Friday, october 17, 2014 Inside The Breeze to close for renovations. See story Page 6 Army Ranger instructor credited with water rescue. See story Page 7 index Briefs.............................. Page 11 Classifieds...................... Page 15 Philpott........................... Page 10 Fire Muster Challenge | 2 contactus Mon.-Fri.:............8 a.m. to 5 p.m.v News Phone:........863-1111, Ext. 1472 News Fax:...........863-7834 E-mail: [email protected] Address: 2 Eglin Parkway NE Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548 Samuel King Jr. | USAF “Indian and Indian Motorcycle are registered trademarks of Indian Motorcycle International LLC. Always wear a helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing and obey the speed limit. Never ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol.” THE ROAD JUST GOT A LOT MORE EXCITING. 2104648 YOURS TO DISCOVER... 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Because of our success, often times nuclear deterrence opera- Susan Fabozzi News Assistant 315-4450 [email protected] News (850) 315-4450 Fax: (850) 863-7834 E-mail: [email protected] Advertising 863-1111 Ext. 1341 Mail 2 Eglin Parkway NE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548 Year No. 8 Edition No. 42 Samuel King Jr. | USAF The Explosive Ordnance Disposal team pulls a full fire hose toward their target during this year’s Fire Muster Challenge. tions can be overlooked as a critical function,” said Col. Zannis Pappas, the missile operations career field manager. “The medal acknowledges the special challenges faced by those Airmen charged with supporting the nuclear enterprise and will be a point of pride by all who wear it.” Service members may be awarded the nuclear deterrence medal if they were assigned, deployed or mobilized to a wing, center or below in support of the nuclear enterprise for 120 consecutive days or 179 nonconsecutive days. Subsequent awards will only be authorized when a permanent change of station to a qualifying The medal will be awarded to individuals for their direct support of nuclear deterrence operations. unit has occurred. “The Air Force continues to demonstrate its support to the most vital part of the nuclear enterprise - the Airmen,” said Maj. Gen. Garrett Harencak, Air Force assistant chief of staff for strategic deterrence and nuclear integration. “This medal exists as a tangible way to acknowledge the importance of this mission and the dedication and pride that the men and women in the nuclear community show to their country. Having secretary of the Air Force-level interest testifies to the importance of this decoration and impact on nuclear operations.” The medal will be worn with an “N” device for those who dispatched to a missile complex for 179 nonconsecutive days in direct support of intercontinental ballistic missile operations or are in direct support of nuclear laden aircraft. Only one “N” device will be worn, regardless of the number of qualifying assignments. An oak leaf cluster will be worn for subsequent awards, which will only be authorized when a PCS has occurred. Eligibility for the medal is retroactive to Dec. 27, 1991. Nominations for currently serving Airmen will be processed through their respective chain of command. A member’s current group commander is considered the awarding authority for the medal. Retired or separated Airmen can submit a request submitted to the Air Force Personnel Center recognition section for validation. The award can be presented posthumously, as well, so family members of deceased Airmen can also contact AFPC for information. The medal is currently under development with a projected date of availability through the Defense Supply System of March 2015. For more information and full eligibility criteria, go to myPers. Guard, Reserve, retired and separated Airmen and their family members may contact the Air Reserve Personnel Center at 800-525-0102, for assistance. PIZZA QUICK BITE COME IN FOR A NEW PIZZA RECIPES!! NOW SERVING HOT ANDSERVING FRESH PIZZA!! EASY ACCESS TO ROCCO’S GREAT SANDWICHES!! 119N.N. EGLIN 103 • SHALIMAR 119 EGLIN PKWY.PKWY. STE 103 •STE SHALIMAR 850-683-6866 850-683-6866 Mon.- Fr. 10:30am - 8pm • Sat. 10:30am - 6pm • Closed Sunday Mon.-Fri. 10:30am8pm; Sat. 10:30am-6pm; Closed Sunday Samuel King Jr. | USAF Above, an Airman with the First Sergeants team moved through a tube while blindfolded during this year’s Fire Muster Challenge Oct. 10 at Eglin Air Force Base. Teams competed in the challenge that included shooting and rolling up the fire hose, victim-carry and water relay. 