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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 May 1975

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 May 1975

rid a ay 9 1 9 7 5 S E E E E Whatever they see there CW2s William Fitzgerald and John Sims look concerned as they check over one of the OH 58 Helicopters in the Div Ar- ty Aviation Section. Close attention to de­ ld a a th a a W hat es up st com dow n” is still worthy of som thou ght specially to the en who fly the OH 58 helicopters for ivA rty A viation Section. W hen th do co dow n they ’d like it to beth eir own term s. 5800 hours of flight tim now it a been on their own term at re re sets arly tw a rs of accident- fre flying an the ivA rty A ia tio S tio a cognized for this achievement by being resented the A rm A viation A ccident Prevention A ard. S afety is a very nebulous thin ” state CW2 W illiam itz ra ld Chief Safety Of- fic fo iv A rty A viation. A ccid en ts an be caused by a thin from a mechanical alfun ctio to a bad attitu by pilots. We have tow watch out for all of these thin s.” O O a evew 'cure. G/ppjes o/v rH£ s'oe THE Ca Ha a Cav. aviation crew receives safety aw...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 9 May 1975

Page Ten-B MOVING OUT Mid-morning haze and rainy weather didn’t deter the 62nd S&S Co.’s convoy from departing to Ft. Chaf- fee Ark. to support Operation “New Ar­ 4^ yAVfrV' ^4 SERVICE TO THE SOLDIER The 1st P&A Bn. 13th COSCOM temporarily out- processed Ft. Hood soldiers going to Ft. Chaffee Ark. for 90 days in support of Operation “New Arrival” during a late night POR board. PV2 Terri Ward 546th The 2nd Bn. 8th Cav. ob served its first anniversary as a currently organized unit of the 1st Cav. Div. on Thursday April 24. The entire battalion spent the day in the Recreation Area at Belton Lake. To celebrate the occasion members of the battalion availed themselves of the varied recreational facilities at the lake. During the day the unit’s outstanding tank crews were presented with the awards earned in re- cently completed tank gunnery training exercises. The awards were pr se te by LTC William J. Weber battalion commander. Among the companies of the battalion “C” Co. under th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

VOL. 34 NO. 10 empathy By A. D. PITTMAN Scarlet Adams age 23 and the mother of three small children has a problem. Scarlet is beautiful but she is also very bored. Right away a person would guess that maybe she (a) drinks a couple of beers at 11 o’clock in the morning or (b) she is tempted to cheat on her husband who is in the Army at Ft. Hood. Scarlet could be (c) a compulsive shoplifter when she makes a trip to the PX or (d) might endangerher health because she smokes too much. It may seem strange but Scarlet’s problem is (3) none of the above. The danger lurking in Scarlet’s personality inventory is something that she doesn’t recognize as a threat to herself or to her family. She probably won’t even know what took place on this certain day until it is all over. Scarlet’s problem could happen to anyone at least if he or she is the parent of a young child or children (likely between the ages of three months to six or seven years). Please don’t tell her right this minute but Scarlet...

