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technical sergeant selects
Gulf
Friday, June 19, 2015
SAFE FUN IN THE
SUN: 325th Fighter Wing
Safety offers summer
safety tips | Page 7
ALL-AIR FORCE
SOCCER TEAM:
Tyndall airman hits his
goal | Page 8
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TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE — HOME OF THE CHECKERTAILS
Vol. 9, No. 25
TECHNICAL SERGEANT SELECTS
AIRMAN 1ST CLASS DUSTIN MULLEN | Air Force
The new Team Tyndall technical sergeant selects take a group photo with 325th Fighter Wing leadership June 10 at the base Marina. Congratulations to all the airmen who made it.
By 325th Fighter Wing Public
Affairs
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE
— Congratulations to
Team Tyndall’s Technical
Sergeant selects.
Anderson, Brittney
823rd RED HORSE
Bard, Joshua 325th
Maintenance Group
Berry, Philip 823rd
RED HORSE
Beuligmann, Patrick
325th Security Forces
Squadron
Biggins, Joshua 325th
MXG
Bowman, Wesley 325th
Aircraft Maintenance Unit
Boyd, Phillip 325th
Operations Support
Squadron
Brekke, Dustin 325th
MXG
Cantrell, Michael 325th
MXG
Caro, Carlos 325th SFS
Case, Shane 325th
AMU
Chambers, David 325th
AMU
Chavis, Antonia 325th
Logistics Readiness
Squadron
Clark, James 1st Air
Force
Cobb, Dominic 325th
AMU
Crawford, Damon 325th
MXG
Cuevas, Andrew Air
Force Civil Engineer
Center
Curtin, Michael 823rd
RED HORSE
Dawson, Michael 325th
MXG
Drinkwater, Serena
53rd Test Support
Squadron
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Early, Rotha 325th
MXG
Edge, Christopher
325th MXG
Elam, Lee 325th
Fighter Wing
Elwood, Katie 325th
MXG
Emery, Thomas 325th
LRS
England, Russell 325th
MXG
Evans, Cynthia 325th
Aerospace Medicine
Squadron
Fagan, George 325th
AMU
Felde, Crayton 325th
Civil Engineer Squadron
Ferguson, Michael
772nd Enterprise Sourcing
Squadron
Florence, Christoph
325th MXG
Fuqua, Joshua 83rd
Fighter Weapons
Squadron
Gabert, Joshua 325th
Medical Support Squadron
Gamez, Octavio 325th
OSS
Garcia, Jessie 325th
OSS
Garcia, Jonathan 325th
LRS
Gregory, Travis 325th
MXG
Griffin, Daniel 325th
CES
Hamilton, Audra 325th
AMDS
Harrington, Bryon
325th AMU
Hartsock, Tokeyo 325th
MXG
Hawkins, Danielle 1st
AF
Hernandez, Raymond
325th MXG
Hill, Shaun 823rd RED
HORSE
Hinton, Irma 325th
MXG
Holly, Lucia Air force
Rescue Coordination
Center
Howell, Joshua 325th
MXG
Jackson, Kendrill
Headquarters Air force
Reserve
Jason, Caitlin 325th
LRS
Jason, Joel 325th LRS
Johnson, Nathaniel
325th MXG
Jones, Desean 325th
AMDS
Jones, Destinee 325th
MXG
Jones, Steven 81st
Range Control Squadron
Lewis, Tanisha 325th
MXG
Lively, Mellisa 325th
OSS
Mabe, Matthew 325th
AMU
Macias, Eric 325th
MXG
Mcalees, Garett 325th
MXG
Mccausland, Bryan
325th Communications
Squadron
Mccoy, Willie 337th Air
Control Squadron
Mezzetti, Perez 325th
SFS
Midkiff, Eric 53rd TSS
Montoya, Cody 325th
MXG
Moore, Gerald 325th
LRS
Morris, Mark 325th
AMU
Moyer, Michael 325th
LRS
Nash, Nicole 325th
MXG
Nazario, Velazquez
325th AMU
Negron, Nelson 823rd
RED HORSE
Nelson, Jennifer 325thg
Force Support Squadron
Nelson, Joshua 82nd
Aerial Targets Squadron
Pequit, Allin AFCEC
Pimental, Shane 325th
AMU
Price, Micah 823rd
RED HORSE
Rodriguez, Martin
325th LRS
Rogers, Mario 337th
ACS
Rogers, Travis 325th
MXG
Rowland, Trenton 325th
OSS
Sanders, Jamaal 325th
SFS
Sawyer, Gabriel 325th
OSS
Sazama, Michael 372nd
Training Squadron Det. 4
Scanlon, Michael 325th
CS
Shaw, Darliska 823rd
RED HORSE
Shoup, Jerry 325th
MXG
Sills, James 325th AMU
Sirmopoulos, John
325th AMU
Slade, Christopher
325th AMU
Sledge, Jerel 325th
OSS
Snyder, William 325th
AMU
Spies, Christopher
325th MXG
Staples, Kyle 325th
MXG
Thymianos, Amanda
337th ACS
Turner, Bryan AFRCC
Ulmer, Cary 325th
MXG
Unger, Ryan 325th
MXG
Vaughn, Brandy 325th
FW
Wailgum, William 325th
CES
Wallace, Jacob 53rd
TSS
Webster, Bradley 325th
LRS
Wilgosz, Ann 325th CS
Wilkins, Jeremy 325th
SFS
Williams, Brandon
325th SFS
Zwikelmaier, Caleb
325th OSS
Force Support Squadron calendar
Friday, June 19
Fitness Center Aerobics
classes: Fitness Center
Toddler Finger Painting: 10-11
a.m., Arts & Crafts Center
Home Buying Basics: 2-4
p.m., A&FRC Classroom
Saturday, June 20
Discover Scuba: 7 a.m. to 3
p.m., Sign up at the Marina
Babysitting Course: 8 a.m. to
4 p.m., Youth Center
Paddle Boarding the Bay:
