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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 10 May 1974

**age Twelve-B By LARRY SCARAMELLA The 31-year-old mystery of a lost W rld W a II bomber train a irc raft and its two crew embers came to a close this eek ith the recent discovery of the plane’s rem a ts a th le a vestigages of the two crew members. The a irc ra ft a UC-78 twin engine train r was found by two ike rs A il 28th. The location of the wreckage was just below the 10700 foot sum- it of t. raham in Arizona. The hikers who were repor- tedly lost cam across the wreckage of the craft and the remains of a skull and leg bone at the heavily timbered snow covered site located in the Coronado N ational Forest. A fte the hikers reported their findings to the Maricopa County S riff’s Office a team of Coronado National Forestry O fficials hiked into the area re th ifie the discovery. A rm ffic ia ls were then contacted. On ay 2nd a five- man graves registration team from the 62d Supply and Ser- vices (D irect Support) Com- pany from t. Hood was im mediately dispatched to the crash sit...

Publication Title: Fort Hood Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 10 it j-S*" fa#- $Tt •fcSSt'As.**5¥i'4 1 .. Armed Forces Day May 18 r* ‘Fiiblished by Community jssf" tUJ^iVyVJm //i 0 A/£ FORT HOOD SENTINEL ‘PUBLISHED IN THE INTERESTS OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD.’ FORT HOOD FRIDAY MAY 17 1974 1 ISI|8S8fSI ...„„i8i®S8Sii 7. "r & 'V :-r 1 BH #B §san Hood opens gates to Cen-Tex residents ByBOBALLEN “American Forces—Vigilant Vital and Volunteer” is the theme that will be emphasized when Ft. Hood opens its gates to the Central Texas citizenry in celebration of Armed Forces Day a national tribute to the men and women of this Nation’s Armed Forces. Ft. Hood officials are preparing for a good turnout of visitors to converge on Ft. Hood’s Prichard Stadium the hub of all activities slated for Armed Forces Day. Numerous days of preparation have been logged by members of the various units on this post to provide visitors with a full day of exhibits entertainment and ex- citement designed to meet the wants and needs of young and old alike. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Two-A 6 $ By JOHN PIERCE I-used to believe April was the best month of the year after all I was born in April but now I wonder. I just went through one of those months when I seemed to have more than my share of trouble. My wife and I are sort of thrifty and we have managed aftimes to lay aside a few dollars savings until we had a nice nest egg. March our home was blessed with a baby girl and so we-decided to go home to Utah and show her off to the family and all. March 30 the Saturday before we were to leave I went tol Austin and then my troubles began. I filled my gas tahk and left for Austin. Just as I got to the junction of Hwy 190 and IH 351 started getting surges of power this continued throughout the weekend. Monday morning I took my car to my favorite garage tolsee what was wrong. The mechanic said “You’ve got a dirty carburetor (carb.) and it needs to be rebuilt.” So thei*e I sat all day while my carb was cleaned and rebuilt. I*had a term paper to turn into my History ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Friday May 17 1974 In preparation for the on- slaught of swimmers pic- nickers and others who an- nually seek recreation at Belton Lake when the summer heat sets in finishing touches were completed this week by the 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. on the First-Aid Station it is operating at the lake’s Sierra Beach. “This is the first time an operation using equipment we have and manned as we are has been utilized at the lake” remarked 1st Lt. William Reese the station’s OIC “If it succeeds and we feel certain it will the station may become a a project.” Included among the station’s equipment area 8 38 foot trailer housing resuscitation facilities for cardiac and ro in ic tim and materials necessary for the treatment of lacerations sun- burn and other minor injuries. “We are not intended to handle major accidents other than to insure the health of the injured as much as possible while awaiting transportation and during the ride to Darnall Army Hospital” emphasized Sfc. James Thomas proje...