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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 July 1974

Page Six-B wdty 8 July 8:27 Defense of the Cannons 9:00MechTngon .45Cal Pistol Pt 1 .9:38 Fire Prevention 10:0ODrill & Ceremonies 10:llCoursesinCivil Unrest 11:17 Family LIFE %%:38 Fundam entals of Map Reading: Distances 11:45Field Arty Meterology 12:27.45Cal Pistol Gen Orientation 12:40Nickel Cadmium Battery 1:00MechTngon M85 Pt 5 1:19 Policies Legal Consideration & Com- mand Responsibilities of Civ Disturbances 2:00Division Retrograde Operation 2:12 Primary Direct Fire Control System 2:30Defense of Convoys from Ambush 3:0050GPM 3:26 Military Justice 3:50 Individual Instr of a Study Carrel 4:00 Speed Scene: The Problem of Am- phetimine Abuse 4:17 US Army Occupation Health Program 4:30 West Point: The Army Challenge 5:27 Green Scene No. 6 5:45CTC Promotional Film 6:00 Sea Power Traditions Old & New 6:28The Selling of Col Herbert 7:27 Money to Burn 7:47 Wall to Wall Decorating 8:00The Border Watchers Tuesday 9 July 8:27 Principles of Reconnaissance 8:45 TV Composite USAME...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 July 1974

W ed esd ay Ju ly 3 1 9 7 4 zv V- 1-:# '.^^'--'^y Eyecatcher "x^j v- _?')« 547-2233 The sun warms tans and lights attrac- dealer at Las Vagas but spends much of S tive Miss Jen Kimx for SENTINEL roving her time basking in the warm sunshine at photographer Jefferey. Miss Kim is 21 the Hotel Sahara pool SHOWING PICK OF HITS ONLY! Open W eeknights 6:30 PM Sat. & Sun. 1:00 PM NOW th ru TUESDAY gone i/ the romance' thot uua/ /o divine: Pcworriount Ptctui ROB€RT R€DFORDoodfnifl FARROID TH£ GR6AT GRT/6V .g I a auwiT«tc« tvmuni pmmum memos ts Pci'omount PKtme Uv-ngHe-On opyright 1951 Color rin t W re el Sat. & Weekdays 8-6 Monday and Thursday 8*9 -M You'd hardly expect an alarm clock to awaken you in a set- ting as regal as Francesca. Drexel designers turned back the design clock to a period of incomparable Italian ele- gance. Whether your personal palazzo is a studio apartment or a suburban split level you'll find pieces to fit your indi- vidual decorating needs. Decorating Service...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 July 1974

Page Eight-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio/ TV Service 044 RENT A TV rand New 19 inch rtab le ith Built-in A ntena. Rented by the Day Week or Month. Come by and ake our S le tio fro O ur a rg Stock. monthly Rentals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est Rancier Ave. illeen.......................................... 634-4742 (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIVING room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 CARRIER AIR CONDITIONERS 24000 30000 36000 42000 48000 $550 to $900 INSTALLED No Money Down on Approved Credit KEN’S TV 547-2639 GEORGE’S AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Lawn Mower Rep. 060 EXPERT LAW N MOWER TILLER & MINI-BIKE REPAIR arts in Stock McQ REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HWY. 190 634-3224 LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO O W N YOUR O W N WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE HARKER HEIGHTS ONLY 699-9090 or 699-6257 PAT’S COIN SHOP Sentinel Classified REAL ESTATE City Property 090 Your Home W ill Sell Better When It Is A PA...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 July 1974

Wednesday July 3 1974 AND AWAY WE GO Breaking away from a busy schedule Secretary of the Army the Hon. Howard H. Callaway takes a ride on one of the Army’s heavy equipment trucks during a recent visit to the 644th Trans. Co. (reserve) training 'CRIME PREVENTION* O N FlASH LAR&E S S MON£Y[ W A O N E 201 W. Hwy. 190 HARKER HEIGHTS 699-2321 Open Mon. thru Fri. 9:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m. Open Sat. 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. FRONT END ALIGNMENT Precision alignment by skilled mechanics on most American Cars (Extra on som cars with A C). Parts extra if needed Com plete Brake Job ertified S tate Vehicle Inspection DELIVERED ail O O O a O rs to role ts S ee 1 1 4 site at Ft. Hood. The company based in Beaumont Tex. was at Ft. Hood for two weeks for summer training with the 180th Tran. Bn. (US Army Photo by Dennis J. Steele) FOR A TREMENDOUS DEAL LARRY WARDLE “I invite all my old friends and prospective new friends to come see me. We also have many nice used cars & trucks." CONNELL CHEVROLET A ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 3 July 1974

