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Vol. 14, No. 23 | Thursday, November 20, 2014

NBVC wins Southwest Region excellence award


Naval Base Ventura County go on to compete at the Comhas been honored with the Navy mander, Navy Installations ComRegion Southwest 2015 Installa- mand (CNIC) level.
tion Excellence Award and will
Commander, Navy Region

Southwest (NRSW) named named the small installation winNBVC the winner in the large ner.
installation category. Naval Air
Weapons Station China Lake was
See AWARD, Page 24

Base access easier


for local golfers

Ashley Smith records the show being


put on by an elephant seal on San
Nicolas Island. Smith was one of
five ombudsmen who recently toured
the remote island, which is part of
Naval Base Ventura County. Page 17

Is your new years resolution to hit a hole-in-one at


the Seabee Golf Course?
Chances are that if you get your base-access form in
now, you could be working on that goal at the start of
2015, course officials say.
Earlier this year, that kind of turnaround was unheard
of. But with the backlog of base-access forms cleared
and with a reshuffling of staffing, most golfers are getting on Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Port Hueneme within three to four weeks of turning in the right
paperwork.
Thats according to James McShea, who now has the
title of Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Seabee Golf

Littoral Combat Ship crews guide a


fuel probe to the receiving station
as part of a three-day Underway
Replenishment (UNREP) training
at Naval Surface Warfare Center,
Port Hueneme Division. The crews
traveled from San Diego to attend
the training. Page 20

Greg Speth, an electronics engineer


at Naval Air Warfare Center
Weapons Division, gets help from
Pleasant Valley Gifted and Talented
Education (GATE) students in
explaining the concept of airplane
flight using the four forces of drag,
height, thrust and lift. Page 21

See GOLFERS, Page 23

Child-care hours expand

Photo by TSgt. Thomas Kessler / U.S. Air Force

A1C Patrick Disciascio of the Air Force 344th Training Squadron, Detachment 1,
places a flag on a veterans gravesite at Ivy Lawn Cemetery in Ventura. He was
one of 35 Air Force and Navy students at the detachments Vehicle Management
Schoolhouse who placed a total of 2,600 flags Saturday, Nov. 8, in honor of
Veterans Day. More Veterans Day stories, Pages 8, 9.

Parents who struggled to drop off their children at


on-base child care centers and still be at work on time
can breathe easier and slow down.
Child and Youth Programs (CYP) has expanded its
Monday through Friday hours and will now open at 6
a.m. instead of 6:30.
A lot of our service members were letting us know
that they needed to arrive at work by 0630, explained
CYP Installation Director Jacob Munyon.
The new hours are in alignment with other CYPs in
Navy Region Southwest.
Weekday closing time will continue to be 5:30 p.m.
The new hours take effect at all three child-care centers: NBVC Port Hueneme, NBVC Point Mugu and the
Catalina Heights housing complex in Camarillo.

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N a v a l B a s e V e nt u r a C o u nt y
Commanding Officer

Capt. LARRY VASQUEZ


Chief Staff Officer

CAPT. Scott Loeschke


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Thursday, November 20, 2014

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By Captain Larry Vasquez

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Command climate survey response low, but results show base is in great shape
Question: What happened with the command climate
survey? When are we going to be informed regarding the
results?
Answer: Thank you for asking about the command
climate survey. I held several survey debrief sessions
throughout October, visiting San Nicolas Island, meeting
with chiefs and officers, junior Sailors and civilians. Im
sorry you missed the talks, but Im glad you brought up the
survey.
According to those surveyed, the command is in great
shape. We are at or above the Navy average in 19 of 20 categories, and many who participated in the survey feel they
are a valued part of the command. We have some work to
do in addressing disability issues and in making our junior
civilians feel they are a well-informed part of the team.
I am concerned that so few people chose to participate
in the survey this year. Only 316 people, less than a quarter of the command, completed the anonymous survey.
Some would say If they didnt fill it out, then they must be

happy, but Im not one of those. This is an opportunity


for you to tell me how were doing, and how to do it better.
Each and every person is a valued member of the team,
and your input is critical to our continued improvement.
It is OK to tell me we are doing well or NTSR: Nothing
Significant To Report.
I hope that you all continue to offer the kind of honest,
detailed feedback Ive come to value, and that more of you
take the opportunity to use this valuable evaluation tool.
This is your command, and in many ways, I work for you.
Let me know how we are doing!
Do you have questions, comments, or suggestions?
I want to hear them! Reach me here by emailing lighthouse@navy.mil, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
NavalBaseVenturaCounty or on Twitter at www.twitter.
com/NBVCCalifornia. You can also go online to our
homepage at http://cnic.navy.mil/ventura/index.htm and use
the Commanding Officers Suggestion Box. I look forward
to hearing from you.

Please submit your questions or comments to Lighthouse Editor Andrea Howry at lighthouse@navy.mil

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NEX tradition will


take place before
Thanksgiving this year

Thanksgiving and wintertime holiday


events are beginning to take shape at Naval Base Ventura County.
If you know of an activity that isnt on
this list, let The Lighthouse know at lighthouse@navy.mil and well try to include
it in the next edition.
Navy Exchange Holiday Tree Lighting:
5:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 20, NBVC Port

Hueneme NEX. Festivities start at 4:30


p.m. with kids craft tables, color guard,
speeches and a choir performance.
Turkey giveaway: Turkeys and all the
trimmings will be given away to eligible
families at NBVC beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, behind Building 19, near
the Pleasant Valley Gate at NBVC Port
Hueneme. Eligibility requirements are
posted at the site. Active-duty military
members E-6 and below or their spouses
qualify; E-7 with two or more dependents
may qualify.
Feeding those in need: Volunteers are
needed to help serve Thanksgiving meals

from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 27,


at the Ventura County Rescue Mission,
234 E. 6th St., Oxnard. Sign up at the Seabee Chapel by calling 805-982-4358 or
emailing Teresa.bomba@navy.mil.
Treats for Troops: Anyone with base
access is invited to bake cookies and holiday goodies and drop them off at the
Fleet & Family Support Centers at NBVC
Port Hueneme and NBVC Point Mugu
by 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3. Volunteers
are needed to help package them throughout the day and deliver them to Sailors on
See HOLIDAY, Page 23

Photo by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse

plans since the last town hall in March.


He started with something that nobody
could have foreseen at the March event:
the influx of children crossing into the
United States without adults accompanying them. This humanitarian crisis
prompted the Department of Health and
Human Services to ask the military to help
shelter these children temporarily. NBVC
was the only Navy installation to do so;
other shelters opened at Joint Base San
Antonio-Lackland and Fort Sill in Oklahoma.
This went from Can you do it? to
Youre going to do it and theyll be here

in about a week, Vasquez told the group.


We were asked to do it, and we did it
very, very well.
More than 1,500 children were processed through the center for 10 weeks
beginning in early June. While the Department of Health and Human Services operated the facility, the base dealt with the
impact of having hundreds of additional
personnel on base, including all gate access
issues and media and VIP tours.
This was a significant effort for us,
Vasquez said.
See RETIREES, Page 24

HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE:
Friends of Port
Hueneme Library
event, noon to 3 p.m.,
Prueter Library, 510 Park Ave., Port
Hueneme. Info: 805-486-5460.

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WAX MUSEUM:
Youngsters at the
Camarillo Youth Center
in the Catalina Heights
housing complex dress up as their
favorite notable figure and say why
that person shows good character.
5:15 p.m. Info: 805-383-6240.

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THRIFT SHOP ELVES:


The Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS)
will have volunteer
elves available to help little ones
shop for their parents from 4 to
7 p.m. in the NMCRS Thrift Shop,
Bldg. 829, at the corner of Harris
Street and 15th Avenue, NBVC Port
Hueneme. Info: 805-982-4409.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Promising not to PowerPoint you to


death, Capt. Larry Vasquez, commanding officer of Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC), greeted dozens of retirees at the
Saturday, Nov. 8, Retiree Town Hall in
Dukes at NBVC Port Hueneme and updated them on base happenings and future

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TURKEY TROT:
Lunchtime 5K put on
by Morale, Welfare and
Recreation. 11 a.m.
registration, 11:30
a.m. run. Bee-Hive Gym, NBVC Port
Hueneme. Recycling information
will be distributed for America
Recycles Day. Info: 805-989-7728.

IMMIgration,
naturalization
workshop: 10
a.m. to noon, Region
Legal Service Office, Detachment
Ventura, Bldg. 1180. Signup
required. Info: 805-986-2358.

Retirees get update on future of NBVC


By Andrea Howry

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FOCUS STORYTIME:
10 to 11 a.m., lawn
outside FOCUS office,
Bldg. 41, NBVC Port
Hueneme. Info: 805-982-1976.

December

Capt. Larry Vasquez, commanding officer of Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC), addresses the Retiree Town Hall Saturday, Nov. 8, in
Dukes at NBVC Port Hueneme.

Commanding officer is
featured speaker at Nov.
8 town hall at Dukes

November

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Thursday, November 20, 2014




Sailors urged to settle these legal matters before deploying


The Region Legal Service Office
(RLSO) at Naval Base Ventura County
has issued this checklist for Sailors preparing to deploy.
Support: Make sure your dependents
will have an adequate and continuous
amount of support while you are deployed. You can set up allotments and
direct deposits, or consider having joint
checking and savings accounts. Make
sure that all dependents are registered
in DEERS, especially newborns.
Family care plan: Dual-military and
single parent military members must
complete a Family Care Plan designating
an individual to take care of children
during deployment. The person designated as caregiver must sign the form
agreeing to the plan.
Powers of attorney: Consider executing powers of attorney to authorize
people you trust to act on your behalf.
Powers of attorney are useful documents
for both married and single service mem-

bers. A power of attorney enables someone to pay your bills, register your car,
pay your taxes, ship your household
goods and do a multitude of other
things. Please refer to the RLSO handout on powers of attorney to determine
whether you need a specific or a general power of attorney.
Wills: Think about drafting or updating your will, especially if you have had
a child or gotten married. If you are not
sure if you need a will, you should refer
to the RLSO handout on wills.
Medical directives: An advance medical directive lets you choose whom you
wish to make medical decisions for you
if you are medically unable to make such
decisions yourself. A living will lets you
express your desires as to how you wish
to receive life-sustaining treatment.
Please refer to the RLSO handout on
advanced medical directives.
Life insurance: Make sure that your
life insurance beneficiaries are up to

date. Life insurance proceeds will not


pass through your will because your life
insurance policy is a contract between
you and the life insurance company. You
can name a child as a beneficiary, but
the money will go to the guardian of the
child until the child reaches the age of
majority, usually 18. If you want to leave
insurance proceeds to your children and
have someone other than the other biological parent manage the childrens
money, you should first see an attorney.
Leases: In cases where the monthly
rent is less than $2,465, military clauses
are no longer needed due to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA). Do
not attempt to break a lease without
consulting an attorney. Service members
can only break a lease if they have valid
PCS orders or if the service member is
deploying for a period of more than 90
days. Please consult the SCRA handout
for more information.

Credit report and active duty alert:


To help avoid identity theft, add an active duty alert to your credit reports by
calling any one of the three credit reporting agencies. Calling one places the
alert on file with the others. The active
duty alert requires the agencies to contact you directly to verify your identity
if someone requests credit in your name.
The number for TransUnion is 1-800680-7289. Equifax is 1-800-525-6285.
Experian is 1-800-397-3742. You should
also regularly check your credit history.
You are entitled to a free annual report
at www.annualcreditreport.com.

For more information on these and other


matters designed to help protect members
of the military, contact the Legal Assistance
Department, Region Legal Service Office
Southwest, Detachment Ventura, 2852 Harris
St., Bldg 1180, Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Port Hueneme or call (805) 982-3124.

