Dept of Military and
Gen Glenn K. Rieth
The Adjutant General
Gen Maria Falca-Dodson
Deputy Adjutant General
(Ret) Stephen G. Abel
Deputy Commissioner for Veterans Affairs
us is easy!
of the Assistant Commissioner
(Ret) Michael B. Smith
Laura A. Branham
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National Guard Needs You!
Here is our featured
Job of the Week
Wheel Vehicle Repairer
The wheel vehicle repairer performs direct support and general
support maintenance on wheel vehicles, material handling
equipment (less propulsion motor electrical MHE), trailers,
and associated items. Repairs diesel power plants/packs,
wheel vehicle clutch assemblies, compression ignition air
induction systems, vehicle liquid cooling systems, wheel
vehicle chassis electrical systems, standard transmission
assemblies, automatic transmission assemblies, air controlled
semiautomatic transmission assemblies, transfer assemblies,
axle assemblies air (wedge, s-cam) brake systems, wheel vehicle
hub assemblies, wheel vehicle mechanic (manual) steering
systems, wheel vehicle hydraulic (power) steering systems & articulated
steering systems. Repairs wheel vehicle using battlefield
damage assessment & repair.
If you’re interested in an exciting
contact your Recruiting Office at
State Veterans Service
Mr. Richard Clark
NJ Advisory Committee for
Mrs. Anna Hoffman
BG Willam C. Doyle Cemetery Advisory
Mr. William Rakestraw
Benefits & Entitlements
New Jersey Freedom Loans
What is a Freedom Loan?
* Up to $10,000
* Annual APR 6%
* Term: 5 years (no pre-payment penalty)
* Unsecured Loan (no collateral required)
Who is eligible to apply?
NJ residents who are:
* Members of the National Guard or Reserve
* Mobilized for one year or longer to fight in the Global
War on Terrorism (GWOT) – excluding routine training.
* Served 90 or more consecutive days in the
GWOT on federal or state active duty (excluding routing training)
and have received orders extending cumulative active duty
a year or longer.
How do I apply?
* Contact participating banks. Call or visit
your local branch office to obtain an application.
* Guardmembers, Reservists, or family members with Power of
Attorney must submit copies of current mobilization orders
with the bank’s Freedom Loan application.
Union of NJ
609-538-4061, ext. 401
Morris Bank & Trust
Thought for the day...
is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions…
- Fortune Cookie
Restoring Hope in Iraq
The 50th Main Support Battalion continues
to bring help and hope to the citizens of Iraq. 3-year-old
Karawan was introduced to Army Aviation with a life saving
medevac flight from FOB Speicher to Balad recently. Karawan
has recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, which are growths
on the lower part of her throat that prevent her from eating,
drinking or breathing properly. MAJ Mike Moore, Commander
of Echo Company and MAJ Lisa Shivers met Karawan during a
Civil Affairs mission in Tikrit after she had been turned
away from a Baghdad hospital without treatment or hope. MAJ
Moore arranged for tests, but while waiting for results her
condition worsened making it impossible for her to drink
anything for 3 days. She was brought to the Medical Treatment
Facility at FOB Speicher where Echo Company medics administered
IV fluids. MAJ Moore then arranged for her to see a surgeon
at the United States Air Force hospital in Balad. After a
tracheotomy and the removal of some growths, Karawan is now
doing very well. Battalion Surgeon, LTC Keith Morgan put
it succinctly; “MAJ Moore and the staff at the FOB
Speicher Medical Treatment Facility saved this little girls
life”. The motto for the 50th MSB stands true again, “The
Best Don’t Rest”.
Paramus Veterans Home Helps a Hero
(by helping their family)
Help a Hero by Helping Their Family was the
slogan for a very successful donation drive by the employees
of the Paramus Veterans Home. After reading about the Family
Assistance Centers in the weekly DMAVA Highlights newsletter,
nurse Mary Carroll called and asked what they could do to
help. The Family Assistance Center, located in Teaneck, helps
local families of soldiers serving in the military. When
asked what their greatest need was at this time, (aside from
money), they asked for donated paper products, such as toilet
paper, paper towels, hygiene products etc. The staff responded
immediately. On 22 July, a van load of paper goods was delivered
to SGT Sarah Loureiro, HHD 50th MSB Rear Detachment Representative.