Page Ten-B Sometimes a good man leaves the Army for a bad reason. Pressure. The kind he gets from some of the people around him. So we’ve gathered together some of the more frequently heard gripes complaints harassments and put-downs. And we’ve put down the facts. First you have to We know that there isn’t an army of cranks out there. But we also know that the few there are can make it tough on a guy who’s trying to make an important decision. This way you’ll have the answers the next time someone questions your decision to reenlist. "They'll promise you anything to get you to reenlist.” That’s a big one. You hear it all the time. And the irony of it is it’s true. But not the way your buddies mean it. qualify for whatever it is you want to reenlist for. If you do we put your choice in writing. Along with your own under- standing of the agreement in your own hand- writing. So there’s no chance of misunder- standing each other. Then if something goes wrong we make it right. Or you mak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

OL. 33 NO. 18 ‘Published by munitv Enterprises Incorporated a FORT HOOD SENTINEL “PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PERSONNEL OF FORT HOOD’- FORT HOOD FRIDAY JULY 12 1974 Background material and extensive quoting and paraphrasing has come from two primary sources of Division history. “A History of the Second United States Armored Division/' edited by Lt. Col. E. A. Trahan G.S.C. has provided the continuity and greatest overall background. “Combat Commander" written by Maj. Gen. Ernest N. Harmon U.S.A. (Ret) has provided interesting details of the division in training as well as in Northwest Africa and the Battle of the Bulge. By JONATHAN W. PIERCE As the Germans completed their blitz across the European continent it became clearly evident that warfare had entered anew era. Within a month of the fall of France America’s answer to the Panzer threat was organized. The 1st and 2nd Armored Divisions and a tank battalion were activated July 15 1940 and soon became a foreboding actuality fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Two-A :.xi 34th SOUL BROTHER We Have It All! Also Large Variety of Spiritual & Rock RECORDS & TAPES VAL'S HOUSE OF MUSIC 3 0 9 N. 4th-K illeen General W ey a ’s Message The thirty-fourth anniversary of the 2nd Armored Division on July 15 provides me the opportunity of ex- tending to its members the hearty congratulations of all members of the United States Army. The combat achievements of the “Hell on Wheels’’ Division since 1940 are firmly etched into annals of military history. Today in such training exercises as GOBLIN SKY I and II the soldiers of the 2nd Armored Division continue to maintain the readiness posture so essential in protecting the security of our country. The men and women of the United States Army join me in paying tribute to the Division’s loyal and distinguished service to the Nation. A iv ersa ry Messages FRED C. WEYAND General United States Army Vice Chief of Staff eneral erw in ’s Message On the occasion of the thirty-fourth anniversary of the 2nd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 i: We Salute the 2d ARMORED DIVISION on their 34th ANNIVERSARY! Distributors of the FOLLOWING BEERS: LOWENBRAU •HAMMS •FALLSTAFF DANNY WELCH Distributing Co. TEMPLE (Continued from Page 1A) manding officer of CC“B” was given this information and the Battalion alerted to meet any emergency. The column having passed the tank destroyer and the Battalion anti-tank gun outpost in the darkness continued into the Battalion area fire being held due to the lack of identification. Two officers went to the road to challenge and German conversation was heard. The batteries were called and told to place direct fire on the road but before this could be done “B” battery opened fire with the .50 caliber machine gun mounted on the Battery Executive’s half track parked alongside the road. This was immediately fol- lowed by fire from Headquarters Batteries’ .50s across the road catching the column in a perfect cross fire. A German personnel carrier blew up in this light “A” battery...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Four-A Impromptu fireworks challenge legality & limb Last Thursday evening July 4 was a real “bang-up” affair at Ft. Hood. Prichard Stadium was the scene of an exceptionally well produced pageant followed by a massive fireworks display. However rivalry was apparent throughout the evening as flares rockets and other military parapher- nalia as well as civilian fireworks made brief but spec- tacular appearances in the skies over Ft. Hood’s bar- racks and housing area. While these impromptu firework displays may have gone unheeded by the throngs in and around the im- mediate area of Prichard Stadium they were the sustaining force for the hundreds upon hundreds who occupied positions along the roads and byways outside the main post area. Discouraged by the long lilies of traffic these spec- tators decided to separate themselves from the estimated 10000 persons who attended the pageant and literally “took to the hills. Finding a likely spot to pull off the road these hardy group...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 VANTAGE POINT As the 2nd Armd. Div. thrust deeper and deeper into Europe the importance of communications grew. Radios like the one shown being used to direct artillery fire and other transmis­ Eight years before the 2nd Armd. Div. was formed in the summer of 1940 the 17th Eng. Bn. came into existance as the 17th E in attalion (Heavy Pontoon) Motorized. The engineers joined “Hell On W heels” on the day it originated and following par- ticipation in several large scale training exercises the battalion departed for North Africa in October 1942. After partaking in the initial landings in Africa and Sicily the 17th landed in Normandy in June 1944. Moving into Nor- thern France the unit began the Rhineland campaign but was called on to repel the Ger- man Breakthrough at Arden- 4 nes. For its heroic infantry fighting during the Ardennes counter-offensive the 17th E n. re iv th Distinguished Unit Citation. During this counter-offensive the 17th repeatedly attacked forti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Six-A When looking at the past the fnen of the 1st “Tiger” Bde. of the 2nd Armd. Div. can be proud. Just as they are filling the slots and doing the jobs today another group did the Same 20 or 30 years ago. 1 The 1st Brigade traces its (listory back to March 1942 when its parent unit was con- stituted in the regular Army and activated as Headquarters and eadquarters Company at and A A number of units forced the Allied breakthrough at St. Lo France. The Third Army un- der Gen. George S. Patton was gushing to the east the 3rd Ar- mored and the 1st Infantry iv is io re shin southeast forming a funnel jyhich left the enemy a chance ef escape through Gavray. The 2nd (St. Lo) Bde. of the 2nd Armored Division became the cork that plugged the gap and franped the Germans on the Cherbourg Peninsula of Nor- fnandy. Because of its actions during fhe re a th ro the 2d Brigade known during the war as a an £“CCB” ) was awarded the significant designation of St. £o Brigade in March 1969. In N ...

