European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jun 20 1968, Page 9

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - June 20, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseJune 20, 1968 the stars and stripes Page f hey really relished the idea tables turned at tests by Doug Nesbit Lang in Germany Spe _ the shoe was on the foot when men of the red div s he co 2ndde moved out to the ten he ranges for their opera readiness test or subordinate Man Euver Bat As conducted the pre com and Post combat inspections. Ally it s the other Wayd but the men of he co Iausly could t inspect them is. Therefore the battalions acted in specialized areas a 126th maintenance in cited All vehicles and heavy went the 1st in 35th a checked ta50 and per. Gear and the 3rd in 51st inspected billets after the out to see if rooms were in circling to the really relished the idea inspecting us for a change maj. Daniel h. Marshall brigade s3. 50-hour Ort was designed it the brigade Headquarters in cation and control Ca duties in conducting a Sim attack. While the tactics applied Only on a map participating Man Euver in Garrison realism Wasfi ded in Ger attacks by hell is and periodic attacks on brigade tactical operations or toc by aggressors from 3rd in 51st inf. Len the aggressors tried Toun the toc during the cd night the professionals a co men Are named re id the attack with such Feiy that test controllers feared it would turn into hand to combat. Is of the warfare during exercise was symbolic How a and fought with More Civili Pons grease pencils Ace i layovers maps and pro tors. Be toc m As equipped with wire integration a com system which enables action with regular Tele pne switchboards by pm radio Smission. The system was 1 in the Field for the first time during the brigade Ort stresses communication since a brigade cannot control its Man Euver elements without communication wit Friendly forces and knowledge of enemy activity marshal said. The company also was tested in its readiness and Speed in moving out of Garrison Road marching occupying and set Ting up the toc and tactical mess procedures such As keep ing men five Yards apart in the Chow line and while eating. A Good toc site must be located on High ground for radio communication with other units have one Way traffic in and out for rapid withdrawal an Good camouflage according to Marshall. The two Day Ort featured night i Oad March by 10 vehicles across the Tenne Lohe tested the Convoy s blackout measures by observation from a helicopter. After the Ort Marshall said that the company was judged combat ready and especially excellent in communication and March discipline. Gen. Cassidy pays visit to engr come Flower Power soldiering is no Bod of roses and it takes Topnotch imagination to come up with such an original and deadly combination As the Bonnet modelled by pfc. Jerry d. Dar Den of he co 2nd brigade 4th annul div during a brigade operational readiness test near Erlanger. Army photo Nesbit Frankfurt special . William f. Cassidy army chief Engineer visited the army Engineer come Europe us dec Omer Here tuesday in route from the Pentagon to Bangkok. Brig. Gen. Kenneth w. Ken Nedy commanding general of the Engineer come briefed Cass Dyon troop and construction projects in Europe. The chief Engineer also visited the v corps commander it. Gen Andre Boyle at his Headquarters. Along with general army construction the chief Engineer s of fice controls and maintains Waterways for navigation and flood control in the United states. It also directs engineering services for the National aeronautics and space administration. Kaiserslautern Germany special it. Col. Lamp son h. Fields has assume the position of Deputy com Mander of the palatinate District. Fields was commanding officer of the 181st transportation in at Mannheim before moving to his new assign ment Here. In Ciurlik a Turkey Spe Cial a. Sgt. Harold l. Curl a Security policeman who works in the pass and regi stration Section of det 193was presented a $300 Sugges Tion award suggested that a fire proof material be placed behind the Flash Type Wate Heaters used in the new trailer of commend Lioi from col. Stephen p. Ham commander of Tus log de 10, and col. Rowan m. Perkins commander of Tulloc det 193, expressed appreciation to curl for his fire safety suggestion. Ziedrich Germany special the boys choir fron the Village of Ziedrich in thru Cingue District will v i s i the Haine Berg Chapel i Wiesbaden july 7. The choir will