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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

fPage Four-A 4 America what a wonderful place to live. America is known to be one of the strongest countries in the world strong in industry mighty in Armed Forces almost technologically intact. Almost you say? Man has solved almost every problem for the begin- nings of written history by first understanding his pro- blem and endeavoring to undertake its solution. Then why is it that we are still baffled by vending machines? Those servants of mankind that give to us through the use of legal tender sodas candy potato chips combs bubblegum and a slew of other fast food and convenience articles. Some folks say it is a aster plan by industry to un- dermine the American public by making them totally dependent for their survival through vending achines. Some say it is the machines that are rising in revolt because of their exploitation by human beings istreat- ment from children and lack of maintenance by the owners. The fact of the matter is that just about everywhere you go nowadays you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Thursday July 24. 1975 Gas Price .$ .50 MPG 15 What a weekend. I served as a judge for the annual Miss Armadillo beauty pageant. Frankly I ex- hausted from my duties. All that armadillo beauty parading around was almost more than this old codger could stand. The contest was divided into three major parts: talent personality and the wearing of abbreviated shells. so as to show off the figure. Some of those chicks were really built. The talent competition was the toughest in recent years most of us agreed. The girls did everything from twirling batons with their tails to dancing the old soft shoe to tradi- tional tunes such as “Walking My Armadillo Back Home.” The most interesting aspect of the contest to me was the time spent interviewing the girls. We judges asked them about their hobbies plans for the future and in one or two notable cases their telephone numbers. I have to admit that some of the girls were not too bright. I mean they had nice smiles PHANTOM My motto is “Seek and p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Page Six-A By John Degel In a continuing study of the combat role of mine-countermine measures researchers at MASSTER (Modem Army Selected Systems I Test Evaluation and Review) are examining two helicopter-delivered systems which can be utilized to quickly and efficiently clear enemy minefields and emplace “friendly” minefields. The two systems FAESHED (Fuel Air Ex- plosive System Helicopter Delivered) and the M56 Mine Dispersing Subsystem are similar in methods of preparation and delivery the tests are being run concurrently in an effort to reduce manpower requirements and costs. An estimated 40 per cent reduction in man hours and equipment usage will be saved as well as an approximate $10000 to $16000 in costs. FAESHED is a newly developed coun- termine measure designed to breach a minefield without causing the craters ususally resulting from an explosive-type demolition charge. The FAESHED is a modified Navy bomb containing three bomblets. Each bomblet contains 72 pounds of ethyl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Page Eight-A Thursday July 24 12N Belly Dance instruc- tion Academic Dr. Rec Ctr 6:30 p.m. Sould Music Re- quest Night—NFH Rec Ctr 7:30 p.m. Dirt Riders Club meeting: Ping Pong tourney: Belly Dance instruction Academic Dr Rec Ctr. Talent Show Bridge class Fid- dlers’ Green Rec Cts. Modern Dance instruciton WFH Rec Ctr THURSDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 07 §S U) (A IM |4| uj 2T I* 0 gg 5 SI 20 Main NCO Club TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 3 S it S* cc *3 0 *1 ac ui si 27 28 SUNDAY MONDAY MINI DOME NCO CLUB 27 RESERVATIONS NOW! O 14 3 UJ LUNCH •■PICK A SUITABLE NAME FOR THE I SNACK BAR AND WIN A $75.00 SAVINGS BOND.” INQUIRE WITH THE MANAGER "CONTEST IS LIMITED TO MEMBERS I ONLY" SUNDAY MONDAY I WEST FORT HOOO NCO CLUB I EDDY a CARROL I SWEET ft COUNTRY UI 22 Friday July 25 6:30 p.m. Film Night WFH Rec Ctr 7:30 p.m. Yankee Gambl- ing Night Academic Dr Rec Cts. Square Dance Night Fiddlers’ Green Rec Ctr. paint by Music Night WFH Rec Ctr. PRIDAW*0 CLUB VIEWING 5 8 Is 16 22 iiiip* THURSDAY FRIDAY 3 4 BACK FOR YOU...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Thursday July 24 1975 BY WAYNE HAIR Who is the 6th Cav.? Where do they come from? What’s their reason for exist- ing? What will they do? With the stetsons spurs and sabers are they part of the horse platoon? Countless questions a lot of guesses and too many rumors roam this post about the 6th Cav. There is little secrecy about the brigade jusf the mystery of anew or- ganization. This is not surprising since the 6th Cav. is the only unit of its kind in the world. Although the 6th Cav. is new to the Army as a separate brigade the Air Cavalry Combat Brigade (ACCB) con- cept has been in existance since 1970. It began when the 1st Cav. Div. returned from Vietnam and reorganized as a TRICAP division. The “triple capability” of the division was reflected thru three dissimilar brigades armor airmobile in- fantry and ACCB. Internal structuring of the ACCB was different but the doctrine and tactics with respect to tactical employment were the same as they are in today’s 6th Cav. Bde. In Febru...