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By Kimberly Gearhart
NBVC Public Affairs
Last year, firefighters at Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC)
San Nicolas Island moved into
their newly renovated firehouse;
it was the first time in 15 years
theyd been able to live and work
in the same space.
Thanks to a $3.3 million reno-
vation project, the old crash
station located near the air-
field to respond quickly to air-
craft emergencies is now a
traditional firehouse. Personnel
live, eat, work and sleep in the
same space, just as they would in
a mainland station off base.
The old station didnt have
much of anything,said fire Cap-
tain Bill Densing. We couldnt
live in it, so we stayed in [motel-
Firehouse renovated on San Nicolas Island
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Amelia Herr, 2, isnt sure what to make of the snails on display at Kids Day, held Saturday, April 26, at Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu.
Amelia is the daughter of Michelle and SW1 Shawn Herr of NAVFAC EXWCs Mobile Utilities Support Equipment. Story, photos Pages 16, 17.
EWWW!
Movies on the beach, movies
at the pool, a junior lifeguard
program, Family Beach Day
they can only mean one thing:
Summers almost here.
The summer schedule for Naval
Base Ventura Countys (NBVCs)
Aquatics Program has been an-
nounced, and all kinds of family-
friendly activities are planned
between May 31 and Sept. 7, in-
cluding longer pool hours and
swim lessons.
Heres a rundown of whats
planned:
Longer weekend hours. From
Saturday, May 31, to Sunday,
Sept. 7, the Port Hueneme pool
will be open from noon to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday. The Point
Mugu pool will be open from
noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and 1 to
Dive-in movies, junior lifeguard program on tap for summer
See FIReHOUSe, Page 8
See aqUatIcS, Page 24
First-graders at Laguna Vista
Elementary School near Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point
Mugu get a close-up look at sea
stars, bats and other specimens
as a natural resources manager
from the base gives an Earth Day
presentation. Page 4
WHATS INSIDE
WHATS AHEAD
Bernd Simon, 93, speaks to Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion
5 about his experiences as
a Holocaust survivor. May 22
Lighthouse.
Seabees from NMCB 4 load
simulated casualties onto an HH-
60M U.S. Army medevac helicopter
as part of a field exercise training
at Fort Hunter Liggett. May 22
Lighthouse.

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The spring Retired Activities Office Town Hall at the
Bee Hive Gymon March 29 was a big success! The turn-
out was great, double the attendance of our fall event, and
everyones enthusiasmand engagement was inspiring.
I had the privilege of addressing those in attendance
and provided a brief on current and future missions at
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC). I also took questions
and concerns, which is really the heart of any outreach
event.
You asked about commissaries and rumored closures.
Commissaries are important to our families, although
in todays tight fiscal environment, everything is up for
scrutiny. Weve got one of the best commissaries Ive seen,
and the staff here is responsive and proactive. If you have
suggestions or would like to see special products, let the
commissary manager know!
Some of you asked about the base post offices, both of
which have closed since my arrival here two years ago.
The closures were the decision of the U.S. Postal Service
and not actions I could prevent, although I understand
your concern. Luckily, there are options in town, and there
are still blue drop-off boxes at NBVCPort Hueneme and
Point Mugu. Both boxes have regularly scheduled pick-ups
for your convenience.
I also received a question regarding pricing for Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR) events, specifically the
Rose Bowl Parade trip, which the requestor felt was priced
too high based on deals he found out in town. MWR deals
are often better than anything youll find in town. Some-
times, though, businesses have offers that just cant be beat
maybe theyre taking a loss, maybe they have a sponsor.
While I dont knowall the specifics of this event, MWR
does a great job of supporting our Sailors and families. I
encourage you to shop around and compare prices. If we
can do better, in many cases we will. The NEX has a price
matching policy that some of you may be unaware of. Take
advantage of it and shop at your store! Bottomline, we
are here to serve you! Keep us honest.
Thank you again to everyone who came out for the Re-
tiree Town Hall. Keep an eye out for the next one this fall!
Answers to questions asked at the Town Hallw
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CommunityCalendar
MILITARY SPOUSE
APPRECIATION EVENT:
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Bee
Hive Gym, NBVC Port
Hueneme. Free stylings, makeup;
fashion show. Story, this page. Info:
982-5037.
8
SPRING FLING 5K:
11 a.m. registration,
11:30 run, Bee Hive
Gym, NBVC Port
Hueneme. Free monthly lunchtime
run put on by Morale, Welfare and
Recreation. Info: 805-982-5173 or
805-989-7728.
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May
MOTHERS DAY: Dont
forget to make that
all-important phone call
today.
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TRIATHLONS: Family
Beach, NBVC Point
Mugu. Admirals Cup
sprint triathlon, open
to anyone with base access, starts
at 8 a.m. Armed Forces Triathlon
Championship is at 10 a.m. and
features top triathletes in Navy,
Coast Guard, Army, Marine Corps,
Air Force and Special Operations
Command. Info: 805-982-5173.
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Military spouses can get a well-de-
served pampering Thursday, May 8, as
the Fleet & Family Support Center hosts
a Military Spouse Appreciation event
in the Bee Hive Gym at Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Port Hueneme.
From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., spouses can
get their hair styled and their makeup
done, then get their photo taken in a
photo booth. There will be a fashion
show, refreshments and door prizes.
We know the most important person
is the spouse because that person is the
glue that holds the military family to-
gether, said Laura Hanson, the domes-
tic abuse victim advocate for the base
and one of the organizers of the
event.
Childrens activities will be available,
and tables will be set up where families
can learn about base and community
services.
For more information, call the FFSC
at 805-982-5037.
Spouse appreciation event set for May 8
PHOTO bY ANDREA HOwRY / LIGHTHOUSE
High gusty winds that swept through Southern California last week uprooted this tree next to the barracks at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Point Mugu. The shallow root system of the eucalyptus didnt serve it well in winds that were clocked at 40 mph. The tree was
removed the next day.
GONE WITH THE WIND
By Kimberly Gearhart
NBVC Public Affairs
Sailors and civilians stationed at Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC) San Nico-
las Island (SNI) are enjoying the comforts
of home thanks to an upgraded theater
and brand-new Ships Store in Nictown,
the islands main living area.
After a $2.29 million renovation, Build-
ing 151 at SNI reopened April 9 as the
home to the expanded Ships Store. The
building also houses a 24-hour Morale,
Welfare & Recreation (MWR) Liberty
Center and the movie theater, which
opened April 23 with a showing of Mon-
uments Men. A barbershop will soon
open as well, located between the lounge
and Ships Store.
This location is so much better than
what we had before, said Seaman Cam-
eron Compton, who helps operate the
Ships Store. Its much closer to our living
spaces, and people can walk over.
The new Ships Store space is also 60
percent larger than the previous location.
The added space and dedicated storage
capacity is a blessing for the Sailors run-
ning the store; they used to share with the
bowling alley on the island, and it could
get really cramped.
Its great to have something to call our
Nictown gets upgraded theater, new Ships Store
See NICTOWN, Page 24
LAST DAY OF
CORPORATE GAMES:
Naval Base Ventura
County heads into
the last few days of
competition in first place, just three
points ahead of Amgen. The winner
could be determined by the final
competition, tug-of-war. Info: Robert
Bonner, 982-5317, Robert.bonner@
navy.mil.
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CLUbHOUSE
REOPENS: The Seabee
Golf Course Clubhouse
is set to reopen after
12 weeks of remodeling. Info: 982-
2620.
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Photo by Kimberly Gearhart / NbVC PubliC affairs
As part of a week of Earth Day activities, tenants from all over Naval Base Ventura
County pitched in for a base clean-up event Friday, April 25. Even Capt. Larry Vasquez,
NBVCs commanding officer, right, and Command Master Chief Percy Trent donned
protective gloves and made the rounds, gathering everything from candy wrappers to
an old pizza box in the area surrounding Bldg. 1 and Navy Gateway Inn & Suites along
6th and 7th streets at NBVC Point Mugu. The week also included a metal recycling
event that brought in 12,371 pounds more than 6 tons of recyclable material.
By Angela Mora
NCTC
The Naval Construction Training Center
(NCTC) at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Port Hueneme held its first an-
nual Earth Day celebration Tuesday, April
22, and more than 200 staff and students
attended.
NCTC took some time to commemo-
rate Earth Day by educating our staff and
students on the importance of our indi-
vidual actions to achieve a larger effect,
saidCmdr. Daniel W. Cook, the command-
ing officer at NCTC. Making personal
commitments, planting a xeriscape garden
and learning about environmentally friend-
ly products and initiatives are all great ways
to support our Navys commitment to re-
sponsible environmental stewardship.
As part of the Earth Day activities,
NCTC staff and students made personal
pledges to try to improve the environment
and posted themon a Pledge Tree.They
then had a chance to win one of the en-
vironmentally green prizes, including
Earth Day T-shirts, reusable tote bags,
plants to green their work areas, water
bottles and a Frisbee made from 100 per-
cent recycled materials.
In addition, Navy and Air Force con-
struction mechanic students planted low
water-use vegetationat the commandhead-
quarters building.
NCTC makes Earth Day pledges
Photo by miChelle odette / NCtC
AngelaMora, bottomright, theenvironmental
coordinator for the Naval Construction
Training Center (NCTC), helps Sailors plant
succulents at the NCTC building as part of
an Earth Day celebration Tuesday, April 22.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
Sometimes when technology fails, ev-
eryone wins.
Thats what happened at Laguna Vista
Elementary School near Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Point Mugu when
Martin Ruane arrived for an Earth Day
talk with first-graders.
The natural resources manager for the
Environmental Division at NBVC had a
computerized presentation about the wild
animals that live on base and what the
Navy does to help protect them but no
one could get the computer to work.
So Ruane winged it.
Out came the pelican skull and the hawk
talons and the owl feather and the goose
eggs and 75 first-graders had a field
day guessing what the specimens were and
what role the animals have in the ecosys-
tem.
They also learned how they can help
protect the many species that live on the
base, even by doing something as simple
as putting their garbage into a trash
can.
Ruane showed a photo of a dead bird,
string wrapped around its neck.
Over the Aaaaws, and the Oh, thats
so sad comments, Ruane posed a ques-
tion: So, the next time you have a birth-
day party, are you just going to let your
balloon float away? Because if you do, this
is what can happen.
Reaching into what he called his trea-
sure box, Ruane pulled out the skull of
an elephant seal.
Look at those incisors! he said to the
fascinated students.
The snakeskin drew some Eeeews.
A lot of people dont like snakes, Ru-
ane said. But I think snakes are cool.
They mind their own business. They eat
mice.
He showed a photo of the endangered
least tern, which nests on NBVCs beach-
es.
My job is to make sure their numbers
go up so your children can see them too,
he explained.
At the end of his presentation, he put
all the specimens onto the stage in the
cafeteria so the youngsters could get a
close-up look and even touch themif they
wanted to.
This hands-on portion is the best,said
first-grade teacher Susan Press. These
kids are very enthusiastic. Theyre getting
to see everything.
Ruane, the father of an 8-year-old, said
he was comfortable with his off-the-cuff
presentation.
This is a good age,he said of the first-
graders. Theyre interested in wildlife, and
theyre learning howto respect wildlife and
what they can do to help the environment
the little things they can do to make a
difference. Theyre learning that every-
things important in the scheme of things.
Its definitely a fun age.
Navy shares Earth Day message with students
Photos by aNdrea howry / liGhthouse
Jack Overholtzer, a first-grader at Laguna
Vista Elementary School near Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu, and
student-teacher Lacey Majus look over the
skulls, snakeskins and other specimens
brought to the school by Martin Ruane, a
natural resources manager at the base.
Jack is the son of Lt. Cmdr. Ryan Overholtzer
of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron
(VAW) 116.
Martin Ruane, a natural resources manager
withtheEnvironmental Divisionat Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC), shows a sea star to
first-graders at Laguna Vista Elementary
School near NBVC Point Mugu Thursday,
April 24 as part of an Earth Day outreach.
His co-worker, Valerie Vartanian, gave a
similar presentation at Bard Elementary
School near NBVC Port Hueneme.

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Summertime may mean vacation time
for some families, but for many military
families it also means moving time.
Many families with school-age chil-
dren do their best to plan their PCS
move during the summer to alleviate
some of the stress of transitioning dur-
ing the school year. However, a summer
relocation does not necessarily equate
to a stress-free move.
When considering children and teens,
moves are difficult no matter what time
of year they are made. Before the school
year ends, there are a few things to con-
sider that might make the move a bit
easier.
Most important is honest and open
communication. No one, including a
child, wants to be surprised with a move.
Understandably, exact dates may not be
available. However, most children will
appreciate knowing that a move is in the
near future and that they may not be
returning to their current school in the
fall.
Encourage children to share contact
information with their friends as the
school year winds down. There are so
many opportunities for children to stay
in contact with one another. Depending
on the age of the child, letters, phone
calls, texts or social media can provide
communication that will make your child
feel a sense of comfort communicating
with someone familiar, even when they
are in a new place.
It is also important for parents to let
the school know that a student will not
be returning. If a parent does not no-
tify the school, the school will not know
until the child does not show the first
week of school or when the new school
requests transcripts often once the
school year has begun. Schools plan
classes and student placement based on
the number of children they expect to
return. It is best for all students if the
school knows your child will not be re-
turning.
Parents, do not pack birth certificates,
immunization records or final report
cards. The new school will require these
documents for your child to enroll, and
you may want to enroll your students
before your household goods arrive.
Also, if a student is receiving special
education services, parents should have
copies of the Individualized Education
Plan (IEP) on hand.
Research schools and neighborhoods
before deciding on housing. Every Navy
installation has a school liaison officer
(SLO). Call your local SLO to get the
contact information for the SLO at your
new installation, who can in turn give
you information about school choice in
the area, registration and youth servic-
es.