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
Bonita Bay
Father’s Day Special:
1-6 p.m., Raptor Lanes
Bowling Center
Monday, June 22
Fitness Center Aerobic classes:
Fitness Center
Toddler Finger Painting: 10-11
a.m., Arts & Crafts Center
Archery Camp: June 22-25,
10 a.m., Youth Center
Tuesday, June 23
Fitness Center Aerobic classes:
Fitness Center
Toddler Finger Painting: 10-11
a.m., Arts & Crafts Center
Wine Bottle Painting!:
5-6 p.m., Arts and Crafts
Center
Wednesday, June 24
Fitness Center Aerobic classes:
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Career Intermission Program application window opens July 1
By Debbie Gildea
Air Force Personnel Center
Public Affairs
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIORANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS)
— The Air Force Career
Intermission Program application window opens
July 1 for eligible Airmen
interested in taking one to
three years off active duty
for personal or professional needs.
Applications must reach
the Air Force Personnel Center no later than
Aug. 31, with the total force
selection panel scheduled
to convene Sept. 29.
The program, in its
second year, allows up to
40 top-performing regular
Air Force and career status Active Guard or Reserve officers and enlisted
members to be inactivated
and transferred to the Individual Ready Reserve,
receiving partial pay for up
to three years, before returning to active duty.
During the 2014 pilot
program, 35 regular Air
Force, Guard and Reserve
Airmen were approved to
participate. They included
33 regular Air Force, one
Guard and one Reserve
airman. The 35 selected
included 15 officers and
20 enlisted personnel; 18
women and 17 men.
The Career Intermission Program allows participants to retain full
medical and dental benefits for themselves and
their dependents, as well
as exchange and commissary benefits. Participants
also receive a stipend of
1/15th of their monthly basic pay. In addition, mem-
bers will be allowed an Air
Force-funded permanent
change of station move to
anywhere in the U.S. when
entering the program, and
a move to their base of assignment when they complete the program.
Return to duty following a Career Intermission
Program intermission is
the key to the program.
Top
performers
with
bright futures won’t have
to separate to take care of
personal or other professional concerns, and once
they return to active-duty
service, those airmen will
bring greater experience,
education,
knowledge,
commitment and passion
to their career, said Col.
Arch Bruns the AFPC Personnel Services director.
While participating in
Career Intermission Program, airmen will be required to maintain all Air
Force standards, including
health and fitness and be
ready to fully resume their
duties.
Airmen approved for
CIP will incur a service
commitment of two months
for every one month of CIP
participation.
General
information
and complete eligibility
criteria are available on
the myPers website. Select the appropriate component and corps from the
drop down menu and enter
“Career Intermission Program” in the search window. Links to component
specific application procedures will be available
July 1.
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Military medical leaders express concerns over health care reform
By Terri Moon Cronk
overarching
challenges
facing military medicine
and concur with many recommendations,” Woodson
WASHINGTON — Senior said, adding that some of
Defense Department med- its recommendations are
ical leaders addressed now in place.
health care reform on
Capitol Hill on June 11, exStrategies
pressing concern over ponow in place
tential impacts on military
medical readiness and
Woodson
described
overall readiness.
strategies that are now in
Appearing before the place to make the military
House Armed Services health care system “betCommittee’s
military ter, stronger and more relpersonnel subcommittee evant for the future,” and
were Dr. Jonathan Wood- stressed the critical nature
son, assistant secretary of of military readiness, endefense for health affairs, suring quality health care
and top medical officials and using money wisely
from the services: Army in the Military Health
Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horo- System.
ho, Air Force Lt. Gen. (Dr.)
