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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Page Four TOWXSEND FIELD ALICE GORMUEY 122 East 42nd Street I'nbUsheo In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statements rcflecte In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers And under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisement!! in this nnblication do not criastltate aa endorsement by the DcpartJneni of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized to reprint nou-copyrirhted AFPS material withoat written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas Subscription off post. $3-00 per year: $1.00 for three months. Distribution on P...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Thursday June 9 1955 41 S JtadiM *)JwupA--l}ouih AROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT The 112th Armored Cavalry Reg­ iment of the Texas National Guard are in summer training at North or E in he week's outing with their dads are some fourteen boys ranging in ages from 10 to 14 years. Their purpose in camp is to see some of the training equipment camp life and to swim. John Little Jim McCrory and Paul Sutton are act­ ing as counselors for this group of boys. Mrs. Koops the wife of Lt. Col. Fred Koops and their daughter Shirley have moved to Fort Hood from Jackson Miss. They are liv­ ing at 210 Central Avenue. Shirley is a junior'student at Baylor Uni- Tickets For Detective Story Go On Sale 5? The producer feels that the play is the thing" when tickets for the play arrive from the printers and are placed on sale. And so it is with the Fort Hood Little The­ ater's opening play Sidney Kings- ley's Broadway hit "Detective Story." It is a play based on a day in the life and labors in a New York...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Page Six Darty Retains Championship Edward Fisher of the Fourth mm Armored Division's 51st AIB took away the middleweight crown from former champion Elijah Muri'ay of the 1st Tank Battalion in the weekly program held Sunday at Sports Arena No. 1. Fisher a native of Brooklyn N. Y. met Murray for the second time in a championship bout. After dropping a split decision during he os ox in to am a March he stepped into the ring last Sunday and fought his way to the crown in one of the toughest fights of recent months held in the Fort Hood boxing arena. Both gladiators fought impres­ sively but the constant pressure applied by Fisher upon his oppo­ nent gave him the nod of the judges. Murray who represented or in he A championship and finished as run­ ner-up at Fort Sill Oklahoma site of the 4th Army tournament de­ fended his title well enough to win any normal match but he found a determined battler fighting one of his best bouts in his short ama­ teur boxing career. In the other champion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Thursday June 9 1955 Fourth Army riflemen are opti­ mistic over their chances in the All Army matches at Fort Ben- ning Ga. June 12-18 following their showing in the Texas State High Power Rifle Matches con­ ducted at Brownwood Tex. over the Memorial Day weekend. In their invasion of Brownwood A if a four individual trophies one team trophy and 48 individual medals. Top performer for the Army in the state shoot was SFC John D. Martin assigned to the ROTC Ar­ an as won three individual trophy match­ es and 13 medals. Sgt. Harlan V. Rennolds of Fort Bliss Tex. an­ nexed the fourth individual trophy match for the Fourth Army and the Fourth Army "Red" team took first place. SFC Martin in taking the Far- ren Brothers Trophy match con­ sisting of 2 shots standing at 200 yards fired a score of 92-3v's out of a possible 100. Winning the rapid fire Bausch & Lomb Trophy match he finished with 99-llv's 100. His third victory was in the El Paso Trophy Match which was for ag­ gregate score i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Page EigRf Announcing the... YOUR AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER IN KILLEEN mmmm W X 'yf*S WMW/& mmmm YOUNG MOTOR CO. NEW AND USED CAR SHOWPLACE Our factory trained mechanics and sales personnel are all