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Four-A ArmyBLT no norm chow language gap maddening Fresh green (the two being synonymous) troops are of- ten disturbed by the use of acronyms within the military. The language baiTier that often crops up between “old timers” and “fresh” troops can become insurmountable at times unless the fresh troopie has a copy of AR310-50 “Authorized Abbreviations and Brevity Codes.” This military publication is extraordinary. It is a com- plete novel of the military shortcuts used to supplement the English language. Take the sit of the AWOL GI in the ACF whose TLP hit him like an IB in a TSCO. Translated this would read we think: Take the situation of the absent without leave GI I* (soldier) in the area confiement facility whose total loss I* of pay hit him like an incendiary bomb in atop secret *1 control office. Total sentences can be constructed from military jargon but only the old timer could decipher the sentence without the military publication we have mentioned. Take the young soldi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Friday May 17 1974 54 JUST YO-YOING AROUND A helicop- ter from the Silver Eagles an Army precision flying team performs with a giant yo-yo as part of their aerial show. I DIDN’T KNOW THAT “Happy the Magic Clown” seems to be amazed at whatever it is that five year-old Missy Isaacson is telling him. Happy who is in For the frist time in the history of CTC’s Office Ad- ministration Department sum- mer courses will be offered during the day-time hours. In waking this announ- cement Dr. Gary Ragsdale stated “during recent months we have received numerous requests from full-time and part-tim students desiring such ffe rin be ade available during the summer months. Many high school graudates in this immediate area have indicated strong desires to accomplish some college work during the sum- mer prior to the beginning of their fu lltim loads next year”. These initial summer of- ferings include Beginning Typing Beginning Shorthand Clerical Practice and Book- keeping. By taking one or all of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Six-A Division Notice Ladies of the 1st Cav. Div. please note that as of May 20 all publicity matter should be sent to Mrs. Marilyn Gabel 1205 Stephen St. Killeen Texas 76541. Newsmatter for lic a tio in the ost newspaper should be turned in no late than the Friday preceding the next edition so it may be screened before sub- mission to the 1st Cav Public Information Officer. AG Section The West Ft. Hood Officers Club was the site of the Ad- jutant General section’s hail and farewell. A “cook your own steak” was featured on the patio of the club. Welcomed to the section by Lt. Col. Edward Williams was Cpt. and Mrs. Bobby Allen. Farewell gifts were presented to Cpt. and Mrs. Dennis Buckley who are going to at- tend school at Ft. Knox Ky. and to Lt. John Vencius who is transferring to the 1st Bn. 13th Armor. 2nd Bn. 7th Gav. Officers’ and ladies of the 2nd Bn. 7th Cav. met recently at the home of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Duane Brofer for their monthly hail and farewell. The event was hig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Friday May 17 1974 HOT EM-NCO WIVES CLUB At a recent NCO-EM wives coffee held at the Main NCO Club afresh cut Parrot Tulips flower arrangement on top of a goldfish bowl was chosen by a local florist to demonstrate the art of floral arrangements. He answered questions and gave suggestions on the care of out flowers. rs. .J a rru th rs welcomed the guests. They were: Mrs. Robert L. Fair Mrs. Paul McDaniel Mrs. Tommie Smith Mrs. Richard a tin McKinely Mrs. Miller Carr Mrs. Clarence Prestin and Mrs. Walker Krueger. New members also welcomed were Mrs. John Sublousky Mrs. Chess Ginter Mrs. William Carr and Mrs. Carlos Madrid. Hostesses were the ladies of the 2nd (St Lo) Bde. Next week’s coffee will be held at the Main NCO Club at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday. The 1st Bn. 41st (Mech.) Inf. wives will be hostesses. Mrs. Ed- ward G. Farrand will give a talk on Army customs and manners. 