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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Page Eieht 4th Tank Battalion Pvt. James Coffee was home one CO. a three day pass last weekend Pvt. George Aleski was promot ed to PFC this week. H&S CO. Lt. Charles Keweshan and Lt JLiI. V^llariea rvcwcaiiaii cuiu John Nagle have been transferred to 4005th ASU for separation. While Lt. Nagle was at the 4005th ASU he was promoted to first lieuten­ ant. PFC Clifford Geiger graduated top man in his class at Fort Knox Ky. We wish to convey our con­ gratulations along with the Com­ manding General of 4th Army Hood CCf "A" Comander and the Battalion Commander on a job well done. Billy Powell was promoted to master sergeant this week. A CO. PFC Floyd Henderson has left the company and is now processing for discharge at the 4005th. SFC Richard Smith also left during the week for the 4005th Trf Pt. Privates Howard Jones Jimie Wainscot and Dwaine Key have left to attend the leadership Auto­ motive mechanics and Clerk Typ­ ists courses at the NCO Academy. Pvt. David Manigault returned fro...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 3 1953 a •2nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery HQ BTRY Chaplain Robert D. Wilson was assigned to Hq Btry this week Chaplain Wilson served with the 45th Infantry Division in Korea for 14 months where he was awar­ ded the Bronze Star. He recently returned from a visit to the Holy Land. 2ND AAA AW BN The 2nd AAA basketball team sparked by Corporals Charles H. Shenck and William D. Anderson defeated two strong opponents last week. The 100th Tk Bn was beat­ en 78 28 while the Post Hbspital was trounced 88 56. A BTRY PFC Jerry Lewis is leaving soon Lto attend school. The battery is spending the mon­ th of December at North Fort Hood. 27th AFA HQ BTRY Capt. Kenric D. Speed is on 13- day leave. Pvt. Milon O. Bug is also on 13 day leave. Pvt. William H. Ogden is taking the radio repair course at Camp Chaffee. Pvt. Cecil G. White has joined the battery as a radar repairman. Col. Albert D. Schutz battalion commander is on four day leave. A BTRY Pvt. Orien N. Knight has return­ ed from 12 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Page Ten 634th Armored Infantry Bn HQ CO Cpl. Robert J. Snyder returned recently from a ten day furlough. Taking his place while he has been away was Cpl. Charles Mitch ell. PFC Walter White has been do ing an outstanding job in the bat talion message center. M-Sgt. Luther Traylor opera­ tions sergeant spent Thanksgiv ing Day at home. The battalion basketball team won its fourth game Wednesday by defeating the Killeen Base team. M-Sgt. Harold L. Bailey from the 501st Repl. Co. and Pvt. Edd C. Shelton of B. Co have joined Hq Co. Corporals Frederick C. Bohl- ken and Robert L. Kasper and Privates First Class Gerry M. Peoples and Russell M. West Jr. were recently promoted. Sgt. J. C. Rumbaugh and Pvt. Eugene H. Slovak have returned to the company after completing auto mechanics school at Camp Chaffee. 123 AOB HQ DET Sgt William R. Larson and Pvt. William F. Shumate left this week for the 4005th ASU Transfer Cen­ ter. Lieutenants Jack V. Cowan Don­ ald M. Brown Richard C. Hart- wig and M...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

fc 4 »r Thursday Dec. 3 1953 LEGALS legal Directory A-1 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at L*w Ratllff Bldg Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS SPECIAL NOTICES B-5 FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN Sci­ ence by Mary C. Holloway YWCA Gym­ nasium Franklin Street and 26th. Waco Texas 3:30 p.m. Sunday November 15. Public cordially invited. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-l MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator 72.50 Completely Furnished ach Apartment has Attic Fan and Wall Furnace TWO BEDROOM 67.50 Unfurnished 72.50 Stove & Refrigerator 87.50 Completely Furnished School Under Construction AN F.H.A. GOVT. APPROVED COLORED DEVELOPMENT Open 7 Days Weekly See or Call Rental Office Hwy. 190 Killeen FREE RENT Highway Terrace APARTMENTS BELTON Furnished & Unfurnished 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. Central Heating Hardwood Floors New & Modern Furniture 2...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 December 1953

Page Twelve 504th HQ CO SFC Roger D. Doherty joined the unit and has assumed the dut­ ies of supply sergeant. Cpl. John K. Lord and PFC John A. Koenig were transferred to the 54th Sig Co during the past week. Sgt. Alexander Z. Sokolek re­ turned from a short leave recently. The battalion basketball team still leads the National League following its win over the 81st Re- con Bn last week. Pvt. Gilbert A. Skurulsky led the scoring for the signal men with 17 points. 626th SIG CO PFC William H. Haviland left the company for the 4005th ASU PFC Jethro Carter replaced Pri­ vate Haviland as Armorer. PFC Ismael C. Vargas extend­ ed his enlistment for one year and he will soon be sent to Eucom. The unit bowling team captured the honors for the 504th Sig Gp Bowling League for the second time. PFC Donald M. Eul had a 231 single game and a 631 series to make him top winner for the third time. 28th SIG CO The TV set won by the company in the Fort Hood Chest Drive has been installed in the day roo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

