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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Page Eight ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR AP­ POINTMENT AS AN OFFICER IN THE REGULAR ARMY? If so ap­ plications are now being accepted. Although the U.S. Military Acade­ my continues to be a primary source of Regular Army officers it an a on vi number required annually. There­ fore a procurement program has been developed which is designed to obtain the proper number and types of officers of higher military merit through the full utilization of all sources of potential officer ma­ terial. All male commissioned officers of the Army serving on active duty who are qualified in accordance with AR 605-25 and paragraph 23 SR 605-25-1 should give serious consideration to the opportunity that is now available to them. This program permits the selec­ tion of the best qualified and most 7:00 Sign On 7:01 News and Weather 7:15 Ft. Hood Reveille 8:00 Ft. Hood News 8:10 Party Line S:15 Coffee Time S:30 Cham of Com. Speaks S:45 Western Express 9:55 News 10:00 Shops with Carole 10:30 Organ Loft FRIDAY 7:00 ...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 10 1955 Legal Directory First Nat'l Bids. LEGALS MERCHANDISE LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Strrrt and Avenue Killeen. Texas. Phone 14941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD 415 N. GraAvt0rne£i"^na" Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas ph- A mother with B.A.. drgree nurserv school oxpcrimco. Cmtac Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights fnone K-10354 SERVICES bdio. Television Service C-18 TV ANTENNAS All-channel double stark completelj in­ stalled from ground on 40-fl. telescoping mast—$45. ... "Satisfaction Guaranteed Day & Night Service—Phone Killeen l-69.il RADIO AND TV SERVICE CALL SGT. BALLARD Killeen 3747 RENTALS Apartments. Furnished D-2 HI-VUE MOTEL Belton Boulevard. Modern cabins with kitchenettes. By night or week. Reason­ able lates. Phone PR8-9i66 Temple Aportments Unfurnished D-3 FOli RENT: TWO BEDROOM HOME nice ("vclone fenced yard. May be seen 904 W. Green. Killeen. FOR RENT BRAND NEW EXTRA LARGE three room ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Page Ten v Parks Tank Hard Way Ploughs Through Wall HOLLIS Okla. (AFPS) Sgt. June Watson recently qualified in parking a tank at the local Na­ tional Guard armory the hard way. Returning from a practice spin in an M-41 tank he made a sharp turn and the driver's hatch hit him in the face. Before the stunned ser­ geant could recover the tank had ploughed through an armory wall. Score: damage to armory $1000 damage to tank S20. Christmas Cards ORES HAMS 6-on Adams Temfle Listen To KTEM News everyday at 7:30 a.m. fine car at a low car price. Hwy. 190 v. Ctffc KSb$ "HONORED GLORY"—For 34 years men in the uniform of the U.S. Army have kept watch at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery. Here Sergeant Walter A. G. Stroh- maier Corporal of the Guard center performs the ritual of the changing of the guard as Private Herbert F. Weiland Mt. Vernon N.Y. right replaces Private First Class John D. Gira of Yonkers N.Y. Each sentinel walks guard for an hour his solitary vig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

