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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 August 1974

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 August 1974

Page Eight-B hy A ip st &27 500 Gal Collapsible Bag 91:01 Venomous Animals: Snakes ‘9:30 First Aid: Everyday Emergencies 10:02 Functions A Malfunctions of M16E1 10:51 Types of Discharge Certificates 11:37 Mech Tng on .50 Cal HB M2 & Moun- tiigon M114A1 12:27 Bwer Saws 1:01 Courses in Civil Unrest ’l:50Gcn Disassy & Assy of M16E1 Rifle *2:36 RADIACDetection Instruments '3:00 Effective Army Writing Pt 4 '3:36 Your Radio Frequency 4:02 Officers Evaluation Reporting System .4:31 London .5:27 Hie Congress 5:58 The World of Karl Schranz 6:36 Sea Venture •7:27 Arctic Laboratory *7:50 Story in Ribbon *8:01 Task Force “77” *Tnesday 27 August 8:27 Prosigns & Operating Signals 9:00 Patrolling: Conduct of a Patrol 9:30 The Perfect Drug .10:01 military tte rin & Phonetic .Alphabet 10:44 Leadership: Correctional Custody •11:00 Mech Tng on .45 Cal Pistol Pt 2 •12:27 Role of MP in Drug Abuse Pvnt/Con- "trol '1:00 The 4 Empl of German A Russian Arty 1:38 Vehicle Recovery: Similar...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 August 1974

Friday August 23 1974 1 V- I*. Jefferey rushed into the pressroom of the SENTINEL with this week’s Eyecat- cher who is the very lovely Miss Jean Manson Playboy’s August Playmate. ~Jean who is a native of Ohio devotes most of her energy to her acting career in Hollywood and has just finished her latest FRIDAY August 23 •THE TAKE 6:30 S 8:30 p.m. illy Dee W illiam Eddie A lb rt SATURDAY August 24 THE STEEL EDGE OF REVENGE 3:30 6:30 & 3:30 p.m. Tatsuya Nakadai SPECIAL MATINEE SMOKY 1:30 p.m. Fess Parker SUNDAY August 25 MONDAY August 26 TUESDAY August 27 WEDNESDAY August 28 EYE CATCHER THEATER 1 THEATER 2 THEATER 3 THEATER 4 THEATER 5 NEWMAN'S LAW 7 p.m. George Peppard Pat Anderson SPECIAL LATE SHOW RIDER ON THE RAIN 10 p.m. Charles Bronson Marlene Jobe rt NEWMAN'S LAW 1:30 3:30 5:30 & 7:30 p.m. CLOSED THE STONE KILLER 6:30 & 8:30 p.m. Charles Bronson artin Balsam PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID 7 p.m. James Coburn NEWMAN'S LAW 6:30 & 8:30 p.m. PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE K...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 August 1974

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 August 1974

Friday August 23 1974 AO^BLY 3 oR.£P 55 SePARATfP 1=RoM 1 AMP FAMILY A PRIMS TARGET. m.ph. WHEN IT’S TIME FOR LEAVE WILLYOU HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO GET OFF BASE? You know where you want to go. The problem is you don’t know where the money’s coming from to get you there. HFC has a suggestion. With our Traveloan you may borrow up to $5000. Money enough to get you on your way. Money to spend on anything while you’re away. When you return all you do is pay us back in simple monthly installments. What happens next? Before you go on leave take a trip down to HFC and see about the Traveloan. Household Finance. An equal opportunity lender. TheTraveloan HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION and Subsidiary Companies KILLEEN 304-306 N. 8th S treet-P O N E 526-3001 TEMPLE 15 W. Central A venue-PH O N E 778-1676 & qm By s. McCl A bum per sticker reads “Remember when sex was dirty and water was clean?” The age we live in is probably unsurpassed in ‘open attitudes’ toward sex. Almost any phase of sex and...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 23 August 1974

