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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page Tw^l ve-A HOW hosts students Seventeen student officers and two instructors were hosted by the 48th Med. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. and the Supply and Services Division at Dar- nall Army Hospital on a tour of medical supply facilities on Ft. Hood June 6th and 7th. The students of the 4490 medical material Supply Course at Ft. Sam Houston have completed their 10th week of training and upon their return to San Antonio will graduate and go to their new assignments. Although they will have graduated from the 4490 course that MOS will not be awarded to them until they have completed one year of service in an appropriate slot. Due to a late start the first day of their tour was shortened although no portion of the tour was cancelled. The day’s activities con- sisted of a brief visit at a bat- talion Aid Station set up to simulate combat conditions in the 2nd Bn. 41st Inf. Motor Pool. Also viewed was a fully equipped medical clearing station set up by “B” Co. 48th Med. Bn. An orientation was ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14 1974 ISflRlP Ip ins ra tic mg long KSurs 4 #vs v* Competition.....what its all about Volunteers.....relaxing after meet Gordon aims for tide It was August 1967 when Or- ville J. Moody stepped onto the Anderson Golf Course at Ft. Hood ex as. The fired a course record 63 and won the all-Arm Golf Tournament. Two years later he won the U.S. Open. ert ordon hopes to duplicate Moody’s Feat. Gor- don a ember of the 13th Spt. Bde. Special Services took the Pokt Non-Divisional Golf Tour- a a io ship flight by one stroke with a 229 13 over par. Second place in the tourney ent to Ken obeck who finished with a birdie on 16 and paired both 17 and 18. Troyce Raynes of the Modem Army S te S te Evaluation and Review MAS- STER shot bogies on 16 and 18 to finish a 231. The tournament consisted of 54 holes with a par 72. There were 48 entires 43 of which played in the open division and five in the Seniors flight. The top 17 at the end of the opening round becam the ham pionship” flight ...

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

a -B "CLASS *Fmily Class I T5 HP A under "Family Class 11 j6H P& over L) Roger Gendron Ken Clark 2.) Don Gautier Daniel Mohorc 1.) Herb Pointon David Pointon 2.) Don Gautier Larry Hotey l.)Don Gautier Larry Hovey .Unlimited Out board 2.) David Pointon John McDonald 1.) Roy Snead Eddie Brown -SK 2.) Ken Bates Don Gautier Upcoming events are as follows: June 8 & 0 Regular ski club outing at Belton Lake Payalion No. 4 June 22 & 23 Ski Races sponsored by Killeen Chamber of:Gommerce at Dana Peak Park June 26 Meeting at Casey Memorial Library at 7: Two little girls were discus- sing thei fathers. One boasting said my daddy is a dentist.” hat’s nothing” retorted the other. “My daddy is acivil serpent.” 709 W. Hwy. 190 Killeen Phone 634-4812 SPORTS NFL shapes up By JERRY REED I noticed a rather clever advertisement in a popular publication the other day. It was entitled: Two shapes that changed the habits of the nation. This promotion showed a picture of a Volkswagen and a footb...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14 1974 Floating devices come easy Eight shadows slip mutely through the brush while the silence is broken only by the muffed blast of distant artil- lery and the movements of the wind through the leaf-filled trees. eturning from a night patrol the men are delayed by a natural barrier. A deep creek nearly 50 to 60 ft. wide lies in their path. With several non-swimmers in the patrol a raft is necessary. Men from “B” Co. 1st Bn. 50th (Mech) Inf. trained last eek on iv ro ssin techniques for situations like the above. 1 Rafts can be made of almost anything that floats. A soldier can use his or her air mat- tress big logs sticks tied together 10 canteens will act as a life preserver and five canteens will keep the head out of the water. Pants may also be used if pant legs are tied or knotted together and the waist band area is plunged into the water first catching air in the pantlegs. A raft may also be built from the gear two soldiers normally wear to the field. Usually eac...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page Four-B ms™ ?n That’s the way SP/4 Dominic Rocco feels about his job as an Air Defense Acquisition Radar Maintenance Instructor. “When I first came in the Army I didn’t know the first thing about electronics. But I had forty solid hours of the basics before I even started the course so now I feel right at home with an oscilloscope and a maze of wires. “In the lab it’s my job to show students right on the equipment the things they’ve been studying in a theoretical way in the classroom. And sometimes I get the feeling by the questions they ask that it’s not just the equipment they’re testing. “Eventually I might try setting up my own repair business. But for right now I like the challenge of teaching. And that’s why I’m staying in’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL "When yonVe doing something of value you value yourself more? Today’s Army gets better every time a good man reenlistSi Friday June 14 1974