NSWC PHD commanding officer meets with local leaders


By Tom Frazee
NSWC PHD

Speaking to the general membership at a Regional Defense Partnership for the 21st Century (RDP-21)
meeting Nov. 4, Capt. Eric H. Ver
Hage, commanding officer, Naval
Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD),
thanked the community for its support, shared specifics on the contributions his command makes in
support of the U.S. Navys operating forces, and discussed the positive economic, social and intellectual impact his workforce has on
the community within which they
work and live.
Ver Hage told the more than 50
business, government and academic leaders as well as active and
retired members of the Ventura
County Navy community that the
technical work accomplished at
NSWC PHD is in support of a
Navy that is more in demand
around the globe than ever.
As a designated Navy laboratory, NSWC PHDs customer is the
Fleet, Ver Hage said. We accomplish our mission with a world-class
team of engineers, technicians and

Photo by Tom Frazee / NSWC PHD

Capt. Eric H. Ver Hage, commanding officer, Naval Surface Warfare


Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD), discusses the importance
of technology transfer with members of the Regional Defense Partnership
for the 21st Century Nov. 4.

logisticians who are focused not


just on ensuring and improving
combat capabilities but driving
down operating costs as well.
During his talk, Ver Hage cited
statistics on patents awarded, the
number of Navy and Marine Corps
programs his command supports,

his annual financial numbers and


the significant number of visitors
that travel to his command each
year.
Ver Hage also talked about the
power of Technology Transfer
or T2, as it is known saying, T2
allows the Navy to share patented

Navy technology and collaboratively partner with local universities, colleges, government and nongovernment agencies and the
business community.
He also talked about the rich
potential for partnership with four
other Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) laboratories: the Naval
Research Laboratory; the Naval
Air Warfare Center Weapons Division at NBVC Point Mugu; the
Naval Post Graduate School Center for Asymmetric Warfare and
the Naval Facilities Commands
Engineering and Expeditionary
Warfare Center.
Discussions focused on Cooperative Research and Development
Agreements (CRADAs), ideas for
sharing patented Navy technology
through licensing agreements,
Educational Partnership Agreements (EPAs) that involve loan of
excess laboratory equipment, internship and fellowship opportunities and expanded opportunities
to work with industry partners.
This is the type of collaboration
that not only benefits the Navy, it
also positively impacts the local

community and local economy as


well, Ver Hage said. It is a real
win-win.
Speaking of his commands current collaboration with the University of California Santa Barbara,
California State University Channel Islands, Pepperdine University,
RDP-21 and others, he said, Im
pleased with the partnership we
already have between the Navy and
the community and am excited
about the new partnerships that are
in the works. When you bring all
these entities together with an eye
towards collective success and solving problems, the magic really happens.
He went on to say, In this economy and with the challenges our
Navy and nation face around the
globe today, this type of partnership is an imperative.
Ver Hage thanked RDP-21 for
its longtime support of his nearly
2,700 local civil servants, military
and contractor personnel.
As NSWC PHD is an awesome
asset to the Navy, this community
is an awesome asset to NSWC
PHD, he said.

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possible.
In addition to financial aid, there are
limited scholarships available. Here are a
few geared toward local military-connected students:
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Bee Club Can Do Scholarship: This
scholarship is open to any qualified student
graduating from a Ventura County high
school who is a dependent of any military
member assigned to a Ventura County
command. Visit www.BeeClub.org for more
information. Scholarship amount: $1,000.
Deadline: typically May 1. Current Infor-

mation is not yet available on the website,


so check regularly for updated information.
Seabee Memorial Scholarship: This is
open to sons, daughters, stepchildren and
grandchildren of regular, reserve, retired or
deceased officers or enlisted members who
have served or who are now serving with
the Naval Construction Force (Seabees) or
Navy Civil Engineer Corps, or who have
served but have since been honorably discharged. Scholarships are for four-year
bachelors degrees and are not available for
part-time or graduate study. See www.seabee.org for more information. Deadline:
April 15.
Navy League Foundations Scholarship
Program: Currently, the foundation has 25
endowed scholarships. The foundation also
awards several one-year scholarships on
behalf of other military and civilian foundations, and Navy League Councils across the
United States provide additional scholarships to students and Sea Cadets in their
cities and regions. See www.navyleague.org
for more information. Deadline: March 1.
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society:
NMCRS education programs help eligible

Navy and Marine Corps families pursue


academic goals by assisting with education
financing. See www.nmcrs.org/education for
more information. Scholarship amount varies. Deadline: May 1.
Defense Commissary Agency: Application and essay requirements will be available
Dec. 15. At least one scholarship will be
awarded at every commissary with qualified
applicants. See www.militaryscholar.org for
more information. Scholarship amount:
$2,000.
Wings Over America Scholarship: College scholarships are for dependent children
and spouses of those who served in Naval
Air Forces. See www.wingsoveramerica.us
for more information. Pre-qualification
deadline: March 1.
Anchor Scholarship: Pre-qualification
applications are due March 1. See www.
anchorscholarship.com or email admin@
anchorscholarship.com for information.
Additional scholarships can be found at:
www.mcsfex.net or www.fastweb.com.
The NBVC school liaison officer can be
contacted at 805-989-5211 or via email at
NBVC_SLO@navy.mil.

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Planning for college is a year-round task,


but the beginning of the calendar year is
the prime time to begin completing financial aid and scholarship applications.
The Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) is available Jan. 1 for the
2015-2016 school year. Even if families
have not completed their taxes, they can
complete the FAFSA with estimated figures
and update it later with accurate information. Its important to complete it as soon
as possible for several reasons.
The Cal Grant is a state grant awarded
to students based on income and academic eligibility. The deadline to apply is March
2. Completing the FAFSA and a Cal Grant
GPA verification form by March 2 is necessary. A high school counselor can assist
with the verification form.
There is a new middle-income grant from
California for families earning up to
$100,000 who do not qualify for Cal Grants
or Pell Grants. The benefit is a 40 percent
break on tuition and fees. For families with
income between $100,001 and up to
$150,000, theres a 10 percent tuition break.
There is limited funding, so students in this
category should file as soon after Jan. 1 as

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Following God isnt supposed to be drudgery


I often run into people who want to
walk in obedience to God, but find that
their desires on a day-to-day basis seem
to conflict with this purpose. The difficulty, it would seem, is that having a relationship with God appears to require a
great deal of self-denial and forgoing the
satisfaction of desires that do not fit Gods
ideal for a persons life.
However, those desires themselves do
not simply go away, and the frustration
people feel when their desires go unsatisfied often sours their experience of God.
In fact, having a relationship with God
can easily become a drudgery.
Obedience in such cases is fueled by fear
of future punishment for not measuring
up to Gods standard. God becomes a
frightful ogre, and people in this situation
can easily and understandably become resentful.
The problem is one of perspective. There
is not a single instance in Scripture, at least
not that I am aware of, where God commands obedience and self-denial where he
does not also hold out a corresponding
reward as a motivation.
For instance, Jesus says, If anyone
would come after me, let him deny himself
and take up his cross daily and follow me.

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For whoever would save his life will lose


it, but whoever loses his life for my sake
will save it (Luke 9:2324).
That is about as intense a self-denial
passage as one will find in the Bible.
However, it is important not to lose sight
of the motivation held out to the one who
would follow Jesus: life. Life in this instance refers to the fullness of eternal life
and all that comes with it. The reasoning
is simple: If you want to live in the truest
sense of the word, then deny yourself.
Jesus is not telling anybody that they
have to live a miserable existence of unsatisfied desires just because that is the
type of drudgery God wants people to

experience in life. Rather, Jesus is telling


people to deny themselves the fleeting and
empty pleasures of this world and gain
for themselves the greater and permanent
pleasures of the world to come.
C.S. Lewis once put it this way: It
would seem that Our Lord finds our desires not too strong, but too weak. We are
half-hearted creatures, fooling about with
[earthly pleasures] when infinite joy is offered us, like an ignorant child who wants
to go on making mud pies in a slum because he cannot imagine what is meant by
the offer of a holiday at the sea. We are
far too easily pleased.
If you find yourself becoming disheartened by what you perceive to be the drudgery of following God, perhaps you need
only to lay hold of the biblical motivation
held out to you in order to have your perspective changed. The life of Gods people
is supposed to be one of joyous anticipation of the good life to come, not a continual mourning of the life left behind that
was not going to satisfy or last forever
anyway.
To quote C.S. Lewis again: If I find in
myself desires which nothing in this world
can satisfy, the only logical explanation is
that I was made for another world.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Tea for a Cause tackles some difficult issues

How domestic abuse and


sexual violence affects victims
and their families was the topic of this years Tea for a Cause,
held Saturday, Nov. 8, at the
Seabee Chapel.
Last years inaugural event
dealt with breast cancer.
Lt. Lesa Welliver, the staff
chaplain who organized both
events, explained why she chose
such difficult topics for the afternoon teas.
First, she said, she wanted to
create a warm and gentle setting for topics that are usually
discussed in a clinical manner.
Second, she said, I couldnt
ask for more warm and caring
people to discuss these difficult topics.
And third, Everyone has
been affected by one or both of
these topics, she said, adding

Photos by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse

Julie Whirlow, left, the sexual assault response coordinator at Naval


Base Ventura Countys Fleet & Family Support Center, and Rosie
Flores, the domestic abuse victim advocate, speak at the tea.

that she wanted to not only get


information out, but also to
educate people on how they can
help others to heal.
Fifteen attended the tea,
which featured as guest speakers Rosie Flores, the domestic
abuse victim advocate at Naval
Base Ventura Countys Fleet &

Family Support Center (FFSC),


and Julie Whirlow, the sexual
assault response coordinator
for the FFSC.
During breaks, the chapels
music director Niccole Modell
played the flute and Nick Akdag played bassoon.
Much of Whirlows talk fo-

cused on reasons why victims


dont report sexual violence
and an all-too-common fear
that they wont be believed. She
discussed tonic immobility
a condition in which the
body shuts down and the victim
is physically unable to fight
back, bolstering a defendants
contention that since there were
no bruises, the sex was consensual.
Flores also discussed bruises on the inside non-physical abuse that can be just as
damaging, like belittling, withholding affection and restricting someones ability to come
and go freely.
The strongest risk factor to
being abused or being an abuser is being a witness to abusive
behavior, Flores said.
We default to what we know,
what weve learned, she said.

Worship schedule
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.
Thursday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appointment only
Womens Bible Studies
Tuesday: 10 a.m., I Kings.
Wednesday: 9:30 a.m., Anointed,
Transformed, Redeemed. Childcare.
Mens Bible Studies
Thursday: 11:30 a.m., Lessons from
James: This Changes Everything.
Lunch provided.
Soup Fellowship Study
Sunday: 5 p.m., The Truth Project.
Potluck.
Catholic Religious Education
For grades 1 through 8
Tuesdays, 5:15 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 opportunity
Serving a Thanksgiving Meal
Volunteers are needed to help serve
Thanksgiving meals at the Ventura
County Rescue Mission from 11 a.m to
1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 27. To sign up,
call the Seabee Chapel at 805-9824358 or email teresa.bomba@navy.mil.

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St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School in Camarillo used Veterans Day to offer up a lesson on todays
Navy.
Kindergartners through eighth-graders attended a patriotic ceremony in the courtyard Monday,
Nov. 10, then broke into three groups to watch a
video presented by Electronics Technician 1st Class
Chris Huddleston of Air Operations at Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu.
The video, shot during Huddlestons deployment
in 2008, showed what life is like on a ship and some
of the work the Navy does abroad.
We paint schools. We catch bad guys. We feed
people. We refuel the ship, Huddleston told the
students.
The video showed Sailors getting a haircut
Yes, we had barbershops on the ship, Huddleston
explained and spending spare time playing
bingo, fishing and swimming in the ocean.
There were also shots of Sailors painting a
school and sinking a fishing boat that had bad
stuff on it, Huddleston told the students.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

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In Veterans Day presentation, Sailor


tells students what Navy life is like

 


We paint schools. We
catch bad guys. We feed
people. We refuel the ship.
ET1 Chris Huddleston
Air Operations, NBVC Point Mugu

He also brought foreign money much of it


from Oman and Tanzania and his Navy achievement awards for students to see.
Its great that our students have the opportunity to not only say thank you, but also to learn
about life in the military, principal Mike Ronan
said. We are so close to the base, and we have
several students from military families here.
He noted that for these students, Mom or Dad
is often deployed, missing birthdays and holidays.
We want all our students to understand the
sacrifices their classmates make, he said.

Photo by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse

ET1 Chris Huddleston of Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu
Air Operations chats with kindergartners and first-graders at St. Mary
Magdalen Catholic School in Camarillo Monday, Nov. 10.

92-year-old served
in Coast Guard
during Battle of
Tarawa
By Andrea Howry

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Veteran tours todays version of ship he sailed in WWII

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SSgt. Ted Lahti listens as World


War II Coast Guard veteran George
Photos by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse Mills discusses differences in the
From left, World War II Coast Guard veteran George Mills, his wife Robin, and SSgt. Ted Lahti of the Armys Landing Craft Utility 2000 and its
481st Transportation Company (Heavy Boat) chat on board U.S. Army Vessel Monterrey, a Landing Craft predecessor, the Landing Ship,
Utility (LCU) 2000 homeported at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Port Hueneme.
Tank (LST) Mills sailed to the Battle
time, sailed to the Gilbert Islands of Tarawa.

was Collins who got Mills to open


up about his time in World War
II and who arranged the tour for
the Burbank couple on Friday,
Nov. 7.
That was just a few days short
of the 71st anniversary of the
Battle of Tarawa, where more
than 6,000 perished between Nov.

