X hits on this document

PDF document

PAVE PAWS celebrates 30 years - page 3 / 8

28 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

3 / 8

Boston Marathon

continued from page 1

the 267th airmen provided communication capabilities using the JISCC.

“[Today’s mission] has gone really well. We have a great EOC here in Rehoboth. It has computers, internet, phones, cable television and connectivity with Joint Force Headquarters but one of our great lessons learned from Operation Rising Water [where we provided flood prevention and relief to Massachusetts residents] was bringing in the folks from the 267th Combat Communications Squadron. This is a great opportunity for us to train together and for the 267th to show us even more of what they’re capable of bringing to the fight. Today we are practicing how they would come in and set up a Tactical Operations Center (TOC) because if they can set it up here, they can set it up on the Boston Common or on the Marathon route if we needed to be forward deployed,” said Lt. Col. Paul Landry, 79th Troop Command commander.

Both the primary marathon support operations and the field training exercise showcased the strength of the Massachusetts National Guard and the importance of Joint operations.

Coast Guard Housing

continued from page 1

  • There will be an increased police presence on base and

residential areas. Expect Military Police patrols, traffic stops, and more security officers at the gates. The Military Police Officers are deputized and have the same authority as the local police or state troopers.

  • There will be an increase in weapons noise from the

northern ranges. Additionally, the wooded area behind Kelly St, White St, and Scott Cir neighborhoods will be used for convoy/ambush training using blanks and dummy grenades from 0800 to 1700. THE ROAD TO THE WIND TURBINE WILL BE OFF LIMITS TO ALL RESIDENTS DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE!!!

  • Greenway Avenue North of the Sandwich gate will be off

limits for all residents; it will be used for training and will be an extremely high traffic area.

  • There may be an increase in patronage at all MWR

facilities, to include the Commissary, Base Exchange, and Mini-mart.

Some helpful tips and recommendations:

  • Remain clear of all training areas North of Connery

Avenue.

  • Allow ample time for transit to and from the base.

  • Obey all traffic rules DO NOT talk on your cell phone

while driving.

Soldiers from the 79th Troop Command work in the 79th Emergency Operations Center in Rehoboth, Mass.

“Although we’re not a Joint unit here at the 79th, we are embracing the whole Joint activity and we’re using some of the best and brightest that both the Army and the Air Force have to offer. We can conduct operations anywhere. We can be out of here and operational in as much time as it takes to pack up a bag and drive wherever we’re going,” said Lt. Col. Landry.

  • Yield to all military traffic/convoys and follow directions

given by Military Police officers.

  • Yield to all pedestrians and drive with an increased level

of caution. Drive the speed limit and be prepared to stop.

  • keep pets and children out

of the woods during June.

  • If you have any concerns,

please contact base security at (508) 968-6370. After hours, please contact the OOD at (508) 274-7927.

THE OTIS NOTICE —JUNE 2010 — 3

T

A

LUJEAN

Since

1961 N

N

Y

I

,

R

I

N

P

C

.

C

G

O

N

M

I

P

Full Service Printer! We Do It All!

4507 Route 28, Cotuit, MA 02635

508-428-8700 • Fax 508-428-8524 www.lujeanprintingcompany.com

Commercial & Personal • Sheetfed & Web Printing

NEWSPAPERS • CIRCULARS • FLYERS BROCHURES • ADS • LOGOS

Desktop Publishing & Design • Fax Service Invitations • Letterheads & Envelopes Business Cards • Menus • Forms • Copying 12 Color Giclée Reproductions

For the BEST Selection of

Y Wedding Invitations Y Reception Cards Y Response Cards Y Informal/Thank You Y Place Cards

Y Napkins, Matches & More... Visit the experts at Lujean Printing!

10% discount on your order with this ad

Military Members

TOYOTA

Active or Retired Get a Great Deal On A New or Used Toyota!

Former 102 SFS member Brian Nascarella served with the 102nd for over 10 years, and is now looking to serve in a different way. Come into Falmouth Toyota on MacArthur Blvd. in Bourne and ask Brian about the Military rebates. Feel free to call or e-mail Brian at (508)759-1900 x119, or nascar@falmouthtoyota.com

SUMMER SPORTS PROGRAMS

USCG Air Station Cape Cod

In Association with US Sports Institute

Flag Football

Team Building

Basketball

Badminton

Lacrosse

World Cup

Handball

Volleyball

Hockey

Pillo Polo

Cricket

Baseball

Bocce

Kickball

Soccer

Frisbee

Tennis

Rugby

MULTI SPORTS CLINIC

2010 PROGRAM DETAILS

Over 15 Sports from Around the World!

SPORT SQUIRTS

MS4734

Aug 2-6

Curtis Field

9am-1pm

MS4735

Aug 2-6

Curtis Field

9am-3pm

5-7

$149

7-14

$169

Experience over 15 different sports in one

Soccer Basketball T-Ball Hockey Lacrosse Parachute

Age

Fee

week

with

the

US

Sports

Institute.

The

Sport Squirts is a great way to introduce children ages 3 to 5 to a variety of new and exciting sports.

Code

Date Location Times MULTI SPORTS PROGRAM

multi sport program is the camp program dedicated sports minded youngster.

only summer

to

the

truly

sports are learned through a series of games and activities designed to capture imagination, ensure learn- ing and most importantly to let the children have fun, fun, fun!

Sessions

take place in

a safe,

structured

environment,

and all

SPORTS SQUIRTS

SP4736

Aug 2-6

Curtis Field

4-5.30pm

3-5

$89

Show your Military ID to receive a 10% discount on all programs.

International Coaches Fun Games & Drills World Cup Afternoons Theme Days Olympic Fridays

Water Games First Aid Certified Camp Coordinator Social Environment Coaches Challenge

To register or for further information: please contact:

MWR Recreation Specialist

Candy LeBlanc, X6446, (508) 968 6446 Candace.c.leblanc@uscg.mil

Presented by:

Alternatively please complete the registration form and return with payment to:

Candace LeBlanc MWR Administration Office

BOUCHIE INSURANCE

Single Membership 1 Month - $105.00 3 Month - $185.00 6 Month - $210.00 Annual - $285.00

Senior Single Membership (55 Years of Age or older) 1 Month - $90.00 3 Month - $157.50 6 Month - $180.00 Annual - $247.50

Family Membership (2 Adults & 2 Children) 1 Month - $160.00 3 Month - $250.00 6 Month - $300.00 Annual - $425.00

Family Senior Membership

(55 Years of Ages & Older - 2 Adults)

1 Month - $135.00 3 Month - $202.50 6 Month - $247.50 Annual - $360.00

Additional children may be added to the membership for a fee of $50.00 per child. Guests welcome to join you for a fee of $8.00 per guest per day.

Robert E. Bouchie Jr., Insurance Agency, Inc.

Great Service & Rates

Hours of operation are 5 AM to 11 PM, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The pool; is closed from 1 PM to 2:30 PM daily.

Auto Home Boat Business Life Health Long Term Care IRA ’s Mutual Funds

Military Auto Specialists Keep Your Out of State Plates

MAIN GATE

RT 28

RT 28

RT 28A

RT 151

508.564.5560 800.393.3400 Fax 508.564.5531

BOUCHIE 1352 Route 28A, Cataumet (Between Route 151 in North Falmouth & Otis ANGB Rotary in Bourne)

291 Jones Road • Falmouth • 508-540-2000

Document info
Document views28
Page views28
Page last viewedFri Dec 09 04:52:48 UTC 2016
Pages8
Paragraphs621
Words8563

Comments