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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 •Ti?oPH/£S SKIPPERS 1 Yiu Come Check Out The Winner: CR 250 Tankers ready for action The Ft. Hood Tankers get down to business tomorrow afternoon at Red Lindsay Field when they take on the New Braunfels Lions at 5 p.m. Sunday the Tankers head for Austin and a double- header with the '30-'30 club. Ft. Hood returns back home San Antonio trip planned Let's split for San Antonio! Your Recreation Activity Centers (formerly called ser­ vice clubs) are hosting another one of their famous trips this one is going to San Antonio via commercial bus which is free to you. San An­ tonio is a lively effervescent city with a bustling night life and many unique attractions. Zero in on the beautiful River walk or brouse in San Antonio's famous shops. If you are a history buff you'll probably went to visit the Alamo the Spanish Gover­ nor's House and the Institute pf Texan Cultures at Hemis Fair Plaza. You don't have to be Simon and Garfunkel to enjoy going to the Zoo and San Anto...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Four-B 4 Warriors are tough If you thought weekend- warriors weren't tough just ask the 169th. During their two-week sum­ mer training at Ft. Hood the 694th Main. Bn. challenged the officers of the 169th Main. Bn. 13th Spt. Bde. to a frien­ dly game of softball. The scene of the mightly out-lash was Lake Belton and the San Antonio reservists were vic­ tors to the spoils of triumph. Okalhoma University will feature a brother act this fall during the gridiron season. The. Sooners have three brothers on the team. The trio| of brothers are all linemen on the defense. They are Leroy Lusious and Dewey Selmon. Tttfc it' At the bottom of the third inning the score was six runs for the visitors and two for the home team. Our boys were confident of catching up until mighty J. Mont- mayor of the 694th came to bat. The silver-barred lieutenant hit a mighty gran­ dstand-slammer beyond the trees then he and two other teammates saundered home. Never say the regular Army boys didn't try. The 1...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 The Marquee By JIM SAILORS Last week in the Sentinel I went into a great amount of detail concerning the Ft. Hood Community Theatre and all of the various theatre activities available to Ft. Hood-Killeen personnel. Since last week all sorts of things have happened. Our production of "Ten Little In­ dians" is in its final week of rehearsal at the time of this writing and will be showing when many of you receive the Sentinel for this week. So don't drop your doughnut in your coffee and wring your hands because you still have tonight and tomorrow night (August 3 & 4) to grab the kids and make it to the theatre by 8 p.m. We have been working like mad­ men on lines movements and set construction. We urge all of you to come Friday By JANE NIXON The Army Emergency Relief is a part of the Army Community Services and is designed to provide financial assistance to active military retired military and their dependents in times of an emergency. The criteria for receivin...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Six-B DEPARTMENT COURSE TITLE (General Business Option) &£ BA*337.31 Government & Business .' oft BA 339.11 Report Writing & Correspondence BA 431.05 Business Policy BA 438.32 Management Theory (Computer Science Option) .04 Statistics & Programming Appl CS 330 CAREER AVIATION fwS CA 330.00 Instrument Flight SMS CA 332.05 Techniques of Instruction fag CA 333.14 Air Traffic Control CA 334.00 Instrument Flight Instruction •To? CA 335.00N Airline Transportation Rating '11* £3 CA 336.00 Multi Engine Flight Ml? CA 338.00 Instrument Rating SrV jjjg Kenneth P. Walker Vice Chan­ ge cellor of American Technologi- §j|cal University points out ag additional information on SgAmerican Technological University to SP4 Lee Bibb III and Vicki Bibb of Killeen who |H£ have enrolled at the University for this fall's classes. Pic- tured in the background is the office building of the Univer- |n| sity located on the Central gug Texas College campus. Bldg. 137. it x» ^oRoS!«roi»35«iro«...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 By TOM WYLIE A newly developed artillery projectile made its first flight over Ft. Hood during a July live fire test conducted by three batteries of the 1st Bn. 77th Arty. 1st Cav. Div. The battalion was tasked by Department of the Army Assistant Chief of Staff "for Force Development to con­ duct the test of the 105mm Rocket Assisted Projecttile (RAP). Some 1500 of the potent projectiles were sent to Ft. Hood from Picatinny Arsenal Dover New Jersey to be fired during what Cpt. L. S. Dewald termed "a users' test." Dewald com­ mands the battalion's Bravo tsattery. The RAP can be fired in either of two modes of operation according to Dewald. The "rocket on" mode is activated by simply twisting a small cap off the end of the projectile. Burning propellant charges of the howitzer ignites a fuse which ignites the rocket fuel (en­ cased in the end of the projectile) some 15-20 seconds into its flight. When fired in the "rocket on" mode the RAP extends the maximum effec...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Eight-B Local club donated money The Killeen Riding & Hoping Club took action last night at a called meeting to assist the 1st Cavalry Division Horse Platoon in replacement of the horses that died. Thursday night the first night of the Killeen Youth Rodeo designated 1st Cavalry Division Horse Platoon Benefit Night and the Killeen Riding & Roping Club's share of the gate receipts after ex­ penses went to the 1st Cavalry Division Association for the 1st Cavalry Division Horse Platoon. The Club will also contact the State and National Horse Clubs in­ cluding the Appaloosa Quar- a a Associations requesting that they assist in locating horses that may be acquired through donations and purchases. The Killeen Riding & Roping Club also voted to sponsor a "Giant Play Night" to raise money for the 1st Cavalry Horse Platoon. All Horse Clubs in the Cen­ tral Texas Area will be in­ vited to participate in the "Play Night" which will in­ clude activities for all ages and both Wes...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 Gen Hill honor program Brig. Gen. John G. Hill Jr. 46 Fifth U. S. Army Chief of staff who will become chief of the military training mission to Saudi Arabia will be honored at a formal ceremony in the Fifth Army quadrangle Ft. Sam Houston San Antonio at 3:30 p.m. Thursday Aug. 9. I The highly decorated general veteran of the Korean and Vietnam Wars has served in his present capacity since July 27 1972. A native of Plattsburg N. Y. and the son of an Army brigadier general the Fifth Army chief of staff was graduated from the U. S. Military Academy West Point N. Y. in 1946. Distinguished Service Cross the nation's second highest combat award while serving in Korea 1950-51 with the 7th Cavalry Regiment 1st Cavalry Division. The first of his two tours of duty in Vietnam was 1964-65 when he was senior advisor to the 18th Division III Cor­ ps Army of the Republic of Vietnam. Stationed again in Vietnam 1970-72 he served con- secutively as commanding of- "ficer of the 1s...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Ten-B .'RAY CHARLES—Will be appearing at Prichard Stadium Wednesday at 8 p.m. Tickets are now available at the Community Center Bldg. 108. Cost is $1.50 per person. Silver Eagles looking for new aviators The Army's Silver Eagles are looking for new aviators. Due to expected losses in the near future the U.S. Army Aviation Precision Demonstration Team is ac­ cepting resumes from aviator warrant officers and com­ missioned officers through the grade of major. Prerequisites include four years of military aviation ex­ perience 1500 hours of helicopter flying and demon­ strated proficiency in obser­ vation-type helicopters (preferably the OH-6 Cayuse). Applicants must have no record of conviction by courts martial. Interested Army aviators may submit a let­ ter/resume to: Commander USAAPDT (Silver Eagles) P.O. Box 517 Ft. Rucker 2nd AD men re-up Taking time out from their Thursday morning schedules Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Phillip Onishea Jr. Hq. 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. and 1st Sgt. Charles R. Haze...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Friday August 3 1973 Can you think of ten television programs that you watch regularly that you really enjoy? Not that you watch but that you look for­ ward to and really enjoy? You must exclude movies since they area one-shot deal and were for the most part Have you observed any of the following conditions? They may be considered in­ dications of possible racial tensions. 1) Group participation in racial incidents 2) Racial polarization on and off post 3) Racial groupings in barracks and mess halls 4) Cutting into lines with the aid of members of own race 5) Control of dayroom facilities by one racial group 6) Increased use of offen­ sive language both orally and MONDAY Schedule lime 7:59 National Anthem 8:00 Weather FH News What's Happening 8:27 Communication Documents 9:00 The Perfect Drug 9:31 Crash (Drug Abuse) 10:00 Field Artillery Missions and Characteristics 10:31 Rifle Platoon Village Search Convoy Counterambush 11:00 Courses in Civil Unrest 11:49 Telephone Set TA-312-PT Ci...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