20 and Nov. 23, 1943, including


more than 1,600 Americans. It
was a crucial victory for the
United States, which had sent
35,000 to fight in the Gilbert Islands, a stronghold that would
lead the way to victories in the
Marshall Islands.
Mills, just 20 years old at the

equally astonished to see a red


sign saying port to the left of
the ships wheel and a green sign
saying starboard to the right.
Its required in international
shipping regulations because of
the FNs (Foreign Nationals) that
serve on board other merchant
ships, Lahti explained.
And Mills chuckled when he
learned the Monterrey has auto
pilot.
We didnt have that, he
said.
As the tour wrapped up, Lahti
and Hogan surprised the visitors
with another modern-day convenience: MREs (Meals Ready
to Eat). One was Chili with
Beans, another was Penne with
Vegetable Sausage Crumble in a
Spicy Tomato Sauce.
Mills said he appreciated the
tour, but Lahti said he and Hogan were the real winners that
day.
This is an honor, Lahti
said.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

George Mills, who served as a boatswains mate 2nd class in the Coast
Guard during World War II, tours U.S. Army Vessel Monterrey, a Landing
Craft Utility (LCU) 2000 homeported at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Port Hueneme. The LCU is a modern-day version of the Landing
Ship, Tank (LST) Mills sailed to the Battle of Tarawa.

in the LST, then piloted Higgins


boats filled with Marines to
Tarawa. The United States had
not been expecting the strong
defense against the amphibious
landings, and losses were
heavy.
Those poor Marines, Mills
recalled. They were so nervous.
Collins pointed out the danger
Mills faced in those Higgins
boats.
The Coasties were driving
those boats, he said. They were
the target.
Mills much preferred talking
about the earlier days of LST205, about sailing down the Mississippi and finding bottles of
booze Rosie the Riveter and
her cohorts had hidden for the
young men they knew would be
going off to war.
He also enjoyed hearing the
stories about todays ships.
He was astonished to learn the
Monterrey would soon be getting satellite television. He was

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A 92-year-old Coast Guard


veteran who fought in the Battle
of Tarawa during World War II
stepped back in time this month
when he toured the modern-day
version of the vessels that took
him to the Gilbert Islands more
than 70 years ago.
Theyre radically different,
said George Mills, who served as
a boatswains mate 2nd class during World War II. What a wonderful experience!
The tour of the U.S. Army Vessel Monterrey, a Landing Craft
Utility (LCU) 2000 homeported
at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Port Hueneme, was provided by Staff Sgt. Ted Lahti,
chief mate of the vessel, and
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Paul Hogan. Both are with the Armys
481st Transportation Company
(Heavy Boat), a tenant command
on base that keeps four LCUs in
the port.
Even though its 20 years old,
the Monterrey is light years ahead
of the Landing Ship, Tank (LST)
Mills sailed in 1942 and 1943
from its launch in Seneca, Ill.,
down the Mississippi River to
New Orleans, then through the
Panama Canal to San Francisco,
Alaska, and on to the Pacific
Theater.
But in a conversation with Hogan, the men agreed that while
the metals in the hull change, the
basics of sailing stay the same.
Theres still a compass and a
ships wheel.
And when it comes to these
landing ships, theres still bulk.
LST: Long Slow Target,
Mills laughed, and Lahti
agreed.
With Mills on the tour was his
wife, Robin, and friend Chris
Collins of Oxnard. A former
corpsman in the Coast Guard, it

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Federal workers check up on their health, benefits at fairs


Hundreds of federal workers took advantage of the opportunity to ask questions directly of the people who work for
the companies that provide their health
benefits during health fairs earlier this
month at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC).
The health fair at NBVC Port Hueneme
was held Wednesday, Nov. 5, at Dukes;
the one at NBVC Point Mugu was held
Thursday, Nov. 6, at Bldg. 366 in the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division
(NAWCWD) complex. Nearly two dozen
health care providers and insurance companies attended each event.
Federal workers have until Monday,
Dec. 8, to decide what health plans they
want for 2015. If they dont request any
changes, their choices for 2014 are automatically renewed, and any modifications
the company made to that plan for 2015
take effect.
Loretta Mitchell, a human resources
specialist for Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD)
and a coordinator for the Port Hueneme
fair, said benefits change every year.
Its very important for people to find

Its a way for us to compare, she said.


We can see whats new, whats
changed.
The health fair was also a chance for
local providers to show the newest advances in medical technology.
Brittany Schaefer, a clinical representative with the Oxnard Sleep Disorders
Clinic, showed the new jaw repositioning
device for people with sleep apnea a
device that is now covered by some insurance policies.
The Harbor Landing Health Center
provided free massages and spinal evaluations.
Kathy Davis, a nurse practitioner with
Kaiser Permanente, gave free blood pressure exams, and retiree Frank Kennedy
took her up on the offer.
Ive had four cups of coffee and three
cigarettes today, he explained as he rolled
Photo by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse up his sleeve. It might be a little high.
It was.
Kathy Davis, a nurse practitioner with Kaiser Permanente, prepares to check retiree Frank
Davis suggested he follow up with his
Kennedys blood pressure during a health fair Wednesday, Nov. 5, at Naval Base Ventura
doctor, then offered some friendly advice
County (NBVC) Port Hueneme. After a high reading, she urged him to stop smoking.
Kennedy was already expecting:
out about these changes, she said.
PHD, agreed the health fairs are helpId encourage you to stop smoking,
Nancy Flores, a logistician with NSWC ful.
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turkey fryers with the UL mark.


Experts recommend that consumers
who choose to fry turkeys at home follow these safety guidelines:
Keep fryer in full view while the
burner is on.
Place fryer in an open area away
from all walls, fences or other structures.
Never use a fryer in, on or under a
garage, breezeway or any structure that
can catch fire.
Make sure there is at least 2 feet of
space between the propane tank and
the fryer burner.
Center the pot over the burner on
the cooker.
Check the oil temperature frequently.
If the oil begins to smoke, immediately turn off the gas supply.
Raise and lower food slowly to re-

duce splatter and avoid burns.


Cover bare skin with well-insulated
potholders or oven mitts when removing or adding food.
Completely thaw and dry the turkey
before cooking. Partially frozen and/or
wet turkeys can produce excessive hot
oil splatter when added to oil.
Never leave the fryer unattended.
Never let children or pets near the
fryer when in use.
If a fire occurs, immediately call 91-1.
Do not use water on a grease fire.
While awaiting the fire departments
arrival, an all-purpose fire extinguisher can be used if you have one ready
and know how to use it.
For additional information on fire
prevention safety for your home or facility, contact the NBVC Fire Prevention Office at 805-989-0112.

First Lights on Afterschool event held at NBVC


Its a time to celebrate
programs that nurture
children and let kids
and parents have fun
together
Nearly 100 children and their parents
attended the first annual Lights on Afterschool Spooktacular at the Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC) Port Hueneme Youth Center.
Launched in October 2000, Lights on
Afterschool is the only nationwide event
that celebrates afterschool programs and
their important role in the lives of children, families and communities. It is
organized by the Afterschool Alliance
to draw attention to the many ways these
programs support students.
The NBVC event took place from 5 to
7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23. Children and
their families competed in costume and
pumpkin-decorating contests and pumpkin bowling and worked together at craft
tables and the popular candy apple
bar.
The goal of the event was to highlight
the different core areas the arts, health
and life skills, sports, fitness and recreation, and science and technology that
we incorporate daily at the center, said

Photo by Renee Benavidez / Child Youth Programs

BU3 Loren Mitre of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3 enjoys the candy apple bar with
her kids Rebekkah, 6, and Mia, 5, during the LIghts on Afterschool Spooktacular.

Kristina Palomares, director of the Port


Hueneme Youth Center. This was a fun
and interactive way to give parents a feel
for what their children do while they are
here at the center.
Christina Rudy, a Department of Defense civilian whose children attend the
afterschool program at NBVC, said she
enjoyed the evening.
We like going to these activities that

they do for the kids, she said. It keeps


them entertained, plus its a safe place
to go. The staff at the center are fun to
be around and are great with the kids.
My kids love going there.
Reservist Sabrina Contreras agreed.
The children had a field day, as they
were able to display their sense of creativity in all the activities that were presented to them, she said.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Tax season is right around the corner,


and the Self-Service Tax Assistance Program at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) needs volunteers.
This program helps active duty service
members, military dependents and retirees prepare their federal and state income
tax returns. Without volunteers, service
members and their families would have
to prepare their own taxes or pay $100
or more to a tax preparer.
Last year, volunteers at the NBVC
center helped complete more than 1,050
federal and state tax returns, yielding the
military community more than $1.3 million in refunds. It also saved these taxpayers thousands of dollars in tax preparation fees.
The Self-Service Tax Assistance Program is sponsored each year by the Region Legal Service Office, Detachment
Ventura. All volunteers will receive free
training to become a federal and California state tax preparer. Training is usually the first two weeks in January.
For more information or to sign up as
a volunteer, call Sal Gonzales at (805)
982-4548.

As the holiday season approaches, the


Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC)
Fire Prevention Safety Office reminds
everyone that except in Navy housing,
turkey fryers are prohibited on Navy
Region Southwest government facilities.
This in accordance with NRSWINST
11320.1E and by recommendation of
the National Fire Protection Association, the American Burn Institute and
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL).
UL has determined that although
deep-frying turkeys for the holidays has
become popular over the years, the increasing number of fires related to turkey fryers is a risk that outweighs the
benefits of the appliance.
UL points to several common problems that lead to fires and burns. As a
result of these concerns and its own
testing, to date UL has not certified any

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The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, which provides emergency financial


assistance, loans and budget workshops
for Sailors and Marines, has several
events coming up through the end of the
year.
The NMCRS office will be closed
Wednesday, Nov. 25 through Friday,
Nov. 27, for Thanksgiving. Normal hours
are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through
Friday. The office is in the NBVC Port
Hueneme Welcome Center, 2600 Dodson
St., Suite 1. Info: 982-4409.
The NMCRS Thrift Shop is open
from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Mondays and
Wednesdays. It is located in Bldg. 829,
at the corner of Harris Street and 15th
Avenue, NBVC Port Hueneme. It will be
closed Monday, Nov. 24, and Wednesday,
Nov. 26, for the Thanksgiving holidays.
A Budget for Baby workshop is
scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 11 a.m.
Learn how your bundle of joy will affect
your budget, and pick up a free bag with
infant items, including a handmade baby
blanket.
Thrift Shop elves will be available to
help little ones shop for their parents
from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18.

Special care required around turkey fryers

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CHILI!
Judges arent buffaloed:
Bison is the winning
ingredient in annual
commissary contest
By Andrea Howry

Thursday, November 20, 2014

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At last years chili cookoff, the adage


Everythings better with bacon proved
true.
This year, it was Everythings better with
bison.
And bratwurst.
Construction Mechanic 1st Class Jason
Young of the Naval Construction Training
Center took first place in the Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) commissarys third
annual chili cookoff Saturday, Nov. 8, with
a recipe that had bison, bratwurst, hot Italian sausage, beef tenderloin and a host of
other ingredients.
Its just something Ive made for awhile,
said the Wisconsin native, who entered the
contest at the urging of Chief Utilitiesman
Miguel Fernandez.
Last years chili with bacon recipe came
in second out of the nine competitors.
No major changes, said Amber Bugs,
the spouse of Chief Builder Andy Bugs of
NBVC. It still has garlic, chipotle, bacon
and love.
The third-place winner was a chicken chili
made by Kim Hall, the spouse of Builder
1st Class Eric Hall of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3.
This years judges were Mike Coronel of
Emcor Services, which provides facilities
maintenance services for the commissary;
James Douglass, a sales representative for
commissary vendor CMS; and Alex Nungaray, the softlines division manager for the
Navy Exchange next door.
Velma Siler, director of the commissary,
said judging was close.
This was very difficult, she said.
As soon as the winners were announced,
commissary customers took over the tasting
duties.
Kris Fabbro, who was shopping with his
wife, Personnel Specialist Seaman Ashley
Fabbro of the Personnel Support Detachment, was partial to the chili made by Veronica Garrett, a passport agent with the
Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme
Division.
Its just like a meal, he said. Hers tastes

Photos by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse

Judging the nine entries in the third annual Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) commissary chili cookoff are, from left, Alex Nungaray,
the softlines division manager for the Navy Exchange; Mike Coronel of Emcor Services, which provides facilities maintenance services
for the commissary; and James Douglass, a sales representative for commissary vendor CMS.

like dinner.
Garretts main ingredients were pinto
beans, a French onion soup mix and Tabasco.
Seabee veteran Melanie Canaday served
up a chili made with chuck roast, bacon,
black and red beans and several different
chili peppers, including jalapeno, habanero
and Thai.
For me, its got a little kick, she said.
But I guess for everybody else, its a lot.
Everyone had a special ingredient.
Ricks Chili, made by Navy retiree Rick
Patterson, had onions and bell peppers that
had been cooked in bacon grease. It also had
three types of beans and fire-roasted tomatoes.
Jasmine Reese, whose husband is Aircrew
Survival Equipmentman 2nd Class Quinton
Reese of Fleet Readiness Center Southwest,
Point Mugu Detachment, used sweet onion.
Lt. Col. Mike Dugas of the California Air
National Guard 146th Airlift Wing said he
used only healthy ingredients and let all the
flavors marry in a slow cooker set on low.
Only 106 calories per half cup, he
said.
But it was Hospital Corpsman 1st Class

CM1 Jason Young of the Naval Construction


Training Center serves up his first-place chili
Saturday, Nov. 8. His recipe included bison,
bratwurst, hot Italian sausage and beef
tenderloin.