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One led a group to safety through a field laden with improvised bombs. Another leapt out of the safety of his own vehicle into a barrage of rocket-propelled grenades and gunfire to provide medical care to a wounded Soldier. One by one on Wednesday, Oct. 8, more than a dozen Soldiers from the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) lined the stage. Their commanders passed before them to pin medals on their uniforms, shake their hands, give a warm pat on the shoulder. Almost 13 years to the day since the United States began major combat operations in Afghanistan, the DEVON RAVINE | Daily News Brig. Gen. Michael Turello, deputy commander of the 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) (Provisional), left, awards Sgt. Carlos Torres with the U.S. Army’s Soldier’s Medal on Wednesday, Oct. 8, for his part in rescuing a driver from his burning vehicle. als, all with valor, for their actions during their nearly six-month deployment. During that time, they worked primarily in the 2109113 Join us for Monday Night Football! southern part of Afghanistan, one of the country’s most contested areas, and helped secure a presidential election with unprec- edented voter turnout, as well as made major strides in training Afghan soldiers. Their successes came Magnolia Grill magnoliagrillfwb.com in spite of the “turmoil” created by the drawdown of regular troops and widespread base closures, said Brig. Gen. Michael Turello, deputy commander of the 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) (Provisional). Two of the men received Soldier’s Medals for climbing into a burning car to rescue a fellow Soldier while back in the United States. “All these men placed not only the mission but their fellow Soldiers above their own concern,” Turello said during the ceremony, which was also attended by U.S. Congressman Jeff Miller. “Their acts of extraordinary heroism were not planned or demanded, they were acts given freely by the Soldiers and their teammates,” Turello said. “Through their choice and their actions, these soldiers have earned the respect of their peers — and of their nation.” Staff Sgt. Marleah Robertson | USAF Eglin Sailors celebrate Navy birthday Commander Kenneth Jalali, Center of Naval Aviation Technical Training Detachment Eglin Air Force Base officer in charge, and the youngest Sailor cut a cake after celebrating the Navy’s 239th birthday, Oct. 10 on Eglin Air Force Base. In 1972, Adm. Elmo R. 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On Thursday, 11 Soldiers who returned from Afghanistan this spring received Bronze Star or Army Commendation med- 2109038 By LAUREN SAGE REINLIE Sunday School.............10 a.m. Preaching.....................11a.m. Sunday...........................6p.m. Wednesday Night...........7 p.m. 2109149 New Authentic Menu Items! Tacos Pastor Menudo Carne Asada Horchata Tortas Flan (cubana, milanesa) and many more! 300 Eglin Pkwy, Ft. Walton Beach | 862-2007 Mon-Thur 11am-10pm | Fri-Sat 11am-10pm | Sun 11am-9pm 2113407 Friday, October 17, 2014 | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Page Page | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Friday, October 17, 2014 Army Ranger instructor credited with water rescue The Breeze to close for renovations FREE G IN PARK Concealed Weapons Class Sat/Sun 11am or 2pm Gun Show added to their pay. That money will allow Airmen to choose to eat wherever they want and whatever they want, until the dining facility is back on line, and their meal card entitlement is restored. Once the renovations are completed, Harvey expects a greater atmosphere for customers to dine, relax and fellowship. “It will be a much more pleasurable environment all around,” Harvey said. “For instance the accumulator eliminates the need for pre-positioned bussing carts, which were a nuisance when holding a meeting or just watching TV here in the facility. The new flooring will be an epoxy surface that is easier to clean, and the non-skid surface will be safer.” “We appreciate everyone’s patience and we’re excited that once these renovations are completed, we will have a world-class dining facility for our patrons,” said Lt. Col. Rob Roeckers, 96th Force Support Squadron commander. Samuel King Jr. | USAF The Breeze renovations The Breeze Dining Facility will close Nov. 1, for renovations are projected for complewhich are part of the Air Force-wide Food Transformation tion no later than March Initiative. 