experts in their field. Let them show you why Chrysler and Plymouth scries and service can't be beat. ALSO SEE CARS ON OUR OTHER TWO LOTS GENERAL BRUCE DRIVE IN TEMPLE —HI6HWAY190 KILLEEN ANNOUNCING SEVEN DAYS OF THE BIGGEST SAVINGS IN AUTOMOBILE HISTORY VE ON USED CARS UP TO $500 Have A Tremendous Stock On Hand Just For This Opening Our Finance Rates Are 6% No More Overseas Financing Available THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS of YOUNG MOTOR COMPANY SATURDAY. JUNE 11th HIGHWAY 190 KILLEEN YOUNG MOTOR CO HIGHWAY 190 YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE KILLEEN Sv v.v:-xvx« PLYMOUTH America's Most Beautiful Car up to savings for the first seven days we are open CHRYSLER with the 100 million dollar look up to $800 savings for the first seven days w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Thursday June 9 1955 «rs. NCO Wives Have Business Meeting The NCO Wives club held a busi Ps meeting last Thursday with Thomas Muston presiding. On Tuesday June 7 the NCO Wives club entertained with a Bingo party in one of the hospital wards. Volunteering to bake cakes for the party were Mesdames Paul Arms Emil on a 1 William Rowe and Harold Cock- rell. Assisting at the party were am a a E on a W a Rowe Alva Reams Harold Cock- rell and Charles Hurt. Mesdames Delmar Clark Glenn Betts Thomas Muston Emil Don- oval and Cecil Simmons volunteer­ ed to work at the blood bank on Tuesday 14 June. Mrs. Thomas Muston was chosen to head the club again in an elec tion of new officers who will be in stalled at the first meeting July. The Vice-President will be Mrs. Cecil Simmons the Secretary Mrs. Herbert Way and the Treas- ui'er Mrs. Harold Cockrell. The club welcomed as new mem bers Mesdames Rolland Carter and Jack Colclasure. Guests were Mes dames Robert Lawrence and John Sheppard. Hostesses fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Page Ten (/. WE FINANCE Phone 2881 $ THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS (2) 1953 FORDS 1395 CONVERTIBLES HAVE EVERYTHING 1954 DODGE 1595 FOUR DOOR LOADED (2) 1952 FORDS 1195 VICTORIAS LIKE NEW 1953 PONTIAC 1295 4 DOOR ONE OWNER 1953 FORD 1395 RANCHWAGON 1951 FORD 795 RANCH WAGON LOADED LIKE NEW 1951 NASH '595 FOUR DOOR ONE OWHER 1951 BUICK 795 FOUR DOOR VERY CLEAN TRADE HERE! BATES & FOGLE AUTO SALES KILLEEN NEW AND USED CARS SIART 0 SUMMER There's a Hit Parade of values now at Bates & Fogle. Tremendous sav­ ings on all the cars on our lot. You'd better take advantage of them now. Each Each 954 FORD OVER 75 CARS HAVE TO GO! COME AAAKE US AN OFFER„... OUR CARS ARE THE BEST DONT TRADE OR BUY UNTIL YOU SEE US 1949 BUICKS *295 951 FORD TUDOR *595 954 FORD 1495 THE BEST FORDOR CLEAH 954 FORD 1295 TUDOR NO MORE LIKE IT 950 FORD '395 FORDOR 954 CHEVROLET 1695 BELAIRE 954 CHEVROLET 1595 CONVERTIBLE "RED" LOADED 951 CHEVROLET 795 FOUR DOOR ONE OWNER Thursday June 9 1955 Each 1395 I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Thursday June 9 1955 OR GREY. 1404 WEST ADAMS ON HIWAY 190 & 36 M-SGT. THOMAS J. GOSSETT (extreme right) of the 4005th SU Medical Detachment (Dental Service) is congratulated upon his re­ tirement from the Army after 20 years service by Lt. Col. Robert L. Whitfield (extreme left) deputy hospital commander. Looking on are Capt. Gene A. Kieffer (left) assistant executive officer and 1st Lt. A. W. Kirchoff acting dental surgeon. The 39-year-old Ser­ geant plans to make Lithonia Ga» his home. (U.S. Army Photo by Treadway) There's nothing 7 PIECE CHROME DINETTE EXACTLY AS SHOWN £S 50 million times a day at home at work or on the way 1. Bright bracing taste .. ever-fresh and sparkling. 2. A welcome bit of quick energy .. brings you back refreshed. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY OCA COLA BOTTLING CO. "Cok«" it a rvgistarod trade-mark. 1955. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY LARGE SIZE TABLE 36 48 60". 5 SIDE-CHAIRS AND 1 nn|v HOST ARM CHAIR. CHOICE OF GREEN—RED—YELLOW OPEN TON...