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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Six-A $ fj 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. ii Miss Leslie Valz daughter of LTC and Mrs. Donald J. Valz commander of 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. was one of those honored at the University of Texas at Austin Honors Day Convocation. Miss Valz was one of 1500 juniors and seniors and chosen to receive a University Scholar Award. To obtain this award students must maintain a “B” average. Miss Valz was graduated from Killeen High School in 1973. She was a member of the National Honor Society and re- ceived a commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Program. She was one of 200 freshmen chosen for the un­ A Red Cross Volunteer Tea will be held Thursday May 8 at 1:30 p.m. at the West Ft. Hood Officer’s Club patio. This will be a combined capping a a of a ceremony. Lieutenant General Robert M. Shoemaker will be Headquarters HHT 6th Cav. Bde. (Air Cmbt) recently held a hail and farewell in the Occident Room of the Ft. Hood Officers’ Club. Colonel Charles E. Canedy 6th Cav. Bde. commander pre- sented the f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Friday. May 2 1975 TXSWfWK: a jw ■JRSS3c.'. Most soldiers in the 2nd Armd. Div. are familiar with “Iron Deuce” and "deuce-and- a-half” but there is an elite group of 2nd Armd. Div. soldiers who can tell you about the “Maroon Deuce” namely the division’s medics. T“ With the mention of these two words many medics in the 2nd Armd. Div. will either con- ju re up ictu re of hot blistered feet and two-foot- deep mud puddles or an en- joy able two-week picnic in the depending on their point of view. /3KCS&field '.mvakk* GO* What all these visions add up to is a two-week course taught at the 48th Med. Bn.’s field site. The Maroon Deuce” aims towards awarding the Expert Field Medic Badge to those who successfully com- plete the course. going out to the Maroon euce” doesn’t mean that you’ll return with the silv stre tc and caduceus pinned to your left breast pocket however Those who earn the badge are even more elite than those striving towards the goal. “We find about 30 per cent of thos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Kight-A The 1975 U.S. Savings Bonds promotion program will be conducted within the Depart- ment of the Army during the month of May. The theme for this year’s program is “Take Stock In America and In Your Future.” The Savings Bond Officer for the program at Ft. Hood is MAJ Hector Perez III Corps and Ft. Hood Finance and Ac- counting Officer. At a meeting held last Wed- a a in te field chairmen of the major com- mands/activities at Ft. Hood met to discuss the 1975 cam- CG ?sBondMessage TO ALL FT. HOOD PERSONNEL: Annually a Savings Bonds Promotion is conducted within the Department of the Army to reiterate benefits to be gained by the systematic savings of bonds. At Ft. Hood the 1975 U.S. Savings Bonds Promotion will be con- ducted during the month of May. The theme for this year’s compaign is “Take Stock In America and In Your Future.” I firmly believe that the ownership of U.S. Savings Bonds by employees both military7 and civilian is one of the surest safest means of sustainin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

rid a ay 2 1 9 7 5 Last year at this time SP4 Robin Edwards of “B” Co. 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. was in the field earning her E ie ld ica Badge” (EFMB) and doing an exceptional job of it. This year she’s back again not to earn another badge but to help others earn theirs. She is an in- structor for the course. When Robin was earning her badge she exerted herself ful­ I GO TO THE HEAD OF THE CLASS Specialist 4 Robin Edwards (left) and her assistant SP4 Sarah Ellmaker are looking over the lesson plan for the afternoons class. Both are instructors for the Expert CMAN6E COMMAND /4WRDS The 13tn Sig. Bn. received several different citations on April 21 when MG Julius W. Becton Jr. attended the bat- talion’s muster formation. The general presented a Certificate of Achievement to the battalion from MASSTER for the battalion’s outstanding performance in support of the FM 286 Division Command Post Test conducted from Jan. 6 to 25. The Post Commander also presented two plaques to the battal...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Ten-A A epartm ent of the Army Message received at Ft. Hood recently deals with former re quests from DA for personal appraisal of the situation re garding retired pay inversion. This message was compiled after com and responses had been ade in response to the original requests. a a se a ro id svaluable data for use by the ^Department of Defense (DOD) en DA the Office of the Depu- ty Chief of Staff for Personnel a The Stars and Stripes Army ijand unit colors flew overhead The 2nd A rm d. Div. band ^played in the background and £the battalion’s units stood in ^formation to witness the event *as MG Robert L. Fair 2nd *A rm d. iv. a r pinned the Soldier’s Medal on 1LT John A. Brieden III B” jCo. 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. 2nd *Armd. Div. The meritorious act on the ]Jart of 1LT Brieden occurred --in July 1974. On a July day LT ^Brieden’s training activities ta to an end sooner than ex- a Brieden observed as 'one of his com pany’s squads conducted the live portion of 5 a iz In a try •Squad P...