2015. February october 23rd & & 26th 24th 25th Ft. 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Then Clarke went back for the original victim. “I tried to calm him down, assure him everything was good to go,” he said. “He was out pretty far. The rip current was actually catching him and pulling him out farther.” Clarke was able to get everyone back to shore, where a crowd had gathered. Rescuers and bystanders helped get everyone onto shore and fire rescue gave the victims oxygen as a precaution, he said. “People were clapping, giving me hugs,” he said. “I’m glad I was actually there.” He said the response was instinct, the result of his training. Fall Into GREAT RATES Money Market 6 Month Bonus Rate 3 % aPY* 1 YeaR cd Rate a great thing you just did,’ ” he said. Because he hadn’t left his name, but had mentioned being an Army Ranger at Eglin Air Force Base, a bystander tracked him down through the Public Affairs office, wanting him to be recognized for his actions. “It wasn’t about me. 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He said he just reacted, rescuing the man and a second person. ***Additional information: gulfcoast.edu/hr/employment.htm Gulf Coast State College does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, sex, age, marital status, or disability in its programs, activities or employment. Roberta Mackey, Executive Director of Human Resources, 850-913-2926, has been designated as the person to handle all inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies. 1129584 The Breeze Dining Facility will close Nov. 1, for several months to complete the final phase of renovations. The facility closed in 2013 for renovations, which were part of an Air Forcewide Food Transformation Initiative. Now, funding is available to finish the job. “We were fortunate in that leadership recognized the importance the FTI program played in enhancing the quality of life for 2109930 Team Eglin Public Affairs Team Eglin and funded 100 percent of the projects we’d asked for earlier,” said Food Service officer Aubrey Harvey. The final renovations include new flooring throughout the facility, new tables, chairs and booths in the seating areas, state-of-theart refrigeration equipment , and a carousel tray system where the customers slide their trays in a rack. Impacted dorm residents will see a change to their paycheck in November when a basic allowance for substance, or BAS, is 2077822 By Lois Walsh Friday, October 17, 2014 | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Page Page | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Friday, October 17, 2014 VisitingVETERANS Looking for a way to help someone? 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Visiting Veterans is a companionship level of care to provide respite to families who care for their loved ones. Volunteers are a friendly face and a listening ear while the caregiver is away. Samuel King Jr. | USAF photos Above, injured students lie in front of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Memorial after a simulated vehicle-borne improvised explosive device was detonated at the EOD school house Oct. 7 at Eglin Air Force Base. The scene was part of a major accident response exercise for the Navy EOD School, Team Eglin first responders and local emergency crews. Firefighters and emergency medical technicians responded to the scene to put out the fire and assist the victims. The exercise helped train Navy EOD School staff, Team Eglin first responders and local emergency crews. Firefighters and emergency medical technicians responded to the scene to put out the fire and assist the victims. A 96th Test Wing firefighter secures a simulated victim’s neck during a major accident response exercise Oct. 7 at Eglin. At right, Navy School Explosive Ordnance Disposal medics evaluate simulated victims during a major accident response exercise Oct. 7 A 96th Test Wing firefighter examines a simulated victim during a major accident response exercise Oct. 7 at Eglin Air Force Base. A FILM BY DAVID AYER COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS IN ASSOCIATION WITH QED INTERNATIONAL AND LSTAR CAPITAL A QED INTERNATIONAL/LE GRISBI PRODUCTICASTIONS/CRAVE