•3 VOL. 1 No. 48 4 The pledge that is to be issued calls attention to these facts and others summarized from recogniz­ ed safety codes. The signing of the pledge will not be compuls­ ory according to Woodrow W. Young Post Safety Inspector but soldiers who voluntarily sign pled­ ge themselves "not to exceed speed limits and not to drive while drink­ ing or after drinking." The safety office is also encour­ aging unit commanders to immed­ iately report accidents that occur between now and the beginning of the leave period and to sched­ ule safety talks and demonstra­ tions for all the men of the units. Displays of wrecked vehicles and lack coffin boxes wi'l be placed each of the three gates leading and off the reservation as grim reminders of the cost of traffic carelessness. JjSk A frames are also to be erect­ ed along the main exit routes that bear the message "Everyone Think and Stay Alive" the motto being emphasized this year by the Safe­ ty Office. Safety officials here have conf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

page Two "All Halo points jump off!" With this crisp command the Aggressor forces rolled into action and the United States forces knew they had a battle on their hands. The United States forces had just captured their objective three small knolls in the middle of Fort Hood's training area and now it was up to the Aggressors to test their defenses and see how well the objective could be held. Ordinarily running such a field problem could become a dull mat­ ter because the absence of a real "enemy" for the United States forces to battle tends to dull the edge of realism. When the Aggressors are on hand however they add the spark of realism that whets the competi­ tive appetite of the opposing forces General To Expand Suggestion Program The commanding general of the 1st Armored Division and Fort Hood has called for more military participation in the Department of Soldier Civilians Receive Awards For Suggestions One soldier and five civilians received recognition Tuesday af­ ternoon for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

I Tnursday Dec/10 1953 This Week's SCREEN "Give A Girl A Break" is a a an in a a an a with Marge & Grower Champion and Debbie Reynolds. In this one the Champions again prove them- serves a captivating dance team in a story involving three girls who vie to replace the star of a Broad­ way musical show. (Technicolor Lowe's Family Musical) "Forever Female" is the story of the trouble that playwrite Wil­ liam Holden has in having his first play produced. Paul Douglas agrees to produce it provided his ex-wife Ginger Rogers is cast in the lead. The play flops when it opens but the stoi*y reaches a warm and hilarious climax. (Paramount Family Comedy Drama) "Geraldine" with John Carroll and Mala Powers is the story of timid college singing teacher who is working on a thesis on folk music for his doctorate degree. He is duped into making a popular recording and the record becomes an sensation all of which proves to be a financial success Iovernight ir him. "(Republic Family Musical) ^"De...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

Page Four and permission from AFPS. •VnXIAM S. 122 Bantisms Brigade PROTESTANT: Singles Published In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and statement's reflected In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements in this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. AH news matter for nuliltcatlon should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Forces Press Service material papers a?e authorized to reprint non-copyrtehted Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free. All nictnres are Unite...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

Thursday Dec ?Ao 1953 ^The OCS Road's Rough And Rocky Joe had finished his basic train­ ing. During basic he had taken plenty of guff and harassing from the cadre and the company offi­ cers. He felt that now he was no longer a recruit ane he needn't jump every time he was given an order. Naturally after he failed to com­ ply with orders a few times con­ sequently receiving severe rep­ rimands and after he was chew­ ed out by one of the junior offi­ cers for not "snapping to" when the officer approached he began to feel that he was being treated unjustly. Joe began to rack his brain for some idea as to how he could get even with "brass hats". Then came the dawn. He was eligible to apply for OCS! Sure that was the answer. He would go to OCS. Then he'd show some of those lit­ tle "tin soldiers" a thing or two. Of course there wasn't much he could do about the treatment he had already received from those characters but at least he would be on an equal level with them and would have a ni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

Fort Hood cagers composed of players from the 634th Armd. Inf. Bn. and the 16th Armd. Eng. Bn. lost 59-48 to a fast-breaking quin­ tet from Southwestern University Tuesday night. "A" club this year. Washington (AFPS) The Ar­ my Quartermasters are on the move again. This time it's to the steaming jungle of the Panama Canal Zone for a test of experi­ mental hot weather clothing. This particular test is part of the continuing program of the QMC to make sure the American sol­ dier is the best dressed and equip­ ped in the world. During the year test teams have made cold weather clothing and equippage studies at Ft. Churchill and Newfoundland Canada and New Hampshire in addition to those conducted in Korea in cooperation with Army Field Forces. Last summer various designs of hot weather clothing were evaluat­ ed under simulated combat condi­ tions on the desert near Yuma Ariz. The four types of uniform to be rated during the 37 day test pe­ riod are: The hot wet (jungle) uniform of perme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

