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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

I Friday February 8 1974 By CECIL GREEN When Private First Class John Irick sees a pile of scrap metal or junk his mind envisions fantastic works of art. And when John Irick’s hands get through working on that pile of old metal there are indeed works of art for all to see. John is a direct metal sculptor and his delicate touch with welding tools is as deft and creative as any ar- tist’s brush stroke. “It’s called direct metal sculpting because the artist works irectly with the metal bending and melting it into shape unlike a person who casts metal by making a mold and merely pouring the molten metal into that cast” he explains. The creativity of John’s work can be observed as one watches him begin a project. First he sketches his idea on paper as a general blueprint of what he wants the finished project to look whether it be a face a windmill an animal or an abstract design. Next he bends wire into the general shape of his creation. Old bailing wire /picked up around the Ft. Hood ho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Four-B By WILLIE MONTZ -Just as all chicks fly the coop leave the nest and lo in to a tifu creatures so did a cer- tain blonde leave Ohio to broaden her horizons. Nineteen-year old Theresa anderschied one of the first enlisted WACs to go on a. field train in exercise (FTX) in the 13th Spt. Bde. said she’s a “girl of action”. Her blue eyes sparkling she admitted “having never left Olio until she joined the Ar- my”. With a toss of her blond hair she added “now that I’ve begun to go places I never want to stop!” Terry who took her WAC a a in in a t. McClellan Ala. said she “likes the Army because of the people she comes in daily contact with”. “I just met my former Drill Sergeant’s mother here she stated” that was just so neat”. “My Drill Sergeant was a truly great person” said the three-year Army volunteer “and if I can qualify to be a Drill Instructor I’d like to be like her”. Looking at Terry with her pretty smile and dancing eyes you wonder. However glancing at her well-starch...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Six-B Regular Programs: Monday Thiu Friday 'National Anthem 7:59 p.m. A 8:29 pm. 8 Weather. FH News What’s Happening 9i:00 8:00 a.m. Noon 5:00 p.m. A 7:00 p.m. 9::29 10 Maaday February 11 10i:50 U:30 8:28 Care and Concern 12 8:43 IFR Flight Plans DD Form 175 (Stopover) 1:39 9:00 Message Construction Review 1 2:1:00 9:35 ADA Weapons Sys Vulcan Towed 2:!:26 Procedures Drills 3::00 10:00 Searchlight Set A InfraRed Sighting A 4 Fire Control Equip M60A1 4 10:23 The Aero Scout 5:27 11:00 Article 15 5:55 11:22 Highlights of Armor Activities 6:36 12:28 Care and Concern 7::27 12:43 PM Communications 7::53 1:00 Elevation A Relief Pts 1 2 A 3 8::05 1:37 Defense of the Field Arty Btry 2:00 Non-Judicial Punishment 8: 2:22 Disassy A Assy of the M60 9: 3:00 Conference Method of Instruction 9 ::32 3:40 M73 Machinegun Assy A Disassy 10::00 4:00 Mech Tng on M85 Machinegun Pt 4 10 4:31 2AD Country Western Band U::00 5:28 Care and Concern 11::14 5:43 Only the Strong 12::27 6:10 The Stillwell Road ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Friday February 8 1974 jefferey our wandering reporter hopped a freighter recently to Australia where he planned to do some underwater diving in search of live sea hor- ses. Jeff surfaced near Sydney long enough to take this snapshot of lovely Miss Lisse Jones who was The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has joined with the National Safety Council in warning motorists who engage in bat- tery-jumping that they are dealing with “latent hydrogen bombs.” old in eath er threatens to knock the punch out of many automobile bat- teries and many drivers will find themselves with battery cables in hand braving the cold weather to charge or “boost” those power cells. According to AAFES and the National Safety Council when a battery is charged a chemical re a tio takes place releasing highly ex- plosive hydrogen gas. An air mixture as little as four per- cent hydrogen can be ex- plosive and it takes no more than a hot cigarette ash or a spark from the jumper cables themselves to igni...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Page Eight-B BUSINESS SERVICES Beauty Service 030 W E S E I A I E in te a ia are fo ad ies 30 ith A ging Lines. 10 iscount to All rch ases over $10. or re in form atio 547-7103. B'king Tax Service 031 HAVE E N IL W ILL A EL Incom ta return rep ared in ou hom e. hone 547-5961 or 773-5536. INCOME TAX REFUND TIME a st Courteous S ervice ($4 & Up EA ROUND TAX & BO OK EEPIN Two Locations: arl D. Ogle Cow house motor Hotel (N ext to ham ber of om erce) enry L. Linder 826 W. Hwy. 190 (P st Insurance Bldg.) See Us First! Dresses Sewing 040 STOM S E W IN a lo ad lothes fo Men or W om en. Call Cha A nytim e. 526-5916. (tfn) Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV rand N ew 19 Inch rta le ith Built-in A ntena. Rented by th ay W eek onth. Come by an ake S le tio fro O a Stock. monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. ille ........................................... 634-4742 (tfn) Purn. Upholstery 046 7 IE E LIVING room su it $199.95 iscount rn iture 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