Anthony Diaz of the Naval Branch Health


Clinic who had the most unusual ingredient.
When asked the secret to his recipe, the firsttime contestant gave a sly smile.
Determination, he said.

Jasmine Reese, the spouse of PR2 Quinton


Reese of Fleet Readiness Center Southwest,
Point Mugu Detachment, spoons out her
chili for commissary customers to taste.
Her ingredients included chives and sweet
onion.

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Command ombudsmen get tour of San Nicolas Island


NBVC Public Affairs

You dont have to live in Southern California long before you start hearing about
the Channel Islands and their natural
beauty. Catalina is a vacation destination,
Anacapa is great for kayaking. Five of the
islands are part of a national park.
Then theres San Nicolas Island (SNI),
one of three Channel Islands owned by
the U.S. Navy and one of two with highly restricted access due to ongoing Navy
operations.
Oct. 29, five command family liaisons
ombudsmen in Navy lingo took the
opportunity to visit SNI and learn more
about what the Navy does 65 miles offshore and how Sailors and civilians working there live.
SNI, part of Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC), is an integral part of the Point
Mugu Sea Test Range, housing instrumentation antennas, radars and a missile impact site. Its remote nature makes it ideal
for testing, but it poses difficult logistical
challenges, too.
This is really a great opportunity for
us as liaisons, said Kyleen Santomauro,
representing Air Test and Evaluation
Squadron (VX) 30. So few people get a
chance to come out and learn about what
we do here.
In addition to learning about the logis-

Due to its remote nature, San Nicolas Island


is resupplied via barge and C-130 aircraft.
The tour caught the barge operation in full
swing. The pier at SNI is not in a protected
harbor there are none at SNI and
requires a specially-fitted barge for safe
operations. Sensitive to weather and sea
state, barge operations are often delayed,
added to logistical challenges of operating
on the remote island.

tical challenges of the island limited


cargo flights, barge delays due to weather,
and the intricacies of making your own
water through reverse osmosis the tour
group learned about the environmental
and cultural resources that island staff are
charged with preserving.
Natural Resources Manager Bill Hoyer
led the group through a tour of the islands
nursery, which is being used to start seed-

lings and cuttings from multiple plant


species native to the island. The plants will
be transferred and replanted around the
island as erosion protection.
The tour also included a walk down the
beach near the reverse osmosis plant,
where one of the visitors spotted something unexpected: a bleached bone lying
on the sand.
Hoyer spotted more bones strewn on
the beach.
That is, most likely, a sea lion vertebrae, Hoyer said. This is a natural beach,
not cleaned and raked like a tourist beach.
They live here, and they die here.
SNI has some of the largest breeding
populations of California sea lions and
elephant seals in the world, Hoyer said.
After admonishing the group to be as
quiet and calm as possible, he took them
close to a resting group of elephant
seals.
Bill was so sweet and taught us so many
great and unique things about the island,
said Kristina Vargas, ombudsman for Carrier Airborne Command and Control
Squadron (VAW) 113. They were absolutely breathtaking to see up close.
All I want to know, said Desiree Kessler, key spouse for the Air Force 344th
Training Squadron, Detachment 1, at
NBVC Port Hueneme, is when is the next
tour? This is great!

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Kristina Vargas checks out the bottommost foundation of what will become a wind
turbine at SNI. Eventually, seven turbines will
help power the island; currently, five diesel
generators keep the island running. The first
of the wind turbines at SNI is expected to be
completed in the next six months, according
to Lt. Marcus Kline, acting officer in charge
on the island.

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Photos by Kimberly Gearhart / NBVC Public Affairs


Natural Resources Manager Bill Hoyer talks elephant seals with live visual aids with
From
left,
Kyleen
Santomauro,
Desiree
Kessler, Kristina Vargas, Ashley Smith and Heather
ombudsmen from commands at NBVC. San Nicolas Island hosts a large, diverse group of
marine mammals, including elephant seals, California sea lions and Southern sea otters. Lum try to guess the origin of two bones on the beach at San Nicolas Island.

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Nurse Advice Line available


for traveling military families
The holidays are almost here, and that
often means travel for the military family.
If you or someone in your family has a
medical problem while youre away from
home, you can call the Nurse Advice Line
(NAL) with concerns and needs.
The NAL is the military health systems
new initiative to improve ready access to
safe, high-quality care. Calling the NAL
gives you access to the advice you need at
the right time. Call 1-800-TRICARE (8742273), Option 1, to talk to a registered
nurse who can answer your urgent-care
questions, give you health care advice, help
you find a doctor or schedule a next-day
appointment at a military hospital or
clinic.
If you or a member of your family gets
ill while you are traveling, calling the NAL

can help you figure out what steps to


take.
The nurse will ask about symptoms
and provide advice on whether you need
to seek care and when.
When you are traveling, the NAL
nurse will help you find a safe, highquality health care facility in the TRICARE network.
If you are a military hospital or clinic enrollee, the NAL will send a followup note to your primary care manger
and medical team back home so they
know how you are doing.
The NAL is available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
For more information on accessing the
NAL while on the go, visit www.TRICARE.mil/NAL.

Security Office reminder: Base


access for FNs can take time
As the holiday season gets under
way, the Security Management Office
is issuing a reminder to all personnel
regarding foreign nationals (FNs)
aboard Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC).
Sponsors of FNs, including friends
and family of military personnel living
in base housing (designated as unofficial FN visitors), must fill out a
Foreign National Request Form and
fax or email it, along with a copy of
the FNs passport, to the Security
Management Office at least two business days before they want to come on
base.
After approval, sponsors may pick
up the orange FN badge from the Pass
& ID office. The badge must be worn
at all times while on the installation.
FNs staying in the Catalina Heights
military housing complex need not go
through this process unless they want
to come on base for any reason, including shopping at the commissary or
NEX or to use recreational facilities.
Cases involving base access for official military and civilian work-related reasons are usually handled via
the tenant commands foreign national security managers.

NBVC defines FNs as individuals 18


and older who are not U.S. citizens or,
regardless of citizenship, are representing a foreign government, corporation
or entity or an FN doing business with
a Department of Defense component
or contractor. This includes companies
incorporated in the United States but
under foreign ownership, control or
influence. Legal permanent residents
with lawful permanent resident cards
are not considered FNs.
Once on base, unofficial FNs must
be escorted at all times around the installation.
Around the holidays, FN-related issues mostly involve unofficial visits.
Approximately two dozen cases occur
each season where FNs try to gain access without proper authorization.
This is generally attributable to someone with base access trying to come
aboard with a friend or family member
who is an FN without prior authorization.
The visitor request form and more
information concerning the access program can be found online at cnic.navy.
mil/ventura under Visitors and base
access information on the right-hand
side of the page.

Military lifestyle can foster resiliency in many families

decisions independently.
Children in military families can have a
strong sense of belonging because of the
value of teamwork, camaraderie and community that is part of both the command
environment and the military community
in general. Our own counselors at the
FFSC have noticed that military children
are often proud of their parents service
to our country, that that they are more
open to differences of others and inclusive
of other children, and that they show maturity because they are focused and goaldirected. Another study shows that families with deployed parents may grow
closer together, and that children in these
families show more independence and
responsibility.
There is strong evidence that all of the
branches of the armed forces have shown

support and appreciation for family members of Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen. They have shown support by creating
programs such as the FFSC and the ombudsman program. There used to be a
saying that If the military wanted you to
have a family, they would have issued you
one, but it is clear that this attitude has
changed. Each branch has recognized that
family relationships need to be supported
and stable in order for the service member
to be mission ready.
While researching this article, I noticed
that most of the writing I found focused
on how many sacrifices military families
make and how hard it is for them. Many
of the families I see in my counseling practice at the FFSC are having difficulties
with issues such as deployment, PCS,
geobachelor arrangements, school changes, separation from family of origin, loss
of friends, PTSD and difficulty pursuing
a career. To be honest, this has, at times,
influenced my thoughts about how hard
military life is for families in general.
However, after interviewing other military spouses who are not coming for counseling, I found that they tended to have a
very positive view of their experience as
a military spouse and that they are not
particularly focused on how hard it is for
them. In fact, many of them really didnt
feel the need to be appreciated for their
role as a military spouse, which made me

feel even more appreciative of them! They


said things like, I knew what I was getting
into. While I only interviewed a small
number of other military spouses, I would
like to think that military families are generally thriving.
It would be a mistake to end this article
without acknowledging that some military
families are called on to make the ultimate
sacrifice by losing their family member
due to his or her service in the military. In
addition, there are other family members
who must learn to cope with very serious
injuries to their military members during
their time in the service. These sacrifices
are a major difference between military
families and most civilian families. This
article has been about appreciating the
resiliency of military families. However,
these sacrifices must be stated. It takes
strength to face these sacrifices, and that
strength comes from a foundation of resiliency.
If you have a chance to show appreciation for a particular military family, you
might make a point of noting how well
they are coping and even thriving under
difficult circumstances. This is the kind of
appreciation that helps to empower people
to deal with the hard parts of life.

Register via Command Career Counselor.


Capstone Workshop/Individual Transition Plan Review: For those who have
completed Transition GPS to ensure Career Readiness Standards have been met.
Every Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon. Register
with command career counselor.
VA Rep Office: Assists with claims
and medical records at the FFSC office
Tuesdays and Wednesdays; walk-ins welcome. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Information: 424901-9006.
Career Support and Retention VA Paperwork Assistance: Hands on
assistance in filing, reopening or appealing
Transition Assistance Program your VA claim. Active duty, veterans,
Mondays-Fridays, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. widows, walk-ins welcome! Every third
daily. XGPS is Dec. 1-5; GPS is Dec. 8-12. or fourth Wednesday of the month. Call

805-982-5037 to confirm dates.


Federal Employment and Resume:
Learn about resumes, relevant websites
and the application process for federal
jobs. Thurs., Nov. 20, 2 to 4 p.m., Port
Hueneme; Thurs., Dec. 4, 2 to 4 p.m.,
Point Mugu.
Writing the Perfect Resume and Cover Letter: Learn cutting-edge resume and
cover letter techniques to successfully
present your skills. Tues., Dec. 2, 2 to 4
p.m.
Excel Basics: Learn how to use Microsoft Office Excel 2007 software for
both personal and professional use.
Thurs., Dec. 4, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Visit the FFSC Job Board: http://nbvcffscjobresources.wordpress.com.

Relocation Assistance

with Steve

Henry

Steven W. Henry, MFT, is a clinical


counselor with the Fleet & Family Support
Center at Naval Base Ventura County.

Sponsor Training: Ensure that designated personnel have the necessary training
to fulfill their role as command sponsors.
Thurs., Dec. 4, 1 to 2 p.m.

Free Food Distribution


Saturdays, Nov. 22, Dec. 20, 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Food is distributed at Bldg. 19, near the
Pleasant Valley Gate on NBVC Port Hueneme behind Print Shop on the loading dock.
Bring a laundry basket to carry your items.
Food items vary from month to month. One
issue per family. Bring LES; income guideline
statement available at distribution site. Eligibility: Active duty E-7 and below with two
or more dependents may qualify.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Toll-free appointment scheduling service: 1-866-923-6478, call 24 hours a day,


seven days a week. Confidential clinical
counseling and many other support services are available at the Fleet and Family Support 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 otherwise noted. Call 9825037 for more information. Child care
option available with prior registration.

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resiliency

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Military families are often very resilient,


even though they face many challenges
that civilian families dont experience. In
my counseling practice at the Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC), I frequently
use the saying, What you focus on grows.
If we focus too long on how difficult the
deployments are, the frequent moves and
the school changes, we will start to feel
bad. On the other hand, if we focus on
the ways we are coping and even thriving,
then we will feel better. So, if we give a lot
of attention to the positive and a little attention to the negative, we tend to feel a
sense of having more control in our
lives.
What can be said about military family
resilience? For starters, there is the fact
that military marriages are just as likely
to work out as civilian marriages, even
though military marriages go through
stressful situations that civilian marriages
never see. A recent study on the military
divorce rate shows that service members
are more likely to be married than civilians
and that the divorce rate among military
couples and civilian couples is basically
the same, even though there are long separations and other demands on military
couples.
Another sign of resilience is how competent civilian spouses can be when the
service member deploys, taking over all
of the duties of both parents and making

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Crews from Littoral Combat Ships train at NSWC PHD


By Robert Palomares
NSWC PHD

Seventeen crew members from Littoral


Combat Ships (LCS), Crews 204 and 206,
traveled from San Diego to the Underway
Replenishment (UNREP) test site on Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme
Division (NSWC PHD), to learn the ins
and outs of UNREP.
Led by Engineering Technician Scott
Perry, UNREP personnel provided specialized refueling training for the crews
Nov. 3-5.
Although a number of the crew came
off USS Coronado (LCS 4), many of them
will be assigned to pre-commissioned LCS
units.
Most of the Sailors that come here
have never experienced an actual UNREP
evolution, said UNREP Division Manager Bob Hilger. Our job is to give them
a thorough understanding of the procedures with hands-on learning from our
team of professionals before they experience an actual fueling-at-sea event.
The crews started with classroom training in standard operating procedures for
conducting UNREP maneuvers. They
then received hands-on refueling training,
with machinery specific to their ships.
The UNREP test site offers training in
a static and controlled environment where
there is no risk to personnel or cargo.
As the training progressed, the Sailors
became more comfortable with the hoses,

Photo by Robert Palomares / NSWC PHD

Littoral Combat Ship crews secure the fuel probe to the receiving station as part of a
three-day Underway Replenishment (UNREP) training. The Sailors traveled from San Diego
to the UNREP training site at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division.

rigging and equipment.


