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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Eighteen They rushed into the clut- tered room. Boxes opened and tissue was discarded in tiny wads around the floor. Dull green shirts were replaced with ruffles of white lace. Baggy pants came off to make room for the tailored blue and red suit. Black boots were cast away and replaced with white and dazzling ones to complete the outfit. Hair regulations were dis- OFF WITH THE NEW AND ON WITH THE OLD Sergeant Michael Loggins 2nd Bn. 58th Inf. is careful putting on his uniform in preparation for a ceremony. He and three other men from the battalion make up the unit’s color guard. They wear uniforms fashioned after the old colonial patriot soldier. (Photo by Ivan Foster) *GMDALT USB 2-202004U1200UU 0 0 7 5 ICS mgmnCS* 0 mC 9 a va HUGH STATUm FORD ATH ST 4 AVE I E TX 7 6 5a a a 16 135 FST MGMDALT SB Congratulations TO THE DEDICATED MEN Of OUR PARIS & SERVICE DEPARTMENTS. Patriot color guard nostalgia in the flesh carded in a flash as a wig pulled in a tight pony tail topped wi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday May 16 1975 May is proving to be a busy month for the 1st Pers. and Ad- min. (P&A) Bn. presently dividing their “Service to the Soldier” support between main post and North Ft. Hood (NFH). Well exemplifying the “One Army” concept the 13th Corps Spt. Cmd. (COSCOM) battalion is actively engaged in summer work with Army Reservists. RRPC UNDER WAY Since mid-April a crew of 11 men under the supervision of SSG Donald Findley have been commuting to NFH every morning by bus to restore a building which will be used as the Reserve Reinforcement Processing Center (RRPC). When operational the center will process and clothe all re- inforcement reserve personnel coming to Ft. Hood to fulfill mm PREPARING TO FIRE The .22 rifle is loaded and adjusted by SGT James Rose of Hqs. 1st Bn. 66th Arm. 2nd Armd. Div. prior to firing on the mini-tank range. The tank commander and gunner gain READY TO RECEIVE Personnel from the 1st P&A Bn. unload boxes of field gear uniforms and personnel forms...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Twenty j- By PAUL BLACKWELL The man sitting on the horse didn’t look very military. His hair was shoulder length. None ‘of his clothing was regulation particularly the buckskin suit he wore. But he was in fact a lieutenant colonel of cavalry a former brevet major general. He was George Armstrong Custer one of the most con- tro ersial of the A rm y’s Celebrated Indian fighters. Almost 100 years after his death in the Battle of the Little Bighorn historians continue to debate where Custer should Stand in military annals as hero or glory-mad fool. He was born in Ohio in 1839 and entered West Point in 1857. He graduated four years later last in a class of 34 just in time to take part in the Battle of /Bull Run. Custer did so well in early cavalry engagements that he was promoted to brigadier general of volun- teers in 1863 at age 23. He had daring successes in battles at Gettysburg Cold Harbor Yellow Tavern Cedar Creek and Five Forks. His superiors agreed that he was effective. The...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday. May 16 1975 & 'y ilEFFEREY WHILE NEVER A SPORTS JBUFF took a sudden interest in ’America’s favorite sport when he spotted •this striking St. Pete Florida coed at -COUPON- BELTON KOA O A | This coupon good for one night FREE camp* 1 ing after paying for on any I 2 nights i| weekend. T_________ FRIDAY MAY 17 Dan and Dave •The Alligators from Telluriae Colorado •The Reynolds Sisters and the New Oso Band The Last Band On Earthp MASSAGE I Relax awhile with a whirlpool steam sauna or massage by professional masseuses. Call 817-799-2554. 1-35 N at Waco Drive. Open 10 AM til 2 AM PRESENTS TWO CONCERTS Where you will see Live on stage before Your very eyes: SATURDAY MAY 18 Dan and Dave •Ole Saint High Band •The Drug Store Cowboys (hopefully) §j ld a W rs tb tto and the Thrill as the Fearless Musicians play expertly to an EXCITING CLIMAX Shows will start at 7:30 each evening STARS & STRIPES SPEEDWAY I Old Copperas Cove Road V/2 Miles West of Intersection with FM 440 CATCmZ •. ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Page Twenty-Two If you think this year’s pro- gramming was confusing with all the changes made re- member what they used to say in Brooklyn “Wait Till Next Year!!” Next year if present trends are any in ic a tio the switches should come even faster and more often. This is for the simple reason that the networks will have more shows to move around and cancel. Starting in September the ‘‘family viewing” concept goes into effect the networks obviously thinking that most parents can’t control what their kids watch so they have to do it for them. Apparently these parents who can’t con- trol what their kids see can put them to bed at nine p.m. because that’s when the cops and bad men come out. “Family viewing” may turn out to be a token gesture at best. At any rate almost saving signs saying “See what good boys we are?” the networks presented their tentative lineups last week. Among the is as a ire challenge by CBS against ABCs domination of Monday night with Monday Night Foot- ball. CBS ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

