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July 25 - Newport News Shipbuilding
7 | 25 | 2016
A weekly publication of Newport News Shipbuilding
Pictured (L to R): Shipbuilders Terry Gray (X42) and Ron Whiteman (X11). Photo by John Whalen
NNS Employees Receive
National Safety Award
Shipbuilders Ron Whiteman (X11) and Terry Gray (X42), from the Manufacturing Division at
Newport News Shipbuilding, were recently selected as winners of the 2016 Voluntary Protection
Programs Participants’ Association’s (VPPPA) Safety & Health Achievement Award.
The VPPPA Safety and Health Achievement Program recognizes safety and health achievements
of hourly workers at VPPPA member sites. Winners are selected each year by the VPPPA Awards
Committee and approved by the VPPPA National Board of Directors.
“These gentlemen have been key contributors to the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) task
teams within Manufacturing, and their efforts are well deserved of this significant award,” said Vice
President of Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Rob Hogan.
Both will be invited to attend the 32nd Annual National VPPPA Safety & Health Conference in
Kissimmee, Florida on August 28 to be recognized and presented with awards. The council will then
invite the winners to a subsequent council meeting for additional recognition.
PMI-NNS Holds First Kickoff
Meeting
On July 19, over 110 employees attended the
first kickoff meeting for the Project Management
Institute Organization at Newport News
Shipbuilding (PMI-NNS). The topic of the
meeting was “What is Project Management?”
and was presented by Vice President of
Integrated Planning and Production Control
Brian Fields, executive sponsor for (PMI-NNS).
The presentation focused on defining project
management at NNS and identifying users of
project management principles and methods of
improvement. During the presentation, Fields
identified opportunities for PMI-NNS to lead the
effort to improve project management practices
at NNS and explained how everyone will...
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The Community Congratulates NNS on 130 Years
Visit the 130th Anniversary website to watch new congratulatory video messages from President and
CEO of The Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters, Jim Dahling, Chesapeake City Mayor
Alan Krasnoff, and What-A-Burger Owner Paul Branch. New videos are added to the website each
week.
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Fall 2016 Night School
Registration
Vice President of Integrated Planning and Production Control Brian Fields, executive sponsor for PMI-NNS, speaks to
over 110 employees about the importance of project management at the first PMI-NNS kickoff meeting held at VASCIC
on July 19. Photo by Chris Oxley
PMI-NNS Holds First Kickoff Meeting
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...benefit from the improvements.
“We have to make project management an important part of our business by getting the right people,
right processes, right training and right tools in place,” said Fields.
Currently, over 200 employees are active members of PMI-NNS, and they represent 78 NNS
departments and 11 divisions. The organization’s mission is to introduce and maintain a companywide approach to project and program management by developing employees and enhancing their
project management skills in accordance with PMI standards. Members receive valuable networking
and collaboration experience, acquire professional development units needed for re-certification, and
gain knowledge and support for obtaining PMI certifications from other PMI certified employees.
PMI-NNS will host its next event in August, and the topic will be “Project Management
Framework,” presented by PMI-NNS Chairperson Ashley Cadwallader (X89). For additional
questions or more information, visit the PMI-NNS website on MyNNS.
Fall 2016 Night School registration is underway.
All classes are scheduled to begin the week
of September 19 and will conclude the week
of November 19. The application deadline is
August 5. Visit the Night School website on
Yardnet for a list of classes and registration
information.
Class change notifications:
The Access 2013 Intermediate class that is being
offered for the Fall 2016 session has changed its
name to Access 2013 Introduction.
Pending level of interest, the Ship’s Theory,
Design and Systems class will be offered in the
Fall 2016 session.
To view the latest bulletin, visit the Night School
website on Yardnet or The Apprentice School
website. For more information, contact
Shirley Smith-King (O22) at 688-8608.
Reproduction Services—
Circa 1969
The days of producing blueprint drawings and
operating offset printers at Newport News
Shipbuilding are long gone.
A 1969 photo of employees operating offset
printers not only demonstrates the longstanding
history of Reproduction Services, but also tells
the story of dedicated shipbuilders who continue
to work long hours to support the business.
“We are dedicated to providing quality products,
timely service and excellent customer service
every day,” said Supervisor of Reproduction
Services George Riddick. “We are always
looking internally for new ideas to improve and
better support the business while focusing on
our customers’ needs.”
The offset printing section of the Reproduction Department at Newport News Shipbuilding in January 1969.
Today, Reproduction Services continues to provide quality work to support shipbuilding. The
department offers multiple services including, but not limited to, reproduction, label plating,
document scanning and digital archiving for records retention. It also offers a full-scale sign shop.
For more information, visit the Office Services website on MyNNS.
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Shipbuilders Recognized at
TNCC Graduation
During the 47th annual Thomas Nelson
Community College (TNCC) commencement
ceremony on May 12, 48 shipbuilders were
recognized for completing the TNCC Career
Studies and Certificate Programs.
The NNS Night School and TNCC have
partnered together to support the Hourly
Leadership Development Program, which
enhances the skills and knowledge necessary for
employees interested in management.
Certificate programs currently offered
to employees include Fundamentals of
Organizational Leadership, Supervision and
Business Management (formerly Industrial
Management).
