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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

age en -B ik ad ik Son By DAVE BENNE1T Private Earl Chapman is a truck drivin’ son of a truck driver. The 17-year-old member of Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. 66th Armor (2/66) 2nd Armd. Div. is doing exactly what his dad did exactly 20 years ago. And not only did they both pilot deuce-and-a-halves for the very same battalion they were each assigned to what is now the same company two decades apart. The younger Chapman who has been ith the Iron Knights” for two months often heard his father talk about his truck driving days with the 6th Tank Bn. of the 24th Inf. Div. irr Korea. But it wasn’t until a recent retreat ceremony that he put two and two together and got 2/J56. -‘‘They were reading our unit is to ’’ ex lain ed the moustached Oklahoman “and when I heard that we had been the 6th Tank Bn. of the 24th Inf. Div. in Korea it ‘bout khocked me down!” -“Dad was in Headquarters ajid Service Co. which became our Hq. Co. and when I told him we were both in the same company he really freaked out.” ‘“O...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday May 3 1 1 9 7 4 THAT ’A GIRL Chaplain (Cpt.) Elver- nice Davis DISCOM 1st Cav. Div. calms his horse as many other chaplains must have done during the Civil War. With freedom given to the slaves several thousand joined the Union forces and were By JOHN PIERCE Hundreds of thousands of American soldiers have been ra helped and strengthened by the services of one group of men the chaplains throughout the wars of Am erica’s history. These men have served as legal defense counselors for t- a ti a ls to rs a librarians education coun- selors ess officers censors of mail and leaders in battle. The champlaincy has been a part of the Army since the labored beginnings of the Nation. It was the chaplain who dedicated to his mission of aiding the soldier gave faith' to men when discouragement reigned. The mission of the chaplaincy is explained by the Jesuit General James Lainez to a Spanish officer: “I believe that our Lord will be very well served and your Excellency much consoled if you...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Twelve-B ro history the timely exchange of messages and communications on the battlefield has been a prime concern of every combat com- mander. And researchers at MAS- STER are now involved in a study of new devices that can transmit and receive detailed information faster and more accurately than present Army equipment. The new devices are tactical facsimile sets that can tran- sm it an re iv a reproductions or copies of just about anything written prin- ted or drawn on a sheet of paper. Actually the devices being tested by MASSTER (Modem Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) are similar to those used by the news media and industry for many years but their poten- tial use in combat has not been fully exploited. “The mechanical operation of the facsimile sets is rather simple” explained Major Wil- liam C. W aynick the test project officer. “A sheet of paper with the message or drawing or whatever is placed in the machine in a plastic car- rier which passes in front ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday. May 31 1974 1*1 A 'n 1? "v ‘Ah i. ■. •Ww" f**'* .v- ARMED AND DANGEROUS During a recent tac- tical training exercise members of the 163rd Military Intelligence Battalion at Ft. Hood were trained in the proper handling of suspicious civilian prisoners in a combat area. In this case the suspect is Private First Class Ruth R. Constance a member of the 21st Replacement Detachment at Ft. Hood. Each prisoner in Over a half-million children In Texas are in need of some kind of psychiatric care. One out of ten children need help for en ta or emotional problem s. For information a a SHERIFF about mental health topics rite: E ducation irector Texas Association for Mental Health 103 antern Lane Austin Texas 78731. Train For Law Enforcement VS APPROVED STATE POLICE detective COUNTY MARSHAL PATROL pu ty ail iff CITY POLICE WHAT’S HE LOOKING FOR? Lieutenant Clayton K. Harris 2nd Bde. 2nd Armd. Div. seems to be concen- trating on whatever his giant likeness of General S. Patton is concentr...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Fourteen-B Monday JJune 8:28 Care and Concern 8:^3— PM Communications 9:00-— echT ngon .45CalPistol Pt 2 9:4?— 105mm Gun Tank M60 Intro 10:0(1— Intro to ap Reading 10:40'— ADA Weapons Sys Vulcan Totted Pt 2 11:60 military Justice 11:24 Effective Army Writing Pt 4 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 The roblem of Amphetamine Abuse 1:^0 Chalk Talk on Alcoholism 2:05 ADA W weapons Sys Vulcan Towed Procedures and rills 2:30— Patrolling: Conduct of a Patrol 3:00— Annual SAEDA Presentation 3:87 Reporting Information 4:31 O a rap rs in the Polar Regions 5:28 Care and Concern 5:13 Energy vs Ecology the Great eb|te 6: JO Special Breed 6:35 Walk With Me 7:28 Care and Concern 7:43 European Tapestry 8:05 Bright Star Tuesday 4 June 8:07 Tim ber Trestle Bridges 9:00 Let's earn to Teletype-Teletype Maint 9:22 Tac Radio Teletype Pt 1 10:00 Com munications Security 10:39 One orce 11 :J0 Gen Disassy & Assy of M16E1 Rifle 11 :J6 Garrison ess Equip Pt 5 12:27 Perform ance Test 1:00 Courses in Civil U...