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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Friday December 7 1973 By LINDA PRELLWITZ "Complete surprise! I really didn't expect it because there were so many qualified ladies nominated. I was just really surprised." .That's how Mrs. Elizabeth (Betty) S. Bray reacted when "she received the news that she had been chosen as Ft. Hood's 1974 Military Wife of the Year on November 29. She was chosen to represent Ft. Hood at the FORSCOM competition out of a field of nine candidates by a panel of 14 judges. When asked how her family reacted when they learned she had been chosen Mrs. Bray said that her husband was pleased excited and proud and was sure that the rest of her family would also be pleased when they ^received the news. Last week was a big week for the Bray family as Mrs. Bray's husband was promoted to major on Friday. Maj. William G. Bray Jr. is a logistics officer at the Air Combat Direc­ torate Hde. MASSTER and has been assigned to Ft. Hood since July 1971. The native of Duncan Okla. is the mother of two small boys and h...

Publication Title: Ft. Hood Sentinel
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Page Eight-A owe plays Santa The ladies of the 2nd Ar- mcL Div. played Santa Claus to patients at the Temple Veterans Administration Cen­ ter in a big way this week. Representing the 24 separate views groups in the Division Mrs. Robert L. Fair wife of Hell on Wheels Commander Maj. Gen. Fair donated $826 to the Center's 'Christmas Gift Fund. Center Director V. J. Belda accepting the check remarked that it was the single largest donation ever received in the Christmas Fund and was pleased with the effectiveness of the fund raising efforts of the Ladies of the 2nd Armd. Div. ''I don't carry a stick" asserted Mrs. Fair with a chuckle. "Well whatever you carry it sure works" retor­ ted Belda. The money will be used to brighten Christmas for nearly 1000 of the Center's patients in the form of coupon books redeemable in the VA Center canteen. "In past years we had a time-consuming and com­ plicated program of gift pur­ chasing and distributing that just didn't work" explained Floyd L. Youn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Friday December 7 1973 By JOHN GRABOWSKI The infantry is back on the road again. More than 300 in­ fantrymen of the 1st Cav. Div.'s 1st Bn. 8th Cav. em­ barked Monday morning on a foot march of approximately 150 miles. The first leg of the generally circular route took the troopers north on West Range Road to the edge of the reservation where they spent the night. Tuesday morning they moved along Highway 36 through Gatesville. The route west was along Highway 84 through the com­ munities of Evant and Star then south through Moline and Lometa. The final days of the week-long march found the troopers marching through Lampasas and Cop­ peras Cove on their way back to Ft. Hood. Lieutenant Colonel Richard S. Jarrett battalion comman­ der of the "Mustangs" said he expected his troops to complete the march on Sun­ day but suggested that "with favorable weather and a few breaks we might be able to get in as early as Saturday afternoon." Jarrett said his battalion trained for several months ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Page Ten-A Second Armored Division teams were awarded trophies last week for winning first and second places in post ser­ vice rifle competition and first and third places in post service pistol competition. According to CW03 John Gallagher 2nd Armd. Div. pistol team OIC the post teams are chosen through four phases of competition which began in September. The first three phases are held at the company bat­ talion and brigade levels with the final phase being post-wide. "In April our team will go to Ft. Riley Kan. to compete in the Fifth Army match which we have won every year since 1967" commented CW03 Gallagher. "The team That bold daring "Keep on Trucking" battalion from the 13th Spt. Bde. has done it again. With 1st and 2nd place winnings in marksmanship competition it is a proven fact that the 180th Trans. Bn. can truly be considered as a 'Jack of all trades' battalion. The reason for such a healthy comment is the fine representative marksmanship displayed Nov. 26 at the Post R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

.Friday December 7 1973 Why are you staying in? FORT HOOD SENTINEL "He's happy and I know he's happy. Pat Fundum's husband Gene works as a Personnel Specialist. He's just reenlisted but that was no surprise to her. 'Actually it wasn't something we had to discuss. He knows how I feel about the Army. "I like it here. The shopping. The activities. The services. And the people we've met. "But what's more important I know he likes his job. He's proud of the way he's advanced. And he's always saying there's no way he could have moved up as fast as a civilian. 'Neither of us would say that the Army's right for everyone. But it's right for us'.' i# mm A V* A A V'.- '4 J*':'* Page Eleven-A