This is the best training we can get,
said Chief Boatswains Mate Edward
Johnson, representing Littoral Combat
Ship Squadron One. Here at Port Hueneme we get real life scenarios, unlike
other training sites. This is one of the
Navys best-kept secrets.
In addition to the Navys UNREP train-

ing, these Sailors will also get training on


the so-called NATO replenishment, which
is transferring fuel to foreign ships, and
the ROBB, or quick release coupling rigging, Johnson said.
Freedom (LCS 1) had to do it recently, and all crew members going to an LCS
will undergo the training, he said. This
is the only place we can get it.

At the conclusion of the training session, Johnson will report the results to the
commodore of LCS Squadron One.
Johnson said UNREP is usually conducted by boatswains mates, but on an
LCS, everyone aboard will have to learn
to do different jobs.
Chief Logistics Specialist Alina Rodriguez agreed with that thinking.
This kind of training is most needed,
because on LCSs, every crew member will
have to be prepared for every job aboard
the ship during UNREP, even an LS (Logistics Specialist), Rodriguez said. We
run through the training so many times
that we are gaining the experience to be
comfortable doing it.
The Sailors are only training on fuel
replenishment, since the LCSs dont have
cargo capabilities.
We tailor our training to whatever any
platform needs, Perry said. Some training sites dont have that capability.
Civilian mariners were also on site to
learn about UNREP.
As the Navys only fully equipped and
operational UNREP test site, NSWC
PHD has provided replenishment engineering services to the surface fleet since
1963.
NSWC PHDs team of experts are the
fleets full service UNREP agents, maintaining crucial capabilities that allow the
U.S. fleet to remain at sea for as long as
necessary.

Navy volunteers give hikers a push


They steer wheelchairs
through local canyon
By Paul Kokosz

Thursday, November 20, 2014

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Volunteers from Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) helped people who use wheelchairs complete a four-mile hike through
Sycamore Canyon near the base Saturday,
Nov. 1 just hours after a rare rainstorm
filled some shallow pools on the trail.
Wheel to the Sea, organized by the Wilderness Institute of Malibu, was in jeopardy of
being canceled because of the weather, but
organizers decided to press on and commented afterwards, under clear skies, that it
Photo courtesy Roxana Kokosz
was a great decision.
Helping push wheelchairs across the Pacific Coast Highway at the end of the Wheel to
Volunteers ranged from first-timers to
the Sea hike through Sycamore Canyon are ADCS Josel Ordonez of Fleet Readiness
some
whove been supporting the event since
Center Southwest (FRCSW) Detachment Point Mugu, ADC Allanroy Camba of FRCSW
its
inception
29 years ago. Specially-equipped
and ADC Kent Spandonis of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 112.

buses transported the hikers to the starting


point at Danielson Multiuse Area, where a
light breakfast prepared by the local Kiwanis Club awaited. After a moment of silence
to honor veterans, all hands headed out.
Destination: the Pacific Ocean.
Most of the rainwater had been absorbed
by a very thirsty ground, but there were a few
streambed crossings that had shallow pools.
Undeterred, the volunteers pushed or carried
wheelchairs safely across to dry ground.
After the four-hour trek, the group, aided
by the California Highway Patrol, crossed
Pacific Coast Highway to Sycamore Canyon
State Beach Park.
After a barbecue lunch again prepared
by the Kiwanis Club wheelchairs with allterrain tires especially suited for the sand were
brought out so the hikers could be wheeled
down to the surf zone for a dip in the
ocean.

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Photos by Theresa Goldstrand / NAWCWD
Rich Burr, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Divisions director of test and evaluation,
Engineers with Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, from left, Chi Nguyen, Greg points out many of the missiles that have been designed and tested at the sea ranges of
Speth and John Ma help students place their straw rockets onto launchers.
Point Mugu since the mid-1940s.

By Theresa Goldstrand
NAWCWD Public Affairs

More than 40 Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) students from the Pleasant Valley School District in Camarillo
visited the Naval Air Warfare Center
Weapons Division (NAWCWD) at Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point
Mugu Oct. 31.
Chi Nguyen, an engineer with NAWCWDs Airborne Electronic Attack Integrated Product Teams, helped coordinate

the visit to NAWCWDs Archive Center


with manager Phillis Thrower. The visit
was designed to promote and encourage
student interest in science, technology,
engineering and mathematics. NAWCWD
engineers Yogesh Patel, Greg Speth and
John Ma assisted with the event.
The fourth- to eighth-grade students
took turns building and launching rockets
made from straws, construction paper and
tape. While one group worked on and
tested their rocket designs, a second group

toured the archive center and learned


about Point Mugu history.
Rich Burr pointed out many of the missiles that have been designed and tested
at the sea ranges of Point Mugu since the
mid-1940s. Burr is the director of NAWCWDs Integrated Systems Evaluation,
Experimentation and Test Department.
Students then paired up to explore the
displays and find answers to 15 scavengerhunt questions.
Students had 10 minutes to build their

rockets, then launched them from air-powered launchers provided by NAWCWDs


Total Force Strategy and Management
Department.
Lisa Burchett, NAWCWD Education
Outreach coordinator, encourages NAWCWD employees to volunteer at science,
technology, engineering and mathematics
events throughout the school year. Anyone
interested in volunteer opportunities
should contact Burchett at lisa.burchett@
navy.mil or 760-939-1982.

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Local GATE students visit archive center at NAWCWD

Chiefs group runs Mugu shop

A peek inside the non-profit thrift store run by the Point Mugu Chiefs Association.

ATCS (AW/SW) Ethan Clark of Fleet


Readiness Center Southwest, Detachment
Point Mugu, oversees the Point Mugu Thrift
Shop.

Clark at Fleet Readiness Center Southwest, Detachment Point Mugu, at 805989-7890.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Photos by Theresa Goldstrand / NAWCWD

The Point Mugu Chiefs Association


operates a non-profit thrift store Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10 a.m.
and 1 p.m. at Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Point Mugu.
The Point Mugu Thrift Shop is in the
large warehouse between the Auto Skills
shop and the Autoport gasoline station.
Senior Chief Avionics Electronics Technician Ethan Clark, one of the chiefs who
oversees store operations, said proceeds
go toward the annual Navy Ball and charities, including the local Relay for Life.
The Thrift Shop is not a recycling center. Like most thrift stores, it does not accept computer monitors, car seats, mattresses, broken furniture, batteries, used
motor oil, gas, gas cans or tires.
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Sailors attend workshops on reintegrating after deployment


By MCC Lowell Whitman
NCG 1

Navy Expeditionary Combat


Command (NECC), along with
Naval Construction Group
(NCG) 1, conducted a set of reintegration training workshops at
Naval Base Ventura County
(NBVC) Port Hueneme Nov. 46.
Open to service members and
their spouses, the one-day workshop was designed to help reintegrate service members back into
their homeport lives after returning from deployments overseas,
as well as to address common
and uncommon experiences and stressors across the
wide range of deployment environments where todays Sailors
operate.
Weve developed this reintegration training workshop to sort
of fill a gap, not with the expectation or implication that people
are struggling, but that most of
us even when were doing well
potentially have something in
our lives or with our families that
maybe we can tweak just a little
bit, so were in a better spot for
that next deployment, said Capt.
Lori Laraway, Warfighter Resilience program manager at
NECC.
The workshop covered reintegration challenges; physical, emotional, psychological and social

Photo by MCC Lowell Whitman / NCG 1

Ben Rosenblatt, an actor with the American Records Theatre Company, speaks with attendees at a Nov.
6 reintegration workshop following his performance during ReEntry, a play scripted from interviews with
Sailors and Marines. The workshop is designed to connect service members with local support staff and
identify reintegration challenges associated with returning from deployments.

fitness; and spiritual tools available to aid in the process of


adapting back to home life.
The training also included an
hourlong play performed by the
American Records Theatre Company. The play, titled ReEntry,
was scripted from the real-life

experiences of deployed Sailors


and Marines. Designed to break
the ice with the audience, the play
encourages Sailors to share their
own deployment experiences during open discussions afterwards.
The course was facilitated by

locally available support personnel such as Fleet & Family Support staff, Families Overcoming
Under Stress (FOCUS) staff,
mental health professionals and
senior non-commissioned officers, with their intent being to
connect Seabees with people in

their homeport community who


are able to provide help for them
on a more personal level.
If a Seabee spends a day talking with someone from embedded
mental health or FOCUS, talking
with them at their table, theyre
probably much more comfortable
and (its) likely that if there is an
issue that needs to be addressed,
they will go see them, said Laraway. Theyre located where the
units are, and they know the missions that the battalions go on.
In the future, the training is
planned to be worked into the
operational schedule for Seabee
units.
The goal is to put this into the
plan for returning battalions
maybe two to three months after
they come back, said Lt. Cmdr.
Malcolm Brown, NCG 1s surgeon and reintegration program
coordinator.
NCG 1 prepares Pacific Fleet
naval construction forces to conduct expeditionary and deliberate
construction in support of combatant commanders and warfighter requirements through combat and construction training,
equipment and maintenance
training, and logistical and mobilization support of subordinate
units. NCG 1 includes 13 subordinate units and totals about
6,100 personnel.

NMCB 3 volunteers help shuttle Warrior Games competitors


By MC1 Chris Fahey

Thursday, November 20, 2014

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Four Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3 stepped up as


clutch volunteer shuttle drivers during the
2014 Warrior Games earlier this year in
Colorado Springs.
According to Megan Haydel, Navy
Wounded Warrior Safe Harbor adaptive
athletics staff member, the end of the fiscal
year prevented the local Navy Operations
Support Center (NOSC) from providing the
needed manpower. Help was sought from
NMCB 3.
They graciously provided four Seabees to
support us, said Haydel. Without their help,
we would have had a hard time pulling [this

years Warrior Games] off.


The volunteer Seabees clocked 835 miles
during around-the-clock shuttle service between Sept. 28 and Oct. 4, transporting 83
athletes and four service dogs to training
venues, competition sites, hotels and the airport. The Seabees punctuality, safe driving
and efficiency ensured competitors received
enough rest between events and that any special needs were met.
Seabees said they enjoyed the opportunity.
Nothing is more inspirational than seeing
our nations heroes stare in the eyes of their
disabilities and say, You cant hold me back,
said NMCB 3 Construction Mechanic 2nd
Class Paul Tersteege.No matter what has

U.S. Navy photo

BU3 Daniel Dejesus helps a competitor


unload his belongings during the 2014
Warrior Games in Colorado Springs.

been taken away from these amazing people,


its impossible to take away their motivation,

their dedication to their service, and their


drive to blow past the next obstacle that
stands in their way pure astonishment.
Seabees took this inspiration to the stands,
serving as a four-person cheer force to help
reciprocate the emotional investment athletes
demonstrated during the games.
If you attended any team sport in the
evening, said Haydel, the Seabees were in
the stands, leading the charge, cheering on
the team. They were not just duty drivers,
they were full team supporters.
More than 200 wounded, ill, and injured
service members and veterans participated
in seven sports. Nearly 40 represented Team
Navy, bringing home 28 total medals, including 12 gold medals.

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Course civilian golf pass liaison.


It seems to be going more quickly, says
the retired chief hospital corpsman who
spent 24 years in the Navy.
Last summer, golfers were complaining
about having to wait two months or more
for their base-access forms to be approved.
McShea cleared out the backlog, then
spent time going over each new application
to make sure there werent any typographical errors that could delay the process.
Transpositions can be a problem, he
pointed out. But if you verify all the information and take a little bit more time
to make sure everything goes in correctly,
it speeds things up.
A Port Hueneme resident, McShea began working at the golf course in May of
2013, providing customer service and handling the golf carts.
I thought I should learn about the industry I was in, so I started playing golf
and really working it, he said. I realized
I could do some good stuff.
In a year, hes gone from shooting 140
and higher Very bad, he notes to
the low 90s.
And on Aug. 28, on Hole 17 during
the Chiefs Tournament no less he hit
a hole-in-one.
What an adrenaline rush! he said.
And it wasnt even his new years resolution.

Photo by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse

James McShea, who has the title of Naval


Base Ventura County (NBVC) Seabee Golf
Course civilian golf pass liaison, is credited
with reducing the wait-time for golfers trying
to gain access to the course on board
Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Port
Hueneme.