Friday May 16 1975 HCM-DIVISICMAL fgT tiitfft (H i) linn Protestant Sun 09301100 Protestant Choir Med 1900 POST SUNDAY SCHOOL (5-9298) Protestant Sun 0920 Catholic CCD Sun 0945-1200 (Meadows School) piym ABg. (5-5708 chapel Protestant Catholic Catholic Sun 1000 Sat 1600 Hon-Fri 1130 6TH ACCB BLAOCHORSE CHAPEL (Bldg 87009 15-7233)) Protestant Sun 11001900 Children's Chapel Sun 1130 Protestant Bible Study Mon 1900 Couple's Bible Study Tue 1900 mfADfi AYE SiST W (grfSMj Catholic Sun 1100 162ND STREET CHAPEL I S 2J Sunday School Sun 0930 Protestant Sun 1100 Bible Study Wed 1800 Choir Practice Med 1900 Film and Fellowship Son 1800 WEST FORT HOOD CHAPEL (532-9219) Catholic Sun 0930 Protestant Sun 1100 Choir Practice Wed 1930 37TH STRBS BEST CHAfB. (frTOti a S 090011001215 Catholic Mon thru Fri 1200 Catholic Sat 1730 Catholic Confession Sat 1700-1730 CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Catholic Protestant (No Phone) Sun 0800 Sun 0900 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE EPISCOPAL LATTER-DAY SAINTS Ki11een hard Priesthood ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

^Friday May 16 1975 There is a wealth of op- portunity available to the military community through Ft. Hood Arts and Crafts facilities operated by the Post Recreation Services Division. Many shops and centers are located throughout the post and offer something for ever- yone whether experienced a a an a in amateur or interested begin- ner. Now here is an excellent op- portunity to examine in detail just exactly what programs are available through these Arts and Crafts facilities as the post celebrates Army Arts and Crafts Week May 18-24. Facilities will host demonstra- tions exhibits workshops and other special events all free of charge designed to acquaint everyone with the many and varied facets of Recreation Services’ Arts and Crafts pro- grams. Facilities are now available to the entire family in such areas as ceramics and leather crafts photography drawing and print making electronics lapidary and jewelry making model building woodworking complete automotive crafts shop and muc...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 16 May 1975

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

VOL. 34. NO. 11 L#- fW*1 If you can’t move it paint it green ~P. 'V STm rn rV-^ FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOODr FORT HOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MAY 23. 1975 Clean up campaign underway at Ft Hood soon Non-returnable bottles paper towels plastic pen cartridges and even disposable diapers describe today’s fast-paced mobile society. During the past 30 years American has become just that a disposable society. A month long clean up and beautification campaign is currently underway at Ft. Hood. The objective is to pro- vide a facelift to the post’s natural beauty by cleaning and removing trash. Yet once the effort has been ex- panded will it last? Although efforts to clean the post have already re- moved one major eyesore in the range areas at West Ft. Hood unless the source is eliminated the problem could occur again. Four truck loads of trash were removed from this one small range area in the southeastern corner of West Ft. Hood. According to 2LT Jo...

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

Page Two-A DIT-DAH IS ALPHA: Staff Sergeant Joseph Brady (center) taps out the In- «r’temational Morse code during a class for Radio Telephone Operators at the Ft. Hood MARS station. Staff Sergeant Brady jfcis assigned to “B” Co. 57th Sig. Bn. Others shown in the photo are left to right SFC. MARS the Military Affiliate Radio System at Ft. Hood is ex ten in its eratio s. Currently supporting Brigade ’75 ith co icatio between husbands in Germany and wives at home the Ft. Hood MARS station is now sup- porting personnel involved in Operation New Arrival at Ft. Chaffee. MARS is a radio system de- signed to pass audio or written messages from one member station to any other member station in the world. The rim ary mission of MARS is backup communica- tions during emergencies and disaster such as tornadoes floods fires earthquakes and hurricanes. The secondary mission is morale and training which enables military personnel and th ir ep en en ts to send DE ABM5WAB: Sergeant Richard J. Foker...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

