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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Page Twenty BUSINESS SERVICES 'B 'king Tax Service 031 ♦SCHIRM ER INCOME TAX SERVICE Your Home-Our Office $5 Up Daily 9-9 appointm ent. Call arrv Schirm er (USA Ret) 634-0885. (4-4) Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV ‘Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built- in Antena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selec- tion fro O ur Large Stock. monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est Rancier Ave. illeen................................................634-4742 (tfn) Misc. Services 063 PATS J: COIN SHOP COINS STAMPS SUPPLIES AND METAL DETECTORS 8TH ST. KILLEEN 526-5584 -c LIQUID EMBROIDERY is flow in Comanche Village. Learn a re- warding hobby. Call 532-6528. *. (4-4) Coins & Supplies Authentic Indian Jew elry (N avaio Hopi Zuni Santo Domingo) HUNTLEY'S COIN GALLERY A cross From McDonald's On Rancier REAL ESTATE City Property 090 Your Home Will Sell Better When It Is A PALACE GUARDED HOME « Because Buyers Want No Cost Repair or eplacem ent Protection EMPLOYMENT Mal...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

Friday April 4 1975 a nmm it** & io*t «iTW mcrxmt I 8 GOTCHA Sergeant first class Lloyd E. Hazelroth of the TATT checks the antifreeze of a 163rd MI Bn. 114- ton truck during a roadside inspection. The truck failed by one point receiving only 69 per cent of a 100 per cent scale preventative maintenance would have made the difference. (Photo by G. Herbst) CHECK YOUR OIL? Staff sergeant Lloyd E. Hazelroth of the 13th COSCOM TATT inspects a half-ton pickup truck from the TMP during a roadside spot waking pictures is more than a hobby for e” admits Spec. 5 John A. Tyler a recent entrant in the Ft. Hood portion of th A rm ed Forces-w ide Photo contest. Having more camera equipment and spend- ing ore tim on taking pic- tures than the average camera bug with him. it’s a principle past tim e.” Recently as he prefers to be called submitted four still photographs in the post com petition. Of the four two placed. His subjects for the 1 inning en trie included a close-up of a guitarist in a...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 April 1975

*'Page Twenty-Two 3 2 O UJ a* O IL 2 a Reg. $18.88 (12 Noon- 12 Midngiht) NOW Top two NCO OF THE QUARTER Not only is Sgt. Michael Moser of HHC 1st Bn. 50th (Mech) Inf. the 2nd Armd. Div. Soldier of the Quarter but he was recently named the III Corps Soldier of the Quarter as well. ACADEMY SURPLUS 'The Most Interesting Store In The Southwest" LEVI JEANS LEVI Blue Denim Ja ts SPIN THE WHEEL FOR TELEVISION 2 4 MISCUITS 5 9 ★VINYL SHIELD PANELLING................* 2 88 ★TILE WE CARRY: 1x12' 1 x4's 2x6's 2x4's Plyboard Panelling Nails & Floor Tile I I I (12 Noon-12 idnight) No. 501 & 505 (12 Noon-12 Midnight) Two 2nd Armd. Div. soldiers were presented awards Mon- day morning for being named the III Corps Soldier of the Quarter and III Corps NCO of the Quarter. Lieutenant General Robert M. Shoemaker III Corps and Ft. Hood commander present- ed Spec. 4 Joe Conlon and Sgt. Michael Moser each with a savings bond wristwatch and certificate of achievement in ceremonies held in the offi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

VOL. 34 NO. 5 Ji­ lt INSIDE Corps Gallant Shield rabies warning A rabies epidemic is underway in the Ft. Bliss and El Paso area. Gallant Shield ‘75 participants from Ft. Hood are advised not to “try to capture the wildlife.” Other natural hazards are also discussed. Read about the problem on page 2. New chief of staff welcomed A formal welcoming ceremony was conducted earlier this week for Brig. Gen. John G. Hill Jr. The general will assume the post of III Corps and Ft. Hood chief of staff later this month. Read about the new general on page 12. Air Force at Hood Air Force Liaison Office provide both tactical opera- tion and classroom instruction to Army units on-post. They comprise a highly qualified team which advises and assists ground commanders in the employment of tac- tical air power. Read about the Air Force team on page 13. 