Holiday events get under way


continued from 3

Friday, Dec. 12. Free to everyone with base


access.
Winter Wonderland: Enjoy 40 tons of
snow, a marshmallow roast and crafts and
games as Child and Youth Programs (CYP)
brings this annual event to the CYP complex
at NBVC Port Hueneme. Gates for the fourhour event open at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec.
13. Free to everyone with base access.
Toys for Tots: Once again, the Marines
are setting up boxes so people can donate
unwrapped toys for children in need. Commands interested in taking part can call Gunnery Sgt. Michael Gonzales at 805-236-4122
or call up the website http://port-huenemeca.toysfortots.org.
Operation Toy Drop: Former U.S. Rep.
Elton Gallegly is once again donating hundreds of toy bags for children of military
families. The giveaway will take place from 1
to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14, in Hangar 34.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

base starting at 4:30 p.m.


Holiday Pets with Santa: 5 to 7 p.m.,
Wednesday, Dec. 3, NBVC Port Hueneme
NEX. Dress your pet up in a holiday costume
and get a photo taken with Santa.
Breakfast with Santa: 8 to 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 6, NBVC Port Hueneme NEX.
Annual Christmas Military Spouse Appreciation Luncheon: 11:30 a.m., Pacific
Corinthian Yacht Club, 2600 Harbor Blvd.,
Oxnard. The Channel Islands Republican
Women Federated invites all military spouses to a free luncheon. Child care assistance
is available on request. RSVP by Dec. 4 to
adryezcurra@gmail.com or call 805-9846270.
Home for the Holidays: Cabrillo Music Theatre is once again bringing this holiday
music revue and sing-along to the Needham
Theatre at NBVC Port Hueneme at 7 p.m.

 

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Award for installation excellence goes to NBVC


continued from 1

All 10 installations in the region competed.


All award packages were outstanding,
and the competition was tough, said
Capt. Christopher Plummer, NRSW
chief of staff. All hands continue to
perpetuate SWs exceptional reputation
for taking care of our fleet, fighter and
family, and lead CNIC.
NBVC and China Lake will each receive $110,000 in Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) funds.
Capt. Larry Vasquez, commanding
officer of NBVC, called the award a
team effort.
Weve been the Navys best-kept secret for years, and now that secret is
getting out, he said. Its great to be
recognized for the hard work the team
puts in every day.
The award took into account shore
operations, facilities management, CNIC
strategic guidance, mission support, energy usage, quality of life, unit morale,
environment, real property asset management, real property stewardship,

competitive activities, communications,


safety and health, security, public relations and other honors received.
Some highlights from NBVCs submission included:
NBVC was the only Navy installation
supporting the Department of Health
and Human Services with children who
had crossed into the United States unaccompanied. Once they learned of this
mission, base personnel had only 10 days
to open a facility that could house the
children. In the 10 weeks the facility was
open, 1,555 children passed through,
and 160 VIPs toured it, including members of Congress and the Chief of Naval
Operations. There were no legal or runaway incidents during those 10 weeks.
NBVC is the Navys hub for unmanned aircraft operations, testing and
maintenance. It is the test site for the
MQ-8C Fire Scout, an unmanned helicopter, and it will soon be home to the
MQ-8B and MQ-4C Triton maintenance
detachments. Every year, it hosts Black
Dart, during which 1,250 interagency,
international and industry partners demonstrate 80 systems.

NBVC is the first and only Department of Defense installation operating


manned and unmanned systems in Class
D airspace. This allows more in-depth,
real-time testing of unmanned systems
operations.
NBVC Point Mugu has the busiest
approach control in the Navy, recording
96,450 flight operations, including air
traffic control service for Oxnard and
Camarillo.
A two-story simulator to train pilots
and aircrew on the new E-2D aircraft is
being constructed at NBVC Point Mugu,
an $11.5 million project.
Thousands of square feet of barracks were renovated at both Point
Mugu and San Nicolas Island. Total cost
of all the projects was nearly $40 million.
NBVCs conservation efforts, in conjunction with those at San Clemente
Island, contributed to the Island Night
Lizard being removed from the endangered species list.
NBVC has exceeded energy- and water-conservation goals put forth by the
Secretary of the Navy. It has reduced

energy consumption by 36.3 percent


since 2003 and has reduced water usage
by 35.7 percent from 2007. Wind turbines and a reverse osmosis plant on San
Nicolas Island are expected to result in
even more energy and water savings.
The NBVC Point Mugu galley received the Capt. Edward F. Ney Memorial Award for best ashore galley, small
mess category.
The base hosted the Armed Forces
Triathlon Championship, a Wounded
Warrior training camp, the Dallas Cowboys for a signing event when they arrived in Ventura County for training
camp and comedian Gabriel Iglesias for
the premiere of The Fluffy Movie.
Other special events on base included
Battle of Commands and Mugulau,
Winter Wonderland, Kids Day and a
Military Spouse Appreciation event.
A refurbished plant nursery on San
Nicolas Island has produced more than
5,000 native plants that are being used
for erosion control.
The base provided motorcycle training for more than 520 installation, tenant and other commands personnel.

Retirees call NBVCs third town hall a really good event

Thursday, November 20, 2014

continued from 3

24

Also in the eight months since the last


town hall came several storms that caused
flooding and road closures at NBVC Point
Mugu; a security review that demanded
longer wait times for trucks trying to enter
NBVC Port Hueneme, prompting gate
changes; and the fatal crash of a contracted jet near NBVC Point Mugu thats currently under investigation by the National
Transportation Safety Board.
As he did in March, Vasquez told the
retirees that the base is poised for growth.
Up to 700 people will move to the base over
the next five to seven years as unmanned
aircraft programs expand. Already here are
three Seabee Reserve battalions; they will
train on a rotating basis for two weeks each
year, and when they do, 250 to 300 additional people will be using the facilities at
NBVC Port Hueneme.
In 2017, the base expects to get a fifth
E-2 squadron, and a Coast Guard contingent may be moving to the base as well.
Vasquez explained to the crowd why he

Photo by Andrea Howry / Lighthouse

Capt. Larry Vasquez, commanding officer


of Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC),
stops by the Military Officers Association of
America (MOAA) table at the Retiree Town
Hall Saturday, Nov. 8, in Dukes at NBVC
Port Hueneme. With him is Bob Quinn,
past president of MOAAs Ventura County
chapter.

closed San Miguel Island, which attracts


about 200 people a year. It is actually owned
by the Navy and is under the jurisdiction
of NBVC but has been operated by the

National Park Service. When the long-forgotten fact came up that the island had
been used as a bombing range and that
there was no record of any cleanup having
taken place, he ordered the island closed.
This was not received very well, he said.
But as commanding officer, my responsibility is to make sure we were doing everything we could to ensure safety on the island.
A subsequent search turned up a 250pound practice bomb on the island.
So now were going out and cleaning
it, Vasquez said.
NBVC is working with local schools to
expand internships and mentoring opportunities.
Two-thirds of this base is civilians,
Vasquez explained. We are trying to grow
that workforce.
Vasquez also listed the improvements
recently made on base, including the renovation of the 19th Hole restaurant at the
Seabee Golf Course and a $40 million rehabilitation of barracks at NBVC Port
Hueneme and on San Nicolas Island.

Theyre nicer than my daughters college


dorm, he told the crowd.
Vasquez also announced that housing at
NBVC Port Hueneme and in Camarillos
Catalina Heights is at capacity. As we get
additional people, theyll need to go out in
town, he said.
At NBVC Point Mugu, the last of the
base-run housing will be turned over to Lincoln Military Housing in February.
At that point, NBVC will be out of the
family housing business, he said.
Vasquez then opened it up for questions.
The gamut ranged from the possibility of
rebuilding a fishing pier at Mugu (I dont
see that coming back) to the dates of the
next air show (Sept. 26 and 27, 2015).
After Vasquez presentation, retirees
milled around a display area organized by
the Fleet & Family Support Center, asking
questions of representatives from the Social
Security Administration, Veterans Affairs
and 17 other organizations.
This was a really good event, very informative, said Dorothy Albinger, whose husband, Guy, is retired from the Air Force.

NEEDHAM THEATER
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2pm: Alexander and the...Very Bad Day PG


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Sunday, November 23

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Thursday, November 27
7pm: The Judge

7pm: Dracula Untold


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Friday, November 28
Saturday, November 29

Sunday, November 30

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Friday, November 28

Saturday, November 29

Sunday, November 30

Thursday, November 20, 2014

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805-499-2860
Lic# 771801
VCS356762

Grade A Firewood For


a Low price
Cut & Cured & Split
Free Delivery and
Free Stacking
within reason.

JAIMES
HANDYMAN

HANDYMAN
Stucco, Fencing, Drywall,
Doors, Paint Texture,
Plumbing, Tile, Roof
Repair, Carpentry,
Windows, Concrete.

All Work Guaranteed

805-491-8330

St lic/bond 905329 VCS357914

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Parade - Every Sunday. Celebrities, stories, health tips, and
Ask Marilyn vos Savant- Guinness Hall of Fame highest IQ.

Positively for you.

CJ HAULING

* Real Estate Clean Up


* Jacuzzi Removal
* Yard & Garage Clean Up
* Fence Removal
* Concrete, Demolition
Debris & More
FREE Estimate Anytime!

805-252-3836
VCS358081

House Cleaning
BECKYS CLEANING
Affordable & Prof.

Painting

Sprinklers

MICHAELsCUSTOM
PAINT

BOBLETTS
SPRINKLER SVC
* Repairs * Timers
* Trouble Shooting
* System Tune-Up
* Upgrades
805-804-7785
VCS357898

Weekly Bi-weekly 1 Time


20Years Exp+Refs Windows
Move out Move In Reg

Affordable Quality Work.


Interior & exterior
PaintingTextures/Drywall
RepairStucco Patch or
RepairResidential &
Commercial

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 VCS357489

FREE Estimates
Military & Sr. Discounts

805-330-5039
VCS357370

Julies
Housecleaning

Professional quality work.


Residential & Commercial
Weekly Bi-Weekly 1 Time
Move out & Move in
15 yrs exp. Excellent Ref.
Very good prices. Free Est.

805-418-0158

VCS357496

Lees Maintenance
Professional
Complete Clean
HouseStoreBuilding

JanitorialConstruction
Move in/out
Regular/onetime
Carpet-Truck Mounted
Windows/Blinds/Wallwash
Floor strip/wax/Tile grout
Kitchen/Bathroom clean

987-3071

805-338-1077

Lic #846265 VCS358091

Patio Covers
And Decks
CUSTOM CREATIONS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Patio Covers Decks
Concrete, Stamp-Colored,
RV Access
Demolition Hauling
Bobcat - Service

Office 805-578-2683
Cell 805-795-6031
Lic #650973

VCS357317

Online garage sale map.


Every Friday P.M.

VCStar.com/garagesales

Plumbing

Service local since 1986


VCS358140

AXXESS
PLUMBING

Paint Contractor

Senior Discounts
Free Estimates
805-232-8380
Whatever it Takes!

Done Right
Painting

Lic #974244 Ins. & Bonded


VCS358181

Free estimates

Clogged Drains?

Int &Ext Painting


Best Preparation
Clean & Neat
Small Jobs Welcome
Lic. #575354/Bonded

$50 DOLLAR

ROOTER MAN

Any drain or sewer line


unclogged only $50! 24 hr/ 7

805-522-1698

805-758-9420

VCS357483

BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
vcstar.com/ads

800-221-STAR (7827)
Tax Return
Preparation
NOW IS THE TIME!
To get your paperwork
organized for your tax
accountant. Let me do it
for you so you can focus
on your business. Contact
Cindy Jorgensen
Bookkeeping
at 805-760-3362 or email
cjorgensenbooks@gmail.com
VCS358010

Insurd/lic#B13894 VCS357405

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 VCS358143
WELL DONE PAINTING
Residential & Commercial
Acoustic Ceiling Removal
Drywall Texture
Complete Handyman Serv
Free Estimates Lic 766936

805-302-7946

Pet?

15% Off w/AD VCS357915

Tree Services
Roofing
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
VCS356783

LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
Expert Trimming
Stump Grinding
Free Estimates

JOHN APPEL
ANGEL FERREIRA

(805)649-4759
VCS357762
Find a home.

vcshomes.com

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VCStar.com has the latest breaking news
and the most local news guaranteed.

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Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014

BEST VALUE!
Since 1981
Experienced Contractor
Greg & Steve Mendonca
Specializing in Residential
Jobs & Repairs at
Reasonable Rates.
NO JOB TOO SMALL

VCS357792

Honest, Reliable & Expd

Electrical
Contractor
AROUND TOWN
ELECTRIC

Garage Doors

805-497-7711
818-259-4055

Ken 805-944-8047

TIMS CUSTOM
DOORS

805-654-0969

Greg Lic 643309 VCS357485

All types of wood fencing,


gates and repairs.

Doors

38 Year Veteran
Master Craftsmanship
Sales and Installation
Refinishing and Repairs

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!

