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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

Page Ten-A The red-eye training team from 2nd Bn. 58th Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. traveled to Peason Ridge La. recently to participate in a mutual tactical training (MTT) exercise. Sergeant Thom as Steelm an and SGT Earnest Johnson trained in the red-eye mis- sile visit National Guard units to participate in MTTs. “The MTT is a training exercise where we will accompany a National Guard unit in the field. We will teach them the use and mechanics of the red-eye missile while we learn from them how they operate in the field. It is a mutual familiarization exercise” stated SGT Steelman. “It is important not only to teach them about the missile in a classroom but also see first hand how they would manipulate the device in a combat situation" he added. “In case of a real combat need these would be the people supporting us and to be truly or- ganized and combat ready we should be able to work together with both of us understanding the others capabilities’’ explained SGT Steelman. EYE CATCHER I TE...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

Thursday July 3. 1975 They’ll be dropping on Ft. Hood lrom altitudes up to 13000 feet at speeds is great as 150 miles per hour and faster. No. wit's not an in- vasion. Ft. Hood is not being attacked. They'll be members of the Ft. Hood Sport Parachute Club who will be staging a half hour skydiving exhibition tomorrow night the Fourth of July here. Set to get underway at 7 p.m.. the show will feature ten members of the Parachute Club jumping over the area just west or adjacent to Prichard Stadium. All the parachutes will jump from a 'Huey'' helicopter. The chutists (with one exception)! will all be trailing colored smoke as they perform their often elaborate and equally dangerous aerial acrobatics in free fall (with parachute unopened.) After performing each maneuver each will trigger his chute open and attempt to land on or as close as possible to a target next to the stadium. The first man will jump and his parachute will open at an altitude of 2500 feet. As he com- es down a three-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

Page Two-B ANOTHER HIT Shelleman looks on ting in three fellow Arthur McKenzie wallops another base hit as teammate Joe from on deck. McKenzie was the heavy slugger in the last game bat- Tankers for scores. VI THE EASY WAY Joe Shelleman practically walks across home plate as he and his Ft. Hood teammates demolished Ft. Sill 9-2 7-0 2-1 and 11-1 in a four game sei ies. MARLBORO BARBER SHOP 699-5565 C. Young a W ilridge W. Gibson SAUNA BATH BEAUTY SHOP 699-0956 Vi Price W ith om plete Service M. DeBose M. ardem an T. Poindexter 2807 Terrace Drive Killeen om plete Barber an eauty Service For All NATURAL & AFRO (A ppointm ent O nly) "Illusion Organic Facial" APPOINTMENTS HONORED OPEN 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Closed Sun. Mon. & Holidays V' 11-1. Sfcjhr. SNS MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS "N ew Convertible Cosmetics for Women On The Go! Call for lessons: 440 Plaza MiniMall 634-0683 124 Cove Terrace Copperas Cove 547-2422 lbu’re good for more at Beneficial even as much as $2500 Phone or com in l...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

-Thursday July 3 1975 r' S I: & A full calendar of events has been planned by 2nd Armd. Div. Rec. Services. Planned and plotted to keep the athletics-minded soldier busy throughout the summer months and into early fall. As Softball play begins to wind up the due date for the letter of intent to play Water Polo at Post level is fast approaching. July 8 is the last day of entry with the contest to be held at the 2nd Armd. Div. Aug. 25-29. Due just a few days after the Water Polo let- ter is the Swimming and Diving competition letter of intent. Letter due July 16 the contest will be held July 29-30 at 2nd AD pool. Beginning almost at the same time that Post Softball will be winding up is Flag Football with a due date of July 23 league play begin- ning 19 August. This is traditionally one of the heaviest participated-in events of the year so now is not too soon to begin lining up your team and getting in the letter of intent. Soccer played at Post level will begin action Sept. 9 and...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

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

Page Six-B Pregnancy...that's a subject receiving the Army’s heartfelt attention. It is a subject wrapped in controversy and emotion. Tradi- tional ores that satisfied generations are now at loggerheads with societal change. There is no easy iddle-ground no grey area of neutrality between polarized positions. This polarization like racial prejudice intensifies when coveted perceptions collide with reality. When a servicewoman becomes pregnant some argue callously if the Army wanted you to have a baby the Army would have issued you one.” Some contend that pregnancy outside of wedlock is only an extension of women’s libera- tion from traditional bondage. Others point thier fingers sneer of sham and cloak themselves in virtue colored cliches. Army policy on pregnancy embraces none of these rather it demonstrates a quality of fair- ness and maturity that com plem ents the objec- tive of a modem volunteer force. Fairness and maturity are key words. air- ness shuns discrimination and avoi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