Shipbuilders recognized during the 47th annual Thomas Nelson Community College commencement ceremony on
May 12. Pictured (L to R): Patrina Matthews (X33), Angel Harris-Holley (X32), Newport News Shipbuilding Night
School Assistant Administrator Shirley Smith-King (022), TNCC Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Lonnie Schaffer,
Cassandra Cooke (053), Urusslla Peters (043), Quincy Jones (X36), Kevin Jones (015), Kevin Lewis (X36),
Robert Keyes (X18), Corey Williams (X36 ), TNCC’s Business, Public Service, Information Systems, and Mathematics
Interim Dean Bryan Jones. Photo by Matt Hildreth (O27)
Everyone Plays a Role in Enhancing Engagement
Building and increasing engagement is everyone’s responsibility and is a strategic priority for
the company. Engaged work teams consistently outperform less-engaged teams in terms of
safety, quality and overall performance.
Great leaders build respectful and trusting relationships with their employees and recognize
every interaction influences their perspective and engagement. Below are a few tips leaders
and managers can use to help build a more engaged team:
1. Focus on engagement and inclusion at all organizational levels. Work with
employees to identify barriers to engagement and then take action toward positive
change. Ensure employees are familiar with the company’s processes, systems,
products and customers. They have valuable opinions and ideas to deliver improved
performance, business innovation and better workplace experiences.
2. Be a great leader. The best leaders know their success depends on employees’
achievements. Great leaders care about the success of their team and seek to understand
each person’s strengths, so they can provide opportunities for them to succeed. Great
leaders empower employees and recognize and value their contributions.
3. Use the performance management process successfully. Performance management
helps managers promote engagement by clarifying expectations, providing coaching
and feedback on employee performance, offering praise and recognition, and
supporting opportunities for development.
Great leaders find ways to communicate the importance of engagement at all organizational
levels. They share best practices across the organization, and use every opportunity and
communication channel to reinforce and recognize the organization’s commitment to
employee development and engagement.
Employees are encouraged at every level to engage in meaningful discussions with their
managers and leaders, to clarify expectations and ensure the manager understands how
they can best help the employee be successful. This dialogue should take place between an
employee and their immediate supervisor, but also their supervisors’ manager or Human
Resources, if additional help is needed. It is critical that the time we spend on performance
management be fruitful.
L.E.A.R.N. to Host After Work
Event
The L.E.A.R.N. program will host an after-work
presentation with Jim Hughes, vice president
of Submarines and Undersea Programs, from
4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on August 23 in the VASCIC
Auditorium.
Prizes and refreshments will follow the
presentation. The event is open to all employees
by reservation only. To sign up,
visit the L.E.A.R.N. website on Yardnet.
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AROUND THE YARD
Did You Know?
HII Hosts Engineering and
Fastener Expo
Salaried-exempt employees
are required to record
time worked during their
standard 8-hour shift unless
eligible for premium pay or
pre-approved to use flex
time.
For example:
The employee’s standard shift is from 7:30 a.m. to
4:00 p.m., but they worked from 6:00 a.m. until
4:30 p.m.
The employee should charge their time to the
appropriate direct (project/contract) or indirect
(overhead) charges that they worked between
7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (excluding lunch) and the
employee should not record any time prior to
7:30 a.m. or after 4:00 p.m. unless eligible for
premium pay or pre-approved to use flex time.
On August 25, Huntington Ingalls Industries along
with Wurth Revcar Fasteners, Inc., will host an
Engineering and Fastener Expo in VASCIC, rooms
217 and 219, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Attendees
will have an opportunity to meet with application
engineers and technical specialists from over 20
premier suppliers, and they will be able to learn about
the latest developments in assembly technology.
The event is open to all HII and NNS employees who
are interested in fastening and electrical assembly
technologies. Appetizers and refreshments will be
served during the event, and a free shuttle is available
for pickup and drop-off.
To learn more, and to view the free shuttle schedule,
view the flier on Yardnet. For questions, contact
David Jenkins (E14) at 688-9948.
Time and attendance reporting requirements are
outlined in NN Policy 10-403.
Pictured (L to R): Helen Dennie (O28), Tina Howell
(O44), Danielle Heaney (X73), Mike Nyberg (X10),
Melynda Roberts (M10), Brad Gault (E45),
Christina Wong (E74) and guest Ben Negron, and
Tia Benson-Bond (K75).
SHIPs Network Hosts Annual
Summer Picnic
On June 25, more than 200 SHIPs Network members
and their families attended the SHIPs Annual Summer
Picnic held at Big Bethel Park in Hampton. The event
was decorated with a luau theme, and guests enjoyed
a photo booth, face painting and other fun activities.
“Did You Know” articles are part of an ongoing series
intended to educate, highlight, and reinforce Newport
News Shipbuildings’ commitment to company-wide
timely and accurate time recording.
During the event, SHIPs Network sponsored a food
drive for the local Food Bank, and attendees donated
over 112 lbs. of non-perishable food items.
Congratulations Ethics
On-The-Spot Award Winners
“We want to thank everyone who participated in our
annual picnic this year,” said SHIPs Network lead
Mike Nyberg (X10). “We also want to give a
special thank you to those that supported through
donations to the food drive. It was a lot of fun for a
great cause.”