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Page Twelve Whether it's a huge two-yard shovel or a towering fifty-ton crane needing a overhaul or a complex sniperscope suffering from a case of electronic jitters the 578th Engineer Field Mainte­ nance company which is attach ed to the 35th Enginer group is ready and willing to repair the many kinds of equipment used by engineer troops at Fort Hood. Equipped with well over a quar­ ter of a million dollars worth of machinery to do their job the men of the 578th have repaired millions of dollars worth of "deadlined" equipment for the 35th Engineer Group and the 16th Armored In­ fantry Battalion since coming to Fort Hood nearly two years ago. Last week's inventory of equip­ ment being repaired by the 578th is a good index of the magnitude of their yearly operations. At that time the mechanics machinists welders sheet metal workers and electricians of the company were working on engineer equipment valued at $750000 in their big shop located near the familiar concrete water tower at t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

-1 I a Thursday June 9 1955 '.Mla Complete 8-Piece Bedroom Outfit 219.95 Value 3 Pc. Matching Blond Bedroom Suite Double Dresser Chest and Bookcase Bed Full Size Innerspring Mattress Full Size Matching Box Springs 2-Feather Pillows Plus Lamp for Dresser Sold Seperately Now for Only 165.00 fREE STORAGE UNTIL YOU'RE READY FOR DELIVERY SAME 3 ROOM GROUP ALSO AVAILABLE AT 399 Oft 00 Without Gas Range And Refrigerator MODERN ROOMS JUNE B&CE OUTFIT YOURS COMPUTE THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS HIGHWAY 190 AT COLLEGE STREET KILLEEN 7* INCLUDING FRIGIDAIRE Refrigerator and Full Size Gas Range Modern 8-Piece Living Room Set '219.95 Value 2 Pc. Simmons Sofa Bed Suite 2 Oak Step or End Tables 1 Matching Oak Coffee Table 2 Modern Table Lamps 1 Quality Bigelow Throw Rug A COMPLETE LIVING ROOM SOLD SEPARATELY Now for Only 165.00 EASY TERMS AVAILABLE ANY ROOM GROUP MAY BE BOUGHT SEPARATELY 8-Piece Kitchen Includes Range and Frigidaire Refrigerator 5-Pc. Dinette Suite Plastic Table Top and...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

F?v A general order in 1918 official­ ly made athletics a recognized Army activity WE AIM TO 6ET THESE CARS ON THE ROAD! Four 1954 FORDS Fordor and Tudor 1953 FORD Tudor with heater very clean 1951 CHEVROLET Two door Styieline with radio and heater clean The supply department at Ala­ meda NAS Calif. has a stock of 20000 items GREAT SAVINGS On Your Optical PRESCRIPTIONS OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE EENT BLDG. STATION HOSP. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:00 TO 4:00 JjL&ete Vacationers are on the move—and we want to move these cars!! We're out to clear the lot to get these barely-used cars on the highways where they belong. ... Come in today for a beauty of a buy and enjoy your vacation more! CHECK OUR BIG SUMMER DISCOUNTS 895 595 AUTHORIZED FORD SALES & SERVICE—COMPLETE ROOT & ENfilNE REPAIR A RETIREMENT formation honoring M-Sgt. Walter Burton (right) a veteran of over 30 years' Army service was held at the 4005th Enlistment Detachment last week. Sergeant Burton and Lit. Col. Wil...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Thursday June 9 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1S61 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple Texas First iN'at'J Bids. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Attorney oi' Law Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4591 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorney o£ Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone .'5881 ANNOUNCEMENT DINING DANCING AMU* LOST & FOUND B-8 LOST: BLACK BALLET SLIPPERS some­ where on post. Call Killeen 15241 if you find. LOST MAN'S WALLET. PER- IFiMUSTTOONLYBROWNOF k.MIT APPLY FOR DRIVERS LI- •CENSE ITEM IMPORTANCE HAVE IT!! James W. Schlotz- haucr. 276 No. 6. McNair Village. Ph. 39293. RENTALS APARTMENTS FURNISHED Baker Baker Drug. Copperas Cove. Texas LARGE FOUR ROOM FURNISHED apart- ment. Private bath front and back entrances. South exposure and plenty cool. Prefer officer for more perma­ nency. S70 month. Contact W. T. Dan- forth at Temple police station. HI-VUE MOTEL Belton Boulevard. Modern cabi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 9 June 1955

