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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Page Ten-A “W e’ve zot to be ready in a moment’s notice to protect our interests anywhere in the world.” “The Army is better trained and equipped since it went all volunteer.” If! ountry sic country cooking and country folk made for a real “at home” feeling for Secretary of the Army Howard H. “Bo” Cal- laway. Callaway was the guest of honor at the Central Texas- rt ood ate r A s- sociation of the United States Army’s (AUSA) annual sum- mer meeting at Bend-of-the- iverat Belton Tuesday. The Secretary made a full fledged ember of the local chapter at the meeting’s bar- beque said he was happy to become a fellow Texan.” Full of Army anecdotes with a “country” flavor Callaway notejd the similarities in the people of Texas and his home state Georgia. “I guess I’ve always almost been a Texan because a Georgia barbeque is som ew hat like your Texan barbeque. In Georgia we have just one difference the hot peppers are red .” The Secretary said that he’s got the best job in Washington and gav...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 28 1974 fieri REMeNT tfo ftM PLAN AH eAP Retirees to meet at Mini-Dome A a a re retirement program will be conducted in the Mini-Dome of July 10 beginning at 9 a.m. Thi a will be cover ng the rights and benefits accuring to retirees as a result of military service and other professional guidance in planning a second career. Guest speakers will represent the Texas Employment Com­ it mission the Office of Civilian Personnel the Social Security Administration the Veterans Administration and other Ft. Hood personnel. All personnel who plan to retire prior to July 1975 are urged to attend and bring dependents. For further information con- tact 2nd Lt. David H. Cavazos III Corps AG 685-2518/2837. Extra Savings with S& Green Stamps “The military services have historically been first in many aspects of social change and other attitudes. They are the ones who set the standards and ideals. We must always have faith in our leadership respect for the laws of the land and a belie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Page Twelve-A NEW. 5 WAYS TO CHARGE Armed Forces Command Message On the occasion of the first anniversary of the United States Army Forces Command on July 1 19741 extend congratulations and appreciation to the men and women of the active Army the Army National Guard the U.S. Army Reserve and FORSCOM’s Civilian work force who have contributed to much to the progress we have experienced. In but one year through your dedication and profes- sionalism you have collectively welded FORSCOM into a close knit combat ready team prepared to meet any challenge in peace or war. The high state of readiness our command enjoys today has been achieved and maintained through your hard work and dedication to duty. I am confident that future challenges and demands will be met with the same determination you have displayed throughout this past year. WALTER T. KERWIN JR. General U.S. Army Commanding COOL! PORTABLE ROOM A CONDITIONER HAS ITS OWN HAfDLE! MODEL $ AGTE304FA 10 YEAR LEXAN® OUTDOOR CASE Replac...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 28 1974 oGUN i. A ly “My family and I thank you .'•for sharing this part of life’s J*journey with us.” 41 With those words Lt. Col. -Paul Sposito bid farewell to the ||142nd Sig. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. jjin a change of command riceremony held Monday at ‘ HOW ie ld ieutenant j.Colonel Gene Venzke assumed •^command of the battalion. Sposito who joined the 2nd JjArmd. Div. signal unit in Dec. '1972 also remarked that “this the best signal battalion in the Army. Supporting the best iDivision in the Army. “I am proud of your accom- plishm ents and I have no jdoubt about your ability to ‘provide communications to the ‘Division. You’ve proven this •••many times during field I iproblems and other tests. “Your conduct has looked -im magnificent today: I ’m ‘especially proud of your per- .sonal appearance. “I request that you support .•Lt. Col. Venzke as vigorously 'as you have supported me. •Good-bye and good luck.” Lieutenant Colonel Sposito tiad previously been assigned H:.to the 1...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 2 8 1974 I WHICH WAY TO GO? Cadet Carl Gerhiser discusses manuvers with his Sheridan section chief Sp/4 Karl Handy. Gerhiser commanded a cavalry platoon Brigade gets new TOP The new face in the 13th Sup- port Headquarters is not really anew face to the brigade. Recently Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Her- bert H. Maciolek formerly Cmd. Sgt. Maj. 180th Trans. Battalion assumed the duties as the 13th Support Brigade Cmd. Sgt. Maj. from Cmd. Sgt. Maj. George W. Layne who is I retiring this summer after 28 years of service. Maciolek a veteran of 16 a rs in ad ministration with the Army’s Security Agency and on active duty since 1946 stated “Every job in the Army is important from the first line mechanic clerk or cook to the platoon sergeant first sergeant or unit sergeant major. I believe in Sr CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 5 0 0 S. 4 4 th St. Killeen REV. E. M. GREEN Sunday School ............ $ Morning S rv ic ............................... $ WPWW .................................................

