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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Two-B if&r VJ/ 4 A* Wm&i By JERRY REED Sports Editor Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fambro of Strawn Texas an- nounce the engagement of their son Rick to the Southern Methodist University football team. Perkins Chapel on the campus of SMU will be the site PftflkStB i'?u% llf|f|fe Isli ... ‘7 stayed out fo first year and it almost killed e thats when I wanted to try again ! Mike Jay “Leatherneck” wakes good ud agrum a form er All-American -SSPilSll /S. M 1 A & ’’«. 7 I .** * at** .V ^.tf£ ***$ ~T^‘ 3$*%.' -f V* .*” t of the Monday afternoon ceremony with the Rev. Dave Smith officiating. This will be Rick Fambro’s third mythical wedding in as many years. His first came on August 211971 when he exchanged vows with the University of New Mexico foot- ball team. That marriage was terminated with an an- nulment on June 7 1972 as Rick was forced into a “shotgun-wedding” with the United States Army. Yesterday morning Fambro’s divorce from Ft. Hood and the Army was final and now after p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Friday June 7 1974 'SPORTS Cashing in the chips By JERRY REED Travel west on US 190 about thirty miles and you’ll find yourself in Lampasas Texas. According to the World Almanac there are 9323 residents in the Coryell County community. Most are reminded of the town’s size with jokes like “Lampasas is so small that it has only one yellow page in its telephone book.” Not much happens in Lampasas its a quiet little town nestled in the Texas “Hill Country”. Kids jockey for position around the Dairy Queen when not cruising up and down main street and the older folks sit on the front porch and discuss the weather and the “good old days”. Yep it’s just your typical little country town. It’s true there isn’t all that much to do in Lampasas and indeed there isn’t that much excitement most of the year. Many townspeople have been said to get thril- led by watching a Sears truck unload or watch the grass grow. Those are the standard comments usually direc- ted at all little towns and Lampasas i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Four-B Hood is crowned There was somewhat of an ironic touch to the Post Tennis Championships this year. Mel Hood won the post Championships by defeating 'Steve Morton. However what Was unusual was the fact that Morton won the 1st Cavalry Division crown with Hood 'coming in second. “We have played about six times this year” commented the new champ “I would win one he would win one and I’d win again that’s just the way that it has been going.” Hood defeated Jack Boden to advance to the finals. It’s in- teresting to note that Boden last year’s Post Championship titlist also failed to win his division championship. This year Boden did take the 2nd Armd. Div. crown. Hood took the post crown this year by defeating Morton by scores of 6-4 6-3 in the second round of a double- elimination. “The draw was a lot tougher this year” explained Hood adding “I guess I just played a little better also.” Sports scheduled The 27th Finance Co. softball team kept their winning streak at 11 straight...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

IMS'7 1974 S 4 ft- S $ kKvntffU jT SAU# Bakery Low Prices! Rye Bread 4 Skylark Regular special! —16-ox. Loaf English Muffins French Bread $ 1 $ Soft Drinks Cragmont. Stock tip Now For Picnics! Safeway Special! Golden Corn 'ft’Cream Style or 'ft’Whole Kernel. Town House. New Orleans a a Mrs- Wriqht's. ★Regular 24-ox. I I I lv or ★Sandwich. Sliced Leaf LEMONADE tflO.-fN COM«v:«AT£fOR Bel-air Cut Corn Whole Kernel 4. & Safeway Special! Kraft Dinner Macaroni & Cheese. Flavorful! Fast and Easy! Safeway Special! Crescent Rolls Mrs. Wright's. Easy to Prepare! Ready to Bake! 26 27 —10-ox. Fkg. —10-ox. Fkg. Green Beans 2 9 ‘f .f .s Regular Cut Bel-air a yta ft" a a. -10-ox. Fkg. Freeze Dried Coffee -4 a Jb W O V•' Safeway Special! Apple Sauce Town House. Serve Any Meal! Perfect With Pork! Swank. Thirst-Quenching! Refreshing! Safeway Special! Orange Juice Safeway Special! 37* Mrs. 12-os. Wright's Fkg. Skylark. 