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Page Ten-A Dr. William Beaumont a Connecticut yankee studied medicine under the old precep- tor system. Apprenticing himself to an established physician he learned “physic” by ■tending patients pharmacy by mixing pre- scriptions and acquired his surgical skill by as- sisting at operations and amputations. Beaumont was a determined man imbued with scientific curiosity and kept careful notes on his patients. In 1812 having revived his license to practice he entered the army as a surgeon. After the war of 1812 he entered private practice but was persuaded to return to the service by Surgeon General Joseph Lov- ell who was trying to build up the Medical Department of the Army with promising young men. Some years later in 1822 while surgeon Beaumont was stationed at an army hospital in northern Michigan an accident occurred that One of the great names in the history of the Army Medical Department to come out of the Civil War period was that of William Alex- wander Hammond. Dr. Hammond fi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Thursday July 2 4 1975 A nine hole flight was played recently by the Women’s Golf Association at the Anderson Golf Course. Several winners were named during the tournament. Low gross and low net tournament saw Mrs. C. Cole the low gross and low putts winner and Mrs. P. Ferraro low net winner. In the tee to green tournament Mrs. Ferraro was first Mrs. M. Price won second low putts and the chip-in. Mrs. Ferraro won first place in the “Throw Out” tournament. Mrs. Price won second place. Mrs. Maude Barnes won low putts. Tieing for the best 18 holes at Clear Creek Golf Course in a NASSAU tournament were Mrs. R. Hollis and Mrs. Mack Taylor Jr. Mrs. J. McCown had the best front nine with Mrs. S. C. Meyer having the best back nine. Mrs. Hollis had lot putts and Mrs. R. Nevins won the chip- in. In the “Throw Out” tournament Mrs. E. Jasuta Sr. placed first and Mrs. B. Powell was second. Mrs. Powell also won low putts in the first flight. Mrs. Jack Taylor Jr. won first ASA blasts rivals From t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Page Two-B air skies sun and comforting breezes com- bined to make last weekend ideal for racing and 32 persons gathered at Sadowski Field to compete in the Sports ar Club’s monthly autocross. A crowd of 200 watched from the bleachers as for the third month in a row a visiting Mustang set the pace for the day and captured the coveted Top Tim of Day trophy. The top honors went to Steve Shuffield of Austin’s Texas Spokes Sports ar Club whose brilliant white and blue modified Mustang lapped the course in a blistering 1:14.985. His closest competitor was Ft. Hood’s Greg Renn who took second in the Top Tim competition with a tim of 1:17.746 in his 1971 Pantera. Winners of the several class competitions in- eluded Class 11st Greg Renn Ft. Hood Pan- tera 1:17.746 2d Chris Murch Ft. Hood Corvette 1:20.759 3d Dave Pierson Ft. Hood Porsche 9111:21.512. ass 2: 1st Dan Amato Texas Spokes TVR 1:18.827 2d Barry Schwellenbaeh Ft. Hood Lotus 1:21.179 Jim Peacock t. Hood Datsun260Z 1:22.293. ass 3: ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Thursday July 24 1975 A Mongolian barbecue dinner was held re- cently by the 142nd Sig. Bn. as a hail and farewell. A welcome was extended to Ronnie Thomas wife of LT John R. Thomas. The Couple was presented with a wedding gift from the mem- bers of the unit by LTC Venzke. Captain and Mrs. Gary Sutherland were bid farewell as they depart for Germany. The cou- ple were presented with a plaque from the bat- talion by LTC Gene A. Venzke. The captain was thanked for his performance as com- mander of the battalion’s B. Co. A strawberry shortcake social was held re- cently in the home of Mrs. Charles S. Tyler by the wives of the battalion. Co-hostess for the af- fair was Mrs. Ralph R. Odegard. Newcomers to the battalion Mrs. John R. st Division Support Command The Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess was the setting for the farewell dinner for COL and Mrs. Arthur J. Junot. The outgoing command- ing officer of the Division Support Command COL Junot will leave Ft. Hood to take com- mand of the Toul...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Page Four-B Forty-three Ft. Hood military personnel lost their lives in privately owned vehicle (POV) accidents in fiscal year 1975. Thirty-six of the victims had seatbelts available but only one was known to be wearing a safety belt at the time of the fatal accident. These statistics the Post Safety Office in- dicates area major reason behind the current crackdown on using seatbelts on post. The crackdown consists of spot checks by Military Police to see if safety belts are being worn. Violators can be issued citations which eventually could lead to the loss of the driving privilege on post. Ft. Hood Supplement 1 to AR 385-55 stipulates that all personnel including civilian FORT HOOD SENTINEL 14* 4* 4 4* Bost Coverage For Your Advertising Dollar In Central Texas Mail To 13 3 4 4** 4* 3 4 4* 4 4* 4* 4* 4* 4 4 4 4 PHONE 526-51413 ?PO BOX 27 KILLEEN TX 76541 4- I 4- I 4* 3 FORT HOOD 4- 4- 4- 4- SENTINEL 4- a 3 4* 4* 4* 4* Published Exclusively For Ft. Hood Personnel Potatoes Russet. U...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