Friday May 23. 1975 By MARY GRIMES As in civilian life there are always laborers who go un- recognized in the military. For instance we the public re- iv a a in a newspapers but much of the time the only person we know in reference to the paper or magazine is the editor or publisher. 'I I A LITTLE HELP FROM FRIENDS. MAJ Loyd E a ste (right) assigned to Ft. Hood’s Civil Affairs office wakes note of the number of boxes of clothing donated by local residents for the Vietnamese re- fugees temporarily housed at Ft. Chaffee Ark. E arlier in the month a clothing drive was initiated and citizens from the com- unity ere asked to drop off unused ■f articles of clothing at nearby fire stations. If we were to visit the plants and firms where the lay-out and design of these reading materials are made or pre- pared then maybe we’d dis- cover that the person responsi- ble for getting your favorite re- wading material out to you and on tim e is probably the av erag looking man and woman you see on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

Page Four-A Morning traffic common malady Communication means more than just talking or listening. If you are driving communicating your inten- tions or watching for the other drivers’ signals it could mean your life. Entering the East Gate recently we followed a red sedan along Tank Destroyer Blvd. This driver switched from the left lane to the right after crossing 24th St. .'Reaching 31st St. he turned right then immediately switched from the right to the left lane. Continuing on to Headquarters Ave. the driver then made a left turn and another right turn at 37th St. where we parted company. Most drivers do signal prior to changing lanes and turning but the few who don’t consistently cause pro- blems on the roads. Despite the myth of “being able to stop on a dime” it can’t happen. A driver’s reaction time and that time necessary for a vehicle to cease motion all amounts to distance. Distance that can and does cause accidents. If a driver can’t take the time to signal his intention...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

I Friday. May 23. 1975 Sometime today the last of 920 canvas tents will be erect- ed at North Ft. Hood’s (NFH) S it S Hq. S S Representing less than two weeks of vigorous tent pitching” by about 125 men a day this eek’s activity culminates a four month task to ready SSH for logistical sup- port of Army Reserve and Na- tional Guard annual training at Ft. Hood. Beginning in February SFC Carl Gore and about 32 other NCOs from the 13th Corps Spt. Cmd.’s (COSCOM) 553rd Sup. and Svc. (S&S) Bn. went to NFH to open up the area to be utilized as SSH. “The first thing we did was take inventory of the area” stated Gore. This included checking the building which had been broken into and making notes on what had to be replaced and repaired. "Next we started what many would term a massive police call.” The clean-up campaign LOOKING BACK. PFC David Chestnut assigned to the 664th Ord. Co. takes a break from driving in tent states at North Ft. Hood’s Site Spt. Hq. (SSH). This week en like hestnu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

Page Six-A HOT HHC 2ND BDE. Officers wives of HHC 2nd (St. Lo) Bde held a Thursday morning coffee on May 15 at the home of Mrs. John Bard Patton Park. Mrs. Bard extended greet- wings to Mrs. Gene Boyle Mrs. Fred Robbins and Mrs. Paul Rohde. Farewell gifts were presented to Mrs. Thomas Dufcko and Mrs. Alexander Davis. Mrs. David McFarland was given a present of wind chimes. DISCOM The DISCOM officers had a formal ess in the main ballroom of the officers’ club May 9. Colonel Donald Poorman of 13th COSCOM was the guest speaker. A saber studded with the battalions crest was given to LTC Larry Ripple DISCOM executive officer who is de- parting support command. 3D BN. 67TH ARMS The officers wives of 3/67 Arm. held their May coffee at the home of Mrs. Roswitha EaHeart-Nitschke recently. Newcomers greeted were Mrs. Joseph Krenzberger and Mrs. Duglas Darling. Special congratulations were made to 1LT and Mrs. William Finnell 1ST. CAV. DIV. SUPPORT COMMAND Officer’s wives of the 1st Cav. Div. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

id a Mav 23. 1975 “WHATEVER YOU DO DON’T MOVE 7THE TABLE“ says Cathy Sauer as her ^group makes use of the Starlite Room’s *decor in order to make their giant card ribbon seem larger still. Assisting Mrs. MASSTER Wives held a re- ■cent coffee at the Ft. Hood Of- -JJicer's Club with the ladies of •Logistics as hostesses. Mrs. Gonzalo Gallegos HJJiospitality chairman present- farewell silver trays to Mrs. mTerry Alexander Mrs. Walter SAtwood Mrs. William Brierly *^lrs. Thomas Brown Mrs. *Glen ho rso and rs. Jfcdward Klaus. She welcomed jhewcomers Mrs. John Barnes ftand Mrs. William Davis. & Mrs. Philip Dickinson out- -going chairman of the Red ^^Cross activities introduced |*the new chairm an Mrs. ^.Charles Densford Jr. who ■tasked for volunteers to work twith the Teen Program for the ^summer. ■jj' Mrs. Thomas Brown pre- if a of a re a ti from the American 2 a S to a •(MASSTER Wives who worked -w ith the ancer Detection JC'linic at Da a A •Hospital in February. '.m Mrs. Willie Reyn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