16-ox. W S 1 7 Cooking Oil —48-oz. Bottle 1 O 5 $ W 'A $A* Safaimgy Qmttky ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Six-B 4 !H lFt.Hood Monday Jan 8:27 Venomous A nim als: Arthropods 9:00 Tac Em ple of Div Arty. 1 9:44 Leadership orrectional Custody 10:00 Tac Em pl of Div Arty Pt 2 10:56— Vehicle ecovery: Expedients 11:30 Testing Switchbd SB-22A/PT Line & Trunk Signals /T est Set 1-181 12:27 Equipm ent Serviceability Criteria 1:01 Med Self-Help: Artifical Respiration 1:21 M73 MG Gen Assy & Disassy 2:00 Intro to 4 Evolution of Distur- bance 2:30 Map Reading Elevation 4 Relief. Pt 3 3:15 Intro to Teletypewriter AN/FGC-25 tl 3:30 Closed Breech Scavenger Sys M60A2 4:31 The irst US A rm y Who’s First? 5:27 Pioneers for Tomorrow 5:56— Drill Sergeant 6:25 Green Scene No. 1 6:42 1980 Is Tom morrow 7 -JH Magic of the Bicycle 7:55 FH Television ’73 8:00 Wishes Lies 4 Dreams aesdsy Jane 11 A Brush of Bristle 4 Piece of String Intro to Vehicle M114A1 Control of Shock 8:27 8:45 9:00 9:25 Gen isassy 4 Reassy of .45 Cal Pistol 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 12:27 Equip 12:39 1:00- 1:50 Speech Techniques F...

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

Friday June 7 1974 4 jefferey our wanderlusting photographer jetted from glittering Las Vegas to Miami Beach traveling by a Boeing 727 which left shimmering contrails of cloudy white across the Southern portion of the land. Immediately following his arrival in Florida he en- countered lovely Ms. Hedy Prescott and snapped her The “Gunners” of 1st Bn. 3rd Field Arty. (1/3 FA) 2nd Armd. Div. received anew commander last Friday in ceremonies under sunny skies at HOW Field. Incoming com- mander Lt. Col. Thomas L. Kelly received the colors from departing Lt. Col. Davis Clark. Kelly comes to the 1/3 FA from DivAty where he has served as Div Arty Executive Officer since July 1973. Clark who commanded the 1/3 FA from Dec. 15 1972 will be ser- ving in the Office of the Inspec- tor General with the U.S. Army Forces at Ft. Shafter Hawaii. The HOW Band opened the ill I y. Eyecatcher HOW gunners receive new CO program by playing selections depicting the history of 1/3 FA. They began with Tchaikov...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Eight-B Sentinel ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice to Public 010 CO NSECU TIV E O PIE S Of A ric a ifle a O ffic ia magazine of the N.R.A. collected from Jillv 1958 to Decem ber 1971. ost in int condition. Will sell all or a rt. Call Tem ple 778-3004 or rite Box 75 Temple exas 76501. in ic Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV Brand New 19 inch rta le ith Built-in A ntena. Rented by th Day Week or onth. Come by and ake Your Selection from Our Large Stock. Monthly Rentals$10to$15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. illeen ...........................................634-4742 (tfn) Furn. pholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) ________________ Air Con./ Heating____050 GEORGES AIR CO NDITIO NING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen RENTALS Apartments Unfur. 073 NOW LEASING The Village Aparments Family Apartment Homes ☆Lighted Tennis Courts ☆Heated Swimming Pool ☆W whirlpool ☆Club Room ☆Mini-Storage ☆Covered Carports ☆Queen-Size Beds in F...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

id a June 7 1974 Recreation Services By STAN GEYER Free Houston Trip Free Bus Trip to the Houston A strodom e!! This Sun. a ercial Bus will be leaving Recreation Centers at 9:30 a.m. to see the Astros bat- tle it out with the New York Mets. Discount tickets are available at the gate for all Military personnel. Sailboat Instruction Sailboat instructions are being given a the Belton A little 7 year old boy was taking a huge dictionary to school. When the principal saw him in the hall she said “My that is a heavy dic- tionary do you reaUy USE it in these gra e? Quickly he replied “Oh yes Mam it flattens out the bugp tye’re going to mount.” Lakeside Resort Boat Dock Wed. thru Sun. Skiboat in- structions are from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Sailboat instructions are from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations must be made by calling the Boat Dock at 685-6570. A license will be is- sued upon completion of the course and all personnel must have a license in order to rent a boat. Check-out Center Like to ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 7 June 1974

