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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Friday November 22 1974 From a White Plains N.Y. YMCA to the Canary Islands Spain is quite a swim. It took 2nd Lt. Kevin Lee Murphy ap- proximately 12 years to com- plete the course using the but- terfly free-style individual medley and backstroke. Murphy assigned to the l/6th Cav S-2 Section here at Ft. Hood started swimming competitively 12 years ago and as a member of the U.S. Ar- med Froces Team this year participated in the Conseil In- temational Du Sports Militare’ (CISM) meet. According to Murphy the swim meet is designed as com- petition between soldiers of various countries and to “give lesser athletes like myself a chance to compete inter- nationally since we couldn’t make an Olympics or PanAm Games team.” Murphy’s brother provided the encouragement for the swimmer’s CISM efforts. “I was talking to my brother on the phone one day. He had .been reading the Army Times and came across an adver- tisem ent asking for par- ticipants to try out for the CISM team said Murphy. “I t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Page Sixteen INTO THE WILD BLUE...The UH-IN is lifted by a FIRST TEAM Chinook. The chopper was damaged by fire and was being transported to Corpus Christi NAS for repairs. On the return to Chase Naval Air Station the Chinook picked up a Navy jet and airlifted it to Corpus Christi Team chopper ai In a combined service ef- fort the Army in the guise of a First Team helicopter recently helped the Navy move are tire je from Texas to Florida there to be renovated and placed on per- manent display in the Naval Aviation Museum at Pen- sacola Naval Base. The Skyhawk (TA4J) the first of its series acquired by the Navy has long since been taken from the active duty list. It was airlifted by a 227th A viation attalion Chinook from Chase Naval Air S ta tio (NAS) ear Beeville Tx to Corpus Christi NAS for the night and then oarried 40 miles out to sea to the Florida-bound aircraft carrier the USS Lexington. CVA-16. ''’Ihe Army’s role began at Ft. Hood where the 1st Cav. iv.’s 227th Avn. Bn. is lo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Friday November 22 1974 Pleased with the success of its a a Distribution Center the Army and Air Force Exchange Ser- vice (AAFES) will expand the operation to further improve clothing selections at ex- change retail outlets world- wide. S in a Distribution Center (FDC) was implemented in October 1973 and began shipping ladies’ dresses and pantsuits to a limited number of exchanges it was apparent AAFES had a successful new program” said Maj. Gen. C. W. Hospelhorn AAFES commander. ‘‘Today with the FDC shipping a larger number of items to 260 in- dividual exchanges worldwide there is no doubt about it. “Customers may not even know of the existence of an AAFES Fashion Distribution Center but they are aware of an improved selection of fashionable clothing in their a a a customer reaction and the comments and recommen- dations of AAFES personnel throughout the world promp- ted the upcoming expansion of the FDC system.” Situated in Arlington Tex. the Fashion Distribution Cen- ter receives...