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

Page Two 2 (C on tin ed fr a 1) The trusty medicine chest yields a partially used bottle of Kaopectate and afresh diaper stops Robin from cry- ing. The one hope to brighten up Scarlet’s frame of mind is snuffed out. There will be no afternoon soap operas and her feeling of loneliness is beginning to become acute. To temporarily occupy her mind Scarlet lets her thoughts drift to a reunion with Ken tomorrow and call- ing on all the ingenuity of her command remembers that the way to a man’s heart is sometimes through his stomach. With this in mind she salts and peppers standing prime rib roast inserts it in the oven and sets the heat control at 525 degrees. Cooking time on the automatic timer: 3 hours and 15 minutes. This is going to be a very well-done roast. The usual chores of dishes dusting and diapering slow- ly see the hands of the clock move in the direction of 2 p.m. This is the estimated time of arrival (ETA) for young Jim and Teri. Prior to this however at 1:25 p.m. the door ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday May 16 1975 By GLEN E. FESS his ear U.S. arnall jArmy Hospital has joined 7000 Li Community hospitals across ithe country in celebrating 1975 National Hospital Week sMay 11 17. The annual event 5s sponsored jointly by the A erican Hospital Associa- tion and its member institu- tions. This ear’s theme “A ta ern for a a it keynotes an effort to make hospital personnel and the public aware of hospitals as vital and active contributors to community life. Here at Ft. Hood Darnall faces the sam kinds of pro- blems sets the same kinds of goals and has many of the same types of concerns as do the com unity’s residents. Like other institutions across the country Darnall has over the years grown and evolved to meet your changing health care needs. To some people automation a a are I I I services may seem cold and impersonal. We’re the first to admit that without the spirit of dedication and commitment of the skilled men and women behind them they would be just that. But hospital person...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Four You say the “First Shirt” just came down on you for the umpteenth time about the length of your hair? Your $300. registered miniature poodle just became im- pregnated by the neighbor’s St. Bernard? Your rent your car payment and your wife are all two months past due? The MPs just declared your vintage 62 Falcon a national disaster? You want to gripe or if you want to priase go ahead and do so. But if you’re spending your day complaining to your buddies you’re wasting their time and yours. Let’s face it. When you gripe to your friends who really listens? On the other hand if you like something let the world know about it. When you get right to the heart of the matter the troop newspaper is a place where you can speak your mind. Believe it or not we of the SENTINEL really love to re- ceive your letters. It is only from this feedback that we get any indication of the soldier’s reaction to the paper. After all writers are only human. They run out of ideas. They lose touch with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday. May 16. 1975 According to a Department of the Army Message dated May 9 soldiers now on active duty will not lose any benefits as a result of President Ford’s ro la a tio ending the “Vietnam E ra’’ as of May 7. re id t in is message to Congress said “The termination actions will not affect the eligibility of the millions of Vietnam veterans already discharged or those *i here are still a lot of soldiers in the field who were surprised to learn that DA jForms 20 and 66 (Enlisted rind O fficer ualification eco rd s) ave both been Replaced by the new' automat- fed ersonnel ualification feecord the DA Form 2. With the Army’s conversion £o S ID E S S ta a jfnstallation/Division Person- nel System) the typewriter £nd manual posting of records Is giving way to No. 2 pencil and a computerized file of personnel information. And DA Form 2 is your way tp finding out just what the Army’s computer has to say about you. What it says about jfou is important to you and the Army. This informa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Six 1st Cavalry Commander’s Wives The 1st Cavalry comman- der’s wives held their monthly tin a th 1st Cav. museum on May 7. major John rabow ski division information officer spoke to the wives about publicity for the SENTINEL. He stressed how to write more effectiv a rtic le for the newspaper and also answered questions from the group. Mrs. Louise Becton revealed the many awards won by the play “Of Thee I Sing.” She also gave the other wives pertinent OWC news. Included was the information about the “Them Changes” take to the stage Friday evening through Sunday at the Main NCO Club. LThe “Good Bad and Ugly” vtfill entertain Friday at the $Iini Dome. Saturday well- khown recording artist Billy Warker will field the scene Jvith his hit recordings. Tickets a!re still on sale at one dollar per person. Additional in- formation or reservations can £e obtained by calling 532-6057. At W est t. Hood the i*Good Bad and Ugly” will be Jroviding country and western *nusic Saturday evening. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday May 16 1975 Octogenarian honored by How chapel Mrs. Jane Needham was 89 years old Friday April 18th. To celebrate this occasion the a lain of ivA rty 2d Armd. Div. honored her during the service. Mrs. Needham has been attending the small cantonment chapel for the past 20 years. The chaplains of Ft. Hood believe her to be the longest attending member of any one chapel at Ft. Hood. Mrs. Needham said “I wish that every old person could have as many good things hap- pen to them as have happened tom e.” Following the Sunday morn- ing service a cake was pro- vided for Mrs. Needham by the 1/3 FA dining facility. The April coffee of the of- ficers wives group 303rd ASA Bn. (Corps) met at the home of Mrs. aryann Schafer. Co- hostess of the event was Mrs. Lois Chapin. A discussion and question- and-answer session concern- ing the Post Nursery was con- ducted by Mrs. Mada Hen- derson. Welcomed to the battalion recently were CPT and Mrs. Robert arris and LT and Mrs. E. Windle. Welcoming ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Eight Progress and civilization are moving out along Old Cop- peras Cove Road. Soon com- muters will be treated to the ‘Sight of a canvas metropolis rising from a once lonely hilltop located on the right for I westbound traffic. Old timers in the area will »remember this hinterland as LZ “Phantom ” an old landing zone for rotary wing aircraft. I Others now being acquainted with the area think of it as *"V “tent city.” Last month three units from the 13th Corps Spt. Cmd.’s (COSCOM) 62nd Eng. Bn. were tasked to convert the bar- ren hill site into a quartering area to be used by Army Reserve and National Guard units training here. The units involved in th ass re construction are “B” “C” and “D” Companies. According to the battalion’s ratio ffic r AJ SHOWER POINT ... GOING UP Sitting in what will be a 300-foot drainage system at LZ Phantom a ember of Co. 62nd Eng. Bn. installs a shower point which when completed will make roughing it” easier for Army Reserve and National Guard unit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday May 16. 1975 i: presented for outstanding essay “My wife is my strongest -ritic and greatest inspira- tion” CPT Joe Frazar re- irked 'speaking of his de- lusion to enter an article in the r'reedoms Foundation letter /riting contest recently. Marilyn Frazar’s confidence in her husband resulted in Iquite an award for CPT jprazar. On May 6 he was pre- sented the George Washington if a A a rd by |Freedom’s Foundation for his ([“outstanding essay." The pre- sensation was made by MG )bert L. Fair division com- lander. While presenting ^razar with the award MG rair said “You did a beautiful |job and you deserve this. His wife and their two Children Kathryn 2 years old %nd Joe 4 years old were on hand to congratulate CPT Frazar for his achievements. I Frazar is the only Ft. Hood Soldier to receive an award this year. The contest was 6pen to all active military personnel retired personnel Rational Guard Reserve and junior Reserve Officer Train- ing Corps (JROTC). Two years ago he ente...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Ten Since it would be difficult to provide on post housing for all the people in the A rm ed rces th use of living spaces off post has taken on greater importance. roblem arise between ap a rtm an agers and military tenants that with a little information beforehand could be avoided. The best source of information is the Post Housing Referral Office. Military personnel are re- quired to go to the Post Hous- ing eferral Office before purchasing or leasing a house or apartm ent. Many people aren’t aware of the helpful- ness of the office. The big problem normally encountered is the lease. The lease is a written set of rules (a contract) that protects the manager against property damage and failure to meet payment deadlines. The lease is also to protect the tenant from being exploited by the manager. The lease does not become binding until it is signed by the prospective tenant and the a a el military personnel should re- ad the lease very carefully. The old joke about “reading the...

