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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 September 1974

Friday September 13 1974 KILLEEN SE E O O W N wO N SEPTEMBER 13th & 14th DOWNTOWN FLEA MARKET & SIDEWALK SALE Shop Browse Buy On The Sidewalks Of Downtown Killeen Lots of Fun! Lots of items! Lots of savings! I 1 SX-434 AM-FM STEREO SYSTEM Pioneer SX— 434 AM— FM Receiver •Two Pioneer Project 80 2-Way Speaker Systems •Pioneer PL-10D Stereo Turntable With Belt Driven Synchronous Motor 312 N. 8th SHOP DOWNTOWN KILLEEN KILLEEN'S GREATER SHOPPING CENTER "IN THE CENTER OF IT ALL" O E TO O FLEA MARKET & FRIDAY & SATURDAY SEPT. 13TH & 14TH 8TH & AVE. DOWNTOWN KILLEEN CiD PIONEER $ FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS A E S jn iu I 42995 Our People Make Us Number One Rings with a touch of class selected by Robert. At Zales we think class rings are very important. That’s why Robert makes it his business to be aware of changes in styles to give you exactly what you want. He sees that each ring has a personal touch because it’s made to order for you. It has your own name in...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 September 1974

Page Ten-B Monday 1C September 8:28 Care and Concern 8:45 EMC: Med Aspects of Chemical War- fare 9:45 Prevention of Cold Injuries 10:42 Protect Yo ur Hea ring 10:57 Prevention of Hearing Loss 12:28 Care and Concern 1:42 Highlights of Armor Activities 2:45 Vehicle Recovery: Expendients 3:43 Direct Fire Sights 4:02 Primary Direct Fire Control System 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Concorde-The Earth Shrinker 6:10 Island Nation 6:35 Harvest of the Sea 7:28 Care and Concern 7:43 1980 Is Tomorrow 8:01 Port of Chll Tuesday 17 September 8:45 Message Construction Review 9:45 Let’s Learn to Teletype Maint 10:07 Radio Teletype Demonstration 10:45 Prosigns & Operating Signals 1:44 Defense of Convoys from Ambush 2:14 Project Save Counterambush 2:41 Intro to Small Arms 2:57 .45 Cal Pistol Gen Orientation 4:10 .45 Cal Pistol Functioning J:45 Gen Disassy & Reassy of .45 Cal Psitol $:27 Well of Life 5:54 Dallas Southwest CLIPPING AWAY Yvonne Bryant a tyoman arb er trim an unidentified soldiers h...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 September 1974

Friday September 13 1974 Jefferey couldn’t resist one more pic of Iris and decided to snap his shutter in the midst of Central Texas woodlands. The photogenic young lass looks better than ever and SENTINEL staffers feel that our TEXAS-SIZE ARTILLERY Although all the guns in the Six Flags “Fun Guns” show may not be this big they’re equally outlandish. This “weapon” fashioned from the head of a steer is called the Cat­ Where in the world can you see a gun that fires fifty bullets at the same time? Or a gun used by determined dentists for pulling teeth? Or better yet a gun that advertises in- surance policies while pointed straight at you? Where? Why Six Flags Over Texas of course. They’re all part of anew show called “The Fun Guns of Dry Gulch” or DAVIS & APPLIANCE 340 Cove Terrace 547-2379 Copperas Cove OPEN Mon. Sat. 9 am to 6 pm FRONT END ALIGNMENT Precision alignment by skilled mechanics on most American an (Extra an coma con with A /C ) forta extra needed TUNE-UP 8 Cyl. $29.9...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 September 1974