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Page Eighteen Greater Wind Speeds Have Little Additional Effect High winds as well as relative humidity adds to win- ter cold. As the winds increase the temperature affec- ting exposed hands face or neck plunges. The result is a cold weather injury. To prevent injuries to exposed areas preparation must be made prior to beginning afield exercise or working out of doors. Individual and unit instruction in cold weather clothing is a must for each unit at Ft. Hood. The requisition and is- sue of proper clothing and equipment is necessary for the protection of a unit’s personnel. Deaths of 355000 veterans during fiscal year 1974 206000 with World War II ser- vice has prompted the Veterans Adminstration to en- courage 29 million living veterans to make certain thier dependents are aware of the death benefits to which they may be entitled. The FY 1974 death total was According to the Veterans Administration the labor force participation rate cf male veterans during fiscal year 1973 was 88 ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Friday November 22 1974 JEFFEREY as feeling down and out last weekend and was trekking about in the woods on the reservation trying to get his head together when he stumbled onto Jill Morris. Jefferey somewhat shocked by the circum- stances of the meeting nonetheless managed to fire off “Time waits for no man” is not always true and in this particular case it’s not. Time is waiting for all you “sharp thinkers” out there who are members of 142d Sig Bn 2nd Armd. Div. to come up with your bright ideas’’ for a nickname for the battalion. Due to the lack of entries the contest has been extended to November 30. This gives you eight days to get your entry in. Don’t think time will wait on you again this is your last chance! Lieutenant Colonel Gene A. Venzke battalion commander explained An appointed board will review the entries and make the final decision during the first week in December. A ceremony will be held in honor of the person with the winning entry and an award will be given tha...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Page Twenty BUSINESS SERVICES RadiO/ TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and Make Your S electio from Our Large 'Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. Killeen........................................634-4742 _______________ UftO Buildg. Contract. 056 Home improvement Custom Built Homes No Job Too Large Or Too Small We Do It All HIGGINBOTHAMS HOME CENTER 2421 E. Hwv 190 Copperas Cove 547-7581 House Repairs 058 For All Types Of Remodeling We Have Everything To Do It With 2421 E. Hwv 190 Copperas Cove 547-7581 Sentinel Classified REAL ESTATE Citv Property 090 Your Home W ill Sell Better When It Is A PALACE GUARDED HOME Because Buyers Want No Cost Repair or Replacement Protection For The Homes Major Equipment. Exclusively At: GARVIN- WAGNER REALTORS 606 W. Hwy. 190 Killeen 526-5023...........526-6649 RENTAL MANAGEMENT (0000) HIGGINBOTHAMS HOME CENTER CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 21 acre...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Friday November 22 1974 SHOW CAT Looking regal in its specially decorated cage a championship Persian waits its turn to be judged in last ear’s cat show in Killeen. The action will be repeated again this year Dec. 14-15 when cats by the hundreds are submitted for judging in the annual 1 VISIONS OF SUGAR PLUMS. Two youngsters accompanying their mother to the Main Post Exchange were treated to homemade cupcakes baked by wives of the 13th Spt. Bde. The lady brigaders tfc l&ge A 3Re-AT Special Good Thru. Sat. Nov. 23rd COMBINATION SPECIAL 1 ARBY'S Reg. 89 1 FRENCH FRIES Reg. 35' 1 MEDIUM DRINK Reg. 30' 1 .5 4 a sponsored a bake sale last weekend to raise money for the brigade’s annual Children’s Christm as party. (Photo by P. Stack) Furniture Copperas 829 W. RANCIER 2 Blocks From E. Gate Open 10 a.m. 526*8780 show sponsored by the Cougar Country Cat Club. Both championship purebred cats and household cats will be judged in the show and applications are still being taken for househol...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 22 November 1974