805-583-0480

LIC#408242

(Lic #787080) VCS358125

   
 

  
   

Family Owned

* FREE Estimates *

SERVICE CALL $50

Always Fair $/Guarantee

Call John 805-320-4931


Lic#757278 VCS357757

Lighting Specialist
Recessed & Landscape
Anything Electrical!

HARRIS
HARDWOOD
FLOORING

Handypersons

The Lighthouse

Carpentry

BUYIT.
SELLIT.
FINDIT.
vcstar.com/ads

Conejo Valley
Electric

Flooring

www.TheLighthouseNews.com

....NOTICE....

California law requires that


contractors taking jobs that
total $499 or more (labor and
materials) be licensed. State
law also requires that contractors include their license numbers on all advertising. Check
out your licensed contractor by
calling the Contractors State
License Board at:

27

www.TheLighthouseNews.com

297
Wanted To Buy
$$$$$$
WE BUY CARS
PAID FOR
OR NOT
Licensed & Bonded
Dealer.
No smog required.
WWW.
TRADEINSDIRECT.COM.

Up To $100k
Free Auto
Broker Service

(805)496-2967

VCS358139

WE
BUY
JUNK
CARS!

The Lighthouse

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
VCS356801

Pets & Supplies


300-315

310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
DACHSHUNDS AKC $700
661-769-8807 or 661-333-4697
www.aaapuppydogs.com
VCS357756
ENGLISH BULLDOGS
AKC 9 WEEKS OLD.
2 Females, 1 Male.
Shots to date, dew claws
removed, vet checked. $800
rstone888@aol.com
805-643-4425 VCS357394

FRENCH
BULLDOG
PUPS 11 WKS.

2 Males, 4 Females AKC


Micro-chipped. Adorable
and very social.
$700 each.
massbaker45@aol.com
805-620-0343
VCS357627
GREAT ADULT CATS
Get a CAT!! $40 spay,
neutered & microchip
SPARCS
SANTA PAULA ANIMAL
RESCUE CENTER
call 805-798-4878 VCS357533
HAVANESE Really cute and
fun puppies. Male & Female.
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
805-320-1246
VCS358182

SHIH TZU PUPPIES

Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014


28

Meet your new


best friend!
Dogs for
adoption.

Annie
Pink

Visit our website


for pics

samsimon
foundation.org

or call
(310)457-5898
VCS357968

Boys & Girls Clubs of


Greater Conejo Valley
Seeking self-motivated,
organized, solution-based

ADMINISTRATIVE
MANAGER

with minimum of 3-5 years


experience. Knowledge in
front-office, donor database
management, events
coordination, invoicing,
purchasing, meeting & travel
arrangements. Strong time
management, research,
interpersonal, and
communication skills needed;
both written and verbal. Solid
knowledge with MS Office;
Donor Perfect & Daxko a
plus. Email or Fax resumes to
ahorenstein@bgcconejo.org
Fax # 818-706-0942
VCS357934

    

Drupal Developer Grade 3


sought
by
Haas
Automation in Oxnard,
CA. Dsgn & dvlp websts
ensrng strong optmzn &
functlty. Reqs BS Comp
Sci, Info Sys or rltd +7 yrs
expr in Web Dvlpmt. Must
possess: expr in Drupal 7
(or ltr) dvlpmt frmwrk;
knowl of Drupal hook sys;
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CTools, Entity API); expr
prmotng
dvlpmts
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PHP & MYSQL; knowl of
CSS, HTML, & jQuery;
expr usng Perforce or GIT;
knowl of DRUSH & shell
scripting;
knowl/expr
w/crosbrowser
&
cros-pltfrm issues. Perm
US wrk auth reqd. Aply at
www.jobpostingtoday.com
# 1993
VCS357601

LOTS OF BULLY BREEDS


With GREAT best smiles &
grins youll ever see!
Come on down
and find your
NEXT BEST FRIEND!
call 805-798-4878 VCS357534
SPARCS
SANTA PAULA ANIMAL
RESCUE CENTER
BOXER-MOSAS
An old Codger if there ever
was one 10years old & just
wants to hang out, but just
DONT KISS his face!!
call 805-798-4878 VCS357536

BUDDHA
AMERICAN
STAFFORDSHIRE
TERRIER MIX
10 Years old absolutely
adorable has had a hard life
loves everybody and
everything!
call 805-798-4878 VCS357538
Yorkshire Terriers AKC
Shots, papers, Adorable
$750.00 805-304-6595
VCS357449




    
 
  

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Terrier mix 30lbs.

540
Help Wanted

540
Help Wanted

AKC - Gorgeous, small,


female $550, male $500
www.lovelyshihtzu.com
805-415-8661 VCS358123

SPARCS
SANTA PAULA ANIMAL
RESCUE CENTER

310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services

Employment
500-585

  

  
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Sci, Info Sys or rltd +7 yrs
expr in Web Dvlpmt. Must
possess: expr in Drupal 7
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scripting;
knowl/expr
w/crosbrowser
&
cros-pltfrm issues. Perm
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# 1993
VCS357599

Top Reasons to
Work with Us

1. Well established company in


business for over 24 years.
2. Not your typical manufacturing company. We rarely get
bored.
3. Competitive salary, Wellness
Program, Healthcare, Dental,
Vision, 401K
4. Casual work environment.

540
Help Wanted

540
Help Wanted

540
Help Wanted

WANTED

Seeking P/T Housekeeper w/


exp. in Moorpark. Half days on
M/W/F only, will also be doing
laundry. Background & Drug
screen reqd, benefits program
included. Express Employment
Professionals.
CALL Patty 805-418-1111
VCS357664

Information Systems

Two Motivated Salespeople


Immediate opening for two
motivated individuals with the
desire to make a lot of money.
We train but would prefer you
to already have sales skills.
Must have a great attitude with
the desire to learn. We pay out
over $30,000 in monthly
bonuses. Our salespeople have
been here on average over 3
years and we promote from
within. Full benefits including a
401K and Christmas Fund.
Ask for a sales manager when
you call and dress to impress
when you interview.
805-485-8787 ext: 0
VCS357870

540
Help Wanted
Healthcare
Clinicas Del Camino Real
seeks Optometrist.
Position requires
doctorate degree or
equivalent in Optometry
and & CA optometrist
license. Salaried/full time
position. Submit resume
& salary requirements to
Liana Lucio
llucio@clinicas.org or
fax to 805-659-3217
For details about this job
go to: www.clinicas.org
VCS358204

Duties will include:


High volume billing
Receiving payments &
making deposits
Posting credit card
transactions
A/R collections
May be reqd to assist w/ A/P
on occasion
What You Need
for this Position
Being familiar w/ Quickbooks
is a must. Exp. w/ manufacturing or freight (trucking) businesses would have a very
competitive advantage. Salary
DOE. Please apply w/ a resume
& cover letter to:
jobs@dmicement.com.
VCS357124

VENTURA TOYOTA
Fixed Operations
CRM/BDC


 








540
Help Wanted

DRIVERS
WANTED
Daves Towing Service
has immediate
openings. Clean DMV
a must. Bring printout.
Apply in person at:
890 W. Los Angeles
Ave., Simi Valley
VCS357806
DRIVER/TOW TRUCK
Class C & A position
avail. Will train, co pd

IRA, med/vac, $30K+ a yr.


561 Buena Vista, Oxnard
VCS357706
LUBRICATION MECHANIC
with experience. Must
have valid CA license &
own tools. $14.00 to start.
Apply in person at:
1895 Lirio Ave., Saticoy.
E.J. Harrison & Sons
EOE. VCS358220

Call 800221STAR7827

Administrative &
Resident Relations
Coordinator

Serves as the primary administrative oversight &


resident
relations
resource. Provides systems
management & quality
control to the rental and
sales programs of the
University Glen Corporation as an active member
of the sales & leasing
team.
To obtain a complete job
listing or to apply, go to:
http://www.csuci.edu/hr/
employment.htm
VCS357922

* * WANTED * *
Structural Steel
Fabricator
Strong in Layout.
Shop Position.
Call 805-477-0338
or email resume to:
brfab@msn.com
VCS358154


   



540
Help Wanted
HEAD
HOUSEKEEPER
Top salary & benefits
commensurate w/ experience
-- must drive w/ clean record,
speak fluent English.
Montecito family w/ 2 kids
seeking enthusiastic F/T
(w/ some flexibility) live-out
housekeeper. Strong
management skills, cleaning,
laundry, cooking, errands &
coordination of home
maintenance. Excellent
references. Employment
subject to background check,
I-9, and confidentiality
agreement. Please email
resume to: lroth@vinpic.com
or fax 805-565-7719
VCS358153
Healthcare
Patient Service
Coordinator (check-in)
needed for busy TO
ortho office. Must be exp
Fax to 818-909-3930 or
kfelice@scoi.com
VCS358213


 








540
Help Wanted
PARALEGAL:F/T or P/T
Small, boutique intl trade
law firm in Ojai looking
for an expd candidate.
Send resume to:
info@humellc.com
VCS357636

540
Help Wanted
FILLMORE UNIFIED
SCHOOL DISTRICT
Maintenance Worker II
12/mo. Salary: $17.74-$21.57
Instructural Assistant English Language Dev
2.5 per/day, (8am-10:30am)
Salary: $12.33-$14.99/hr
(Great benefits package)
Susan Leon 805.524.6034
VCS357861

540
Help Wanted
ACCOUNTANT - Payroll
($3,914 - $5,042/mo)
Acctg, payroll/ADP, w/c,
data & finl analysis & rep.
See www.rsrpd.org
Job Open Until Filled.
Rancho Simi Rec & Park
District. VCS357676

NOW HIRING
Household
Sales Representative
A motivated sales
representative to sell our high
quality products residentially
and commercially

TRUCK DRIVERS - F/T


Class A/Hazmat
End Dump Roll-Off
Driver. Benefits.
Call 805-647-5775
VCS358011

Rentals
600-683

Responsibilities:
To analyze customers water
problems and recommend
water filtration solutions
Requirements:
In-home sales experience,
ability to generate leads
especially thru canvassing,
ability to sell the sizzle,
strong interpersonal
relationships, work flexible
hours. Must have a valid
drivers license and your own
transportation. Training will
be provided.
Benefits:
Health, 401k, in-home use of
our products, pre-employment
screening required.
Pacific Water is a family
owned and operated
business experienced in
designing and distributing
water filtration system for
residential, commercial
and industrial markets.
Call Gil (sales manager) at
805-490-2474
VCS357175

Systems
Administrator
$5,240.64 - $6,531.88/mo
F/T Vta Co Ofc of Ed, Tech
Svcs Dept; Reqs: Combo of
edu, training, & exp leading
to the reqd knowledge,
skills, & abilities. Apply at
www.edjoin.org more info
HR, 5189 Verdugo Way,
Camarillo, 805-383-1913
Open Until Filled
VCS357903

TELEMARKETING
BUSINESS TO BUSINESS
HIGH PAY
Base plus commission.
No exp OK. Great hours:
M-F, 7am-2:15pm
Call Bonnie
805-419-5885
www.prsupply.com

540
Help Wanted

609
Apartments
Unfurnished
FILLMORE Adult 55+ 1br,
a/c, all utils pd, except elec.
From $795. HUD/Pet OK.
805-524-4124 or 805-642-9527
VCS356761
OJAI: 1 Bedroom
No pets/smoke. $850.00
805-646-1967 or 805-660-0396
VCS357900
OXNARD 1 bedroom 1 bath
Hollywood Beach .50 yards
to the sand-100 yards to the
harbor. Pets ok $1,550
includes all utilities
805-824-1380 VCS357991

Oxnard Beach

Channel Island

Employee Benefits & CalPERS


Pension Plan.
This recruitment Will close at
4 pm, on Friday,
November 26, 2014.
Visit our website at:
www.goldcoasttransit.org
for detailed information on the
job description and application
process. EOE
301 E. Third Street Oxnard,
CA 93030 VCS358028

Search for available jobs.


vcstar.com/jobs

Steps to ocean, beach & pier,


1st fl. 1bd on poolside.
Incl. washer/dryer, fridge,
dishwasher, disposal. No pets
$1,300/mo. 805-985-4600
VCS357695

When Available
Spacious 1 & 2 Bedrooms
Pool, covered prkg
and laundry rooms.
Easy Fwy Access.
Sorry, NO pets.
Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat: By Appt

(805)495-5520

223 Erbes Rd #101


VCS357406

VTA 1+1 queit and clean


No pets No smoking,$1000/mo
Open Sat & Sun 11-3pm
1255 E Santa Clara
VCS357531
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 VCS358144
VTA E. 10939 Del Norte St
2+1.5, 2 levels, 1395/mo.,
1+1 $995 mo Clean & quiet
complex. Cat ok. N/S.
Call 805-680-3518 VCS358012
VTA

Harbor View Villas


Luxury Apt. Homes

Spacious floor plans,


heated indoor pool & spa
tennis ct & gym.

www.gardnercompany.com
Harborview apts/gardner
management VCS357761

No Application Fees

vcshomes.com

Studio $925
1+1 $1,095
2+1 $1,325

Only $500 dep!!