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

Friday. Mav 2. 1975 Hood Duty Day speaker scheduled for COSCOM rs a May 15 the a a an Catholic Chaplains of 13th COSCOM will bring Frank Roughton of radio TV stage and film fame to Ft. Hood to take part in the most interest- ing and perhaps unusual Duty Day With God ever presented. re oughton a former professional actor will be using drama along with other unconventional methods as he rtra Je su of Nazareth in making the Word of God come alive and move in the hearts of those who hear him. The movie Behold The Man” was written produced and directed by this very rsa tile innovative and dynamic man. The Atlanta Jo rn al raise that Mr. Toughton” ...brings a wealth of theatrical experience to the most difficult role.” The program for the days activity will include sessions with r. Roughton and a spiritual uplift through music as “Charity” presents a "Rock Gospel Concert” which speaks to people of all ages with Psalms hymns and spirituals presented in the new and refreshing mode of today....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Pag(‘ Twelve-A Retirement eligible colonels who have been passed over one or more times for Regular Army (RA) colonel and retire- ment eligible lieutenant col- onels who have been passed over twice or more for colonel (AUS) will be in the zone of those considered to be asked to retire. Also reserve colonels and lieutenant colonels who have been on extended active duty beyond 20 years will be in the zone. All colonels and lieutenant colonels to be considered would receive letters from the eputy Chief of Staff for Personnel according to of- ficials. The letters explain the need to reduce the size of the officer corps and the actions the Army is going to take. Once all officers in the zone have been notified aboard is to be convened to review the files. Officials state the board would not be given a quota of officers to be encouraged to re- tire. Rather the board would id if performance and potential in- dicate they can no longer make a meaningful contribu- tion in their grade. All off...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Friday. May 2. 1975 iic a That’s how SP4 Michael Montoya feels about his job as an infantryman. “I’m in the Army for myself all right. But not just for myself and not just by myself either. I like the feeling you get when you can depend on the next guy to do his job as well as you do yours. I like to help people too. Because working with good people makes me better. “I hate for somebody to say ‘You can’t do it Montoya’. Because I like to do the kind of jobs in the Army that most people think they can’t do. I guess that’s why I liked Pathfinder training. I like jum p- ing both static line and free fall. I like to be the first to get there too. “It’s just not your everyday kind of job. It’s tough. Not everybody can do it. But somebody has to do it and I’m glad I’m one of the people who does it. That’s why I reenlisted for Combat Arms!’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL. FORT HOOD. TEXAS "You can’t be Combat Arms all by yourself." Today’s Army gets better every time a good man reenlists. Page Thirtee...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Fourteen-A IN MEMORY The members of the 13th Corps Support Command deep- ly regret the loss of Chap. (LTC) Alton R. Kieschnick 13th COSCOM chaplain and MSG Jackie D. Freeman food services supervisor who were killed in a military plane crash Apr. 26. Heartfelt sympathies are extended to the families of Chap. Kieschnick and MSG Freeman as well as to those of the three other men killed in the accident: CW3 Larry L. Kniep HHC III Corps CW2 Richard W. Litell 162nd Avia- tion Co. and SP4 Norman L. Banks 1st Bn. 12th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. At COSCOM em orial services held Tuesday at the 58th St. Chapel COSCOM Commander COL Donald C. Poorman said “These men were soldiers in the truest sense. They died providing their own specialized form of combat service support to And here on my left is enoir’s ‘‘Little Nude in Blue” ...Everyone imagines being able to have famous paintings hanging in his home or office to display. Now he can according to Mrs. Walker librarian at Casey Memorial Library. T...