FILMS PRODUCTION A FILM BY DAVID AYER NG BRADPITT “FURY” SHIMUSIAC LABEOUF LOGANLCOSTUMEERMAN MICHAEL PEÑAFILMJON BERNTHAL JASONISAACS SCOTTPRODUCTIEASTWOOD BY MARY VERNIEU, CSA LINDSAY GRAHAM, CSA ON DIRECTOR OF BY STEVEN PRICE DESIGNER OWENTHORNTON EDITORS DODY DORN, ACE JAY CASSIDY, ACE DESIGNER ANDREW MENZIES PHOTOGRAPHY ROMAN VASYANOV EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS BRADPITT SASHASHAPIRO ANTONLESSINE ALEX OTT BEN WAISBREN PRODUCEDBY BIL BLOCK DAVID AYER ETHAN SMITH JOHN LESHER WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY DAVID AYER 1128407 Friday, October 17, 2014 | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Page 11 Page 10 | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Friday, October 17, 2014 The recent 90-day review of the Military Healthcare System found it “comparable in access, quality and safety to average private-sector health care,” Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told a press conference last week. That was disappointing to hear for a medical system that, for decades, has described itself as overall excellent and among the best in the country. “Overall, MHS performance mirrors what we see in the private sector: a good deal of mediocrity, pockets of excellence and some serious gaps,” wrote Janet M. Corrigan of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, one of the outside experts who helped with the review. The report and appendix run more than 700 pages including 10 pages just to list and define a sea of acronyms associated military health care. But the report also turns a spotlight on a new tool that patients, staff and outside health experts agree is improving access to care and perhaps quality too: a secure messaging system between patients and military physicians. The report endorses it, urging full implementation and careful monitoring to ensure that it achieves its potential for beneficiaries and in support of the Tom Philpott military’s “patient-centered medical home” concept of care. The concept has transformed the direct care system, starting in 2010, putting at its center beneficiaries enrolled in primary care clinics, assigned to named doctors who are supported by small professional staffs or teams. And eyeing ways to enhance the relationship of physician and patient, and to widen access, the military by August 2010 took its first step toward secure messaging, selecting a commercial product called RelayHealth. Navy was first to test it. Positive results led Army and Air Force to buy in. By January this year, RelayHealth became operational at Aviano Air Base, Italy, the last of 440 primary care practices provided secure messaging. Air Force calls it MyCare. Soldiers and their families know it as the Army Secure Messaging System. Navy still calls it RelayHealth. With a new contract due in 2016, one goal will be to rebrand under a single name. As of June, more than a million beneficiaries enrolled in direct care had registered for secure messaging, up 57 percent from last year. However, only 120,000 a month log in to initiate contact with their physicians. “We think that is low,” said Regina M. Julian, chief of patient-centered medical home primary care for the Defense Health Agency. Given the new MHS review endorsement, and positive feedback from both patients and providers, Army, Navy and Air Force are developing a tri-service promotion campaign for secure messaging, Julian said. Those trading emails with their doctors appreciate the ease of access, the speed of response and the convenience. Survey data show 97 percent of beneficiaries who use secure messaging are satisfied, and 86 percent say it likely saved them from making clinic appointments or visiting urgent care. So it frees up appointments that other patients can use, Julian said. Cost avoidance is another benefit. A clinic visit costs the military, on average, $77, she said. If just 9 percent of message users replace clinic visits with email exchanges, the costs avoided would cover the annual $8.5 million cost of the RelayHealth contract. The larger goal, however, is that lowered demand for face-to-face appointments by some will allow more to get military care or faster care. “People who have it, and whose doctors use it, love it,” said Joyce Wessel Raezer, executive director of National Military Family Association, when asked to assess the popularity of doctor-patient messaging. “If they can handle something with the doctor over secure email, such as ‘Your test results are normal’ or ‘I want you to take this medication for a while longer,’ that frees up apSee email page 11 AMERICA’S HEROES DESERVE THE BEST. Get Cox High Speed Internet, HBO® and Starz® at one low price with Flex Watch. 