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

Friday June 14 1974 “Now my wife knows I ’m not kidding when I tell her I have to work late. She’s seen how much work goes in to shooting and then servicing this equipm ent.” According to a Brave Can- non” trooper that was one result of June 4ths Family Day activities conducted by 1st Bn. 92nd Field Arty. (1/92 FA) 2nd Armd. Div. The 1/92 FA le s” hosted ap- proximately 150 wives and A IN HIS SIGHTS children for a day of tours demonstrations and rides in M548 Ammo arriers and M577 Command Post vehicles. The activities began with an orientation at DivArty Chapel by Col. A. B. Akers DivArty Cmdr. Then the dependents took a bus tour of the battalion billets and motor pool areas. Afterwards the tour moved to the field for a steak and ham- burger lunch followed by Howitzer demonstrations. I S I -ffle sprinkler Ground I Jan James Merchant (right) and Roger Luckie do the job of a forward observer though they need a lit- tle assistance to see through the Battery Commander Scope. The two you...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page Six-B Recreation Services By STAN GREYER Re©. Services Publicity Libraries [T ra tu re soar to 25 degrees celsius as heat waves Scorches Gulf Coast!” “Now ladies add 1 kilo of melted but- ter and 250 milliliters of milk to the atter.” What kind of jive talk is this? Have the Mar- tians finally landed and com- mandeered the news media? No. These are term in the metric easurem ent system which will certainly be adop- ted by the U.S. within the decade. The United States and 13 tiny other nations mostly African are the only remaining coun- trie who av not gone metric although as early as i82l Jo uincy A dam reco en ed fea tu re of tric to th ongress. Serious consideration for con- version was given in 1932 1837 ^nd 1899. re a tio ith the depression and two World Wars resulted in tabling the movement which now seems inevitable. The system was at the Paris Academy of Science during the French Revolution and by 1880 seventeen other nations had swung to etric. Since World War II the en...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

4 1 9 7 4 A & 3 \a Lemonade'teMWA Libby. Thirst-Quenching! Safeway Big Buy! ■ox. Con Strawberries Pel-air Waffles Fruit Ice Bars Fantail Shrimp Orange Juice E fry-O-My. Fast & Easy! —Reg. Pkg. Iodized Salt W hit* Tomato Soup Yogurt Imcarna. Low Fat Buttermilk Biscuits Sour Cream Magic S ard 10-os. Sliced Pkg. Hot Dog Buns Corn Chips langy Mustard Aluminum Foil 29 Ctn. fg/uq tm JU^^Sieo^otih In February 1967 Safeway launched a New Pricing- Program DISCON- TINUED STAMPS AND THEIR EXTRA COST TO YOU and offered you low prices everyday throughout our store. When you compare our prices... Compare Our Quality... Compare Our Service you’ll see why it pays to Shop at Safeway. This program was received by our customers with overwhelming approval and it remains in effect today. We pledge ourselves to continue to bring you EVERYDAY low prices... PLUS SPECIALS to Lower Your Total pood Bill... to maintain high standards of quality... and to serve you beb ^gtsr to every way. SAFEWAY... YOU...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page Eight-B fhWI Regular Program s: monday thru Friday National Anthem 0759 & 2029 W weather FH News W hat’s Happening 0600 -N -1700 & 1900 lifformation & E ntertainm ent Program Published in the rt Hood Sentinel Monday 17 Jm 8:28Care and Concern *8:43 Pneum atic Tools: Nail Driver & Wood Borer *9:00Chalk Talk on Alcoholism 10:05 Using the E xhaust Gas Temp (EGT) ’Tester J0:45 Protect Your earing l: 00 Amphibious Operations 4.1:39 arracks Larceny 42:28Care and Concern 42:43 PM Com munications *1:00 Intro to Map eading *1:40 Night Vision Goggles *2:00 Policies Legal Consideration & Com- tnand Responsibilities of Civil Disturbances -*2:41 Purpose of Inspection -*3:00M echTngon .45 Ca! Pistol Pt 2 **3:42 Viral Hepatitis '♦:$) Leadership Situation 1 2 & 3 4:34 World overnm ent Foretold 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 5000 Brains 6:10The ayflower Story 6:36 Harvest of the Sea 7:26 Care and Concern 7:48 Two for the Show 8:01 The Officials Tuesday 18 June 8:27 Timber wr...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