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday May 31 1974 E ate ffe re te his em rial ay acatio an trav led from as egas to sunny a lifo rn ia here he encountered lovely s. S andy Johnson. Sandy has lived in th W est for the ast six ears an earn eep by selling cosmetics to la rg ro s. S andy attends S anta onica om unity College and is in the ro cess la in lu FINGER STEAK BASKET Coming soon to the Hood Hideaway Supper Club is Alan A ’s a a comedy ‘How The Other Half Loves” to be presented as Dinner Theater by the Fort Hood Theater on the nights of 121314 and 15 June 1974. The play concerns Frank a boss Bob one of his a s­ OLD FASHIONED HAMBURGER —ONION RINGS— malts and S ha es ade with Real Fruit WOODY'S DRIVE-IN 1 Oth and wander Avenue QUICK CURB SERVICE of stu in food and nutrition. Ms. John- son as fo rtu ate enough to be chosen as la ’s la ate forth month of June. ucky fo Jeff that June is noted for any eventful happenings and who knows hat good luck ay befall him before the month is out. (Photo co rtesy of layboy ag...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Page Sixteen-B BU SJN ESSSER VICES Radio Ser ic _°44 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch Portable with Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and Make Your Selection from Our Large Stock. Monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 West RancierAve. illeen.......................................... 634-4742 ____________ Sentinel Classified RENTALS Apartments Furn. 072 COUNTRY LIVING in the City mat's living at WESTGATE APARTMENTS BRAND NEW NOW LEASING ttfn^ Furn-#_ Upho Is ter 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount urniture 315 North 8th M4-0323 afn )_____________________ AirCoruLH ea trng____050 GEORGE’S AIR CONDITIONING CH EATING REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen ___________ «fn)_ L^wnMower^R(?p. 060 EXPERT LAWN MOWER TILLER & MINI-BIKE 1 REPAIR arts in Stock McQ REPAIR SHOP 912W.HWY. 190 634-3224 ___ sc^ er ic 063 PAT’S COIN SHOP STAMPS SUPPLIES A N METAL I DETECTORS 8TH ST.-KILLEEN-526-5584 1-2-3 edroom s furnished & unfur- nished. Individual Heat &am...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

Friday. May 31. 1974 BEAUTY AND BRAINS A WINNING COMBINATION Selected over a field of eleven bea tie ranging fro ages 18 to 24 fc. onna arie a rra ffa (rig t) and orothy ro (M rs.) were selected the a BEHOLDER Assisted by a ember of the rig a O ffic rs W ives’ Club r. ill Stefek ire to of I I I Corps-Ft. Hood Out- door cre a tio Services presents the tro to the firs Ms. Ft. Hood Outdoor ecreation fc. Donna arie arraffa Gasoline to be kept in fuel tanks The Defense Supply Agency warns that gasoline ill not be carried in passenger car- rying vehicles used for official business except in the fuel tank th vehicle. The •restriction applies to govern- iment owned vehicles used for official business and ap- proved container when per- mitted by local laws or or- nitted by local laws or or- IN 6 Your. 6&ss?j inw ove Hie sprinkler ground! fold tun-off dinances may be used only to hand carry up to one gallon fuel when are disabled.” We should all take this advice at home also. It a if (Ame...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 31 May 1974

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 13 AHoTUbR H£RE COMETS SOMMER ‘Published by Community Enterprises Incorporated a private firm no way connected with the Department ot tne the Department of the Army. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not By TOM WOLSFELD If you’re lucky enough to walk away from an automobile or pedestrian accident you can do just that walk away. However when a boating or swimming accident occurs riot even uninjured people can walk away. Too often these people never make it safely to shore. Of the eleven drownings involving Ft. Hood soldiers so far this year five have occurred while swimming one while pleasure boating and four while fishing from a boat. A suspected major factor involved in the swim- ming accidents was overestimation of the individual’s swimming ability while most of the boating accidents were caused by the victims overextending the limits of the boat and causing it to capsize. Really No Reason Joe C. Barton Jr. Hood Safety Director is at a loss to e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Two-A & i- mra iiDQB E lili free: sho7TLE bos SERVICE EVERV aturdav and I SONDAV THE BEACH FROM 14 6fOPS IN THE DIV. AREA.? SAVE GAS.f SAVE MxIRSEtF TriE HEADACHE OF TRAFFIC AND PARKINS.? By JOHN SPANN Tired of hanging around the barracks on the weekends because you don’t have a set of wheels out of money or don’t have enough gas for the buggy? Well you don’t even have an excuse now no