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Event is open to the public and promises to be bigger, faster, and better than ever before. Last day to register is Oct. 17. Participants are expected to be on site Oct. 25 by 2 p.m. at the Ground Combat Training Squadron compound near the West Gate Shoppette. At the end of the race, refugee runners and spectators alike will celebrate their survival - or their zombie transformation - with music, food, and beverages. (Beer included for ages 21 and up!) Allen Turner Chevrolet will have their Zombie Car on display, and prizes will be awarded to the top male and female competitors. For details, visit www. eglinforcesupport.com or call 883-1682. Julian said. “That caused our people a lot of angst initially.” Army found a way to automate the cutting and pasting of secure messaging into AHLTA encounter notes. Every service now uses it. “This is much more efficient than the old way of hand-typing an entire telephone encounter as phone calls come in,” Julian said. Some doctors also have been concerned that secure emails lengthen their workdays or lower their opportunity to accumulate “relative value units,” a measure of work product. A face-to-face visit typically counts as 2.4 RVUs whereas answering an email might not count for any, Julian said. So a tri-service advisory board on primary care has approved a new workday template that will build into physician daily schedules 80 minutes of virtual appointment periods to answer email. But the number of patients empanelled to each primary care physician also is to increase in light of se- cure messaging. They soon could have responsibility for 1100 enrollees apiece versus current patient panels that top out at about 950. During town hall meetings at seven military bases during the MHS review, arranged to get some direct feedback from beneficiaries and providers, secure messaging was roundly praised by those able to use it. Julian recalled her own recent meeting with military and veterans advocacy groups where she briefed on secure messaging. “Two gentlemen who self-identified as being well over age of 65,” she said, pulled out smart phones to show her messages from their primary care managers. “Both of them said secure messaging was the best thing they had experienced in 40-plus years of military medical care,” said Julian. Bob Hope Village Rummage Sale The annual The Bob Hope Village Rummage Sale is open to the public and will be held from 8 a.m. - noon Oct. 18 at the Bob Hope Village Commons Building, 30 Holly Ave, Shalimar. A pre-show will be held Oct. 17 from noon - 2 p.m. for Air Force Enlisted Village residents and staff only. For information, contact Bobbi Jo at (850)651-2635. See briefs page 12 email From page 10 pointments [and] reduces the hassle.” But Raezer said availability of secure email across military health care “is still inconsistent.” It can vary between hospitals, clinics or even physicians, she said, “with some doctors just choosing not to play.” “We have a few holdouts in a couple areas in primary care [and] providers who aren’t necessarily using it as robustly as he or she could,” Julian said. The goal achieved in January was secure messaging installed at all primary care clinics. Some specialty clinics will begin to get it soon. But Julian said she read many comments from beneficiaries made during the review, saying they wished all of their providers used secure messaging. One irritant for staff is that RelayHealth isn’t integrated with AHLTA, the military’s electronic health record system. “That means they have to cut-andpaste the encounter into AHLTA [to] have a good virtual lifetime record of care,” THE EDUCATION YOU WANT. THE SUPPORT YOU DESERVE. Tom Philpott is a syndicated columnist. You may write to him at Military Update, P.O. Box 231111, Centreville, VA 201201111; or at [email protected] You’ll find University of Maryland University College (UMUC) online and on-site right here at Eglin AFB, along with our National Testing Center. We stand ready to help you pursue your degree and advance your career in cybersecurity, business and management, public safety and other