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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Page Eight-B A BY THE NUMBERS Sergeant Richard J. Falls clearly labeled as “No. 29” uses the telescopic sights on his rifle to locate and read the numbers on [other soldiers’ helmets. The helmet numbers and ‘telescopic sights are part of a test at MASSTER ■(Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation [and Review) to compare different types of foxholes. “There has been a substan- a in a er the -previous year’s average ab- sentee rate in the last month -or two at the 2nd Armd. [Div.’s Military Occupational [Specialty (MOS) Testing Cen- *ter. In view of this the im- portance of MOS tests in 'regards to promotions school [assignments and proficiency *pay should be emphasized to [correct the situation” ex- plained 2nd Lt. Timothy E. ’•Bell MOS Testing Center [OIC. Most of those absent have [legitimate excuses. But their ‘absence taxes the center [because of its limited seating a a ity he lim ite [•capacity results in tests not [being rescheduled as quickly -as the center would like sinc...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

I Friday February 1 1974 ZAP! Right in the midst of a good television ^how ap- pears the smile of an All- A erican-type girl. I t’s working!” she says with her Ipana toothpaste smile. Next sauntering across the screen is a more than adequately muscular Mr. Charles Atlas- type ale le in his bulging biceps he coyly ad- mits “It’s working”. Soap or deodorant you say? Well maybe but have you considered the possibility of today’s Ar- 5 The members of the 16th Sign. Bn. 13th Spt. Bde. recently were the hosts for a visiting boy scout troop num- ber 805 from Houston Tx. “The Volunteer Army is in a a a H. Calloway Secretary of the Army. “There are still young men and women in America who want to serve their coun- try. He further explains “. .the Army offers a satisfying way of life and 'solid benefits in conjunction with their ser- vice. Calloway says these benefits include “higher pay paid annual leave complete superb medical and dental care and ore improved barracks. MACHINES DON’T HAVE AL...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Friday February 1 1974 •y rw 4 8:27 military Lettering & Phonetic Alphabet 9:10 Aviation Safety Officer 9:37 Tactical Radio Teletype Pt 2 10:00 Treatment of Military Drug Abusers 10:31 Field Arty Target Acquisitions 11:00 Standard Field Wire: Using Splicing Kit MK-356g 11:26 Power Saws 12:27 isassy & Assy of .50 Cal Machiaegun 1:01 First Aid: Everyday Emergencies 2:03 Installation Removal of Chaparral Swim Kit 2:30 Defense of Convoys from Ambush 3:00 Oxyacetylene Cutting 3:35 Erection of Half-Wave Doublet An- tenna 4:00 Prevention of Cold Injuries 4:32 How Sleep the Brave 5:27 Land of a Thousand & One Cheeses 5:47 A Way of Helping People 6:00 South Africa's Animal Kingdom 6 :1 4 US A a it & Achievements 6:40 Horizons Unlimited 8:06 The Rock and the Hard Place. Tamday February 5 8:27 Defense of the Cannons 9:00 Insp of Tank Auto Material (Trkd Vehicles) 9:42 105mm Gun Tank M60. Intro 10:00 Track Vehicle Driving 10:43 Preventive Maint Communications 11:00 Scout Squad 1...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