Listed below are the most recent winners of the Onthe-Spot Ethics Recognition Program Award.
Congratulations to the following employees:
Ronny Davis (X33), Tony Bagley (X33),
William “Pudd’n” Crawford (X87),
Robert Drees (X43), Yvonda Pugh (X33),
Brandon Watson (X33), Caffee First (X33),
David Watkins (X33).
What Makes you Diverse?
Learn about different elements of diversity and hear
from shipbuilders on how they are diverse.
Watch HII’s new video.
SHIPs Network is an employee resource group
open to all Newport News Shipbuilding employees.
Shipbuilders interested in becoming a member should
visit the SHIPs Network website on Yardnet for more
information.
Inclusion + Diversity
While we continue to seek stories that showcase each of our unique personality traits, we are also looking for people
to share stories of being or feeling excluded based on age, race, gender or other cultural differences. Shipbuilders
interested in sharing their stories should contact Jeremy Bustin (O29) at 380-4384.
The ad on the next page is part of an ongoing series of print communications in support of the Inclusion and
Diversity initiative at Newport News Shipbuilding.
Learn more about John’s story in the Inclusion and Diversity video.
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I am not a
Foreigner.
About Face
Rethink what you think.
“I’m an American citizen
and served in the U.S. Navy.
When I came to America
from Taiwan, English was
a language barrier. Bullies
picked on me, and I couldn’t
express my emotions
through my words. Being
able to communicate is
very important. We have
so much to learn from one
another. Without people
from different nationalities
and countries, we would not
have this melting pot today.”
John Kraft
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DATEBOOK
AUGUST 15
Newport News Shipbuilding will be the presenting
sponsor for the third annual One City Marathon
on Sunday, March 12, 2017. NNS and Huntington
Ingalls Industries employees are eligible for an
early-bird discount now through August 15 for all
four races—Marathon, Relay, 8K and Nautical Mile.
When registering at www.onecitymarathon.com,
select NNS as the employer and the discount will
be automatically applied. The early-bird rates will
expire on August 16, but a discount of $5.00 will
still be available. Rates are expected to increase
several times before the event date.
For more information or to register, visit the One
City Marathon website. Employees who are
interested in running the full marathon or the 8K
at no cost can contact Jeremy Bustin (O29) at
380-4384.
OCTOBER 15
Save the date for the 2016 Newport News
Shipbuilding Submarine Program Golf Classic on
October 15 at Cypress Creek Golf Course. For
more information, contact Johnny Mintz (X67) at
880-8965 or via email at
[email protected]
OCTOBER 30
The Mariners Club will host a Fall golf tournament
Sunday, October 30 at The Kingsmill River Course.
Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. A buffet breakfast will
be available at the golf course from
7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and the tournament will
start at 9:30 a.m. Cost is $85 per participant or
$340 per team. Mulligan and raffle prizes will be
given out and tickets will be available for purchase
at check-in. Complete the registration form on
Yardnet and return to Kenny McBurney (X91) no
later than Sept. 2. For questions, contact
Kenny McBurney (X91) at 380-3659.
SEEKING LEADERS
Job Title
Director of Engineering 2
Mgr. Test Inspection 3
Mgr. Engineering 2
Visit www.buildyourcareer.com for more
information on how you can build your career with
Newport News Shipbuilding.
Requisition Number
13660BR
13621BR
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july
MASTER SHIPBUILDERS
Peter Holloway
50 years
Larry Anthony
45 years
Carl “CB” Brown
45 years
Ron Chisholm
45 years
Raymond “Rip” Collins
45 years
Frank Dancy
45 years
Bob Greer Jr.
45 years
Herley Jones
45 years
Nick Nicholas
45 years
Edward “Gee” Robinson
45 years
Judy Uzzle
45 years
Robert Wyckoff Jr.
45 years
Earl “Cuzz” Baker
40 years
Keith Briley Jr.
40 years
Robert “Newyork” Brown Jr.
40 years
Mike Day
40 years
Doug Hollifield Jr.
40 years
William “Ivy” Hopkins
40 years
Willie J. Jennings Jr.
40 years
Lattie Jones III
40 years
Linwood “L.J.” Joyner
40 years
Wesley Lane
40 years
Bob Macklin
40 years
Michael “Macattak” McCarthy
Vernon Mt Castle
40 years
Lee Murphy
40 years
Morgan Roane Jr.
40 years
Donald Sutton
40 years
Mark Tellefsen
40 years
Carlton “Word” Threat
40 years
40 years
MASTER SHIPBUILDERS (cont)
Ronell Urquhart
40 years
july
Ron Watford
40 years
LONG SERVICE
50 YEARS
Milton Holloway
45 YEARS
Larry Anthony
Howard Askew
Carl Brown
Ronald Chisholm
Raymond Collins
Frank Dancy
William Flowers
Robert Greer Jr.
Randy Harris
Allen Jackson
Herley Jones
David Nicholas
Eddie Payne
Edward Robinson
Marvin Taylor
Judy Uzzle
Robert Wyckoff Jr.