July 24 1975 The first members of the 25 South Viet- namese refugees being sponsored by Army Major Roy J. Clinton of Ft. Hood have spent the last few weeks adjusting to the culture of their new homeland. The first 16 men women and children are part of the Pham family and are but a few of the thousands of refugees coming to the United States. This family is fortunate in having a sponsor to ease them through the trauma of the new life in America. Pham Hung spokesman for the group acial Tissues [uly Fine. Soft! —200-Ct. Box wiper Plates inch Bags Huminum Foil wiper Napkins 39 Marigold 9-Inch Whit* Kitchen Craft 35* 33* 19* 50-Ct. Pkg. 25-r Kitchen Craft 12-Inches Wide Roll 60-Ct. Pkg. Angel Soft Safeway Big Buy! Chunk Tuna 39 Sea Trader LLight Meat 6.5-oz. Can altine Crackers ragmont Cola ienna Sausage omato Catsup banned Biscuits Compare Law Prices! og Food »ky. E conom ical! 15.75-ox. an it Nip Cat Food it Tray Absorbent ild Bird Seed 17* 64* 79* 15-os. Meaty Flavorl Can 10-Lb. Kat N...

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

Page Six-B (Elf a el iv is 1ST AD MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5 'th lic Sun 0930*1800 Nursery Sun 093^*7-200 te t'n Sun 1100 Sund'y School Sun 09Z.5 Encounter Tue 1900 Young Adult ible Study Sun 09A5 --8TH STREET CHAPEL 5-1031) Prot st Sim 0930 'th lic Sun 1100 Films Wed 2100 (2nd Brigade essh-ll) Youth A tiv itie Thu 1900 ild ren 's Church Sun 0930 iennedv E an elistic Progr'm Tue 1900 ’CRD STREET CHAPEL (C-7/20) Protest.-nt atholic Sund'y School Nursery eon le's Church (P rot) ro te t'n Choir Ecum enic'1 Devotions Sun 1100 Sun 121! Sun 09A5 Sun 1100 Sun 1900 Wed 1930 'th ic N 'S S Mon-Fri 1215 6TH OAV A Dili 3.TIGASE (AIR CCtSBATy fCCB •-A01C/77F3) SLACEhORSE C:i»i EL 31dr B7.0C5) ro te sta Sun 1100 ro te sta ible Study Tue 1900 NON DIVISIOHAL POST SUNDAY SCHOOL----- ro te sta Sim 0920 atholic C.C.C. Sun 09L5- 1200 (Meadows f-.hool) DARIIALL ARMY HOSPITAL CHAPEL 5 7 os5 ro te sta Sun 1000 CathoU Sat 1600 atholic Mon-Fri 1130 WEST FORT HOOD CHAPEL (522-9219.) atholic Sun 0930 ro te ta Sun 1100...

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

Thursday July 24 1975 Two situations which result in head-on col- lisions sideswipes or run-off-the-road acci- dents are passing and being passed situations. The number of near misses which take place in these two situations is an indication that more recognition of the hazards involved is necessary. Further an understanding of the defense guard against being involved in these situations is required. What are the situations in which you are be- ing passed? First they can overtake and pass you on a straight normal passing situation. Second they can attempt to pass when you are passing another vehicle. Third they can pass you as you are pulling out from a parking spot. Last they can attempt to pass you on the right. How do you react to being passed? Some operators of vehicles react emotionally to be- ing passed. They take it as a “put down.” The Almost 5000 schools involved in GI Bill train- ing were reviewed for compliance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 during fiscal year 1975 in ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Page Eight-B ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 "W 't ive Up Until You et & W W A E S E IC E re in form a tio call 532-5079 9 AM to 5 PM. (7-24) W ANTED 8 O ig W omen fro rt HOod for Ju lv to participate in are ducing ro ra ust be a least 10 pounds rw ig to qualify Call 526-8554. (7-30) Personals 011 SW A WANTED Spec. 4 Jo U. A guilar Infantry MOS 11B20TL a ts to ex an ith any sold ier ith sam rank and MOS from illeen to Fort Riley ansas. Call 512-735-3346. BUSINESS SERVICES Nurseries K'garten 036 IL E E N N S E a ild are te r. icensed mirth to 12 ears. W weekly and hourly rate Open 7 in th rn in until 3 in th rn in ie 203 W washington tre t. 634-7431. ______ Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV ran N ew 19 inch rta le ith Built-in A ntena. Rented by th ay Week or onth. Come by and ake S le tio fro O a Stock. monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. ille ............................................634-4742 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 N eed air On our A ir i- tion e...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Thursday July 24 1975 The annual Army Training Test has been ad- ministered to all rifle platoons of the 1st Bn. 50th Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. to determine the degree of individual and platoon combat readi- ness including combat operations logistical responsiveness personnel administrative and communications security. The test was approximately 30 hours in dura- tion and includes a combat readiness check a helicopter load class and an airmobile inser- tion. Also included in the 1/50 Inf. ATT were a tactical road march a mile run alive fire at- tack course and a day and night attack and de- fense situation. In addition each man was test- ed on general military subjects. The 30-hour test began with a five-helicopter airlift of rifle platoons to North Ft. Hood. Upon landing the platoons conducted a tactical road march to the training area. Each platoon went through the live fire attack course using the overwatch principle. Each man was tested on assembly and disassembly of the M16 rifle map...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 24 July 1975