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

Friday May 16. 1975 PX Rental Concession! now open (Rental tools and equipment are now available at the Arco |*l Equipment Rental Concession of the Post Exchange for Ft. Hood personnel. Anyone at Ft. Hood who possesses an ID card is eligible to rent from this concession. The PX Rental Service a a by a Riemensnider is located in Bldg. 4201 (formerly the Post Bakery north of the old com- missary). The store hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Satur- day and from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Sunday. The facility will deliver and pick up rental items available for the house including roll-away beds television sets (black and white or color) washing a in an re frig ra to rs E specially op ular for the sumer months are the one room air conditioners for rent. Garden equipment for rent includes roto-tillers gasoline- rate tre ra rs thatchers lawn vacuums and edgers. The automobile mechanic will find all types of tools to re- a in or tra sm issio of his ar. Everything from engine hoists to Soc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Twelve I The cavalry mission is said to be a tough one and the 62440 hours total flight time posted by helicopter pilots of the 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. Div. lends proof of beliefs that they have the experience necessary to carry out that mission. hat total also includes 25179 hours of combat flight co ile by 20 ietnam veterans of the unit’s 48 pilots. In addition the total flight time includes that compiled by pilots in a category status. These are pilots who have over 1500 hours of flight time and are currently as- signed to ground positions with the squadron. The overall mission of the squadron’s flight unit “D” Trp. is to extend the recon- a is a a ity capabilities of the squadron. However the troops’ mission I CHANGE COMMAND 6w5) Awards The 2nd Bn. 5th Cav. pre- sented awards for superior performance during the bat- talion’s recently completed cy- cle of tank gunnery on the af- ternoon of April 24. The rese tatio ere made by the recently departed battalion com ander LT...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