SGT Loureiro said they do special projects with the soldiers’ children,
like taking them to Dorney Park, and they will be doing special
activities for the upcoming holidays. Thank you to all who
The 52nd Anniversary of the End of
the Korean War
Wednesday, 27 July 2005 a ceremony was held
at the New Jersey Korean War Memorial in Atlantic City marking
the 52nd Anniversary of the end of the Korean War. Despite
the oppressive heat, a capacity crowd filled the Brighton
Park Amphitheater (adjacent to the memorial) to see twenty
local veterans receive the Korean War Service Medal, presented
by the Deputy Commissioner of Veterans Affairs, COL (Ret)
Stephen Abel. Chaired by Thomas McHugh, State Commander of
the Korean War Veterans Association, the event was supported
by the Division of Veterans Services and the Division of
NJ ChalleNGe Cadet Honored at National
Last week, Cadet Michael Lowe Jr. of the
New Jersey National Guard ChalleNGe Youth Program, was recognized
for his winning essay at a national recognition ceremony
held in Washington D.C. The event was originated by the Kuwait-American
Foundation and sponsored nationally by the National Campaign
to Stop Violence. Cadet Lowe was one of seven regional ChalleNGe
winners from across the United States. Thank you Cadet Lowe
for representing New Jersey with your outstanding efforts!
Anger Management Workshop for Teens
The Teaneck FAC is pleased to offer an Anger
Management Workshop to 25 teens on August 13th. The workshop
will begin at 9:30 and end at 3. Due to the fact that there
are only 25 spaces in the workshop, parents are asked to
R.S.V.P. for their teen as soon as possible (July 29th)!
Teens will be provided lunch and snacks, they are only required
to bring a note pad, pen, and good attitude. Please R.S.V.P.
to the Teaneck FAC at 201-833-8241.
Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance
The maximum level of Servicemembers’ Group
Life Insurance coverage will be increased from $250,000 to
$400,000 on September 1,2005. Anyone in service on September
1, 2005 will have their coverage increased to $400,000, even
if they previously declined or elected lesser coverage. If
they still desire no coverage or less than the maximum, they
will have to go to their Personnel Office and re-elect no
coverage or less than the maximum. For more details see your
The New Jersey War
World II Memorial needs your help
WWII was by all account
the greatest victory for the United States – along
the front lines and the home front. Every individual alive
during this period of history was involved and had a stake
in the outcome. It was a war the United States and our Allies
could not afford to lose. Now, America is slowly saying goodbye
to its greatest generation of citizens. The State of New
Jersey is taking the initiative to honor and remember them
by establishing a Memorial in Trenton, across from the Statehouse
in Veterans Park.
Fittingly, the theme for New Jersey’s WWII Memorial
is “Victory”. The memorial hopes to honor and
pay tribute to the many sacrifices made during WWII and celebrate
the greatest victory our country has ever known. It is our
goal to dedicate the memorial in the spring/summer 2006.
Time is short – we need your help now in order to ensure
that we can meet this ambitious goal. We urge you to support
the New Jersey World War II Memorial through your generous
contribution. We cannot afford to let new generations forget
the legacy that has been left to them from what has been
called “the Greatest Generation”. To make a tax-deductible
contribute, download a donation form from our website at
Association of the National Guard announces Enlisted Conference
The Enlisted Association of the NJ National
Guard is proud to announce the Enlisted Conference at the
Clarion Hotel & Conference Center in Atlantic City West.
The Conference will be held 7 thru 9 October 2005. During
the Conference we honor our Outstanding Soldiers and Airmen.
There are various plans available. Friday night is the Halloween
Masquerade Ball with Tex-Mex Buffet and Saturday is the Formal
Evening Ball with dinner and dancing. For additional information
contact SGM (Ret) Jerome Zebrowski @ 609-214-6959 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or
SGM Edward Goetschius @ 609-965-1972 or e-mail email@example.com,
or www.EANG-NJ.org to
get application, plans and other activities offered. Thank
you for your support!