Page Eight-A MCM-DIYISICMAL (5-3U 1) POST CHAPEL Protestant Protestant Choir POST SUNDAY SCHOOL (5-529Sj Protestant Sun 092^ Catholic CCD Sun 09A5-1200 (Meadows School) DARNALL AHg CHAPEL Protestant Catholic Catholic 6TH ACCB BLACKHORSE CHAPEL (Bldg 87009 15-7233 Protestant Sun 11001900 Children's Chapel Sun 1130 Protestant Bible Study Mon 1900 Couple's Bible Study Tue 1900 BRIGADE AVE EAST CHAPEL Catholic 162HD STREET CHAPEL Sunday School Protestant Bible Study Choir Practice Film and Felldwship Primary ALPS -LUTHERAN ^■SEVEMTH DAY ADVENTIST Sabbath School Service (!I If a XU Curpa anli Jfart ijiuiii ISrS&Bl Sun 1100 Sun 0930 Sun 1100 Wed 1800 Wed 1900 Sun 1800 WEST FORT HOOD CHAPEL Catholic -Protestant f-Choir Practice (532-92^9.1 Sun 0930 Sun 1100 Wed 1930 17TH STREET WEST CHAPH^(5—7801) Catholic ■Catholic Mon thru Fri 1200 _________ Sun 090011001215 Catholic Sat 1730 ■Catholic Confession Sat 1700-1730 CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Catholic Protestant (No Phone) Sun 0800 Sun 0900 or ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

4 Friday May 23 1975 By MARY GRIMES It seem as though we wait a life-time to grow up and becom the adults our arents and Sunday school teachers are. As I look back on yesteryear and compare it with today I find that I was lucky to be born just in tim to get a taste of the really good life. You know what I ’m talking about. I’m speaking of the days when a nickle was equal to a dollar and when a kid had a quarter he was about as happy as a man with a hundred bucks. Say why don’t you forget all the troubles of today just for a few minutes and rem inisce with me. Now some of you will be able to go back in tim a lot farther than me but just let me share some good memories with you. As a kid I used to think my mom was the meanest woman in the world everytim she gave me a whipping. Now I never got spankings and anybody who can recall twenty years ago can tell you the difference. You see a spanking is a little tap here and there just enough to ake you think you want to cry. But a whipping i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

Page Ten-A MASSTER official designated Colonel Robert J. Standley has been named the new depu- ty commander/chief of staff of modern A rm S le te Systems Test Evaluation and Review (MASSTER) at West Ft. Hood. Colonel Standley succeeds COL Earl W. Fletcher who re- tired from the service re- cently. In his th re a rs at MASSTER COL Standley has served as the deputy chief of staff for operations and plans and as the director of the former Materiel Test Direc- torate. Colonel Standley entered the Army after graduating from Texas A&M University in 1949. iHe has also graduated from 'the Engineer Officer Ad- vanced Course the Command and General Staff College and the Army War College. His previous assignments have included tours in Korea Germany the Canal Zone and Vietnam. In Vietnam he was the commander of the 214th Cmbt. Avn. Bn. and a staff of- ficer at the J-3 (operations) section at USMACV (Military Assistance Command Viet- nam). Colonel Standley’s awards include the Silver Star t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 May 1975

1 Friday May 23. 1975 EXTRA^ POINTS A few days ago while watching a tennis match a not- too-rare scene was observed. One player leading the other by a considerable number of points got the op- portunity to slam a “cripple” shot that is a shot that just barely got over the net perfect for an unreturnable volley. As the leading player ran toward the shot you could almost see his train of thought unfolding. He was leading by a large margin he really didn’t need this point the op- ponent was really his best friend! Why kill the shot and rub it in? What the heck that was his buddy! Their are quite a few people who would witness this event and say to themselves “Man that guy’s a nasty player!” This is not at all the case. An honest spirit of competition demands that the player even though lead- ing by a large margin do his utmost on every' shot. Otherwise the honesty of the entire match is tarnished. This characteristic is sport competition’s biggest asset and at the same time one of its ...

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