I Friday ebruary 1 1974 Jefferey just jetted in from sunny Las Vegas in time to search the banks of Cowhouse Creek for those who are piscatorially precocious. He discovered lovely Miss Cheryl Reinking of Arkansas City ansas with a nice catch of speckled trout which are sometimes called weakfish. 201 EAST HIGHWAY 190 Harker Heights. .699-2321 O E N Certified State Vehicle Inspection Use O ur Lay A ay PENNY SALE BUY A MACHINE GET A CABINET OR TABLE FOR 1 PENNY NMIIIM MNIKt MOTOWN KIUEEN 526-5128 Mon. Fri.: 10:00 to 8:00 Wed. & Sot: 10:00 to 6:00 Mo n.-Fr i. -0900-1800 Saturday 0900-1700 10 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM TEX-SEW SEWING CENTERS I We Have A Credit Plan For Everyone The only thing weak that our editor could- discover after closely observing Jeffery’s photographic techniques is the fact that Jeff only took one snapshot of Miss Reinking. A note was immediately dispatched to our wandering lensman admonishing him for his frugality in the use of his film. Not intending to scoff at ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Page Twelve-B Sentinel BUSINESS SERVICES Insurance 033 HEIGHTS INSURANCE AGENCY 202 W. Hwy. 190 HARKER HEIGHTS 699-2341 Agent for: Stonewall Ins. Co. Clark and Co. Dairyland Republic AUTO (servicemen under 25 check our rates before you buy) FIRE & CASUALTY LIFE MOBILE HOME (or Contents) MOTORCYCLE BOAT OPEN: Daily 9 to 5 Sat. 9 to 2 (2-1) 'Dresses Sewing 040 CUSTOM SEWING. Taylor Made Clothes for Men or Women. Call Cha Anytime. 526-5916. (tfn) 'Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV £rand New 19 Inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and Make •Your Selection from Our arge tock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen........................................ 634-4742 (tfn) Fiirn./ Upholstery 046 7 "PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING HEATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Misc. Services 063 COINS STAMPS REAL ESTATE City Proper...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Friday February 1 1974 nU: Pool it with the SENTINEL (1). Fill out the form on this page. Please prim legibly or type. (2) Include your name address unit and building number. Include your unit and home phone numbers if possible. (3) The form or plain sheet of paper with necessary information must be mailed or hand- carried to the Ft. Hood SENTINEL Bldg. No. 60 Ft. Hood Tx 76544. No phone calls please. (4) Bequests must be received prior to noon Tuesday to appear in the same week’s publication. (5) Forms will appear in the classified section of the SENTINEL in the Pool It” section of Con- venience Corner for two consecutive weeks. (6) Prospective poolers should contact fellow poolers appearing in the Pool It section to make arrangements for car pools. No arrangements will be initiated from this office. (7) Conserve Energy POOL IT!! MAIL OR_HANP CARRY)_ NAMEL Pp (P IN O N E :. a A ess T»: Re /ha Girls taking part in the cookie sales learn respon- sibility salesmanship and the value of...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 1 February 1974