Page Sixteen y&Z. 1 s* A Open Until 9 P. M. 7 Days A Week wmi K"//sv WHAT BETTER GIFT FOR FATHER'S DAY THAN A AND FINANCE IT New Officers... NO DOWN PAYMENT -w* THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS WE WILL NOT BE OUT-TRADED OR UNDERSOLD WE FINANCE ALL RANKS mm v"V" BELTON. TEXAS I AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER ED CANTRELL MOTOR CO.. INC NEW 1955 FORD FROM ED CANTRELL BUY HIM A NEW FORD OVERSEAS FINANCING AVAILABLE LIVE LIKE A KING IN A NEW 1955 FORD FROM BELOW BANK RATES 121 North Main Phone 61 100 CLEAN USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 1955 FORD Custom V-8 Tudor. Radio heater XT $400 1954 FORD Down Tudor V-8 ^300 D°wn One Owner.... $55 Month 1954 FORD Country sedan. 8 Passenger Fully Equipped QlIU Down 1953 OLDSMOBILE 500 Holiday 88. Fully Equipped. Down 1951 FORD V-8 with heater and A A overdrive. Extra clean. 4Vv Down USED CAR LOT LOCATED KILLEEN HWY AT THE CIRCLE PHONE 726 Thursday June 9 1955 KILLEEN HIGHWAY AT THE CIRCLE PHONE 726 I K»

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

VOL. 9 No. 24 35th Engineer Men Supports ays The unils which operate behind- the-scenes contribute much to the success of impressive demonstra­ tions such as those put on by the First and Fourth Armored Di­ visions for the recent Fort Hood Visit of Mexican officers. Too often these units receive little recognition for Iheir efforts which are often a deciding factor ^n the success of the displays ex- (ibitions and demonstrations. Such a unit is the 35th Engineer Group which furnished engineering equipment and prepared a heli­ port access road messing areo and parking lot for the recent visit of the Mexican officers. Other support given by the 35t'n consisted of furnishing 5-on trac­ tors and trailers 1o transport heavy equipment of the 24th AEB of their bridge site. They also con­ tributed an asphalt distributor to spread oil at the tank cable car firing range. Division Review Honors 4th AD And Gen. Trapnell Men of the Fourth Armored Di-today for his new command the visi el at he an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Page Two The 180th Birthday of the Army was observed Tuesday with a pa­ rade by the 53rd Signal Battalion. Music was by. the First Armored iv is on an a official Army march during the ceremony. The resolution of the Continental The new service will work as follows: A certified mail coupon will be available at any post of­ fice counter. The patron fills in the name of the addressee on the stub of the coupon. If the sender wishes a certificate of mailing he must take the coupon to a post office window clerk who will stamp his postmark on the coupon de­ tach a ed label entitled 53rd Signal Parade Honors 180th Birthday Of Army Congress establishing the Army was read by the adjutant and five National Defense Service Medals and one Commendation Ribbon were awarded to Fort Hood en­ listed men. M-Sgt. William R. Hamilton Company A 53rd Signal Battalion was awarded the Com- A PLATOON OF TANKS FROM THE FIRST ARMORED Divi­ sion's First Tank Battalion thunders across a widened steel tread- way ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Thursday June 16 1955 Ml JO A Reveals Contest For Army Song Lyrics The Department of the Army is And to build the Nation's might conducting a contest to secure lyrics for the "Caisson Song" which is being favorably consid­ ered as the Official Army March. Sponsoi'ed locally by Special Services the contest will be open to all Fort Hood enlisted men and of on an prizes will be awarded for the most outstanding entries. Writers may begin work imme­ diately on possible lyrics which are to be submitted to the Special Services Entertainmen5 and Mu­ sical Officer. Entry blanks will be available at service clubs from July 20 to 12 noon August 4 the deadline for the submission of en­ tries. Judging will take place dur­ ing the week of August 4. All servicemen are urged to sub­ mit lyrics concerning the entire Army with no reference to indi­ vidual units. The first and second verses for example should por­ tray the significant battles