As comfortable as parents would like
to make their children feel about a move,
sometimes hearing or reading about it
from the perspective of another child
helps. The Department of Defense has
created a website, Military Youth on the
Move, that reaches out to youth with
creative ways to cope with issues that
arise in the face of a move, such as tran-
sitioning to a new school, saying good-
bye to friends and getting involved in a
newcommunity. Each page contains age-
specific advice on a given topic, answers
to common questions, and helpful links
for additional information and guidance.
The site is filled with bright colors, pho-
tographs and quotes from other youth
to make the site friendly and engaging.
To access this great resource, visit
http://apps.mhf.dod.mil/myom.
For any education-related information,
visit http://navylifesw.com/ventura/families/
cyp/slo/. For great articles about education in
the Southwest Region, click on the Academic
Anchor tab for the latest newsletter. The
NBVC school liaison officer can be contacted
at 805-989-5211 or NBVC_SLO@navy.mil for
any K-12 education-related information.
Moving this summer? Heres what and what not to do
School
connection
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Seabee Chapel
Port Hueneme, Bldg. 1433
Phone: (805) 982-4358
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 9 a.m.
Choir rehearsal: Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 11:15 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Womens Bible Studies
Tuesday: 10 a.m., Book of I Samuel.
Wednesday: 9:30 a.m., Esther: Its
Tough Being a Woman. Childcare
provided.
Mens Bible Studies
Thursday: 11:30 a.m., The Gospel of
Luke from the Inside Out. Lunch
provided.
Soup Fellowship Study
Sunday: 5 p.m., Foundations of
Apologetics. Potluck.
Catholic Religious Education
Pre-K through high school
Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Chaplains serving NBVC
Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Han
Command Chaplain
Lt. Lesa Welliver
Staff Chaplain
Father Antony Berchmanz
Catholic Priest
Volunteer opportunities
Casa Pacifica event
First shift 7:45 a.m. to noon, second
shift 11:45 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 29,
30, 31 setup, and June 2 breakdown,
CSU Channel Islands. Info: CM3
Angelica Kapsis, 516-655-8697.
Vacation Bible School
9 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday,
July 14-18, Seabee Chapel. Info: (805)
982-4358.
Ventura County Stand Down
July 25-27. Donations needed for
homeless vets; drop off at chapel.
Info: SW1 Shawn Herr, 419-789-0293.
Worship schedule

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If ESPN did a special on the top 10
plays of the Old Testament, undoubt-
edly Israels miraculous crossing of the
Red Sea would rank No. 1.
Imagine a triune God collaborating in
some form of heavenly ready room to
prepare the largest emancipation of peo-
ple in world history. The discussion would
sound like:
1) Have Moses halt at the edge of the
Red Sea, as the oppressors advance on
their position, thereby sufficiently scaring
the hummus out of Israel;
2) Try not to laugh as Moses explains
that his fire plan consists of a single
staff;
3) Boom! An unexpected turn of events
leads to a game-winning touchdown!
Moses raises his staff waters part and
an angelic choir chimes in the background
as Israel is double timing on dry
ground next to leviathan fossils, walls of
water rippling around them.
4) On the other side, the enemy tries to
pursue, only to get squashed by billions
of PSI of water coming in from both
sides.
5) An eerie quiet echoes as every He-
brew chin touches sand, and then some-
one shouts Mozel Tov! And all of Is-
rael is high-fiving each other and
dancing.
As exciting as this moment must have
been, it would not be long before Israel
tasted failure.
The post-liberated nation needed a new
form of government to complete their
faith journey to the Promised Land. Ac-
quiring such required the discipline to
painstakingly camp 40 days and 40 nights
at the base of Mount Sinai while Moses
received their 613 Laws or Torah, includ-
ing the Ten Commandments.
The next scene certainly makes ESPNs
NOT Top 10. Here Israel fumbled the
ball collectively. Instead of patiently wait-
ing for guidance, they manufactured
idols, broke out in singing, dancing and
indulged in revelry, which connotes
various forms of debauchery (Exodus
32:6). Moses journeyed down the moun-
tain expecting to organize his command,
only to find the most appalling disaster
of unit discipline a commanding officer
could imagine. End result: The Ten Com-
mandments were shattered in anger, and
the faith journey ground to a halt.
Observe the lesson at this juncture in
the faith journey. Liberation does not
reach completion until a new government
is in place. This process resembles Amer-
ican history as well: Shortly after winning
the Revolutionary War, our founders
wrote the Constitution to complete the
formation of our new government.
It is amazing to experience Gods vic-
tories in our life, but thats just the begin-
ning. To truly get the maximum benefit
of a relationship with our Father, one
needs the discipline to learn his word and
allow his teachings to form their govern-
ment in order to reach the Promised
Land.
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Its almost time to saddle up for Va-
cation Bible School.
Sporting a Western theme, this
years event will run 9 a.m. to noon
Monday through Friday, July 14-18,
at the Seabee Chapel, Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Port Hueneme.
Its for youngsters 5 to 12 years old;
older children and adults are invited
to volunteer to help run the pro-
gram.
Registration begins June 1.
Put on yer boots, grab yer hat and
yall get ready for this rip roarin
roundup in the Wild West! said Lt.
Lesa Welliver, staff chaplain.
Child care is being provided to vol-
unteers who have children too young
to attend the event. Anyone interest-
ed in volunteering is asked to call the
Seabee Chapel at 982-4358.
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Friday, June 20.
From 5:30 to 7 p.m., a movie will be
shown at the Port Hueneme Pool. Join
the Religious Ministries Team for an eve-
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Chapel at 805-982-4358.
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to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Info: 982-4409.
The NMCRS Thrift Shop is open
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays and
Wednesdays.
Budget for Baby class: May 13,
10 to 11:30 a.m.
Memorial Day hours: May 23, 9
a.m. to noon; May 26, closed.
Three dozen people and a few of their
four-legged friends volunteered to take
part in a 5Krun and walk Thursday, April
24, to benefit the Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society.
The event was organized by Construc-
tionMechanic 1st Class MatthewRamirez,
president of the First and Second Class
Petty Officers Association at the Naval
Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary
Warfare Command.
I looked at web sites for ideas on what
we could do and brainstormed with the
association, and we decided this event
would bring the most attention to the so-
ciety and what it does,Ramirez said. We
pointed out to people that if they had
some spare change, the society could use
it.
The run raised more than $400 for the
organization.
5K run, walk brings in $400 for Relief Society
Photos by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Walking in support of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society are, from
left, Eleni Murphy, Zoe Rose and Elizabeth Billiot, along with Roses
dogs, Chloe, with Rose, and Callie, with Billiot.
Runners and walkers take off on a 5K to benefit the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Thursday, April 24.

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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
When a Navy jet coming in for a landing
at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Point Mugu has an engine go out, Fed Fire
rolls.
When two cars collide in the early-morn-
ing hours on the Pacific Coast Highway
near Mugu Rock, or when a grease fire
flares up in a Port Hueneme home, its Fed
Fire that responds.
When theres a shipboard emergency on
a Navy vessel visiting the Port of Huen-
eme, Fed Fire goes out.
And when a roaring brush fire threatens
a barn containing 130 different kinds of
agricultural chemicals, its Fed Fire that
figures out what to do.
Theres a reason Fire Chief John T. Ad-
kins Jr. was named the supervisory Civil-
ian of the Year for Navy Region Southwest
for 2013. Last year, in the middle of bud-
get cuts and sequestration, he coordinated
the efforts of 78 full-time Federal Fire
personnel on all of the above scenarios
plus more than 1,800 other calls for
emergency service, including 49 fires, one
of which threatened millions of dollars of
electronic equipment on Laguna Peak and
forced a partial evacuation of Point Mugu
base housing.
In between all that came fire inspections,
fire drills, training seminars and public
safety presentations.
This is a very unique base, says Ad-
kins, pointing out that his team is respon-
sible for a deep-water port, two airports,
an island and environmentally sensitive
wetlands.
In the past year, Adkins first responders
have taken on a new role: Theyre being
trained to enter crime scenes and provide
life-saving tourniquets and compresses to
victims of mass shootings even when
the perpetrator hasnt been apprehended.
As a result, theyre learning how to work
in bulletproof vests and Kevlar helmets.
All the while, Adkins and his team are
figuring out how they can do their jobs
more safely and more efficiently and
save money at the same time.
The last couple of years have been
tough financially for Fire, Adkins said.
We cant leave firefighter positions vacant
we have to pay overtime. And that
makes us very expensive.
That hasnt stopped him from finding
newways to keep his crewsafe: his 19 per-
sonnel on San Nicolas Island (SNI) and
59 others including training, prevention
and administrative staff at NBVCPort
Hueneme and NBVC Point Mugu.
Chief Adkins is genuinely concerned
for the safety and well-being of his em-
ployees and the personnel that live and
work on the installation, Capt. Larry
Vasquez, commanding officer of NBVC,
wrote in nominating Adkins for the Civil-
ian of the Year Award. He is constantly
looking for newmethods and technologies
that would increase the departments ca-
pabilities or enhance the service provid-
ed.
For $125,000, Adkins bought 150 air
cylinders that allow firefighters to stay in
smoke-filled areas for 45 minutes instead
of 30.
This not only increased the depart-
ments firefighting capabilities, it signifi-
cantly increased the overall safety of all
Fire Department personnel, Vasquez
wrote.
Adkins also obtained two sets of bat-
tery-operated rescue tools that help extri-
cate victims of car wrecks.
This tool does not require the use of
heavy pumps or bulky hoses to be attached
prior to use,Vasquez explained. It allows
firefighters to immediately begin the ex-
trication process, decreasing rescue time
by as much as 10 minutes. When minutes
can make the difference between life and
death, this tool is invaluable.
Adkins thinks of his team as part of an
overall firefighting force in Ventura Coun-
ty.
Oxnard City, Ventura City, Ventura
County we train together all the time,
Adkins said. We know what assets each
of us can bring to the emergency.
That training paid off when the Springs
Fire broke out at 6:30 a.m. May 2, 2013,
near the Conejo Grade, just off Highway
101 near Thousand Oaks. With hot weath-
er and gusting winds identical to the
weather experienced this past week it
didnt take long for the flames to spread
across the Santa Monica Mountains and
threaten NBVC Point Mugu.
Thats the kind of stuff we train for,
Adkins said.
Fire chief of unique base named Civilian of the Year
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
John T. Adkins Jr., the fire chief for Federal Fire at Naval Base Ventura County, has been
named Civilian of the Year (Supervisory) for Navy Region Southwest.
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type] housing.
Densing noted that in 32 years of be-
ing a firefighter, hed always lived and
worked in the station. The change was
hard to get used to.
Now its great, added fire Captain
Mark Scantlin. I love it out here; the
camaraderie is just great. When you
spend a week at a time out here with
people, you really get to know them.
The new station includes a state-of-
the-art kitchen, sleeping and recreation
spaces and modern facilities. It can ac-
commodate men and women firefighters
now that it has separate restroom and
shower facilities. Over $125,000 in new
equipment rounds out the stations up-
grades.
One of the biggest challenges for fire-
fighters, who are stationed on the island
for six days at a time, is how to fill the
time, Densing said. Being available 24
hours a day, seven days a week, is a
critical piece of the job, but being on a
remote island like SNI can add special
challenges, particularly when it comes
to staying busy between calls.
You have to figure out how its going
to work for you, Densing added.
Scantlin and a small group, including
Crystal Rhoden, the first female fire-
fighter permanently assigned to the is-
land, are training for a running compe-
tition. Others work out or take online
classes.
A lot of times well sit around and
think it would be so great if we had this
other thing. But really, the base, MWR
[Morale, Welfare and Recreation] espe-
cially, is always working to make it bet-
ter, Densing said, noting recent im-
provements at the SNI theater and Ships
Store. How can you not like it?
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nbVC PubLiC AffAirs
Battalion Chief Tim Bond pours himself a
cup of coffee in the renovated firehouse on
San Nicolas Island.
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NBVCcontributed two full-size engines,
its brand newbrush truck and the hazard-
ous materials unit to the fight. Five ad-
ditional Fed Fire trucks from San Diego
Metro, China Lake, Lemoore and Seal
Beach were also deployed to Point Mugu.
Three Navy H-60 helicopters fromthe San
Diego area joined in, providing 122 suc-
cessful water drops. In the end, 28,000
acres 300 of them base property
burned, but firefighters were able to save
millions of dollars worth of telecommu-
nications equipment on Laguna Peak.
Aerial views later revealed how close
flames had come to neighborhoods, but
no homes or human lives were lost.
On the prevention end of the depart-
ments spectrum, Fed Fire conducted 993
fire inspections last year and 160 fire
evacuation drills, and it provided fire
safety and public education training to
more than 8,000 personnel.
Last year also witnessed the wrap-up of
a project that was near and dear to Adkins
something hes been working on since
he arrived on base six years ago.
When I arrived at NBVCin April 2008,
the conditions that my folks were working
and living in at SNI were appalling, Ad-
kins said. It quickly became my No. 1
priority.
With the idea of a $20 million new fire
station not going anywhere, Adkins put
his efforts into getting nearly $4 million
for a special project: a renovation of the
existing station on the island.
That allowed us to upgrade the existing
facility to current standards and signifi-
cantly increase the quality of life for the
firefighters assigned to that station, Ad-
kins said.
Vasquez noted that Adkins efforts al-
lowed the firefighters to work, eat and
sleep in the fire station for the first time
in 15 years.
Adkins, 52, became a firefighter 34 years
ago. He grew up in an Air Force family
and graduated fromhigh school in Hawaii,
then traveled to California to visit fami-
ly.
My cousin and I decided to enlist in
the Air Force,Adkins recalls. Firefight-
ing was an option, so I took it.
He started basic training in October of
1979 and that was it.
I loved it, he said.
