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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Eight-A The 2nd Armd. Div. conducts all types of training for all types of soldiers. Each is unique in that it has a special purpose to ready men for combat. Equally unique is the training undertaken by the aero-rifle platoon of “D” Trp. 2nd Sqdn. 1st Cav. During certain segments of training it is not unusual to find its men hanging by a rope from a 50-foot tower from a helicopter hover- ing 100 feet over the ground or from a rocky mountain cliff out in the Belton Lake area. The art of rappelling is practiced by the men of the aero-rifle platoon to enable its men to carry out their assigned mission. The mission could involve being airlifted and inserted into enemy territory to conduct guerrilla type warfare. The aero-rifle platoon has been employed successfully to conduct missions of this type during Operational Readiness Training Tests (ORTT’s) and other field exercises. Rappelling practice is conducted at the rap- pelling tower. Rappelling at the 50-foot tower is much like wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Thursday July 17. 1975 til- The First Team’s Division Support Com- mand have been asked to increase troop Chemical Biological Readiness training. A FORSCOM message requesting all comman- ders in DISCOM participate has increased the troop CBR training. DISCOM has responded to the request by training the members of this command to ef- fectively accomplish their mission while wear- ing the M17-A1 protective mask. To devleop confidence in the mask a graduated training How important is your pay check to you? 'What about the new stereo component set you ‘paid $800 for or that eight-track tape deck you just installed in your 1974 Grand Prix? What’s it all really worth to you.' Prom the looks of things not very much"! In the first five months of this year alone there have been approximately 78 barracks larcenies in the 2d Armd. Div. with valuables estimated at $11800. Doesn't this sound like so- meone has been careless? The division’s Provost Marshall’s office and the 502nd MP Co. are ready...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Ten-A The infantrymen of the 1st Bn. 50th Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. have recently experienced the de- vastating power that can be mustered through combined arms training. “Through combined arm training the in- fantry armor air defense artillery and as- sault helicopters are combined to muster the most powerful sophisticated combat tool in the U.S. Army” said MAJ Hector Villarreal 1/50 Inf. executive officer. Villarreal explained that with this fire power the ground commander has the capability to bring the most destructive and accurate punch to the enemy in the battlefield regardless of the range or distance to his location. PACE NEWSOM & MOATES Inc. Ladies Poly Knit PANTS 3 Includ es irre and 1 st quality name brands. 8 to 18. Pullon style 3”-4” Vol. irSHORTS Super savings on jpullon or zip-ups. ISolids/prints. 5- 115. JEANS 's MO Reg. 11” Famous bran s. Smart checks! Siz- es 29-38. I Boys' Reg. 3” WALK SHORTS N iron poly a cotton 7 to 14. Men's SWIM WEAR s3 Vol. to $7 rs rfe rs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Thursday July 17 1975 VIWe’ll the Army. 5 Basa feels pretty good about her husband being in “I love to travel and that’s one of the things I love about John being in the Army. We got married a few months before he reenlisted. Now he’s on orders for Europe and we’ll be spending our first anniver- sary there. If it hadn’t been for the Army we wouldn’t have made it. “Of course the travel is just one of the things I like about the Army. The medical care is great too. The first time I went to the Army doctors they really treated me well they really cared. “I thought it was great that John reenlisted. I’m happy with the Army and so is he. e’s a Bandsman. In the Army he can continue his musical education while he’s doing something he loves. In fact we’re so happy with the Army I’ve thought about enlisting myself’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL. FORT HOOD. TEXAS IP IIitP il %'H ^ssl vs & W* be spending our anniversary in Europe!’ ^-'VV 'v mrnm^ V si5 rAt S 1 iV V\ *& W^v* Todays Army gets bet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