Page Twelve-B "f/ 'A A A All these Checking Account. No Minimum Balance Required $10000 Accidental Death Insurance $5.00 Savings Account For Each New Born Child of Member 4 20% Discount On Daily Car Rentals From National Car Rental System Inc. HANUIU© Gray and Church FORT HOOD SENTINEL announces Join Today MEMBERSHIP PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING SERVICES: No Service Charge On Your Personal it for a monthly membership fee of only $3.50 For Additional Information Contact THE WARM HEARTED BANK in Killeen menam Call 634-2132 yjwjna NOTARY PUBLIC Member FDIC FREE: services available to you STATE BANK Friday August ililp ll I 1 Personalized Checks No Charge- All You Need Without Issue Charge Travelers Checks Cashier's Checks 10% Discount On Room Rates at Roadway Inns NOTARY SERVICE WITHOUT CHARGE Monthly BANIHUB News Letter Special Travel Opportunities Other Services as Announced

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 25 W ie* & /7 _____________________________________________ FORT HOOD FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1974 ETS opportunities By BOB ALLEN Many times the “short” GI spends more time counting his time remaining in the Army than he does looking for a job when he gets out. ^The Army is the first to admit that everyone in the “Green Machine” is not going to stay for the full twenty years. What Services can the soldier use when he leaves the service? How can he make a smooth transition from military to civilian employment? According to Russell C. Hantke vocational develop- ment special istic at the Ft. Hood Education Center “An individual should give consideration to his employability when he enters the Army. Anyone who waits untif30 days from ETS to look for a future is in trouble. However it was very obvious from the results of a survey taken of 32 ETS-bound individuals last week that the majority of the group was “in trouble” according to Hantke’s theory. The survey was given to all s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Two-A Fi 7 9 /0 /W 6 tftfO &A4S Fe Also Roy CftMP COOPER a (AQ gdT 160 wiles N rth -N E S Central Texas College in cooperation with the Ft. Hood Education enter and Ft. Hood Television is making a credit course on computers available to military and dependent personnel on post beginning Septem ber 9th. “Making It Count” is an in- r. troduction to computers and their applications and is aimed at introducing the student to the world of com- puters and their operation. The course which consists of twenty lessons will be shown on Ft. Hood Cable chan- nel 9 and is being offered ex- clusively to Ft. Hood. Each •''course lesson will be shown four times during the day and Iwill be repeated twice on ^Friday. For example lesson I number one will be shown on -•'Monday September 9 at 8 I a.m. 11:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. *^and 7:30 p.m. and lesson num- ber two will be shown at the '[same times on Wednesday ^September 11. On Friday Sep- tem er 13 lesson number one ''will be repeated at 8 a.m. a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 S O O O N E S O \V I I 0 3 3 5 BUS 3 3 5 Future fostered by foresight (continued from Page 1 A) unemployment compensation is available. The amoimt and duration of payment are governed by State laws with maximum payments generally ranging from $49 to $138 a week. All States require that a vet have served at least 90 days continuous active service and possess an honorable discharge to be eligible for unemployment compensation. Generally benefits will not be paid to persons receiving certain educational assistance or vocational sub- sistence under the GI Bill. GI Bill Education The GI Bill educational requirements are that an in- dividual have completed at least 180 days continuous ac- tive service any part of which occurred after Jan. 31 1955 and been released under conditions other than dishonorable discharged for a service-connected disability or still be on active duty. An educational institution approved for training may include any public or private elem en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Four-A I- •I* i: I! C* Labor ay festivities fa ta if prudence not exercised Probably few things in this life are as distasteful as the thought of pain. Much has been written about the ability of the fairer sex to withstand pain and a lot of new mothers are submitting to natural childbirth as testimony to this fact. Without getting into a controversy as to whether ladies can bear pain better than men it is sufficient to say that none of us wants to endure the agony of a broken bone or surgery. Therefore let each of us be careful at all times to avoid this happening and especially this forth- coming Labor Day weekend to escape any type of ac- cident that will cause pain to ourselves or others. The Labor Day weekend is the last major holiday of the summer season and it signals a prelude to a lot of ex- citing things. Fall and winter bring on football and Great Pumpkin Thanksgiving Christmas