Hes proud of his crews significant
saves. Last year, five members of NBVC
Fire were awarded the CNICLife Saving
Award for their quick actions. They per-
formed CPRon someone whose heart had
stopped and were able to bring the man
back to life.
That was the first time Id personally
seen that work,Adkins said. Many times
it doesnt.
There have also been experiences that
he doesnt like to talk about, like the one
outside an air base in Germany when a
drunk driver slammed into car carrying a
family of five, killing them all.
That was the most horrific thing Id
ever seen, he says, still choking up at the
memory. To wipe out a whole family
thats something Ill never forget.
These days, as a fire chief, Adkins spends
more of his time behind a desk, answering
data calls to justify manpower, funding,
vehicle replacements and developing pol-
icy.
Its not near as fun as driving fire
trucks, blasting air horns and going into
smoke-filled rooms, he admits.
About 65 percent of his departments
responses are to medical emergencies
and ambulances werent even part of Fed
Fires fleet until 2005.
Thats been a big change, he said.
But some things havent changed, like
the fact that firefighters spend half their
lives together in the firehouse.
This is a unique environment,he said.
Its not your standard eight-hour job. Its
not uncommon for my folks to work 72,
96 or up to 144 hours straight. They can
get on each others nerves. It takes a unique
individual to endure this living environ-
ment.
His love of his profession has rubbed
off. One of his sons is also a Federal fire-
fighter; another is a supervisor on a natu-
ral gas rig in Texas.
Asked if he could choose any other pro-
fession, Adkins doesnt hesitate for long.
Arace-car driver,he says. Of course,
I kind of get to do that with this job.
Adkins lists challenges firefighters face at NBVC
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Students fromthe Architecture,
Construction & Engineering
(ACE) Charter High Schools
robotics teamrecently toured the
Pacific Target & Marine Opera-
tions Divisions (PTMO) aerial
targets facility at Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Point
Mugu.
The April 22 tour was a reward
for the teams hard work and
dedication; the teamcame in 29th
out of 54 teams fromacross Cal-
ifornia in the Sacramento Re-
gional Tournaments First Robot-
ics Competition and won the
coveted Spirit Award.
The tour was led by Navy en-
gineers Brandon Wahl, Michael
Raider and Emily Jones and by
Lee Cobb, UAVquality assurance
representative for SA-TECH, Inc.
and a member of the ACEParent
Association.
The main focus of the tour was
to introduce the students to the
AQM-37, BQM-34, BQM-74 and
GQM-163 aerial target platforms
that are actively flown and main-
tained at Naval Air Warfare Cen-
ter Weapons Division (NAWC-
WD) Point Mugu, along with the
various current and future capa-
bilities of each target.
The tour ended at the Target
Systems Divisions lab facility,
where the teamwas given the op-
portunity to sit at the controls
and fly a simulated mission with
a virtual BQM-74 aerial target.
Overall, this trip helped to
showthe students that hard work
and dedication both in class
and on the robotics team will
help prepare these ACE students
for the next generation of engi-
neering designs and tasks that
may one day help keep our coun-
try safe, and theres no better
motivation than that, ACE
Charter High School Principal
Joe Clausi said.
He accompanied the students
on the tour, as did the robotics
team adviser, LaQuisha Robin-
son.
Schools robotics team tours aerial targets facility on base
Students at the ACE Charter High School in Camarillo learn about the
AQM-37C aerial target drone during their recent tour.
Photos by ChuCk hebrard / NaWCWd
Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division engineer Michael Raider
discusses the GQM-163A aerial target drone with students from the
Architecture, Construction and Engineering (ACE) Charter High School in
Camarillo. The students were rewarded with a tour of the Pacific Target
& Marine Operations Divisions aerial targets facility at Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu after they took part in a robotics
competition in Sacramento.
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Fathers and daughters shared some ten-
der moments Saturday, April 26, as the
Family Readiness Group (FRG) for Car-
rier Airborne Early Warning Squadron
(VAW) 116 hosted a Daddy-Daughter
Dance for the E-2 squadrons at Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu.
Girls wearing frilly dresses and dads in
suits and ties twirled to the music in the
cavernous E-2 hangar in Hawkeye Coun-
try. About 50 people attended.
I dont always get the opportunity to
have a date with my daughter, said Lt.
Cmdr. John Qualters of VAW-117, who
came with his 4-year-old, Kate. This is
going to be great.
Organizer Megan Ramey, president of
the FRG, said that between trainings and
deployments, military parents dont get
much time with their children.
We wanted to do something just for
them, she said.
Among those enjoying the moment were
her daughter, Jilliana, 4, as she danced
with her daddy, Aviation Structural Me-
chanic 2nd Class Kevin Ramey.
Its pretty cool, said Dad.
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rock the hangar
AM2 Kevin Ramey of Carrier Airborne Early
Warning Squadron (VAW) 116 sees nothing
but joy on the face of his daughter, Jilliana,
4, during a Daddy-Daughter Dance Saturday,
April 26.
Photos by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
Lt. Cmdr. Ryan Overholtzer of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 116 dances
with his 10-year-old daughter, Kyla, during the Daddy-Daughter Dance.
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Lana Harris, 17 months, gets a kick out of the bubble table at Kids Day. We came for her, said
Lanas mom, Annete. Its her day. Lanas dad is CM2 Chris Harris of Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 5.
A demonstration by students taking taekwondo classes at Naval Base Ventura County was among
the Kids Day activities.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
A few determined snails, a military working dog
and thanks to professional face painters tigers
and dragons took center stage at the annual Kids
Day event held Saturday, April 26, outside the
Child and Youth Programs (CYP) complex at Na-
val Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu.
A tae kwon do demonstration and a flash-mob
dance put on by the Teen Center were also big hits,
as was the Military Kids Run and Obstacle Course,
which drew 132 participants.
Organizers put the days attendance at 350.
The day was fantastic! said Brett Lane, CYPs
youth director. The purpose of the event is to
celebrate our military children, and I feel we
achieved just that.
For four hours on a windy day, hundreds of
children had their run of the CYP parking lot,
where they could climb into a fire truck and am-
bulance, decorate a paper visor, make and then
devour a fresh-fruit kebob and try their hand at a
ring toss.
Lincoln Military Housing brought in some pro-
fessional face painters who morphed youngsters
into wild animals, butterflies, Spiderman, Wolver-
ine and other characters.
At a CYP table, children were enthralled with
some strong-willed snails that crept across a table-
cloth and any obstacles in their way. Some kids
used a magnifying glass to get an even closer-up
view.
The Teen Center sold hot dogs, nachos and
other refreshments, with proceeds going to help
with relief efforts in the Philippines.
About halfway through the event, Officer Keith
Robishaw and Master at Arms 2nd Class Brandon
Bey led a military working dog demonstration with
Jake, one of the most highly trained dogs at
NBVC.
Wearing a padded arm protector, Bey played the
bad guy fleeing the scene. Robishaw ordered Jake
to give chase.
Hes trained to hold on and not rebite, Rob-
ishaw explained as Jake did just that, even becom-
ing airborne as Bey tried to flail his arm free from
Jakes grasp. The 80-pound dog held on tight; Bey
wasnt going anywhere.
Once Robishaw ordered Jake to release, Bey
dropped the arm protector. The dog picked it up
and strutted in front of the audience, clearly proud
of the trophy hanging out of his mouth.
We call this his victory lap, Robishaw said.
Next up were the students taking taekwondo
classes on base, followed by the flash-mob dance.
This is a great opportunity to get out of the
house; theyre always on video games, said Infor-
mation Systems Technician 2nd Class Tony Bassner,
who brought his sons, 5-year-old Jason and 6-year-
old Ashton.
Jacob Munyon, CYP installation director for
NBVC, said Kids Day is one of his favorite
events.
Kids Day is one of my favorite days of the year
because we (CYP) have the opportunity to put the
focus on our military kids while giving them and
their families something fun to do, he said.
Hundreds attend Kids Day event
Isabella Baranski, 7, watches to see where a wayward snail
will end up at Kids Day. Isabella is the daughter of Rachel
and AO2 Joseph Baranski of Navy Munitions Command,
Detachment Point Mugu.
DJ Jackson, the son of HM3 Denise Towles of Naval
Branch Health Clinic, shows off his Spiderman face at
Kids Day. Lincoln Military Housing brought in professional
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MA2 Brandon Bey, playing the role of an escaping suspect, is apprehended by Jake, one of the
most experienced military working dogs at Naval Base Ventura County. The military working dog
demonstration was part of Kids Day, held Saturday, April 26.
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Brayden Custer, 15 months, the son of Marilyn and CM3 Matthew Custer of Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 3, explores a fire truck at Kids Day.
IT2 Tony Bassner of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 117 encourages his boys, Jason,
5, aka Wolverine, and Ashton, 6, during a ring toss game at Kids Day.
UT1 Paul Kuntz, whos taking classes at the Naval Construction Training Center, decorates a visor
with his daughter, Daniela, 5, during Kids Day.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse
A few determined snails, a military working dog
and thanks to professional face painters tigers
and dragons took center stage at the annual Kids
Day event held Saturday, April 26, outside the
Child and Youth Programs (CYP) complex at Na-
val Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu.
A tae kwon do demonstration and a flash-mob
dance put on by the Teen Center were also big hits,
as was the Military Kids Run and Obstacle Course,
which drew 132 participants.
Organizers put the days attendance at 350.
The day was fantastic! said Brett Lane, CYPs
youth director. The purpose of the event is to
celebrate our military children, and I feel we
achieved just that.
For four hours on a windy day, hundreds of
children had their run of the CYP parking lot,
where they could climb into a fire truck and am-
bulance, decorate a paper visor, make and then
devour a fresh-fruit kebob and try their hand at a
ring toss.
Lincoln Military Housing brought in some pro-
fessional face painters who morphed youngsters
into wild animals, butterflies, Spiderman, Wolver-
ine and other characters.
At a CYP table, children were enthralled with
some strong-willed snails that crept across a table-
cloth and any obstacles in their way. Some kids
used a magnifying glass to get an even closer-up
view.
The Teen Center sold hot dogs, nachos and
other refreshments, with proceeds going to help
with relief efforts in the Philippines.
About halfway through the event, Officer Keith
Robishaw and Master at Arms 2nd Class Brandon
Bey led a military working dog demonstration with
Jake, one of the most highly trained dogs at
NBVC.
Wearing a padded arm protector, Bey played the
bad guy fleeing the scene. Robishaw ordered Jake
to give chase.
Hes trained to hold on and not rebite, Rob-
ishaw explained as Jake did just that, even becom-
ing airborne as Bey tried to flail his arm free from
Jakes grasp. The 80-pound dog held on tight; Bey
wasnt going anywhere.
Once Robishaw ordered Jake to release, Bey
dropped the arm protector. The dog picked it up
and strutted in front of the audience, clearly proud
of the trophy hanging out of his mouth.
We call this his victory lap, Robishaw said.
Next up were the students taking taekwondo
classes on base, followed by the flash-mob dance.
This is a great opportunity to get out of the
house; theyre always on video games, said Infor-
mation Systems Technician 2nd Class Tony Bassner,
who brought his sons, 5-year-old Jason and 6-year-
old Ashton.
Jacob Munyon, CYP installation director for
NBVC, said Kids Day is one of his favorite
events.
Kids Day is one of my favorite days of the year
because we (CYP) have the opportunity to put the
focus on our military kids while giving them and
their families something fun to do, he said.
Hundreds attend Kids Day event
Isabella Baranski, 7, watches to see where a wayward snail
will end up at Kids Day. Isabella is the daughter of Rachel
and AO2 Joseph Baranski of Navy Munitions Command,
Detachment Point Mugu.
DJ Jackson, the son of HM3 Denise Towles of Naval
Branch Health Clinic, shows off his Spiderman face at
Kids Day. Lincoln Military Housing brought in professional
face painters for the event.
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Dozens of volunteers
from Naval Base Ventura
County tookpart ina recent
disaster preparedness exer-
cise that simulated the re-
sponse required if a 9.2
earthquake were to hit Ven-
tura County.
The key part of the three-
day exercise came Friday,
May 2, when more than
1,000 personnel from 20
agencies gathered near the
CamarilloAirport torescue,
triage, treat, transport and
track more than 500 volun-
teer victims.
They also had to set up
emergency communications
systems, purify and distrib-
ute drinkable water, feed
and house emergency per-
sonnel andmanage the dead
and grieving.
The California Air Na-
tional Guard used a C-130
military medical transport
plane to take some of the
victimselsewheresome-
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ina real quake if all the local
hospitals were full.
Religious Ministries col-
lected names of more than
two dozen volunteers, but
many more from the base
registereddirectly withevent
coordinators or with their
own commands. EXWC
alone had 15 volunteers at
the event.
I thought this would be
a goodopportunity tocome
out and get a good educa-
tion myself,said Construc-
tion Mechanic 2nd Class
Ryan Nolan of EXWC.
The exercise, formally
called Operation Medical
Base 2014, was organizedby
the Ventura County Emer-
gency Medical Services
Agency and its Emergency
Preparedness Office.
Navy volunteers help at disaster drill
Until Friday, June 6, the drinking water
supply entering Naval Base Ventura Coun-
ty (NBVC) is being temporarily disin-
fected with chlorine instead of the normal
chloramines disinfectant.
NBVCs Public Works Department
(PWD) performs this operation annually
or semi-annually as needed to keep the
growth of nitrites in the water system at
a safe level.
The PWD water systems operators are
flushing the distribution system to pro-
mote the changeover to chlorine. The
flushing is being done via the base fire
hydrants. The water systems operators are
making every effort to minimize the im-
pact of flushing to all of the tenants and
residents at NBVC.
It is unlikely that water users will notice
any change in the appearance or smell of
their tap water; however, if any changes
are noticed, base personnel should do the
following:
If a stronger than normal chlorine
odor exists after an extended absence, al-
low the water to run for a few minutes to
reduce the odor.