“We’ve undertaken a
Mark A. Ediger and Navy comprehensive review of
deputy surgeon general our medical infrastructure
Rear Adm. (Dr.) C. Forrest and resources,” he said,
Faison III.
“and (we’ve) presented a
Military health care modernization plan that
reform was examined as proposes to place our
part of the overall Military most-skilled
professionCompensation and Re- als in the military comtirement
Modernization munities where they are
Commission, which sent likely to keep those skills
its recommendations to sharpest.”
President Barack Obama
The Military Health
in January.
System has reformed gov“We agree with (the ernance and stood up the
commission’s) findings of Defense Health Agency
DoD News,
Defense Media Activity
to enhance collaborative
work affordably among the
three medical services,
Woodson told the panel.
“We’re making it easier
to access care in the system by focusing on quality,
safety and making performance data more transparent,” he said.
Woodson said he agrees
with commission’s recommendation to reform
the TRICARE military
health plan, and told the
panel that work is already
underway.
Surgeons general
share concerns
The surgeons general
said that while they support the objectives of the
commission’s
findings,
they have concerns about
elements that threaten
readiness and military
medical skills.
“(Fewer than) one of five
service members evacuated from Iraq and were
injured in battle,” Horoho
noted. “During Operation
United Assistance, the major threat to soldiers was
endemic infectious diseases. The Army already
uses joint infrastructures
… (for) medical readiness.
The Army does not support establishing a fourstar readiness command,”
a commission recommendation and a point echoed
by Ediger and Faison.
Though the surgeons
general support affordable
health care and increased
choices for patients, “to
establish TRICARE choice
would negatively impact
the readiness of our entire
health care team and present financial challenges for
active-duty families and
retirees” Horoho said.
“To put (military treatment facilities) in competition with the private
sector would drive up administrative costs and significantly detract from the
operational mission of our
medical facilities,” Ediger
agreed.
The Air Force surgeon
general said requiring
airmen and their families
to “navigate a complex
system of insurance marketplace on a recurring
basis” could increase their
stress.
“(The Military Health
System) is working hard
to recapture its (patient)
workload into the direct-
care system,” Faison said,
adding that offering commercial insurance to military patients would compete with that goal.
“Nonactive-duty beneficiaries comprise 67 percent of our total beneficiary population, 83 percent
of our inpatient care and
79 percent of our highacuity workload,” Horoho
emphasized.
Military medical
training would
be affected
“These patients are vital to sustain our graduate
medical and health professionals’ education programs,” she said. “The loss
of these inpatients from
our direct health-care system would pose tremendous risk to our training
and negatively impact our
medical forces readiness
posture.”
Ediger
and
Faison
agreed that the lack of military patients would harm
medical training and affect
overall readiness.
“We believe resilient
families with excellent
health care support great-
ly enhances the resilience
of all of our airmen,” Ediger said. “Significant progress in the (Military Health
System), as Dr. Woodson
pointed out, has occurred.
And we are a progressive
system of health and readiness as a result.”
“We need to recognize
what sets us apart from
civilian medicine: that we
are a rapidly deployable,
fully integrated medical system,” Faison said.
“This allows us to support
combat casualty care with
unprecedented battlefield
survival rates.”
“The Army needs a medically ready force,” Horoho
said, with Ediger and Faison in agreement. “Commanders need to know …
soldiers will be ready to
deploy,” she added.
“When wounded soldiers hear the rotor blades
of a medevac helicopter,
they need to continue to
have confidence that our
providers are trained and
ready,” Horoho said. “Any
radical departure presents significant risk to a
system that has produced
record levels of both combat casualty survival and
readiness.”
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Friday, June 19, 2015
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Friday, June 19, 2015
June marks national Men’s Health Month
By Senior Airman Harry Brexel
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE
BASE, Ark. (AFNS) — Each
June, a congressional
health education program
is promoted to heighten the
awareness of preventable
health problems and
encourage early detection
and treatment of disease
among men and boys.
Screenings, health fairs,
media appearances and
other health education
activities are held to raise
awareness for male health
concerns.
The increased visibility
of Men’s Health Month
encourages men and boys
to seek regular medical
advice and early treatment
for disease and injury.
One main problem
among males is their
reluctance to see medical
professionals. According to
the Agency for Healthcare
Research and Quality,
American men are 25
percent less likely than
their female counterparts
to visit a doctor.
“For whatever reason,
men in general just do
not go to the doctor as
often as women,” said
Capt. Amanda Killinger, a
19th Aerospace Medicine
Squadron flight surgeon.
“Men shouldn’t hesitate to
get checked out.”