VOL. 9 No. 46 Ikf Armed Forces Will Remain Stable-Wilson WASHINGTON (AFPS) De­ fense Secretary Charles E. Wilson has predicted that military strength and expenditures will remain about the same for the "nearby years." Mr. Wilson made this statement at a press conference here the day after his return from Denver where he discussed the defense situation with the convalescing President Ei­ senhower. Present defense department fig­ ures call for 2850000 personnel in he armed forces by June 30 1956. Ihe defense budget for the 1956 iscal year was $34.5 billion. The defense secretary said "that the present military pro­ gram is one of "maintaining great military strength." He declared it was necessitated by the present world situation in which he could not foresee any change. At the same time Mr. Wilson made public his defense guide­ lines for the 1956 and 1957 fiscal years which were released to the service secretaries earlier. He said that if this guide was properly implemented by the se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Page Two HEADQUARTERS Maneuver Director—The purpose of Exercise SAGE BRUSH is to increase the capability of Air Force and Army units and individuals to perform combat missions and to operate jointly against numerically superi­ or air and ground units. Another purpose is the testing of new type troop-field units operational con­ cepts technique procedures and weapons. All of these are important goals and the military establishment must continually apply new scien­ tific technological advances to war­ fare. In some instances these ad­ vances appear to have relegated the individual soldier and airman to a secondary role. There is one branch however EXERCISE SAGEBRUSH Service in two Armies as well as professor in medical schools both Europe and United States is the record of Major Werner P. Koella III Corps Flight Surgeon and Commanding Officer of the Medical Detachment. The 38-year-old Doctor served in the Swiss Army from the age of 19 until he came to the U.S. in 1951 rising from Priv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Thursday*^ 17 1955 *'Tarantula9 Stimulates ^Seience-Eiction hover By SIEGFRIED LOBEL "Tarantula" is another indict­ ment of the thirst for wisdom and the pursuit of knowledge. A profes­ sor Leo G. Carroll is working on a concentrated formula designed to accelerate the growing and matui'- ing of human beings a trait most desirable in women and poli- titians respectively—and solve the plaguing food problem in that a few drops of the concoction would feed for decades to come. Taran­ tula a healthy and growing spider gets injected and grows and grows and when he'll stop nobody knows. Finally Tarantula-rather large as spiders go is a hundred feet high which definitely takes him out of the variety you might accidental­ ly step on. Being the largest spider around what more appropriate romping place for it than the roll­ ing desert sands of Texas? At this time we find John Agar he do to iv in a bundle of biological perfection Mara Corday to a laboratory where she is to resume post-grad­ uat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Page Four FIELD ALICE GORMLEY ton East 42nd Street ssf rublislien In the Interest of the military anfl civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and •tatemonrt. reflecte. In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under nc circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute Department of Defens* of the products ot services advertised. J"""er _*"J publication shoul'l be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 35113. This is not an official army newspaper however this publt Mtion reeeives Armed l'orces Press Service material and papers are authorized reprint non-copyrtphted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent tos Business Office. P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas •uDscrlptlon off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 17 1955 -JPL Wm S'\\s iillli «tadi&A ^JwMpA Qjoidh Oct 'witk& --Sunday School AJROUND THE POST By RUTH ELLIOTT In the November issue of theU.S Lady is a good list of "Don'ts good for every service wife to study. In case you do not take the U.S. Lady get your subscription now from a member of the NCO Wives' Club. Mrs. Thomas Mus ton 43235 Mrs. Hamaker K-4692 and Mrs. Seth Osborn K-12221 will take your subscription. Capt. Gene Lloydm still sweat­ ing out some overseas orders says business is good at the Officers Club these days. Bingo with nur& ery bill paid for by the club has been going great guns. For Thanks giving a dinner with all the trim' mings will be served. Why eat hamburgers at home when you can have Thanksgiving with friends at the club? But make your reser­ vations at once to be sure of the best. Mr. and Mrs. Nalo La very were weekend visitors of Mrs. A. Webster this weekend. The Lav- erys are from Niagara Falls. N.Y and have been travelling in M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Page Six SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona One For Your Scrapbook Candidates for the United States Olympic team trials in wrestling rowing gymnastics and horseback riding are urged to apply through channels to The Adjutant General Department of the Army as soon as possible. Trials in these sports will be held in the spring and the AG's Sports Branch is anxious to get all applications in so that they may be ap­ proved or disapproved by the Army and the Olympic committees con­ cerned. The final Olympic trials in free style wrestling will be held in late April and the final trials in Greco-Roman wrestling in late May. Gym­ nastics is set for April 27-28 rowing for June 28-30 and riding for March 20-25. —oOo— Fourth Army Tourneys Schedule The 1956 Fourth Army tournaments schedule in order of date: Wrestling—Feb. 7-10 Fort Hood Tex. Men Basketball—Feb. 27- March 4 Fort Hood Tex. Men (Class A and Class AA) women Bowl­ ing—March 20-23 Fort Sill Okla. Men and women Triathlon—May 19-21 Fort Sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 17 1955 O O A Roundup By RUSS JORDAN Coach Malley's Hood Tankers who meet the Comets of Brooke Army Hospital at San Antonio Saturday in the game that can give them the Fourth Army grid crown have presented a well balanced at­ tack in their six games this fall. In scoring 147 points while winning five and dropping one fifteen different players have gotten into the scoring column. Four ends have scored at least one touchdown two guards have also been credited with points and nine Tanker ball-carriers have produced extra points or crossed the double stripe. And the highest scorer on the team has only 23 points to give an indication of how the points are spread among the fifteen who have scored. Quarterback Jim Riddle who got thirteen points last week against Sheppard AFB on two touchdowns and one conversion heads the scoring column. Fullback Steve Meilinger is next with 18 followed by halfbacks Sammy Hopson and Carl Mayes with 15 and 14 respec­ tively. A dozen Tanker back...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Page Eight 7:00 7:01 7:15 8:00 8:10 8:] 5 8:30 8:45 9:55 10:00 10:30 Corporal Finishes USAFI Hi School EXERCISE SAGE BRUSH La. —Some 22 months ago Corporal William K. Kauther of Flint Mich. then an Army recruit de­ cided to use his offduty hours in furthering his education. He had a 9th grade education and his goal was a High School Diploma. On the morning of Nov. 10 Bill Gauther now a tank commander in the First Armored Division's 100th Tank Battalion had his hopes realized when he received his diploma sent directly to the maneuver area in Louisiana from the United States Armed Forces Institue (USAFI) at Madison Wis. "I didn't know what to expect when my commanding officer called me into his tent" said the hard-studying tanker. "But when he placed that USAFI envelope in my hand and congratulated me there was no need for explana­ tions." Recalling the many nights he spent behind a desk instead of go­ ing to the movies or participating LIVELY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM IN THE NEW CHEVROLE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Thurgday Nov. 17 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 4th Street and Avenue Killeen Texas. Phone 14941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1S5J_ SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law Temple Texas First Nat'l Bldg. ph- 3-52o4 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Building 4th & Me- Phone 4.t91 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building .„oVray Phone -jbSl ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals nurserv school experience. Contact oJ4 Estelle Ave. Killeen Heights. Phone K-10354. SERVICES loby Sitters C-l WANTED: DAYTIME BABY SI 11ER. every Tuesday and Friday morning and for an occasional afternoon. McNair Vil­ lage. Call Mrs. Griffin. 36251. Transportation C-l 4 WANTED: RIDER TO KNOXYILLE. Tennessee. Will depart December 14 or 16 In 1942 Chewy. Have plenty of avail­ able space. See Pvt. Donalt Lewis. 4005th Enl. Det. SU. (No drunks or squares^ Radio Television Service C-l 8 TV ANTENNAS All-channel doubl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Ten 15° ill!! nm 11*1111 II 1II ol^acfeoiceof^faundry .70" imperii SEi WGoW BUY YOUR New-Lift-To-Living Frigidaire Appliance ON EASY TERMS Make your Selection Now. Come in for your FREE GIFT 0" HaugeS* outside and look You vaVl be °Vlth «»ote A^blen0" cm***** PLENTY OF EASY PARKING HIGHWAY 190 A to S TOE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS BELL FURNITURE CO. Invites you to come in on the fabulous FRIG ID AIRE ft "FREE- FORAU Introducing the new lift to living Frigidoire Appliances You may win See the 1956 Frigidaire Cold-Pantry See its amazing Ice-Ejector pop the ice cubes right into a storage bin. They stay frosty- dry and you've never touched them. See its clever Decorator Panel "change color" to your kitchen decor. See its separate "Roll- to-You" food freezer below that stores a month's supply of frozen foods. See it all in glorious new colors. KILLEEN a new 1956 Cadillac Convertible or complete new Frigidaire Lift to Living Kitchen and Laundry. New Buick Riviera... Chevrolet Statio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