NJ Friends of the Guard and Reserve Announce
The NJ Friends of the Guard and Reserve is proud to present
the 2005 State Chairman’s Annual Golf Outing. The
golf outing will be held on Thursday, 22 September 2005
at the Falcon Creek Golf Course at McGuire AFB. The $85
per golfer registration fee includes greens fees, cart
registration, food and beverages on the course, door prizes
and dinner at the McGuire AFB Officer’s Club. Hole
and cart sponsors are being sought too. All proceeds to
benefit the activities of the NJ Employer Support of the
Guard and Reserve. For additional information please contact
Hank Pierre at 609-530-6879.
New Jersey’s Carol Fowler is honored
by the Library of Congress
On July 18 the Library of Congress’ Veterans History
Project (VHP) honored 14 individuals who have conducted more
than 3,200 interviews of veterans for the Veterans History
Project. The VHP is a nationwide volunteer effort of the
American Folk life Center at the Library of Congress to record
and preserve the stories of wartime veterans and civilian
war workers. To date, the project has collected more than
35,000 individual stories, many of which are online at www.loc.gov/vets.
The effort relies on thousands of volunteers across the country
that interviews veterans of all wars, as well as those who
supported them on the home front. DMVA’s own Carol
Fowler, who works at the NJ National Guard Museum in Sea
Girt has submitted 157 interviews to the VHP and was one
of the chosen honorees. Congratulations Carol and keep up
the GREAT work!
New Jersey National Guard Magazine “Guardlife” Vol
31 No3 – now available on the world wide
Check out Guardlife on the web, it is now available in a user-friendly
on-line version. www.nj.gov/military/publications/guardlife/volume31no3/index.html The “Hometown Team” magazine Guardlife provides
up to date information on the happenings within the New Jersey
Army and Air National Guard both at home and abroad. For all
the current news on our soldiers and airmen take a look at
the new issue today. To view past issues of Guardlife magazine
on-line you can visit www.nj.gov/military/publications/ the
DMAVA Publications homepage.
New Childcare Program Available
A new DoD program called Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood
provides financial support and assistance in locating quality
childcare for eligible military families who do not have
access to the DoD’s on-base child care options due
to long waiting lists or geographic location, available funding
and family circumstances. For more information on both childcare
programs, go to www.naccrra.org/Military
Programs/ or call
the Child Care Aware hotline at 1-800-424-2246.
The New Jersey Veterans
Journal Summer 2005 Edition – now
available on the world wide web
The New Jersey Veterans Journal Summer 2005 Edition is now
available on the world wide web in a user friendly on-line
web version at the following web address: http://www.nj.gov/military/veterans/journal/summer2005index.html The “NJ Veterans Journal” newsletter
provides up to date information on New Jersey Veterans events,
and facilities throughout the state. For all the current news
on issues affecting our NJ Veterans take a look at the new
issue today. To view past issues of the Veterans Journal newsletter
on-line you can visit http://www.nj.gov/military/publications/ the DMAVA Publications homepage.
Shades of Green Offers Summer Specials
The Shades of Green
at Walt Disney World Resort has announced 2005 end of summer
specials available from 7 AUG through
30 SEPT. Members of the military community, including
retired members, are eligible for package deals. Resort
say that Shades of Green guests have exclusive access
to discounted theme park tickets, reduced rates at Disney’s
PGA professional golf courses, extra Magic Hours at the
parks, and much more. For more information, visit the Shades
Green website at www.shadesofgreen.org/funandsun.htm.
NJ Department of Labor teams up with Teaneck
Family Assistance Center.
The New Jersey Department
of Labor and Workforce Development is teaming up with the
Teaneck Family Assistance Center to provide all soldiers
from deployment with the necessary information and tools to easily re-integrate
into society. The Re-employment Opportunities briefing given by MSG (Ret)
John Bautz will be held at the Teaneck Armory every Wednesday at 10 a.m.
and again at 2 p.m.
If you have any questions regarding this briefing, contact MSG (Ret) Bautz
at 201-996-8950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tricare Reserve Select
TRS is here! This new health plan, launched on
April 26, 2005, provides eligible Reserve Component soldiers,
and their families continued care through TRICARE. Soldiers
called to active duty for more than 30 consecutive days in
support of a contingency operation AFTER September 11, 2001
are eligible for this benefit. They must have served continuously
on active duty for 90 days or more. This benefit includes coverage
that is similar to the coverage available through TRICARE Standard
and Extra for active duty family members. Contact SFC Josephine
Grey, Chief of Health Services at 609-562-0865 or e-mail @ Josephine.email@example.com for
more information on this program.