11st Cav. Div. CARCAV testing concluded The Conceptual Armored Platoon (CARCAV) con- cluded a lengthy period of intense tactical maneuvering. The tests ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Page Two ALL SYSTEMS ARE GO Members of the 13th COSCOM’s Technical Assistance Training Team (TATT) conducted Serviceability and Safety Inspection on all Ft. Hood vehicles committed to the Gallant Shield 75 exercise at Ft. Bliss. The t. Hoo so particip atin in exercise Gallant Shield ’75 are being af- forded advanced notice of the a at of a rabi es Vi epidemic in the Ft. Bliss and C'El Paso area and are being .strongly advised not to “try to capture the wildlife.” In a realease from the Public Affairs Office Head- quarters U.S. Readiness Com- *"mand troops were warned of the epidemic and requested to avoid contact with possibly in- fected animals. I Rabies infection can be fatal to man if not treated by a I- physician the statement in- itia te by Ft. Bliss officials .•said. Unattended domestic animals such as cats and dogs have been found to be rabid and should be avoided. Wildlife such as bats I skunks and coyotes are fre- quent carriers of rabies. A rabid animal may look dead but “...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Friday April 11 1975 AWAITING YOUR TURN The stillness of the afternoon is suddenly broken by the sound of gunfire. Record-fire has begun. Sergeant Farias waits his turn at the targets. “Usually we pull maintenance on THE MOMEMT OF TRUTH—Sergeant Farias acts as scorer for a fellow soldier and waits for his turn in the foxhole. When the annual qualification firings had con- cluded it was shown the battery had passed. These men Practical and actual exercises over After having endured many Weeks of actual and practical exercises the men of 2nd Bde. involved in the CARCAV test afe glad to call the barracks *home.” '"The Conceptual Armored rPlatoon (CARCAV) recently concluded a lengthy period of intense tactical maneuvering. £ARCAV was conducted with three major test aims. They $sere conceptual arm red cavalry platoons agressor fo rc es and control ea quarters. ’The purpose of the CARCAV test was to evaluate the con- oeptual armored cavalry pla- yjon during the conduct of de- Iqy flank gu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Page Four Lt. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker Commanding General III Corps and Ft. Hood Careless discourteous auto drivers chastised From time to time this space is utilized to chide and chastise the wreckless careless and downright dis- courteous military and civilian drivers that might be en- countered on any given morning or afternoon by other motorists as they approach or leave Ft. Hood. Approaching Ft. Hood from the west would be pro- fessionals in the destruction derby game are seen to bypass the Clear Creek Road exit ramp off Highway 190 and move in an easterly direction to a point just east of the old west gate entrance now closed to traffic entering from the west. The individual driving the errant auto then slows down to a crawl thus jamming traffic behind him scopes the area for Department of Public Safety vehicles and then sneaks his car across the gravel median and onto the west bound lanes of Highway 190. Pulling slowly into the path of oncoming cars and quickly establishing h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Friday April 11 1975 Part of in-processing I BY ANITA ASHBALGH Upon anew soldiers’ arrival to the 2nd Armd. Div. his schedule is crammed with a myriad of chores. Among those things which keep his first few weeks hectic are finance appointments educa- tion briefings and dental classes. Another in his long list of “things to do” is a trip to the division’s Central Issue Facili- ty (CIF) to receive that cum- bersome but ever-necessary TA-50. Thanks to the combined ef- forts of members of the division’s 502nd S and Bn. and the 17th Eng. Bn. gather- ing one’s TA-50 is now much less time-consuming than before. After extensive re- modeling in the CIF building the division’s new soldiers can now be issued their TA-50 with the swiftness and ease that was once only the dream of their predecessors. The new set-up not only speeds up the time anew soldier must spend collecting and checking his assigned field gear but it makes the whole process much more efficient The Army gets better 4 every tim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