riday June 1 4 1 9 7 4 The automotive industry no longer holds exclusive rights in reference to recalling defec- tive equipment according to an announcement by the U.S. a rtm of ranspor- ta tio ’s N atio al Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHISA) in late April of this year. The NHISA confirmed a report that Daytona Sports Company of Reseda Calif. as a li all of its aytona 500’’ motorcycle helmets manufactured before May 1967. The company acknowledged in reports filed with NHISA that the helmets are defective in that they provide a level of crash ro tec tio less than esired forth maxim um protection of earers. Daytona is advising all retail outlets carrying the helmets as well as the general public that re May 1967 models will be replaced free of charge when the efe ctiv helmets are returned to the firm ’s Reseda office. A great number of motor- cycles are registered in the Ft. Hood area presenting the pos- sib ility th a th defective helmets are in the possession of many of th...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Page -B BU SIN ESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 RENT A TV rand New 19 inch rta le ith ilt-in Antena. Rented bv the Dav Week or onth. Come bv and ake Your Selection from Our Large Stock. monthly Rentals$10to$15. BARRON RENTS 517 West Rancier A .. ille .......................................... 634-4742 _____________ (tfn Furn. Upholstery 046 7 PIEC E IV IN room suit $199.95 Discount urniture 315 N worth 8th 634-0323 (tfn Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGE’S AIR O N IT IO N IN -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Lawn Mower Rep. 060 Sentinel Classified RENTALS Apartments Unfur. 073 N O W E A S IN The Village Apartments Family Apartment Homes ☆Lighted Tennis Courts ☆Heated Swimming Pool ☆Whirlpool ☆Club Room ☆Mini-Storage ☆Covered Carports ☆Queen-Size Beds in Furnished Units ☆Efficiencies l-2-3-Bedrooms 1810 Marlandwood Rd. _Ctfn)_ E E A W N MOW ER TILLER & IN I-B IK E REPAIR Parts in Stock cQ REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 Misc. Services QARAGE SALE June 15and 169:00 AM...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

Friday June 14 1974 “Cavalry still lives” were the words 1st Cav commander Maj. Gen. obert M. Shoemaker used as the First ^Team made official its conver- sion toward an armored 14x22x5 equals 1540 Preparing to pass in review some of the more than 8000 ^participating men and women of the 1st Cavalry Division line Sadowski Field at Fort Hood during an early morning AROUND THE CORNER The first of 23 participating FIRST TEAM units passes in review during a rehearsal for the 1st avalry ivision eorganization After seven weeks in the field a man might resign him- self to the dust mud rain heat and bugs but he never gets use to it. That is one reason why the 57 men who graduated June 6th from the Tanker Training Class of 1974 were happy to finally be assig- ned to tank companies throughout the 2nd Armored Division. The new tankers for the 2d Armd. Div. were trained by “B Co. 2nd Bn. 67th Arm. of the 2nd (St. Lo) Bde. Accor- ding to Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair division commander and guest speak...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 14 June 1974

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

4 VOL. 33 NO. 15 3 I Roy D. Holt is a 76 year old native of Central Texas who is well versed on the history of the West. A teacher of 50 years Holt is the author of three books and many ar- ticles about the old West. “He was astranger and we took him in.” Old cowboy saying The genuine cowboys of open range and trail driving days loved their home-made pranks. Their interpreters have stereo-typed them as fun-loving festive and rol- licking taciturn yet “wild and wooly.” What folk-group in America has ever so appealed to the press and the screen all over the world? What group could dig into their “war bags” and come up with such W I 0 4 4 & I S entertainment? Unlike today they had no Hollywood and Madison Avenue canned shows and “comedians” for af- ter-supper past time and they seldom ever saw a newspaper. They made their own entertainment. The Old West was a man’s land and life was lonely and rough as today interpreted. The old-timer after long hours in the saddle on a vast expans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