Sandy Cove offers a free stay for our
military members & families at Operation Oasis on Chesapeake
Operation Oasis is an outreach program developed
to offer a time of rest and renewal to military personnel involved
in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Located in North East, Maryland,
at the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay, Operation Oasis offers
a free 3-day, 2-night time of rest and relaxation. It is a
thank you to those who seek to secure and sustain our freedom.
Simply contact Carol Lee Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org or
by phone at 800-287-4843 for additional information. You can
also visit the website www.sandycove.org for
a more detailed description of the facility.
American Legion Riders Motorcycle Chapter
Forming in River Edge, NJ
American Legion Post 226 is sponsoring an American
Legion Riders chapter. You don’t have to be a direct
member of Post 226, but you do have to be a member of the American
Legion, Auxiliary or SAL and ride a motorcycle that’s
at least 750cc or higher. If you or someone you know is interested
in joining, there is a form on the Post 226 website, www.alpost226.org or
you can call Jim Morton, the Post 226 American Legion Riders
Director, Adjutant and webmaster at 201-439-0053.
Part-time opportunities in Military
Funeral Honors Program.
The New Jersey Army National Guard Military Funeral
Honors Program has several part-time employment opportunities
immediately available across the state for TDGs and Technicians.
Earn one day’s base pay and one retirement point for
a few hours work providing Military Funeral Honors for our
Veterans. If you are interested, please contact SFC Raymond
Denson, Military Funeral Honors Coordinator, at 609-530-7090
or by e-mail at Raymond.Denson@nj.ngb.army.mil.
National Guard Family Day at Six Flags Great
Saturday, 24 September 2005, join the New Jersey
National Guard for a day full of family, fun and excitement!
Tickets to the NJ National Guard Family Day are $17 each and
they will go fast. Purchase your tickets today at your nearest
Family Assistance center: Morristown, Teaneck, Lawrenceville,
Woodbury, Toms River, Jersey City, Somerset or Pomona. Call
for more information at 888-859-0352.
Enlisted Association of the National Guard announces
The Enlisted Association of the NJ National Guard is proud
to announce a Golf Tournament to benefit the Annual Scholarship
Program. The tournament will be held on Monday, 15 August 2005,
at Miry Run Golf Club in Robbinsville, NJ. The $80 per golfer
registration fee includes all fees and a cart, beverage cart
on the course, awards, door prizes, food at the turn and luncheon
following the completion of play. Hole and cart sponsors are
being sought, too. For additional information contact CMSGT
(Ret) Lee Cisek at 562-0223 or SGM (Ret) Mike Amoroso at 562-0754.
CNN Attractions Free to Service Members
Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc. is offering free admission
for all active and retired U.S. military personnel who
visit the CNN-themed attractions at CNN Center in Atlanta
Time Warner Center. Inside CNN Atlanta and inside CNN
New York will open the gate to active and retired military
and reservists who present a valid I.D. They can visit
the attractions at no cost, while their spouse, children,
or parents may enter at a discounted rate of $7 at Inside
CNN Atlanta and $12 at Inside CNN New York. To receive
the discount, family members must be accompanied by the
member. Groups depart several times each hour at both
attractions. For hours and reservations at Inside CNN
New York, visitors
can call 1-866-4CNNNYC or visit www.cnn.com/insidecnn.
For reservations for Inside CNN Atlanta, visitors can
or visit www.cnn.comStudioTour.
Ride with the 108 Air Refueling Wing!
The 108 ARW will serve as a rolling billboard
advertising the 108 ARW NJANG to over 8,000 cyclists,
volunteers and bystanders during a two-day ride from
Cherry Hill to Ocean City, NJ and back on 24-25 September.
They will be covering 175 miles through the flat terrain
of NJ Blueberry fields and pine barrens. This ride is
fully supported with catered rest stops, bike support
and SAG transportation. Veterans News Anchor, Larry Kane
will host the Awards Ceremony Saturday night. Cyclists
will collect a minimum of $250 in donations to participate.