in-demand fields. In person or online, UMUC's dedicated military advisors can help you • Make the most of your military benefits. • Identify which credits can be transferred from other colleges and military service schools and applied toward your degree. • Map out your path to degree completion. • Apply for admission and register. AT YOUR SERVICE SINCE 1947 Recognized as a 2014 Military Friendly School™ by G.I. Jobs and Military Advanced Education Stop by or call 502 “W” D Avenue, Ste 100, Eglin AFB 850-882-1321 • military.umuc.edu/eglinonsite 1128408 Health review verifies a pearl: secure doc-patient email eglin Briefs Friday, October 17, 2014 | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Page 13 Page 12 | THE EGLIN DISPATCH | Friday, October 17, 2014 2109635 briefs From page 11 Try Our New Char Grill Entrees “Home of the Mother Tom Omelette” 3.99 $ Friday Special Fresh Fried Mullet with 2 Sides 7.69 $ 400 N Eglin Pkwy, FWB, FL • (850) 243 0733 The United Way of Okaloosa-Walton Counties is planning the Annual Coats for Kids at Christmas Coat Drive to help children in need in Okaloosa & Walton Counties. There will be collection boxes at both Eglin chapels. Drop off items NLT Nov. 7. Air Force Storytellers Sunday Team Eglin hosts an Air Force Storytellers event from 7:30 - 10:30 a.m. Oct. 24 at Luke’s Place (Bldg. 615, 9:45 am Sunday School 11:00 am Morning Worship 6:00 pm Evening Service Wednesday room 108). The event has four keynote speakers that will share their experiences about the Air Force and resiliency. Breakfast food is provided. The event is open to everyone on base and no RSVP is required. For information, call 882-3225 Hazardous Waste Collection A free Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day is scheduled from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24 at the Hurlburt Field Hazardous Waste Collection Facility at bldg. 90523, located on Red Horse Road behind Aderholt Fitness Center. Items 7:00 pm Adult Bible Study, Children and Youth Programs Home of the Calvary Christian Academy K3-12th Grade Wolf Pack Seacrest Wolf Preserve Presents Connect with nature and Howl with the Wolves at The Oaks Farm 3499 Bonnett Pond Road, Chipley, Florida 32428 October 24, 25, 26, 2014 Friday, Oct. 24 – CAMPING NEAR THE WOLVES Gates open at 1pm for campers only. Unlimited primitive camping, no reservations required. Limited electrical hook-ups (Reservations required). Great restrooms and showers. 5020662 13th Annual 5020672 Join the Interagency for Terrorism Special Operations Awareness Course The USAF Special Op- Attention military and U.S. Government civilians. The next Dynamics of International Terrorism (DIT) course will be Oct. 27-31 at the USAF Special Operations School, 357 Tully St., Bldg 90503, Hurlburt Field. DIT is a basic course designed to provide students with an awareness and appreciation of the organization, motivation, operational capabilities, and threat posed by terror- erations School invites all base personnel to attend the Interagency for Special Operations Forces (IASOF) Course on Oct. 15-16. To enroll in the course, contact the Student Registrar, Ms. Linda Urda, at 884-4757. For additional course content information, visit http://www. afsoc.af.mil/usafsos/iasof.asp. 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Ladies age 16 and older (teens ages 1315 accompanied by a parent) are invited to enjoy a funfilled night of outdoor pampering, featuring manicures, facials, a health and wellness presentation, games, dancing, an outdoor movie, snacks, beverages and much more. Cost is $30 per person and includes a single tent, camping equipment, snacks, beverages, breakfast, and yoga instruction. Register as a group for a 2-4-person tent and pay only $20 per person. For information and to sign up, call Outdoor Rec, 882-5058. Spiritual Renewal Conference Participants, volunteers needed for Trunk or Treat PRESTON HOOD CHEVROLET Truck Month The Lowest New 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Plus $2,500 in trade assistance on the most dependable PRICED FROM $21,247* longest lasting fullsized pickup on the road! CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED VEHICLES. 