Should you notice a discoloration at
a sink or water fountain, merely allow the
water to flow for a few minutes to flush
the line until clear water appears. Base
residents should also check the water in
their washing machine before putting
clothes in for washing. If the water is dis-
colored, set the machine to the spin cycle
to drain the water. Asecond filling should
result in clear water. If not, repeat the
draining and filling steps as necessary.
The switchback to chloramines will be
announced when the temporary operation
is completed.
For more information, contact PWD
Water Systems Operation Supervisor Steve
Latting at 805-207-4055.
It is important to note that your drink-
ing water will continue to be safe, of high
quality, and will meet all federal and state
water quality standards.
Base drinking water being disinfected
Photo by AndreA howry / Lighthouse
A crew from Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (MUSE),
part of the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary
Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC), volunteers at a disater
preparedness exercise in Camarillo Friday, May 2. From left
are CE2 Luke Timmerman, CM2 Joe Gugala, SW1 James
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
Reaching for the stars seems a stretch
for military spouses. All the moving
around can equate to never maintaining
meaningful employment.
Each working day, the Fleet & Family
Support Center (FFSC) is greeted with
cries for help from military spouses seek-
ing work. Most are frustrated and dis-
heartened as they face both a tough job
market and non-military-related competi-
tion who, it seems, have a leg up.
One thing is certain: Employers are hir-
ing the Spring Career Fair held on base
April 2 was proof of that but theyre
hiring only folks with outstanding resumes
who give strong interviews that exude con-
fidence and impeccable communication
skills.
The Family Employment Readiness
Program(FERP) provides information on
employment, education and volunteer op-
portunities, a great way to get your foot
in the door. FERP assists participants in
planning careers that are compatible with
the mobile military lifestyle. We assist
spouses by offering both guidance
throughout a job search and enrichment
classes to hone skills. At FFSC, spouses
can receive tips on resume building, inter-
viewing techniques and how to establish
a (in)credible online presence via an online
worldwide professional network. Classes
in Excel and PowerPoint are also offered
and the best part is that its all free.
A common myth is that FERP places
people in jobs. Thats about half true.
While we do our best to match employers
with applicants, the main focus is on help-
ing you sell yourself with a powerful,
knock-em-dead resume and spot-on an-
swers to commonly asked interview ques-
tions.
FFSC does post available jobs on the
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
FFSC website at nbvcffscjobresources.
wordpress.com. We can also refer you to
military-friendly temp agencies that un-
derstand your situation, want to help and
will sell you.
Finally, did you know that theres mon-
ey available for you to go back to school?
Military OneSource is a one-stop shop
where you will find information on the
Military Spouse Career Advancement Ac-
counts Program. In a nutshell, if youre
eligible, theyll provide you with up to
$4,000 to go back to school. You may not
be able to reach the stars, but we can at
least give you a ladder.
You can find more information at www.
militaryonesource.mil/seco. Click on the
MyCAA link, or call Military OneSource
to speak to a Spouse Education & Career
Opportunities (SECO) counselor at 800-
342-9647.
Irene Tirella is a work and family life
consultant with the Fleet & Family Support
Center at Naval Base Ventura County.
Help is available for military spouses who want a career
Getting
hired
with Irene
Tirella
FFSC
Toll-free appointment scheduling ser-
vice: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Confidential clinical
counseling, relocation assistance, resume
assistance, financial consultations, deploy-
ment support, newparent support, career
services and many other support services
are available at the Fleet and Family Sup-
port Center. NBVC Point Mugu, Bldg.
225 next to the chapel, 989-8146; NBVC
Port Hueneme, Bldg. 1169 behind NEX,
982-5037.
All classes at Port Hueneme unless oth-
erwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more in-
formation. Child care option available
with prior registration.
Career Support and Retention
Transition Assistance Program
Mondays-Fridays, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
daily. XGPS for retirees E7 and above is
June 2-6; GPS is June 9-13 and June 16-20.
Register via Command Career Counsel-
or.
Capstone Workshop/Individual Tran-
sition Plan Review: For those who have
completed Transition GPS to ensure Ca-
reer Readiness Standards have been met.
Wed., May 21, 9 a.m. to noon; Tues., May
27, noon to 3 p.m. No walk-ins. Register
with command career counselor.
Boots to Business Entrepreneur Op-
tional Track: A two-day optional track
for those who have completed Transition
GPS and are interested in starting a busi-
ness. Monday and Tuesday, May 19 and
20; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
VARep Office: Assistance with claims
and medical records at the FFSC office;
walk-ins welcome. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tues-
days. Information: 424-901-9006.
VA Paperwork Assistance: Hands on
assistance in filing, reopening or appealing
your VA claim. Active duty, veterans,
widows, walk-ins welcome! Call for sched-
ule at 805-982-5037.
Are you LinkedIn?: Create a LinkedIn
account and learn how to use LinkedIn
to network and find employment. Tues.,
May 13, 10 to 11:30 a.m.; FFSC, Point
Mugu.
Federal Employment & Resume:
Learn about federal resumes, relevant
websites and the application process for
federal jobs. Wed., May 14, 11 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Power Point Tips &Tricks: Learn how
to create basic presentations using Micro-
soft Office PowerPoint 2007. Thurs., May
15, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Writing the Perfect Resume & Cover
Letter: Learn cutting-edge resume and
cover letter techniques to successfully
present your skills. Tues., May 20, 2 to 4
p.m.; Wed., May 21, 2 to 4 p.m.
Interview Skills: Prepare for your job
interview, learn about the interview pro-
cess, conduct a mock interviewand more.
Thurs., May 22, 9 to 11 a.m.
Excel Intermediate: Learn advanced
shortcuts, formulas, charts, referencing
and more using Microsoft Office Excel
2007. Wed., May 28, 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Excel Basics: Learn how to use Mi-
crosoft Office Excel 2007 software for
both personal and professional use. Wed.,
June 4, 2 to 4:30 p.m., FFSC Point
Mugu.
Disaster Preparedness
Disaster Preparedness: Be informed,
have a plan, and make a kit! Information
and activities to help you prepare for di-
sasters. Thurs., May 22, noon to 1 p.m.
Surviving the First 72 Hours: Informa-
tion on sheltering in place after a disaster.
Thurs., May 29, noon to 1 p.m. FFSC,
Point Mugu.
Relocation Assistance
General information: 982-3726.
Sponsor Training: Ensure that desig-
nated command personnel have the neces-
sary training to fulfill their role as com-
mand sponsors. Thurs., May 22, 9 to 10
a.m., FFSC Point Mugu.
Stressless PCS: Make your PCS move
easy, simple, smooth. Learn about your
entitlements fromthe experts. Wed., June
25, 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Life Skills
General information: 982-3102.
Goal Setting: Learn how to identify,
prioritize and achieve long- and short-
term goals through planning and organi-
zational strategies. Tues., May 20, 1 to 2
p.m.
Stress Management 101: Learn to
tackle stress and build your stress stamina.
Develop the skills and tools to more ef-
fectively manage your response to stress-
ors. Wed., May 21, 9 to 10 a.m.
Deployment
Individual Augmentee (IA) Family
Connection: Whether this is your first or
21st experience in IAs, join other family
members and meet with spouses of de-
ployed service members. Share your
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The Fleet & Family
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knowledge of how to thrive during this
experience. Mon., June 2, noon to 1 p.m.,
FFSC Point Mugu.
Parenting
Teen Parenting, Howto Survive Your
Teen: 2-part Monday series. Do you like
feel like the more you try the less effective
you are? Come learn how to deal with
your teens abusive or obnoxious behav-
iors. June 2 and 9, 3 to 5 p.m.
Co-Parenting for Divorced or Sepa-
rated Parents: 5-part Tuesday series. Par-
enting techniques for divorced or sepa-
rated parents. June 3 through July 1, 4 to
5:30 p.m. Must attend first session.
Financial Management
One-on-one financial counseling avail-
able. Topics include money management,
home buying, car buying, retirement plan-
ning and financial planning for deploy-
ment. Call 989-8844 for appointment.
Home Buying Seminar: Learn how to
determine your price range, select a real
estate agent and choose the best financing
plan. Wed., May 14, 5:30 to 8 p.m. FFSC,
Point Mugu.
How to Improve Your Credit Score:
Wed, May 21, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
FFSC Point Mugu.
New Parent Support
In-home visitations available for chil-
dren ages 0-36 months. Please call 805-
982-5037 for more details.
Mamas Circle: Free baby-friendly sup-
port group for new others and mothers-
to-be. Mamas Circle will help you better
navigate this complex, exciting and emo-
tionally charged part of your life. Wednes-
days, 11:30 to 1 p.m., FFSC Port Huen-
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Exceptional Family Member
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EFM Overview: Serves military fam-
ilies with special needs, including medical
dental, mental health, developmentally or
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ensures families are assigned to areas
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EFMP POC: Assists each command
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who support a loved one with special
needs. Mon., June 10, 10 a.m. to noon,
FFSC Point Mugu.
Free Food Distribution
Saturdays, May 24, June 21, 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Foodis distributedat Bldg. 19, near the
Pleasant Valley Gate onNBVCPort Huen-
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By Alyce Moncourtois
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An estimated crowd of more than 200
private industry professionals gathered at
the Wednesday, April 23, Industry Forum
at the Embassy Suites in Oxnard to hear
from high-ranking civilian and military
personnel from Naval Surface Warfare
Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC
PHD) about doing business with the
Navy.
We extended an open invitation to any
company interested in partnering with
NSWCPHDto provide products and ser-
vices to the U.S. Navys surface fleet,said
Timothy Troske, the naval commands tech-
nical director. We have a need to partner
with industry for those capabilities we can-
not provide in-house or may be limited to
provide due to budget constraints.
The daylong event offered presentations,
briefings andquestion-and-answer sessions
aimed at companies that are already per-
forming work for the naval command, as
well as those that want to find out how to
get started.
The presentations were led by senior ci-
vilian leadership, including representation
fromthe Small Business Office, Contract-
ing Office and all seven command depart-
ments and offices. Attendees were provid-
edinsight intothe commands current work
efforts and a look at what the future holds
for engineering, logistics, administrative,
management and industrial require-
ments.
We wanted to host this event, said
Capt. Burt Espe, commander of NSWC
PHD, to provide a clear description of
what our command does for the surface
fleet, explain what requirements we see
coming downthe pike, andoffer small busi-
ness and contracting information in the
hopes of building relationships with indus-
try that enhance the strength and mission
of the warfighter.
NSWC Port Hueneme Division is lo-
cated at Naval Base Ventura County. It is
the Navys premier in-service engineering
and logistics center and has been in exis-
tence for more than 50 years. It provides
test and evaluation, in-service engineering
and integrated logistics support for weap-
onandcombat systems installedinthe U.S.
Navy fleet, U.S. Coast Guard fleet and
many foreign navy fleets.
Local firms learn how to do business with the U.S. Navy
Photo by Alyce Moncourtois / nsWc PhD
Capt. Burt Espe, commander, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division
(NSWC PHD), provides opening remarks at the April 23 Industry Forum.
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By Lt. j.g. Thomas Stock
NMCB 4
The Seabee Tech Trainer on board Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC) Port Hue-
neme allows for both newand experienced
Seabees to gain knowledge and sharpen
their skills in a learning environment close
to home.
This spring, Seabees fromNaval Mobile
Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4 Air
Detachment have been working on Mod-
ule 9.2, wood structure framing. The proj-
ect focuses primarily on the skill sets of
builders, utilitiesmen and construction
electricians, although Seabees of other
rates are able to hone their overall con-
struction skills as well through cross rate
training.
The Seabee Tech Trainer is a great op-
portunity for junior Sailors to learn the
skills necessary to be successful in the
field, said Construction Electrician 1st
Class Michael Fenstermaker, the project
supervisor.
The primary advantage of the Tech
Trainer is that it allows inexperienced Sea-
bees the opportunity and time to learn, on
a physical project, without the added pres-
sure of a project deadline. It also gives
junior troops the opportunity to brief the
project to anyone who is interested.
We have a rotating schedule for the ju-
nior troops to brief, said Fenstermaker.
Its important to set them up for success
so when they become project supervisors,
they arent briefing for the first time.
The project allows for eight Seabees to
work at any one time and will include heat-
ing ventilation and air conditioning
(HVAC), electrical and water systems when
complete.
The construction, managerial and lead-
ership skills the Seabees learn will pay
tremendous dividends in their career. The
skills learned here in the more forgiving
environment of homeport will be applied
directly to their upcoming deployment
later this year.
NMCB 4 uses Tech Trainer to learn wood structure framing
By Lt. j.g. David Wardlow
NMCB 4
In preparation for its upcoming deploy-
ment to Pacific Command, Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4 sent a 19-
member water well drilling team to Fort
Hunter Liggett in order to develop the skills
necessary to carry out the construction of a
premier humanitarian and civic assistance
project: a working water well.
Over the course of a month, the team re-
ceived training on the components of a water
well and water well development. The first
two weeks consisted of classroominstruction
at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Port
Hueneme before the team traveled north to
Fort Hunter Liggett to drill a well.
For most of the Seabees on the team, drill-
ing the well at Fort Hunter Liggett was their
first opportunity to gain hands-on experience
in drilling and rigging. Tower Leader, Equip-
ment Operator 1st Class Ruben Ramirez, said
the training evolution was a great learning
experience and that the Fort Hunter Liggett
practicum provided necessary, hands-on,
real-world experience.
While sustaining 24-hour operations, the
teamdrilled 600 feet belowthe Earths surface
using an International Standards Organiza-
tion-Transportable Well Drill (ITWD) and
attachable drill bit. A specially calibrated
mud cycling through the ITWD and into the
ground enabled the team to drill through
tough sediment without clogging or damag-
ing the bit.
Ninety-percent of drilling is troubleshoot-
ing,said Chief Equipment Operator Michael
Hamlin, the assistant officer in charge of the
team. Once the ITWDis staged and operat-
ing, the main goal becomes making sure that
there are no down-hole problems.
