European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 22 1961, Page 8

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 22, 1961, Darmstadt, Hesse7 in european come Elf " i u named for Washington Bureau Washington is Sevenair Force colonels serving in the european come and one in ice land have l Eek nominated for the temporary tank of brigadier Gen were part of a list of 48 sent by president Kennedy to the Senate for confirmation. Nominated for promotion to temporary major general were 26 Brig Adier generals none of them As signed to the Europe North Africa Middle East area. Among those nominated for one Star rank were Jack e. Thomas director of intelligence at us. Neucom in Paris Boyd Hubbard jr., Deputy com Mander of the 2nd air div at Dhahran air Field saudi Arabia Kyle l. Riddle commander of the 66th tactical reconnaissance Wingat Laon France and Tarleton h. Watkins commander of the 322nd air div at Devreux France. Also Paul w. Norton staff judge f advocate at Safe he in wies Baden Germany Oran o. Price Deputy chief of staff for civil Engi Neering at Safe he. And harry3. Sands jr., commander of the 38th tactical missile Wing at sem Barb. Germany. Also nominated was Benjamin g. Willis commander of Iceland defense forces military air transport service. Kef Lavik air base. Iceland. All but Willis and Thomas Are assigned to Safe. Two Safe generals were nominated for permanent status in their present rank. They Are maj Gen Henry. R. Spicer 17th air Force commander at Ramstein Germany and Brig Gen James c. Mcgehee commander of the 2nd air Piv in saudi Arabia also nominated for permanent major general were maj Gens Stanley j. Donovan chief of the joint us military group in Spain and Charles b. Westover com Mander of the strategic air come s 7th air div in the United King Dom. Backs pms safety Campaign by Herb Scot staff writer Heidelberg Germany is Gen Bruce c. Clarke told key Usa eur Provost marshals meet ing Here tuesday he believes the great majority of traffic accidents and incidents involving americans can be avoided if contributing factors Are curbed. 4-f most of them happen the u s a r e u r commander in chief maintained after the stage has been set by conditions which Are within the Power of some responsible person to prevent or eliminate 1 the major command military police officials were in Heidelberg to discuss with Brig Gen e. F. Penaat usar Eurt Provost Marr Shal new ways to halt an upswing in a ghz Ayi fatalities it talking f with the., pointed out he was 5n6tattemptingto direct actions in the commands to this end but Rathe to = give his support to any Steps taken to reduce Accident and incident rates i \ v the work of the Provost marshal it not finished when he Accuro lates statistics the general said his work is really to assist t in preventing the statistics from accumulating he a this is done by detecting when conditions Are Ripe for an Accident first operational Sabre liner delivered airmen take walk for fund Misawa. Japan to plane thes company said

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