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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Friday October 11 1974 A “peace settlem ent” will go into effect Thursday which will end th a th a elements of the 2nd Armd. £)iv. have been participating in far several weeks. Actually the conflict was a ffeld test exercise and Thur- sday signals the completion of the exercise not the signing of a peace settlem ent. But for the rjien of the 2nd Bn. 41st (Mech.) Inf. (2/41) and the 2nd Bn. 66th Armd. (2/66) the fictitious ar provided training with anew weapon which someday ay play an important role in the Army’s Arsenal. The weapon has been labeled “D ragon” and direc- Umg its field test was the ode A S le te Systems Test Evaluation and Review (MASSTER). Purposed as a replacement for the 90mm recoilless rifle the Dragon is a wire-guided man-portable issle system that fires from a shoulder- mounted position out of a smooth bore firberglass tube. It has been categorized as a medium a ti-ta weapon (MAW). Army family promoted A husband-wife team was among four persons promoted a week ag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Four-A Inflation is unavoidably one of the most commonly shared problems in the United States today and military personnel are among the hardest hit citizens ranked right in the middle of the suffering fixed income victims. But Americans have always had a knack for looking at the brighter side of the overall picture although laughing off dry pancakes and chili-pie for dinner is often difficult. It hasn’t reached the point where ranchers can be seen grazing alongside their cattle yet but we did see a young man at the Commissary the other day checking out the nutritional value of the cheapest can of cat food he could find. Morris (Mr. finicky himself) the cat had best be gobbling up his food while his owners are still feeling in a benevolent mood. Food prices as well as most other commodities are con- tinuing in an upward spiral that makes it harder and har- der for the average working man to affort to stock his pantry with good foods of high nutritional value. Electricity rates ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Friday October 11 1974 KEEP IT EVEN. Members of the Army Engineers spread asphalt on Sparta Road. The asphalt must be spread evenly to prevent rough spots in the road. The In all military situations the man is the key factor. No mat- ter how ultra-sophisticated the equipment it is only as good as the man who operates it. This is especially true of the men who fly. Piloting a “m ean” Cobra helicopter requires an enormous amount of human ability and concen- tration. The 1st Cav. Div. is currently experiencing a shor- tage of this key factor. In other words Cobra-trained officers are at a premium here at Ft. Hood. This is the reason for this post’s newly established Cobra transition course sponsored by the First Team’s 2nd Bde. It takes already highly skilled helicopter pilots back to the I AUTO FIRE TRUCK COMMERCIAL Cobra pilots very scarce ABCs of flying and aircraft maintenance. When the course is finished five weeks later the students are fully qualified Cobra pilots. Cpt. Kenneth ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Six-A 1/9 CAV The wives of “C” troop met recently in the home of Mrs. John Mayer for a coffee and to work on Christm as bazaar projects. A business meeting was held at which time the wives decided to hold their regular monthly coffees on the second monday of every month. The next coffee will be held in the home of Mrs. Robert Davis in Copperas Cove on October 14. Please bring sewing item s. Mrs. Mayer reminded the wives of the 1st Cav luncheon October 1st. The wives of “C” troop held a pot luck supper in the home of Mrs. Tholen Crosby. The wives farewelled Mrs. Dickie McCleney and welcomed Mrs. John Mayer. Mrs. McCleney is the wife of the past “C” troop Scout meeting conducted Cub Scout roundtables were conducted Tuesday Oct. 1st at t. ood ’s eligious Education Center. The mon- thly programs are planned to provide leaders with ideas for their group’s meetings. The November theme of the Cub Scouts the Pilgrims was presented along with the mon- th’s Webelos activity badge geologi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Friday October 11 1974 48th Med. Bn. The officers’ wives of the 48th Med. Bn. met recently for a coffee at the home of Mrs. Leslie R. Brannon. Co-hostess was Mrs. Robert T. Wood. Greeted by decorations of green and yellow a surprised Mrs. Roger Opio was also honored with a baby shower during the evening. Following the gift-giving and shower games Mrs. Wood wife of the Battalion XO led the brief business meeting which included plans for sel- ling tickets to the upcoming OWC-sponsored Bar Round HOI Up on November 2. Mrs. Fran- cisco Mendoza Mrs. Steven McFadden and Mrs. John H. Reid were introduced and welcomed as newcomers to the battalion. The ladies also greeted rs. W illia D. Lew is ife of ISC O Comdr. as a special guest. An engraved silver tray was presented to Mrs. Opio who will be accompanying her husband to Ft. Rucker Ala. Mrs. Opio presented the ladies with a hand-made scrapbook of clippings and social news of the battalion she had compiled while serving as historian for JulY...