Page Fourteen-B *On numerous occasions the need for rapid response to emergency type situations have come face to face with Army forces. Although the id a is of operating in emergencies has always been present its mobility in the past wasn’t as rapid as forces are today. Army literature denotes that motivation and highly skilled personnel have made it’ possible for two unique elements to exist in the 13th Spt. Bde. These two elements are known as the Departure Air- field Control Group (DACG) and the Arrival Airfield Con- A A W in to shoulder with Ft. Hood’s Combat and Civil Defense units these two elements have brought about a rever- sible trend as far as forces are concerned” according to Sfc a G. Aa Operations Sergeant for the DACG/AACG. he A AACG is responsible for the overall cont ol in ad ng and unloading of troops their equipment and vehicles starting the very moment they arrive at the airfield un- til the last man and vehicle are loaded aboard the air- craft. The DACG/AACG is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Crime Prevention Week February 10-16 VOL. 32 NO. 48 Black History Week By JOHN GRABOWSKI In many a battle they were in the forefront of the fight took the brunt of the enemy’s fire and fury the bull of the casualties. For their sacrifice they were ignored in history’s pages or noted as also-theres in battles forgotten too quickly. The price of acceptance came high for the Black man of the Civil War. In all more than 180000 black men served in Union blue. A fifth of them died. Sixteen were awarded the Medal of Honor. Theirs were not the “big” battles but such does not detract from the courage the honor the sacrifice of the men who fought and died. Bullets and shells do not discriminate. Ill 1863 the Secretary of War authorized the first raising of Union troops “of African descent.” The first' unit formed under this provision was the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Volunteers (Colored). Others quickly followed. Manpower needs in the Regular Army units had preceded the Secretary’s authoriz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Two-A Hi I I a FRienplY STATION OPERATOR. By s. McCl as An interesting if depressing aspect of the current gasoline squeeze has been the changed attitudes of area service station operators. Gone are the days of courteous friendly service when attendants cleaned the windshield taking extra care with his plastic scraper to remove all remains of ‘suicide prone’ in- sects from their final resting place. “May I check under that hood for you?” may go down in the annals of history along with two-for-a- penny candy and Life Magazine. The service station operators of today hold all the cards and they are not hesitant to trump the Volkswagen with the low tire in favor of the Imperial with the bottomless tank and the credit card. Clean restrooms once a much touted come-on for the traveling motorist are also fast disappearing from the scene. Memo notes placed in restrooms by the operators for motorists to fill out evaluating the condition of the restroom are no longer in evidence. The pers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Friday February 8 1974 '1 Ft. Hood’s Mini Dome will be the scene of an exhibit Marimba band and ballet troupe Sunday February 10. The presentation of all three shows is part of Festival USA •.I.* The first meeting of the newly-formed CENTEX Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication was held at the student ac- tivities building of Central LOOK to GET YOUR SHARE OF THE E N E BO OhA '.*1- SAVINGS Dome hosts Guatemalans which is one of the three themes of the U.S. bicenten- nial era. The presentation at Ft. Hood will be the first ap- pearance in Texas by a group of Guatemalans as part of is iF I 0QOXC WO &0 BROKE A Fort Hoods Mini Pome Society formed at CTC Texas College on Monday January 14th. Officers elected were Mr. Phillip Lankford Chairman Mr. Gus Rummel Vice Chairman Mrs. Billie Peter- W A GooX LOCK- O E S is a 8-E ngine W est id to all illeen O E S is a cultural exchange program sponsored by the American Revolution Bicentennial Com- mission of Texas. The Guatemalan ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Four-A Prevention ends with individual Crime prevention is a concept that begins and ends with the individual. A crime is not confined to the mugging in a dark corner of the parking lot or forced entry into a locked room. When a motorist fails to observe a stop sign or speeds through an amber caution light he is flirting with crime because he is endangering the life of his fellow man. Crime prevention means following every letter of the law to the fullest. Even when someone else isn’t looking. Crime prevention means returning a lost wallet to its rightful owner with the contents intact. All of us are tempted daily to desert the dictates of our conscience. Idle gossip and rumor about the ac- tivities of a friend or fellow worker tend to under- mine his reputation as well as make our own work habits less efficient. The attitude of the individual toward his fellow man is the strongest foundation of the principles of brotherhood and good will. These are the principles which will ob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Friday February 8 1974 I & 11 a uffalo Soldiers By MIKE MARTINDALE Black soldiers until the era of the Korean Conflict 20 years ago have had to fight a two-front war the enemies of the nation they served and the historic racism of their own countrymen. In spite of all the repression confronting him with the demoralizing names many were certainly called aie term sprang from the adversity and became a point of pride before falling into disuse “Buffalo soldiers.” This is the story of that term and its legacy. Until the time of the Civil War Negroes were not permitted to serve in America’s armed forces. The demands of that war on the manpower of the North dictated a change but even those needs were not pressing enough to insure instand change. In Congress the argument to permit Negroes into Army service raged even as war raged. Finally the argument that Negroes could die as well as whites and therefore save white lives prevailed. The first regiment of Blacks was created it was forme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Six-A Mrs. Inez S. Cardillo wife of Lt. Coi. Richard G. Car- dillo ACofS Gl 2d Armd. Div. was presented a plaque in recognition of her selection as the 1974 Ft. Hood Military Wife of the Year by Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. com- mander III Corps and Ft. Hood at III Corps Headquar- W a The mahogany plaque with gold engraving was provided by the Central Texas-Ft. Hood Chapter of the Association of the United States Army. A panel of 12 judges selec­ Greeting and a warm HI from Sun Country the 13th Spt. Bde. In the news social and people wise are the signs of spring in otherwise things are blooming in the brigade. The Enlisted Wives Club held a coffee Wednesday at the NCO Club to discuss old business new business and see a delightful demon- a The are program centered around terrariums. See I told you things are blooming. Also in the blossoming stages is the up-coming Sweet Heart Luncheon spon- sored by the brigade Officers’ Wives Club. The ladies are planning a short luncheon with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