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

Friday July 12 1974 Cav men resourceful There has been and still is a drive to conserve our coun- try’s resources and every little bit helps. In addition to needing an of- fice MSG Robert J. Haymon and SFC Rober M. Jacobs thought of away to conserve and obtain a shop office. Haymon 15th S&T Bn. motor sergeant and Jacobs NCOIC of the Technical In- spection Team (TIT) retrieved a 1956 M-220 Shop Van from the cannibalization point and con- verted it into their outdoor shop. All vehicles dispatched from the motor pool are inspected If you think you know all there is to know about com- manding a tank you ought to try the Tank Commander’s Course at the Ft. Hood Troop School. That’s the recommen- dation coming from the school’s latest No. 1” graduate SSG Jesus Molina of “C” Co. 2nd Bn. 66th Arm. 2nd Armd. Div. The school’s chief instruc- tor Sfc. Allen Kumph had this to say about Molina. “He’s an before leaving each day and upon return to the motor pool. TTie van is quite colorful run-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Eight-A By JOHN SPANN It’s up early in the morning for the 2nd Armd. Div’s Com- manding General Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair and it’s usually lalje at night before the “Hell onr Wheels’’ commander calls it day. A rriv in a iv isio Headquarters at 7 a.m. each morning Gen. Fair has a mor- ning briefing with his assistant Division commanders Chief of Staff and Command Sergeant Major and attends to an assor- tment of items that deserve his attention. Then between 7:30 a.m. and 8 o’clock he "hits the road” to visit units and on going train in within the Division. General Fair has a deman- ding schedule but never fails to take a few minutes to stop and talk to his men during the day. He is constantly looking for the “outstanding soldier” and as he put it “I never go to the field without carrying an extra set of stripes.” J3orn in San Francisco Ca. Gen. Fair was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Infantry frojn the Officer Candidate School in 1944 and has seen combat in Korea and Vietnam...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 ... 1 & *jt* v. I FORT HOOD SENTINEL HOW Tracks leave traces across pages of history Photos By Kirt Livernois O IT MOVES HELL ON W EELS99 T^? equipment weapons and vehicles of the 2nd Armored Division consist of everything from HOWitzer cannons to Armored Person- nel Carriers to M60A1 Tanks to Bul- ldozers. They can be found crossing fields mountains deserts or streams from Ft. Hood to Europe to Africa to Vietnam. Vulcan Gamma Goat Sheridan and “Cherry Picker99 are manned and maintained in the tradition of “Patton's Own99. The tracks of the Iron Deuce have moved from 1940 to 1974 to the future. HELL ON WHEELS Vr. Page Nine-A’! Jt