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Pag Eight-A VO CONTRABAND HERE A 2nd Armd. Div. MP clears a member of the 13th Spt. Bde. going through the customs check prior to his departure for Germany. The brigader assigned to the D" Co. .f *. vr HONEY I CAN ALMOST TASTE THAT GERMAN BEER Recently married Pvt. & Mrs. (Pvt. Maria) Adan Maldonado are one of many 13th Spt. Bde. couples going to Germany to participate in Reforger VI. 'if 1' a r‘‘ READY-FOR SHIPMENT A 20-ton rough terrain crane helps ease the load of a communication shelter being readied for shipment to Germany. The shelter being taken to Germany by “D” Co. 16th Sig. Bn. first 16th Sig. Bn. departed earlier this week from Robert Gray Army Airfield along with members in his unit and some com- munications equipment to participate in Reforger VI. tit 1 W r'V Departing earlier this week from Robert Gray Army Airfield on huge Air Force jet transports the couple are members of “D Co. 16th Sig. Bn. had to be weighed and manifested by the 180th Trans. Bn.’s eparture Air...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Friday October 11 1974 SPfllM WHEN YOU’RE HOT YOU’RE HOT. For the second year in a row the 13th Spt. Bde. is the first major subordinate com- mand on Ft. Hood to attain over 100 per cent of its Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) goal. Ill Corps-Ft. Hood comman- der Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. and Col. Chris W. Stevens brigade comman- der observe two brigaders add the in is in to to CFC therem om meter indicating the instal­ Supply course starting CHRISTOPHER. COLUMBUS DISCOVERER OF AMERICA WAS ONE OF Tf/E E A E ST SEAM EN A/VP SLAVICS ATORS OF ALL. T/A/E. He WAS A SELF-MADE A W SELF-EPOCETER an ith TPEA -T re a tH a BY SAILING WEST. A \)& 0iT 3jW 2 kA FLEET OF THREE SHIPS Sft/LEP FtocM October 7 0 PAVs MAN CALLED I N I A/EW flN I A S I I I A ilita Occupation Speciality (MOS) course dealing with unit supply (76Y20) will begin at the MOS Education Center Nov. 4th. Instruction will be provided during the afternoon from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. daily for a period of nine weeks. The course ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Ten-A ®*§ii§§ lH ilSH ll ill lllll .7 %\ N 5 W\ lllll i' lltf 1111- V.y<p></p>HMMMNI %N VA v' vsv SP/4 Susan Boguta likes to keep active but we interrupted her busy schedule to find out what she likes about the Army. “After I graduated from college I decided to try a technical job one that would help me learn about flying. Because eventually I’d like to be a pilot. So my training’s helped a lot. “I also enjoy meeting people and talking about my work. So recruiting work has been a natural for me. “One of the things I always mention to the young people I meet is that the Army’s taught me you can do much more than you think you can. The opportunities are here all you have to do is take advantage of them. And that’s what I’m doing’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS "Since I've been in the Army the longest I’ve sat still is for this photograph.” IM ssss&is^^sisS Today’s Army gets better every time a good woman reenlists. «i!i Friday October 11 1974 I

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

't Friday October 11 1974 il SPORTS Eufaula U.S.A. By JERRY “PORKER” REED It was last August I was headed to Fayetteville it was about lunch tim e. I had just left the interstate and before I could down-shift I saw it a giant billboard. It read like this: WELCOME TO EUFAULA HOME OF THE SELMONS: 98-93-91. I was really there. I was in Eufaula Oklahoma geographically located in the southeastern part of the state. A small town with big names complete with one yellow page in the telephone directory a bona-fide zip code and a Tastee Freeze that makes one helluva ham- burger. Unmistakeably it is the home of three of the most talented gridiron players ever to play Oklahoma Schoolboy Football. They are the Selmons the “Pride of Eufaula” as evidenced by the town’s main drag Selmon Boulevard. I Just to refresh your memory these are the same Selmons that have become legends in Norman site of the University of Oklahoma. One has graduated and the other two represent 588 pounds of the Sooners’ def...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Two-B Zt: IT’S LIKE THIS—Phillip S. Porter Chair- man of the U.S. National Coaching Staff shows Ft. Hood Judo instructor Pat McKeown how to do an outside jump S By RANDY MURPHY For the first time ever Ft. ^*Hood has a “Triple Crown” ST winner. jjp On Monday Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Commanding General of III Corps and Ft. 2^Hood presented the Comman- ■«f *ding General’s Cup for Sports ^P artic ip a tio to the 2nd Bn. (Air Mobile) 7th Cav 1st Cav. ■#*%Div. for sports participation ZZ-and excellence at the com- pany battalion and post levels. The award was presented to S *Lt. Col. Dwayne Brofer and his *^‘men for having achieved a total of 648 points for the ^-.'period of Jan. 1 to June 1974. Through command support vftaot* rv Cav unit takes sports cup and excellent coordination on the part of 1st Lt. Marcellus A a Recreations Officer the men of the 2/7th Cav scored 190 points in ym nastics 175 points in Track & Field 149 points in Basketball 45 in Judo 35 in Archery 30 i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Friday