HOT •j- 2 AD HQS. fcThe 2nd Armd. Div. Hqs. of- Jeer s’ wives recently met at the Hideaway Club on Ft. Hood fjr A ril ffe Hostesses were the wives of tie G-l section UOC Finance fjrovost Marshall Hqs. Com- mandant and the Chaplain’s Qffice. :Dan Manfull of the Killeen Qhamber of Commerce (KCC) was the guest speaker. Man- fu discussed the role the Busi- ribss Relations Council of the I&TC plays in solving the pro- blems between businesses and military customers. jl'F ew ers ere W elcom ed including rs. *arry Brurik Mrs. Donald E. £ckelburger Mrs. William W. tirling and Mrs. William F. finzurk. Mrs. Gerald Gib- _~.is Mrs. Steven R. Kirchoff J$nd Mrs. Grant R. Woodbury Jaach received 2nd Armd. Div. J^iarms as departing gifts. The ladies were reminded of ^upcoming events including the i»WC Art Auction May 2 and ie cookie bake for the chapel !jt|ayrooms the same day. Mrs. Richard Cardillo 2nd i^rmd. Div. Commissary Ad- visory Council representative *gave a commissary report and A sw ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Friday April 11. 1975 Alumni club I offers two scholarships Two college scholarship funds in the amount of $300 have been announced by the Killeen Area Alumni Club of air ie View A. and M. University. The scholarships are de- signed to provide financial as- sistance to a graduating senior of high schools in Killeen Cop- peras Cove Temple or Belton. riteria for eligibility in- clude enrollment as a full time student at the university an academic average of 80 in the high school graduating class and a good high sch citizenship record. Information and application fqrm for the scholarships ay be ta in a th counselor’s office at each of the high schools or by calling Mrs. Wilkerson in Killeen at 5 2 6 -4 9 1 0 S la rs ip itte Killeen Area rairie View Alumni Club P.O. Box 1269 Killeen Tex. 76541. The deadline for submitting applications is April 30. 2ND BN. 7TH CAV. Strains of “Rock Around the lo a ‘‘S ’boom Sh’boom sounded from the West Ft. Hood Officers’ Club when the 2nd Bn. 7th Cav. h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Pago Eight Bell Falls gets water thru Army A small Texas town’s cry for relief assistance was answered by the 418th Trans. Co. who represented Ft. Hood. Last Friday a water main break in Bell Falls located about 50 miles away resulted in the un- it hauling 20 thousand gallons of water to the town. According to the company a Cpt Graham “The operations sec- tion of the 13th COSCOM notified our battalion (180th Trans. Bn.) of the rising pro- blem in Bell Falls late Friday afternoon and told us to stand-by.” By 5:30 that evening we had received the word to go” continued Sfc. Clifford Hayter one of the NCOs in charge of the group. Filling up our four 5 thousand gallon capacity tankers on-post we headed northward to that community northeast of Temple.” “We only had to make that one trip” stated Sfc. Ricahrd C. McMillian the other NCO in charge of the detail. Explain- ing he continued “The water we brought in was used to replenish the low supply in the storage tanks. The break in the syste...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Page Ten Yq a E S id a Ya lO sjrissom CHANGE oF COMMAND (pm3) Aw ard TANKER AWARDED The crew of Tank No. 32 “B” Co. 2nd Bn. 8th Cav. took time out April 3 from firing on Tank Tables VII and VIII North to honor their tank com- mander SSG. Robert C. Shivers. Lieutenant Colonel William J. W’eber battalion commander presented SSG Shivers with the Army Com- mendation Medal 2nd Oakleaf Cluster in a brief ceremony beside Tank No. 32 on the range. Staff Sergeant Shivere re- ceived the award in recogni- tion of his work as tank driver assistant tank commander and tank commander with “A” Co. 2nd Bn. 32nd Armd. Reg. in Germany from Feb. 22 1972 to Dec. 9 1974. SPECIAL PROMOTION A man managed to rise from his hospital bed April 1st and perform a feat long to be re- membered by the man he helped. rigadier General B. Hodson Jr. assistant division commander of the first team recently promoted Gary R. Moore to specialist 4 in a ceremony held on the third floor of Da el Ar my Hospital. Moore is the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Page Twelve Those educational benefits ‘your recruiter talked about before you came in the Army [are really here. Just ask Pvt. 2 ■William Millner B” Co. 17th 1 Eng. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. When the 17-year-old private came into the Army out of the eleventh rad e he ever dreamed I might be doing this a ” he said illn as am th division’s 34 soldiers who re- ceived high school diplomas from the American Prepatory Institute (API) in graduation ceremonies March 27. I only needed one-quarter of a credit to rad a te” Millner said so I took a course in accounting and one in English. I really liked the EDITOR’S NOTE: Veterans and their families are asking thousands of questions con- cerning the benefits their gov- ernment provides for them through the eterans Ad- ministration (VA). Below are some representative queries. Additional information may be obtained at any VA office. I’m an 18-year-old son of a World War II veteran who died two months ago. Am I eligible for a GI home loan from the VA? A...