Friday February 8 1974 An air defense artillery it is rg in th Mechondo School training a rigorous training exercise that teaches all the basic soldiering skills. “A” Btry. 1st Bn. 68th Air Defense Ar- ty. 1st Cav. Div. began the three week course Jan. 28 north of Ft. Hood at Lake Belton. “Not only will the 1st Bn. 68th ADA be the first air defense artillery unit to ever ra ate th echondo School” stated Cpt. Don □ark the school’s comman- der “It will also be the first time any unit larger than a platoon has completed the training.” Sixty-one cavalrymen from “A” Btry.’s three platoons will have received more than 225 hours of instruction upon successful completion of the Mechondo School. rain in a rie from escape and evasion survival techniques knot tying and poncho a ts to stream crossings and rappelling down steep cliffs. Day and night patrolling and a 12-mile road march with full pack and gear will highlight the training. Cpt. Clark pointed out that a few things were modified in t...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 8 February 1974

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

VOL. 32 NO. 49 FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.” FORT HOOD FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 1974 The enlisted man the common soldier in the United States Army in the Indian Wars after 1865 in the Old West was largely the forgotten man in the history books. But has it been any different in civilian life for the common man? In the Army the officers wrote the records of In- dian fights and the officers have had volumes written about them. In civilian life the politicians and the typcoons of a booming post War-Between-The-States have their names in history’s hall of fame. Fame is a fickle and capricious factor. Custer reached im mortality by spectacular failure’’. Thousands of other soldiers who rode across the stage during the Indian Wars received scant recog- nition even though their actual and grilling time of service was much longer and even if they paid the same price of the supreme sacrifice of death. When have we read or heard of the three-hundred w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

'Page Two-A I 1 & Jlii I I I I I I I Supplies & By s. cC len don As women more and more step forward to take their rightful places in governm ent politics medicine science and industry the so-called ‘womens movement’ is being blamed for everything from the fuel crisis to male impotency. The arguments both pro and con have been repeated so often they hardly need reiteration. The truth is that women as well as men have simply outgrown an archaic system Recognizing this society is making progress toward equality. The Armed Forces have been quick to realize the wasted potential work force women represent and have taken giant steps to remove red tape in order to utilize this asset. While the military is an excellent example of recog- nition of woman-power in at least one area this same system is an example of men not receiving equal rights. In May 1973 the United States Military Forces inacted history making regulations allowing mothers of minor dependent children to enter the Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