October 11 1974 THE By KEREN PRATZ You’ve seen those signs in the halls at Darnall Army Hospital which say “Thank You For Not Smoking. May be they are an inprovement over the usual “NO SMOKING” signs. We are constantly being reminded of the effects of cigarette smoking but few of us are really well informed on the subject. The decision of whether or not to smoke is not an easy one to make. You cannot pass along the responsibility to parents teachers supervisors friends doctors or cigarette advertisements it is a decision that you must make for yourself. Recent studies reveal that the risk of premature death from coronary heart disease among middle aged smokers is more than three times as great for men and more than twice as great for women if they smoke ten or more cigarettes per day. Chronic coughing and shortness of breath are symp- toms of chronic bronchitis and emphysema. These diseases creep up on their victims almost unnoticed. The air sacs lose their elasticity rupture...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Four-B o~hs Resort Boat Dock Land and water activities 1are available through the Recreation Services at Ft. Hood. Both boating and racing equipment are available. At the Belton Lakeside Resort Boat Dock sail and ski boat in stru tio can be received. Ski boat lessons are provided from 8 to 11:30 a.m. while sailboat operation is taught from 1 to 4 p.m. Both in- structions are from Wed- nesday thru Saturday. Upon completion of the in- struction a license will be is- sued. A license is required in order to rent a boat at the resort. Reservations for the lessons or information about lessons can be obtain by cal- ling the boat dock at 685-6570 or the Recreation Services Office at 685-5316. Travel Guide Interested in a guide to the military posts in the United States with the lodging and services available to the Army family on leave or traveling to anew duty station? There is such a pamphlet available. The Military Travel Guide is available at the cost of one dollar at the Informati...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

October 11 1974 By John Degel “If you could squeeze this car you’d get lemonade.” reads one of Mad Magazine’s many off-beat stickers. That saying could be especially true if you bought a used car without checking a few things ir t. re a any questions you should ask before buying a used car... “Where should I go to buy a used car?” The new car dealer is your best bet. He usually has quite a few good used cars that omato Soup ftltine Crackers Iodized Salt eodorant Soap iquid Bleach leanser Powder Safeway Special! Wolf Chili Heat and Serve! 15-oz. Fresh Baked Italian Bread .Skylark. Safew ay Special! 45 24-oz. Loaf Crushed Wheat Texas Toastin' Lucerne Yogurt Corn Tortillas lour Cream lereal Blend iPimiento Cheese Dessert Topping Gelatin Salad 100% Frozen O range Juice v' an From Florida he takes in on trade-ins. Since he has a reputation to main- tain and since he also hopes to sell you anew car in the future he’ll make every effort to ake you a satisfied customer. Always shop around' ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Six-B GRADE UNOER 2 E-1 344 10 Taesdsy 15 October 12:00 Weather— FH News 3:09 COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 90210 1097 70 117180 1171 80 1192 80 1245.90 1330 50 1405.80 147000 1533 90 1576 50 638 20 936.90 1001.40 1108.20 1161.00 1203 00 1267 50 1330 50 1363 20 730 50 798 30 958 80 990 90 1011.60 634 20 660 30 798 30 0 0 0 1108 20 1161 00 1203.00 1267.50 1330.50 1384 20 0 0 0 990.90 1011.60 1043.70 1097.70 1140.30 1171*80 0 0 0 798 30 852 30 884.10 915 90 948 00 990 90 lliese are the monthly pay rates mem- bers will receive bct’.i lining Oct. 1st following the legislative split pay raises into basic pay subsis- tence and quarters allowances. The charts reflect an increase of 5.52 The Ft. Hood Chapter of the United States Pony Club will sponsor a rating ride and event clinic on Oct. 12 at 8:00 am. at Hood Hunt and Saddle Club Ft. Hood. Membership is open to any English riding enthusiast un- der 21 who lives within 25 miles of the post. Participants must be registered members of the club...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Friday October 11 1974 S. Ballet exercises designed to trim slim and improve cir- culation and breathing will be directed by iss Gabriel ARB THE S a oH -ro This offer expires December 101974 I I I I I I This coupon worth I ’400 off the I price of a I new Subaru I 2-Door Sedan. I I I I I 1 Front Drive a a BROKER'S CAR CITY I .. a JEFFEREY as really flying high when he accom- panied lovely E ster Cordet during one of her pilot les- sons last weekend. The shapely lass in her somewhat unorthodox aviator’s uniform was quite distracting to our wandering lens man and he found himself hard pres- sed to keep a grip on his membership card in the Looking for a more en- joyable way to exercise than scrubbing floors? Sign up for Ladies Slimnastics being of- fered at Central Texas College (CTC) beginning Oct. 21 from 8 to 9 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Slm astics tau A A E S Parkey of abriel’s Dance Studio in Killeen. Tuition will be $10 for this five week ten hour course which concludes Nov. ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Eight-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable ith Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day. Week or Month. Come bv and ake Your Selection fro O a rg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen..........................................634-4742 _______________________________ (tfrO Furn./ Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIV IN room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn)______________________ Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGE’S AIR O N IT IO N IN -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen _______________________________(tfnI Buildg. Contract. 056 Home Improvement Custom Built Homes No Job Too Large Or Too Small We Do It All IG IN O A ’S HOME CENTER Sentinel Classified BUSINESS SERV1CES Misc. Services 063 LOOKING FOR A N OPPORTUNITY TO O W N YOUR O W N BUSINESS? IN E S IG A E E W E S E N AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE PLA N Our successful Dealer Fam ily num bers over 4000. W E S E N A O E S O SELECT E O A IO N LA N...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Friday October 11 1974 .rs/fvy d/ Jrsdr^z j^ President’s Message on Federal Campaign Those of us who work for the Federal Government have a special responsibility to demonstrate our generosity and compassion toward fellow citizens and concern for our communities. Through the Combined Federal Campaign we have an opportunity to meet these commitments in a positive productive way by supporting the services of voluntary health and welfare agencies including the United Way the American Red Cross national health agencies and international service agencies organizations concer- ned with the welfare of human beings. In supporting the Combined Federal Campaign we are participating voluntarily as citizens in a uniquely American project helping our neighbors especially the aged the infirm the handicapped the ill and families in distress —through these voluntary charitable organizations. By bringing the helping hand of voluntary organizations to those in need whether at home or abroad we streng...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 October 1974

Page Ten-B HOW unit returns from Polk 41st Infantry Nine members of the 1st Bn. 41st (Mech) Inf. (1/41) 2nd Armd. Div. recently returned from Ft. Polk Louisiana upon completion of a special 40 hour training school. With an honor graduate and a distinguished graduate among them the nine mem- bers of the Blue Destroyers completed a program of training on the Tube launched Optically tracked Wire com- mand link guided missile system sensibly abbreviated to the TOW course. Taking the honor graduate fitle was Pfc. Henry Echols find Sgt. Bernard E. Moore was a distinguished graduate of the course. Also receiving certificates of completion ere Spec. 5 Ronald R. Veasly Spec. 4s Walter H. Pinson Harry L. At- well and Joe C. Moton Pfc.’s Juan Ayala and Reynaldo Rangel and Pvt. Lawrence Henderson. HHC and 48th Med. Bn. The III Corps and Ft. Hood Superior Unit Award was presented to two more 2nd Armd. Div. units Monday by Maj. Gen. Robert 1. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. Cmar. General Fair attached the co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 32 Sill isis J*' ’k$i -.r ::^R HIGH SCHOOL AT A COLLEGE Central Texas College located only *a few miles west of Ft Hood also acts as a high school for servicemen stationed at the post. American Preparatory Institute is located at the college with additional classrooms on Ft. Hood and uses a separate ifgtllp IS is ‘STrM'l IMsi &ml Inside the SENTINEL teaching staff. One student of API has already graduated and others are slated to graduate the first part of November. Full cycles six weeks in length will then begin at both the 2nd Armd. Div. and 1st Cav. Div. FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’1 FORT HOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1974 High school continuation work offered through Ft. Hood education program mmm WM III “Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Op.nions express the DeDartment of the services advertised.” the Army. The appearance of advertisem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 18 October 1974

Page Two-A By R. KWASNI EWSKI EDITOR’S NOTE Staff S a a Kwasniewski 2nd Lt. Richard Nelson and Pfc. Kirt Livemois are currently attached to l/50th (Mech) Inf. in Ger- many and will later join the (ST LO) Bde. to cover Reforger *74 for the 2nd Armd. iv As to of Reforger’74 unfolds SSG. Kwasniewski tells his impres- sions of the exercise and of the entire experience from the ‘man in the field’ view point. It’s a rainy gloomy night here in Germany and the end of along and busy day. A day that began some 20 hours ago under the hot sunny skies of Texas and ended in the mid- die of a muddy sugar beet feild in Germany. It was our introduction to efo rg er ’74 a 2nd Lt. Richard Nelson assistant in- formation officer Pfc. Kirt Livemois photographer and myself climbed into a giant C-141 with embers of the l/50th and 2/50th (Mech.) Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. Our group was part of the 2nd (ST LO) Bde. element par- ticipating in Reforger ’74 along with the 1st Bde. from the 1st •Inf. Div. (Big Red One)...

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