age Twelve-A A man sits in a store in Killeen sur- rounded by vacuum cleaners he is trying to sell. He talks about the land as it was before 1942 and how it came to be Ft. Hood. His name is Bazel D. Blackwell. He is a retired Civil Service fireman who worked at Ft. Hood for almost 30 years before re- tiring in 1971. Blackwell talks about the land and tries not to sound bitter about how farms that were in his family for more than 100 years were taken over in 1942 to form part of Camp Hood. This man has a message for the lan- downers caught in the current effort to ac- quire ore land for t. Hood. His message is: cool it things are not nearly so bad as they may seem now. The next time members of the 62nd Engr. Bn. go to the field for training. they’ll be drinking some pretty strong stuff. With the help of unit model 1500-2600 better known as a portable purification unit these soldiers will be able to drink dirty stream water otherwise considered “unfit” for human consumption. According...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Thursday July 17 1975 By RUDY PURIFICATO Take the roughness of soccer season with the finesse of basketball sprinkle football tac- tics lightly and generously mix a few ice hockey rules. The resultant concoction is called team handball and its popularity is rapidly rising throughout the Army and the na- tion. Orginating in Germany following the turn of the century the game was introduced to the United States in 1970 and became an Army- level sport at Forts Hood and Bragg. Unlike its namesake a familiar game played by four people in an enclosed cubicle with a spongy hard-rubber ball team handball is usually played on a regulation hard-surface court averaging 131 feet in length and 65 feet in width. A maximum of twelve players con- stitute a team. Popular elements of many sports are in- corporated in team handball such as a slightly smaller soccer ball soccer goal nets body blocking dribbling and forward passing of the ball substitution of player “on the fly” (while •«4^w‘sr Entry fee...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Two-B BY GORDON PIKE What started out as a jest ended up in a joust last Wednesday at the Mini-dome softball field. The joust which is the first of its kind for the .Cav. will now be an annual affair in the division. The joust was a slow pitch softball game between the division’s CSMs and the commanding officers (LTC and above). The jest was a comment from MG Julius W. Becton Jr. 1st Cav Division commander who felt that the commanding officers in the division could stand their own against the division CSM in a softball game. With that in mind the two teams went to arms. In above 90 degree temperature the officers who had dubbed themselves the 1st Cav. Horses emerged on to the playing field. I Finance blasts AG for softball win By RUSS STANFIELD Jackpot!!! On a perfect Friday afternoon for softball at Gilliam Field 502nd Finance Co. conducted a 40-minute softball audit which left the 502nd AG Co. speechless. The divisonal championship slow pitch softball game was won by 502nd Fi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

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

Page Four-B HOI 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. Officers wives of 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. met in the home of CPT and Mrs. Charles Prewitt for a monthly coffee. Mrs. Prewitt provided a pizza lunch for the wives and Mrs. Don Thomas gave a demonstration in Reverso Print. Mrs. Donald Valz made several announce- ments. Mrs. Charles Plymale is taking re- Iservations for the Tea on July 31 for General and Mrs. Robert Fair. General Fair’s change 'of command ceremony will be August 4 1975. The battalion will help provide cookies for the 2nd Armd. Div. chapels. 1 1st Bn. 92nd FA A farewell luncheon in honor of Mrs. Gustav T. Lydahl was recently held in the home of Mrs. Dan Stephenson. An engraved silver wine cooler was present- ed as a special farewell gift to Mrs. Lydahl by ihe officers wives of the battalion. Pictures of members of the battalion as well as other momentos were also given. The corsage worn by Mrs. Lydahl was creat- ed by Mrs. Peter Gotowko. Lieutenant Colonel Gustav Lydahl battalion commander an...