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 28. 1974 |Pm *fr SPORTS Kodes: Hard Times? By JERRY PORKER” E E A ccording to the New ork im es th re ’s trouble brewing in a irfie ld County onnecticut. ichael night filed the following rep rt on th istu rb ace E ry know about the igh Sheriff of N ot- tin am an th troubles he once had with Robin Hood. But few know about the High Sheriff of airfield County less his problem ith loria Clark. W ord id ’t even reach the High Sheriff him self until late ay hen reports began to filter through th a a reenw which om an was mounting hat looks like th first a a ig in 12 ears to seriously th rea ten his tenure a th county’s highest an only official. re ’s a sim ila situation over in E ngland this ery day. he tro le is brewing in W im beldon site of tten- is’ st co meted cham pionship. All th tro le is directed a last a ’s ’s singles cham p a odes of Czechoslovakia who won th title without ch challenge. This a how ever th re a a host of ca id ate seriously th rea ten in his ten re a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

age Two-B '"SaL- tWm fc 4*4W in H%»% Ht» X* ‘A .******* »«%«%« If 1 \*«1 " 3. *K :--»L JH* ?S.'£?P 3* 1b&* ja^SE •'~'W *r ". PdT-ING IT IN Walt organ sinks a short shot on his way to the HOW golf championship last week. organ had a Anderson Golf Course was the site of the 2nd Armd Div. Golf Tournament last week and Walt Morgan 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. chipped and putted his way to a decision eight stroke victory to become the new HOW champioa Morgan shot a 54 hole total of 212 which included a second day 69 for the top round on the Oar 72 course. He opened with a 71 on the first day and closed with a .72. After the first round the tourney field of over 50 “duf- fers” was divided into three “flight” levels: championship “A” and “B” In addition there was also a “Senior” flight. Trophies were presen- ted to the top two finishers in each flight. The winners in each flight find their scores are as fol- lows: Championship: Walt tyloj'gan 2nd Bn. 50th Inf. 212 Howard Chishulm 2nd Bn. fietfi A...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 28 1974 Shake heads and come out thinking The nation’s most sought-after high school basketball player Moses Malone of Petersburg Virginia says he’s going to at- tend the University of Maryland next year Kansas City sophomore pitcher Steve Busby recently pitched his second no-hitter in as many years Busby beat the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0. On April 27 1973 Busby fired his first no-hitter against the Detroit Tigers winning 3-0 John Xewcombe and Billy Jean King have been made the singles top seeds for the Wimbledon tennis championships Mrs. King has won five Wimbeldon titles......Last year’s men’s singles winner Jan Kodes was seeded sixth before the tournament It seems that college football is a prerequisite for playing on PGA tour two weeks ago Hale Irwin a former All-Big 8 safety at Colorado won the U.S. Open last Sunday Jim Colbert a former Kansas State halfback won the American Golf Classic in Akron Ohio The West defeated the East in the 14th Annual Coaches All- America G...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

age Four-B -tl'iM 111 TAKING A GOOD LOOK Through the sights of a 4.2 Mortar these troops of Spt. Co. 3rd Bn. 117th (M) Inf. of the Army Reserve have joined the 2nd Armd. Div. ‘The 917th Spt. Grp. a reserve unit from Kansas Gty Mo. is currently exercising “operational control” of three battalions of the 13th Spt. Bde. This is a “first of it’s kind” 'summer train in exercise I -hpre. 'F or two weeks the reserve -unit has functioned as an inter- jnediate headquarters for the iB9th Maint. Bn. 180th Trans. J3n. and 553rd Sup. and Svc. 13n. The Grp. Cmdr. Col. Robert Shirkey and the 101 officers and men of the 917th have monotored training and other internal activities for the par- ticipating battalions except for (flsnd)o 4NSW6 S Do eterans Ad- -ministration hospitals and jdinics treat reservists injured I while reporting to or retur- 1* ning from military training? ‘♦-A Yes provided injuries and illnesses occur during t* ‘travel time as specified in the 1 reservists’ military orders. .B...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 2 8 1974 I zzEsssamm WHO NEEDS CLOUDS FOR IFR? Mud and dust two weather conditions for which any chopper could use IFR to get off the ground are normal at LZ Phan- tom home base for the 1st Cav. Div.’s 7th One’s first thoughts upon hearing the nam e LZ Phan- tom are of an area on the Ft. Hood reservation where the lost aircraft of the past take off and land in eerie darkness. One couldn’t be more wrong. LZ Phantom is the home base of 124 aircraft assigned to the 1st Cav. Div.’s 7th Sqn. 17th Cav. It is located on the west side of the reservation ap- proximately 4 miles north of Robert Gray Army Airfield. To the men and officers of the squadron who have to work here daily its a mud hole when it rains and a dust bowl when it doesn’t. The modern conveniences normally associated with gar- rison duty such as air con- ditioning hot and cold running a a in a it a in an hangars concrete runway and parling ram p etc. are not present at LZ Phantom. To the uninitiated picture yours...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