At the conclusion of the exercise, the well
was efficiently established, pumping 45 gal-
lons of water per minute.
19-member water well team digs in
SWCN Luis Robles of Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 4 pushes solid particles away
from a drilling hole during a water well drilling
field training exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett.
CECNGinger Knappof Naval MobileConstruction
Battalion (NMCB) 4 records findings from
sediment samples taken during a water well
drilling field training exercise at Fort Hunter
Liggett.
Photos by MC1 Charles Panter / nMCb 4
Members of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4s water well team attach
drill-steel to an International Standards Organization-Transportable Well Drill during
a water well drilling field training exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett.
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Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Con-
struction Battalion (NMCB) 4 recently
completed their airfield damage repair
(ADR) exercise on board Naval Base Ven-
tura County (NBVC) Port Hueneme in
order to become certified for deploy-
ment.
ADRhas been a vital skill of the Seabees
since their founding in World War II. In
the event of hostilities involving the Unit-
ed States, Navy airfields are critical assets
for maritime patrol operations, tactical fleet
resupply and combat support mission air-
craft operations. Damage to airfield pave-
ments fromsophisticated enemy munitions
threatens air operations. Therefore, it is es-
sential for the Naval Construction Force
to have ADR capabilities so the airfields
launch and recovery capability can be re-
stored.
ADRis one of the key capabilities that
people associate with Seabees,said Ensign
Brian Douglas, the ADR Team officer in
charge. Its essential that we get this train-
ing and are able to accomplish our ADR
mission. In the case of a war, well be re-
quired to repair airfields, and we need to
be able to make that happen.
In order to become proficient, NMCB4
assigned one junior officer, one chief petty
officer and 47 enlisted Sailors to the ADR
teamtotake part inbothclassroominstruc-
tion as well as the final exercise. The ADR
team was sent to two separate classes to
develop the skills required of them. For the
majority of these Sailors, this class was
their first experience with airfield repair.
The level one class consistedof educating
junior enlisted Sailors in the construction,
operation and procedures for the damage
assessment, foreign object damage, and
crater repair team.
The level two class consisted of educat-
ing the more senior service members with
the knowledge and skills necessary to per-
form as a staff member within the battal-
ions ADR organization.
The final exercise was graded by Naval
Construction Group (NCG) 1. The team
was split into three separate crews for the
exercise, damage assessment and minimum
operating stripcrew, crater crewandforeign
object damage crew.
March 26, after six hours of physically
and mentally challenging labor, the ADR
teamcompleted its work and ensured that
the runway was able to meet the opera-
tional requirements of a C-130. In doing
so, the team received a fully passing score
from NCG 1.
The exercise was a good time, everyone
worked hard and we were able to get some
great training in for the junior troops,said
Construction Mechanic 2nd Class Levi
Sanchez.
Completing the exercise brings NMCB
4 one certification closer to full mission
readiness.
Seabees learn how to repair airfields
Photo by MC1 Charles Panter / nMCb 4
EO3 Marbien Tangonan of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 4 uses a Caterpillar
120M grader to level the ground during an airfield damage repair (ADR) exercise.
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5 p.m. Sunday.
Longer weekday hours. Beginning
Monday, June 16, the Port Hueneme
pool will be open from 6 to 8 a.m. and
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day. The Point Mugu pool will be open
from 6 to 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Monday through Friday.
Summer swim lessons: There are four
sessions, each consisting of eight class-
es that are held Monday through Thurs-
day. Session 1 is June 16-26. Session 2
is July 7-17. Session 3 is July 21-31. Ses-
sion 4 is Aug. 4-14. Beginners classes are
30 minutes; intermediate classes are 50
minutes. Military and their family mem-
bers pay $40 per session for beginners
and $50 for intermediate; civilians pay
$55 for beginners and $65 for intermedi-
ate. Six participants are needed for a
session to be held. Lessons will be taught
from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Port Hueneme
and Point Mugu pools. Theyll also be
taught from 2 to 4 p.m. at Port Hueneme
only.
Beach movie nights: Free movies will
be shown at dusk at Family Beach at
NBVC Point Mugu June 27, July 18 and
Aug. 1. There will be a campfire, and
snacks will be sold; marshmallows will
be provided while supplies last.
Family dive-in: Movies will be shown
at 5:30 p.m. at the Port Hueneme pool
June 27, July 18 and Aug. 1. For $5, each
person will get entrance to the pool, a
hot dog, chips and a juice box.
Junior lifeguards: A four-week ses-
sion runs from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. July
7 through Aug. 1 at Family Beach at
NBVC Point Mugu. Cost is $150 for
military members and their families and
$170 for civilians. The program is de-
signed to develop confidence, mental
and physical fitness and a respect for
one another and the coastal environ-
ment.
Family Beach Day: Outdoor activi-
ties and games are planned from 11 a.
m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 23 at Family Beach,
NBVC Point Mugu.
For information on any of these ac-
tivities or to sign up for classes, call the
Port Hueneme pool at 805-982-4752 or
the Point Mugu pool at 805-989-7788.
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own, Compton said.
The opening of the barbershop will put
an additional duty on the ships service-
men; theyll being doing barber duty as
well.
Its part of the job, and with practice,
its easy,said Ships Serviceman 3rd Class
Nigiel Quattlebaum.
Across the hall from the new Ships
Store is the Liberty Center, which is back
in full operation after the renovation. Four
computers, two televisions, a pool table
and a wi-fi hotspot make it a popular place
for after-work relaxation, said Chief Ships
Serviceman Corey Lathan, senior enlisted
adviser for SNI.
The theater renovation modernized the
space and equipment; the theater can now
show the latest digital format releases.
Although small by theater standards it
seats just 130 its more than capable of
handling patrons on the island, which has
an average weekday population of ap-
proximately 160.
Projects like this are great for Sailor
morale, said NBVCs Command Master
Chief Percy Trent, who toured the island
the day of the theaters inaugural movie
screening. Its important that people sta-
tioned here at SNI have access to the same
type of opportunities as they would have
in any other facilities.
Its definitely a remote location, La-
than added, so providing opportunities
to get together, outside of their rooms,
helps keep them entertained while theyre
here away from their families.
For the civilians living on SNI, whether
it be the Public Works staff keeping the
utilities running or firefighters manning
the station, having entertainment options
available helps make SNI a good place to
work.
Its a unique location. I love it here,
Firefighter Jon Foster, who has worked at
SNI for 25 years, said while shopping at
the Ships Store with Rick Kuykendall, a
high-voltage electrician whos been at SNI
for 14 years. Both agreed that recent im-
provements to MWR options have made
staying out at SNI an easy choice to
make.
Ill never leave, Kuykendall said, set-
tling on some crackers. This is my
home.
nictown improvements called great for Sailor morale
Firefighter Jon Foster and Rick Kuykendall, a high-voltage electrician with Public Works,
satisfy a midday snack craving at the newly renovated Ships Store at Naval Base Ventura
County (NBVC) San Nicolas Island. The renovation moved the Ships Store closer to the
living and entertainment spaces on the island and created a dedicated space for the
service, which previously shared space with the SNI bowling alley.
Photos by Kimberly Gearhart / NbVC PubliC affairs
The movie theater at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) San Nicolas Island got a major
facelift as part of a $2.29 million project that also included a new Ships Store location on
the island. The new theater is capable of showing the latest digital films and seats 130.
The inaugural film, Monuments Men, played Wednesday, April 23.
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N E E D H A M T H E A T E R S T A T I O N T H E A T E R
NBVC POI NT MUGU
Friday, May 9
7pm: 3 Days to Kill PG13
Saturday, May 10
2pm: Vampire Academy PG13
4pm: Winters Tale PG13
7pm: That Awkward Moment R
Sunday, May 11
2pm: The LEGO Movie PG
4pm: Labor Day PG13
Friday, May 16
7pm: The Monuments Men PG13
Saturday, May 17
2pm: The LEGO Movie PG
4pm: Vampire Academy PG13
7pm: 3 Days to Kill R
Sunday, May 18
2pm: Endless Love PG13
4pm: Robocop PG13
All base movies are FREE. Authorized patrons include active duty and dependents, reservists, retirees, and DoD civilians.
Listings are subject to change without notice. For up-to-date movie listings, please call the MWR Movie Line at (805) 982-5002.
May 8 - May 18, 2014
Thursday, May 8
7pm: Divergent PG13
Friday, May 9
7pm: Captain America: The Winter Soldier PG13
9pm: Sabotage R
Saturday, May 10
2pm: Mr. Peabody and Sherman PG
5pm: Divergent PG13
8pm: Noah PG13
Sunday, May 11
2pm: Mr. Peabody and Sherman PG
5pm: Divergent PG13
Thursday, May 15
7pm: Noah PG13
Friday, May 16
7pm: Draft Day PG13
9pm: Sabotage R
Saturday, May 17
2pm: Captain America: The Winter Soldier PG13
5pm: Noah PG13
8pm: Sabotage R
Sunday, May 18
2pm: Noah PG13
5pm: Captain America: The Winter Soldier PG13
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side Dresser
(Dimensions:
26 x 17 1/2 x 25)
-Tall Dresser
(Dimensions:
19 1/2 x 38 x 54)-
Entertainment
Center/Dresser
(Dimensions:
19 1/2 x 64 1/2 x 37
ALL FOR $900.00
High-Shine
Office Desk
INTERESTING
SHAPE, LIKE NEW!!
FITS EVERYTHING
YOU NEED FOR YOUR
BUSINESS!
SIZE: 19 x 59 x 41
- (note the shape
of the desk)
Height: 29 1/2$200.00
Rocking Chair
EXCELLENT
CONDITION! REALLY
STURDY, GREAT
CARVING OF THE
WOOD! Dimensions:
24 1/2 x 46x 30
Dining Room
Set
EXPANDABLE table,
When NOT EXPANDED,
dimensions are: 47x61
When expanded,
the length is approx.
80Wonderfully
made post/foundation
of the table!Very sturdy,
in a form of a large OVAL,
again, with the expanded
middle parts...!With
it:Four nice chairs, two
with arm rests and two
without armrests.The set
is well-kept, never
stored, it was a center of
many happy family
moments, now it is waiting
for YOU!
(see the pictures)
Call or text Nela
(805) 630 - 2949
VCS347618
MATTRESS
WAREHOUSE
**************
Liquidation
Sale!
**************
Open 3 days a week
All month long!
Open Friday from
2-7 and Sat. and
Sun. 11-4
**************
Twin Sets Starting at $99,
Full Pillowtop Sets
Starting at $139, Queen
Pillowtop Sets Starting at
$149, King Pillowtop Sets
Starting at $259! Queen
Memory Foam Sets
starting at $319, King
Memory Foam Sets at
$399 Delivery/Financing
Available! Located
off 101 and Central Ave.
Behind Quality Inn
hotel at 330 Wood Rd Suite
K, (on backside of
building), Camarillo 93010.
**************
805-285-3248
VCS347479
MOVING SALE
L-Shaped Home Office
Suite, Desk, side storage
cabinet, bookcase, chair.
Like new Bakers Rack,
Round dining Table,
leaf and chairs.
Curio Cabinet 3 Shelves,
Pennsylvania House
Bedroom Set - Solid
Cherrywood, Chippendale
Style. Lazy Boy Loveseat
Recliner.
Lamps and Accessories.
Great Prices!!
805-419-5761 VCS347593
New king sz oak storage bed
complete w/6 drawers,
$500, computer hutch desk
$75 360-477-2076 VCS347908
OAK DINING ROOM TABLE
42x66 2 18 leaves, 6 chairs
805-492-7898 VCS346936
PATIO FURNITURE
7 piece. Re-covered Chairs
& umbrella $1,750
818-991-5023 VCS347438
Patio furn, kitchenware,
cruise boxes, much misc.
8 drawer Birch dresser
with mirror. 805-482-4497
VCS347146
Roll top desk, 7 drawers ,
5 cubby holes $100, twin
bed beautyrest classic cost
$700 used 1wk $200. no
checks, 100 or 50 $ bills.
Ox. 805-488-6262 VCS347958
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classieds
Lighthouse
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Highest quality workmanship
& materials. 35 years exp.
Call now for free estimate +
a great job at a great price!
805-527-2631
Lic#341411 VCS347934
35 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
All Interior and Exterior
Repairs!
Doors, termite damage,
wood siding, patio covers,
wood decks, fences, garage
shelving, painting.
Small Jobs and
Seniors Welcome.
Call John 805-320-4931
Lic#757278 VCS347259
CARPET REPAIR,
CLEANING &
REINSTALLATION
Stretching Patches
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Carpet Rescue
805-483-0899
(Lic #787080) VCS347508
On-Site Computer Repair
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Repairs, Service, Virus
and Spyware removal,
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etc. 15 yrs exp.
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805-443-0900 VCS346719
AG&R Masonry
& Concrete
Block WallsBBQStamped
Concrete Brick & Stone
Retaining WallsDriveways
& Patios Small Jobs OK.
Free Estimates.
Tony 805-231-5574
Lic#908763 VCS347178
AHUMADA
CONCRETE
Construction, Driveways
Patios, Walkways,
blockwalls, pool repairs,
vinyl fence & gates. All
concrete & masonry work
Lic #754081
(805)487-1613 VCS347047
Escobar Concrete
Reasonable rates,
No job too small.
patios, block/retaining
walls, brick, stucco, pavers
tile, driveways stamp,
foundations, sea walls.
Robert 805-890-2198
Lic #819035 VCS347284
THE
DOORMAN
Door Installations & Repairs,
New Windows, Moldings,
Stairs Cabinets, Handyman
Serv. 34 yrs exp. Camarillo
805-890-9493
VCS347156
TIMS CUSTOM
DOORS
Over 200 Styles
French Swing Sliders, All
Brands, Locks. Hardware,
Moldings. Wholesale Prices.
