US Army Air Defense Training - Yearbook (Fort Bliss, TX)

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Q ' ,,, M, K 'K ,QA - , m 1 -K . s -Ky ,ye-, - " , K 3? Im at K K -.X -K5 K Ax: -, .mm by mga -e.+'xQ,K KW CB'-, ., Q, - .. iffy. . .- .r.- --'.,..M- A , -af w , - Q., , - ...F K .' -X .43-.sLm.Q...... :'v-+.-L.'fK- ,- --H N- -f if .p. 34-X ogf at-F wi 4,941 I, A All Righfs Reserved, ALBERT LOVE ENTERPNSES, INC., Doraville, Georgia HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES ARMY TRAINING CENTER CADD Fort Bliss, Texas 79916 This book is a dedication -- A dedication to a soldier in the making May it remind you of the many challenges you have faced and the many obstacles you have overcome while becoming a full-fledged member of the United States Army. A A The transition from civilian to soldier is not an easy one. But in later years as you view the events depicted in this book, you will recall the spirit, the cooperation and hard work that went into the making of a soldier. May this spirit, sense of cooperation and hard work follow you in your military career and may you overcome future challenges and obstacles in a manner becoming to a soldier in the United States Army and a citizen of the United States of America. QW I ROBT. S STAFFERD Colonel Artillery Commanding Colonel Robt. S. Stafford, came to Fort Bliss from Head- quarters, 4th US Army, where he acted in the capacity of Chief, Program Budget Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Comptroller, from January to June, 1965. For his outstanding performance at Hq., 4th Army, he was recently awarded a cer- tificate of Achievement. He received his B.S. degree in 1941 from the University of Oklahoma, and shoftly thereafter began his active military career. ln June 194 , he was assigned to Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri, where he remained until March of 1943, during which time he served as Btry CO, and Battalion Motor Officer. From 31 March until 9 July of the same year, he attended Field Artillery School. Upon completion of the Artillery School Course, he served in the Southwest Pacific as Battalion S-3 for the 53rd Field Artillery Battalion and later as S-3 for the lst Field Artillery Battalion. ln August of 1945, Col. Stafford was sent to Fort Sill, Okla- homa, and remained until May 1949, sewing during most of this period as a Gunnery Instructor. ln August 1949, he was assigned as Instructor PRNG and Executive Officer, Det alfl, 7500th AU CNGJ, where he remained for three years: whereupon he went to Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, as a student Officer for one year. The following year he went to Washington, D.C., serving first as Staff Officer, Special Forces Operation and Train- ing, 8544 AAU, DA: and later as Personnel and Training Staff Officer, 8544, AAU, DA. ln 1956 Col. Stafford received his Masters Degree in Business su.-........ 1 .--.-......-.. ' ' 5 ,,,,.,...-4.---' 1 ROBT. S. STAFFORD Colonel, Artillery Commanding Officer- USATC CADJ Administration, from Syracuse University in New York. He was then stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where he served as Executive Officer, Comptroller Section: Moving up first to Deputy Comptroller, then to Comptroller, and finally Deputy of Staff for Programs and Analysis, Hq., US Army A 81 MC Colonel Stafford was assigned to duty in Korea, from Novem- ber 1959 until September 1960, during which time he received assignments as Battalion Commander, 1st Obsn Battalion, 25th Artillery: Commander of 