Page Ten-B An officer (or warrant officer) who’s been in the shoes of an enlisted man in theory can be very beneficial to the Army since he’s “been on both sides of the fence. Such a man is SP7 Timothy Greenan of HHC DISCOM 1st Cav. Div. In actuality he is now WOl Timothy Greenan. Colonel Arthur J. Junot DISCOM commander made Greenan’s appointment to warrant officer official in a ceremony on the morning of June 9. “This change from enlisted man to warrant officer doesn’t represent any great change in my attitude although of course in my new posi- tion I have to look at things a little differently now" stated WOl Greenan. “As a warrant of- ficer I now find myself in charge of some of the same people I myself worked for only a couple week ago. So naturally there will have to be some adjustment on my part.’’ reenan’s new assig en is as the Autom atic ata ro cessin O perations Technician (that’s computers in everyday language). As a SP7 Greenan worked at the sam ata rocessing enter as s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

VOL. 34 NO. 21 6 r9 Junk koi ■se dop a d. ag addic When I was 131 started drinking. There was this guy older guy that I worked for mow- in lawns. He started taking me around with him after work and we’d get drinks. I got to the point where I was trying to keep up with him. My dad he never did drink and he was kinda jealous ‘cause I was spending more time with this other guy than with him. So he started drinking. We’d fight and he’d beat me up things like that. When I was about fourteen one night I’d been drinking and we got in a fight and I almost killed him. Just before he was gone I stopped and got off him and I just said “Dad I’m going into the service. He just said OK. So when I woke up the next morning I was on my way to Ft. Jt|Knox. At this time I had never done any drugs except for one time when I smoked pot. I guess I was pretty redneck about it then. I didn’t like it and I had heard that if you smoked pot that you’d go on to harder drugs. I remember thinking to myself My Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Page Two-A SALE- Com unicando Comenzando desde el dia de hoy el periodico EL SENTINEL publicara una columna en Espanol semanalmente para beneficio de toda la colonia Latino Americanan que se encuentra estacionada aqui en Fort Hood. Para mies un placer poder llevarles a ustedes por medio de esta columna toda aquella informacion que este a mi alcance tanto de actividades sociales de reglamen- tos militares para su entretenimiento informacion. Hace escasamente dos semanas nos visito su Excelencia Monsenor Patricio Flores Obispo Auxiliar de San Antonio. En su sermon el menciono como el Mayor General Robert L. Fair habia prendido la vela al traer un sacerdote para que dijera la Misa en Espanol decia “que el esperaba que esa vela nose apagara.” Siguiendo sus sabios consejos voy a tratar en todo lo que este a miaalcance para que esa vela nose apague. Perno no solo depende de mi sino de ustedes tambien mandandome informacion que yo pueda publicar ya sea por correo aqui al periodico llamando...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 July 1975

Thursday July 31 1975 2LT Darby Terry HHC USAG If they cut down more and more on the benefits they are not going to have an all volun- teer Army. No one is going to volunteer if they can’t get any benefits. They’re cutting out the I ill and the com missary is not a good benefit anymore. dw THIS W££K: SjL Medicines have progressed further in the last J|30 years than in the previous 30 centuries. In JjSfact many of the medicines available today «£had not even been discovered in 1940. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t use ledicines when you need them. However we it Darnall Army Hospital want you to know and when to use them. You can protect four health and prevent accidents by knowing few basic facts. irst of a ll you must realize that there are Jptwo basic types of medicines: over-the-counter |p OTC) drugs and prescription (R x) drugs. .*• Over-the- counter medicines (also known as J&ome remedies and patent medicines) include *|jsuch common remedies as aspirin laxatives §«and a...

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