25 Years Experience!
(805) 527-5808
Lic #724376 VCS347164
ALL-PHASE
DRYWALL
No Job Too Small
All Your Drywall Needs!
40+ Years Experience
Competitive Rates
805-701-3108 Lic #955634
VCS347162
AROUND TOWN
ELECTRIC
BEST VALUE!
Since 1981
Experienced Contractor
Greg & Steve Mendonca
Specializing in Residential
Jobs & Repairs at
Reasonable Rates.
No Job Too Small
805-988-0636
Lic #407590 VCS347214
Conejo Valley
Electric
Lighting Specialist
Recessed & Landscape
Anything Electrical!
Family Owned
* FREE Estimates *
SERVICE CALL $50
Cool off whole house, Attic &
Gable Fan Specialists.
Supply a ceiling fan & we
will install it for you. $149
We install ALL
Wall Mount, Flat Screen
TVs, Speakers & Network
Systems.
Will Beat Anyones Price!
805-497-7711
818-259-4055
www.conejoelectric.com
Lic#922260 VCS346809
SYV FENCING
All types of wood fencing,
gates and repairs.
Ken 805-944-8047
Free Estimates!
Lic. & Bonded Lic. 864603
syvfencing@hotmail.com
VCS347357
HARRIS
HARDWOOD
FLOORING
38 Year Veteran
Master Craftsmanship
Sales and Installation
Refinishing and Repairs
805-654-0969
Greg Lic 643309 VCS347312
Alonsos Gardening Service
Yard Maintenance
Planter Work Hauling
Sod Clean-up & more
Trim small trees
Free Estimates!
RUBEN ALONSO
805-901-1292
L#0762471 VCS345594
VCS347526
PERMAGREEN
Intensive Lawn Care
Complete landscape.
Mow & Edge
Specials!
Sprinkler/Lawn install.
Tree Removal & Pruning
or Planting. Demo & Haul.
Stamped Concrete,Driveway
FREE ESTIMATES!
805-630-9252
Lic# 842019 VCS346430
CHUCK STOUT
HANDYMAN
All Trades:
Plumbing, Tile, Electric,
Drywall, Painting, Windows,
Framing & Carpentry.
30 + years in Conejo Valley
FREE Estimates
805-499-2860
Lic# 771801 VCS346808
EXPERIENCED
AUSTRALIAN
HANDYMAN
Carpentry, Plumbing,
Electrical, Construction
& Remodeling.
Automotive & odd jobs.
805-216-4919
VCS347207
lights plumbing
doors carpentry
locks cabinets
painting
Tim Voorhees 527-5808
LIC #724376 VCS347163
N.L.
Construction
Quality Upgrades
Affordable Fixes
Sparkling new; Kitchens
BathroomsWalls & Floors.
5 rating visit us on Yelp
805-377-3049
Free Est. Bonded Insured
Lic. #982532 VCS347469
PARAMOUNT
Heating,Plumbing,Electrical
Painting, Drywall, Stucco,
Carpentry, Windows, Doors,
Landscaping & Hauling.
FREE Est & Sr. Discounts
No Job Too Small!
Richard 805-815-8745
Lic#086358 VCS347233
CJ HAULING
* Real Estate Clean Up
* Jacuzzi Removal
* Yard & Garage Clean Up
* Fence Removal
* Concrete, Demolition
Debris & More
FREE Estimate Anytime!
805-252-3836
VCS346583
Eddies
Hauling &
Gardening Svc
Garage & Yard Cleanups,
Dirt & Concrete Removal,
Tree Trimming Removal
Spa Removal
Stump Removal
* Senior Discounts
FREE Estimates!
805-758-8920
VCS346850
TITOS
HAULING,
FENCES &
LANDSCAPING
TREE REMOVAL
GREAT PRICES!
Any Demolition
Garage/Yard
Clean Ups
Concrete Work
Wood Fences
Jacuzzi Removal
New Lawn
Sprinklers
SENIOR DISCOUNTS
Cell (805)890-3239
VCS346757
HOUSE CLEANING
AND/OR
ORGANIZING
By detail oriented
European lady.
Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Call for a free quote
805-628-3724 VCS347966
HOUSECLEANING over 20
years exp. Excellent, fast
efficient & thorough work
at modest prices, and...
I DO WINDOWS
and gutters. I also love
to help the elderly as needed.
Have xlnt references.
805-201-8585 VCS347231
SPRING CLEANING
...FOR EVERYONE...
Weekly Bi-weekly 1 Time
20 Years Exp + Refs.
Move out Move In Reg
805-525-8343
805-330-5039 VCS347440
QUALITY
LANDSCAPING
SINCE 1972
We Can Help You
Conserve Water
Tree Trimming
Landscaping
Concrete
Sprinkler Systems
Fast & Reliable!
State Licensed
Contractor.
Expert work
fully insured.
(805) 485-4098
Lic# 311828
mvlandscape.com
VCS346036 VCS347539
VILLAFANA
LANDSCAPE CONST.
Lanscape Maintenance
New Lawn Irrigation
SystemTree Trimming
Hillside Cleaning Planting
Call for Estimate
State Lic. #991262 & Bonded
805-512-4321 Cell
805-394-0661 Office VCS346927
AAA Pacific Coast
Construction
Kitchen & Bath Remodels
Paint & Drywall Specialist
Interior/Exterior Painting
Acoustic Removal/
Retexture
Reasonable Rates
FREE ESTIMATES
WE DO IT ALL !!
Guaranteed Quality Work
Call Matt 805-443-4608
Lic# 579047 VCS347168
DONE RIGHT
PAINTING
Quality Since 1989
Contractor.....
does his own work.
Lots of Referrals!
All work guaranteed
Residential
Full Preparation
* FREE ESTIMATES *
805-522-1698
Lic/Ins #575354 VCS347358
GRAND ILLUSIONS
PROFESSIONAL
PAINTING
Interior ExteriorCustom
DrywallStuccoWood
RepairProfessional Quality
Work All Work Guaranteed
Neat, Clean & Reliable.
Senior Discounts for Free
Est. call Tim 805-910-5833
lic# 957454 VCS347159
TONYS
PAINTING
Commercial/Residential
Intr/ExtPressure Wash
Stucco RepairGood Prep
Free EstimatesLow cost
805-388-7014
805-816-0645
Insured/Lic777200 VCS347790
EXCELLENZ PAINTING
Attention - Home
Owners, Renters, Realtors
Wallpaper, Acoustic Ceiling
Removal, Bathtub.
Handyman Services Avail.
Bonded and Insured
Pedro 805-223-9384
Lic #877-858 VCS347385
Clogged Drains?
$50 DOLLAR
ROOTER MAN
Any drain or sewer line
unclogged only $50! 24 hr/ 7
805-758-9420
Insurd/lic#B13894 VCS347211
JLG ROOFING
DBA Gils Roofing Co.
New Roof, Re-Roof,
Flat Roof, Woodwork
Owner on every job!
Free Estimates!
All Work Guaranteed!
www.JLGRoofing.com
805-816-9414
Lic #885763
Insured/Workers Comp.
Accepting Visa/MC/Discover
VCS346807
MENDEZ ROOFING
We can take care of all
your roofing needs from:
roof repairs to installation.
We offer 10% discount on
all roof repairs, if this ad
is mentioned. We are
accredited with BBB.
Licensed & Insured.
Call Alfonso 805-207-8873
VCS347182
SCREEN
MACHINE
*** FREE Estimates ***
Mobile -We come to you!
Window Screens
Retractable Doors Special
Sliding Screen Doors
Pet Screen/Pet Grilles
805-530-0333 or 818-744-0184
VCS347276
BOBLETTS
SPRINKLER SVC
* Repairs * Timers
* Trouble Shooting
* System Tune-Up
* Upgrades
805-804-7785
VCS345636 VCS347212
AFFORDABLE TREE
SERVICE
TrimmingRemoval
Stumps Firewood
Free Estimates, Payment
Options Avail. 20 Yrs Exp.
24 Hr Emergency Service
805-532-1710
licd & insured VCS347145
LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
Expert Trimming
Stump Grinding
Free Estimates
JOHN APPEL
ANGEL FERREIRA
(805)649-4759
VCS347707
FIRE
CLEARANCE!!
Property cleared to Fire
Department specifications!
GUARANTEED
TO PASS!
FREE Estimates!
Licd, Bonded & Insured
DAVE
805-584-3930
Lic#817027 VCS347841
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contractors taking jobs that
total $499 or more (labor and
materials) be licensed. State
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New-never used state-of-the-
art ArjoHuntleigh hospital
bed and almost new, mint
condition mattress ($13,000)
and Barton transfer chair
($750) for in-facility or
in-home care. For more
information call Marc at
Tri-Counties Community
Housing Corp. in Oxnard,
805.698.7010. Free delivery in
Ventura, Santa Barbara and
Los Angeles Counties.
VCS347257
POWER & LIFT CHAIRS
Power chair is Jazzy Select 6
very good cond. $600/obo
Lift chair is Pride in
good cond. $400/obo
805-643-8081 or 805-204-1381
VCS347463
ARTIFICIAL TURF
3000 sqft, sorted sizes,
$1.50 sqft, 805-495-9610
VCS347458
CATS CRADLE Thrift Shop
Open Wed. thru Sun 11a-6p
Clothes, jewelry, books/etc.
4160 Market #11, Vta.
805-642-4228 VCS347228
LADIES SHOES
UPSCALE
ALMOST NEW, SOME
BRAND NEW, Feragamo,
Stuart Weitzman, Cole Hann,
size 7. 805-482-2798
VCS347434
MARTIN GUITAR D-35-S
w/case. 40 Years old near
mint cond. $1,600 obo
805-646-1930 Robb
VCS347375
YAMAHA BABY GRAND
DISKLAVIER PLAYER
PIANO
PRICE REDUCED!
Prestine condition. Excellent
sound quality. A wonderful
addition to anyones family
heirloom. Also, included are
the players music discs that
give you the feel of live
concerts (value around $200)
Serious buyers only. $12,500
OBO I CAN TAKE. ALL
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS,
DEBIT CARDS, CASHIERS
CHECK OR CASH. Call
Leanna @ 801-318-8354
VCS346841
ALL
JUNK
CARS
$350
& Up
Delivered
Running or Not
Must be Complete
With Proper Paperwork
Call
Pick The Part, Inc.
(805)
933-5557
936 Mission Rock Road,
Santa Paula, Ca 93060
VCS347362
Call Us 1st
805.754.9839
For The
BEST
DEAL
CASH FOR
YOUR CAR
Well Buy Your
....CAR....
Running or Not
Cant find your:
Pink Slip
Registration
NO PROBLEM
VCS347219
WANTED ALL TYPES
OF FISHING EQUIP.
antique through modern,
saltwater, fresh water,
fly fishing, cash paid.
661-513-4637 VCS347160
JOB OPPORTUNITY:
Salary Range: $39,187 - $49,539
APPLICATION SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
5:00pm MAY 16, 2014
THE PORT IS SEEKING INTERESTED CANDIDATES
TO FILL THE POSITION OF RECEPTIONIST FOR
THE DISTRICT.
For a Detailed Job Description, application and
qualifications, visit The PORTs website at:
www.portofhueneme.org
APPLICATION SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
1) COVER LETTER (Include salary history & salary
requirement)
2) FULLY COMPLETED Oxnard Harbor District
Employment Application Form (on Ports website)
3) RESUME (with employment history and significant
accomplishments)
4) REFERENCES (Submit two (2) Professional and two (2)
Personal references)
HOW TO APPLY: Applications will be accepted via one
(1) of the following two (2) methods;
BY EMAIL (attach all documents in a single combined
PDF format in order as 1-4 above):
HR@portofhueneme.org (Important: Email Subject Line to
read exactly as follows;)
HR-RECEPTIONIST-RECRUITMENT
OR
BY US.POSTAL SERVICE:
THE PORT OF HUENEME
Attn: #345 HR-RECRUITMENT
567 West Channel Islands Blvd.
Port Hueneme, CA 93041
Application deadline is Friday, May 23, 2014 12:00noon.
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leaders who are customer service and people
oriented, friendly and those seeking management
opportunities. Management and leadership
experience required. Must have a valid
drivers license.
**MUST BE 21 OR OVER TO APPLY AND
WILLING TO SUBMIT TO A BACKGROUND
CHECK AND DRUG TEST**
This is a full time position with benefits including:
Medical, Dental, Vacation, 401K and Tuition
Reimbursement.
**In order to be considered for employment,
all applicants MUST apply online at:
www.tsocorp.com
Click on Careers, then Retail Career Opportunities,
and then Retail Store Positions.**
VCS347750
A Private
Foundation Has
Rescued Dogs
For Adoption
Breezy
5 month old
Papillion mix 15lbs.
Sailor
7yr old male
Poodle-x 40lbs
PeeWee
7yr old male
Jack/Chi-x 15lbs
Simba
1.5 yr old male
Labrador Retriever 80lbs
Maribel
5 month old female
Bassett/Beagle-x 32lbs
Cinnamon
9 year old female
Chihuahua-x 12lbs
Gizmo
7 year old male
Corgi-x 17lbs
Merlin
5 yr old male
Poodle-x 25lbs
Boots
6 mo old female
Terrier mix 15lbs
Visit our website
for pics
samsimon
foundation.org
or call
(310)457-5898
VCS347157
BOXER PUPPIES AKC
pure breed males & females
10 wks, tails & declaw
completed $600/obo
805-290-8999 VCS347430
Cats & Kittens Sat & Sun
11-5 @ PetCo/Vta & Cam.
4160 Market & Donlon
805-485-8811 VCS347227
CHIHUAHUA
PUPPIES
Males & Females, Sweet
and friendly disposition.
10 wks old, ready to go to
good homes. $150.00
805-290-8999
VCS346793
Chihuahua Puppies
Males & Females, Sweet
and friendly disposition.