X42
O46
X79
O53
T56
M40
O38
N357
X89
O53
O48
X36
M40
X43
X43
X82
E83
X18
40 YEARS
Earl Baker
Jeffrey Baker
X31
X31
Kenneth Briley Jr.
X75
Timothy Bordeaux
X82
Robert Brown Jr.
Gregory Darden
Michael Day
Stanley Deloatch
David Hassell
Glenn Hollifield Jr.
William Hopkins
Willie Jennings Jr.
Renee Jones
Lattie Jones III
Linwood Joyner
Wesley Lane
Robert Macklin
Michael McCarthy
Vernon Mt Castle
Russell Murphy
Roy Neal Jr.
Mark Paine
Morgan Roane Jr.
Donald Sutton
Mark Tellefsen
Carlton Threat
Ronell Urquhart
Ronald Watford
july
O39
X36
X59
X36
X32
X43
O46
X84
X36
X89
X84
X18
X72
X18
O43
X91
X36
X18
O46
X36
X85
X18
X82
X36
Sandra Wooldridge M30
35 YEARS
Robert Anderson E85
Harold Bowers Jr. O69
Phillip Caudill
O68
Paul Devlin
E65
Franklin Dillard
X73
Clifton Edwards
X43
Lee Fischer
E86
Thomas Fischer
E85
Geno Godwin
E71
Joseph Gurganus Jr.
X87
Donald Heberling Jr.
E03
Ronald Hand
T54
Nathaniel Harrison E17
John Hudson
James Hughes
Ronald Hughes
O84
K70
X87
Dennis Leverett
AMSEC
John Macrino Jr.
AMSEC
Gordon Lipscomb X91
David Lynch
X88
Timothy Manning X82
Nathaniel Matthews Jr. X32
Douglas McPherson O87
Christian Moller
Teresa Mullins
John Ord
Gary Page
X74
O14
T50
X59
Kim Price
Cheryl Ring
Alfred Scherrer III
E57
E16
O43
Allen Shelton
X10
Karl Shulenburg
E84
Robert Smyth
E02
Ronald Tillman
X72
Donald Whiteway O41
Virginia Woodward
E16
30 YEARS
Charles Forrester
Rodney Gilchrist
Robert Lewis Jr.
Arthur Reviea
Michael Simmons
Carla Vaughan
Charles Wright IV
O19
X84
E16
O67
X10
E44
E51
25 YEARS
Christopher Alexander M53
Thomas Bean
X36
Anthony Bilski AMSEC
Antonio Bogue
E25
Larry Charity
X36
Johnifer Cox
E86
Derrick Daughtry X36
Steve Eason
X11
Howard Henderson
X36
Lucas Hicks III
Edward Jones Jr.
Kevin Kennedy
O61
X36
AMSEC
Robert Leary
Tammy Meyer
James Peterson
John Poslik
Roy Shaw
Tony Spence
Charles Vassar Jr.
Dennard Ward Jr.
Trace West
James Whitley
Brett Whitley
Brian Williams
20 YEARS
Joann Aguilar
Perry Barber
Colette Booker-Bell
X82
O68
X11
E85
E26
E45
X75
E89
X89
N950
X79
X33
M30
E51
E47
Brian Burcham
E45
Robin Butcher AMSEC
Scott Caldwell
O20
Kelly Caldwell
O76
Ronald Craft Jr.
E68
RETIREMENTS
Harold Applewhite Jr. X32
Jose Aranas
Henry Biggs Jr.
Hollis Boone
James Collins
O43
X33
X36
X31
Lorraine Douglas
Robert Fallon Jr.
James Frazier
Thomas Headrick
Walter Jarvis
Frank Delar Jr.
E60
Michael Diggs
O93
Steven Doane AMSEC
Darnell Exum
O05
Andrew Franklin Jr. O21
Jeffrey Gowers
E34
Michelle Guilford E12
Brandon Husby
X89
Michael Keim
E27
Susanne Leonard E60
Marvin Lipford
E27
Dwight Locke AMSEC
Andrew Macey
E25
Elizabeth Matschke E86
Odessa McDonald X52
James Montgomery
E63
Michael Pounders X89
Melody Ryan AMSEC
Daryl Slike
X87
Paul Sweeney
O27
Jeffrey Tatum
E63
Michael Urbaniak O19
Vera Wintink
T55
David Zanghetti
X83
june
X33
O61
X18
E70
X18
Ann Knipple
Tony Liptrap
Robert Lloyd
Granville Moore III
Gary Morton
K01
X91
X18
O41
E73
Simeon Robbins E81
Jacob Ryan Jr.
X11
Herbert Scott
X31
Kathryn Shackles X31
Douglas Smith
E83
40 Years Ago
Sea trials of NNS-built Virginia-class cruiser, USS Virginia (CGN 38) on July 28, 1976. NNS Photo Archives
Fredrick Stallings
Michael Trussell
Richard Turner Jr.