“Prevention is much
easier than treatment,”
Killinger said. “Take
prostate cancer as an
example. It is treatable,
but if a man doesn’t get
diagnosed early, things
have the potential to get
much worse. Routine
checkups are vital when it
comes to one’s health.”
According to the Center
for Disease Control,
prostate cancer is the
second leading cause of
cancer death in American
men, after lung cancer.
Along with regular
doctor visits, there are
multiple other things that
men can do in order to
prevent disease and stay
healthy. Exercise and
healthy eating play a key
role in developing and
maintaining good health.
Base fitness centers might
provide various classes to
help both men and women
get or stay in shape.
Additionally, some
base health and wellness
centers hold healthy
cooking classes and provide
nutritious recipes. Eating
healthy is a great way to
combat heart disease,
which is also common in
American men.
Being overstressed can
also lead to a multitude of
health problems. Eating
right, exercising and
getting sleep is proven to
reduce stress. Medical
treatment facilities or
clinics can offer sleep
hygiene and relaxation
classes that can help
remedy or treat sleep
problems.
Smoking can also cause
health complications. For
those who are interested in
quitting, the HAWC often
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classes.
Though June and Men’s
Health Month will come
to an end, men should
remember to focus on their
health year round with the
goal of living longer and
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Tyndall Air Force Base
Friday, June 19, 2015
Gulf Defender | 325th Fighter Wing Safety offers summer safety tips
By Airman 1st Class
Solomon Cook
325th Fighter Wing
Public Affairs
TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE —
Summer is upon us, and
as with all seasons, airmen should use situational
awareness with new weather conditions.
With the increased heat
and various holidays that
generally call for fun in
the sun, it is important to
be aware of high temperatures, heat-related risk with
outdoor activity, safety tips
and local seasonal animal
behaviors.
“The Air Force will sustain a large majority of its
mishaps during the summer, between May and September when members are
off-duty,” said Staff Sgt. Lee
Elam, 325th Fighter Wing
Safety ground safety technician. “This time of the year
personnel will need to take
more precautions when
out enjoying their favorite
activities. Off-duty mishaps
make up the largest majority of reportable incidents
because personnel once
off duty tend to take fewer
precautions when enjoying
their time off. “
It is easy to remember
safety when on-duty because personnel are always
briefed to take the steps
necessary to protect themselves from getting hurt.
Some of the same steps
that you would take while
completing your regular job
would be the same steps
you need to take while offduty, Lee added.
When outside for long
periods of time, one of the
most important things to
remember is hydration and
sun protection.
In 2011, 587 people died
from exposure to excessive
heat, according to National
Health Statistics Reports
website. It is important to
protect yourself by wearing light-weight and light
-colored clothing, taking
frequent water breaks,
wearing sunscreen and not
leaving children or animals
unattended in a vehicle.
Residents of Tyndall
should be aware of the local animal behaviors and be
cautious as well.
“The biggest animal
safety risk that can be encountered on Tyndall is
the black bear,” Elam said.
“Black bears mostly move
around at night, scavenging
food from the dumpsters
and trash cans. If someone
stumbles onto a bear, they
should not approach the
bear. Try to make yourself
as big as possible and make
loud noises.”
For additional information on black bears contact
the local natural resource
office at 283-2822, Elam
said.
Although weather and
nature may play a part in
summer safety, some safety
risks are manmade.
“Fireworks safety is a
very important topic of discussion during the height
of summer because of their
extremely hazardous potential,” Elam said. “The National Fire Protection Association estimates 17,000
fires occur and 1,800 people
are injured each year in fire-
works related mishaps.”
A few firework safety tips
are as follows:
• Don’t let children play
with fireworks.
• Only use fireworks in
a wide open area that does
not allow for falling embers
to reach the ground and
catch anything on fire.
• Check the local state
laws as certain states do not
allow for air burst fireworks
to be used by anyone other
than a trained professional.
• Never shoot fireworks
at anyone or anything; fireworks burns on average of
2,000 degrees Fahrenheit
which is hot enough to melt
some metals.
• Please remember the
use and/or storage of fireworks on Tyndall Air Force
Base is strictly prohibited
unless approved in writ-
ing by the Mission Support
Group Commander.
Additionally, with the
summer months come
barbecues.
“First and foremost
,keep the grill clean and
free from built up grease.
This goes for both propane
and charcoal grills,” Elam
said. “It is important to
keep grills away from any
materials that can catch
fire, such as the home and
garbage cans. Additionally, keep children and pets
away from grills. Never
leave a grill unattended.
For more information visit
the National Fire Protection Association website,”
Elam said.
For summer safety tips
and more information, contact the ground safety office
at 283-4231.
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| Gulf Defender
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Tyndall airman hits his goal
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TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE —
A Team Tyndall airman
recently made the All-Air
Force men’s soccer team
after being invited to
try-outs in San Antonio,
Texas.