Page Xwelve-B "ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice To .Public BL1 ICK'S UPHOLSTERY & CARPETS 122 West Hwy. 190 Phone 526-4151 NEW STORE HOURS: 7:3aAM to 6:00 PM Daily '.CLOSED .J*. SAT. SUN. MON. "T.hanR You For Your Patronage (8/3) Professional B-9 MOTOR STEAM CLEAN SPECIAL Includes Car Wash & Wax I $7.50 ZIP CAR WASH West Hwy. 190 Killeen (tfn) Safe Courteous Dependable Insurance C-4 MIDLAND NATIONAL LIFE :-INSURANCE CO. 2209 A East Hwy. 190 Copperas Cove GENERAL AGENT: *V« IRA A. YOHO 5:547-4256-773-4021 Associated with •'Military S.G.L.I. (tfn) Nurseries Kindergarten C-7 RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY CHILD CARE CENTER: Love and Care for Your Child. Reasonable Rates ed Personnel. 634-3411 or 634- 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Laiidsca] ipmg PROFESSIONAL GARDENING Specializing In: Hedge Trimming Grass Cutting Tree Pruning Tree Planting Grass Sodding & Seeding 547-5586 day or night 303 W Ave. B. Copperas Cove (Tfn) fikwse Repairs C-28 P'a.inting: Interior Exterior Sheetrock Repair Formica C...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 3 August 1973