you can’t gripe about “there’s nothing to do” anymore because the 2hd Armd. Div. has got your ticket for a free ride to Belton Lake. That’s right FREE! (And who says the Army doesn ’t take care of its own) *The bus is here all it takes is for you to get your •Sunday June 2 was a big day for the men of the 1st Bn. 614 FA because on the same day in 1798 the 1st Bn. 6th FA was first organized under Cpt. James Stiile as a regiment of artillerymen and engineers E /4RS drive goes over the top IFt. Hood Troops have pushed the 1974 AER/ARS Fund Drive to a successful conclusion. Final deposits by Unit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Friday I 7 1 9 7 4 Use care in buying Editor's Note: Captain Ted Smith is an As- sistant Legal Assistance Of- ficer in the Staff Judge Ad- vocate General’s office for III Corps and t. Hood. He iv his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University. With the price of food in- creasing every week we are all willing to listen to someone with an idea to reduce our food costs. One such idea is to pur- chase a freezer full of food at bargain prices. Stripped of its promotional trim ings the deal goes sometimes like this: The customer agrees to buy a life-time membership” in the lan” fo around $300.00. This gives him the privilege” of buying a three-month’s sup- ply of food. The company delivers around four times a year. In ost cases the Federal Trade Commission has found that the cost of this membership” plus the cost of the freezer plus the cost of the first three-month’s supply of food plus the cost of the finan- cing charges comes to around $1000.00 or more. 4 The salesman promotes thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

age Four-A Cyclists face wrath road as few destroy image fall Some time back a scribbled note was delivered to one of the divisional Accident Prevention offices. The note pertained to the maniacal driving practices of a large percentage and it was stressed that this did not pertain to a majority of motorcycle operators in this area. The note read in part: “What does it take tc own and ride a motorcycle? For a large percentage (not the majority) you must practice the following: 1. Ignore the speedometer. 2. Ignore highway lane markings. 3.. Use the shoulder of the highways if traffic flow is too slow. 4. Ignore highway barricades. 5. Use service station driveways to bypass the traffic lights. 6. Practice wheelies in congested areas. 7. Park anywhere you please. 8. View all areas as your own private moto-cross track. While the SENTINEL concurs with the author of the note that the majority of cyclists are not guilty of these practices it must be noted that the impression created by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

1 The 2nd Armd. Div.’s 2nd Bn. 5th Air Defense Arty. (2/5 ADA) went swimming last ft week but it was no ordinary day at the beach. For the first time since the “Defenders” were organized "Sin O ctober of 1971 their Chaparral and Vulcan anti- -aircraft weapons were taken for a little swim at 30-foot Meep Hunter Lake. ft ft ft CEDAR GROVE COPPERAS COVE 547-4293 a ft! Y’AII Come To Information Office” Killeen Midtown Mall Parking Lot The Chaparral and Vulcan tracks took to the waves cautiously at first but soon gained confidence like a kid at the seashore and had to be cal- led in they enjoyed the swim so much. I ’s re than just training” commented Cpt. Max aylor Defenders” Asst. S-3. “It’s an orientation to water maneuvers and a SHY CHAPARRAL Though not really afraid of the water it was with a good deal of caution that this Chaparral of Btry. “C” 2nd Bn. 5th Air Defense Arty of the 2nd Armd. Div. edged into Hunter Lake iiS s? VULCAN ISLAND Looking like a very small island or a very bi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Six-A The oldest armored unit in the United States Army held a retreat-retirement ceremony May 30 on HOW Field. The 1st Bn. 66th Arm. was organized in 1918 as “C” Co. 1st Separate Bn. Heavy Tank Section 65th Engr. by then Major George S. Patton. After several redesignations the bat- talion participated in World War II as part of the 2nd Ardd. Div. The it’s campaign steamers include: Algeria- French Morocco Sicily Nor- mandy and Norther France. The battalion also participated in campaigns in the Korean Conflict. The battalion host was Col. Tommy G. Smith commander of the 2nd (St. Lo) Bde. with Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair HOW commander acting as the reviewing officer. Seven soldiers were honored at th ir re tire ts for distinguished service to the nation during their combined 141 years of service. Master Sgt. Carlo Arroyo received the Meritorious Ser­ There is anew item for sale in the newly renovated 2nd Armd. Div. Museum Gift Shop. It is a cheerful yellow book cal- led “Here’s HOW...