1ST Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. At a recent coffee held at the 2nd Armd. Div. Memorial Chapel A ctivity room the NCO-EM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Eight-A PIP N W AH? SAF£TT RULES STAY WHATs A ToRMAPoV/l MTd\ IS \SWp) Va iMTcH fvR AN AREA a PURIN& 7 To ~?~JN OfEH COUNTRY MeVE AT R\6HT AN&les To THe ornado's rn a usually ove ah eap a 7£To Ho HUES calm 1 V/ATS IMfbETANTl feoPlE rve been in ju %Y RUNNIN6 HUCPi MAY WE N E SEVERAL tfouRs 1 FORT HOOD SENTINEL Tornado season surrounds us right now! WHERE fftlH. AdooT feR ffcuR. occur JN A CiTY R. Tow N A STRoM 6 STaV A S Tornadoes are destructive shaped storms caused by the mixing of airm asses resulting in a tremendous energy exchange. The diameter of tornadoes range from 9 feet to 9 miles. Winds associated with tornadoes range from 300 to 400 miles per hour. These winds alone cause severe dam age and when coupled with rapid at- mospheric pressure changes result in destruction of buildings and flying debris. Tornadoes can occur at any time of day but are more frequent during the hottest part INSlPE awp AWaY TRM WiNPOtd* A 7?P A W AVS WARN IN S I There is no universal pr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Friday May 17 1974 If a member of the Armed Forces is entitled to ship household goods at Govern- ment expense incident to a permanent change of station the Government will provide the individual with a moving allowance for the transpor- When at night I go to bed I always scrape and bump my head. I’d rather have it otherwise but my bed is twin and my body king-size. I Armed Forces Day I Messages FORSCOM CG’S message Today the people of the United States join the men and women of the Armed Forces in the twenty-fourth annual observance of Armed Forces Day. I particularly want to recognize the members of the United States Army Forces Command who proudly wear their country’s uniform ready to defend its freedom and traditional ideals. uring this period of dynamic change and reorganization you of the active Army and Army Reserve Components have achieved and maintained a high state of readiness prepared to meet any challenge. I have complete confidence that the future will find you ever re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Ten-A By s. cC lendon ‘.‘What ever happened to old whatls_-his-name ‘•‘Oh he cam down on levy. And that’s that. As simply as that the man is dismissed from further thought. But the question is still unanswered. Just what did happen to Old WHat’s-his-name? What hap- pens to a person who “comes down on levy?” What does “levy” mean anyway? The catchall answer “He ca[me on sometimes leaves the impres- sion of tin into a fathomless cavern. Although echoes do return we never really know what happened. What first? Then it’s your turn. You “ceme down on levy.” What should you do first? You want to he sure you have covered everything completely before departing home soil because you may not be back for some tirrie. From the time a man (or woinan) receives word of a levy usually via the Comman- ding Officer or First Sergeant there is usually approximately 90 days in which to tie up loose ends take care of legal mat- ters pack and ship. S in a a ily ’s preparations must be as in­ dividual...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Friday May 17 1974 JAPANESE VISITOR Major Yukio Nohara an Army officer in the Japanese Defense Agency uses alight pen to manipulate computer data on a cathode ray tube display screen. The cathode ray tube is part of an experimental computer system at MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and A Japanese Army officer is visiting Ft. Hood for a month to observe new applications of computers being developed at MASSTER (Modern Army S elected System Test Evaluation and Review). The visitor Major Yukio Nohara is the manager for the Tactical Data Systems Group Ground Staff Office for the Japanese Defense Agency. major N ara works primarily with automatic data processing (ADP) equipment and is visiting various com- mercial and military concerns Heavy Cavalry entertains Recently some 60 wives and children of the First Team’s 7th Sqdn. 17th Cav had the op- portunity to see what their husbands (Dads) were doing at work. Heavy Cav commander