16-1975 nr The 2nd Armd. Div. is hold- ing a Redeye shooting de- monstration on May 21 off of the East Range Road at the Sugarloaf Redeye range. The demonstration will be a com- bination training firing ob- servation and public visitation. The program is being hosted by the division with the 2nd Bn. 5th ADA displaying their weapons uring the monstration. There will be 21 firing teams in all two men to a Redeye fir- ing team. The breakdown con- sists of 11 firing teams from 2nd Armd. Div. nine from rthe am we welcome FOOD STAMP SHOPPERS Potatoes on *1 Russet. All Purpose. Thrifty! Bag Cucumbers fender Okra Fresh Broccoli I ................... li Facial Tissue 7Qc Trui Iy Fine. Soft! 200-Ct. Box Gardensido. Source of Iron! Potted Meat tomatoes Lunch Bags Cleanser 15-ox. Can 3-ox. Can Wilson. Tasty! W 23* 19* 24* 35* 19* 22* Gardenside. For Soups! 10-ox. Can 50-Ct. Pkg. Kitchen raft 14-ox. Can Powder. White Magic Deodorant Soap Truly Fine ly/eight Watcher $ 1.69 13-ox. Pepper Pkg. Baye...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

age Fourteen 9 AND TED AND ALICE? The couple that shares together gets stares together and with this plate Bob and Ada (last name unknown) have probably gotten their share. Almost every day Ft. Hood drivers can see these moving messages going down the roads. (Photo by Kirt Livernois.) 19* TEXAS *75 I HG.CflSH SIGN ON THE LINE Not everyone has a name short enough to fit into six letters but W.G. Cash managed to fit names and initials under his bumper. Names are by far the most popular message to be plated but many of the other messages are as novel as they are concise. (Photo by Kirt Livernois.) ROOM FOR ONE MORE One more letter that is. Nonetheless Connie Amaro switchboard operator at the Ft. Hood National Bank finds it easy to rem ember her license plate number. At least her husband sure hopes she does. Names are the most popular message. (Photo bv Ivan ster.) American JUSTICE HtATEftNOY PROGRESS Pursuant to the policy set forth in Executive Order 11491 issued by the President of t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Fifteen i. lilllis I pf&K W ZC& r.'* jjM llli I W N N ^S^®Spppi*:s v\ **. SP/4 Susan Boguta likes to keep active but we interrupted her busy schedule to find out what she likes about the Army. “After I graduated from college I decided to try a technical job one that would help me learn about flying. Because eventually I’d like to be a pilot. So my training’s helped a lot. “I also enjoy meeting people and talking about my work. So recruiting work has been a natural for me. “One of the things I always mention to the young people I meet is that the A rm y’s taught me you can do uch ore than you think you can. he opportunities are here all you have to do is take advantage ol them. A nd that’s what I’m doing’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS "Since I've been in the Army the longest I’ve sat still is for this photograph.” Today’s Army gets better every time a good woman reenlists. Friday May 16 1975

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

Page Sixteen ST MWRf*» --s s--N' A combination of swimming talent pistol expertise and long distance endurance was the winning combination in one of Ft. Hood’s most grueling sports the Triathlon as William Anderson “C” Trp. 4/9th Cav. 6th ACCB amassed 2527 points to top a iieia oi c$u during the recent two-day competition. Anderson took the lead early in the contest and never relinquished it as he racked up 190 out of a possible 200 points in the first round of action the .22 caliber pistol competition. A score of 188 was needed to receive 1000 points and he received a total ark of 1024. Anderson’s nearest threat came from Stephen Seppa 57th Sig. who fired his way to second position with a tally of 820. Third was William Bowman 1/12 Cav. who finally ran out of ammo ending the pistol match with a 772 score. Swimming was another strong point for Anderson a Roseville Cal. high school competitor and he placed fifth in the 200 meter freestyle race. The slender 5’11” 145 lb. Scout section...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday. May 16 1975 BY RICH LAMANCE SPORTS EDITOR Like Paul Newman and Robert Redford Steve Miller and Dave Musselman are in more scrapes than a car in a demolition derby and pulls more punches than Muham- mad Ali. The All-Army wrestl- ing duo returned to Ft. Hood recently with an armload of medals and the prestige as the Army’s best wrestlers. Musselman and Miller have competed for the last two years for a spot on the All- Army team which takes 50 of the services’ best grapplers and began the hard fought elimination for the Army’s best in each of the 10 weight classes. “SUNDANCE KID” In the 149 lb. weight division Miller flipped and pinned his way to the No. 1 spot in the freestyle competition last season in his first year of ilita ry co ntentio and despite an extra opponent pneumonia rallied to a third place finish in inter-service competition against two world class adversaries. This year Miller started the season strong and looked forward to his first inter- service victory and ...

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