of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars and be followed by a ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Page Four TOWNSEJfD FIELD ALICE GORMTJ5Y inn RA«t 42nd Street Queen Elizabeth II opened the new parliament with a speech pledging the government to con­ tinue to work in close accord with the United States. At the same time the queen said: "My gov­ ernment looks forward in a spirit of confidence and goodwill to fruit­ ful negotiations with the govern­ ment of the Soviet Union. There was much optimism in the international news during the 8•(a) Name Location of Car. it Pnblisheu in the Interest of the military uo clTlllan pemoline! mt Fort Hm Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Compaay. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemenrs reflecte. in the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under nc circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not const!tate an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Thursday June 16 1955 Speaking of buying what does a good collie pup cost? That is the question Lt. Col. and Mrs. D. T. Fogarty are asking. They have a collie pup sent them by a good collie breeder. The pup arrived the bill did not. The collie has made himself a place in the Fog­ arty home but they do not know what he will cost them. 3^v & & J' WANT HER TO KNOW YOUR LOVE IS WITH HER TOO? A tadisA ~§)wupA—rlfoidk AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLED FOR AS LOW AS Belton Phone *s Vl:- GIRL SCOUTS SET UP THEIR OWN CAMP for cooking during: the week they spent at Moonraker. This picture shows Troops 6 and 11 the sixth grade group under the leadership of Mrs. H. M. Buchan and PFC Frakes. Other Troop leaders include Mrs. Elaine Reed Given Nelson Robert AI- lgeier Miss Nancy Bischler Mrs. O. J. Sanders Dorothy Daniels Sgt. Winifred Puccio PFC Teach- out and Cpl. Fedricks. (U.S. Army Photo) BROWNIE SCOUTS JOIN TOGETHER EVERY MORNING at Day Camp for the flag ceremony and get acquainted songs. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Page Six Pillow & Liechti Fan 15 Men Each By EMILIO A KM OX A The Fourth Armored Division's 24th Armored Engineer Battalion defeated the 27th Armored Field Artillery Battalion of the 1st Ar­ mored Division 1-0 to cop the Post Softball crown in the final game of the Fort Hood tournament a a el a night. The tense game was one of the most exciting played at Fort Hood in recent years. The 24th AEB opened hostilities with Honore striking out. Hendrix hit a hard grounder to Barwood 27th AFA short stop who missed the ball for the first of two er­ rors made by the losers. Hendrix stole second and Field received a walk. A wild pitch sent Hendrix to third base and another stolen base put Field on second. Then Pillow the 24th AEB pitcher won his own Three Title Bouts Set For Sunday Fights Three championship bouts are on tap for Sunday's boxing program at Sports Arena No. 1. Edward Fisher of 51st AIB will defend hi middleweight crown against Charles Brown of the 2nd AAA. On the same program...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 16 June 1955

Thursday June 16 1955 By NAT DELL "FORT HOOD CONTROL TOWER—this is Army Beaver No. 12358 requesting permission to take off my destination is a flight through the history of army aviation my crew Lt. Col. Jack Blohn senior army pilot Capt. George Burton senior army pilot co-pilot Capt. Richard E. Brown senior army pilot naviga­ tor Over." "Army Beaver 12358 this is Fort Hood Control ... the date is June 6 thirteen years since the beginning of army aviation in 1942 your flight number is 1942-55-13 follow local traffic regulations until you clear this control zone you are cleared for take-off over." This is Army Beaver 12358 roger wilco out." We circle the field and head into the history of' army aviation. As we take our heading into his­ tory we see many changes in army aviation. This L-20 Beaver we are flying marks many changes in concepts and many im­ provements in earlier army air- aft. Prior to WW II air obser- tion was furnished by the Air Corps. Many officers in the ground force...

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