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Friday December 7 1973 By JERRY REED Sports Editor At approximately 11:21 a.m. last Wednesday mor­ ning Tanker basketball as Ron Wamsted almost ran out of gas on his way to the Sul Ross Invitational Tournament in Alpine Texas. Minutes later the lanky individual was saved by a miniature gas station in Roosevelt Texas a small township amidst a placid area in the western part of the state. At approximately 3:15 p.m. the next afternoon Ron and his teammates seemed to run mmm UP FOR GRABS Ron Wamsted (34) gets in position for a rebound as he is surrounded by members of the McMurry Indians. Ready to help out are Tankers Dennis Voss (40) and Arcell Marks In today's National Foot­ ball League it's the running game that makes the offense go and the Dallas Cowboys' running game is ggoing bet­ ter than it's ever gone before. With two games remaining the Cowboys are well ahead of the pace that set a club record of 2300 rushing yards in 1970. Leading the way are Calvin Hill and Walt Garrison who...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Page Two-B .M.-.. GET THAT BALL Tanker Dennis Voss (40). ctonrols the tip as of the Sul Ross Invitational Tournament played last week teammates wait for the ball during a jump ball situation with a McMurry won this game 86-63. member of the McMurry Indians. Action comes from the last day Tankers in Sul Ross Tourney Photos by Jerry Reed NOW HERE THIS—Tanker coach A1 Nesmith gives tourney was held in Alpine Texas over a three day instructions to his team during a time out in the first period. game of the Sul Ross Invitational Tournament. The a LOADING IT UP—Members of the Ft. Hood basket- elusion of their three-day stay for the Sul Ross Tour- ball team prepare to leave Alpine Texas at the con- nament. FORT HOOD SENTINEL 40 s. lists corners GOT YOU CORNERED—Tanker Ron round action of the Sul Ross Tourney. Wamsted (34) Lubbock Christian College during first- Vines (22). his opponent from Ready to/help out is teammate Harold 1 WHAT A DAY Ron Wamsted relaxes Tanker's top scorer in the las...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Friday December 7 1973 Well with the exception of and again there are the post- post-season bowl games the season playoffs also 1973 football season is over remaining. Professional football players With the conclusion of the have only two games college football season comes remaining on their schedule the All-American teams. Mil fi A gg' When they say "The Aggies ^vill be back in 1974" you can take that literally. All 22 players who started the final game against Texas t-eturn next fall. There were only five seniors who saw game action only three who started any games. The five are safety Larry Ellis offen­ sive guard Bud Trammell of­ fensive tackle Mike Bruton center Darrell Taliaferro and quarterback Tim Trimmier. The 1973 club was the third- highest scoring team in Texas A&M history. There were 38 touchdowns scored 30 of them by sophomores and the other eight by fresh­ men. In addition to returning 100 per cent of the scorers the Aggies also return 100 per Acent of their rush...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Page Four-B OR ANY SOFT DRINK 29 SPORTS Have hog will travel I By Jerry Reed -What has two legs two arms talks a lot and gets very little sleep? If you said your truly you're ab­ solutely right and you win a free slightly used cystal ball autographed by the Great Kreskin. I hope to shout that a sports editor doesn't have it as good as people think. This traveling on the Weekends is not all that fun and the valuable com­ modity of sleep is rationed in the same manner as thfc gas to propel my little red car to the site of the porting events. Many a time I have had to pop a No-Doz or two in my mouth or have to be saved by the caffeine in a warm cup of coffee. Thank heavens for Howard John­ son and the nice folks at the Holiday Inns and Marriotts across the country who have had a place for me to rest my little frame which has been carried from town to town covering sports especially foot­ ball games. I've also got quite a little towel collection from these places and have enough station...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Friday December 7 1973 iB»*81 Jefferey is beginning his holiday leave in Las Vegas and for openers snapped his shutter on lovely Miss Ann Miller who is a model for the Sahara Hotel there. Jeff has prepared a long shopping list for Santa and it is easy to see that his thinking extends beyond Christmas Armed with some startling statistics and encouraged by the pinch of the current fuel and energy crisis MASSTER is taking giant steps to en­ courage car pools among per­ sons at West Ft. Hood. Personnel from MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) conducted a traffic survey at West Ft. Hood recently counting the oc­ cupants in all cars that passed. The survey was con­ ducted on two consecutive mornings from 6:15 a.m. to 8:10 a.m. during the rush hours and all entrances to West Ft. Hood were monitored. Of 1338 cars counted in the survey 1199 or 89.6 per cent had only one person aboard. An additional 130 cars (9.8 per cent) had two persons Lukehart moved in to the...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Page Six-B By JOHN McMULLEN Twenty-two years ago 350 Japanese airplanes bombed Pearl Harbor by surprise. Four days later President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared war against Japan. The outbreak of the war signaled the ultimate end of an era for the 1st Cav. Div. During the early part of World War II the division continued to patrol the border and provide surveillance in the Southwest as it had since it's organization at Ft. Bliss in 1921. While the 1st Cav Div. expanded from 3575 to 10110 soldiers training maneuvers assured that the Cav's fighting edge was sharp. It had long been recognized that the age of mechanized transportation and weaponry had made the horse obsolete on the modern battlefield. When the 1st Cav. Div. was alerted for overseas assign­ ment in February 1943 all horses and horse equipment were turned in. Thus the last traces of the horse cavalry finally disappeared. Cav troopers had long known the decision was forthcoming but were nonetheless were sad­ dened to see ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