Thursday July 3 1975 I 9 Hands-on experience is the best experience we can get” said U. S. military Academy cadet Armin J. Cruz who hopes to use this ex- perience when he returns to West Point in August. Cruz and a fellow cadet Carlos Asencio are among a group of 11 cadets assigned to the 2nd Armd. Div. for a three-week summer training session. Cruz is assigned as a platoon leader with B” Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. while Asen- cio is a platoon leader with Trp. Both cadets participated in a recent field training exercise (FTX) in which the platoons they led were agressed by Tiger teams. This three day exercise was designed to give the two cadets hands-on experience as platoon leaders. Cruz took over as platoon leader from 1LT Gregory Douglass who acted as his supervisor during the FTX. Cruz said the FTX gave him an appreciation of the cavalry7 and armor unit as well as an un- derstanding of its mission. Through the hands on training I had a chance to put to use many of the things I ’ve ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 4 July 1975

4 Thursday. July 3. 1975 The Veterans Administration advises veterans headed for the first time this fall for classrooms under the GI Bill to act promptly if they want advance payment of educational checks. Officials noted a record 2.4 million veterans Both Distinguished Graduate and Dist- inguished Leadership Graduate awards were presented to SGT Robert W. Gift Jr. during Friday afternoon graduation ceremonies of lass 11-75 of th U.S. Army Non- commissioned Officer Academy III Corps. Sergeant Gift Jr. A Btry 2nd Bn 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. topped the other 156 graduates with an administrative score of 959 points from a possible 1000. He also earned the Dist- inguished Leadership Graduate trophy with a score of 290 out of 300 possible points. Acknowledged as honor graduates of the class were nine other servicemen. Sergeant First Class Walter Neal Btry 1st Bn 68th ADA 1st Cav. Div. was top of the honor graduates with a score of 953. The other honor graduates included SGT Kenneth L. Gre...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

VOL. 34 NO. 18 During maneuvers in Tennessee Patton said the division would be “Hell on Wheels” when it met the enemy. Distinguishing itself during the maneuvers the division earned its distinctive designation "Hell on Wheels.” With Patton’s move to the command of the 1st Armd. Corps the division saw two more commanders before combat MG Willis D. Crittenberger and MG Ernest N. Harmon. Dur- ing the Carolina maneuvers HOW under their command caught the eyes of the American people and the praise of its Commander-in- Chief President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He considered the 2nd Armd. Div. to be one of the finest combat divisions in the Army. Three months later they found themselves off the coast of French Morocco in Northwest Africa. The enemy was about to experience its first meeting with "hell on Wheels." When France fell part of its armistice agree- ment with Germany was that French Colonial forces would resist Allied attack. No one in French Morocco would react to the landing of Alli...