aee Fourteen-B FEDERAL 5980 Case ^55=^ AMMO SALE GAME LOAD Low brass shells loaded for top performance. 121620 GAUGE YOUR CHOICE 3980 Case FEDERAL HI-POWER SHOT SHELLS High brass plastic shells with special long range shot cup for top perfor­ mance and uniform patterns. 12 16 20 GAUGE YOUR CHOICE 14k- 1" FOAM MATTRESS MOSSBERG PUMP SHOTGUN 1 2 Guage Only Chambered For 2-%. and 3 in. Shells. Ventilated Rib Barrel Model 500 AV SPECIAL PRICE REGISTER FOR fY.'iH PRIZES ID BE GIVEN AWAY SAT. AUG. 11th 8 P.M. AT 3206 E. HWY. 190 GiBS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS GIBSON'S has the Best for LESS This Is A Special Pre-Season Price On These First Quality Shells ALUMINUM FOLDING COT Register for Prizes Now Shop Gibson 7 Day's a Week WHERE COLEMAN 220 LANTERN 2-MANTLE H&R Model 622 6-Shot Revolver (IDEM OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 9:00 to 9:00 FORT HOOD SENTINEL 6-Shot .22 Long Rifle Barrel: 4" ©IBSON'S DISCOUNT CENTER The H&R Model 622 is a 6-shot single or double action .22 caliber revol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

-'V N S VOL. 32 NO. 23 I-?"" ". h:. %-mJ /•'1. 1^4. %-T "i~&h 11 * $ y(-t 4 / c- +S W*^ v\ IOU r' i* ... -V- ii. 'v- 'PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.' FORT HOOD FRIDAY AUGUST 10 1973 »».•» •»»»tV• *'vf^ Tt V| 'i -' 'Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Army. Opinions expressed by writers herein are their own and are not to be considered an official expression of the Department. of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not 'constitute an endorsement by the Department of the products or services advertised." -y- 7 °c r/r t{ -rSyr.y- «V r** I »X'r! .. v.-^ 1' V.v .* -. «. ON *v *. .* ^'J(X'"* r' 4 1 Tv^^M .k w|* 1 JP& VH" "1 •. W |r l^f .» 8 *. .. 1 ?*. 8 A ... I •M- ."-: 40 Pages In 3 Sections C*VV'-V-Vr^ *. V'W ". A 4 1 & «. •'•":?. "4 *Jv"- .- '"V .-. 'H I •I 5 •v •r