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Friday. May 2. 1975 The shootout happened last Friday at Burba Gym but the clan from the 2nd Armd. Div. will have to go aways further before they can hang up their sneakers. May 5 is the starting date for the Post Tournament and the 2nd Armd. Div. will send four doubles teams and eight singles players to the matchup to determine the fastest serve in Fort Hood. SPORTS The “badest dude By JERRY “PORKER”REED It wasn’t your usual pick-up game in a Brooklyn schoolyard. There was the typical one-on-one match up but this wasn’t basketball. It was a contest that featured two rough dudes. It was your classic duel. But not the kind with the fancy pistols and the ten steps in opposite directions. This was just a simple tennis match. Well it wasn’t all that unassuming. In fact it was no surprise that the toughest ticket to get in Las Vegas last Saturday was for this particular event. How would people act? Would it get the thumbs down routine from the Roman days? After all it would be played in ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Two-B avid Huggins...the sweetness victory a in a to a Rain and strong cross winds sought to deter drivers and spectators alike from enjoying an afternoon of racing excite- ment last Sunday but as usual the hard-core racers won out and the crowds remained. Final eliminator runs of the day in the Modified Eliminator bracket saw Shelby Jester of Abilene turn a fine 10.02 in his C/G ‘Cuda grabbing a first place win over Cliff Windham of ille W in am ’s “Bossanova” Chevy II D/MP fell to second with an 11.09. Third place honors went to Ed Moraw as he piloted his G/MP ‘55 Nomad to an ET of 11.72. Moraw hails from Cameron. Close on his heels was a Ft. Hood driver Sylvester Carey. His SS/LA ‘69 Camaro was fourth with a time of 12.88. A Killeen driver Sharri Sims took stock eliminator honors with a 17.57 victory in her X/SA 1970 Chevy "The Rebel.” Behind Sims a J/SA ‘67 Firebird driven by Nancy Fendley came in second in 14.17. Fendley comes to Ft. Hood Dragway from Belton. In the third ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Fridav. Mav 2. 1975 Thirty servicemen prepared for their soon-to-occur dis- ch arg or retirem en last Thursday when they attended a day long Veterans Employ­ S rv ic ro ra (VESP) at the Hideaway Sup- per Club. The seminar discussed how a serviceman seeking a job should sell their abilities and them selves to prospective employers. The program the first of a series planned at least quarterly is organized by the III Corps and Ft. Hood Army Education Center. t. ood’s firs VESP ood theatre seminar was opened by LTC John M. McDonald deputy III Corps G-l. He discussed the job of getting a job job ap- plication worksheets where to look for work and where to look for work and where to go for assistance. A film titled Job Story” concluded the 8:30 a.m. opening address of the seminar. Job assista ce provided through a state employment office was discussed by T. R. Cox Texas Employment Com- mission representative from the Killeen office. In a recent announcement to the educa- production grabs ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Four-B s**if fv v *»v ■WY 4 EASY DOES IT PFC Rosey Turner administers an “IV” to an unconscious victim a rubber dummy utilized for testing purposes as she attempts along with “Medic! Medic!” The shout ca rrie well through the haze and smoke 1 despite this booming artillery and snappy rifle fire. The soldier wearing the red- 1 crossed helmet slowly crawled toward his wounded comrade. “I can’t see! I can’t see a thing!” Ju st take it easy now ‘tro r. W e’ll ave you patched up and on the way home in no time at all.” The above scene is often re- peated on the late late show and all too recently it was very real. And when it’s real you get no second chance. If a soldier is looking at you hold- ing his intestines in his hands you better know what to do. You area medic and pro- bably the closest thing to a doctor this side of the Combat Trains Area. Just what is it that qualified a soldier to be a competent .field medic? The criteria for inning the E xpert wield Medical Badge (EFMB) w...