Thursday DejL 10 1953 Army Inductees To Go To Units After Release WASHINGTON (AFPS) A plan to assign obligated enlisted re­ servists to units of the active Army National Guard or Army Reserve near their homes as "mobilization assignees" upon release from active duty will be tested by the Army Jan. I through June 30 1954. The tests will be conducted within one military district of each of the six continental Army areas. Future of the plan will depend upon test results. This plan at­ tempts to fill a requirement of the Army and the tests are de signed to determine adequacy of administrative procedures. G-l officials point out that be­ ing a "mobilization assignee" will in no way extend a man's obli­ gated service but will eramark him for a specific type of assign­ ment. Transfer to the Standby Reserve will still entail at least two and in most cases three years of active participation in a training pro­ gram. The plan has a three-fold ob­ jective (1) to accomplish before any given mob...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

^Page Eight 100th Tank Battalion IQ CO This companylost 34 men by way of overseas shipment during the last week. Pvt. John Putfark and Pvt. F. H. David returned to the company from the NCO Academy. gCEJEULfe PFC Herbert C. Miller has left to attend the clerk typist school at the NCO Academy. A CO Pvt. James Willis has returned to duty from the hospital where 13 Tank HQ CO Willie Paris has been promoted to private first class. A CO The company has returned from North Fort Hood. This unit spent a month in the field training and supporting the 701st AIB in various problems and courses. Pvt. Dario Rendon is attending school in Fort Knox and Pvt. Gor­ don Smith is becoming acquaint­ ed with the CBR school at Fort Sam Houston. Lt. John F.- Gamble was pro­ moted recently. Pvt. Benny Russ and Pvt. Ed­ ward Haake were added to the company roster this week. CO Lt. Jimmy Pigg a graduate of West Point recently joined this organization. Pvt.. Livingston Craig who has just returned from Germany h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

Thursday Dec./ 10 1953 £702nd Armored Infantry Bn HQ CO PVT B. J. Lawrence of head­ quarters platoon and Pvt. Jose Or tega of the commo section return­ ed from 15 day leaves this week. Norris Silcio and Alvin Doucett were promoted to private first class last week. M/Sgt. Albert Capps and SFC Eugene Gilkison joined the com­ pany recently. Following his stay in the hos­ pital Pvt. Herbert Lanier return­ ed to work in the supply room. PFC Caril Richards is attending the mechanics course at Fort Knox. Pvt. Walter Milton has return­ ed from the leadership course at the NCO Academy. PFC Harry Miller and PFC Jam- JA ps Seitz are on leave this week. CO Lt. Stanford R. Wilson was pro­ moted and given a leave this past week. Samuel E. Reed Ronald D. Mc- Auley Moses Hamilton George C. Jackson and Floyd Bearnose join­ ed this unit recently. Lt. Kenneth E. Koop has been assigned to this organization and will take up duties as platoon lead­ er. Fletcher J. Smith Oscar J. Slo- vack and Larry R. Ro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

Page Ten 73rd Armored Field Artillery HQ BTRY Pvt. Antonio Martinez is back with the battery following his com­ pletion of the clei'ical course at the NCO Acadcmy. Sgt. Nathaniel Dcsmore was pro­ moted recently. PFC Archie Isaacks is back with the battery after attending classes at the NCO Academy for four week. A BTRY PFC Norman R. Andrews and PFC Leroy Headen are now at­ tending the leadership course at the Academy. Pvt. Anthony Guerriero is attend­ ing mechanic school at the NCO Academy. PFC Clarence A. Elderbrook has returned from the NCO Academy where he completed the leader­ ship course. PFC Don R. Adams has been transferred to Hq Btry for duty as battalion S 1 clerk. Pvt. Charles L. Suitor and Pvt. Archie G. Holt recently returned from leaves. PFC Jimmy L. Todd and PFC Thurman T. Tull are on leave. BTRY Pvt. Domingo Sanders has been admitted to the hospital. Cpl. Ernest Smith and PFC Dale Delabar have returned from a stay at the hospital. Pvt. Charlie Abies and Pvt. Glov­ er ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