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Friday June 7 1974 1 st A IC IT HOSTESS As Division publicity hostess I would like to remind the unit publicity hostesses that all S cial N te should be delivered or mailed to me by Sunday for publication the fol- lowing Friday. I need two copies triple spaced. If Mon- day is a holiday I need the copies on Thursday. Thank you Mrs. Harry W. Gabel 1205 Stephens Street Killeen Texas 76541 Phone 634-5701. I 1st BN. 13th ARMOR The officers and wives of the l/13th Tank turned back the clock to the 1950s as they celebrated “Nostalgia Night.” Hosting the May 24 party was “C” company.<p></p>HOI Spinning the 2nd Bn. 66th Armor The families of 2nd Bn. 66th Armor held their monthly Hail and Farewell with a family picnic on Belton Lake on May 2?th. ie tea Colonel 'R ic a L. reeney Bn. Cbmdr. welcomed to the Bn. ii. and Mrs. Reginald Olson. A traditional Iron Knight” plaque was given to Lt. and Ajrs. Forrest Aurentz as a fjh'ewell gift they will depart sjponfor Germany. -•A baby cup w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Eight-A A a is a a is a a HAS ANYBODY SEEN ROMMEL? A 2nd Armored Divsion tank crew search the North Afican desert for signs of Ger- man and Italian armored forces. The Hell on Wheels tankers wearing protective The growl of an engine The telltale sound of tracks. The ominous whine of a swinging turret. HOW RUMBLES ALONG The M-48 Patton was named in honor of HOW’s famed WW II commander General George S. Patton Jr. and saw extensive action in Korea and Vietnam. Offer your child opportunity this Try a Purchase Plan JOHNSON PIANO & ORGAN The Complete Music Store 634-5325 773-3231 401 E. Rancier 119 S. Main Killeen Tempi* Choose from Our Wide Selection of: BALDWIN-WURLITZER-KAWAI-HAMMOND uitars and Amps CURRIER-GIBSON-GRETSCH- PEAVEY-ACCOUSTIC covering against the blistering rays of the African sun beat back numerous Axis counter-attacks to gain and maintain con- trol of North Africa. (M4 Sherman) They mean only one thing. .the tanks of HOW. Shop RUTLAND’S S erv in You fro Two ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Friday June 7 1974 Brigade travels to Port Arthur The a ju tiv a l’s barkers could be heard all *along the midway “hot links boiled crawfish lobster coke or beer”. But the crowd moved to an area where there weren’t any barkers where the display itself a ttrac te throngs of people. Helicopters radios telephones and the junior jump tower all elements of a vast Army display stood alone. The 13th Support Brigade and the 1st Cav. Div. both from Ft. Hood at the request of the Cajun Festival Committee and th sto A rm ecru itin ain Station provided a display that stole the show at the festival. Mr. Art Spencer program coordinator of the festival s4id “The Army has brought to Port Arthur and the Cajun Festival a display that is both educational and entertaining.” The signal equipment and helicopters provide a look at the new Army while the junior jignp tower provided young- sters of all ages with an en- joyable experience that they will rem ember for along time.” During the three day festiva...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Ten-A opr The Copperas Cove Cham- ber of Commerce has finalized plans for a full day of activities on Saturday June 15 honoring Ft. Hood personnel that will in- lu a in drawings refreshments and a talent contest featuring local entries. With the backing of Cop- peras Cove merchants the “Ft. Hood Appreciation Day” will officially begin when the Military Affairs Committee of the Chamber fetes Ft. Hood GREASED POLE CLIMB Sliding back Organization Day committee was placed down the “Grease Pole Climb” is one at the top of the 20 foot pole. (U.S. Army member of “A” Co. A total of 45 dollars Photo) donated by the members of the 57th Sig. OPERATION HELPIN. 6 HANP Cove honors Hood men dignitaries to an invitational coffee at the Cove State Bank. “We all feel that this day of appreciation is certainly long overdue and we trust this will help convey our thanks and ap- preciation for the “Operation Helping Hand” project when Ft. Hood mobilized the 1st Cav. Div. and brought them to opperas ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Friday June 7 1974 By ROBERT VAIL William W. Hoffman rides ^motorcycles with a vengeance or so say the riders on the two- day international tour. After an unbelievable gold medal finish in the Ft. Hood Two-Day International (his first race in this style competition) Cpt. Jeffrey White approached Hof- fman to ride on the Ft. Hood Motorcycle Racing-Recruiting Team. Since then he has been a remarkable success story in a sport that demands seasoned reflexes and endurance. In a recent interview Hoff- man explained his astonishing Cinderella story with motor- cycles. Although he had only been in two other races before the Ft. Hood race in March a Motorcross race at Ft. Hood in August of last year and an en- £NWRONM&NTAL EMPHASIS I PLEASE PRINT NAME I I I MILITARY ADDRESS CITY duro race Hoffman has been around motorcycles and com- petition since he was nine years old. Hoffman built his first motorcycle out of two old Army bunks and a lawn mower engine in Panhandle Texas. His father tau...

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