Page Ten-B a By RICHARD D. STACY CHAMPUS (Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services) is one program every military family should be aware of. In recent weeks many rumors have been initiated within the Fort Hood Com- munity regarding this program. Generally speaking most of these rumors are not true. If you have a question concerning benefits or some part of the CHAM- PUS program do not depend on your neighbor’s an- swer but contact the CHAMPUS office at Darnall Army Hospital. (685-3731) Many articles have already appeared explaining the provisions of CHAMPUS with regard to inpatient and outpatient care. To repeat a general explaination: 1. Inpatient care is that care received when you are admitted to the hospital. The cost for inpatient care is $25 or $3.50 a day whichever is greater. When inpatient care anywhere he chooses. The care must be problem should check with the CHAMPUS office at Darnall. 2. Outpatient care is that care received on visits to a physician...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

i' VOL. 33 NO. 14 0 is & I* (K Soldier and his family ByTOMWOLSFELD It may be difficult convincing some people that mar- riage is authorized in the Army.'Like the old joke goes: “If the Army wanted you to have a wife they would have issued you one.” Even though they don’t issue wives 50 per cent of the enlisted men in the Army are married. So chances are good that a young GI considering the Army as a career either is or might soon be married and must make a serious consideration in his decision How will the Army affect his family life? According to Cpt. Ken Scroggs Social Work Officer at Army Community Services many of the problems en- countered by military families are not simply the result of the Army. “The young couples in the military between 20 and 25 years old belong to a ‘calamity age group.’ They are working things through for the first time and are hit hard by many problems” he explained. Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Grover G. DeVault agrees that although there are problems uniq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Tw A VcJSs* Keep America le a se turn in ie Vacation time has rolled around once again and many of us will be making plans for making trips and enjoying aiittle time off. Perhaps some of you are still pondering where to go and what to do. Although the fuel crisis is supposedly over the price of a gallon of gas still remains a-factor when considering one’s intinerary. Therefore a modest proposal is made. Why not start .right here in Texas. Quite a few people even native Texans are not aware of !what the state has to offer in the way of travel and points of interest and fun. The Texas Highway Department responsible for all tourist promotion showcases Texas as the land of con- trast. Because of Texas’ diversity and almost over- whelming size the state can be divided into 10 distinfJ' land regions which run the gamut from lush woodlands to stark desert sparkling surf to mile-high mountains with lots more in between. There’s enough variety so you can pick just what appeals to you. It all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14. 1974 To know that he is the best there is in his field would be a source of pride to any man. If it means building the longest bridge erecting the highest sk scraper or winning the Nobel Prize proof that a man truly excells in his chosen field is probably the headiest wine life can offer. S erg a Ronald S. Baldwin “B” Co. 124th Maint. Bn. 2nd A rm d. Div. that I recognition cam when the test score he attained on his it a O a a Speciality (MOS) test revealed the highest score achieved in the entire Army in the 44E20 (Machinist) MOS! From a test consisting of 125 questions with a possible 100 per cent score of 160 Baldwin racked up 119 correct answers for a top-flight score of 154. Baldwin has served three and a half years in the Army I* r§ HIGHEST MOS SCORER Sergeant Ronald S. Baldwin “B” Co. 124th Maint. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. received the Army’s highest MOS score as a 44E2 (Machinist). Contest announced Criteria for the annual Yard of the Month program slated to begin t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page Four-A Day fo fathers at hand frayed nerves paying off Retribution for the trials and tribulations of father- dom is slated for Sunday when Father’s Day recognizes that fathers actually do play an important role in the family blessed using the word cautiously with the pit- ter-patter of little feet. For veteran fathers of many children the day will probably be met with a yawn and a sigh while relatively new fathers will greet the dawn with enthusiasm and anticipation of a flood of gifts payment for many nights of lost sleep frayed nerves and destroyed ear drums. Mothers had their day several weeks back and the fathers were slighted in the motions but now the reverse is true. The father on his day will not be required to aid in the care of the children after a hard day at work regardless that he wouldn’t work on Sun- day anyway. On this day the father will be the one ser- ved breakfast in bed. He will probably enjoy his meal more too due to the fact that the eggs will not be bur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14 1974 Army Birthday Flag Day Messages Gen. erw in 9s Message On Friday June 14 the United States Army will celebrate its 199th year of service to the nation. On this same date we join with fellow Americans in celebrating the anniversary of the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as our nation’s flag. Conceived in the turmoil of revolution both the American Flag and the United States Army have withstood the ravages of aggression and war. From each challenge both emerged with new glory. Today this nation its flag and Army stand as one relishing the peace that is ours yet prepared to protect and defend our heritage earned through the contest of arms. Personnel of the United States Armv Forces Command can be proud of the part they play in the Army’s Readiness posture. In one year the active forces and Reserve Components of FORSCOM have moved with determination toward the goal of total Readiness. As we prepare for the coming year faced with the trials of fur- ther reorganizat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page Six-A By JOHN GRABOWSKI The influx of Army and Air Force personnel and equip- ment into Robert O ay Army Airfield might not be as great as it was during the GALLANT HAND joint training exercises of 1972 and 1973 but an influx it is nonetheless. Approximately 1100 personnel have arrived the past week to participate in EXERCISE BRAVE CREW IV. BRAVE CREW is one of the US eadiness Command’s three major joint exercises for thik year and the only one to be scheduled for Ft. Hood. The major deployment phase of the exercise will run from June 16 to June 20. Many Involved Army forces for the exercise will involve approximately 2000 personnel from the 1st Cavalry Division which will provide both the friendly Army Forces (ARFOR) and the opposing forces (OPFOR) or aggressors. Ground support for the Cav’s elements will come from the 13th Support Bde. 57th Signal Bn. and other III Corps units. The 13th Aviation Bn. will provide aviation support. Other Army elements on site for the action nex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14 19 7 4 More than 120 men of^the i5th medical Battalion "will join other irst Team soldiers in participating in Exercise BRAVE CREW here next Week. The medical personnel will provide both “game” and actual su rt for the 1st Cavalry Division under the irec tio of t. Co. .P Heilman Joint Task Force Surgeon. Company 15th Med Bn. will support the First Team ’s 1st rig a and the 3rd Brigade will be provided sup- port by the 15th’s Headquar- ters and Support Company. The 1st and 3rd Brigades are die 1st Cavalry Division’s two major participating maneuver units. A FO A rc Headquarters the role of the 1st Cavalry’s 2nd Brigade will be given support by a detach- ment from Company 15th Med. Bn. That detachment will ™be primarily concerned with actual medical emergencies which may arise during the exercise while the companies 4 in 1 a 3rd 4 By Jo mcmullen Agressor forces will clash With friendly forces when exercise Brave Crew commen- ces next Monday at Ft. Hood. The agressor