and the New Year. By observing recognized standards of safety we can all live to enjoy thes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 Men and equipment from the 418th Trans. Co. came to the rescue of a waterless Lometa Tex. Wednesday August 21 through last Friday as elec- trical difficulties plagued the it ’s a in facilities leaving their water storage tanks desperately low. Water tankers from the 13th Spt. Bde. unit provided water to the small Central Texas ran- ching community Wednesday August 21 through last Friday when the city’s water pumps a a in a operational. Water for the project was bt a ne the city facilities of Lampasas then trucked in 5000 gallon capacity tankers the 17 miles northwest into Lometa. A in to Ge oge Brister a city councilman for Lometa the tow n’s major a a Tuesday August 20. Electric line failure had crippled Lometa’s pumping station and the city’s water usage did not lower to compensate. Br is also said that Lometa’s water supply dwin- dled to below six feet of water Tuesday August 20 and although their pumps worked that night the supply again fell Wednesday Augu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Six-A Center gets new quarters .'The 2nd Armd. Div. learning center has “graduated” to a new building. Previously located in Bldg. 901 the center now carries on its operations from Bldg. 908 on Park Street just around the corner from the 2nd Armd. Div. Headquar- ters. The structure which had been used a attalio headquarters for 2nd Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. was remodeled by “C” Co. of the 17th Eng. Bn. Work began in April and the engineers worked daily since then to have the project com- pleted by this month. The en- tire “guts” of the building were tom out leaving only a shell. New plumbing wiring heating and air-conditioning were installed in the building as well as new interior walls. The center is run by Mr. Walter L. Prugh educational jadyisor to Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. Com- mander. “The purpose of the learning center” according to Prugh “is to aid the enlisted man or woman in furthering his or her education. This is Just 2 Blocks From East Gate Of Fort Hood HO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 Scoutcamp renovated The Girl Scouts will be en- joying abetter summer camp in the future thanks to a lot of hard work from volunteer per- sonnel of the 13th Spt. Bde. Camp Finlayson located at West Ft. Hood is currently in the process of being renovated by volunteers from all bat- talions of the brigade. The project started last winter was begun to assist the Depen- dent Youth Activities (DYA) program. The volunteer workers have already completed camp fire areas with permanent fire pits restored picnic tables and cleared the undergrowth of the area. The are also giving the camp a rustic touch by building cedar rail fences. Although the a ’s renewal is not completely finished the scouts utilized the facilities this past summer during their day camps. The area of and surrounding the camp is abundant with wild game such as deer and wild turkey and scattered In- dian relics can be found there. Though there may not be any wild mountain cranberries growing there a m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Eight-A 8th Eng. Bn. The officers and wives of the 8th Eng. Bn. met recently fora Hail and Farewell sponsored by “D” company. The event whs held at the party room of a local ap artm en complex. Stoimming preceded the Pot Luck in r. ieutenant Colonel Jam es Van Lobenels welcomed Maj. and Mrs. Ken- peth McCollister Lt. Terry Bavarp and Lt. Wayne Boozer Jo the battalion. Farewells were said to Cpt. £nd Mrs. William Morrell and Battalion Chaplain Cpt. and -}\4rs. David Bon. The officers received the Battalion Plaque as a departing momento. A silver carafe was presen- ted to Maj. and Mrs. John Sparks as a wedding gift. Lt. and Mrs. Mike Stuhr were presented a baby cup for their new daughter Amy Jo. 1st Bn. 5th Cav. Officers’ wives of the 1st Bn. 5th Cav met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Theodore Dollof for their monthly cof- feie. Mrs. Francis Vossen held the business meeting. Items discussed included the 1st Cav Luncheon on Oct. 1 a bake sale on Nov. 2 and the Christ- mas bazaar. Pro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 3 0 1974 HOT 2nd. Bn. 67th Armr. The officers and ladies of the 2nd Bn. 67th Armr. met recen- tly around the pool of a local apartment complex for their August Hail and Farewell. Captain William F. Simmons “B” Co. Commander made the arrangements for the din- ner and swimming party. Lieutenant Colonel Donald J. Valz Battalion Comman- der congratulated everyone on the Tank Gunnery Exer- cise. He then welcomed Lt. a rry a a and Lt. Michael Peed as new mem- bers of the battalion. The monthly passing of the ROK Award went from Lt. Donald Atkins to Cpt. R. Alex Northrop for conspicuous achievements during the past month. 