If you join the team between 6/25/05 – 8/26/05
the registration fee is $45. For more information go
to www.ms150biketour.org/. Road Warriors interested in
joining the team contact Maj Dave LaTOUR @ 609-284-7743
or via e-mail @ email@example.com by 31
Support the Troops
Here are some of the activities and fundraisers planned
in support of our deployed troops and their families:
Free Military Care Package Kit
of Priority Mail. The United States Postal Service is offering free
packaging materials to spouses and families of military
members who are deployed overseas. To take advantage
of this service call: 1-800-610-8734 and press 1 (for
English), then 3 for an operator and request CAREKIT04.
USPS will send you free boxes, packing materials, tape
and mailing labels. These products are to be used to
mail care packages to service members.
Sign up for a chance to send
your soldier Dunkin Donuts coffee. Dunkin Donuts will send a case
of free coffee to your soldier if he/she is among the
50 selected in a monthly lottery. Just go to www.dunkindonuts.com,
click on “About Us,” click on “Contact
Us,” click on “Instore Visits,” fill
out the form, in the comments section put the soldier’s
rank, name and APO address, and say that you would like
to send your soldier coffee. Then click “Submit.” You
can mail a request to Dunkin Brands, 130 Royall Street,
Camton, MA 02021, Attention Customer Care or request
the coffee by phone at 781-737-3000 (Customer Relations).
Operation Uplink. Visit http://www.operationuplink.org/request.cfm to request free phone cards for active duty military
personnel deployed away from home. At this site you can
fill out a request for a phone card to be sent to yourself
or a loved one. One card per request per servicemember
will be honored during a 60-day period.
Gifts from the Homefront. The “Gifts from the
Homefront” program was begun last year by the Army
and Air Force and enables people from all walks of life
to rally around America’s troops by purchasing
gift certificates designed to lift the morale of deployed
troops around the world. The certificates, which can
be purchased by any individual or civic organization,
allow service members to purchase items of necessity
and convenience at PX and BX facilities around the world. “Gifts
from the Homefront” certificates can be addressed
to “any service member” or individual service
members. Because the gift certificates can be use for
merchandise already stocked at contingency locations, “Gifts
from the Homefront” are a safe alternative to traditional
care packages that can strain the military mail system
and present force protection issues. Those wishing to
send a “Gift from the Homefront” can simply
log on to the AAFES website, www.aafes.com,
or call 877-770-4438 toll-free to buy gift certificates
in $10 or $20 denominations.
From there, the “Gift from the Homefront” may
be sent to an individual service member designed by the
purchaser or distributed to “any service member” through
the USO, American Red Cross, Air Force Aid Society, or
Operation Mail Call. Operation Mail call is a program
initiated by New Jersey Assemblymen Jack Conners and
Herb Conaway that enables citizens to donate postage
stamps for use by our troops and their families. Over
30,000 stamps have been donated to our National Guard
soldiers and airmen and Family Readiness Programs. With
Memorial Day 2005 approaching, we recall the unique sacrifices
made by every generation that has served in uniform for
the good of America. We are often asked what can be done
to support the soldiers of this generation. If you would
like to participate, please mail or drop off your postage
stamps to the 7th Legislative District Office, Delran
Professional Center, 8008 Route 130 North, Suite 125,
Delran, NJ 08075.
American Hero Band - The
American Hero Band is a free wristband worn by Americans
to demonstrate their support
of the “Defenders of Freedom” who are Army
National Guard soldiers deployed across the globe. Engraved
on the metallic wristband are the words IN HONOR OF AN
AMERICAN HERO SERVING IN THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD. These
words are flanked left by the Army National Guard logo
and right by the American flag. There is also an inscription
of the National Guard website, http://www.virtualarmory.com and a unique serial number engraved inside this commemorative
wristband. If you are interested in getting The American
Hero Band, go to http://www.virtualarmory.com and click
on the American Hero Band banner.
American Airlines: Special
fare for military personnel and their dependants (you
will need your military ID
card and a copy of your soldier’s orders to fly).
Just call 800-433-7300 and ask for the military fare
offer for your desired destination. You can also go to www.aa.com, but you cannot book a flight online.
Armory Happenings – Listed
below are events taking place at your local armory.
||Recruiting Open House
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
|Cherry Hill Armory
||Tool Show, Homier Dist. Co.
||Toms River Armory
Card & Memorabilia Show
|25 – 28
||Tool Show, Homier Dist. Co.
||Moscow State Circus
||West Orange Armory
Market, J&C Marketplace
Fitness Corner – Ernie
Razzano, Certified Fitness Trainer
Chronic Anger/Hostility May make you
People who are hostile or angry for longer periods of
time are more at risk of health problems. Does chronic
anger really affect health? Scientists at the University
of California, Berkeley are pretty confident that it does.