2014 CHEVROLET CRUZE 1LT Youth basketball, cheerleading Eglin Beach Park closes Oct. 26 Fall Parking Lot sale The Eglin Beach Park, located on Okaloosa Island at the foot of the Destin Bridge, is open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. until it closes for the season on Oct. 26. Pavilion reservations for private functions are available and can be On select nights through made by contacting Outdoor Nov. 1, your worst night- Rec, 882-5058. mares will take shape as Universal Studios Florida theme park is transformed Get your spook on for this into the award-winning Halyear’s “Trunk or Treat” Fall loween Horror Nights. See if you can survive all-new Festival event. Bring the haunted houses, spine- whole family at 5 p.m. Oct. 24 chilling street experiences, to Post’l Point for a fun-filled Trunk or Treat Must wear Tennis shoes, long pants, and sleeved shirts Last tour at 4pm on Saturday and Sunday For all information and schedules visit our web site at Come out and join the 96th FSS and the Eglin Fitness Center for Eglin’s 7th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness 3-Mile Run/Walk at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at the CE pavilion. Participation is free to all base personnel, no sign-up is required. Wear pink to show your support. Following the race, a Breast Cancer Awareness Costume Contest will be held, with a prize awarded to the “Most Creative” costume for an individual and for a group. For information, call the Fitness Center, 882-6223. event featuring contests for Best Costumes and Best Decorated Trunks. There will be plenty of candy, popcorn, candied apples, treats and prizes to collect, face painting, a haunted hayride to enjoy and more. The event features kid-friendly music with the opportunity to participate in a Thriller Flash Mob and movies on the big screen. Festival admission is free for all base personnel and families so scare up the The Eglin Chapel invites whole bunch and join us for a everyone to a Spiritual Re- not-too-frightening fun time. newal Conference Oct. 17-19 Outdoor Rec / 882-5058. hosted by the Gospel Service. The conference times are at 6:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 9:30 a.m. on Sunday. Dr. James R Wright Jr. will be speaking. For information, contact Ch Interested in decoratRichardson at 882-2111. ing your trunk and bringing treats for the kids? Outdoor Rec is looking for organizations, clubs, families and individuals who would like Registration for youth to participate in this event, Basketball and Cheerlead- with prizes for Best Decoing is open through Nov. 14 rated Trunk! Volunteers are at the Eglin Youth Center. also needed. Can’t decorate Registrants must be age five your trunk, but still want prior to Dec. 1, 2014, and un- to get involved? Volunteers der age 16 prior to Feb. 28, for Eglin’s “Trunk or Treat” 2015. For information, con- event are needed to set up tact the Eglin Youth Cen- and take down event decoter & School Age Program, rations and to help with the 8882-8212 or 882-8291. night’s activities. For information, stop by Outdoor Rec or call 882-5058. Halloween Horror Nights FREE ENTRY AT THE GATE – Purchase tickets for FUN events! Tickets will be sold for all other events • Prices are $1.00 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5.00. All dogs MUST have current vaccinations and MUST be on a leash or contained at ALL times) Breast Cancer run/walk outrageous live shows, and more. There’s no better way to “end” your day at Universal than with the winner of Amusement Today’s “Best Halloween Event” Golden Ticket award. For information and discounted ticket prices, visit ITT or call, 882-5930. 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Support our Military and tell shoppers where to find the best Military & Local Specials! Fishing clinic 101 Want to learn the basic techniques of fishing, to include baiting, casting, reeling, and fish identification? A fishing clinic will be held at 10 a.m. Oct. 25. For information, call Outdoor Rec 882-5058. ADS FOR THE PATRIOT PACKAGE RUN 6 TIMES: ERAU Classes are filling fast… register today for the October term. Term dates are Oct. 20 – Dec. 21. EmbryRiddle offers Associate, Bachelor and Master De- All ads also include your company logo on the Northwest Florida Daily News website! $ ONLY 250 EACH M-F from 11am - 2pm 10% Military Discount on all food items. 4504 E HWY 20, Niceville, FL 279-4485 SIGN UP FOR ALL 6 AND SAVE www.facebook.com/schnitzellodge $300! Praise, Power and Compassion Ministries Elder Darrell Coleman, Pastor 1126287 Reserve yours today! Pastor & First Lady Coleman 294 Main Street (P.O. 