if Friday February 8 1974 Orange Juice Cream of Wheat Toa8t Butter Milk Coffee Easy Denver Sand. Pear with shredded cheese Milk Coffee Meatball & Rice Casserole Green Beans Waldorf Salad Milk Coffee Banana Slices Oatmeal Toast Milk Coffee Vegetable Soup Fried Egg Sand. Milk Coffee Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Pineapple Juice Scrambled Eggs Toast Butter Milk Coffee Spaghetti w/meat sauce Tossed Salad Bread Butter Milk Coffee Thursday Friday Saturday Lunch Lunch Lunch Orange Juice Fried Mush w/Syrup Toast Butter Milk Coffee Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Potato Soup Grilled Cheese Sand. Milk Coffee Dinner Dinner Dinner Stuffed Baked Tomato Boiled Potatos Creamed Corn Jello w/whipped topping Milk Coffee Baked Chicken Baked Potato Carrots Baked Custard Milk Coffee his eek ly menu is prepared by Bonnie Halier “the Food Management Coun- selor for the Army Com- munity Services. Hearty Chicken Noodle Soup Leftover chicken cut-up 1 tsp. salt Water to cover 1 cup sliced carrots cup celery wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Eight-A -~™^_ .* *.• (Story from Page 1A) program to an indeterminate period of time in the Brigade. Most frequently a man sent to the Retraining Brigade is one who is determined to be restorable is sentenced to less than six-months confinement and hasn’t received a punitive discharge. A man deemed nonrestorable due to the length and type of sentence he receives is sent to the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks at Ft. Leavenworth Kans. which is the Army’s equivilant to a penitentiary. COOPERATION KEY WORD SFC James V. McKimmey NCOIC of the coun-- selors section praised his eight-man staff for their work and credited the cooperation coming from other units with part of their success. “We have all agen- cies on post and in the U.S. Army at our disposal” McKimmey concluded. Of further aid to the individual is the fact that he may be allowed to change units upon release from the confinement facility. Thus he starts in his new unit with afresh chart. “We’re trying very hard to get away from...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Friday February 8 1974 NeXT He who eats well also works well. True or false? Whatever the case personnel dining at the 21st Repl. Det.’s Mess Hall say “the chow’s great!” The commander of the unit on various occasions says the credit for his “Best mess goes to the Mess Steward”. And best mess it is because 13th Spt. Bde. Food Service personnel can verify that Sfc. Jim E. James was the motivating factor behind many 13th Spt. Bde. Mess Awards. Credit again goes to the 21st this time with the title Detection device installed Patrons of the Ft. Hood Exchange have been asked to help stem a recent flood of bad checks by lending full a to precautionary measures. G.E. Jorgensen general manager of the Ft. Hood Ex- change explained that a “painless” finger imprint device similar to those used by many commercial firms will be installed within the near future for the protection of all patrons. He said that the device uses no messy inks or chemicals and does its job in a matter of seconds. “Unde...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Ten-A Better be Crime has always been a morale problem to civilized man and probably one of the most common crimes has been that of robbery. Today ro ry is till are a problem and the efforts of the police have been doubled to meet the needs of our good citizens and their families. But sophisticated equipment the best trained professional police and all the command support in the world cannot do as much as the individual soldier to prevent robbery. The following are some questions and answers that will explain some very sim- ple things a person can do to protect himself from robbery. Q: Is there really anything a person can do to avoid being robbed? A: No not if you are out alone in a dark area and someone its you from behind. But a person can cer- tainly reduce the chances of his being robbed. For instance it has been found that robbers seldom pick out a specific victim and follow him around until he happens into a dark or deser- ted area. Instead most rob- bers choose their lo...

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

I Friday February 8 1974 Auto Fire Truck Commercial 915 W. Hwy. 190 Bus. 526-4783 I !L SPORTS A a a By JERRY REED On the steps of many rural stores people are sip- ping on R. C. Colas and talking about anew rodeo star. This new star is a part-time rider and a part-time football player named Walt Garrison. Garrison a member of the Dallas Cowboys is also a part-timer on the rodeo circuit. Walt made his debut as a rodeo analyst last Sunday on CBS’ Sports Spectacular in Denver Colorado. He truly showed the qualities of a star. Garrison has always been cited for his interest in the event that has been described as “America’s No. 1 1 Sport.” Every Sunday afternoon during football season radio and television announcers remind their listeners and viewers that Walt performs in rodeo events as a hobby. Rodeoing has been around for many years and is still a big part of America. A few things have changed since the early days girls have changed from bobby-socks to panty hose men have switched fr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Two-B By JERRY REED It started off like any other day February 2 1972. I got up went to an early class did some shopping and went off to the library to crack a book. Yep it was going to be just another day at the University Of Arkansas. Nothing much really happened around cam- pus only an occasional panty raid or beer bust but not on this particular day. At approximately 4 p.m. that afternoon the news came the draft numbers had been released. It was right there on the second page of the Northwest Arkansas Times I had been chosen in the first round by Uncle Sam. My number was a lowly 24 and before you could say “Calvin York” I was doing pushups at Ft. Ord Califor- nia. That’s the way that it hap- pened it was no misprint. I really didn’t go that quickly. I finished my first year at school and later signed as a free agent. I was guaranteed $288.00 a month and all the ball point pens I could chew. I really didn’t have any bargaining power so I didn’t get as much as I wanted but wa...

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