12 wks old, ready to go to
good homes. $100.00
805-290-8999 VCS347428
DACHSHUND MINI PUPS
1st shots 2 Male 1 Female
Ready to go! $750.
SIBERIAN HUSKY
3 Female 2 Males, $750.
Avail 1st wk of June
Call 805-312-5649 VCS347959
DACHSHUNDS AKC $600
661-769-8807 or 661-333-4697
www.aaapuppydogs.com
VCS346803
FOUR PAWS
VETERINARY
CLINIC
Dr. Hector DVM Rivera has
moved and is no longer
practicing veterinary
medicine in Oxnard! Come
visit Dr. Rivera at his
new clinic, Four Paws
Veterinary Clinic, in
Santa Paula! We open from
8:30am-6:00pm
Monday-Friday and from
9:00am-2:00pm on Saturdays
Call to book your
appointment today
805-921-1000. Mention this
add & receive $10.00 off your
visit. Visit our Website for
more information on our
Clinic and Staff:
http://4pawsvet.vetstreet.com
VCS347949
FRENCH BULLDOG
PUPPIES: Male & Female!
Shots, 11wks, great colors,
papers $800 e-mail
lakedwards2@aol.com
805-648-6496 VCS346883
Golden Retriever Puppies
AKC, w/papers, shots
dewormed, beautiful
805-499-1979 661-609-5355
VCS347882
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS - ready 4/20/14,
parents on site, purebred,
first shots. $800-$950.
805-208-0995 VCS347055
HAVANESE Really cute and
fun puppies. Male & Female.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246 VCS347223
LABRADOR AKC WHITE
puppies, great. disposition
family dog, first shots,
wellness guaranteed Simi
Valley 770-334-7273 VCS347356
MINI DACHSHUNDS
Short and long hair, black/
red, dapple, piabald, 12
wks, vaccinated,wormings,
from $450. 805-223-0576
VCS347052
PUG Quality AKC rare gems
Ready Now! These gorgeous
sweet, tiny pug babies are
simply exquisite in
animated fawn or rare black
Shots, 2yr. GarNtee, 20yrs
experience + 45 champs in
pedigree! Trained & Social.
Delivery incl. $1,475+. Call
805-320-4834 for the pug of
your dreams! VCS347045
SHIH TZU PUPPIES
AKC - Gorgeous, small. $550
www.lovelyshihtzu.com
805-415-8661 VCS347165
Volunteers Needed
With Retail Experience.
Cats Cradle Rescue Thrift
Shop. Wed thru Sun 11a-5p
805-642-4228 VCS347540
YORKIE PUPPIES
11 wks old, 2 females,
3 males, $1,000 805-889-5962
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Medical Equipment
& Supplies
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
277
Musical Instruments
297
Wanted To Buy
Pets &Supplies
300-315
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
vcstar.com/
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garagesalemap
everyFridayp.m.
Greatbuys
arecloserthan
youthink.
Jewelry?
vcstar.com/ads
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SELLIT.
FINDIT.
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Supplies/Services
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NOWHIRING - Accountant
$28.64-$38.63/hr
City of Camarillo more info visit
www.cityofcamarillo.org Submit City app.
and supp (reqd) by 5 p.m., 5/30/14,
601 Carmen Drive, Camarillo, CA. 93010.
(805) 383-5618 No fax/postmarks. EEO.
VCS347552
Employment
500-585
540
Help Wanted
Automotive
SERVICE ADVISOR
Immediate opening.
Toyota & ADP exp a plus.
Must have great customer
service skills. Apply online:
toyotaofsantabarbara.com
VCS347864
540
Help Wanted
Computer Programmer
(ORACLE Programmer) Lead:
Develop Supply Chain
software in Java Forms and
Reports for internal usage
and use for various clients
of DEX. Mail Resume to:
DEX SYSTEMS INC
3600 Via Pescador,
Camarillo, CA 93012
VCS346966
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through hundreds of homes for sale
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Find a home.
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Crane Operator & Truck
Drivers servicing oilfields.
NCCO Cert (TSS) & Class
A, 1+ year exp. Competi-
tive wage & benefit pack-
age. Atlas Crane & Rigging
805-861-0263 VCS347863
540
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540
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HELP WANTED!!
DENTAL/PERIODONTAL FRONT
OFFICE/INSURANCE
PROCESSING in WLV/TO.
Front Office ins. exp. or
RDA/DA preferred.
Xlnt benefits, superior
office & wonderful stable staff
for over 20 yrs. Please send
resume by email or fax & call
for interview.
(805)373-6665phone
(805)373-1887fax
dcarlton1@gmail.com
VCS347566
MANAGEMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED NAVAL
AVIATORS. Elite trng.
Global travel. XLNT
salary & benefits. Must
be US citizen & meet
age, educ & reqmts.
CALL 877-746-6289
VCS347923
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Calleguas Municipal Water istrict


has a job vacancy for a
6ootroI 8ystes 8upervisor.
The position requires experience in the
held of instruuentation and controls for
uechanical equipuent and systeus,
installation, uaintenance, repair and
prograuuing of SCAA systeus and
equipuent, and at least hve years'
experience and/or equivalent coubination of
education and training.
Candidates should possess strong leadership
and teau-building skills, a high degree of
initiative, versatility, and innovation and be
able to budget, plan, schedule, coordinate
and supervise.
The position supervises the Control Systeus
ivision which is responsible for the
installation, uaintenance, calibration, testing
and repair of all process control interfaces,
uetering and uonitoring equipuent, and
the SCAA/FCS systeu used in water
treatuent and distribution.
Flease subuit the istrict application and
copy of current Mv driving record by
1.30 p.u. May 30, 2011 to Calleguas Municipal
Water istrict, 2100 0lsen Fd., Thousand
0aks, CA 9130-800. Euailed and faxed
application will not be accepted.
To receive an application, call and leave
your naue, address and phone nuuber at
(805} 519-1153, uail a request to the istrict
using the address shown above or download
an application frou www.caIIeguas.co
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Benefits include highly
competitive salary; excellent
benefit package including full
medical, dental, vision, life and
disability insurance; generous
holiday, vacation and sick leave.
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Or to apply send your resume to
Careers@CIinicas.org or
fax to 805-659-3217
540
Help Wanted
BUS DRIVERS
Full-time & Part-time Bus
Drivers. On the job training.
Salary range DOE -
$12.50-$18.00. Commercial
drivers lic. (Class A or B),
w/Passenger & Air Brake
Endorsement required.
$2,000 Signing Bonus for
FT SPAB Drivers.
Apply Online at:
Careers@SilveradoStages.com
or In Person at:
Silverado Stages
241 Prado Rd.
San Luis Obispo
805.545.8400
VCS347693
JESSUP TRANSPORTATION
Hiring Class A, OTR Drivers
with 2+ yrs exp, for
interstate and California line
work. Good equipment, full
benefits, year-a-round work.
Contact Ken Fry at
800-732-3341
VCS347509

anexpert
about automaintenance
or tires.
540
Help Wanted
Air Quality
Specialist I/II/III
$4,416 - $6,655/Month
SBC Air Pollution Control
District is seeking applicants
for entry, experienced or
advanced-level Air Quality
Specialist. For complete
announcement & application
materials go to
www.sbcapcd.org/apcd/
emp.htm
FFD: 5/23/14 EEO
Drug Free Workplace
VCS347422
BUSINESS DEVT
SPECIALIST (Simi Valley,
CA) Masters in Healthcare
or Marketing, or the eqvt.
Mail resume to Divine Care
Home Health Svc, Inc.
Attn: Arnold Bunye 1985
Yosemite Ave Suite 250,
Simi Valley, CA 93063.
VCS346799
Online Classifeds. Buy or Sell.
vcstar.com/ads
EARLY CHILDHOOD
EDUCATION ADVISOR
$23.61 - $29.45/hr
P/T, pos EC Prog Dept
w/Vta Co Ofc of Ed,
12 mo work yr; BA in
related field, exp work
w/adult learners Appl/job
desc HR, 5189 Verdugo
Way,Cam (805)383-1913 or
apply at www.edjoin.org.
EOE. DEADLINE:
Open Until Filled
VCS347714
540
Help Wanted
vcstar.com/
garagesales
Online
garagesalemap
everyFridayp.m.
Greatbuys
arecloserthan
youthink.
Engineers:
Skyworks Solutions, Inc.,
Newbury Park, CA seeks
Electrical Principal Engi-
neers: Design, develop,
modify, & evaluate elec-
tronic parts, components,
or integrated circuitry for
electronic equipment & oth-
er hardware systems. Re-
sumes: Leslie Catton,
Skyworks, 5221 California
Ave., Irvine, CA 92617.
Must Ref: LAT1213SK/
LAT0114HTJ.
VCS347919
540
Help Wanted
LOCKSMITH
Housing & Residential
Services
Performs journey level
lock smithing tasks for
approximately 8,000-10,000
Residents and related repairs/
installations for 8 residence
halls, 4 dining commons, 1327
apartments, administrative
offices and various owned
other University properties.
Reqs: Eight years experience
working at a journeyman level
as a locksmith in commercial
and residential environments.
Experience with Best
Inter-changeable core system
and Schlage institutional lock
hardware and cylinders.
Experience installing and
servicing door hardware
including exit devices (Von
Duprin) and door closers
(LCN). Experience w/electronic
key control systems (Morse
Watchman KeyWatcher).
Ability to work in an ethnically
diverse and culturally
pluralistic team environment.
Understanding of safety
practices and Environmental
Health and Safety policies and
procedures. Notes: Fingerprint-
ing required. Maintain a valid
CA drivers license, a clean
DMV record and enrollment in
the DMV Employee Pull-Notice
Program. Hours and days may
vary to meet the operational
needs of the department.
Weekend pager duty and
occasional overtime required.
Multiple positions available.
These are limited positions
working up to 1,000 hours.
$29.31/hr. The University of
California is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. All qualified
applicants will receive
consideration for employment
without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, or
any other characteristic
protected by law including
protected veterans and
individuals with disabilities.
Apply online at:
https://jobs.ucsb.edu
Job #20140174
VCS347538
Find new& used cars.
vcswheels.com
Principal Physical Design
Engineer sought by Alta-
Sens for its Westlake Vil-
lage, CA loc. BS in Elec
Engrg, Cmptng Sci, Phys
Sci, Math or rltd + 5 yrs
exp in phys dsgn, or MS in
Elec Engrg, Cmptng Sci,
Phys Sci, Math or rltd + 3
yrs exp in phys dsgn. Reqs
solid know of Magma Talus
dsgn tool, TCL scrptng &
Verilog RTL dsgn tools;
Verilog RTL dsgn exp; exp
in intgrtng 3rd party IPs; &
exp w/ digtl smln, synthesis
& timing sign-off tools.
Reqs perm US wrk auth.
Aply @ www.jobposting
today.com ref #1866.
VCS347598
540
Help Wanted
Healthcare
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Exp MA needed for busy
ortho practice. Must be
organized,knowledgeable
in Work Comp, able to
multi-task and reliable.
Some travel. Fax
818-909-3930 or Email
kfelice@scoi.com
VCS347520
540
Help Wanted
Human Resources
City of Simi Valley
SENIOR HUMAN
RESOURCES ANALYST
$6,156 - $7,905/mo,
plus XLNT benefits.
Requires: Equiv to a
Bachelors in HR, public
admin, or related; and
4 yrs HR mgmt exp,
w/2 yrs supervisory exp.
The first 100 apps will
be accepted in the HR
Division until 5p.m.
5/21/14. To apply:
Contact HR at:
www.simivalley.org
(805)583-6743 or at
2929 Tapo Canyon Rd,
Simi Valley, CA EOE.
VCS347797
Access
stories and features
about new housing
communities.
Visit VCSHOMES.com
Occupational Therapist
sought by C Street Health
Assoc. LLC for their Glen-
wood Care Center facility in
Oxnard, CA. Will supervise
and plan rehab programs.
Send resumes:
cpodesta@ensigngroup.net
VCS347916
540
Help Wanted
Corporate
Webmaster
We are looking for an
expd Visual Computing
expert to design & main-
tain our website & inter-
nal applications. A
proven track record of
success & innovation is
required. Minimum Re-
quirements: B.A. or
equivalent in Visual Com-
puting,1 yr exp designing
& maintaining websites &
internal applications, in-
structing others in use of
website & internal appli-
cations. Familiarity w/
current development soft-
ware & operating system
software. Mastery of Ja-
va, C++, PHP, OpenCV,
perform required tasks
w/ min supervision, will-
ing to relocate to Ventura
County, CA area, fluent
in the English language,
fluency in either Armeni-
an or Russian language
preferred but not reqd.
Send resume to
armeneloyan@gmail.com
Salary DOE
VCS347392
Browse
a directory of regional new housing
communities. Visit VCSHOMES.com
540
Help Wanted
Information Systems
Senior Manager, Infor-
mation Systems sought
by Amgen. Reqs: MS
plus 3 years exp or BS
plus 5 years exp & exp
working in a global
enviroment; business
intelligence technologies;
Oracle database; SQL;
managing IS staff;
prototyping approaches
to software development;
& ITIL processes
framework & outsource
resource support
models. Job Site:
Thousand Oaks, CA.
Send resume referencing
# 8RSQKR to: Global
Mobility, Amgen, Inc.,
One Amgen Center
Drive, Mailstop B36-2-C,
Thousand Oaks, CA
91320. No phone calls
or e-mails please. Must
be legally authorized to
work in the U.S. w/o
sponsorship. EOE.
VCS346860
Maintenance Trade Helper
GPC A Joint Venture a
Navy Contractor in Port
Hueneme is now
accepting resumes for a
Maintenance Trade
Helper. Min 2 yr exp. in
basic skills necessary
for assisting mechanical
trades & surface
preparation of various
equipment & vessels
with painting/mechanical
background. Salary:
$13.96/hr.
