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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 24 August 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 27 G3 By LINDA PRELLWITZ What a WAC driving a tank? You've got to be kid­ ding? Well maybe WACs don't drive tanks yet but then what book says they are incapable of doing so? Since the days of Susan B. Anthony and the female suffrage movement women have gained more rights and the chance to work in fields not previously open to them. In the past years women's lib has become a bigger issue and even more jobs are opening up to women. The Army hans't been behind the times and has moved right along with the civilian world in opening up more jobs to women. Today one can find women in fields such as counseling in the installation con­ finement facility or coordinating unit movement plans. When attending an AIT which used to be considered for "men only" WACs must do everything the men do. WAC drill sergeants now attend the drill sergean­ ts' school at Ft. Jackson S.C. along side of the men. Some of these women come out on top of the class in front of the men. At Ft. Hood one may ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Two-A Problems created Overseas replacement stations in CONUS have been encountering problems with a O a Replacement (POR) person­ nel due to inadequate POR processing by losing com­ mands. A number of these in­ dividuals were found to have disciplinary records and other inadequacies which clearly marked them as ineligible for overseas ship­ ment. With the closure of the overseas replacement stations as of June 1 losing commanders must insure that soldiers are fully qualified prior to shipment overseas or between overseas commands. Commanders should make sure that the individual scheduled for transfer over­ seas has no record of the sale of drugs the unauthorized possession thereof or the use of drugs unless punitive or appropriate corrective action has been taken in accordance with DA Circ. 600-85. The commander should further be certain that the individual is not under flagging action (AR 600-31) unless Hqs. Dep't. of the Army has ap­ proved the transfer of such action to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday September 7 1973 JEFFEREY Things were looking up down under when our roving shutterbug found Terry Lyn doing her thing on the sunny beaches of Australia. He was ac­ If you've never seen a camouflaged Volkswagen the 2nd Bn. 41st (Mech) Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. is now offering you the opportunity to see one and at the same time a chance to re-enlist. It all started one day last week when Lt. Col. Edward Szvetecz 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. commander told the motor pool section that he wanted 100 per cent of the battalions vehicles painted. What he got was 101 per cent of the vehicles painted the extra one per cent was his own car. Somehow somebody got his VW started and took it down to the motor pool and put it through t± paint line. "I didn even know they Take IH 35 South to New Braunfels turn West on Hwy. 46 and follow the signs to the CANYON LAKE HILLS office at Startzville (512) 899-2320 Camouflaged compact makes better RE-UPs took it" said Szvetecz. "The first time I ever saw it was when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Four-A Everyone agrees that motorcycle accidents can be very serious and everyone wants to do his part to prevent them. What is not agreed upon however is who -should do what. To shed some light on the situation the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center conducted a study on all motorcycle crashes oc­ curring in North Carolina for a one year period. Their study exposed some relevent tendencies and facts that are worth taking note of. Through a study of some 935 motorcycle crashes it was found that two-thirds of these crashes involved more than one vehicle. An auto was usually the other vehicle involved. In 62 per cent of these multi vehicle crashes the driver of the other vehicle was found to be solely at fault. Most of these accidents occurred when the other vehicle made a left turn or pulled out in front of the motorcycle. Twenty-nine per cent of the multi vehicle crashes were caused solely by the motorcyclist usually by "following too close." In the rema...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday September 7 1973 Q—My husband was killed during military service in Veitnam. Will the Veterans Administration pay me education assistance to attend a university in Paris? A—Yes. Public Law 92-540 (Oct. '72) allows wives widows and children of veterans whose deaths or permanent total disabilities were service connected to study at approved foreign in­ stitutions of higher learning. Money seen by The Worm By JOHN GRABOWSKI Readers of the 1st Cav. Div's weekly Command In­ formation newsletter "The Cavalier" were recently introduced to a new column by a near-anonymous writer billing himself as simply R. T. SP4 U.S.A. It's R.T.'s position as a junior EM that too few people write about the military and perhaps the rest of the world from the point of view of the junior EM. Thus we have his column "From the Worm's Eye" which is quickly becoming the feature attrac­ tion of that little rag. Promotion aside The Worm's taken on a big bite for the current issue off the press a few days ag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Six-A Awards Old man weather could not have been in a more pleasant mood than the happy face he showed during last week's moments of recognition. "It is but a