Charles Vassar
Ronald Willis
X18
X74
X33
X31
X33
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CURRENTS 39
EMPLOYEE CLASSIFIEDS
AUDIO/VIDEO
CELL PHONE CASE - I Phone 6 Otter Box,
Galaxy S5 Otter Box w/clip-on, I phone 4S
Otter Box, Call (757) 329-6761
EXPERIENCED DJ - customized play-lists
suited for any event, lighting effects &
photography (757) 869-1876
55” TV - 55” Vizio 1080P HD TV for sale for
$250 OBO (757) 813-1984
KENWOOD CAR DVD - Double Din
Kenwood DVD player. Blutooth mic, backup camera. $300. Call (757) 681-1278
PS VITA & PS TV - $250 OBO. 3G/Wifi. At
least 6 games, 2 chargers, dock, 3 memory
cards. (757) 349-6426
PIONEER HDTV - PDP-5071HD 50” HD
Plasma TV with Pioneer Soundbar, remote
& manual, EC, $349 OBO, (757) 636-6324
PA AMPLIFIER - Peavey 2000W PA
amplifier w/hard roller case. $350, or $325
w/o case. (757) 813-1781
CORBA CB RADIO - brand new 40 channel
CB radio. Comes with free antenna.
(757) 277-2971
APPLE IPHONE 5 - (16GB)Sprint cell
phone in excellent condition. $100 OBO.
(757) 652-8919
BLACKBERRY BOLD - 9930 Non-camera
Touchscreen great condition refurbished
Sprint $55. Text (757) 285-1145
AUTO
2007 CHRYSLER - Sebring, 110k, Black,
2-new tires, fair condition, runs good.
$2,800. Call/text (269)788-2542
05 CL65 AMG - $22k OBO. V12 BiTurbo,
92K miles. Warranty good until 104k or
10/2017 $180K+ MSRP, (757) 597-5083
04 SIERRADENALI - Rare Quadrasteer,
6.0L V8, AWD 150K miles, black w/ tan
interior, $8K OBO, (757) 597-5083
TRUCK CAP - Grey fiberglass cap,
windows. Fits 1997-2003 F150, 6-1/2 foot
bed. Free, if you pick it up. (757) 897-9758
ASE MECHANIC - ASE Certified Mechanic,
1/2 price of any quote. work is guaranteed
or its free (757) 240-7838
Auto cont.
Auto cont.
Hobbies cont.
2004 VOLVO - S60R, fully loaded,
automatic, 150k miles, good condition,
$5,500 negotiable. (252) 339-7483
1970 CHEVY NOVA - L31 “Vortec”
V8, 5-speed manual, 2dr, restored w/
upgrades, $17,000 (757) 620-2709
GOLF CLUBS - Ladies Golf Clubs, full
set, bag and pull cart & accessories. $75
(757) 810-0200
2005 SUZUKI 250 - GZ250, Black, Runs
great, Comes with cover. Great starter bike.
(757) 561-3574
CAMRY HYBRID - Toyota Camry Hybrid
$15,000, 19,291 miles, good condition,
black w/gray interior txt (757) 536-4744
BOWFLEX XTREME2 - Good condition,
new cables, kept indoors. Text for pics or
info. $300 (661) 487-9422
2004 LINCOLN LS - 4 door, pwr windows &
locks, cruise control new battery in good
shape 1,200 call (813) 767-1395
08 CHEVY MALIBU - Clean. 148k. New
inspection. Tinted windows, 20inch rims.
Text (757) 660-2080
TREADMILL - 2012 model, less than 100
miles used, like new condition. Text for
pics/info, $450 OBO. (661) 487-9422
24” RIMS - 24” Gevanni Rims, 6 Lug. $300.
Call (757) 681-1278
1996 TRUCK - F150 Ford 6 cylinder long
bed. Automatic. New inspection. Runs
good. White. $1,800. (757) 870-2897
TANDEM KAYAK - $100 OBO. Slight leak
but repairable/useable. Includes 2 paddles.
Norfolk pickup. (757) 349-6426
2002 SUZUKI 650 - LS650, Boulevard
S40, Black, Runs well. Has windshield and
cover. (757) 561-3574
UPRIGHT PIANO - Traditional Upright
Piano.(S & C) good condition. $100 Call/
text: (757) 971-3795
K&N INTAKE - K&N Air Intake of 03
GMC/CHEVY. Charge kit. $100. Call
(757) 681-1278
08 YAMAHA FZ6 - 8k miles, new tires /
battery. Minor scuffs on rt side, otherwise
great shape. $4000 OBO (207) 694-1416
MOTORCYCLES
Wanted
British
motorcycles, basket cases parts, Any pre
1980 motorcycle. (757) 620-4472
98 HONDA CIVIC - Coupe 269K mi, body/
interior good. Needs waterpump/have part.