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

Page Two & By JONATHAN PIERCE The history of the Second United States Armored Division is one filled with honor and great personal sacrifice in the service of our nation. Although on active duty for only 35 of our Army’s 200 years “Hell on Wheels” has played an important role in the defense of freedom. Each of us may take pride in the division’s service record not in the war it waged but in the peace it won and not only in its history but in the achievements of service members today. The pages of the past are always present for us to dis- cover and remember the accomplishments which have earned for this division a place in history. But the future is always pressing demanding that we either fill its pages with notable achievements and efforts or the mun- dane and boring things of life. The interesting thing about those pages in the future is that they are being written in the present at this moment and not tomorrow or the next day. They belong to us to- day. During 1974 the divis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Thursday July 10 1975 Department of Defense has cut to 73 the number of military installations in the U.S. that may routinely provide dental care after July 1. The cutback follows a survey of 106 in- stallations that now provide such dental care on a space available basis. Routine dependent dental care is authorized only outside the U.S. and in CONUS areas where there is less than one civilian dentist per 2000 population or where geographic and/or transportation conditions present a significant problem. To be eligible for dental care a service member’s dependents must live on a military installation or in the immediate area surround- ing the installation. Dependents living outside the authorized area generally a 30-mile radius may not travel to the area for care. On a space available basis all military den- tal care facilities may provide dependents with emergency care preventive treatment and care which is related to other medical or sur- gical care. Military installations in the U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Page Four DAIO-CI Journalist Award is prsssntsd to SENTINEL for supporting Command Information and for promoting Army journalism Offlco Chief of Information Department of the Army 5 June 1975 L. GORDON HILL Major eneral GS Chief Inform ation Usually we blow our horn for or against someone or something outside our little re- alm. But this week we would like to turn our attention to a former member of this staff. As a SENTINEL feature writer SP4 Thomas V. Hart exhibited a rare talent in his ability to produce articles that made you the reader want to peruse the article. It was this talent that recently garnered Hart special honors from DA. For his efforts in producing a two-part article on prostitution in this area he was pre- sented the Department of the Army Office of the Chief of Information Journalist Award the highest honor awarded a member of this profession by the Army. For the SENTINEL it is the third such award and we extend our congratulations and appreciation to Tom for his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Thursday July 10 1975 Is any of this true Z" Seat belts do as much harm as good. SKYLARK Flying Service Inc. Killeen municipal Airport 699-1466 Week End Trips: During the long Fourth of July weekend I took tim off to attend one of those outstand- ing events that only comes along once in a great hile: a full-fledged rip-snortin’ heart- warming Armadillo wedding. Black ties optional. .* The guest list was long and impressive. Noteworthy armadillos from throughout Tex- as gathered in a leafy glade near the Lam pasas River (love that nam e) to celebrate the nupitals of the happy couple. There ust have been at least 300 guests and th a t’s a lot of armadillos in one spot neighbor. Music was provided by the Armadillo Tissue and Comb Ensem ble. This is a little known but quite professional chamber music quartet which specializes in weddings funerals and bar mitzvahs. After the brief trip but tear-provoking exchange of vows the guests sat down to a T'oyal meal of gargantuan proportions. I w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

‘‘‘Page Six I I My motto is “Seek and print good news and bad news.” That means everyone has two opportunities to make news and figuratively speaking get a pat on the back (proximity and force varying.) My appearance in your area will be unannounced and ^informal. You probably won’t know I’m there checking up on your efficiency management and friendly attitude toward your fellow soldiers and citizens. Keep your head above water. Stay in designated swimming areas. Don’t horse a ro in deep water. Swim with a buddy. Don’t drink and swim. WATCH OUT! Non-patron parkers parking in patron only parking ‘places at Casey Library will soon learn the meaning of •Article XII Section 95 paragraph 36 of the Texas Motor rv 'Vehicle Code. Don’t get caught! BATTERY DEAD? NEED A JUMP? Call on the drive of HQ4 Second Brigade Second Armored Division. The Phantom saw him doing a good 'job on his buddy’s car. He certainly deserves a pat on the back but where FOWL MOUTH Can anybody tell me if it’s true: T/...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Page Eight “MEXICAN HAT DANCE“-Angela and Leila Flores perform the traditional “Mexican Hat Dance”during the racial awareness program staged for the 1st Bn. 50th Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. Their performance came after a film entitled Viva Mexico’’ in which modern life as well as history music and religion were highlighted. Article by Rudy Juarez A “SNACK TIME” Oblivious to the whereabouts of his parents Edward Montez Jr. de- cides it is feeding time. At the moment his parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Montez are on stage performing a “Polka” dance exemplifying the culture of northern Mexico and southern Texas. Taking care of little Edward is Angela Chris Villarreal while her sister Gina Marie looks on. In a continuous effort to create un- derstanding among individuals of dif- ferent races the men of the 2nd Armd. Div. have always sought to present racial awareness programs in an enjoyable and interesting way. An example of this effort is a culturual awareness program held by one of the battalion...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 July 1975

Thursday July 10 1975 If you asked a second lieutenant who the backbone of he Army is he’ll say with gusto Second a And a commissioned officer will reply to the same question: “NGO’s.” If you ask anyone in the 2nd Armd. Div. Spt. Cmd.jnow they feel about their contributions to the division many will reply with the same word$ as their command sergeant major CSM Jamqs E. Kea: “We’re the backbone of the 2nd Armd. Div.” Noj matter who you think the backbone of the Armj^ or the division is there’s no doubt about the size of the task the support command is facejd with in supporting the division. The com- marid was appropriately dubbed “The Pillars of Hell” by one of its past commanders GEN. COi Stan. Sheridan. The command is indeed the pillars of the 2nd Armd. Div. The four battalions of DISCOM each con- tribjute in a vital and yet distinct way to the operation of the 2nd Armd. Div. While infan- trymen tankers and artillerymen train daily to maintain the division’s high degree of readi- n...

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