Page Tw elve-B BUSINESS SERVICES Radio TV Service 044 EN A Brand New 19 inch ortable ith Built-in Antena. Rented bv the Day Week or Month. Come bv and ake Your Selection fro O a rg Stock. Monthly Rentals $10 to $15. illeen..........................................634-4742 j______________________________ (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 PIECE LIV IN room suit $199.95 Discount Furniture 315 North 8th 634-0323 (tfn) Air Con. Heating 050 EO RG E’S AIR O N IT IO N IN -H E A IN EPA IR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Sentinel Classified 060Lawn Mower Rep.____ A W N O W E TILLER & IN I-B IK E REPAIR Parts in Stock cQ REPAIR SHOP 912 W. HW Y. 190 634-3224 HARKER HEIGHTS O N LY 699-9090 or 699-6257 BRAND NEW NOW LEASING 1-2-3 Bedrooms furnished & unfur- nished. Individual Heat & A ir. BILLS PAID E A E POOL Clubroom & Laundry Rooms 3007 Antelope Trail ...................773-9092 E E TEXA S JUST A N EASY ID E FROM TH E FORT! Take FM 439 to 2305 on West Adams. Turn right at Jericho's ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 13 September 1974

Friday September 13 1974 Cav DivA rty ‘in there The “First Team” Division Artillery dates back to the for- mation of the Division in Sep- tember 1921 and has amassed impressive credits performing with great distinction in the Pacific in three major cam- paigns Korea and Vietnam. That has passed but perhaps the real challenge is ahead the challenge of maintaining a combat-ready force now that peace seems apparent. In keeping with its role of supporting the Cav DivArty met its first challenge by growing with the Cav. During a reorganization some 2500 troops came into the division likewise DivArty made an im- portant move by adding two battalions. One unit the 2nd Bn. 19th Field Artillery is a 155 mm self-propelled bat- talion making a total of three such firing batteries and in the battlion. The “Eagles” are commanded by Lt. Col. Donald W. Jones and they were one of the first CONUS units to be equipped with and utilize the new M109A1 long tube howit- zers. The Eagles were im- mediatel...

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

Page Fourteen-B National Life & Accident Insurance Company "Y ou GRAND OLE OPRY om pany 2300 East Rancier Ave. Killeen 634-2280 WE SHIELD MILLIONS DEPENDABLE PAINT & BODY SHOP 133 North 2nd Street Killeen Put Your Car In Dependable Hands 24-Hour Wrecker Service.................634-8365 FT. HOOD-MMJTARY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION IIBldg. 59 ................................................ 685-4884 “SAVE A LITTLE EACH PAY DAY” Let Us Finance Your New Auto Boat or Camper HOLIDAY INN “THE WORLDS INN KEEPER” HWY. 440 KILLEEN 634-3101 HEIGHTS BANK “Let Yourself Grow With Us” Congratulations First Team on Your 53rd Anniversary Member F.D.I.C. 901 South Ann Blvd. Harker Heights 699-2323 GREATER KILLEEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Cowhouse Motor Hotel Downtown Killeen 634-2168 Serving The Greater Killeen Harker Heights Fort Hood Area From A Former ember of the FIRST TEAM J. C. Bunnell POST LIQUORS 246 West Highway 190 Harker Heights To Join 1 st Cav. Div. Assn. See MAJ Ralph Baer Bldg. 2815 Phone ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

VOL. 33 NO. 28 By LARRY WILSON A specialized command the 13th Spt. Bde. is one of two ulti-support brigades in the Army today. Solely dedicated to combat service support and maintaining combat readiness its mission is accomplished by 35 units with varied task functions. Engineer construction direct and general support maintenance supply communications and transpor- tation functions are employed. In addition some person- nel and administration finance and replacement func- tions are provided. Since its organization nearly a decade ago the brigade has sought to provide supply aintenance com munications and other functions to the units at Ft. Hood. Tuesday marks the ninth anniversary of of the brigade’s support services since its activation at Ft. Hood in 1965. The urgency and scope of the brigade’s mission is im- mediately apparent. A shortage of Combat Service Sup- port of the Army (COSTAR) units tasked the brigade to convert technical service elements to assume combat support missio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Two-A & My beautiful 25-inch color television set went on the blink the other day in the middle of a last-ditch effort by the home team to score a touch-down. While calling the local Edison to come repair it I got to thinking how much it really costs to own a home appliance. Research turned up a study by the Massachusetts In- stitute of Technology showing that the price tag is just Fair promotes HOW men hese 10 en spot promoted today were par- ticularly helpful in making your battalion’s tank crew qualification score possibly the best in the entire Army” remarked Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. Cmdr. The general was addressing the 2nd Bn. 67th Armd. (2/67) which qualified all 54 of its tank crews during a recent testing period. He continued “Not only did all 54 of your crews qualify but 47 of them did it on their first run. You did a great job and that’s why I’m pleased to promote these men. I feel more of you deserve to be promoted so I’ve asked your company comman...