Will need to tow $800 OBO (804) 854-3435
07 HARLEY DLUX - Chromed-out,<7
miles, like new, 12k OBO, HD soft tail
(757) 365-9694
TRUCK RIMS/TIRE - 1997 Dodge Ram
stock 16” rims w/ Maxxis Bighorn tires
used, worn $300 (757) 328-1336
2007 HYUNDAI - Tiburon, 2.0L, auto. Runs
great, good condition. $2500 obo. KBB
$3k. Text (304) 419-3116
CADILLAC - 1988 Cadillac Seville Runs
great New tires new heater core Cold AC
$2500 (757) 663-6115
2006 YAMAHA R6 - Raven edition, 19k
miles in good condition, $4250 obo
(443) 299-9147
03TACOMA EXTCAB - 134k, 4x4, 2.7auto,
4.56s, all new-6in lift, bilstein shocks/struts,
15x12 MTclassic 3s. (757) 329-6326
2009 FJR 1300 - Runs great $6000
(757) 402-7462
AUTO - 1997 Ford F-150 XLT Green Truck
$4100 (252) 395-0167
94 CORVETTE - Excel Cond Wht Coupe w
New Red Carpet Int. 119K Ext. Exc, New
Stereo w Spkers, $7995 (757) 570-0178
MAGNAFLOW MUFFL - For 92-96
Corvette, stainless, 3” inlet, dual 4”
outlet, like new, $175. (757) 593-9369
BOAT & MARINE
SUPPLY
BAYLINER CAPRI - 19ft Bowrider w/Volvo
motor & Penta outdrive. Like new drive on
trlr. VGC, $2,500 OBO (757) 357-5542
GRADY WHITE - 87’ Grady 24’walk around,
2003 Yamaha 4 stroke 225.(610Hrs)with
trailer, good condition 12K. (757) 320-3437
WAVE RUNNERS - 2 Yamaha wave runners
& trailer, $6800. both have just over 200
hrs. very good condition. (757) 320-3437
COMPUTERS
COMPUTER REPAIR - PC/Laptop Repair,
Remove Viruses, Install programs, $85/
Parts (757) 329-6761
COMPUTER REPAIR - affordable quality
computer repairs and service serving HR
and Peninsula. (757) 325-0433
GAMING EQUIP - WingMan Extreme
Digital 3D Versatile Hand Grip & WingMan
Formula GP w/pedals $50 (757) 328-1336
MACBOOK PRO - MacBook Pro 13.3in.
Rarely used. Comes with box. $85
(757) 814-4322
COMICS - 13 Comic Books 2013 Action
Heroes DC and 1950’s Beany & Cecil all
for $20 call (757) 812-9763
CALLAWAY DRIVER - Callaway adjustable
XR driver. Regular Flex Project X shaft.
Excellent condition. $125 (757) 593-0508
IRON SET - Taylor Made R7 XD Irons with
new grips. $75 (757) 593-0508
HO TRAIN BOARD - 2 track loops, roads,
lighted bldgs, farm, airport, railcars, autos,
ppl. Needs xfmr. $100. (757) 775-4776
SOFTBALL GLOVE - Left hand throw youth
softball glove, Wilson. Glove oil/sponge
included. $20 (757) 288-9821
CAMPER - 2006 19FT StarCraft Camper
w/slide out, sway bar, lots of extras $5500
(757) 329-3328
FREE
FREE FIRE WOOD - Free hardwood, bring
truck and strong back. Call (757) 329-6761
FURNISHINGS &
APPLIANCES
CHERRY DINETTE - Formal Solid Cherry
Dining Set, six chairs & additional leaf.
E/C, $375 (757) 357-5542
HOBBIES
GET FIT - In-person & online training,
meal plans, and group challenges. Male &
female, all levels. Certified. (757) 218-7177
ANTIQUE DRESSER - Antique four drawer
dresser with mirror. GC, $135 OBO
(757) 357-5542
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CURRENTS
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Furnishings & Appliances cont.
Real Estate cont.
Miscellaneous cont.
Miscellaneous cont.
RECLINERS - Two leather recliners and
reclining loveseat. Good condition. $250
OBO (757) 813-1984
HOME FOR SALE - Hampton, 2BR, 1BA,
remodeled, big yard w/ workshop and fire
pit. Fox Hill, $100k. (757)725-2882
HOME REMODELING - No job too small
or too large. Licensed/Bonded/Insured
(757) 570-4350
STATIONARY BIKE - Stationary exercise
bike. Great condition. Assembled. $85
(757) 725-3079
REFRIGERATOR - Fair condition, would
make good garage fridge or man cave.
$150 OBO (757) 813-1984
HOUSE FOR SALE - Brick Rancher,
Hampton, remodeled. HVAC/Roof/Kit./BR/
Water htr all new. 109.9K (757) 812-9226
FRESH BROWN EGG - 1 dozen fresh
brown farm eggs $2.50 (757) 637-1250
A/C SERVICE - Have A/C cleaned and
serviced. (757) 771-3441
STOVE - All electric, free standing, glass
top, w/ base storage drawer. $220.