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Friday April 11 1975 FORGIVE US FOR BEING TRITE BUT OFF WE GO INTO THE WILD BLUE YONDER Col. Dale G. Nelson prepares to taxi his Air Force 0-2. From his ob- Hood hosts joint service effort The epartm ent of Defense is currently conducting a joint 4 service test using simulated laser guided weapons at Ft. Hood with personnel from the Army Air Force and Marine Corps. The test is the second phase of a three phase test on laser guided weapons when used in close air support of ground troops. The purpose of this phase of the test is to examine the com- a tr an unications concepts needed to lo a id weapons in an operational situation. Phase I of the test as a study of test range facilities available and their suitability for later phases. if services are involved in the S test so that they will have com- mon doctrine for the employ- The Army has been faced with a lot of shortages recent- ly mostly in manpower for certain positions. One of the areas of fastest advancement and largest op- po...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Page Fourteen SPORTS Shelby: that’s etcalf By JERRY“ PORKER” REED Shelby Metcalf was just being Shelby Metcalf. Exam ple: I knew my daughter was going to be a sports nut very early. When she was four I told her the story about nderella and when I got to the part about the pumpkin turning into a coach she asked me what his record as.” a t’s atypical Shelby etcalf rem ark. Often described as a catfish expert extraordinaire Metcalf is a top-notch after-dinner comedian. He was at it again last Monday night. The veteran Texas A&M basketball coach who’s one of only four men to win over 100 times in the Southwest Con- ference was on post as guest speaker for the annual D. Y.A. Basketball Banquet held at the Main NCO Club. I had a chance to chew the fat along with some fried chicken with Metcalf during his visit. Then I was treated to some of his witty verbaige. “Shelby” I asked what do you think about the 30 second clock in the Southwest Conference?” Without cracking a smile he replied...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Friday April 11 1975 (Track cont.) who finished approximately three-fourths of a lap behind him. Huggins’ winning time jyas 37 min. 16.8 sec. while McDermott crossed the finish line at 39 min. even. In other track events held that first day the team of Charles Garrett Anthony Hen- qessee Stanley Hankins and I ... Huggins 1 HOW unit takes cup There has always been a ■heavy emphasis placed on ac- tive athletic participation in fie 2nd Armd. Div. Recogni- tion of the effectiveness of this Emphasis was given one week ago as Lt. Gen. obert Shoemaker Comd._ Gen. Ill Corp and Ft. Hood' presented two units of the 2nd Armd. Div. with the two tops awards com- mending outstanding athletic participation. The 502nd AG Co. took the bi- annually awarded Command- ing enerals Cup (Sports Participation) for all III Corps units racking up 635 points in 4 Softball Swimming Diving and Badmitton. Major Gen. Robert L. Fair Cmdr. 2nd Armd. Div. was a so on a as Ge Shoemaker handed the award to Cpt. Roy Van...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

Page Sixtrrn Acceleration Test a Ponrt *2. (Check Pbint-Uphi)V CWHouse O vek W water Cross Check Pof/r/-{D*ylonly') as Point*! (5 irst Check Point (toy l) long Uphill- Down HP/ ($) (D ay 7 only) ow nhill oac/ Crossing l/eu iing ay 1 Qua South Poad^j This week-end. Ft. Hood will ■be the site of activities entirely ^different than the normal 'military maneuvers that take place all year. For two days a jarge portion of the reserva- tion will be the area where 'man and machine compete for honors in a sporting event the American Motorcycle Associa- tion (AMA) Two-Days Trial •The 6th Cav. Bde. (Air Com- bat) and Ft. Hood Dirt Riders Club will be the hosts and co- sponsors of this international trial qualifier event. This will be the third year in a row this event will be held at Ft. Hood. The Ft. Hood competition is one of nine such events held throughout the country which will culminate in the naming of a 43-man American Team to compete in mid-October on the Isle of Man located off the P...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 April 1975

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