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Call our Volunteer Coordinator (602)299-1893. For information, call Kirby Locklear (850)863-5311 or Glenn Farmer (850)678-7714. Visit www.thunderbirdpowwow. org Pensacola Opera performs Pinocchio The Pensacola Opera will be performing a 40-minute operatic version of Pinocchio at the Air Force Armament Museum on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 11 a.m. Admission is free. First-come, firstserved seating is available, or bring a cushion/blanket. To submit an item for the briefs, e-mail us at [email protected] eglindispatch.com. Deadline for Friday’s edition is noon Monday. C LA S S IF IE D S It’s easy to place an in-colum n classified ad in the Eglin Dispatch. 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All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Fisher House of the Emerald Coast and Operation Homefront. For tickets or information, contact Kim Henderson at (850)259-4956 or [email protected] For information on Op- Serving Your Favorite German Fare For Lunch! Full Color 2 Col. x 4” Ads eration Homefront, contact Brittany Wade at Brittany. [email protected] net. Thunderbird Operation Homefront Intertribal Powwow reception 27th Annual Thunderbird 2109130 Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, September 11TH & Veteran’s Day grees in Aeronautics, Management, and Engineering in-residence and online. Mrs. Hollis/Mrs. Hitt, ERAU Eglin Campus, 678-3137. � able at the Mini Mall. Note: sellers are asked not to offer live animals or guns for sale. For information, visit www. eglinforcesupport.com or call 882-1482. The Destin Log is seeking an energetic, outgoing candidate for our Advertising Sales team. The position will require you to use consultative selling approach and be responsible for selling advertising solutions from our extensive suite of services - niche glossy magazines, digital and other print platforms. The person will prospect and work with local business owners to develop advertising campaigns that meet their advertising goals and service existing accounts to ensure we are growing their business and helping them reach the growing health and beauty market segment and at the same time create long lasting relationships. We are looking for a connected, high energy individual who wants to be part of a dynamic sales team. Applicants should be motivated, outgoing, personal, competitive and possess a strong work ethic. Someone who can prepare and conduct presentations and is organized and detail oriented. We provide: * A fun and exciting work environment * Base salary, commission, mileage * Sales training * Medical, dental, vision, life, disability insurance and 401(K) We Require: * Advanced computer and social media skills * 2 + Years of B2B sales experience * Must have valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and reliable vehicle If you think you are the right candidate for this position, please send your resume to [email protected] Hiring is contingent on background check and pre-employment drug screening. EOE/DFWP Web ID#: 34303303 zA reliable vehicle zProof of Auto Insurance zA valid driver’s license zBe 18 yrs or older Stop by 638 N. Ferdon Blvd, Crestview or Call Dale Robinson before 11am 850-682-6524 Buy it! Classified. Make your move to the medium that’s your number one source of information about homes for sale! For all your housing needs - consult Classified when it’s time to buy, it’s the resource on which to rely. COLUMBUS DAY SPECIAL Fort Walton Beach. 2 br 2ba. 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Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on a equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. Training/Education Want to be a CNA/Phlebotomist? Don’t want to wait? Express Training Services now offering our nursing asst. exam prep classes in DESTIN Class for 1 week. 850-502-5521 Military Spouses We Are mycaa certified expresstrainingservices.com Next class starts: : 10/27/2014 8am - 4pm NICEVILLE 4BD/2BA/ 2CG 1950 Sq Ft Central Air cul-de-sac $1400 month DD Lease, 850-585-8237 Text FL03357 to 56654 APALACHICOLA LAND FOR SALE! 1,517.34 acres located just west of Apalachicola. Excellent deer hunting and timber investment! $1,250 per acre. Call Advance Land and Timber, LLC at 800-860-9909. Pontiac Firebird 1996 V6 White with dark gray leather, many extras. Like new. 20800 miles. 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