(757) 202-3633
CONDO FOR RENT - 2Br, 1BA, Gated
Comm./Pool, 1St Floor, W/D, AC, Gas heat,
1100 Sq. Ft.$900/Mo, (757) 715-7127
CHILDCARE - M-F, 1st/2nd shift available,
FT/PT, CPR & First Aid Certified, low rates,
smoke free, Foxhill area (757) 869-1876
CAMPAIGN FOB - 1904 Teddy Roosevelt/
Fairbanks Presidential campaign metal &
leather watch Fob $48. Call (757) 812-9763
KITCHEN TABLE - Large Kitchen Table,
$90 OBO, 4 Chairs (252) 395-0162
YORK HOME RENT - 1700 Sq Ft, 3Br, 2Bth,
Den, Att & Det. garages, fenced bkyd,
$1750/MO/dep. (757) 715-7127
CONCERT TICKETS - AC/DC, Sept 17,
8:00 at Verizon Center, Washington DC. 1st
floor, $225 ea. (757) 870-9359
SPIDER GAME - Entex table top Spiders
Video Game w/box model #906083 uses
4-C Batteries $60 call (757) 812-9763
HOT TUB - $1250 OBO. Come see for
yourself. Call or text (757) 870-9359
MOBILE MECHANIC - Certified Auto
Mechanic. Comes to you. (757) 352-0622
EXERCISE EQUIPM - Ellipticals, bikes,
treadmills, walkers, weight bnch, AB mac.,
dumbbell set, row machine (757) 589-7248
PEST TERMINATOR - All pests. Termite
Treatments/Bonds, Moisture Control, sand,
poly, Under house Repairs. (757) 873-4999
ITEMS - Microwaves, patio sets, carpet
shampooer, nuwave oven, ionic air purifier
Kirby vac/shampooer ect. (757) 589-7248
HELPING HANDS cleaning.
Licensed
(757) 371-3904
LAUNDRY DETERGE - 5 Gal. Bucket Liquid
H.E., Food sealer vac., water cooler, Toro
lawn mower $215 (757) 589-7248
LADIES WK BOOTS - Size 5.5, tan suede,
Vibram lug sole, Goretex lining. Barely
used. $15. Not steel-toe. (757) 288-9821
FOR SALE - Sport Craft Pool table. 7 ft.
Individual leather net pockets. Detachable
legs. $300 OBO (757) 377-1029
FRAMED ART - “Jazz at Takoma
Station” 34x26 Print by Joseph Holston.
(757) 288-9821
TILE SERVICES - Specializing in custom
master baths and all other tile installations,
Lic.& Insured call (757) 232-1299
PLUG AERATOR - Plug-type lawn aerator
towed behind lawn tractor. 48” wide. $80.
(757) 775-4776
TILE SAW - Tile Saw MK 370 EXP 7’
blade good working condition 100. call
(757) 232-1299
THROW - Classic Margaritaville logo,
details. Soft, woven throw, fringe. 50x60.
$12 (757) 288-9821
HOUSE WASHING - House, Roof &
Concrete Cleaning. Licensed and Insured.
(757) 810-5115
REEL LAWN MOWER - Rotary reel mower.
Very good condition $25. (757) 775-4776
REFRIGERATOR - Whirlpool white fridge/
freezer side by side. Ice maker;H20
dispenser. $400/OBO (912) 272-3816
DISHES - Cavalier Sussex dish set of
4, black/white flowers 26 pcs $30 call
(757) 812-9763
FILE CABINET - HON 600 series
professional 42” wide 2 drawer lateral
black metal file cabinet $40 (757) 812-9763
GR.FATHER CLOCK - Emperor, 74”,
walnut. Kps exc. time. Wstmnster chimes
need minor tuning. $250 (757) 288-9821
REAL
ESTATE
HOUSE FOR SALE - 3 BR rancher.
Smithfield. 2 baths 2052 SQft. one acre. 2
Carports. office. new well (757) 469-1182
OBX RENTAL - MP 16, Oceanside, 1 BR,
sleeps 4, pool access, 7/30-8/6, $550
(757) 469-4168
HOME FOR RENT - 1400 SqFt, 3BR, 1BTH,
LR, eat-in kit, den, det. garage w.fenced
bkyd. Appliances included. (757) 272-2140
TOWNHOME 4 SALE - Coventry end unit,
2 bdrm, 2.5 ba, 1 car gar, 2 car drvwy, 195k
(757) 846-8357
HOUSE FOR RENT - Oyster Pt/Denbigh 2
BDRM, 1 BA, W/D Central Heat/AC, $950
Month plus Deposit. (757) 322-0928
LAND FOR SALE - 3 lots 10 acres each,
Gates NC just across state line septic
approved wooded (757) 334-5526
HOUSE FOR RENT - 3bdrm, 2bth, det gar,
no smk or pets, fence/deck, $1050/mnth +
dep, avail 8/1 (757) 525-6485
HOUSE FOR SALE - Foxhill, 4 Bdrms,
1670SF, Florida RM, Lg yard, remodeled,
Hrdwds, $219K, (757) 236-4240
RENTAL HOME - Waterfront, York Co. Avail
now 2 BRM, 1 BTH, pets ok, lg yard, view
& access to river. $900 mo. (757) 945-8168
RENT TO OWN - $120K 3 bedroom, 1.5
bath ranch. Fenced yard, quiet, Hampton,
3-5K down, $1175 month (757) 675-9954
RENT TO OWN!! - $165K, Hampton 4 bdr,
2 ba brick ranch, 1600 sf, new kit, $5K
down, $1275 month, (757) 675-9954
FOR RENT - $950, duplex ranch, 2 bdr,
avail now, 5 minutes to shipyard on quiet
st., $950, Hampton (757) 675-9954
OBX RENTAL - 5BR, Oceanside, Pool/Spa,
Lines, Internet, Wet Bar, Game Rm, No
Pets. Wkly $995-$3295 (757) 826-0740
GARAGE APART - Furnished, Open Floor
Plan, Wi-Fi, Private entrance, very nice, 9
mi to NNS. $900/month (757) 358-4458
2.3 ACRE LOT - Gates Co NC, wooded lot
on private road. 400’ road front lined w/
river birch trees. (757) 377-0303
4 SALE HAMPTON - 3BR 1-1/2 BA rancher
on cul-de-sac, fenced yd, screened porch.