According to the University Wellness Letter, preliminary
evidence suggests that chronic anger may weaken the immune
system and cause other health problems, perhaps by triggering
bad habits such as smoking and drinking, or by boosting
stress hormones, which may affect immunity.
The report describes two recent studies that found hostility
could increase the risk of dying among both men with risk
factors for cardiovascular disease and postmenopausal women
with heart disease, among whom hostility also increased
the risk of a second heart attack. Another study showed
that nearly 40 percent of people, who had the most common
type of stroke, called ischemic stroke, had felt angry
or experienced something upsetting within two hours before
In terms of treating anger, try to find the source of the
anger and take steps to change circumstances that contribute
to it. Try relaxation therapy or meditation to quiet the
body. Research also shows that anger management courses
can help – but only if people volunteer for them,
not if they are forced to attend, suggesting that “motivation” is
a big factor.
Tell me what you would like to see in Fitness
Corner. Write me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today is 29 July, the 210th
day of the year with 155 days remaining.
this day in history…
1858 – 1st commercial treaty between US & Japan
* 1899 – 1st motorcycle race, Manhattan Beach, NY.
* 1915 – US marines’ land in Haiti, stay until
* 1920 – 1st transcontinental airmail flight from NY
* 1928 – Walt Disney’s “Steamboat Willie” is
* 1936 – RCA shows the 1st real TV program.
* 1947 – Gas leak explodes in a beauty parlor, 10 women
die in Harrisburg, VA.
* 1967 – Explosion & Fire aboard carrier USS Forrestal
in Gulf of Tonkin kills 134, $100 million in damage.
* 1968 – Mount Arenal, Costa Rica kills 80 in Pelee-type
* 1975 – Gerald Ford becomes 1st US president to visit
Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz.
* 1978 – Penny Dean swims English Channel in record
7h 40 m.
* 1981 – Prince Charles of England weds Lady Diana
* 1987 – Ben & Jerry’s & Jerry Garcia
agree on a new flavor, “Cherry Garcia”.
* 1988 – Last US Playboy Club (Lansing Michigan) closes.
* 1991 – 1st Sunday Night game at Shea Stadium (Mets
beat Cubs 6-0).
Heat Index and Ozone Warnings
summer we find ourselves hearing a lot about the “Heat
Index” and “Ozone Warnings”, but some
may wonder what exactly it means. The heat index is the “feels
like”, or apparent temperature. As relative humidity
increases, the air seems warmer than it actually is because
the body is less able to cool itself via evaporation or
perspiration. As the heat index rises, so do health risks.
When the heat index is 90* F – 105* F, heat exhaustion
is possible. When it is above 105*F, it is probable. Heatstroke
is possible when the heat index is above 105*F, and very
likely when it is 130*F and above. Physical activity and
prolonged exposure to the heat increase the risks.
level ozone is different from atmospheric ozone (the kind
referred to when discussing “holes in the ozone layer”)
in that it pollutes the air we breathe. Ozone is a main
ingredient of smog. It is harmful because it irritates
the airways and makes it harder to breathe. Older adults
and children who spend a lot of time outdoors during the
day and people with breathing problems such as asthma and
allergies are particularly vulnerable to ozone’s
effects. A network of outdoor air monitors continually
operate to detect pollutant levels in the area. When meteorologists
predict that atmospheric conditions are favorable for the
production of high levels of ozone, an Ozone Watch is issued.
Beach Passes for
DMVA employees available now.
The temperatures are rising and the sandy beach
at the National Guard Training Center at Sea Girt is calling.
You will need
to sign your name and work location on the second line on
the back of the pass. Have guests sign the first line and
be ready to show photo identification if requested. One pass
will admit one car. You can also use your DMAVA or military
pass to get on the beach. Call Gail Miller at 609-530-6911
for your Beach Pass.
Call today to volunteer at a Family
Readiness Center near you.
If you are able to assist the
families of our deployed soldiers and airmen, please call
our Family Readiness Center at our
toll-free number 888-859-0352.