The All-Air Force team
received more than 100
submissions, but only 40
airmen were selected to
try-out. Senior Airman
Cody Sullivan, 325th
Logistics Readiness
Squadron central storage
technician, was one of the
elite to be selected.
“I felt extremely
honored that I was able
to try out for the team
because it was one of my
main goals this year,”
Sullivan said. “Ever since
I found out about the
program, I worked hard
to get the chance to prove
myself on the soccer field;
and it paid off.”
During try-outs,
participants began doing
drills at 5 a.m. They
completed three sessions
of training capped with a
full 90-minute game at the
end of the day.
“All of the training in
such a little amount of
time takes a toll on your
body,” Sullivan said. “After
the third day, everyone felt
as if they had been there
for two weeks because
of how tired our bodies
were.”
Sullivan experienced
tough competition. By
the third day, there had
to be cuts made to the
team, and no one was
guaranteed a spot.
“Try-outs for the
first three days were, in
all honesty, grueling,”
Sullivan said. “The first
cuts were made at the
end of the third day so
everyone knew that we
had to show up as best as
we could during try-outs
to make sure we weren’t
let go.”
At the end of the
day, the opportunity for
Sullivan was a good one.
He was able to reconnect
with old teammates from
past soccer teams and do
what he loves. He was also
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David
Sasser
325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs | Air Force
Senior Airman Cody Sullivan, 325th Logistics Readiness
Squadron central storage technician from Tyndall
Air Force Base, made this year’s All-Air Force soccer
team. The All-Air Force team received more than 100
submissions, but only the elite were selected.
chosen to be a member of
the team.
“Making the team and
getting a decent amount of
playing time were the two
goals I set for myself at
camp, and I achieved them
both,” he said.
After making the team,
Sullivan played in the AllArmed Forces tournament
competing against the U.S.
Marine, U.S. Navy and
U.S. Army soccer teams.
According to the Armed
Forces Sports website,
the Air Force soccer team
placed second during the
Armed Forces Soccer
Championship held at
Marine Corps Air Station
Miramar, Calif.
“Overall, this is a great
experience for any athlete
wishing to compete on
a different level than
intramurals and baselevel teams,” Sullivan
said. “I encourage
anyone with a passion
for a sport to apply for
the program, because
it’s an indescribable
feeling being able to
represent the Air Force.
There are people with
work constraints and
deployments who would
do anything to be able to
participate, so for those
of you that do have the
opportunity, be grateful for
this amazing chance and
know that you’re not just
playing for yourself; you’re
playing for everyone who
can’t be there as well.”
An Independently Owned and Operated
Member of BRER Affiliates LLC
Tyndall Air Force Base
By Jessica Rouse
Defense Commissary Agency Public Affairs
chicken, peanut butter and beans
• Soups: beef stew, chili, chicken noodle,
turkey or rice
• Condiments: tomato-based sauces,
light soy sauce, ketchup, mustard, salad
dressing or oils
• Snacks: individually packed snacks,
crackers, trail mix, dried fruit, granola
and cereal bars, pretzels, and sandwich
crackers
• Multigrain cereal
• 100 percent juice: all sizes, including
juice boxes
• Grains: brown and white rice, oatmeal, bulgur, quinoa, couscous, pasta,
and macaroni and cheese
• Paper products and household items: paper
towels, napkins and cleaning supplies
• Hygiene items: diapers, deodorants
(men and women), feminine products,
toilet paper, tissues, soap, toothpaste
and shampoo
“We want to make a difference in the
communities surrounding our stores,”
Eller said. “And our patrons and employees help us do that.”
This year, no goals have been set, but
DOD is urging participants to do their
best to top their past donations.
For more information on this campaign, visit www.usda.gov.
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FORT LEE, Va. (AFNS) — Commissaries
are serving as collection points for the
Feds Feed Families campaign, which began June 1 and ends Aug. 31 at participating stateside military installations.
During the campaign, participating
installations help collect items most
needed by food pantries and then donate
them to area food banks.
“This marks our sixth consecutive
year participating in this campaign, and
what could be better than helping provide food for those in need around us,”
said Randy Eller, the Defense Commissary Agency’s (DeCA) deputy director of
logistics.
Last year, DeCA collected almost
1 million pounds of food donated at commissaries and given to area food banks.
That represented 30 percent of the Defense Department’s total Feds Feed
Families’ donations. Many stores featured donation packages provided by
commissary vendors for patrons to purchase and donate on the spot.
“2014 was a great campaign year for
us,” Eller said. “Our customers should
be really proud — a large number of people were helped.”
Since the campaign’s inception in
2009, more than 24 million pounds of food
have been donated.
Once the items have been collected,
installation officials will work with their
commissary to deliver the items to their
local food bank.