1st Howitzer Battalion C8"J, 17th Artil- lery. In 1960, he was assigned to Budget Analysis in Washing- ton, D.C., after which he remained in Washington for the next two years, as Chief, Audit Compliance Group, OCA, ACOA P8iR, DA. From July 1964 until December 1964, the colonel was Com- mander, Hq. 1st USA Missile Command, in Italy. Then in December, he returned to the states in the capacity of Chief, Program-Budget and Division, Hq., 4th U.S. Army, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. After that assignment, Colonel Stafford came to Fort Bliss, sewing first as Commanding Officer of the 1st Air Defense Guided Missile Brigade CTrainingJ before assuming his present command. Among the awards and honors that Col. Stafford has earned are the following: American Defense Senfice Medal, American Campaign Medal, Asia-Pacific Campaign Medal, World War Il Victory Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and the National Defense Service Medal. H. W. HEFFELFINGER Colonel, Armor Deputy Commander USATC CAD1 Colonel Hugo W. Heffelfinger began his military career in 1941, seeing World War ll combat in Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland and Central Europe as Infantry Platoon Leader and Company Commander, 35th Infantry Division fMay 1941- August 19431, and Company Commander S3 and Execu- tive Officer, Fifth Ranger Battalion CSeptember 1943-July 19451. - He left the military in January, 1946, retuming in October of the same year as S3 and Executive Officer, 41st Armored Infan- try Battalion, Second Armored Division, Fort Hood, Texas. In February, 1948, he was appointed G2 and G3 Advisor of the Second Field Division, Greek Army. After attending the Fort Knox CKy.1 Armor School as both an instructor and student CMarch 1949-June 19501, he was ap- pointed National Guard lnstructor-Advisor for the 49th Armored Division at Fort Hood, holding that post until July, 1953, when he attended the Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. A He returned overseas in August, 1954, assigned to GI Sec- tion, Headquarters, Armed Forces Far East, Japan. He became Commanding Officer of the 70th Tank Battalion at Camp Fuji, Hrst Cavalry Division, Japan, in October, 1956. Colonel Heffelfinger returned to the United States in Septem- ber, 1957, as Commanding Officer of the Second Reconnais- sance Squadron, Eight Cavalry, Fourth Infantry Division, Fort Lewis, Wash., sewing in that position one year. He then was assigned to the Office of the Deputy chief of Staff of Operations, Department of the Army, The Pentagon,. Washington, D. C. Following his duties at The Pentagon, he became a student at the United States Army War College in Carlylse, Pa. Uuly 1961-June 19621, during which time he was promoted to his present rank of colonel. From July, 1962, through May, 1963, Colonel Heffelfinger served as Chief of ROTC Section, Headquarters, 12th Corps, Atlanta, Ga., movlng on to the post of Chief of the Organiza- tion and Training Division, G3 Section, Headquarters, Eighth Army, Korea. Q He has been awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Medal, Unit Badge with Oak Leaf Cluster, Purple Heart, Combat Infan- tryman Badge, AmericanKCampaign Medal, American Defense Service Medal, ETO Campaign Medal, World War ll Victory Medal, Army of Occupation Medal and National Defense Service Medal. Service schools attended were Infantry School, Basic Officers Course: Armor School, Advance Officers Course: United States army Command and General Staff College and the Army War ollege. As a civilian, he attended Wentworth Military Academy Junior College at Lexington, Mo., where he graduated with an Associate of Arts Degree, the University of Louisville, University of Texas and Texas Christian University. ,x. ll . --we-N M- .