European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Oct 28 1967, Page 9

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 28, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseSaturday october 28, 1967 the stars and stripes 119 graduates Page 9 8th inf div Soldier tops no Academy class mews 99 of _ _ _ _ _ bad Stoelz Germany Spe Cial staff sgt. Manuel , b Btry 1st howitzer in 2nd arty 8th inf div topped the119 graduates of class 68-7 atthe seventh . Army no Academy to be come the distinguished Grad uate of this e a r s 18th Man Kent who also was awarded the s. Patton award for excellence an engraved swagger stick and the Gen. Douglas Macarthur award for Distin Kent gushed leadership an electric Shaver had the added distinction of receiving his awards Anda word of congratulations from his corps commander it. j. Boyle v corps cd the guest speaker for the Cere monies. With the bavarian Alps pro Viding an impressive backdrop and the 24th inf div band the martial airs Kent led the class As they passed in review at Flint Cavern Here. In addition to the triple award winning distinguished graduate there were two other multiple award winners in the class spec. 4 Robert o. Glaza .army communications effects test group and staff sgt. New ton h. Pelkey 65th my co. Shonor graduates each received an engraved cigarette lighter a distinguished leadership award winners each was presented a electric Shaver. Pelkey s performance at the Academy was rewarded with a promotion to e6. The third Honor graduate was spec. 5 Mick Zaharoff he Btry 2nd howitzer in 75th arty. Heals received an engraved cig Arette lighter. Spec. 5 David r. Weiss Strat com signal group Mediterranean returns to his Home unit i Italy As the fourth Winner of the Gen. Macarthur of the total of 2,800-plus demerits amassed by the students of class 68-7, spec. 4argie k. Davis cob 26th signal in contributed the fewest ascent three. For his outstanding Persona standards throughout the four week course Davis was designated Winner of the association of the . Army award Ausa As such he received a specially inscribed citation from the aus and a one year s subscription to army . David l. Beaman army Garrison Taurus District come came out on top in the final inspection conducted by facade my commandant maj. Linton c. Beasley and for so doing received the Gen. Bruce c. Clarke award a cigarette lighter engraved with his name and Bear ing the seventh army and no Academy insignia. Bad Stoelz Germany is the seventh army no acad Emy will celebrate its 18th birth Day anniversary nov. 3 with a Parade and a party. Gen. James h. Polk com Mander in chief Usa eur is scheduled to be on the review ing stand when class no. 68-8 holds its graduation Parade at9 30 . Afterwards Polk will address the class and then will have lunch with senior noncommissioned officers of the the facade my. He will be accompanied by Sarteur sgt. Maj. Bill v. Woods. 3rd army div unit undergoing Hohenfels Germany Spe Cial the largest divisional brigade in the . Army is currently conducting army training tests at the training area 3rd army div s 1st Bri Gade commanded by col. K. , is holding platoon and company testing for four of it five battalions and for one Armor battalion from the 3rd infantry supported Armor units and Armor supported infantry units tanks and men Are tactically engaging a hidden am bushing and Crafty aggressor in photos and Story by David Duffy their attempt to close with an destroy an the tested platoon and company must con tend with sniper fire antitank weapons a Gas attack a minefield and a nuclear Lamison who arrived at the1st brigade from Vietnam has propped his battalion command ers for a Good showing at Hohen Fels. He s on the scene nearly everywhere on the testing grounds at All aggressors of course Are getting the worst of the by one As was hoped by the tested unit s commanders their positions Are being Over run by units who Are proving that they Are combat ready. Shooting. The dead members of 2ndbn, 32nd Armor respond to an attack on their flank by aggressors. While above sgt. Gilbert Rodrigues searches the body of ail aggressor after Over running an antitank position during the 3rd army div s atts in Hohenfels. Mildren is voted As scout Leader Heidelberg is . Frank t. Mildren vhf corps commander was reelected president of the Board of directors of the North Atlantic girl scouts at a meeting thurs Day. Mildren expressed satisfaction with Progress made during the past six months on summer camping activities and a pro Gram to boost interest of senior girls age 15 to 17. Reports on 1967 activities an plans for 1968 were heard from representatives of 13 to explore will be the theme of the annual Nort Atlantic conference april 2-4 in Garmisch. Last year 550 girl Scouters representing some 20, 000 scouts attended the annual conference. Plans were also announced fora senior scouts vocational and educational conference in Munich june 19-26, 1968. Mildren urged the directors to continue emphasis on activities which would bring american girl scouts More in Contact wit girl scouts of the Host nations. Others elected were it. . G. Merrell Safe vice commander in chief As first vice president mrs. Charles can Trell second vice president an mrs. Alex Baker mrs. George b. Brownjr mrs. W. R. Capps Brig. Gen. John r. Dyas maj. Gen. Samuel k. Eaton . Richard n. Ellis Mem Bers. Other members elected were mrs. V. J. Fenili mrs. Freder ick p. Field . Charles , col. Glen Holder Brig. Gen. John s. Hughes . Raymond t. Jenkins mrs. C. J. Lewis mrs. George , . John s. Mccain jr., mrs. George c. My ghee mrs. John l. Reynolds mrs. Dan Robie Brig. Gen. E. or mrs. John p. Shean and mrs. James tronic. 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