The most needed items for donations
include:
• Canned vegetables: low sodium, no salt
• Canned fruits: in light syrup or its own
juices
proteins:
tuna,
salmon,
• Canned
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THE BACKDOOR LOUNGE
7800 W. Hwy 98, PCB | 850-235-0073
Happy Hour: 9 a.m.-Noon
Fri. & Sat.: Sarah Moranville, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Sunday: Sus Mathers, 2-6 p.m.
Wednesday: Kc Phelps hosting open mic,
10 p.m.-2 a.m.
Thursday: Sean Flood, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Digital recording available
14521 Front Beach Road | 850-634-4884
Friday-Sunday: Gene Mitchell, 6-10 p.m.
Tawnee the Polynesian Dancer, 7:30 p.m.
Monday: Martino & Tirado, 6-10 p.m.
Tues.: Family Karaoke w/Michael, 6-10 p.m.
Wed. & Thurs.: Gene Mitchell, 6-10 p.m.
Tawnee the Polynesian Dancer, 7:30 p.m.
www.runawayislandpcb.com
@ Pineapple Willy’s
9875 S. Thomas Drive | 850-235-1225
Friday & Saturday: Josh Buckley
Sun.-Thurs.: Carolina Reign 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
www.pineapplewillys.com
VENUE
The Backdoor Lounge
PCB, FL 235-0073
Buster's Beer & Bait
PCB, FL 234-9250
Hammerhead Fred's
PCB, FL 233-3907
Hofbrau
PCB, FL 235-4645
Ms. Newby’s
PCB, FL 234-0030
Newby’s Too
PCB, FL 234-6203
Runaway Island
PCB, FL 634-4884
Perkins Road
PCB, FL 235-3555
Sharky's
PCB, FL 235-2420
Spinnaker
PCB, FL 234-7882
The Barn @ the Wicked Wheel
PCB, FL 588-7947
Willy's Live @ Pineapple Willy's
Friday, June 19, 2015
MS. NEWBY’S
5121 Gulf Drive | 850-235-3555
Fri. & Sat.: PERKINS ROAD, 9 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Saturday: Stainless Steel, 4:30-8 p.m.
Sunday: Acoustix, 7:30-11 p.m.
Monday: Dallas Griffin, 7:30-11 p.m.
Tuesday: Acoustix, 7:30-11 p.m.
Wed.: Chad Hall & Friends, 7:30-11 p.m.
Thursday: Barry & Greg, 7:30-11 p.m.
www.schooners.com
10025 Hutchison Blvd. | 850-588-7947
Friday: Dallas Hendrix & Aaron Kantor @
The Backyard BBQ
Seating at 6:30 & show at 7 p.m.
Sunday: Josh Buckley, 1-4 p.m.
Monday-Thursday: Dallas Hendrix &
Aaron Kantor @ The Backyard BBQ
Seating at 6:30 & show at 7 p.m.
ADVERTISE:
8711 Thomas Drive | 850-234-0030
Fri. & Sat.: Bubonic Funk, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Saturday: Angels Envy bottle Engraving
Fathers Day Event @ The Office, 2 p.m.
Sunday: On the deck @ “The Office”
Jazzmasters, 7-11 p.m.
Mon.: DJ JoJo on the patio, 8-midnight
Tuesday: Clay Musgrave at The Office,
8-midnight
Wednesday: Horiz!n, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday: On the patio
w/Night Al, 8 p.m.-midnight
5900 Thomas Drive, PCB | 850-234-9250
Happy Hour: Monday – Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Friday: Georgia Clay, 6-10 p.m.
Saturday: Panarosa, 6-10 p.m.
Sunday: Billy Goats Gruff, 4-8 p.m.
Monday: Jimmy Harris, 6-10 p.m.
Tuesday: Woodland Grit, 6-10 p.m.
Wednesday: Sus Mathers, 6-10 p.m.
Thursday: HOOT NIGHT! with KC –
Open mic, 7-11 p.m.
All music will be outside
weather permitting
Veteran owned and operated
Call Marie Forrest at 747-5041 or email
[email protected] Deadline is 5 p.m. Monday.
HOFBRAU
BEER GARDEN
15201 Front Beach Road | 850-235-2420
Open Every Day w/Happy Hour, 2-5 p.m.
Friday-Sunday: Clay Musgrave , 5-9 p.m.
Fri. & Sat.: Bulletproof, 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
Monday: Karaoke, 6-10 p.m.
Tuesday: Randy Watson, 5-9 p.m.
Wednesday: Karaoke, 6-10 p.m.
Thursday: Clay Musgrave, 5-9 p.m.
www.sharkysbeach.com
FRIDAY
Sarah Moranville
9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Georgia Clay
6-10 p.m.
Tequila Mockingbird
6-10 p.m.