- va- ' A -W rar: L - 'L -.W-, - 1- -1, --M f"f.s'f": 'fr-H N - " 'T 'Y' -'Ji'-: -f "'f-:.- v ' N-nw: .Q Ef5f539?ifiBT '.Q' ii' il: 'T5-'fi-3i?fQ55iii1f-:TiA iiTiF?.??iTf'L5-'PT-'iff i'fT'-1.-E575-lii' ' VifT1V17x157ii gqggfl-3'ifg:-. '11 -' . 'fgqw 2-if,j.:'2fg',ifj.f.'-31 -13 gig fifty raif-l gil Tfglif -' K ' 'X' ' 1 f-,aj ixfi--IS gijjgf -13-.FQ .- - . QA , sg i -:QQ-'QR if-g"1' -gqfgw. y 'ii-,:g:-jg lk - .-ty , " x 1 2 e i w . 1 . ' - . .. l 3, iffy' .A ,0,f-f-""" . 'virg- MIMXIJ, FORT BLISS, TEXAS Fort Bliss, now the Free World's largest and foremost Air Defense center, took root in the then-unsettled American South- west 55 years before the airplane was invented. The first U.S. soldiers were dispatched to this area by a War Department order on 7 November 1848. A few months later, necessary reconnaissance was completed and the 3rd Infantry was di- rected to set up an Army post in "The Pass of the North"- El Paso del Norte. The next June a military caravan, along with settlers and supplies, set out on a 673-mile, three-month march from San Antonio to establish the new installation. Arriving on the flood- ing banks of the Rio Bravo Know called the Rio Grandej, they rented a few existing ranch buildings and began the primitive frontier life of the early Southwest. First known as the Post of El Paso, the station was renamed Fort Bliss in 1854, in honor of Brevet Lt. Col. William Wallace Smith Bliss. Col. Bliss, brilliant son-in-law of President Zachary Taylor, had died of yellow fever the previous year in New Orleans. The post's early existence was shaky. Twice it was declared "excess" by the War Department: four times it was moved: briefly during the Civil War the flag of the Confederate States of America flew over its walls. Soldiers of many branches were stationed in it. But when a railroad was put through to El Paso in 1881, Fort Bliss began' to assume more importance. Twelve years later a number of permanent buildings were erected. One now houses the Main Post Exchange: more than 20 others are still in use today. In 1912 Fort Bliss became one of the nation's leading cavalry posts: and two year later General John J. fBlackjackJ Pershing arrived to assume command. CThe house that was built in 1910 and later used by Gen. Pershing now houses the Assistant Commandant of the U.S. Army Air Defense School and his famiIy.J Gen. Pershing arrived during the Mexican Revolution, and in 1916 he led the Punitive Expedition into Mexico. Soon afterward the border fort expanded to accomodate 60,000 'troops in tents reaching from Logan Heights to the very banks of the Rio Grande. In 1921 the lst Cavalry Division set up headquarters here, and stayed at Fort Bliss until the division was sent into World War Il combat in the South Pacific in 1942. The departure of the "First Cav" started what might be called the "modern history" of Fort Bliss. That same year, five antiaircraft artillery units moved in. These outfits formed a training vanguard at Fort Bliss for nearly every "ack-ack" unit that saw action with American forces in World War ll. As early as 1944, Air Defense planning ofhcers saw that the headquarters-u. s. army training center increasing speeds of modern aircraft would make tube-type artillery ineffective in many Air Defense missions. They devel- oped