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

Thursday July 17 1975 Thursday July 17 12N Belly Dance class Academic Dr Rec Ctr 2 p.m. Jr. EM Wives Club meeting Academic Dr Rec Ctr 6:30 p.m. Name That Tune contest NFH Rec Ctr 7:30 p.m. Hawaii Movies Academic Dr Rec Ctr. Bridge class Live show featuring On- tario Vernon Thomas Fid- dlers’ Green Rec Ctr. Dance class WFH Rec Ctr THURSDAY SUNDAY ONDAY 13 |x O" ■III (9 O I Z? I* 21 SUNDAY MONDAY MINI DOME NCO CLUB 22 29 O 14 Mini Dome O RESERV A TIO N S NOW! 24 26 JET EXPRESS THURSDAY 31 NIGHT SPECIAL NATURAL TIMES TUESDAY WEDNESDAY MAKE YOUR PARTY LUNCH STEAK CUT I S Friday July 18 4 p.m. Bicycle clinic ld- dlers’ Green Rec Ctr 6:30 p.m. Bid Whist tourna- ment NFH Rec Ctr 7:30 p.m. Wine Making night Academic Dr Rec Ctr. July Birthday Party WFH Rec Ctr FRIDAY^ CLUB VIEWING Main NCO Club TUESDAY WEDNESDAY FROM 1 1 0 0 1300 21 13 LUNCH 2 2 FROM 11 0 0 1300 LUNCH FROM 1100 1300 SUNDAY MONDAY •■PICK A SU ITA BLE NAME FOR THE I SNACK BAR AND WIN A S2S.00 SAVINGS BO N ." IN UIRE WITH THE M...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Eight-B Catholic info program The Catholic Information Program continu- ing through the end of July is still accepting registrations. Sessions are conducted Monday thru Thurs- day from 9 to 11 a.m. The sessions are held at the Religious Education Center (Bldg. 443). Arts and crafts music games and instruction are featured. A penitential service is planned for Thurs- day July 17. Additional information about the program can be obtained by contacting Fred Jones at 685-6027 or 685-4904. Catholic SIP The Catholic Summer Information Program (SIP) including a total of 16 sessions will be held at the Religious Education Center (Bldgs. 440 443) beginning July 7. This month long Catholic education effort will be held from 9-11 a.m. Monday thru Thursday. Courses will be offered for preschool youngsters ages four and five through ninth grade the general theme is “Taste and see how good the Lord is. Registration is now being conducted at the Religious Education Center (Bldg. 443) from 8 a....

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Thursday July 17 1975 “Are you an Army an?” asked a freckled face boy of about seven to Army photographer SP5 John Tyler of Ft. Hood. Moving in closer to get abetter look at the instrument in Tyler’s hand the lad stared at the long barrel of the camera lens on ler’s Olumpus OM1. CHANGE OF COMMAND A change of command ceremony was held Tuesday affecting the Sp. Trps. Bn. In the ceremonial gesture of passing the colors LTC Robert Ebbole relinquished his command to LTC William Lytle. In a departure from most change of com- mand ceremonies the battalion also received a new name. It is now redesignated as Operation Support Battalion (Provisional). The re designation was directed by higher head- quarters and added 100 people to the battalion. HIGH RE-UPS Congratulations go to all members of the COSCOM for their outstanding support of the COSCOM Reenlistment Program. Opns. Spt. Bn. (Prov) finished June with a 460.53 percentage and 4th Qtr. with 327.27 but the 1st Pers. and Admin. Bn. held o...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Ten-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 "We Don't Give Up Until You Get it B& W W A E SERV ICE. For ore inform ation call 532-5079 9 AM to 5 PM. ________________ (7-24)_ WANTED 8 O rw eig W omen from rt Hood for July to participate in a re- ducing program Must be at least 10 pounds overweight to qualify. Call 526-8554. _________ (7-30)_ ’Personals SWAP WANTED Spec. 4 Joe L. Aguilar Infantry MOS 11B20TL ants to exchange with any soldier with same rank and MOS from Killeen to Fort Rilev Kansas. Call 512-735-3346. BUSINESS SERVICES N urseries K'garten 036 IL E E N N RSERY and hild are enter. Licensed birth to 12 Vears. Weekly and hourly rate. Open in the morning until 3 in the orn- in fo ie 203 W washington stre et. 634-7431._________ ^Radio TV Service 044 a rand New 19 inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Dav Week or Month. Come bv and Make «Your S le tio from O ur a rg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier Ave. illeen ...................