small token from a grateful nation" said Col. Chris W. Stevens 13th Spt. Bde. commander to the awardees. Lieutenant Colonel Jerome J. Sullivan was awarded the Legion of Merit with First Oak Leaf Cluster on Aug. 31st for meritorious service while assigned as comman­ der 180th Trans. Bn. 13th Spt. Bde. In a brief afternoon ceremony with brigade staff and battalion commanders and their spouses present Col. Stevens recognized his present Chief of Staff for a job well done." Prior to coming to Ft. Hood Lt. Col. Sullivan served in the capacity of executive officer in the Directorate of Aviation Logistics in the Of­ fice of the Deputy Chief of Staff Logistics Department of the Army. Before becoming Chief of Staff the former OCS (of­ ficers' candidate school) graduate served in the capacity of Assistant Chief of Staff for the bri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday September 7 1973 Awards The departing staff judge advocate of the 1st Cav. Div. received the Meritorious Ser­ vice Medal in an informal ceremony at the division Headquarters Aug. 27. Lieutenant Colonel Wallace C. Taliaferro the First Team's chief lawyer received the Meritorious Ser­ vice Medal for "exceptionally meritorious performance of outstanding service" from Maj. Gen. Robert M. Shoemaker 1st Cav. com­ mander. Taliaferro was cited for having demonstrated keen perception sound judgment practical advice and swift response to all division legal matters and for having achieved "the delicate balance between justice and discipline" during his 26 mon­ ths as Division SJA. Lieutenant Colonel Taliaferro's wife Darlene and children David and Sheron looked on as he was awarded the medal. In making the presentation Gen. Shoemaker referred to the colonel as "the judge" a nickname common among members of Taliaferro's branch. Shoemaker described Taliaferro as "the man I see the most of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Eight-A aLC^..^ gtv 11 Ft. Hood's confinement facility gives assistance to a prisons in or der to expedite his judicial process. Pfc. Puis pher is the tat WAC «'to hold the position of social work specialist at Ft. Hood. She serves as a link between a man's unit and the man and his family if he is BUTTONING THE SLEEVE—Mrs. .'David. Bruster buttons the sleeve of a •fatigue shirt before putting it into the pressfer at the Quartermasters Laundry. nFSK WORK Pfc Frances Pulsipher social work specialist at married to alleviate any problems when a man is imprisoned. The •r J®SK WORK Ftc. prances c. Drisoner A military wife of 22 years Mrs. Bruster in or- Counseling and Evaluation Section of the facility has provided Pfc. the chance t0 use her soclal work dviHan ufe and the Army Women on Duty with the Army Photos by Bobby Bolden BUSY says she will be ready to give it up Montz talks to a caller about 13th Spt. when her husband retires in October. Bde. information. She is the information...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday. September 7. 1973 By DAVE BENNET The 2nd Armd. Div.'s 2nd Bn. 5th Air Defense Arty (ADA) may be playing with model airplanes but no one can accuse them of toying around. The "Defenders" recently acquired two sophisticated radio-controlled gas engine model airplanes and is one of the first units in the country to use the models as tracking targets for the battalion's various air defense weapons. Painted and decked-out with battalion and division crests the 53 inch planes took to the air for the first time this week. "They can perform any maneuvers a normal size plane can" explained Spec. 6 Gerald McCluney the expert behind the project. The red striped plane rolled banked looped climbed and even went into a controlled tail spin with McCluney master­ fully manning the controls. "Cruising speeds of 90 to 100 miles per hour a .60 cubic inch engine that develops one horsepower and a 60 inch wingspan are some Model planes prove worth of its features" rattled off McCluney as he mane...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Ten-A Hood's Protestant Women of the Chapel will reaufne their monthly meetings September 14 at 9:30-4 m- at the Religious Education Center. Bide. 442. "School Daze School Daze" will be the theme and members are asked to come addressed as they did while attending secondary school. Bring' your high school an­ nual or a photo of yourself as you'looked then if you have one.- A free nursery is available for the children in Bldg. 441. For those of you who are new to Ft. Hood we welcome you and hope that you will come join and share with us in Christian fellowship. ENLISTED WIVES GROUP The- III Corps and Non- divisional enlisted and non­ commissioned officers' wives group will meet at the NCO Open Mess for their monthly coffee on Wednesday Sept. 11 at 9:30 a.m. The ladies will honor Mrs. George P. Seneff Jr. who will soon be depar­ ting from Ft. Hood. At the August meeting Mrs. Lawrence Kennedy welcome Mrs. William Miller Mrs. Miguel Aponte Mrs. Marvin Cummings Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday September 7 1973 Somewhere in all this fran­ tic green madness of stan­ ding long formations and re- standing inspections getting chewed out for not confor­ ming and getting stuck witl all extra-duties both large and small. THERE IS AN ESCAPE! The 'get-away' place smaller than your barracks with an interior of blue framed in white drapes. is the place to be. Its a world of warm smiles a door opening to the most enjoyable unknown and good vibrations. Have you guessed it? Its THE LIBRARY! One library in particular a dear favorite to many is branch No. 3. Opened in December 1967 and placed under the TLC (tender loving care) of Mrs. Mary Frances Barker it was nurtured and flourished. Mrs. Barker said the library is visited by over 25- hundred visitors a month "many of them—steady customers." These 'escapers' take advantage of the com­ fortable surroundings (air conditioned building) and listen to records skim through periodicals and glance through newspapers. The record collectio...