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Fridav. Mav 2. 1975 jE 9 a fin A A cc rd in to are fnessage from the Department jff the Army a selection board §vill meet on or about Aug. 19 jo consider soldiers for promo- tion to the rank of sergeant ■fnajor. 3 The primary zone of con- sideration includes all soldiers fm active duty as E-8 with a tlate of rank of April 311971 or Earlier. The secondary zone in- cludes E-8’s with a date of Tank between May 1 1971 and jluly 311972 inclusively. Soldiers with a basic enlisted Service date later than Dec. 31 1965 will not be considered for promotion. Soldiers without a high school diploma or GED equivalent or who have been barred from reenlistment jdso are ineligible for promo- tion. $ Soldiers in the zone of con- sideration may write to the Selection board calling atten- tion to matters they consider important in the review of their records. Letters should be addressed to Commander U. S. Army E listed ecords enter ATTN: President Dep’t. of the Army Selection Board (E-9) Ft. Benjamin H...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Six-B 1st graders to sign up The First Grade and Kin- dergarten School at Ft. Hood (formerly Kindergarten and Unders School) will conduct pre-registration for the 1975-76 school year from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bldg. 4819 beginning May 6 and continuing through May 29. To enter the first grade a child must be six on or before January 1 1976 and not old enough to enter public school. Prospective kindergarten students must be five on or before January 1 1976. The child’s birth certificate and shot record must be presented at the time of registration. The First Grade and Kin- dergarten School at Ft. Hood is a private association to pro- vide a qualified kindergarten and first grade for dependent child ren of ilita ry and civilian personnel on post. The school is supervised by a coun- cil of military personnel civilian and ives’ club representatives. It is a non- profit organization. Another registration will be held on August 1112 25 and 29. anger Society seeks embers The Society of V...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

May 2 1975 I .i-1* & W u iv 5 2* LOW PRICES! Hundreds of prices have been 1 reduced to save you even more every tim you shop at Safew ay Chunk Tuna Salad Dressing J* alf- moon ICottage Cheese Iream Cheese Eheese ye Bread Bread Lucerne. 12-ox. Good W ith Fruit! Ctn. Lucerne. For 3-oz. No-Cook ake Icing! Pkg. Burger Buns 0 $1 rl. W right's. Soft and Fresh! Fbr Cookouts! Safeway Special! Pkgs. I Deodorant Soap 224 Compare Law Prices..See How You Savei Longhorn Safeway Longhorn Cheese. 10* Off! 12-oz. & 16-oz. Pkgs. 16-ox. Loaf Skylark. Regular 16-ox. Loaf Skylark. Tasty! Money-Saving Values! Viennas 294 W wilson Vienna S ausage 5-ox. an Tomatoes ftlackeye Peas Potted Meat 29* ardenside. For Stew s! Can AND PAINTED Heartljside} STONEWARE 1 DINNERVKARE ^COMPLETELY OVCNPftOOF 0'$HWA£HI OTTCPGENT PAOOF FADE PPOOf 4 5 2 ladiola Mixes iC re a ★Yellow A W ite 6-ox. Pkg. 20* exican rn re a 6-ox. Pkg. 23* Pancake 4 W a ffle 6 ox. Pkg. 20* Pampers Diapers 22* Town House. Dry Can 19* W il...