Thursday Dec. 10 1953 LEGALS Legal Directory A-1 TOM A. CARLILE Attorney at Law Ratliff Bldg Office No. 1 Phone 4591 Killeen NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS SPECIAL NOTICES B-5 FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN Sci­ ence by Mary C. Holloway YWCA Gym­ nasium Franklin Street and 26th. Waco. Texas 3:30 p.m. Sunday November 15. Public cordially invited. LOST. FOUND B-8 LOST: PFC WAYNE R. ASSERT HQ Reserve Command offers $25 reward for the return of his wallet containing a large sum of money. LOST: WILL THE SOLDIER WHO picked up in Fort Worth and brought to Temple on the night of Nov. 27 Please return the papers that were in the bill­ fold that you took from the front seat of my car. a 1953 Bel-Aire Chev. If you have disposed of them please notify me where they may be found. Thank you. Sgt. Jack L. Cummings Co 303d Sig Bn. PERSONALS B-9 WANTED: TWO RIDERS TO SHARE ride and expenses to L. A.. Calif. De­ cember 21 in 1951 Merc. Contact SFC Charles ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 December 1953

age Twelve BLITZ BUGGIES—The Army jeep now packs a powerful new wallop. A 105-millimeter "hip pocket" artillery piece makes it a worthy opponent for any tank it may encounter. Shown above are four of the recoilless rifle-packing jeeps now in use at the Infantry School Fort Benning Ga. jeep's New Look Means It's Deadly Fort Benning (ANF) Ga. The Army's new jeep has been wedded to the infantry's punch packing 105 millimeter "hip pocket" ar- 27th AFA 4^ Pvt. Allen Rosenberg recently left Hq battery for his assignment at Fort Bragg with the psychologi­ cal warfare branch of the Army The men of Hq Btry were con­ gratulated by Capt. Gale Christy on the fine job they did on the battalion test. Pvt. Rudy Mullinnix has been assigned to the Fort Hood food service school. Pvt. Thomas Monczewski is at­ tending leadership school at the NCO Academy. PFC Noah Boudreaux is attend­ ing clerk typist school at the NCO Academy. A BTRY Lt. H. A. McDougal has left to attend the CBR school at Fort Sam Hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

VOL. 1 No. 49 Santa Claus will get to Fort Hood this year if the 1st Ar­ mored Division Postal Section has anything to do with it. Per­ sonnel of the section under Maj. John W. Dyer Division Postal Of­ ficer are geared to face the tre­ mendous onslaught of Christmas cards packages and letters ex­ pected for "Old Ironsides" person­ nel. A special 12 hour .post office ser­ vice has already gone into effect to facilitate mailing with hours from 0800 to 2000 daily except Saturday and Sunday. The Battal­ ion Ave. post office will remain open till 1700 hours on Saturdays and be closed on Sundays. To keep the holiday spirit from getting lost amid the shuffle of envelopes the Division Post Office I has piped in Christmas music for! the enjoyment of its customers A Happy Leave And A Chorus To Sing Christmas Mush A program of sacred and secu­ lar Christmas music will be pre­ sented by the 1st Armored Division maie chorus this evening at 8 p. m. in the 52nd Street Chapel. In addition to carols...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

Page Two Keeping occupied is no prob­ lem for the Transportation Light Aircraft Section at Fort Hood. Normally the men of the sec tion have plenty of work to do any­ way but now they're in the midst of the huge project of uncrating and assembling 91 Army helicop­ ters. Helicopters are the spectacular addition to the Army's aviation support which have proved their mettle in combat to evacuate cas­ ualties for photographic and re­ connaissance missions and to pro­ vide "eyes" for the Army's com­ bat forces. "We're really getting speedy at putting them together too" says Capt. K. J. Smith section Main­ tenance Officer. "When we first began assemb­ ling the 'whirlybirds' it took us three days to put one together. Now we open all the crates con­ taining the sections of one heli­ copter in the morning and by 5 p. m. we have it in the air." That's where Captain Smith's biggest job comes in. He's the only helicopter pilot as­ signed to the section and it his task to test fly each one that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 December 1953

[Thursday D^j. 17 1953 Lswrcncc Reynolds. TV. Reynolds. KILLEEN THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Group Singing. Henderson. Singing. Thursday December 17 No. 1—"Forever Female" Ginger Rogers William Holden Paul Doug­ las. No. 3—"Fort Ti" George Montgomery Joan Vohs No. 4—"Forever Amber" Linda Darnell Cornel Wilde Richard Greene No. 5—"Captain John Smith and Pocahontas" Anthony Dexter Jody 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Play: Cyrano de Bergerac. NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Deck the Halls (Decorating Party) Carol Singing. ACADEMIC DRIVE SERVICE CLUB—With Boughs of Holly (Deco­ rating Party) BRIGADE AVENUE SERVICE CLUB—Request Music Pass the Snow­ ball. Friday December 18 No. 1—"Forever Female" Ginger Rogers William Holden Paul Doug­ las. No. 3—"Give a Girl a Break" Marge and Gower Champion Debbie No. 4—"Bad For Each Other" Charlton Heston Lizabeth Scott. No. 5—"Geraldine" John Carroll Mala Powers. 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Blind Date Nite. NORTH FORT HOOD SERVICE CLUB—Tree Trimming Party Box ...

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