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Twelve-A Why are you staying in? Today's Army means many things to many people. Here's what the Wheelers and the Carnleys had to say about it "I like the shopping'' said Mrs. Mary Wheeler. "I couldn't believe the difference in prices the first time I shopped in the commissary!* Mrs. Vanessa Carnley liked the medical benefits. "I think the Army's facilities are excellent. I'm never worried about getting good care for me and my family!' Private First Class Harold Carnley liked the cost of Army medical care as compared to civilian expenses. "Our baby only cost us $7.50.1 almost said 'I'll take two.'" "To me it's more than the obvious benefits'' said SP/4 George Wheeler Jr. "I feel that today's Army is a family of families. And I'm proud to be a member!' FORT HOOD SENTINEL Today's Army is family of families '1 "71 7P Friday September 7 1973 •%1

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday September 7 1973 th* S& Y*J? •:*•***«&&£*£& motorsports to the area people. Whether you enjoy go-kart racing SPORTS Hoot the heck is he By JERRY REED Fill in the blank. A1 Conover is unpredictable un­ couth rude or insane. Any of the above descriptive adjectives could easily describe the controversial coach of the Rice Owls. Yes A1 is not the average football coach and ever since he left the ivy halls of learning at Wake Forest in 1961 he's been proving it. Conover would do anything to get attention. Heck he's the type of guy that would offer a woman a Tiparillo or take his kid to an X-rated movie. A conversation with Conover is an experience more unique than Colt 45 Malt Liquor you never know what he will say or do from one minute to the next. He's not that bad of a coach either. In his first year at the "Harvard Of The South" in 1972 the Houston resident lead his team ot a 5-5-1 record the club's second best finish in a decade. He's A Leader Showmanship reac...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Page Two-B By STEVEN STAINKAMP Considering the punishment inflicted upon the terrain and wildlife by the thousands of training troopers and their machines every year the Ft. Hood reservation has main­ tained its natural beauty and ecological balance remarkably well. Not all of the credit should be given to Mother Nature and her recuperative powers alone however. Were it not for the dedicated civilian and military personnel assigned to the Department of Fish and Wildlife local residents would be denied many hours of fine recreational sport. Prior to the Federal Gover­ nments acquiring Ft. Hood in 1941 little or no effort had been made to replenish the natural resources of the land. Local ."landowners had taken little notice of the depleted resources. Ponds were over­ fished if not fished out com­ pletely. Soil erosion was com­ monplace and water often scarce. Increased livestock grazing depleted native grasses thus endangering many species of wildlife. Since 1941 however steps have b...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Friday September 7 1973 By MIKE FINNEN "The foundation of training depends on the legs and not the arms. All the secret of maneuver and combat is in the legs and it is to the legs we should apply ourselves." (Maurice de Saxe 1732) If this principle is true then Lt. Col. Ted W. Hum­ mel coriander of the First Team's 13th Sig. Bn. could possibly lead a one-man assault on a ly unsuspecting enemy. ''I've always been dedicated to keeping my body in good condition" Hummel said "and I've been running as far back as I can remem­ ber." The colonel was a miler on the track team as a student at Shepherd High School in Michigan but didn't become involved in what he called "serious running" until a few years ago. Physicians and health specialists agree that for the human body to work to its fullest potential it needs proper exercise. Running they say is the single best exercise to maintain good health and proper con­ ditioning. SERIOUS RUNNING In January of 1971 while assigned to Ft. Leavenworth...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 September 1973

Pago Four-B r? RARE SIGHT—The Baltimore defense surrounds Houston runner Bobby Gresham (36) during the con­ tent last Saturday night in the Astrodome. This was one of the few times that Gresham was stopped I By JERRY REED Sports Editor The Houston Oilers may be the most misunderstood product since Dr. Pepper but with guys like Sid Gillman it won't be long. The Oiler General Manager is slowing becoming popular in the eyes of the Houston fans. Two weeks ago Oiler coach Bill Peterson took advantage of some of the players that he and Mr. Gillman obtained EARTHSHAKER—A jarring welcome to the Astrodome is extended by Houston Oiler Greg Samp­ son (91) to Baltimore quarterback Marty Domres (14). Sampson is a defensive tackle for the Oilers standing 6'6" and weighing 266-pounds. (Photos by John Savard) 1973 TV Schedule September 8 UCLA at Nebraska September 29 Notre Dame at Purdue October 13 Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas October 27 Southern California at Notre Dame November 22 Air Force at No...

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