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

RISHT 4 JfiAHK f\EAV£NS. so NP UP cam p.' a Yoo 6 E ME ouT ip- I 0 THlNK I t& hA JC/ THROW601H tttot /A Vi Friday September 20 1974 FORT HOOD SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS W fYs )^oR RANK Lie 0 jsecoNp/' VAL'UA’BUEIS First oR iSecoNPi A —a^/L 'W ill At ARW ARMY Tn?r. IG AMP a 7^4r SENTINEL staffers say sincerely: Save Our Stout JSW|W*v»(lIRlRBRini T^UllUtuiti UlUIUUtfV O 'TT’/A S~"T~t/ 1 s^ -T -A /r^ STILL S A S w. y^Ts ILLUSTRATOR. a in A Yo I fa a a a it A & TT— THIN6 6OOP ABOUT SOMEONE PON SAY A N N /N A a vlv 'V f. s. M) I Ml I Cc^ -wi V-/- Page Three-A tc. \St il. .. a^- LlW V'M f/lll« V'^

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Four-A mt m* T*. *3 *«i 2 5 $ 4 W Stout slips slowly seaward orders oust honored artist Two things happened when Stewart J. Stout Spec. 6 type better known as Stout S. J. joined the staff of what was then the Armored Sentinel. One it got better and two it got bigger. The remarkable transformation in appearance of the Sentinel was due in the main to Stout’s inherent talents as an illustrator and the willingness of SENTINEL leaders to listen and cooperate with the artist in applying art to theretofore taboo sections of the paper such as the front page. The post newspaper as a result of this teamwork took on a radically changed appearance. The days of cluttered front pages with 15 or more stories came to a close. Single theme and double theme front pages were in- troduced with artwork providing the ribbon on the package. The Stout Era of the SENTINEL was off to a resounding success. The Office of the Chief of Information DA in Washing- ton added its approval to Stout’s efforts tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday September 20 1974 PREPARING THE FOX FOR THE DRAGON Three members of the 17th Eng. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div clear the brush immediately behind a foxhole so it does not catch on fire from the backblast from the Dragon. The workmen are (left to right) Roy Taylor Spec. 4 Billy Manuel “GLAD IT’S NOT TOO WINDY” Pfc. Robert Reay of “B” Co. 17th Eng. Bn. 2nd Armd. Div. throws a shovelful of dirt out of a foxhole that he is digging out by hand. Only a dozen of the foxholes could Col. Diller appointed as chief Colonel Richard W. Diller a much eco rate Vietnam veteran has assumed com- mand of the U.S. Army Com- puter Systems Command’s (USACSC) Tactical Systems Development Group here. A 1954 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point the colonel assumed command from the acting commander Lt. Col. Saul J. Ezekiel. Lieutenant Colonel E zekiel ill resu his previous duties as executive officer of the group. ft 709 W. Hwy. 190 Killeen Phone 634-4812 BRIDGES INSURANCE and Spec. 4 Juan Santiag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Six-A Prepper receives ma A 2nd Armd. Div. soldier became the first person Mon- day to be given a diploma from the American Preparatory In- stitute (API) a high school education program located at Central Texas College (CTC). Designed to fulfill the needs of non-high school graduate adults API teaches courses in E glish sc ie social studies and mathematics. Ac- creditation was granted by the Texas Education Agency for th I it to a a diplomas in much the same way a regular high school does: In the past most adult education programs could is- sue only GEDs (high school equivalency diplomas). Mr. Sid Wieser president of A I’s oa of reg en ts presented the diploma to Pfc. Michael F. Sanchez “C” Co. 1st Bn. 50th (Mech.) Inf. at a luncheon held in the dining facility of HHC 2nd Armd. Div. The president told Pfc. Sanchez “It’s a great pleasure to be the one presenting this a to Congratulations. in W ’s remarks Maj. Gen. Robert L. Fair 2nd Armd. Div. cmdr. addressed those gathered for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