the idea of a rocket, armed with a warhead, and guided from the ground. This dream became a reality in the early 1950s, when the Nike system became operational. Meanwhile, the citizens of EI Paso had not forgotten Fort Bliss' influence as a guardian during the earliest days of their city's existence. In 1948, to mark the centennial of the post's founding, they presented th Army with a replica of the original fort. The Replica now stands just southeast of the U.S. Army Reception Station. Today, Fort Bliss is the home of the U.S. Army Air Defense Center. Almost every Nike and Hawk battalion in the Free World is formed and trained here. Every second of the day and night, these units send powerful radar beams to form a protective shield over the Free World-and over its powerful missiles that stand ready to strike down any enemy aircraft which might penetrate the shield. The missilemen using this equipment, from Turkey and Germany to Japan and Korea, speak many languages, but they all know of Fort Bliss. Most of them were trained here. U.S. ARMY TRAINING CENTER IAIR DEFENSE! On 17 September 1965, the Department of the Army publicly announced that existing training centers would be beefed up, and that new centers for Basic Combat Training QBCTJ would be opened at Fort Bliss and Fort Benning, Ga. Fort Bliss offi- cials set up the U.S. Army Training Center KADJ, and by 4 Octo- ber the new command was ready for activation. The old 1st Air Defense Guided Missile Brigade CTrainingJ was incorporated into the new USATC, becoming the lst Train- ing Brigade CAir Defensej. Its primary mission of conducting Advanced Individual Training in AD Artillery was retained. To satisfy the requirement for conducting BCT, the new command set up two entirely new training brigades, each capable of training 4,400 soldiers at the same time. Men, equipment and buildings were made available for this mission, and by. 29 November 1965 the 'Training Center was ready for the 40 young Kansans who became Fort Bliss' first basic trainees since the Korean War era. Since 13 December 1965, the USATC has started about 880 recruits and inductees through the eight-week BCT program each week. Forty com- panies have been set up to handle this training load. The first BCT cycle graduated on 5 February 1966: and its men went for AlT and assignments with other units to Army posts through- out the nation. ?T'?'NfN':XE1? w.:y41:F3C-I "5-.X .asv-u.,i"x""" -ew .M ...Q W-wm.p UN-fa-mx , , Hifi fS5 3 Ii ,. X www we-nv .. ,W A xx wvLx v .fa-.f...Ms.x,Q.x X ., P ..,.mn-. , , X, -.,A F .,..,., ,1LL31sgLg??Z?:i"' -'fslv'-1fii'1 4 'fsqzsitiiizfi A .. X 5-,. ,xr .J.4ii,::yf V. 5. ig . I.. gg z- i r A .4 i i 55' ,r-,-E.,---i",'j5' .'5,Y'1g?g-, 'cf-IJ, 3-4 -p',5-L., .511 -' . , , - :o'x""-'. 514 i'2g...,- Q" ---' g ' , - 2 -- . s-ff 4 L.,-per, F' .wsdgeu - , '- Q fp. ' Q.. .: x ,K--, , .-f'::4-'fi' 91? ' .... - g.-"lL.-"- X? Q?Sffif'f 112'I. ' - -ff1'iT..f1.fSfJAefv-'1-T'1E'? 5-. .- .. -'zu ,.u...f..J- M- ,K -.J . X X 1 P Q. ,-m,,A. -- ,," .j.,,! 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X A A fm-M245-Zgxafa 3- , - ' pywigg -fm J - ,nf , N . Qaxf xxgg 291 4- X RSV , . HW w X xylmmqr, XS an 'Q 'E lwwv xw S E , " Fi? ww ' - X Q. .AXL .W f Q E5 1 Sy Ym V ,I lY,,,,. 1 1. , - . I X Q S X Y Q5 X Xk XF W QNN... 6 K L N I Y .A gn X Y xx T xy i-QL K yew xv bv-NN .xx ff K W K: xx . x X , X- -.M9!'un1. X - 'Yifx-.: A , wax -:af X R. le- :Nqm , . . .