her 7 1973 BY TODD GILMAN To pinpoint the location of an enemy radar site sounds like an "Impossible Mission" for most military units. But to the men of the 163rd Military Intelligence Bat­ talion it may be just an average assignment when the 163rd begins the first combat field testing of GRADE (Ground Radar Detection Evaluation). From November 26 to December 14 MASSTER Canned Milk Tea Bags Safeway Big Buy! Strawberries Sun Fresh. Sliced Ideal for Shortcake! Birds Eye. Creamy! Bump Roast Boneless Brisket Boneless Roast Top Round Steak Rib Steaks US0A Choice Grade Heavy Beef (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) will be conducting tests concerning military potential of miniature radar detectors. These detector units may provide a soldier with knowledge he is under the illumniation of enemy radar before entering its detection range and they may also provide radar operators the means to iden­ tify friendly forces in a monitored area. SPICMS Safeway Big Buy! Alcohol ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Page Eight-B fhtv Regular Programs: Monday Thru Friday National Anthem 7.59 and 8:29 p.m. Weather FH News W hat's Happening 8:00 •a.m. Noon 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Monday December 10 8:28 Care and Concern 8:^3 Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver & Wood Borer 9:00 Scout Dogs 9f31 Cycle of Functioning .50 Cal M^chinegun 10:00 To Serve a Soldier 10:28 River Crossing Operations 11:00 Prevention of Cold Injuries 11:32 Alaskan Centennial 12:28 Care and Concern 12:43 Preventive Maintenance Com­ munications lio Oxyacetylene Cutting 1:35 1972 Bob Hope Desert Classic 2:0Q An/MPQ-4 Radar 2:31 Pioneers for Tomorrow 3:P0 Effective Army Writing Pt 1 3:32 Dog Etiquette 4:0Q Physical Fitness Pt 2 4:32 A Storm A Strife 5^8 Care and Concern 5:43 All the Difference 6:03 Challenge of Six Billion 6:31 Wild Heritage 7:.43 Care and Concern 7:43 Money to Burn X:03 A Report on Bootleg Dentistry Variety of good books i§ on hand at library Let's take a look at the current best seller list. In fic­ tion' there's ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

Friday December 7 1973 Red Although the Guiness Book of World Records lists no figures for tank gunnery competition the 1st Cav. Div.'s 1st Bn. 81st Armor think they may have set the unofficial record this year. ^unquestionably made 1st Cav. Tiistory in annual tank gun­ nery sweepstakes by qualifying a record 50 of 51 tank crews between Oct. 15 and Nov. 14 at Ft. Hood's Crittenberger range. Of the 50 qualifying tank crews the battalion boasts 21 expert crews 20 sharpshot- ters and nine marksmen. The lone tank crew that failed to qualify missed by a mere 13 points. A check with the G-3 sec­ tions of 1st Cav. 2nd Armd. wiv. and III Corps to verify if the Red Lions' performance was indeed a record proved A 20-year old radio relay antenna carrier specialist I assigned to the 13th Spt. Bde. has a chance to represent the ^.S. Army Pistol Team in ^ie 1976 Olympics. Pfc. Donald E. Wartick Co. "C" 16th Sig. Bn. came out in the top four Monday Nov. 26 in the post pistol team tryouts held at t...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 7 December 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

VOL. 32 NO. 41 By JOHN GRABOWSKI It was Friday Dec. 7 1973 Pearl Harbor Day. The passing of nearly 300 members of the 1st Bn. 8th Cav. 1st Cav. Div. through Lampasas resembled a parade. Hundreds of citizens lined the streets to shout greetings and encouragement to the passing troopers. Children waved as they ran to meet the mile-long column. Everywhere flags flew in memory of the day. At the far end of town a lone figure waited. Stan­ ding straight despite his 82 years a World War I veteran—bedecked in his meticulously preserved Army uniform complete with leggings and 34th Infan­ try Division patch—saluted as the national colors led the marchers past his vantage point. Lieutenant Colonel Richard S. Jarrett the Mustangs' commander called the reception in Lam­ pasas "far and away the best we've had or could have imagined. You just don't see expressions of sup­ port like this anymore. It was absolutely beautiful" he said. TROOPS GREETED The troops they greeted were into the fifth day o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ft. Hood Sentinel — 14 December 1973

Page Two-A By JONATHAN PIERCE Season's Greetings. This happy reminder and wish of the Christmas and New Year Season went up on top of the "Hell On Wheels" Headquarters Bldg. last Monday. Season's Greetings for many of us will mean homemade pie and turkey a ham or roast all served at. home. It will mean spending Christmas at home with a tree and decorations and presents and a pleasant day spent with family and friends. New Year's Day will be spent watching the bowl games and cheering and booing with family sports fans. Some of us mark the coming of the new year as one less New Year's Day to spend in the Army. Some of us mark the same day as one more New Year's Day of honorable service to our country and one more year closer to retirement. For some Christmas and New Years will be spent here at Ft. Hood. The time may be spent watching TV shooting pool going to the movies traveling to nearby Texas cities or placing long distance phone calls. For some the holidays may be spent in jail an...

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