& 5SP Friday September 20 1974 CHIU WITHOUT BE*": Safeway Big Buy! Chili Wilson. W without Beans! eat and Serve! 48 15-OZ.| Can Tangy Mustard Canned Biscuits omatoSoup ITomato Sauce Iodized Salt Safeway Big Buy! Sandwich Loaf ck Pepper Biltmore. Quick & Easy! Safeway Money-Saving Low Prices! 49 12-oz. Can Compare and Save! radfer Horn. Ground 4-ox. Can IldgllOlll otted Meat ikylark Franco-American 15-oz. Prepared Can ChlpSp.rtyPrid..Crisp! ark. Foil W rapped. Special! 16-oz. Loaf d.U 19* For Lunches! Can 45* Pkq01 wrench Bread 2( figlish Muffins Men Indian 1*0** 175-Ct. Roll Contac Cold 20-Ct. 5-oz. Can Chili Dogs C1QQ Capsules Plcg. I 3 3 lennas Mrs. Wright's Pkg. Safeway Big Buy! Towels Paper. Truly Fine. Absorbent! 39 Armour 3 8 Isopropyl. Clear 16-oi. Bottle W Toothbrushes Listerine You'!/Like the Variety of Safeway Breads! 39* 47* 16-oz. Bread. Skylark Loaf a -6 5 Chiffon Liquid Dishwashing Lotion 22-oz. Platsic Safeway Special! Fresh Milk Lucerne Low Fat. Nutritious! 5...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Eighl-A HOI 2nd Armd. Div. Headquarters To quill or not to quill that was the question at the Sep- tem ber coffee for the 2nd Armd. Div. eadquarters Of- ficers’ Wives. Ms. Nancy Posz demonstrated the antique art of quilling the tight rolling of tmn paper strip and then using these rolls to form a design. Ms. osz provided samples for everyone to try quilling and the results were often humorous. During the business portion the major point of discussion on th a dayrooms. These dayrooms are being improved in order to a ttr a rv ic en and women over the weekends when they are low on funds. Several wives suggested rin in a a in and ap erb ack books. Sixteen wives signed up to bake six dozen cookies each for the a ro th fo llo in weekend. rs ere welcomed into the Division Headquarters group. They are Mrs. Charles Allred Mrs. Bob Alger Mrs. Carl Nock and Mrs. Chuck Plym ale. Mrs. Thomas Engelhardt was the sole departee and was presen- ted with a charm The September 4 coffee was hostess...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday Septem ber 2 0 1974 SERVICE TO THE SOLDIER. Lending a helping hand Brigade Commander Col. Chris W. Stevens passes out a new box of supplies for the Central Issue Facility(CIF) LITTLE SCOOTER. Sixteen-month old Loren Wilson is already aware of the brigade’s mission of assisting the divisions “to shoot scoot and operate.” Fully indoc­ Scarlet blue and yellow may not be the “in” combination to anew fall wardrobe but they are seasonal in the 13th Spt. Bde. These three colors ap- pear on the brigade patch and refer to the mission function and name of the organization. The patch is a yellow oc- tagon with a blue border. Throughout this is a scarlet saltire surmounted by a blue 13-poirited star bordered in yellow. The octagon reinforced by the saltire refers to the mis­ 310 Cove Terrace Copperas Cove. .547-3393 Brigade patch explained sion of supporting the Field Army. The 13-pointed star relates to the COSTAR (Com- bat Service Support to the Army Costar) concept and refers indirect...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Page Ten-A ‘‘IT GETS CHILLY OVERSEAS” says Spec. 5 John C. Knackstedt as he helps Ibis wife Pvt. 2 Patricia J. Knackstedt her raincoat. Members of the 13th [Spt. Bde. the two finance personnel are the first Ft. Hood couple recruited by the .^special’ USAEUR Recruiting team to fill $4tical job vacancies throughout Europe. I' Ft. Hood’s latest fairy tale romance could very well be subtitled “A Family Affair”. Six months ago when Patricia Snyder was assigned here lit- tle did she realize she would ‘P in ’. Proposing after only a week’s a a in a oh Knackstedt “promised her the Jvorld.” Married only three months John heard of the chance “to show Pat what he prom ised.” He took that Chance. Consequently Spec. 5 John Knackstedt and Pvt. 2 Patricia J. Knackstedt both of the 13th Spt. Bde. became the first Ft. Hood couple accepted by the ‘sp ecial’ USAEUR RK IT’S LATER THAN YOU THINK War- rine Sims an employee of the PX takes a turn at modeling as she helps introduce the new line of fall fas...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday September 20 1974 THINK AUBAPl BUY SW/VGS BON S I After riding a bicycle for six hours on a recent Sundav af- ternoon Spec. 4 Ron Daniels and Pfc. Rita Pellerin did not feel as if they had just ridden around in circles although the course they rode did take them around in one big circle. The two 2nd Armd. Div. Cyclists accomplished much more than just riding around in circles however. Together they earned $77 for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital the pet in- terest of entertainer Danny a marathon they participated in as by an educational group affiliated with the Lam pasas school system. “It really wan’t that hard” said Rita. “We rode for six hours covering a total of 48 miles we started about 1:15 that Sunday afternoon. There were nine check points along the way to stamp our progress paper certifying that we had gone that far. They also had cold drinks at these stations which real helped. We usually stayed 10 to 15 minutes at each of the rest stops.” “It was enjoyable for the m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