Beatrice & Derrol 5-8 p.m.
Quinn 6-9 p.m.
Bubonic Funk
9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Brujah 9 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Karaoke 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
Gene Mitchell 6-10 p.m.
Tawnee 7:30 p.m.
Stainless Steel 4:30-8 p.m.
9 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Clay Musgrave 5-9 p.m.
Bulletproof 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
12 Sharp 10:30 p.m.-3:30 a.m.
Karaoke 10 p.m.-3 a.m.
Bar Wars 10 p.m.-Close
Dallas Hendrix &
Aaron Kantor 7 p.m.
Josh Buckley
701 Pier Park Dr. #155 |
850-235-4645
Free Beer Friday every Friday @ 6 p.m. in
the Beer Garden.
Free beer until the keg is empty.
Monday-Friday: Happy Hour, 2-4 p.m.
Friday-Sunday: Main Stage
w/Beatrice & Derrol, 5-8 p.m.
Friday: Quinn, 6-9 p.m.
Sat. & Sun.: Beatrice, noon-3 p.m.
Saturday: The Dude, 7-10 p.m.
Tuesday: Beatrice, 5-8 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday:
Beatrice & Derrol, 5-8 p.m.
SATURDAY
Sarah Moranville
9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Panarose
6-10 p.m.
Family Karaoke w/Michael
6-10 p.m.
Beatrice Noon-3 p.m.
Beatrice & Derrol 5-8 p.m.
The Dude 7-10 p.m.
Bubonic Funk
9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Brujah 9 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Karaoke 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
Gene Mitchell 6-10 p.m.
Tawnee 7:30 p.m..
Acoustix
Perkins Road 9 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Clay Musgrave 5-9 p.m.
Bulletproof 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
12 Sharp 10:30 p.m.-3:30 a.m.
Karaoke 10 p.m.-3 a.m.
Ladies Night 10 p.m.-Close
Josh Buckley
SUNDAY
Sus Mathers
2-6 p.m.
Billy Goats Gruff
4-8 p.m.
Casey Morgan
6-10 p.m.
Beatrice Noon-3 p.m.
Beatrice & Derrol 5-8 p.m.
Jazzmasters
7-11 p.m.
Gene Mitchell 6-10 p.m.
Tawnee 7:30 p.m.
Dallas Griffin
7:30-11 p.m.
Clay Musgrave
5-9 p.m.
12 Sharp 10:30 p.m.-3:30 a.m.
Karaoke 10 p.m.-3 a.m..
Bar Wars 10 p.m.-Close
Rockstar Lip Sync Throwdown
Midnight - 1 a.m.
Josh Buckley
1-4 p.m.
Carolina Reign
NEWBY’S TOO
8795 Thomas Drive | 850-234-7882
Paradise Grill open Daily at 11 a.m.
Fri. & Sun.: BAR WARS, 10 p.m.-Close
Saturday: LADIES NIGHT, 10 p.m.-Close
Fri. - Sun.: 12 Sharp, 10:30 p.m.-3:30 a.m.
Rockstar Lip Sync Throwdown,
midnight-1 a.m.
Karaoke, 10 p.m.-3 a.m.
Friday-Sunday: Das Beachhouse
Friday: DJs Link & Type R; Saturday: DJs
Link & Krush; Sunday: DJs Boom & Krush
www.spinnakerbeachclub.com
MONDAY
8752 Thomas Drive | 850-233-3907
Entertainment every night 6-10 p.m.
Friday: Tequila Mockingbird
Saturday: Family Karaoke w/Michael
Sunday: Casey Morgan
Monday: David Lloyd
Tuesday: Lennie Jennings
Wednesday: Tony Delamont
Thursday: Martino & Tirado
www.hammerheadfreds.com
4103 Thomas Drive | 850-234-6203
Open everyday 8 a.m. until
Happy Hour: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-Noon
Friday & Saturday: Brujah, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Tuesday: James Dain, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Thursday-Saturday: Karaoke Mania
w/NIGHT AL & Beer Pong, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.
BUZZTIME every day.
Sports Bar, Pool, Foosball, Darts,
Shuffleboard, Ping Pong & Air Hockey.
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
Kc Phelps/Open Mic
10 p.m.-2 a.m.
Sus Mathers
6-10 p.m.
Tony Delamont
6-10 p.m.
Beatrice & Derrol
5-8 p.m.
Jimmy Harris
6-10 p.m.
David Lloyd
6-10 p.m.
Woodland Grit
6-10 p.m.
Lennie Jennings
6-10 p.m.
Beatrice
5-8 p.m.
DJ JoJo
8-midnight
Horiz!n 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
DJ Night Al 8 p.m.-midnight
Martino & Tirado
6-10 p.m.
Acoustix
7:30-11 p.m.
