US Army Training Center - Yearbook (Fort Leonard Wood, MO)

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, w As, . iam. i, L 15 g.. ' LZ' . X s L .mc ,. ,,,. X 725 WOO f 1 1 va , Yi' fl 'TN K Qu 3.5 1' P m, A ...1 .... - f ,Io g f 5 W 1 UNITED STATES ARMY TRAINING CENTER I I Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri jlle Sfory of FORT LEONARD WOOD 'WF' -M9 rw-07114.34 -Q. 45,41 1' is paid L rY":. -'N . I V FORT LEONARD WOOD, covers 71,000 acres of the Mark Twain National Forest in the Missouri Ozarks, southwest of St. Louis. Activated in 1940, the Fort was named in honor of Major General Leonard Wood who won the Medal of Honor for action in the campaign against the Apache Indian Chieftain, Geronimo. Only a handful of officials were on hand December 1940 to witness the ground breaking ceremonies. On that day, an unknown soldier of a huge construction Army turned the first shovelful of dirt for the construction of the nation's largest engineer training center, a post that has trained thousands of fighting men. 'lf lr. ' 4 n, , ... 'Q 8' 'Ti .., ms., ,k., .. , .,,a-aww f-1 , V lr. ll'-'If - The mud was terrific-so bad as to give the budding camp nationwide publicity. But the excavators and the wielders of hammer, trowel and saw surged on in their work. Almost all workers lived off the post. In spite of all the difficulties the work proceeded at a furious pace and was virtually completed the middle of May. With the completion of the 340,000,000 fort and the 22 mile railroad leading to it, trainees began coming in full speed. From the early part of 1941 until the post closed in 1946, Fort Leonard Wood trained some 300,000 fighting men. Such famous divisions as the 6th, 8th, 75th, 97th, and the 70th trained here during World War II. During the years the fort lay dormant, only a handful of groundkeepers were on the premises. The business of activating an Army post started all over again for Fort Leonard Wood in 1950, shortly after the American troops began fighting in Korea. This time, Fort Leonard Wood supported the 6th Armored Division engaged in replacement training rather than a procession of divisions being trained for combat. On 16 March 1956 the 6th Armored Division was inactivated and replaced with the United States Army Training Center, Engineer. The Secretary of the Army signed the order 21 March 1956 making Fort Leonard Wood a permanent installation. The essence of Fort Leonard Wood is best described by the word "training," The fort gives recruit basic training, common and engineer specialist training and combat engineer training. Among the specialized types of training soldiers can get at the fort are constructiong machinery and earth moving equipment operation and maintenanceg structural steel and sheet metal workingg plumbingg carpentryg electrical installation and many other specialties. MAIN GATE G A M A W ,N qw . A 'J M, at , , mf ff-f 3ww. .K , K km' i .Q . A W A REA 'NR 'V Q A A was TROOP BARRACKS 'M 'M H' 3 ,vw Y gf V LQ: . j X N -, , T.. . , .- vw- "k " ,VM M P- r ' N ' ' 'ml - 'I U ' N M Q4 S1 I-A .XZ 1' , ,. - up annum 1: POST HEADQUARTERS TRUOP BARRACKS . ' ,N W' x ,M W M M W w 'Wm "" Nw if '. ww wif' Na- 1, W ' bmi 'M W Em M am. WY , ffw' ' 1:13 3 . 9 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF MAJOR GENERAL WESLEY E. PEEL Major General Wesley E. Peel was born in Bonham, Texas, 17 December 1924. He served as an enlisted man and noncommissioned officer with the 1264th Combat Engineer Battalion in Europe during World War II returning to civilian life in April 1946. In 1948 he was graduated from Texas A8zM College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Education and undertook post graduate studies in 1949, He was commissioned a 2d LT in 1949, and recalled to active duty in 1951. After serving tours of duty with the 17th Armored Engineer Battalion in Europe and the U.S. Army Engineer School at Murnau, Germany, he was assigned to the Engineer Training Center at Fort Leonard Wood. Missouri. In 1958 he completed work for a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering at the Rolla School of Mines. Upon completion of the Engineer Officers Advanced Course at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, in July 1958, General Peel served a tour of duty with the Corps of Engineers Military Construction Program on Baffin Island in Arctic, Canada. In 1959, General Peel was appointed Assistant Professor of Military Science at the University of Colorado. He then attended the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and graduated in 1963. Following this assignment, he completed tours of duty with the 65th Engineer Battalion and HQ, U.S. Army Pacific, in Hawaii. Returning to