YOUfZ. OU'RE ON THE THANKSGIVING PASS. LIST CAN'T you f— MAKE IT b-'-ih V. 1 IN TIME .:«f® FOR THE PACTy- M0mL ROUND TRIP TICKET BY SCHEDULED AIRCOACH IS ONLY A LITTLE OVER IM SO GLAD COULD BE AT JTHE RALLY AND THE DANCE AND WHAT A GAME RED IS PLAYING.' 5} GETTIN' WRITE SSii FRAID NOT. THE RALLY AND DANCE ARE WEDNESDAY NITE AND MY PASS DOESN'T START UNTIL 3 :30 WEDNESDAY. AFTERNOON. GENTLEMEN I'VE GOT IT leave MAD_ AT 4-'4-5 AND ARRIVE AT 6:50. SO THE. SARGE HAD THE RIGHT DOPE EH YOU I'D HAVE MlSSEP HALF THE FUN IF I HADN'T 4 OVER AGAIN AMERICAN HALFBACK I JUST HEARD YOU GUYS TALKING ABOUT THE BIG GAME FIRST KNEW YOU'RE *RED" MORGAN'S BROTHER. ALASKA AIRLINES ALLEGHENY AIRLINES AMERICAN AIRLINES BONANZA AIR LINES BRANIFF AIRWAYS CAPITAL AIRLINES CENTRAL AIRLINES COLONIAL AIRLINES SURE AM/ SARGE. WANT MY __ AUTOGRAPH BET YOU'RE GONNA ENJOY SEEING HIM IN THE THANKSGIVING GAME AGAINST STATE. BOTH TEAMS ARE UNDEFEATED. ON A CHECK MAYBE BUT SERIOUSLY WHY DON'T YOU FLY HOME AND TAKE IN TH...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