2nd Bn. 5th ADA The romantic Spanish at- mosphere at a local restaurant was the setting for the Hail and Farewell party for the officers and wives of the 2nd Bn. 5th ADA. Headquarters Battery sponsored the occasion with the special help of Cpt. Lewis Rogers. Following the dinner Lt. Col. John D. Shetler welcomed the newcomers: Maj. Jim Wolfe Capt. and Mrs. J...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Ten-A N A NEWS .* Dr. Stewart Lee Baker Jr. [Col. Medical Corps U.S. ‘Army re tire has been I flamed to head the Veterans 'A dm inistration’s treatment programs in drug dependence and alcoholism in Washing- ton D.C. Dr. Baker comes from the Army Surgeon General’s Of- ic in W ashington D.C. •Where he participated in the [development of the nation’s •global strategy against drug abuse and the Army’s medical •follow-up program for retur- Tied prisoners of the Vietnam a and their families. .* As chief of the VA Depart- of ic in and JSurgery’s Alcohol and Drug [Dependence Division in its a a a Behavioral Sciences Service [he heads the agency’s nation- Wide system of 51 drug depen- dence treatment facilities and 71 alcoholism treatment units. Dr. Baker at his retirement was chief of the Clinical Con- sultants Division of the Army Surgeon General’s Office with primary responsibilities as the Consultant for Psychiatry and Neurology. A diplomate of the American •Board of sy ia try and [...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Friday August 30. 1974 A Chinese dragon with a "megaphone for a voice and "three Majors for feet captured vthe attention and imagination !of members of the 3rd Bde 2nd ’’Armd. iv. 13th Support "Bde. and MASSTER as he along with other MASSTER "speakers briefed his audience "last Friday on the Army’s new .weapon “Dragon” and on the I role they would be playing in "testing it. The Dragon is a wire-guided 'missile system which is a man-portable shoulder-fired medium anti-tank weapon 1(MAW). The missile is laun- I’ched from a smooth bore ••fib rg lass tu and is basically intended to replace the 90mm recoiless rifle. The weapon has a sensor Vdevice which tracks the mis- "sile’s course and as long as the •user continues to keep the weapon’s scope on the target the missile will automatically "and continuously guide itself to the target. 1' The missile has jets along its "side which fire as changes in •the degree of angle from user "to missile changes setting a new course for the device. Two...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Twelve-A MAKE IT YOURSELF Spec. 5 Kevin McMullin of Co. 124th Maint. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. fabricates a needed part for one of the division’s helicopters. This ew “ALL CLEAR TO LAND” Spec. 4 Richard ock com unicates with a pilot in flight and advises him on landing con- ditions a Hood Army Airfield. As the division’s flight operations coordinator Rock is responsible for aiding the pilots in TAILGATING A ember of the 2nd Cleanliness is an important art of the Armd. Div. A viation team tows an AH16 maintenance of the aircraft since it aids (Cobra) on a tra ile to the washing bay the smooth functioning of the vehicle where it will be given a thorough washing. (Photo by Ivan oster) in GETTING IT ALL TOGETHER Spec. 4 Robert lograd of “F Co. 124th aint. 2nd Armd. iv. works on the shell of a division helico pter. Specialist Flograd repairs the sheet metal of this aircraft as '1*1^» i*/r is done whenever the necessary part is not readily available. The shop for fabricating parts is locate...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

id a August 30. 1974 Wmm iifv LESS CONFUSION— -A new system of tur- ning in field equipment (TA-50) at CIF should eliminate some of the confusion at the facility. Besides being moved to the rear of the building the turn-in area will also feature metal bins so that personnel can dump their equipment into the order Ft. Hood’s Central Issue Facility (CIF) has come under considerable criticism from personnel using the facility in more recent months. Soldiers have blatantly voiced their a a operations the re. Some of the gripes that have been leveled squarely against CIF range from waiting in long lines to occasional charges of harassment. However not all of the complaints have been valid. New Management The facility supporting the 13th Spt. Bde. 1st Cav. Div. and all other non-divisional units with organizational field equipment (TA-50) besides acting as the special issue point for all post units has recently come under new management. 1st. Lt. Richard Avey the newly assigned Officer in...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 30 August 1974

Page Fourteen-A um That’s the way SP/4 Dominic Rocco feels about his job as an Air Defense Acquisition Raclar 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 mv 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. FORT IIOOI). TEXAS "When you’re doing something of value you value yourself more? Today’s Army gets better every time a good man reenlists. Friday August 30. 1974

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