3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS357789

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
VCS357330
PT HUE Deluxe
apartments
1 bedroom apts.
$1,200/mo. remodeled new
stainless steel stove &
refrigerator, wood floors,
new granite counter tops.
no pets. year lease.
143 E. A St 805-646-2250
VCS358078

RAKE IN THE
FALL SAVINGS!!
2 Bedroom Townhomes
Washer/Dryer included
Dogs & Cats Welcome *
Large private yards

1-866-291-3218 (24/7)
Monterey Villas
1018 Kelp Lane

* Restrictions Apply
VCS358149
THOUSAND OAKS
GRANADA GARDENS
****************************
1br 1ba $1,275 2br, 2ba
$1,545 to $1,645 3br 2ba
$1,695 +dep Sorry No Pets.
Good Credit Required.
805-492-2113 VCS357415

617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
PORT HUENEME
Anacapa View

T.O.

Village Apts

HUMAN RESOURCES
ASSISTANT
Salary Range:
$47,200 - $66,100

609
Apartments
Unfurnished

Fabulous Ocean Views


FREE Cable!
333 N. Kalorama St.

805-648-1760

Find a home.

617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished

Ventura: Newly Upgraded


Townhome! Two bedroom
plus loft, 2.5 baths, Two Car
Garage, Beautiful
neighborhood! Community
tennis, pool and spa
included. Water included,
No Smoking. $1,975/mo
Available now! see more at:
www.seawardpm.com call
805-626-4100 VCS358009

Ventura

Spacious 3+2+ Garage


near Govt. Ctr. Indoor
pool, spa, Jacuzzi,
tennis, clubhouse, new
carpet, paint, dishwasher,
Many utilities paid,
pets? $1,450
Keith Hanson Realty
805-981-1552
VCS357812
WESTLAKE: LARGE 2+2
Patio, pool/spa access,
carport, access to
washer/dryer. Trash/Water
incl. Great location near
shopping/frwy. $1,775/mo.
805-433-2176 VCS358188

621
Duplexes
Unfurnished
VTA AVE area 2+1
Newly remodeled, water
paid, sharedW/D shared yard
$1,295 mo. 805-746-0549
VCS358174

   
 

  
   

Moorpark, updated/clean
condo. Small yard ,
pool/spa access, attached
lrg garage, w/d hook-up,
trash /wtr incl. Must have
credit 675+ 805-501-0930
VCS357320

609
Apartments
Unfurnished

609
Apartments
Unfurnished

Are You 55+& Looking for


a nice place to Live?
Private balconies + views.
Starting at $759 per month.
Walking distance to stores,
and to doctors offices.
Heated pool, BBQ area,
gym, rec room, festivities.
115 N. 4th Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
Pets ok. Section 8 welcome.

805-525-5804

VCS356721

Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014

Great opportunity for an


experienced Fixed Operations
Customer Relations Manager.
Candidate must have
exceptional communication,
people, phone skills.
Toyota experience a big plus.
*Submit YOUR resume to
sabada@venturatoyota.com
pr apply via our website
http://www.venturatoyota.
com/careers.aspx with
confidence that all contacts
with us are completely
confidential.
VCS358158

NOW HIRING for a

Printing Operator

with 1-3 yrs experience, willing


to work overtime with little
notice, ability to lift 40-60
pounds with or without
reasonable accommodations,
must be a team player, have
basic math skills, be self driven
& results oriented with a
positive outlook, and clear
focus on high quality labels
and business unit profit.
Interested - apply online at
www.bunzldistribution.com
requisition number 14-0501.
We pay for experience.
VCS357764

University Glen Corporation


at CSU Channel Islands

Pacific Water
Conditioning

540
Help Wanted

The Lighthouse

Diversified Minerals Inc. is


looking for an expd, motivated
& well organized A/R clerk.

540
Help Wanted

Senior
Associate
IS
Business Systems Analyst
sought by Amgen. Reqs:
Masters & fmlrty w/ &
competence in dsgng &
implmntg telecommunications & data ntwrkng
solutions for the biopharma indstry. Exp in
dsgng, implmntg & oprtng
w/in the regulatory, qlty,
& scrty frmwrks common
to the bio-pharma indstry
such as 21 CFR part 11,
GAMP, or GXP. Exp w/
ntwrk
qualification
&
procedures. Exp configuring & oprtng Cisco IOS
routers,
switches,
&
firewalls, & F5 LTM &
GTM Load Balancers.
Fmlrty w/ hi avlblty
campus ntwrks incl. ring
topologies, SONET, &
DWDM. Fmlrty w/ secure
internet
configurations
such as IPSEC VPN
tunnels.
Job
Site:
Thousand
Oaks,
CA.
Send resume referencing
#9493KW
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.
VCS356870

540
Help Wanted

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540
Help Wanted

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HOMES

CAM 3+2.5 in Village at


the Park, close to sports
fields and YMCA. Home
has granite counters in
open kitchen, master bath
has a jetted tub and large
walk-in closet. Home has
A/C and a private patio off
the family room. $2600
Village Commons
VTA 4+2.5 two story in
Ondulando with no neigh
bors. Large lot with gated
private driveway. Living
room with fireplace and a
large family room that
goes out to the yard. Rent
includes mow-n-blow
gardening service. $2700
Via Arroyo
VTA 2+1.5 midtown single
story home with detached
2 car garage and a huge
yard. Wood floors, updated
kitchen and windows. Long
gated driveway. $1700
Arcade
VTA 2+1 Vintage west
end single story home with
huge fenced yard. Corner
lot, tons of charm, wood
floors. $1350
Cameron

CONDO/APT

VTA 2+2 on the second


floor of Paseo de Playa
building at the beach.
Complex is gated and has
underground parking with
elevator. Walking distance
to downtown and easy free
way access. Washer, dryer
and refrigerator for ten
ants use. $2600 Paseo de
Playa
VTA 2+2 above downtown
with coastline views. Unit
has concrete floors and
very high ceilings. Com
plex has gated courtyard,
underground gated parking
with elevator. There is a
balcony off the living
room. $1975 Poli
VTA 1+1+den 3rd floor
unit with views of the pier,
promenade and beach.
Deck off the living room
and den, vaulted ceilings,
complex has a pool, spa
and underground parking.
Washer/dryer and refrigerator for tenants use.
$2000 Paseo de Playa
VTA 3+2+den in the Or
chard Lane complex. Close
to shopping and park.
Complex has a pool, spa
and is gated. Inside laun
dry room, small patio off
the dining area leads to 2
car garage. $1900 Teton
VTA 2+1 McKeon sideunit
located in a cul-de-sac.
Close to shopping and
transportation. Complex
has a pool and shared laun
dry. Water and trash paid.
$1150 Carlsbad
VTA 1+1 East end upstairs
unit with deck off the din
ing area. Complex has onsite laundry. Water and
trash included. $895
Del Norte
VTA Studio close to down
town and shopping. Water
and trash included in the
rent. There is 1/2 of a 2 car
garage for storage. $695
Center

All properties are


no pets no smoke,
one year lease
unless otherwise
specified

VCHFR.COM
805-650-2500
VCS357267

Oxnard 4+2.5 2 story villa nr


Seabridge, nr beach &
marina, f/p, lndry hook
ups, 2 car gar $2700+ sec.
agt 805-651-9077 VCS357985

Oxnard 3+3+Loft,
Large 2 story, 3 car garage,
large yard N/P/S, near
beach/shops/park/school
gardener $2,395.00+dep.
805-320-2183 VCS357698
OXNARD WEST:3+2 near
Seabridge shopping ctr. 24
hour fitness, restaurants,
marina.New paint, carpet,
appliances, blinds, $2000/mo
805-890-6470 or 805-585-9036
realtors@forriz.com
VCS358004
OXN N: Beautiful! House
5br, 2ba, 2 car gar, $2,700/mo
close to schools, shopping
and freeway. 805-336-4992
VCS357996

THOUSAND OAKS
OPEN SAT & SUN. 10a-3p
BR/3 BA/2, ac, fireplace,
2 car garage $1,950/mo
2979 Camino Calandria
760-534-8587, agent
VCS358189

Vta. Desire, Quiet Fantastic


Amenities at a Very
reasonable Cost, with all
Utilities Included? Be
Amazed when you see this
Unique, Immaculate,
Impressive, and Stratigically
Located Villa Styled 1Bdr +
1 Bath, Fully Detached
home! $1350. mo/ 1350,
security deposit. No: smok
ing, pets, drugs. Features in
clude: New appliances,
Central AC & Heat; Private
on site washer/dryer;
Garage Storage; wall to wall
carpet; Scenic Views from a
2nd story 800sqft deck or go
below and Enjoy a 1400sqft
patio with tables and chairs;
Private 600sqft BBQ patio.
Enjoy horseshoes or
basketball. OFF STREET
PARKING FOR VEHICLE
SECURITY. Call for appt.
805-258-1413 VCS357708

677
Rooms For Rent
OXNARD:
Collection at Riverpark
$650/mo sec. neg. furnished,
shared common area.
805-889-6038 VCS357424
Port Hueneme Beach Room
for rent $800/mo + $800sec +
util.All privileges, prvt
entry. in front of ocean,
heated pools & jacuzzi. N/P/D
714-204-9408 VCS357948
PT HUE FURN charming
1 brm furn apt pvt ent.,
micro/refrig, W/D $825
805-382-2501 VCS358041
Simi Valley W: 3 rooms
$400, $500 & $600 + 1/3 util.
N/S, N/P 805-297-3618
VCS357377

Mobile Homes
692-699

694
Mobile Homes
For Sale
VENTURA Remodeled 1+1
Enchanting Family Park.
Recently replaced; windows,
doors, roof, flooring,
covered & carpeted deck,
skirting in both sets of
stairs. Interior lndry room,
newly painted entire
interior & exterior trim.
Washer, dryer, fridge &
stove incl. Large storage
building, extra-large &
private fenced cornered lot
with covered parking. $32K
Keith Hanson Realty
805-981-1552
VCS357203

Commercial
Real Estate
875-893

Recreation
900-945

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885
Commercial
Industrial Rent

909
Boats

CAMARILLO Warehouse
with Offices 675sq ft to
2,240 sq ft. Great
Freeway close location
805-649-4857
VCS357655

HALLETT BOAT
20 FOOT
Cabin Cruiser
1988 Hallett 270T.

VTA INDUSTRIAL SPACE


960sf - 2,125sf, with office &
warehouse, roll up door,
terrific location, great
terms and pricing.
Mid Valley Properties
805-527-9632 Ext:1
VCS357787

Beautiful condition
inside and out. White with
dark grey, yellow and
orange striping. Low
hours, has been stored
indoors. Teak flooring,
Teak swim step. Bimini
Top and full boat cover
included.Twin 350 Magnum
Mercruiser engines with
low hours. Comes with
custom made six axle
trailer. Boat has been
winterized. BEAUTIFUL
original owner and has
been kept in amazing
condition #cf7715
$22,500.00

887
Stores/Offices
Rent/Lease
AVENIDA DE
LOS ARBOLES
HOME OF
99 ONLY STORE
Prime Location In Thousand
Oaks Neighborhood Center,
2 spaces Available (1,130 @
$1.10sf & 2,622sf @ $1.00sf)
NNN Call (310)675-1179 ext 4
ask for Ana. VCS356752

CAMARILLO RETAIL
Santa Rosa Plaza,
650sf. David Press
(310)553-6512 VCS356760
VTA OFFICE SPACES
Medical offices next
To CMH Visible location
Ready to go/build to suit
With sink in every exam
room. Up to 4750sf avail.
ALSO
GARDEN OFFICES
Located in Venturas
prime Business district
off Market St.
Includes outdoor
deck/Patio in gorgeous
garden setting Roll up door
avail, leases as low as 0.75
sf. Flexible terms Great
pricing, wont last! Dont
miss out Call today
SINDEN
805-500-6675 or 805-402-9101
VCS357799
VTA PROFESSIONAL
OFFICE SPACE
Available $250/mo $300/mo
& $425/mo. Utilities paid.
Convenient location @
Victoria & 101 Fwy,
Call Mark @ 805-479-8284
VCS357495

805-416-6363
VCS357874

933
Motorcycles And
Equipment
HARLEY HERITAGE 93
Softtail, 67k mi., needs work,
pics avail. $6,500 obo. Call or
email Ray 805-290-8909 or
RCovarr303@aim.com
VCS358168

936
Motorhomes/RV
WANTED MOTOR HOME
/TRAVEL TRAILER OR
POSSIBLY TRUCK!
Will consider all types &
sizes. Have cash. Please call
Paul or Mary Anne
805-472-4909 VCS357656

945
RV / Motorhome
Service
PLEASURE WAY 2003
21 foot class B motorhome
low mileage 805-498-6656
5rmf507 VCS358079

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