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

JPage Ten-A 2 Discom Mrs. Arthur J. Junot conduc- tea business meeting at her ‘quarters for the Dependent •Wives Drill Team Topics of (discussion was practice time ♦days and uniform cost. Drill instructors will be Lt. ♦Ernie Battle and Sgt. Ivan Al- »len. All DISCOM dependent (wives are invited to join the •fun and show your pride at (being part of DISCOM. or in form atio contact (Mrs. A rthur Junot 685-7376 ‘and rs. E ie a ttle •634-4356. NCO and enlisted (wives please contact your Bat- talion Sgt. major wives. Hq. IstBde. *■-Officers and wives of Hqs. 1st Bde. et for an evening of dining and dancing June 22. There were any warm hails and many reluctant farewells said to som of the Bdes. longest em bers. Col. ic a rd aw rence Welcomed the following new mem bers: Mrs. Anne Toye (jpt. and Mrs. Jay Hillmer CH(Cpt.) Jam es Needham Lt. and Mrs. Bartley Schwegler Mrs. at Oglesby and Mrs. Donna Russell. The Russells were presented with a silver wedding tray and all the good wishes that ac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 13th AVN. BN. WIVES A bit of nostalgia was in the jair as officers and wives of the »13th Avn. Bn. celebrated the J’F ifties” in th ain ballroom Of the t. Hood O fficers’ Club. A fter a ffet in er of ALL ABOARD!...Several Cub Scouts j|pile on one of the tanks at the 1st Cav. Div. Museum during their recent visit here. fThe Scouts from Hewitt and Lorena iTex. and their adult leaders were given the “grand tour” of the 1st Cav. Div. and Brigade Senior NCO’s have scheduled th ir association’s ^annual picnic for Saturday *Aug. 10 at picnic area No. 2 Ton Rde. Ave. South according I to S t. a j. A re F. Pickens president of the 13th *Spt. de. S en io NCO As- sociation. Sgt aj. Pickens stated that association embers and their im ed iate families are in- vited to attned. The 50 cent per ’^person fee should have already ^been given to the association’s" ijb a tta lio ta tiv j|»along with July membership dues. Meal tim begins at 11 a.m. followed the rest of the day by ente...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Page Twelve-A A HAIRY EXPERIENCE Crew chiefs are often briefing their passengers before take-off but those two were a little small and couldn’t say if they were older whether or not they wanted to go. Specialist-5 Timothy Jones of the First Teams l/6th Air Troop 1st Sqdn. 6th Cav holds two of the newborn felines now that mother cat has gone for a while. Jones was quite surprised Officers selected for AUSA New officers were elected June 25th by the Central Texas \l Ft. Hood Chapter of the As- sociation of the United States •1 A rm (A S A during a general membership meeting at Belton’s Bend of the River Ranch. Tommy J. Mills was elected president of the AUSA Chap- in ter. The members elected Kenneth L. Kirkpartick as first vice president Harold ■.] Schnorrenberg second vice president and Dale Dage as third vice president. Secretary .' and treasurer are Lewis A. .Hansen (Col. Ret.) and Allen Pixton (B rig Gen. Ret.) respectively. The organization’s new president spoke to the mem- bers ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 12 July 1974

Friday July 12 1974 HELL ON WHEELS LOVETT FOR FURNITURE 104 E. AVE. 547-3325 Representing The 1st Cav. Association and Armed Forces Benefit and Aid Association 906 East Hwy. 190.. .Killeen.. .526-7534 MAC’S PAWN SHOP “Hock It To e” 200 West Rancier Ave................. 634-2533 THE LEDGER’S BUGGY SHOP Home of Gotcha II” TEXAS FASTEST VOLKSWAGEN 8th & Avenue Killeen 526-6345 LEA FOR FASHION 209 S. MAIN 547-4122 & LIQUORS I “YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT & PACKAGE STORE” 190 »T HARLEY OR. 699-6611 HMKER HEIGHTS POTTS EXXON STATION ATLAS TIRES BATTERIES ETC. From A Former Member of 2d Armd. Div. Hwy. 190 at Gray 634-8898 GREATER KILLEEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Cowhouse Motor Hotel Downtown Killeen 634-2168 Serving The Greater Killeen Harker Heights Fort Hood Area 311 North Gray 634-2783 634-4832 FORT HOOD W a lute ast members who served proudly and with distinction in times of difficulty. Today we take note of your continuing record of distinguished performance and achievement as th...

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

Page Fourteen-A '. ‘‘There ill always be a need fdr civilian employees at Ft. Hood as long as there are military assigned here” in- dicates r. Howard Ritter new civilian personnel direc- tor at the post. .Mr. itter assumed the top iv ilia a in is a iv position at t. Hood last month. He was formerly the civilian personnel director at am W is . a National Guard and Reserve training post where he spent the last four years. itter replaces r. C. O. Buckellew who recently retired following 1G years in the capacity as Ft. Hood civilian personnel direc- tor. “Generally” states Mr. Rit- ter “as the military grows so Students who have moved into the Killeen Independent School District and will be at- tending Killeen High School in the- 10th 11th or 12th grade during the coming school year should visit the high school counselor’s ffice at once le a registered. frhis will give Killeen High School time to request an of- ficial record from the school students previously attended and will also giv...

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