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Two-A sr v- Fv i. f: By TONY BIFFLE 1. It has been reported that on or about 0745 hours •'June 15 1972 at Ft. Hood Tx. you without •authority failed to go at the time prescribed to your appointed place of duty to wit: Morning company •I formation. This is a violation of Article 86 UCMJ. 2. It is my intention as the Commanding Officer of I- this organization to impose nonjudicial punishment *»'upon you as to such offense(s) under the provisions of Article 15 UCMJ unless you expressly demand trial by court-martial. JUST THE FACTS The Spec. 4 receiving this Art. 15 overslept two hours. It was inexcusable. The night before he had been participating in a going away beer bust for a cook assigned to Vietnam. He participated until 2 a.m. or so. He was sound asleep at 7 a.m. 8 a.m. and until shortly after 9 a.m. His alarm clock and knockings at -I his barracks door had failed to awaken him. There was nothing for him to do after being read his rights under Art. 31 UCMJ by the company com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 www Auto Fire Life Truck Commercial' ASTRODOME RAPPEL r- Members of the 2nd Ar- md. Div. Rappelling Team set an unofficial world rappelling record by plummeting approximately 210 feet from the top of the Houston Astrodome during Firing tank tables for training extensively for the first time the first time the 2nd Bn. 123rd Arm. Ken­ tucky National Guard has spent the past two weeks on Ft. Hoods tank ranges. Firing tank tables IV through VIII the 80-man National Guard unit is on their two week annual sum­ mer training. The 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. 2nd Armd. Div. has been giving training technical support during that period. In addition to firing the last five ranges for the fust time it is also the first time that the guardsmen have got­ ten any extensive training in the M60A1 Tank. In the past "A" Co. 2nd Bn. 123rd Arm. was the only company that had any training on the tank and at present the only com- .Symbol of Superior Service. BILLYBURTA«NT 915 W. Hwy. 190 Killeen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Four-A Sentinel and Stout receive high awards A young soldier began to publish cartoons in the Stars & Stripes in 1943 as Allied troops struggled to gain a foothold on an Italian beach called Anzio. The cartoons featured a pair of dirty hairy combat-worn G.I.'s named Willie and Joe. The artist was Bill Mauldin. In the same way another Army artist is becoming well-known among military journalists as his work is published as a regular feature in the Ft. Hood Sen­ tinel. Unlike Mauldin's early work this art covers everything from the comic wild west through Texas history to living conditions of the modern soldier. This artist's name is Specialist 6 Stewart J. Stout better known to his followers as Stout S.J. During this past week Stout and the Sentinel have received the Army's J-award also known as the Journliast Award for Journalism Excellence. The award is presented by the Department of the Army's command information division to post newspapers based on quality originality a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Friday August 10 1973 Conserve £NER&Y _arv( Concern. School bells will begin to ring soon to announce the first day of school. For many children of the local area this will be their first time to attend school in Texas. If you have inquired at your child's school you probably have been informed that Texas State Law requires certain immunizations for a student at­ tending any school in the state to include children cared for in a child caring facility or institution. The following are the immunizations the state law requires by age group: A. Under 1 year 1. Polio vaccine Sabin type the child should receive three doses. 2. DTP (Diptheria-tetanus-pertussis) and/or Td (Tetanus diptheria) three doses 3. There is no requirement for measles or rubella immunizations in this age group. B. 1-4 years 1. Polio vaccine Sabin type three doses 2. DTP and/or Td three doses 3. Measles one dose 4. Rubella one dose C. 5-11 years ... 1. Polio vaccine Sabin type three does with at least one oi tnese...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Page Six-A By STEVE LASSITER A reunion isn't a reunion unless there are people to reunite and that's exactly what happened at Ft. Bliss Texas this past weekend as approximately 700 members of the 1st Cav. Div. Association got together for some handshaking and tall- tales at the annual rejoiner. From all over the country they came East Coast West Coast North and South by car by camper by commercial jet and even by CH-47 Chinook helicopter. One couple made it in all the way from Seoul Korea. The party was being held at Ft. Bliss for a good reason that's where it all began 52 years ago as the horse cavalrymen were con­ stituted as an active mounted division. These horse soldiers rode the dusty plains of West Texas conducting maneuvers and training just as the division is doing today at Ft. Hood except that today's division uses tanks and helicopters as mounts. Business was mixed pleasure during the three day meeting. On Friday Aug. 3 the 3rd Armored Cav Regiment which is stationed at F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

tust 10 1973 Anniversary celebrated by QfJ| rkgyttn EDWARDS Coffee Edwards Soft Drinks Members of the 13th Delta Avn. Bn. their families and guests were entertained at a picnic August 3 at Clear Creek Park commemorating the 10th anniversary of the battalion. The battalion was activated on August 5 1964 at Ft. Bragg N.C. for further ship- ment t0 t^ie Mexican Sausage. Spicy! Hot Links Corn Dogs Safeway Thin Sliced •Horn 3-os. •Turkey •Cerned Beef •Chicken •Pastrami Pkq. All Beef Bologna Sliced Salami Nourishing! 9-Lives Cat Food For Everyday Feeding! 21* Buffet Can Republic of Viet- t/lW nam to replace the Delta Avn. Bn. In March 1972 the battalion relinguished its duties as "Guardian" of the Mekong Delta and returned to the U.S. STOCK-UP Rich Flavor! Safeway Special! I-Lb. Can (With $5 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes) CRAGMONT 10-os. Bottles (Plus Deposit) Safeway Special! 6-Pack Carton All Meat Wieners 744 Safeway. Plump and Tender! —12-oz. Pkg. 79* 10-Ct. Pkg. Easy to Prepar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 10 August 1973

Pag£ Eight-A NHgJU -I C. .1 -M^MMaMW«MlO«». '. *a •'. fcAbK HS*^ sa&ilass* FACELIFTED Taking on a new look following a massive rebuilding project the Ft. Hood Community Center offers much in­ Obvious during the maneuvers of the 2nd Armd. Div. Test Six was the effective use of camouflage. Less obvious is the unintended use of camouflage over GI benefits and programs designed to aid the soldier. Doubtless most servicemen and women are aware that AER CHAMPUS and USAFI are ab­ breviations of programs affecting their lives. But beyond that realization most know very little about what the abbreviations mean. Along with this unawareness is a lack of knowledge concerning the uses of the Community Center and the Open Door Policy. This article on the Community Center is the first in a series of articles designed to acquaint servicemen and women and their dependents with the programs and benefits they can use during their service 'time. The Community Center from the outside looks like a Gy...

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