s?:* »8k- There comes a time when a soldier must be tested in his job speciality. Not everyone enjoys taking examinations but the examination Sfc. Jose R. Martinez took made him “Top Cop” at the 502 MP Co1 once again. %. COMPLETE RIGHT DOWN TO HIS POCKET BUTTONS. The military miniatures created for a Berlin Wall diarama in the 1st Cav. Museum were as complete as they were realistic. Their re a to r Lt. Col. Robert C. Martinez scored the highest for MOS testing in the 502nd MP Co. for two consecutive years. artinez was tested for knowledge in the MOS 95B40 military Policeman and his score of 138 points made him eligible to receive proficiency pay of $50.00. a rtin lain is methods an reaso for studying for the MOS test and why it is important for all soldiers to make a passing grade. In addition to using the MOS study guide" told Mar- tinez “I studied from Army a a ls in erso al library.” Martinez’s library is one to be envied. In his library he as 100 books and manuals which he obtai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Four-A Cleaning up back yard mark of true professional In this week’s Speaking Out column the question was asked: Who’s responsibility is it to make correc- tions in a soldier’s appearance or conduct? The general feeling was that the responsibility fell on the shoulders of that individual’s superior. Nay nay verily I say unto you The Secretary of the Army explained many times that under the new all-volunteer army concept the Army of today would be made up of a smaller highly trained force of “professional soldiers.” Web- ster states that a professional is a person who “is engaged in or worthy of high standards of a profession.” In order to reach this high standard it will have to be the responsibility of every GI from E-l to 0-9 to work toward improving the standard that now exists. For many years it has been assumed by recruits that it was the obligation of the higher ranking enlisteds and officers alone to make uniform ap- pearance or conduct corrections on those soldiers *. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Friday February 15 1974 In the military the efforts of many people with impor- tant but ordinary everyday jobs often go unnoticed. The First Team’s Div. Ar- ty. recently recognized the ef- forts of III Corps Range Division with the presen- tation of a plaque to the range division commander Lt. Col. Thomas A. Tullar. “To us range control may be just another voice on the radio” stated Cpt. George C. Coburn Div. Arty training officer. But that trained operator on the other end is vital to the successful and safe completion of all our firing missions. When a unit enters a range the co an er contacts range control. Either Lt. Col. Tullar the range officer or Cpt. ert N. Rochell assistant range officer radios the exact coordinates and boundaries of the target im- pact area. In many cases firing already in progress is halted so another unit can make their way safely to their range. A safety officer makes safety inspections checking for violations insuring that firing is within designated l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Six-A /3# spT I* Ci CG’s Proclamation WHEREAS: The Boy Scouts of America the nation’s largest youth organization is a partner with over 100000 other organizations offering a program of character development citizenship training and men- tal and physical fitness and WHEREAS: Through Scouting more than 1.5 million adults now give dedicated volunteer service to approximately 5 million boys and young adults who are an important contribution to our nation’s future: and RESOLVED: That I Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. in recognition of achievements in our respective military community at Fort Hood do hereby proclaim the month of February in the year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Seventy Four as SCOUT MONTH. Done this fifth day of February Nineteen Hundred and Seventy Four. Scouting is great In recognition of the Boy Scouts of America 64th an- niversary this month Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. post commander signed a proclamation last week in his offic a in a February will be officia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Sw Friday February 15 1974 Meat with Vegetable Soup 3 lb. soup bones 1 quarts water Vi cup chopped onion 1 cup canned tomatoes cup diced carrots Vi cup diced turnips 1 cup diced potatoes salt and pepper Simmer bones in water un- til eat falls from them about 3 hours. Remove bones. Add tale and sa lt. Cook slowly until vegetables are tender about 40 minutes. Season with pepper and more salt if needed. NOTE: Shank and neck are good cuts to use for soup. Louisiana Get-together 1 lb. hamburger y2 onion chopped 2 chopped green pepper 1 cup uncooked macaroni 1 can tomato soup cup cubed cheese salt and pepper Brown beef and onions. Cook macaroni separately. Com bine all in red ien ts. Bake a 350 degees until cheese melts. Muffins 1 egg beaten 4 salad oil 2 cups flour 1 cup milk 4 sugar 3 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. salt Mix all ingredients together until flour is moistened. Bat- ter will still be lumpy. Fill muffin cups full. Bake 20 to 30 minutes at 400 degrees. Potato Liver Loaf 1 lb- Uver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