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Eight-B With the arrival of warm eather all of us will be spending more of our leisure time outdoors. However while enjoying the fun in the sun it is wise to educate yourself and your family to the potential dangers of the many seeming- ly harmless plants with which you may come in contact. Everyone is well aware of the results of contact with poison ivy poison oak poison Soon when the new Post Field House opens the men and women at Ft. Hood will have even less excuse to say ‘‘there’s nothing to do on this post!” is ill be articu larly inadequate to members of the 2nd Armd. Div. for when the Post Gym moves into its new' surround- wings the old Post Gym will become the 2nd Armd. Div. gym. It means two gym nasiums for the 2nd Armd. Div. instead of one and the la for ex an in th services offered by the gyms of the 2nd Armd. Div. will give any soldier with time on his hands a good place to spend it. For the first time the 2nd Armd. Div. will have separate facilities available for i...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Fridav. May 2. 1975 •k YOU’VE I DUKE IN ACTION. NOW WATCH HIM LOSE HIS TEMPER. EYE CATCHER JEFFEREY was pleasingly surprised when this oblig- ing young miss consented to pose for a few' quick snapshots. However further attempts by our amorous lensman to obtain a night on the town with the comely lass failed and young Jeff retreated to the inner sanctum of his darkroom to brood and as an af- terthought conspire further to increase his list of telephone numbers. FOR GENTLEMEN & KINGS PRESTON PLACE SPA AND MASSAGE Relax awhile with a whirlpool steam| jsauna or massage by professional masseuses. Call 817-799-2554. 1-35 N at Waco Drive. Open 10 AM til 2 AM —•BBftNtno8" 1 THE HRSTCX -RATED FIGHT SCENES a 1 11 nCTomt III 11 SONNY CHIBA allad atm an Robin THE GREATEST CON ARTIST! OF THEM ALL a O N eal Tatum O N eal Boxoffice O pens 7:30 Showtim 8:30 Adults *2.00 Children Under 12 Free I Gray at Ave. C. DOWNTOWN KILLEEN W western Boots PARATROOPER BOOTS ow boy Boots LEVIS & WRANGERS ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Page Ten-B Buy a used car recently? Is the car now registered in your name or did the dealer retain legal possession? If not you could have problems. A number of calls have been received through the 5-CITY Action Line of the Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff G-5 Concerning the sale and re- possession of used cars. In a plumber of these cases the jocal dealers are not register- ing the vehicles at the time of the sale but waiting until the car is paid off. By not registering the car the dealer retains the vehicle in his name simplifying re- possession. Yet until that car is registered in the buyer’s name the vechicle can’t be re- gistered with the Provost ^Marshal's Office. According to the Bell County jTax Office and Vehicle Registration the buyer should receive a Texas Vehicle Registration and a copy of the MARY 8 0 2 N. en. ru ce Dr. CHOICE OF SIX VEGETABLES Possession registration used car headache pains tax collector’s receipt for title application. Then within four to six ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 2 May 1975

Friday. May 2. 1975 The heavy fog which had held visibility to almost zero on the morning of April 22 had finally lifted. The shores of Belton Lake were quiet as an aggressor force from CSC 2nd Bn. 7th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. peered watchfully out over the water. Suddenly off in the distance a throbbing sound became audible and grew louder becoming two giant Chinook transport helicopters. The men of the aggressor force a camouflaged positions as the “Hooks” passed over a distant treeline and out of sight on the lake. It seemed apparent that the aggressor position was not the Chinook’s objective and the men in the blue aggressor helmets relaxed. On board the lead Chinook Maj. Terry Rosser of “D” Trp. 34th Spt. Sqdn. 6th Cav. Bde. (Air Combat) jockeyed his machine into position over the lake. He had a human cargo to discharge and the maneuver required would be a tricky one. Lieutenant Jan Bertholf and his recon platoon of CSC 2 Bn. 7th Cav. “Garry Owens” eyed the approaching landing site B...

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