sing the mass in Gregor Ian chant at 5 . The choir is Well known forts singing in the old gothic German style and includes 27boys and .15 men. Army assists German police in finding gun Kaiserslautern Germany is the Kaiserslautern army depot went All out in support Ofa German criminal investigation by recovering two pistols which had been tossed into the mud bottomed Wal Weiher a Lake Attar Stahl a recreation area approximately eight Miles from Kaiserslautern. The depot commanded Mycol. Jesse l. Jordan jr., responded to a request from the Kaiserslautern criminal police for help in locating the guns. A Strong Magnet and a 20-Toncrane were dispatched to the Wal Weiher at the request of1st it. Arnold g. Zabinski pro Vost marshal at the depot. Although the Lake had been dragged repeatedly from rubber boats the guns could not be found. The depot s powerful mag net was lowered into the Lake bythe Crane and located the two guns within half an guns were considered important evidence against a 41-year-old stateless Man accused of living from the proceeds of stolen goods. Police knew the suspect had at least one gun but were unable to find it. It was Learned the Man had Given two bags to an Acque ii glance who confessed finding two pistol which he and a Helper threw into the Lake. Cross to sponsor teens study in Sweden Stuttgart Germany is american red Cross eur n Headquarters Here has bounced that four . De Dent High school students will part in a one month inter ural work study project Nearin stad Sweden beginning he project sponsored by the Edish red Cross will have then agers two boys and twos spend three weeks As ests m Homes of red Cross by Bill Neal staff writer in the youths Willand work with other red youth groups also visiting in the same project. Picked from nominations Neir final week will be spent Camp working with Handi Ipp cil children and Participat-111 Uthi Etic and cultural Edu n programs let e. Foiles director of Cross youth european a explained Here that the finial Isle were selected from Inma Lions submitted by six de nil to High schools. L s said the students were selected on the basis of their Scholastic athletic and extra curricular achievements. The Yare Charles r. Kaylor jr., 16, Junior son of m sgt. And mrs. Charles r. Kay Lor of 2nd brigade he 8th inf d. Holley 17, Mann Heim senior daughter of s. mrs. James o. Holley co a signal operations in at Cen tag he. Civilian s son Nancy r. Dezarn 18, senior a Heidelberg daughter of it. Col. And mrs. Loyde w. Dezarn the father is inspector general at Heidelberg s 9th Hospital e. Bartholomew 17, Junior at Kaiserslautern son of or. Andt Holomek. Harry elder bar Bartholomew is an army civilian employee at we Bruecken. The four finalists Are scheduled to meet in Stuttgart on Mon Day and tuesday for briefing Sand lectures prior to flying to Stockholm. Flt was Heally thrilling says nurse of f4d flight Pitburg Germany Spe Cial it was really thrill ing said capt. Sheila a. Goldman an operating room nurse with the 36th tactical Hospital after completing an orientation flight in the f4d phantom at bit Borg air base. Capt. Goldman May be the first was in Safe and possibly the air Force to ride in the f4d. On this flight she travelled at much ii twice the Speed of sound. During the Lio minute flight the Pilot took the aircraft through loops barrel Rolls cracked the sound Barrier an then the much ii Barrier. Maj. Henry a Hall eve allowed me to hold the stick and guide the aircraft. He Halo Tell me Hove to move the stick but i was still in control said the flying nurse. In addition to being a operating room nurse capt. Gold Man also holds an additional specially of flight nurse. This is one capacity capt. Sheila a. Goldman she has n e v e r served in though. This was the pretty nurse s fourth flight in a fighter air Craft. She Lias flown in the Flolo s u p e r Sabre f105 thin kerchief ims Leebird g47 Goone Binl to and in a helicopter. Her first flight in the Phan Tom was from air base. That flight was sub sonic. Her first flight at bit Borg was in the f105 in a i. 11 look her one and a half years to obtain permission to make this flight. For the i la flight she even had to Wail two years. Capt. Goldman made he first flight in a fighter air Craft in i pc j in lie f100 Over the bombing Range at Schilling fab Kan. There is Only out Unn left that i would like to do and that is to observe a Aerial r e i u e i i n from a Tanker she concluded

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