f"*'1 -1■.* Page Eight-A A*': r# ?$ v»«" '*. F'-Sf- A **. p% E: k. fa. f*. fa.* fa. *.* **■. *r ». fa fa. & *»'. »*•. p* E- 4. *=. DIALING FOR A DIRECT HIT—Two Huey pilots from “D” Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. get ready to swerve past a group of silhouette targets during the BIG SHOOTOUT IN THE SKY Spec. 5 George Dragoon “D” Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. takes careful aim wun ms M23 machine gun as his Huey hovers 80 feet etreat ceremony was held tre a cerem ies are traditionally held at HOW Field but last week in the closer confines of urba Gy m 2nd A rm ored! ivision hel its weekly retreat ceremony on Feb. 7. Thursday’s ceremony was an NCO retreat with 1st Sgt. HHB L. Ramos A Btry. C.R. Hen- dren Btry. G.A. Stephens a S E S Burkes Btry. among those in attendance. Words of appreciation were voiced to aster Sgt. Tabor and Sfc. S tro from the recruiting station in Lansing Michigan and Sfc. Clark and S S A re ru itin ta tio in Hot Springs A rkansas for their assistance in recruiting per- sonn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Friday February 15 1974 wm REPAIRING CHINOOKS Four mechanics (engine fitters) from the Royal Australian Air Force visiting “D” Co. 227th Avn. Bn. are repairing and By JOHN McMULLEN Seven members of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) will conclude four weeks of on-the-job training with the 1st Cav. Div. next week. The Australian mechanics (engine fitters) have been learning the mechanics of the Chinook CH-47 helicopter with “D” Co. 227th Avn. Bn. The visitors were sent to the United States along with 36 other men from the Royal 'Australian Air Force to receive “hands on” training -after the AAF’s recent pur- chase of twelve Chinook helicopters from the U.S. “At home we just don’t |fhave the training aids like |jlthe dismantled engines we have trained on here with the 227th Avn. Bn.” stated LAC (E-6) Kevin Burton an eight year veteran of the RAAF. “The mechanical training and valuable technical knowledge gained while working here is great!” He explained that while the Australians t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Ten-A jArmy Community Service (jgkCS) a ale a in program for preschool age qpildren who are physically emotionally handicapped. jThe classes which are con- cocted in Bldg. 4820 are small so that each child receives the individual atten- tfn necessary to overcome or her particular learning an ic a The learn in {(ogress of each child is monitored by an ACS volun- teer who is trained and ex- perienced in working with the handicapped. J'^Our ro ram accepts A ic ally an icap ed children” states Mrs. Debbie SSfjrague ire to of the ^hool. But our schedule does not include physical tfaeYapy. here are other {fograms to handle this need. Ijjrimarily we are concerned vath their learning problems problems encountered in their adjustment to the school environment.” 3Mrs. Sprague went on to eSplain that any child who is sat apart from other children t* a ta physical disadvantage is a good can- didate for ACS preschool. “Many of our children have perception problem s. Some hjave speech ifficu...

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

f* |\'.i MZtj*'. :-\ !Sb*®y February 15 1974 The nation and the Army be steeped in tradition and tr a itio ay ean rigidity but to the 27th Finance Co. tradition is ‘to change with the tim es’. To tea a ilia phrase” said 2nd Lt. Edgar L. Benjamin 13th Spt. Bde. finance officer our slogan WE WORK FRIENDLY has been exp an ed to include ‘Service you can trust’.” ‘‘It is a fact” he explains “that a finance unit has the respon- sibility of. providing the best financial service possible”. Benjamin feels finance has "traveled far since the days of the cash payment ra Today “thanks to the com- puters and better training for all finance personnel the pay service has im proved” He feels much of the credit for accuracy lies with the cen- tralized system of automation know as JU S (Jo in h' if it a a System). On the 13th Spt. Bde. level the 27th Finance Co. com- manded by Cpt. Daniel W. I Sullivan provides financial service to all in the brigade no iv is a units and Headquarters III Corps. This ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 15 February 1974

Page Twelve-A V* r*' As winter progresses the hazard of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning continues to be a possible problem in eh icles an hom es. The N ational S afety Council’s most recent statistics reveal that over 1100 persons died of gas poisoning in 1972. In the majority of these cases car- bon id as th culprit. In to avid the chance of being overcome by carbon onoxide certain precautions should be taken. th to ris t this would consist of a complete check of their car’s exhaust system for leaks. When in congested tr a ic rivers should also be alert to the it a monoxide en terin through their car’s intake system. A slightly open window will Girl Scout day cam Day Camp for a Hood Girl Scouts this year will be the first week of June. The camp will be held at Camp Finlayson and transportation will be provided from Ft. Hood. Planning is well under- way and it should be a fun time for all. There will be many crafts and activities for the girls. There is a great need for volunteers to...

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