Send resume & cover ltr:
H.R. GPC A Joint
Venture, PO Box 368,
Port Hueneme, CA 93044
EOE/M/F/D/V
VCS347522
Regulatory Affairs
Amgen seeks Regulatory
Affairs Manager. Reqs:
MS + 2 yrs exp & exp
w/Knwldg of regulations
& guidelines pertaining
to CMC [Chemistry,
Manufacturing and
Controls] dvlpt of
pharmaceuticals on a
global basis; Knwldg of
drug dvlpt process &
s c i e nt i f i c /t e c hni c a l
aspects of CMC dvlpt of
bi ophar maceut i cal s;
Ability to interpret
pharmaceutical guide-
lines & regulations;
Expertise in specialized
SW systms used for the
preparation & submis-
sion of regulatory
dossiers & for regulatory
c o mp l i a nc e / c ha ng e
control such as Liquent
Insight, TrackWise, &
Documentum. Job Site:
Thousand Oaks, CA.
Send resume referencing
#92Q399 to: Global
Mobility, Amgen, Inc.,
One Amgen Center
Drive, Mailstop B36-2-C,
Thousand Oaks, CA
91320. No phone calls
or e-mails please. Must
be legally authorized to
work in the U.S. w/o
sponsorship. EOE.
VCS347687
540
Help Wanted
NETWORK & SYSTEMS
MANAGER
$67,265 - $78,690/annually
Lead, manage & represent the
Systems Team of the
Information Technology
Services Department; Fringe
benefits included. Apply by
5/12/14. Santa Paula Unified
School Dist.
www.santapaulaunified.org
(805) 933-8810 E.O.E.
VCS347612
Search
through hundreds
of homes for sale
using local MLS.
Visit VCSHOMES.com
540
Help Wanted
SALES
Guaranteed hourly + 6 - 22%
comm earned daily + 401K +
medical + bonuses. No Exp
needed. Training provided.
Must be energetic & possess
strong voice. Industrial tool
company 20 yrs in business w/
over 14,000 customers
nationwide & growing.
Matt 805-644-7758
540
Help Wanted
TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
SPECIALIST
$23.61 - $29.45/hr
P/T, pos EC Prog Dept
w/Vta Co Ofc of Ed,
11 mo work yr; BA in
ECE or related field, 3yrs
teaching exp in EC field
Appl/job desc HR,
5189 Verdugo Way, Cam
(805)383-1913 or apply at:
www.edjoin.org. EOE
DEADLINE: Open Until
Filled VCS347715
540
Help Wanted
GPC A Joint Venture
a Navy Contractor in Port
Hueneme is now
accepting resumes for a
Warehouse Specialist.
H/S or Equiv. Five years
experience in warehouse
methods, procedures and
techniques including one
year supervisory
experience. Salary
$14.54 hourly.
Send resume & cover ltr:
Attn: H.R. GPC A Joint
Venture, PO Box 368,
Port Hueneme, CA 93044
EOE/M/F/D/V
VCS347571
Find
acreage and land,
beach and vacation
property,
condos and
townhouses for sale,
houses for sale,
lots for sale,
open houses,
rentals,
real estate loans,
real estate services.
Look inVCSHOMES
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600-683
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
Crossroads Investments
300 Esplanade Dr Ste 580
Oxnard, CA 93036
805-485-4040
VENTURA CONDO
3+2 upstairs, balcony, gar,
coin-op, comm pool, wtr &
trash pd, located near
shops & Govt. Ctr. $1,500
NORTH OXNARD APT.
1+1 upstairs, carport,
coin-op, wtr & trash pd,
located near schools and
shops $925
crossroads-investments.net
VCS347254
FILLMORE Adult 55+ 1br,
a/c, all utils pd, except elec.
From $795. HUD/Pet OK.
805-524-4124 or 805-642-9527
VCS347206
Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $925
1+1 $1,075
2+1 $1,275
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool & spa
tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS346851
OXNARD
SENIORS 55+
AVAIL NOW
Large 2bdroom
1bath $1200/mo
Elevators, gated, garage
prkg, fun social activities.
Free Credit Report.
Ask How!
55+, Section 8 ok, no pets
805-986-8411
VCS347117
OXN Del Ciervo
Apartments
1 & 2 bedrooms on
availability. BBQ area,
laundry room, pool and
jacuzzi. Close to shopping.
No Pets 1905 No. H St
(805)981-4341 VCS347158
THOUSAND OAKS
BRAND NEW 2+2,10 UNITS.
90 Oakview Dr.
$2,250/mo. Conveniently
located, small-pet friendly.
All appliances included, with
washer & dryer in each unit.
www.OakviewDrive.com
or call Tiffany 818-903-2230
VCS347493
T.O.- GRANADA GARDENS
APRIL SPECIAL
1/2 off first full months rent.
2+2, $1,545-$1,595/mo+dep
Sorry No Pets. Avail Now!
Good Credit Required.
805-492-2113 VCS347765
T.O. SPRING SPECIAL
@ MOUNT CLEF APTS
2 BD $1,600/mo
1 BD $1,400/mo
www.mountclef.com
805-492-2022
VCS347166
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VENTURA
2 bedrooms
3 bedroom twnhm
Washer Dryer,
PET FRIENDLY!
Ask me about move
in specials!
675 Providence Ave
866-964-9019
OPEN DAILY
VCS347112
VTA 2 Bedroom Apts
$1,500-$1,600/mo utils incld.
Walk to Downtown Ventura.
805-653-0809 VCS347838
VTA, close to schools/shppg,
renovations on going, new
kitch/bath/carpet, 2+2, good
for disabled & Srs. $1,450.
No smoking!
805-658-7453 VCS347169
VTA E. 10939 Del Norte St
2+1.5, 2 levels, $1395/mo.,
Clean & quiet complex.
Cat ok. N/S.
Call 805-680-3518 VCS347310
VTA
Harbor View Villas
Luxury Apt. Homes
Fabulous Ocean Views
FREE Cable!
333 N. Kalorama St.
805-648-1760
www.gardnercompany.com
Harborview apts/gardner
management VCS346945
VTA
HUGE 1 BR
Includes Garage
$1,275 - $1,325/mo
Pinehurst 805-647-4648
VCS347113
Furniture?
vcstar.com/ads
800-221-STAR(7827)
BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
CONDO/APTS
VTA 1+1 east end down-
stairs unit. On-site laun-
dry, small patio, water
and trash paid. Cat OK.
$895
Del Norte
VTA 1+1 east end guest
house, close to shopping,
easy freeway access. All
utilities as well as cable
paid. Small private yard.
Small pet OK. $1100
Katherine
VTA Very unique 1+1
close to the beach and
park. Downstairs, 1 car
garage, water and trash
paid. $1225
San Pedro
OXN 2 story Studio with
attached 1.5 car garage.
Inside laundry area. Close
to school and shopping.
$1100
Strickland
VTA West end Storage
garage. Tenant must
provide own lock $50
Olive
**additional
rent/deposit required
All properties are
no pets no smoke,
one year lease
unless otherwise
specified
VCHFR.COM
805-650-2500
VCS347143 VCS347143
SV. EAST 3+2.5 outstanding
Fwy, schools, shopping. 2 car
garage. $2,200/month/1yr no
pets/smoking 805.377.3100
VCS347954
Ventura & Oxnard
YOUR CHOICE,
Vta. Luxury upgraded 2+2
nr government center &
college, gourmet kitchen,
fridge, dishwasher, break
fast bar, formal living &
dining, classic skylight,
private garage, indoor
pool, spa, jacuzzi, night
lighted tennis, clubhouse,
balcony, many utilities
paid, pets ?, $1200
Oxnard all luxury 3+2.5,
dbl gar w/opener, washer
& dryer hook-ups, formal
living/dining rm, gournet
kitchen lrg priv yrd, pool,
spa, pets ? $1750
Keith Hanson Realty
805-981-1552 VCS347094
WESTLAKE VILLAGE
New Kit, BA & Floors. 2BR,
1BA, attached gar. W/D
hookup. $2,000/mo. Incl.
water/cbl. N/P 818-518-5620
VCS347595
Yourkeyto
findingyour
nextcar.
625
Houses Furnished
VENTURA EAST:
In need of 2 to 5 Mo
temporary rental for vac.,
place to stay and check out
the area or between
moves-This might be it!
Nice fully furn. 2+2 w/pool.
Inculds all util. pool serv.
& gardener. N/S/P/D
$1,800/mo + sec.
Oak Street Property Shoppe
805-643-1288 VCS347801
627
Houses Unfurnished
CAMARILLO 4+2.5
2,100 sq ft, RV access,
nice area. $2,450+dep.
805-844-5363 VCS347237
NBP 4+2, dining rm, long
two car gar, granite f/p,
hrdwd flrs, fenced bk yd,
on cul-de-sac. Avail Now.
3459 Michael Dr. $2,295/mo.+
$2,500 sec. 310-471-5868
VCS347347
Thousand Oaks 3+3
Large single level, two
family rooms, pool, spa, big
patio & yard, light and
bright. Call
GE Realty
805-496-9650
VCS347671
T.O. 3000+sft home in Lynn
Ranch, 4bdrm 2.5 ba, 2 car
gar, living & fam. rms, of-
fice & sunrm, mt view. ,
pool/jacuzzi & hot tub,
$4200 mo 805-630-4096
VCS347892
VTA Unique 3+2 below the
college with tons of char-
acter. Close to college,
shopping, schools and
the park. Workshop
area off the garage, pot-
ting shed in backyard.
$2200
DePaul
VTA Charming 2+2 mid-
town, close to schools
and dining. Fenced back-
yard and an oversized
driveway. $2000
Evans
VTA Ondulando 3+2 sin-
gle story with private
backyard. Eat-in kitch-
en, living room has a
fireplace. $2575
Colina Vista
All properties are
no pets no smoke,
one year lease
unless otherwise
specified
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VCS347144
677
Rooms For Rent
Cam. Furn, pay
$325 bi-wkly in room TV,
micro & frige, $650 moves
in. Near Sandt Rosa Stores
n/s/d 805.857.0310 VCS347379
677
Rooms For Rent
Oxnard 5536 Dunbar Dr.,
newer home, nice area,
no pets. Extra large room
$800/mo 805-890-3719
VCS347825
OXN Room for Rent
$550/mo + $300 dep utils
incld, No pets or smoking
805-200-1496 VCS347753
PORT HUENEME
Close to the beach, share
bath, no house privileges,
includes utilities & cable
$475 per month
818-292-3399
VCS347342
T.O. $650mo utilities paid,
washer, dryer, cable, TV.,
internet, No smoking or pets!
805-390-3960 VCS347657
Vta E. clean rms, on #10 bus-
line, $450-$650, share ba,
incl. elect & water, sm pet
?, dep 1/2 rent, call Dennis
805-651-8603 VCS347901
VTA E. Clean Room $650,
w/free utilities, internet &
dish. No pets/smoking.
805-746-6865 VCS347772
MobileHomes
692-699
692
Mobile Homes for
Rent
OJAI GATED 55+, 1+1
$750+utils+1st & last.
No pets. 805-212-2428
VCS347053
694
Mobile Homes
For Sale
OJAI 2BR Double-Wide
by owner, Senior Park,
$52,580 805-646-3516
VCS347589
Real Estate
700-874
701
Business For Sale/
Real Estate
Ojai Valley Electronics
& Hobby, turn key retail
store, well established
since 1986, 805-272-5985
VCS346893
780
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VCS347836
Commercial
Real Estate
875-893
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
CAMARILLO
COMMERCIAL BAY
1,200 - 2,400 sq ft
$0.90 sq foot/divisible
roll up doors
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
OFFICE SPACE
approx 600 - 830 sq ft
2nd floor offices
Dawson & Pleasant Valley
$400 - $550 per month
Crossroads Investments
805-485-4040
crossroads-investments.net
VCS346863
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885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
CAMARILLO Warehouse
with Offices 675sq ft to
2,240 sq ft. Great
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805-649-4857
VCS347885
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
800sf - 5000sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS346943
VENTURA CALLENS ROAD
640-1,360 sq. ft. Ind, Off/Shop.
$600/mo. 805-443-3346
VCS347274
VENTURA WAREHOUSE
Retail or Shop 2500 sq ft /
$1250 & 3500 sq ft / $1700
4264 N. Ventura Ave.
Punam 805-886-5295
VCS347795
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805-527-9632 Ext:1
VCS346940
887
Stores/Ofces
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805-500-6575
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vcs347829
CAMARILLO RETAIL
Santa Rosa Plaza,
650sf. David Press
(310)553-6512 VCS347426
SIMI OFFICE SPACE
700sf - 1,000sf. Available.
Excellent terms & pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext: 1
VCS346942
Stores/Offices
Rent/Lease
800 to 6,300 sqft.
Please Call:
805-500-6575
SJNDEN@gmail.com
VCS347828
VENTURA: DOWNTOWN
677 E. Main St. Retail Store
Front Approx 900 sq ft, Great
Space. lower cost lease.
805-643-6412
VCS347616
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Stores/Ofces
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VTA OFFICE SPACE
Beautiful units from
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VCS346941
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918
Campers/Trailers
KOMFORT LIGHT 5th
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seldom used $2,700
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VCS346924
933
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Equipment
HD FLHTCI ULTRA
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02 Included King Tour Pak,
extra seat, battery charger,
helmets, leather gloves.
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w/red pinstripe. $8,500 firm
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miles $3,500 805-659-2290
VCS347774
936
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PROWLER 01 40 ft.
2 bedrooms, 2 pop-outs.
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805-217-3901 VCS347929
942
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1 owner $2,200 OBO.
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VCS347417
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black/beige, 99,800K mi,
leather custom rims, fully
loaded, $8,000, #T96321
805 201-5717 VCS346597
985
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VCS347608
995
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