Lt. Col. Nathan M. Pulliam ex- tended a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Twelve-A * Av-’K v1 cS::jK:S$ :::i:i§Wx*:’ s:::^ MttMiMi mm$rn JM I 1^(11111 iM IllllItt ................. £^$^M§S&s$ SP/4 Susan Boguta likes to keep active but we interrupted her busy schedule to find out what she likes about the Army. “After I graduated from college I decided to try a technical job one that would help me learn about flying. Because eventually I’d like to be a pilot. So my training’s helped a lot. “I also enjoy meeting people and talking about my work. So recruiting work has been a natural for me. “One of the things I always mention to the young people I meet is that the Army’s taught me you can do much more than you think you can. The opportunities are here all you have to do is take advantage of them. And that’s what I’m doing!’ A $:yk'tf mi iO FORT HOOD SENTINEL "Since Tve been in the Army the longest I've sat still is lor this photograph? Wmm .^ • .\ '' ilfif lodajfc Army (jets better every time a good woman reenlists. :. a $ & '"/r^^*^s W A V% .1 ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Friday May 17 1974 3 A SUFP&RT ARMOREP &PE VISION 2 AD For the third consecutive time this fiscal year the 2nd Armd. Div. has been presented the III Corps and Ft. Hood eenlistm ent Award. The “Hell on Wheels” Div. 1st Cav. Div. 13th Spt. Bde. and III Corps compete for the award with the winner being selected on the basis of percen- tage of quota achieved. Lieutenant General Allen M. A Officials explained that the certification of attendance card the veteran receives with his next to final check should be filled out signed and retur- ned to his VA regional office. Otherwise the agency can’t ivided they stand It isn’t likely that Spec. 5 Oscar Ramirez will be picked to be a unit of choice canvas- by th 1st av alry se Division. Ramirez assigned to the 1st Cav Division Artillery made his first attempt at recruiting when he enlisted his wife however she chose to be assigned to the 2d Armd. Div. rather than her husband’s out- fit. “At least we will both be sta tio a t. ood” Ramire...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Sale Standard Sights Sale $159 CALIBER: .38 S & W Special. 2" Barrel SALE W 4" Barrel SALE BROWNING V»" .38 MILITARY & POLICE (SQUARE BUTT) (MODEL NO. 10) SMITH & W E SSO N COM BAT ASTERPIECE Caliber 22 LR (Ml8). 6 shot. Barret 4' (M18) $109 SMITH A W E SSO N 1 9 5 3 3 5 2 2 /3 2 TAR GET .22 Caliber 6" Barrel Sale SMITH A W E SSO N MODEL 6 4 ST A IN E SS A Caliber 38 Special 6-shot. Barrel: 4*. Length: 9Vi" over-all. Weight 30Vi oz. Stocks: Checkered walnut service style. Sights: Fixed Vi" serrated ramp front square notch rear. Features: Satin finished stainless steel square butt. Stainless Steel 4' Sale ............ SMITH A W E SSO N MODEL 6 7 -38 ST A IN E SS COM BAT ASTERPIECE Caliber 38 special 6-shot. Barrel: 4”. Length: 91/$” over-all. Weight 34 oz. (loaded). Stocks: Checkered walnut service style. Sights: Front Baughman Quick Draw on ramp micro click rear adj. for w. and e. Features: Stainless steel. Square butt frame with grooved tangs grooved trigger with adj. s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page One-B SPORTS iA lka-Celtic ead ach 4 By JERRY RE ED There’s a joke going around that Boston Celtic general manager Red Auerbach prohibited his star center Dave Cowens from drinking coffee during the NBA play-offs. According to Auerbach Kareem isn’t good for the big redhead. The Kareem being Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Milwaukee’s 7 2” center. Auerbach was only joshing for in the final outcome it was Cowens who wasn’t Jabbar’s “cup of tea.” 4 In case you are not familiar with the name Dave Cowens let give you a little history on the fellow. Dave Cowens is 6’9” tall he’s just finished his fourth year in the NBA and comes from Florida State Univer- sity. Cowens was the Most Valuable Player in the league during the regular season in 1973. He averaged 20.5 points and 16.2 rebounds a game the later the third best in ’73. Cowens last year won the MVP award in the mid- season All-Star game and was named to the second team All-NBA team In addition he was the Celtics’ No. 1 draft choice in 1970 ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Two-B By ARTH ESCH The 2nd Armd. Div. com- pleted its annual Tennis Tour- nament this past week and there were some familiar faces at the top. John Boden HHC 2nd Armd. Div. defeated Dale Pavlick 502nd AG Co. in §hake heads and come out thinking Here’s a thought they said last year that this would be the year of the Boston Celtics. They were rigHt the Celtics took the NBA title Sunday their 12th in the team’s history Boston’s first title came in 1957 they wjn eight in a row from 1959-1966 Philadelphia won in 1967 and Boston took the title theinext two years John Newcombe is “the” top tennis player in the world by virtue of his victory over 17-year-old sensation Bjorn Borg last Sun- day in Dallas Newcombe picked up $50000 for his first place finish Track records fell* over the weekend. A 25- year-old medical student Mark the date Nov. 16 1974 on-your calendar. It’s the day that deer season gets under- wary in most of Texas and runs until Jan. 11975. Texas Parks and Wildlife Coi$m...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

.Friday May 17 1974 The 1974 Fifth U.S. Army Rifle and Pistol Championship Matches being held at Ft. Riley continued into last week and several new firing records have reportedly been set. The In iv id al Combat Pistol Match is an aggregate of the first three pistol mat- ches the Individual Combat Pistol atch Caliber .22 Tables I II and III. Winner of this are ate watch is Michael Hart 377th Support Brigade serving in San An- tonio Tex. who scored 891-47 (the 47 rep resents center shots). Second open was won by Jack E. Fielding Ft. Hood Tex. whose aggregate score was 891-35. Ft. Hood’s William Maricle captured first novice place with an aggregate score of 874-38. Fielding placed again as winner of the Individual Com- bat Pistol Match Service Pistol Table I and at the same time battered his former record (300-19) with anew sc re of 300-22. Ja Cureton Ft. Polk La. scored a 300-15 to be declared second place open winner. First place novice (new shooter) went to Luis Gonzalez Ft. Hood w...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Page Four-B WACs get to live in Brigade Recently embers of the Women’s Army Corps (WACs) previously assigned to the 13th Spt. Bde. for “duty purposes only” severed all natal ties with the WAC Co. Beginning early one morning 25 soldiers helped their female counter- parts move boxes luggage and duffle bags into the 13th Spt. Bde. WAC billets officially making them members of the brigade. Priot to this move WACs reported for duty daily to units within the brigade but turned to the WAC Co. for all person- nel action. The WAC Co. Com- mander had the jurisdiction authority of the Uniform Code of Military Justice over all female-enlisted personnel and also insured the WACs were clothed and properly billeted. Last eek’s move of the brigade WACs became the ‘f irs a of all non- divisional women to be com- pletely assigned to the units they previously had “only duty in.” They reported to their once all-male unit supply for their issue of field clothing and “during early morning for- mations he...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 17 May 1974

Friday May 17 1974 A TA W IT HOW The Honorable M. David Lowe Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs spent last Wednesday visiting members of the 2nd Armd. Div. Concerned primarily with personnel attitudes toward the I The 2nd Armd. Div. rolled out their best red.carpet Wed- nesday for the Honorable M. aid A is a Secretary of the Arm for Manpower and Reserve A f- fairs. Lowe spent an entire day with the Iron Deuce” during his two day visit to Ft. Hood the firs installation visit he has made since assuming his post last month. A a by Clayton Gompf Deputy for military Personnel Policy and aj. rank S. Adams his it a A is received a VIP welcome from Hell on Wheels’ troops. Concerned rim a rily with personnel attitudes toward the Army why soldiers had joined or re liste Lowe spent Neeting coming up farA A A A The area regional meeting of the Arm Aviation Association (AAAA) ill be held in San An- tonio on May 23 through 25. The meeting ill be conducted at t£e Pala...

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