Remodled Kit, $137K (757) 570-0886
ROOM FOR RENT - Foxhill 15 min from
NNS 500 month/ Utilities included. Starting
Sept (314) 374-4728
MISCELLANEOUS
GUTTER CLEANING - clean gutters by
hand, bag debris, flush down spouts
Licensed and Insured. (757) 810-5115
HARLEY DAVIDSON - Ladies Large
Black Leather Jacket. $200 OBO. Text for
pictures. (757) 593-8501
HANDICAP RAMP - Handicapped Ramp21 foot, wood, good condition $150.
(757) 826-6518
GENERATOR - North Star 2700 generator
20amp, powered by Honda, EC, quiet, very
reliable, first pull start $250 (757) 618-6015
WEDDING DRESS - One of a kind beautiful
wedding dress. $995. Excellent Condition.
Text for Pictures. (757) 537-7054
LAWN MOWER - 21” Craftsman push
mower. Bag/mulch. New carb, filters, oil.
$50 (757) 291-5297
SEWING MACHINE - Singer zig-zag sewing
machine, model 337 with attachments. $50
(757) 810-0200
LAWN MOWER - 20” Murray push mower.
Shoot style. 3.5 HP engine. Runs well.
Great for small yards. $25 (757) 291-5297
WEDDING GOWN - Designer Wedding
Gown by Vera Wang. Strapless, Size 12.
Never worn. $800 (757) 596-2138
PRESSURE WASH - Roofing, siding,
decks, and more (757) 581-0075
WEDDING ITEMS - Sash w/Crystals. Tiara
w/Crystals & Pearls. Veil w/Blusher MidLength. New,Never Worn. (757) 596-2138
ITEMS - Kitchen Table Good Shape Need
some work, 4 chairs, $100 OBO, 1997
Ford Truck $4500 (252) 395-0162
General home
&
Insured.
HITCH PACKER - Cargo carrier for hitch
receiver tube. With 1 1/4” bar but also have
2” bar. Like new, $40. (757) 775-4776
BIKE CARRIER - 2-bike carrier bar mounts
in 1-1/4” square hitch-receiver-tube. $20.
(757) 775-4776
CHILDCARE - State licensed, CPR certified.
Affordable rates, loving environment,
(757) 375-3276
CPR/ FIRST AID - CPR training, Learn CPR
from a certified instructor (757) 376-3374
MAKE-UP ARTIST - Bridal, Proms, & More.
Will travel. (757) 325-5353
HANDYMAN - Home remodeling and repair
needs. (757) 256-8131
HD RAIN GEAR - Harley Davidson
Rain Gear, Old style/one piece design.
(804) 694-7058
BIKE HOIST - RAD Easy Bike Hoist two pulley
design. New in box. $10 (804) 694-7058
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Miscellaneous cont.
Pets cont.
Wanted cont.
TRAMPOLINE - Fitness Trampoline, new.
$100. Text for Pic (757) 871-4845
PEKINGESE - Puppies, white, plalyfull, lap
dog, abt. 15# grown, $250 (757) 850-0265
TRAILER - Wanted enclosed trailer prefer
older model. (757) 620-4472
HOT TUB - Hot tub cover $50, Panel &
Circuit board also have heater and cir.
pump $100. (757) 532-7859
ENGLISH BULLDOG - Blue tri for stud, AKC
registered, triple carrier, 1000 or pol. short,
(757) 602-8657
WASHER & DRYER - Broken washers &
dryers that are in your way. Will pick up for
free. (757) 617-0100
xxx
EXT
FEMALE BULLDOG - In search of a female
Ole English bulldog for breeding. Text
(757)746-4694
PETS
WANTED
PUPPIES - 2 male and 1 female tri color
beagle puppies, 5 months old. $50
(757) 768-0926
LAWN MOWER - Unwanted push mowers
running or broken. (757) 897-4737
3 Y/O YORKIE - Looking for a good home
for 3 year old Yorkie. Good with kids. Up to
date on all shots. (757) 775-5307
AUTOCAD DRAWING - Individual with
home use AutoCAD program to produce &
print fabrication drawings. (757) 434-6922
USED PIANO - Used piano wanted but
limited finances. Txt/Call (757) 763-9568
VAN RIDERS - 2nd shift ride to NNS Leave
Ahoskie 12:55pm pickup in Winton-Gate
County Call (252) 287-7395
VAN RIDERS - Van leaving from Belvidere
Nc, Chowan, Gates County, down town
Suffolk to NNS 1st shift (252) 619-3117
IN
APPRECIATION
CONGRATULATIONS - Congrats to Craig
Eichfeld and Glenn Neklason for their
accomplishment on Friday, July 15th.
Great job! (757) 206-9024
YARD &
GARAGE SALES
YARD SALE - Sat. July 30, 8-12, household
items, bed frame, home décor, misc items,
300 Heath Pl, Yorktown (757) 692-8295

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