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Thursday July 17 1975 The regular monthly Veterans Employment Seminar Program (VESP) will be held Friday July 25 at the Hideaway Club. The program will be from 8 to 11:30 a.m. “Job Opportunities and How to Land Them” will be the theme of the program. The VESP seminars provide insights on resume prepara- tion job interview techniques and veterans benefits. Since space at the seminars is limited con- tact the Referral Office at 685-2028 or 685-7087. Success Motivation Institute Wednesday Aug. 6 Dick Rusk development director for Success Motivation Institute will speak \yith interested persons about careers in a sales organization. The company head- quarters in Waco specializes in knowledge education and communications. Contact the Referral Office to register for in- terviews. The interviews will be conducted Operation “New Patriots” was an effort to bring 2nd Bn. 58th Inf. 2nd Arm. Div. to full strength this month by reassigning soldiers from units that are over-strength in the divisi...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 July 1975

Page Twelve-B When most soldiers go before a promotion board they spend several evenings polishing their shoes and brass placing their decorations on their uniform just so making sure they will look perfect when appearing before that all- important board. Not so for SGT Jimmy Scott of “D” Co. 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. When Jimmy had his board for promotion to E-6 the board came to him rather than his going to the board. And in- stead of tan khakis he was wearing the pale blue pajamas issued to patients in Darnall Army Hospital. After injuring his knee in a motorcycle acci- dent Scott found himself in DAH for several weeks. When the date for his promotion board rolled around the members of the board de- cided to interview him in the hospital. "To the best of my knowledge this is the first time this has ever been done here” said LTC Bruce S. MacDonald Commander of the 48th Med. Bn. A 2nd Armd. Div. cook combined a touch of serving finesse with a dash of delicious cuisine to provide...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Tyler) 75 POUNDS UNDERWEIGHT—This handsome St. Bernard dog was starved by his former owners. In spite of his undernourished condition the majestic traits of his breed show through. Such animals are available for adoption to homes which offer better con- ditions and treatment than his previous owners. (Photo by SP5 J. Tyler) ANOTHER RESULT OF ANIMAL NEGLECT Young Sandy Fasthorse was attacked by a German Shepherd dog running loose at night in her Ft. Hood neighborhood. She underwent twro hours of repair surgery to her face and upper body requiring over 30 stitches. This accident was a direct result of the dog’s owner failing to properly secure his animal. (Photo by J. Tyler) VICTIM OF ABUSE Cheeta the chihuahua resides at the Cen-Tex Humane Society Animal Shelter because no one wants a dog that has scars from being inundated by scalding coffee. This animal’s case of mistreatment is typical of many received at the local shelter. (Photo by J. VOL. 34. NO. 20 Pet abuse By RICHARD A. BOLL...

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

Page Two-A When Lord Cornwallis allowed his Hessian mercenary troops to overindulge and get drunk while celebrating Christmas 1776 he set the stage for the downfall of the British Empire in America. While the unwary Hessians were celebrating George Washington’s Continental Army crossed the Delaware River and captured Trenton the day after Christmas. This victory was the first of a series that led to the ultimate victory of the Continen- tal Army. Alcohol was also partly responsible for at least one of the incidents that precipitated the Revolutionary War the Boston Tea Party. Historians claim considerable numbers of participants built up their nerve in nearby grog shops. When presidential advisors complained that General Ulysses Grant the only successful union general drank too much President Lincoln is reported to have replied “Find out his brand of whiskey and send a barrel to our other generals.” About 15 years before The Civil War alcohol actually became a political issue. By 18...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Thursday July 24 1975 THIS 1 PV2 Johnny Hus pell “C” Btry 2/5 They need to stop all the fighting. Some people get a few drinks and they get rowdy. Everytime I go to the club so- meone is getting shot there it’s dangerous. Somebody should do something about it. Maybe get something. a few MP’s or car€ By GLENN E. FESS Businessmen housewives families campers students racers economy- minded motorists these people have changed the stereotyped picture of a leather jacketed greasy haired motorcyc- le rider whining down the highway. re is no th a ost motorcyclists derive great pleasure from motorcycles. However the ever- increasing number of cyclists mandates an increased need for safety and an awareness that motorcycles must be respected and driven alertly and de- fensively. During the last 14 years registered motorcycles in the United States have in- creased nearly 800 per cent. Although they constitute less than 4 per cent of all vehicles they are involved in 11 per cent of all accidents...

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