-XWWT'-x' 'f X x WX . QNX wx --uri 1 ,. .xx-X , A, g -, , QM- -,f 129' ' Qi . . N7 t, - 1 , K N X . f 'uw M, - X f x .m.L Xi F fx M x 55 x NS ' 1 gal? IA ifkwmsfg 55, ,N K I , Q B 'fx SECCND T G BRIGADE SECOND BATTALICN COL Edward J. Bruger MAJ James H. Riley Brigade Commander Battalion Commander Commenced Training: Completed Training: 21 November 1966 I 27 January 1967 MAJ Jesse Ramos SGM Charles C. Sipes 1LT Albert F. Harvard ' Battalion Executive Oiiicer Battalion Sgt. Major Company Commander ' Q .E 5'fl s 2LT David S. Eastwood 2LT Thomas J. Player Training Officer Training Dfiicer PSG Thomas A. Lipsey SFC Ernest C. Cyr Field First Sergeant First Platoon Sergeant 1SG Charles R. Connor First Sergeant SFC Elijah H. Ralls Second Platoon Sergeant SFC Ferrell L- G0inS SSG Clarence Jones, Jr. SSG Elliot Lynch Third Platoon Sergeant Asst. Drill Sergeant Drill Sergeant SSG Thomas W. Meyers Drill Sergeant SSG Henry E. Powe - Drill Sergeant SSG Curtis L. Smith Drill Sergeant SSG James McLeod SSG Travis J. Parker Asst. Drill Sergeant Drill Sergeant SSG Francisco C. Salas SGT Ronnie L. Skiles Drill Sergeant Drill Ser9eaI1f- SSG Ramon Holguin SSG Don W. L. Huskey Drill Sergeant Mess Sergeant SSG Christin R. Dunahoo SP4 Jimmy T. Hopper Supply Sergeant Cook SP4 Frederick L. Kohlmeyer SP5 Harry C. Strickland COOK Cggk , . SSG Flavil White SP4 James T. C. Brown Cook Cook SP4 Anthony Harris Cook SP4 Gary M. Funk Cook PFC Wilford R. Culpepper Driver Art Abram Wesley W. Adams Terry 0. Alexander Garry L. Allen Lawrence H. Anderson Roger D. Andersen Clilford W. Armstrong Howard W. Armstrong Michael J. Arnold Larry D. Bagley Gerald G. Baker Larry W. Barker John G. Barksdale Leo E. Barcs Lester R. Barton Floyd L. Bayer Leslie Beane Charles T. Bennington John S. Bergmann Richard G. Billings Stanley L. Bloom Larry D. Blue Gregory P. Bockh Kenneth D. Boggess Verl J. Bolen Alan G. Bradford Brian G. Briggs David L. Brown Jesse L. Bunch Eldon R. Burton James C. Caldwell Thomas J. Casaus Bobby E. Castillo Kee Chee, Jr. Gene A. Chew Stanley G. Connett Thomas F. Connors Ronald J. Conrad Paul G. Cooksey Robert J. Covey Larry J. Crisp T. M. Cunningham Roger A. Datisman James C. Deeringer Johnny H. Dent Charles L. Doyle Dennis L. Dreesman Joseph W. Driscoll Gaines D. Duvall Gerald A. Enwright David Lopez Eloy L. Lovato James W. Macheel Gilbert G. Magana Jimmie L. Maroutsos Gilbert A. Martinez Terry D. Meadows Loyd R. Meeks Raymond W. Michael Steve J. -Miller Richard L. Mills Raul D. Montano Enrique F. Morales Francisco R. Moya Bill H. Mullins, Jr. Theodore J. Mullins Robert P. M-usgrove, Steven R. McCarter Charles R. McCarty Mack E. McClinton Travis B. McCraven Paul R. McFadden Prentis M. McKee Randy L. Nail Bobby J. Narvaiz George J. Neu George M. Newby Darrell Nichols Lloyd D. Nickell Robert V. Nowak Patrick W. Oleary Eugene L. Olguin Larry K. Olin Joe A. Orpi Jamie C. Oxley Douglas H. Parker Emory L. Parker Daniel R. Pavone Joe Pena, Jr. Eldon Perieda John G. Perusich Steven J. Petersen Barry J. Peterson Gary E. Peterson Thomas G. Petty Jeffrey A. Phelps Joseph H. Piechota Leo N. Pineda Roger W. Plambeck Howard B. Pollard Lawrence E. Potter Harold S. Powell Thomas R. Powell Leonard H. Ratliff Donald N. Remund Thomas C. Rich Calvin D. Richardson Dennis W. Rieman Ronald K. Riley Dale W. Robinson Glen M. Robinson Samuel W. Robison Benidict A. Rodriguez Gerald G. Rosenbaum Lee A. Rosenthal Darrell D. Ross Kenneth R. Rucker Gerardo A. Ruiz Abel Saavedra, Jr. Gary R. Schmidt Michael J. Schroyer Dennis A. Schwartz G. A. Schwartzbauer Darrell R. Scott Jay L. Sesto Bobby D. 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