VOL.1 ISBi§» NOVEMBER 1955 IAI--ER-TRVING OUT A LITTLE EXPERI­ MENT-- wmm ^S^S^WK!!HlmWF^ COPy^lGHT-1955". W.B. BRADBURV CO. 219 EAST STREET w.y 17 N.y i\\V iHPi ^7 WOULD y0U MIND ~mmf CALLING' OUT IP* 'AHOy.fHERgr

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

I'M HEAPIN' FOR MY BUNK ANDBROTHER I'M JUST 60W6- TO UE THERE ANP RELAX* BOY SURE W6H I COULP PO THAT. ^fARLtSS^OSDICK IF NOUSE CAN LICK CUR-c**uCK*£f- NEW MEMBER TH' WHOLE GANG WILL SURRENDER 3^1 CPimE A.C ANG 1 FOSDlCK.? COMPANY HALT WHO'S 6T0PPIMG YOU/ PHINEA6? NOBOPY CROCK JUST NEVER UEARNEp I I HOVJ TO f^BLAX. PO YOU KNOW WHAT TIME IT 16CORPORAL? IT'S TIME MY PAUGHTER WA6 SLEEPING/ OUCH.?- MV SHREWD LEGAL SENSE TELLS ME THIS FIGHT »S-G°»-P£'-NOT ENTIRELY FAIR//— BUT— Z'tfWM YOU NO/ AS HAVEN'T?) SOON A AS START... OH 6HE WENT TO BEP AN HOUR A60 •NEAT HAIR (W/TH WtLOHOOT CREAM-OIL) GIVES ME CONFIDENCE? WILDROOT CREAMOIL TNI NAM •UIVIL MTNIU HM0VI1 H^. MUMUH WILDROOT CREAM-OIL COMPANY '-V. PHEW.'ALL I NEED DISMISSED/ )ARE SOMEROU* 8 & -—IF-1 ANP1 COULP EAT MY FEET. AFTER THAT TWENTY MILE HIKE THEY FEEL LIKE A COUPLE OF HOT P06S ..1 AUWAYS FALL FAST A6Le^P/ JUST WANTEP TO SEE THE ENP OFT«l6 PICTURE CONTAINS NATURE'S LANOUN/T-RELIEVES DRYNESS.'.'-REMOVES LOOSE -U GH!?- DANDRUFF/...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

FAMOUS LAST WORDS JU5T A SECOND IT'S OKAY BARNACLE.'WHERE AL-X'VE SOT O'YOU THIKJli YOU'RE SHORE LEAVE.' 5 SOING? *v 5EAMAM AMW.COH U.S. MAW 3 C^iT7' X'-V -TUT HEY/ WAIT A MINUTE! TOUGH LUCK YOU MADE A MISTAKE BARNACLE/ ADDIN6 THIS UP.' PYOU SHOULD'YE ADDED IT BEFORB A LIGHT TRIM AROUNP THE EARS PLEASE.' OM." «"M. Px BARBERSHOP PRICE LIST HAIRCUT .75 SHAVE .25 SHAMPOO .25 THAT'S NOT WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT.' TODAYS PAY PAY/ A NO HERE'S A LIST OF THE D0U6H YOU BORROWED FROM ME.' THEN YOU MEAN YOU SORRY KID- WON'T DO ANYTHIN6 THAT'S THE ABOUT IT At? —WAY THE BALL fe BOUNCES/HOPE THERE'S NO HARD FEELIN6S.' mip Vifji'iil sT K'.Ani $5.0° .&r 1 "I'VE NEVER BEEN FOLLOWED By A BUSH BEFORE/" attention! WILL BE PAIP FOR EACH OF THE BEST ORIGINAL CARTOONS OR IPEAS SUBMITTED BY SERVICEMEN EVERY ISSUE. SORRY BUT NO MATERIAL CAN BE RETURNED? UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY A STAMPEP SELF-APPRESSEP ENVELOPE.] SEND YOUR BRAINSTORMS TO: ARMEP FORCES FEATURES 219 EAST 44W ST. NGN YORK CITY N.Y. 50 HOyV ABOU...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