Karaoke
6-10 p.m.
Clay Musgrave 8 p.m.-midnight
DJ Night Al 8 p.m.
James Dain
9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Family Karaoke w/Michael
6-10 p.m.
Chad Hall & Friends
7:30-11 p.m.
Randy Watson
5-9 p.m.
Dallas Hendrix &
Aaron Kantor 7 p.m.
Carolina Reign
Dallas Hendrix &
Aaron Kantor 7 p.m.
Carolina Reign
Dallas Hendrix &
Aaron Kantor 7 p.m.
Carolina Reign
Gene Mitchell 6-10 p.m.
Tawnee 7:30 p.m.
Barry & Greg
7:30-11 p.m.
Karaoke
6-10 p.m.
THURSDAY
Sean Flood
9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Open Mic
7-11 p.m.
Martino & Tirado
6-10 p.m.
Beatrice & Derrol
5-8 p.m.
Karaoke w/Night Al
8 p.m.-2 a.m.
Gene Mitchell 6-10 p.m.
Tawnee 7:30 p.m. Schooners
7:30-11 p.m.
Clay Musgrave
5-9 p.m.
Dallas Hendrix &
Aaron Kantor 7 p.m.
Carolina Reign
Tyndall Air Force Base
Friday, June 19, 2015
Mexico Beach, 42nd
St, Saturday June 20th
8am-until CST
Huge Inside &
Outside Yard
Sale
Antiques, Plants,
Wicker, Buttons, Yard
Items & more!!
1873 Colt
Peacemaker
US Cal remodel,
manufactured
November 1880, all
serial numbers
match, original wood
grips, completely restored with original
parts in 1995, $4000.
Call 850-640-3999
txt FL23902 to 56654
Spanish art
paintings & various
furniture pieces.
Call 850-624-0915
Park your car in
Classified and
see it take off in
the fast lane!
Best Oriental
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Health & Harmony
Nice Professional
QUALITY TOUCH!
914-9177.Lic #9026
Proudly Serving For
Over 25 years!
Jackson Farms
Now Open!
You pick Tomatoes &
Peppers 7 days a
week. Bring your own
5 gallon bucket.
850-592-5579
7681 Shady Grove Rd
Grand Ridge FL 32442
FREE but must haul
ALL items away: 9
sheets of plywood, 1
Rug Dr. carpet cleaner,
vacuum, 60 in tv/stand,
2 tvs, asst, rods &
reels, boat top, lawn
mower, 2 weed eaters.
Located
in
PCB
229-224-4959
text FL23832 to 56654
If you didn’t
advertise here,
you’re missing
out on potential
customers.
GUN SHOW
INTERSTATE
FAIRGROUNDS
June 27th & June 28th
SAT. 9-5 & SUN. 10-4
FREE PARKING
Info. (407) 275-7233
floridagunshows.com
Text FL23413 to 56654
Creamer’s Tree
Service
Call Jason @
(850)832-9343
Classifieds work!
Spanish art
paintings & various
furniture pieces.
Call 850-624-0915
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Beach Office
Space
800 s.f. convenient
to Middle Beach
Road. $600/mo
includes water
Jane Bondi Counts
Real Estate Group,
Inc. (850) 819-4268.
Property
Management
2bd/1bth Apt
$750-$800/mo
+dep., w/d incl’d
850-248-0048
2br,1.5ba Study
TH 1100sf, Quiet Area,
Near Navy Base.
2605 Redwood St.
No Pets $780/mo.
Call 850-832-1457
Text FL06698 to 56654
4br 3ba Fully furn.
condo
in
Mexico
Beach, Elec. & Water
incl.
$1500/mo
+
$1000/dep, non smoking env. no pets. Call
469-834-4630
txt FL23862 to 56654
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Notice
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subject to the Fair
Housing
Act
which
makes it illegal to advertise “any preference,
limitation or discrimination based on race,
color,
religion,
sex,
handicap, familial status
or national origin, or an
intention, to make any
such preference, limitation or discrimination”
Familial status includes
children under the age
of 18 living with parents
or legal custodians,
pregnant women and
people securing custody of children under
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of the law. Our readers
are hereby informed
that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper
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Suzuki Hayabusa
turbocharged enginelots of extra’s, $2,500
OBO. Call for details,
John Days:
850-624-5148
text FL23925 to 56654
Mercedez R350
4MATIC 2012, 32k
miles, nav., you name
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$32,000 Call
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Only 52k miles
Homes for Rent
Retired Military, DoD
& Tyndall Contractors On Base housing at Tyndall AFB is
now available!
Š 2 BR $1100
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Utilities included
Contact Balfour
Beatty at
844-334-0962 for
more information
Lincoln Navigator
2000, ready to sell
52k miles $6500
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