for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page Eight-A 2nd Bn. 5th ADA A to a a a highlighted the recent Hail and Farewell for the officers and wives of the 2nd Bn. (C/V SP) 5 th A A ld a th Hideaway Supper Club was a sit down in and live musical entertainment. Hosts for the May battalion arty ere th bachelors within the unit. Newcomers hailed into the group by Lt. Ceil. Shetler ere Maj. and Mrs. Charles Harmon from the 19th ADA ro in Los Angeles and Cpt. and Mrs. Jam es W hidden from t. liss. ie tea Colonel Shetler presented each new of- ficer with the traditional set of battalion crests. On behalf of the group Lt. Col. Shetler bid farewell and best wishes to Lt. and Mrs. An- tonio Soto Lt. and Mrs. John Roggow Lt. and Mrs. Craig Lewis Lt. and Mrs. Thomas Engelhardt and Lt. Bill Smith. Engraved silver brandy snif- ters were presented to Lt.’s S a Engelhardt. Lieutenant Soto received an ra a la e. Characterizing many of Dean artin’s social habits and humor the toastm aster in- troduced selected officers and wives to ro ast”...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14 1974 This menu is prepared by Bojinie eller the food management counselor for the Army Community Services. Vegetable chowder 4 cups chopped cabbage 3 cups milk 1 onion minced *1 carrot chopped 1 potato chopped ltsp. salt crisp bacon optional Brown onion. Combing all vegetables and simmer until tender. Meat Potato scallop %4b. ground beef 1 chopped onion V/2 cups milk IT flour 2 cups sliced potatoes Melt butter blend in flour add milk and cook until thick. Place alternate layers of meat potatoes sauce in dish. Cover and bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Economical meat loaf 1 H. ground beef ^cup oatmeal %'eup dry milk 1 egg beaten tsp. salt i£tsp. pepper 2 chopped onion Combine all ingredients in bowl and mix thoroughly. Bake 50 minutes at 350 degrees ina loaf pan. Pan fried carrots 2 cups shredded raw carrots 2 .T butter 2.T sugar 4 Combine in heavy skillet and simmer until tender. Baked beans 1 cup navy beans 3 cups cold water salt pork or ham hock y2 onion chopped 1 can t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

age Ten-A The Cobra’s new fangs are currently undergoing testing at MASSTER (Modem Army S le te S stem Test Evaluation and Review). The test involves the Army’s basic attack helicopter—the Cobra—equipped with the TOW (Tube-launched Optical- ly-sighted Wire-guided) mis- sile system. With this armament system the gunner needs only to trade the target through an optical automatically computes the required corrections to direct the missile. The electronic guidance sig- nals are sent over two thin strands of wire to the TOW jjiissile while it is in flight to itiie target. The combined Cobra TOW System was developed to give tiieArmy an aircraft that can destroy tanks and other ar- mored targets with an ac- curate powerful punch. Current testing at MAS- §TER will evaluate the system PilftlP® 1 in daylight operations only but follow-on tests will examine its nighttime capabilities accor- ding to Major Harry Landis one of the test officers. The Cobra TOW has been tested previously by other A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14 1974 ‘Reserves arrive As the heat of the summer comes so comes the Army eservists to conduct two ^eeks of annual training. In rder to receive the training requirements both the reservists must and their active duty counterparts must work into a role of mutual sup- port. This same kind of mutual support has been carried out ^for almost two weeks as more than 350 eserv mists from a O la a an Louisiana get ready to wrap up their summer training. Working side by side with their hosting unit the 169th Maint. Bn. 13th spt. Bde. have been elements from the 694th Maint. Bn. at San An- tonio HHD 692d Maint Bn. -ffrom New Orleans a signal platoon from the 363rd Spt. Grp. at San Marcos and the Norman Okla. based 356th Trans. (Aircraft Maint.) Co. Since their arrival here almost two weeks ago the eserv mists have been in- tegrated into job by the Table ^of Organization and Equip- 0 an E requirements on this position to position basis. They have been doing the same kind of work th...

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