'Page Six-B By JOHN McMULLEN “The number of tank bat- talions in the 1st Cav. Div. recently increased from two to four as part of the division’s overall reorganization. During exercise rave Crew last week I was invited to accom- pany the First Team’s “A” Co. 2nd Bn. 5th Cav. to the field to check out tank life and the role of tank in the cavalry. This was my first ride in a tank and for that matter my closest look at one in two years in'the Army. Eager to find out all about tanks I glanced over thjB M60A1 tank upon arriving at- the motor pool. This was going to be my home for the next five days. The tank commander who was also the platoon leader and myself in the loader’s hatch rode standing up in the turret. The driver below us completed the tank’s three- man crew although the other fojur tanks in this platoon had only two men per tank. A tank crew usually consists of a loader gunner driver and tank com ander but this platoon was understrength. ‘it took me a second to realize that ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Friday June 28 1974 CHANGE cff COMMAND Aw ♦T a I I The weekly 2nd Armd. Div. I Retreat Ceremony held June 20 on HOW Field had special meaning to several individuals and commands as the Division 4 presented Expert Infantrymen Badges reenlistment trophies I and trophies to those winners of Division competitions by selected categories. Hosting that weeks’ Retreat ceremony was the 1st Bn. 78th Field Arty under the com- mand of Lt. Col. Donald E Eckelbarger. The Expert Infantryman’s Badge was presented to those individuals who successfully completed a challenging test of expert infantry skills. Only 8.9 per cent of those par- ticipating in the recent test qualified. This attests to the difficulty and pride attached to the award. The awardees in- clude: irs ieutenant’s Thomas Crossm an (2/41) ic a a so (1 /4 1 ) Michael Meyn (1/50) and Geoffrey Robinson (1/41). Second Lieutenant’s include Charles Crehsnaw (1/41) John oodrich (2 /4 1 ) harls Gregory (1/41) Steven Grubb (1/50) David Lowery ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

Page Eight-B *8 Fencing Attention all fencers! 1974 'Season Classes will begin on •July 1 at the Main Post Gym Bldg. 12018. Classes will be die Id every Mon. at 7 p.m. Wed. at 6 p.m. and Sat. at 10 a.m. Classes will be open to all active duty personnel and 'their depentents over the age of 16. Plans are being drawn up for a Ft. Hood Sabre Team to represent the Post in national level competition. Equipment and instruction is free of charge. No experience is necessary for classes or for The up and coming team. Im- prove yo speed coor- dination and physical fitness all in one package by taking advantage of these Fencing -Gasses for you. Call 6854907 and leave your name and unit or show up at the main post gym when clas- ses are scheduled. Free Cards Get your Free Walt Disney Magic Kingdom Gub Card now! Your Free Magic King- dom Club Card is available .now at Recreation Services In- formation Travel and Tour •Section at the Community Cen- iter Bldg. 108. Special Values for the Club Card...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

2 8 19 7 4 THE DAYS OF OLD The good ole times of the 50’s flash to mind whenever Lt. Col. John P. Heilman’s 1952 MOTT) passes by. The division surgeon of the 1st Cav. Div. he rebuilt his nostalgic roadster over a period of several years step-by step. (Photo by Gary Lootens) Red-Ripel Juicy! Watermelon 7 Fresh! New Texas Crop. Sammartiiiia Favorite! :Red Plums .'Nectarines 'Fresh Apricots large Papayas Pineapples Spatial Flavor! 49* 59* 59* 59* 59* Rich & Juicy! From Hawaii —Each Cayonno Variety Buttermilk CO fjicerne. Safew ay Special! Safew ay Special! Com Tortillas "Biscuits Cole Slaw WL Va-Gal. Ctn. Mrs. Wright's ★Sweet Milk or ★Buttermilk Safeway 5-Lb. Special! Bog fruit Drinks Cragmont. Thirst-Quenching! -46-ox. Can Canned Milk Tomato Soup •Lunch Bags Mouthwash toothbrushes Facial Tissues Stayfree 14-ox. Lucerne. Ready to Eat! Ctn. Gladiola Enriched Flour. S 29* 25* 12* 27* 47* 39* 36* Lucerne. Evaporated Town House. 10.75-ox. Tasty! Can 50-Ct. Kitchen Craft Pkg. H-oi. Safe...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

«Page Ten-B Although SP/5 Richard M. Draper has only been in the Army for five years he has his own idea of what it means to be a careerist. “To me that’s a guy who stays in the Army because he likes what he’s doing and not because he’s afraid of what it might be like somewhere else. “One of the things I like about the Army is the opportunity you have to try out new ideas. You know you’re given the responsibility to get a certain job done but you can be inventive. “I like to try out new jobs too. In fact I’ve just parked my truck (my primary MOS is Heavy Equipment Operation and Repair) and I’m training to be a Hometown Recruiter. “So as long as I’m happy with what I’m doing I’m not going to worry about the future. I’m taking it one hitch at a time’.’ FORT HOOD SENTINEL I ’m taking it one hitch at a time.” Today’s Army gets better every time a good man reenlists Friday June 28

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 28 June 1974

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