Page Twenty-Two I 4 jg That’s the way SP/4 Dominic Rocco feels about his job as an Air Defense Acquisition Radar Maintenance Instructor. “When I first came in the Army I didn’t know the first thing about electronics. But I had forty solid hours of the basics before I even started the course so now I feel right at home with an oscilloscope and a maze of wires. “In the lab it’s my job to show students right on the equipment the things they’ve been studying in a theoretical way in the classroom. And sometimes I get the feeling by the questions they ask that it’s not just the equipment they’re testing. “Eventually I might try setting up my own repair business. But for right now I like the challenge of teaching. And that’s why I’m staying in!’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS "When you’re doing something of value you value yourself morel’ & Today’s Army gets better every time a good man reenHsts Friday November 22 1974

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

VOL. 33 NO. 38 'T I A 7 a I A FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’' jjfoofi FORT HOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1974 A “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.” A A 7 2 IV£ MTH CARfc im 28 Pages

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

.Page Two-A earing two shoppers discussing the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday in a local super market set me to wondering. The first lady tos- sed a tin of imported an- chovy paste into her basket and said mournfully “I don’t know what we’re celebrating this year. The price of sugar inflation shortages some Thanksgiving. “You’re absolutely right” her friend enjoined. She skil- lfully maneuvered her shop- ping cart over another lady’s alligator clad toe to get to the front of a crowd of shoppers Audit seminar conducted A hospital seminar on audit conducted by the Joint Com- mission on Accreditation of Hospitals was recently hosted by Damall Army Hospital. The re ire ts for hospital accreditation man- date that hospitals develop implement and document programs that visibly demon- strate the quality of their ser- vices. This requirement is in line with the Joint Commis- sion’s and the medical profes- io ’s lo ta in awareness of the importance of continuing evaluation of patient care as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27 1974 Retreat ceremony honors six he 2nd A rm iv .’s weekly retreat ceremony was held last Thursday afternoon to honor six of atto ’s Own” who retired from the A rm y. rig a ie eneral Oliver W. Dillard Assistant ivision a for Maneuver reviewed the men and women of Division Troops who arched in honor of the retirees. The six retire es included Cmd. Sgt. aj. obert L. Austin who culminated 30 a Th meritorious S erv ice Medal was awarded to Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Austin who served the 2nd Armd. Div. in HHB 2nd Bn. 5th ADA. The Army om endation medal was presented to CW04 Edwin J. Zenon who co leted 24 years of service. Chief War- rant Officer Zenon was assig- ned to “E Co. 124th Maint. Bn. Killeen Tex. will be CWQ2 Calvin F. atterso ’s home after his retirement from the Army. Chief W arrant Officer Patterson was awarded the Army Commendation Medal after honorably serving with E Co. 124th aint. Bn. Retiring from HHC 2nd Bn. 50th I an as CW02 Charles L. Boelter. The Army om e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Four-A Our Thanksgiving tab is large How nice it is that the year has four seasons a lit- tle variety being the spice life and all. Total summer or perpetual winter would get pretty dull for the most of us. Many will agree that fall is the best time of the lot for enjoyment. The Thanksgiving and Christmas-New Year holiday seasons are bound to make the old Scrooge in anyone soften up a bit. Turkey and dressing combined with college or pro football on TV bring out the best in all of us and we can certainly stand a ton of that. Each year seem to contain more and more events on the pages of history that will startle our successors. 1974 is certainly no exception. In a way it seems remarkable that Thanksgiving will come around tomor- row in spite of everything that has happened this past year. The beautifully decorated tables that will be on display in our confortable homes this year should not be taken with a grain of salt. There area lot of reasons why roast turkey and pumpkin pie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27 1974 If you were informed that every year a bacteria was responsible for injuring often mutilating and even killing some 800000 children what would your reaction be? To raise money to research the villain and a possible sub- sequent vaccine? Get at the root of the problem by cam- paigning to clean up the culprit’s breeding place? S I SHE’S A HUNGRY BABY Tiny Elizabeth Nicole Belt daughter of SSG. O. L. and Lillian Belt plays mommy to a baby doll. All dolls should be inspected for pins in wigs and clothing as well as for small pieces that can break or tear HO JV The lights are dimmed to where the musicians are silhouetted through a curtain of cigarette smoke discer- nable only by the strands of light a in from the spotlight above. Through the hum of small talk the low sdund of a trumpet begins to reverberate through the relaxed Chicago night club. The tempo quickens and 12 in- struments blend together to form perfect harmony. This is the life Spec. 4 Jose Castil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Six-A 1st Bn. 67th Arm. The ffic ers and first sergeants of the 1st Bn. 67th Armd. and their wives recen- tly attended a Hail and Farewell sponsored by the combat support company of the battalion. The occasion was in the form of a 1950’s “Sock Hop” af the Copperas Cove VFW Hall. The sock hop came com- plete with 1950 costumes music and a dance contest which was won by Cpt. and Mrs. Vernal War nock. Door gifts were also presented. The evening also included a skit performed by the officers of combat support company Cpt. Thomas Mott Lt. Keith Workman and Lt. Chris J. LeBlanc. Charades of prominent people in the bat- talion were performed by Cpt. Thomas Mott. The program was concluded by a poem con- cerning tank gunnery which was written and recited by Lt. Keith Workman. Hailed were Cpt. and Mrs. Benjamin C. Thornal Cpt. and Mrs. Steven A. Duncan Lt. and Mrs. Ronald Glass Lt. and Mrs. William L. Sparkes and Lt. and Mrs. Dwight A. Anders. Lt. and Mrs. Edward Cooligan were farewelled...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