age lv -A 7 A He eY A S BRI&APe lE'XAHE JT io /N qUL-Y it ABouT S S A train in ro ram for volunteer tankers was started by the 1st Cavalry Divisions 2nd Bn. 8th Cav. recently. The training a type of A IT is designed to educate troopers in the fine art of tankman- ship” to help fill the shortage of armor crewmen being ex- perienced in the division. 46 of Mustang’ Battalion began the 10 week course of instruc- tion September 6. The students vary in rank from Private David L. Derosier to the most senior Specialist Four Gary S. Chesser. The ten week course includes instruction in land navigation first aid land mine warfare drivers and operators maintenance gunnery tac- tical training and combat in- telligence. The Officer in Charge of the A IT Company 1st Lt. Roger W. Nagy has overall respon- sibility for the course. I S SOUTH CAROLINA A N AR A N S A S ris tia trin rw ay a it of hristian trin (CCD) program at t. Hood began last week but it isn’t too late to register for the classes....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 20 September 1974

Friday September 20 1974 VERTICAL FLANK Major Ray Wauford Operations Officer for 2nd Bn. 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. illustrates what he calls the ‘vertical flank’ demonstrated in a Command Post exercise last week. inter-' in te We need good clean Used Cars. .We'll give you Top Dollar for your used car in Trade on A Brand New 1974 Pinto or Any 1974 Ford of Your Choice that We have in Stock. A good selection from which to choose! WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL s. r *$%* S Wauford said that without this verticle flank protection and with loss of air superiority the Division’s combat units could be pinned down. (Photo by David R. Lutman) PAUL BOYD FORD INC. “Your Friendly Ford Dealer in Temple” 503 N. Gen. Bruce Dr. 773-5258 Temple With a midday stretch drivers manned their vehicles and “HHB” 2nd Bn. 5th ADA 2nd Armd. Div. was on its way out to the field for what is nor- mally a two day field training exercise. The exercise was explained by 2/5th Operations Officer Maj. Ray Wauford. “First we want...

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

Page Two-B By Jeff Demos In recent years the 13th Spt. Bde. has become a real con- tender in the team and in- dividual sports. This year they made it even more evident. Prior to most post tour- naments the divisions are as- sured of four other spots. The chances of the 13th Spt. Bde. to take all four spots is 4-1 against them. Yet they still have the caliber of play to win at post level. In October 1973 the 13th Spt. Visitors learn geography lesson By JERRY REED SPORTS EDITOR Geographically there’s quite a mileage difference bet- ween Ft. Lewis Washington and Ft. Hood Texas. No one will argue that fact. You could get an argument however if you said that there is a big difference between the two military softball teams. It would be hard to convince residents of Ft. Hood of that especially after last Friday’s FORSCOM Slow-Pitch Softball Championship Game. You see it was last Friday that Ft. Lewis clipped past Ft. Hood 17-16 for the title. As the score indicates it was a close game. Yo...

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