Li ?w rl* THIS MAN LOOKS I LITTLE VO HORRIBLE-PUT _/THEY KNOW/ HIM IN BED X7THIS IS HOW HE" .IMMEDIATELY/ JlALWAYS LOOKS/ CALLING- ALL DOCTORS// ww/after ALL THAT REALLY AM SICK. ytmm 7 HI*)- lb J®. . OH(V\y 18ACK-H£CK!T OHM- ACRINfr I VI0U MEAN NOT BACK .(f FEET/ THIS I I'LL BE RIGHT VJ BACK.// Boy ™Ui!Mm. /HOLD THAT THERMOMETER. IN YOUR MOUTH mmmm I THOUGHT YOU QV YS WERE ON A 2.0 MILE" SPEED MARCH// -f"if «H*i V^-JV ttv *s! OK.UJELL- HIKES REALLY DO MAKE ME ILL THIS GNT IS SO OLD IT SHOULD BE ON A PENSION A SICK CALL w- wi nfjmmm bifif'' (ir ^Rjrf i^M 0£ 1 &S& -V.'fc-v? i"^C 'fe''v-v -iNf w-'.'S-At ?a?/s 1 -"4 IT RAINED SO THEY CALLED IT OFF WE'RE ALL GOINa- TO THE SERVICE' rf'i ^7/MT msmsm

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

•JM .:* JIJM MMM* JTNLFI-' IjiSr. I OUS MMMMRNM WHO TMTJ@**S RNE AIK. evewwp^ eR"WN$ 1 *WJHRSa^ *'''«ffc $A&I %!& V-" Kfe: 1 American Armed Forces Features is a supplement especially prepared for this newspaper and ii published by W. B. Bradbury Company 219 East 44th Street New York 17 N. Y. In the interests of Armed Forces personnel. Policies and statements reflected in the pages of American Armed WW DPaT V?U GO 9AC4^ fO TK6 a^0 &n>£ voNoeR »pi A jf l1! ft I *ISW .yV/V^V£''/ *7 MAJORYOWT RUSSGU* -ARMS- SETECREO FOB. THI*D STRAIGHT TIME TO TCEPFTESEMT U.S. IN AT Forces Features represent views of the individual writers or the publisher and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the various Services. Advertising appearing in this publication dooft Ml indicate indorsement by the various Services of any of the products or services offered. %SQ XHB MAJOR WAS RUE RFCSF VANI^ E\TE*. VIM R«A A&A KHAN tKOPHY. Olympic WHA1 PIP I WERVO TO Y0U1TF FYFYP RECRUITI...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 November 1955

SEPT. COL. DAVID LARR A MEMBER OF GENERAL MAC ARTHUR'S STAFF WA5 ON A LOW LEVEL RECONNAISANCE MISSION OVER THE EASTERN PART OF ENEMY HELD NEW GUINEA WHEN HIS SMALL SLOW AIRPLANE BEGAN TO ACT UP. WE'RE DEEP IN ENEMY TERRITORY. SEE IF YOU CAN BRING HER DOWN IN THAT FIELD COVERED WITH THE TALL GRASS. Uri ©ED -TO ESCAPE JUST '-WERE ABOUT CAPTURE THEM. THE STORY ORCOU DAVID LARR ©UT THE JAPS SPOTTED THEM... i. "r v. ®N THE RETURN TRIP COL. LARR TOOK PART IN MACHINE SUNNING JAPANESE SOLDIERS ON A VITAL TRAIL BEING USED BY THE ENEMY. mo EVEN THOUGH THEY KNEW THE ENEMY WA5 CLOSING IN ON THEM COL. LARR AND HIS MEN KEPT CALM AND SET ABOUT MAKING THE REPAIRS. THEY WORKED THROUGH THE NIGHT AND... SrMiti it ny WE HAVE NO CHOICE! WE'LL HAVE TO LAND TO MAKE EMERGENCY REPAIRS. W PE5PITE HIS NARROW ESCAPE COL. LARR THE NEXT DAY VOLUNTEERED TO PARTICIPATE AGAIN IN AKECONNAISSANCE MISSION OVER ENEMY TERRITORY ACTING AS OBSERVER AND FRONT GUNNER. ffnc Li ic. OUTSTANDING COURAGE AND BRAVERY UNDER ENEMY ...

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