tifcv. S*«B ■»i W ednesday Novem ber 2 7 197 4 1 ran. .. 16th Sig. The 16th Sig. Bn. recently had a Hail and Farewell at the Longhorn Room at the Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess (FHOOM) sponsored by “C” ’V’* Co. Lieutenant Colonel John G. ^'Burbules welcomed Chaplain and Mrs. Dennis Camp Cpt. to and Mrs. David Richards t' Cpt. and Mrs. Larry Letzer Cpt. and Mrs. Stan Davis Lt. 9 and Mrs. David Grey Jr. a CW02 and Mrs. John Collier and CW02 and Mrs. James Murphy. Lieutenant Colonel Burbules bid farewell to Cpt. James Tareleton who is going to the 1st Cav. Div. and also Lt. and Mrs. Michael Cruse who are going to Anderson S.C. The November coffee was held in the home of Mrs. Den- nis Blaschkey with Mrs. Gene ^B arrick and Mrs. Michael Burke as co-hostesses. WB They discussed up-coming events for the signal wives and the Christm as Party. I'Z They presented Mrs. Michael Cruse who is leaving with a •j- niece with a farewell gift. Holiday Formal The 13th Spt. Bde. will hold its “Holiday For...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Page Eight-A Sea Arama Do something different for the holidays and visit Sea Arama Marine world located Monday Nov. 11th dawned cool and crisp with signs of dampness from the recent heavy rains still lingering on the ground. But for men of the 1st Sqdn. 6th Cav. and their families nothing could dam- pen the excitement and spirits of the units “Duty Day with Dad.” on the beautiful Galveston Texas. COME AND GET IT Hungry troopers and their families quickly fill their lates ith fr sh -o ff-th -g ill” The activities got off to an early start with the families observing a command muster and inspection followed by a a of the “Redeye” missile presented by Hqd. Trp Redeye Section. We had an enthusiastic reception” stated Lt. John Moilenan Redeye comman- der. “Most of the dependents were stunned to hear that a ‘Redeye’ was something other than what an individual got from pulling night duty.” Other morning activities conducted in the squadron’s motor pool included vehicle displays and a maint...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

$ Wednesday November 27. 1974 By RANDY MURPHY Several of the major advan- Ices In research knowledge ‘have com as results of «projects conducted here at Ft. Hood according to Lt. Col. Herbert E. Segal of Walter eed A rm In titu te of Research (WRAIR). Most recently a five mem- ber staff including Segal teamed up with Lt. Col. J. P. Heilman and the 15th Med. Bn. 1st Cav. Div. to ad- minister part three of a sur- vey designed to determine what percentage of troops here at Ft. Hood and actually inflicted ith Type B” hepatitis virus over a one- year period. Hopefully the survey will show what can be found out about the type of person to whom the virus is transmit- ted. The ultimate goal is to find the proper prevention program that is most useful in preventing the disease. W A IR ’s in in hepatitis at Ft. Hood began in late 1972 when the MEDDAC commander requested the as- sistance of Epidemiology Con- lta ts S rv ic of the W RAIR a of an CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST I 500 S. 44th St. Killeen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

a elv -A By ROGER BROWN “Let each become all he is capable of being” the motto "of the State University of New York reflects the philosophy •upon which is built the foun- dations of the Cav Academy. 'The Academy in itself is ‘one of the most ambitious educational undertakings in ’the ilitary. All division education facilities are to be located under one roof so to ispeak. And with an enrol- lment of between 450 and 500 full time high school students it indeed resembles a small .high school. You don’t hear any bells •ringing but when a class is 5ver or a break announced the soldiers spill from the class rooms just as if they were high school students which in fact they are. The scene is repeated countless times each day in schools across the country. Discus- sions range from “How did you figure out that Math Froblem?” to “Who are you picking to win the Super Bowl .this year?” In the class room students are taking notes -playing with pencils staring ‘out the windows or wondering which...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 27 November 1974

Wednesday November 27 1974 Christmas duty outlined for Hood Leaves of absence and duty hours for III Corps and Ft. Hood personnel during the Christmas holiday season has been outlined in Ft. Hood Cir. 630-5 dated Nov. 20. For military personnel during the holiday period from 7 a.m. on Dec. 19 through 5 p.m. on Jan. 5 nor- mal duty hours will be from 8 a.m. to 12 noon daily (ex- cluding Saturday and Sunday) for the 2nd Armd. Div. and from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. for the 1st Cav. Div. and the units and agencies of III Corps. In addition Tuesday Dec. 24 and Tuesday Dec. 31 will be training holidays. During af- ternoons Headquarters III Corps will remain operational to conduct essential business. Medical consent essential atDAH Going on vacation and leaving the kids behind? If you anticipate any short separation from your children read on. It has come to our atten- tion at Darnall Army Hospital that few people are aware of the special (medical) power of attorney available for just such ...

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