.Page Two-A & Army Birthday Flag Day Messages Gen. erw in ’s 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 reorganizatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Friday June 21 1974 Last years fall premier TV schedule was hampered by a writer’s strike. Several shows were late airing and a general state of confusion existed around the networks. Even- tually the typewriter jocks ere la ate and the schedule was in full produc- tion. This season may not be so lucky. If SAG (Screen Actors Guild) decides to follow the writer’s example well to coin a phrase you ain’t seen nothing yet. As a matter of fact you won’t see anything as far as television programming goes. For while it’s true the in- dustry can bumble along without writers and the so- called craft people the ab- sence of actors is the kiss of death. Somehow television producers can continue to make TV series and movies without the behind the scenes people. But when the actors go out and you don’t have the faces of known characters on the screen everything shuts down. The Screen Actor’s Guild’s main complaint is in an area that effects you the public as much as it does actors. Their chief o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Page ou r-A Number of Hood fatties grows in heaps pounds It asn’t any moons ago that the SENTINEL went after the overweight troop at Ft. Hood with reat gusto. The residents of the domain of the fat were severely chided but if all was to be seen som of the individuals who ignored the message were in the prim target area. Many of these people do not actually consider them selves to be plump a all. Stocky is the word used as a coverup by these people. However anew method has been developed hereby none of these stocky” individuals ay escape the weighty a tte presently under discussion. The new method is the Theory of Angular Inclination as it er- tains to Obesity and the Belt. The theory developed as a means of stressing a point by the SEN TIN EL philosopher actually appears to hold water regard less of the originating source. The theory works something like this: A belt worn by an individual in fairly decent physical condition no r- mally stands vertical to the ground or as the philosp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Friday June 21 1974 Captain Ted Smith is an As- *sistant Legal Assistance Office yC^ jn the Staff Judge Advocate 'T*’”1* General’s office for III Corps and Ft. Hood. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from ^Indiana University. This article is the fourth in a •••t series on common deceptive trade practices. The product names and ad- dresses are fictitious. T.*. One night last week as I was zipping up and down the car radio dial trying to find a 4 clear station I thought I heard mention of “sex and im- mediately turned the knob ZZ back to see what it was all ab ou t. When I found the ~T- station I was greeted by a monlogue that went something like this: and a sexually active life is a full life. cmd a sexually active life is a full life. Folks how would TT*' you like to have sex each day for the rest of your life even up past 75! Well Potency -'Power can give you that and more. That’s right ‘sex ‘til 35 seventy-five’. Just send $10.00 and your 4 return address to: CURE IT 2000 Ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

Page Six-A Ft. S A A N S I E A N EVERYTHING NICE However it comes packaged in fatigues and combat boots during Brave Crew 74. Air Force Sergeant Peggy Hayes is part of the Joint Ft. Hood ay not be known as a luxurious vacation spot but this the 2nd Armd. Div. will be hosting more vacationers than most ritzy Florida resorts. The vacationers are actually members of the Army Reserve and A rm N ational Guard units from as far away as New Jersey that will be spending two weeks at a time training with Hell on Wheels units as part of their annual training. “Ft. Hood will be hosting 27000 personnel throughout the sumer and over a third of those will train with the 2nd Armd. Div.” pointed out Sgt. aj. arc ayes G-3 rep resen tativ for Reserve Components. Over 25 units the bulk of them from Texas cities from Port Arthur to Wichita Falls will arrive at their host units within the division from June 22 to August 25. Hayes said that nearly all the units had Trained here with their host units prev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 21 June 1974

r. —Friday June 21 1974 iTop troops §selected The Ft. Hood Outstanding ^Soldiers of the Quarter for the ^second quarter calendar year ^1974 were recently selected. Chosen as the Senior Soldier of Sthe Quarter was Sgt. James ^Bowden Jr. B” Trp. 1st «*Sqdn. 9th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. -^■Spec. 4 Stephen B. Hughes THE ARMY KEEPS ROLLING ALONG Playing a vital role in helping Exercise Brave Crew 74 kick off to the right start was the 180th Trans. Bn’s AACG (Arrival Air Control Group). When huge Air Force jet transporters brought personnel and MORE THINGS FOR THE BAGGAGE CLAIM AREA Unloading personal baggage and military equipment ‘from Air Force jet transports was at Robert Gray Air- Co. 1st Bn. 50th Inf. 2nd Armd. Div. was chosen as the Junior Soldier of the Quarter. DtAMOfID semtt I don't be A N IV S FRAMES FRAMES FRAMES 7 BOX STUDIO* “j GALLERY 3 Wed. Nit* 6:30 pm to 10 pm Art Materials ft Fram»s 5 InMrwcler S !5 Mari* Brock Jom« 716 Gray 526-459 a2 FRAMES FRAMES FRAMES BRIDES: Our Bridal ...

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