the continental United States in 1966, General Peel assumed command of the 35th Combat Engineer Battalion at Fort Lewis, Washington, and accompanied the battalion to Vietnam as its commander in November of that year. He also served as Chief of Operations, 18th Engineer Brigade while in Vietnam, and was assigned as Deputy District Engineer of the St. Louis District in November 1967. After attending the U.S. Army War College in 1969, General Peel was assigned to command the 931st Combat Engineer Group at Fort Benning, Georgia. He assumed duties as District Engineer of the Far East Engineer District in July 1970. In July 1972, General Peel was assigned as Executive, Office of the Chiefof Engineers, Washington, D.C. He became the Engineer of the U.S. Army, Pacific, in September 1973. In July 1974, he assumed command of the U.S. Army Engineer Division, Pacific Ocean, and was responsible for military construction and civil works in Hawaii and the Pacific Theater. He was assigned as Division Engineer of the US. Army Engineer Division, North Pacific, with headquarters in Portland. Oregon, in July 1975. General Peel assumed command of the U.S. Army Training Center Engineer and Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, on 15 June 1978. General Peel is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas, a member of the Society of American Military Engineers, and a member of Chi Epsilon, a national honor fraternity of civil engineers. His military decorations include the Silver Star, the Legion of Merit L2 Oak Leaf Clustersl, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Medal, and the Army Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster. 14 Weffffdge fo tk? jl"00,75 . . rom file gomman ing genera an OF Ca DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY HEADQUARTERS .., A E, us ARMY TRAINING CENTER ENGINEER AND FORT LEONARD woon Q ff FORT LEONARD wooo, MISSOURI sans rr P' C 3979 CONGRATULATIONS! You have successfully completed the intensive basic training program required of each individual in order to graduate to the ranks of the best trained, best equipped, and best informed soldier in the history of our Army. In accomplishing the transformation from civilian to soldier, you have attained your primary purpose outlined to you in your first day of basic training-to become a disciplined, motivated soldier who is qualified with the basic weapons, physically conditioned and drilled in the fundamentals of soldiering. As you move on to advanced individual training, or an assignment with an active Army unit, the officers, drill sergeants and members of your cadre are proud of you. You have proven yourself in the trials and pressures of basic training. You have developed your mind and body, and accepted the challenge of soldiers before youg you have demonstrated that your generation has all the determination and ability necessary. To each of you I extend my appreciation and best wishes for your continuing success in the years ahead. WESLEY . PEEL Majo General, USA Co anding BAKER THEATRE DENTAL CLINIC MAIN EXCHANGE " "" 1, 11-WW ww"'w"0, ' I 1 sub 1 'YN vw i5??,5x1".'i'W-VL A M501 ' 'ru.,,.W4w 1 ff ws " M 1: vilzw wi MfWm,:L24wEWW:2 1,3-'Q-2p.'W,y ?Q,'.Y,xf1-y'5d.51f2Q' if 'V 1 , ,M Il Q' 0T"ww , 4 W4 .,..-nga:--1 -.-.-........ .-" P., T: wi 'I U 3.3 . ii. ,A - El in N? U P' M 'UP' Y . w E F5 -WJLG I ...-..., A'-, -,vf--'.--u-rw' 1 I :LZ I INSIDEKPX -"'.1n. A ' ' u 9, Aaah?" av. TTER w!f!g!g' HWSE 7 fib IVUTUTHIFTELD HOUSE Ummm EK! IIE! :Ill IMA1NfPX L... GENERAL HCSPITAL AIRPORT K . v CANNON WATER TOWER W. 6 , f-12' 9,1-x., 'Y F! u WALKER ill ERIE! we , ,....nnn.. m.m,n.1- mf., .,.., .1 WALKER RECREATION CENTER FAMILY HOUSING FAMILY HOUSING fu -'-' N, I QL? , 1+ '- , WM ,ff 5 Fir 1935 if f ii Q 'ig '41 His! fa., '. 3 -. .. 1' ,,,,, Q ' QV M N '-' 'Y 1 ix. ,' V "' ' 'x'X,---...R ll .,. ll.. 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M - -- ,,, . - vw - vf ., ,ggi 4 V . , -,V Kea X -...VL M M -' , v. , - '- - 1.-V-H-451.-V-. 4, V .,.-2, .VT V ,N H 6753 v. P' I . .,.. . mf. f!.f...s M " A 'fx ' ,141 way 'QYAFVI mek. u - A" 'R-55 2? 01 . Op, J Wm MARCHES , IA 3 'Eff RIM' fr ' Are' l .,g,,w.,, ' 4- ,4 , - f ,.f.,3.'q.v, V- -r ' . Syg- .'-fffff. -'N- W nga, J' 1. ,1 MM in V, A! mv A 1 i ,W iff wa-mbk,X 11 INSPECTIONS F' 4! if W 1,1 'n I V . we ,M flip 40,1 x YfEfE4q:"yQ 1331, gtg , -w 'fx ,. +4 Q Y I1-:ji ' ni' hr" Alai! in M' eq., J an 'Mr-1,-v vi I J M-43'-1 lf 8 J , W .F Bri' wo' NDP A-ww I- .si A U ,, ' 44? 'fwxa ' ms: ,, .. -H ,. M i, " Wu W Wlwr 1' ,M Q' NET. ' "" A 'KEY Wm 46' 'Ns , ig:-.....r. ', ,FKA mf! 5-f ,a'Y, 5:51994 .fa , W, ,- , Q, L,,, .. X1 ,. X XA M fw 31: "if 6-wx 'f":'2!FMJ? N lg ' 1' , f ' 'PW .ff 'QR' 1 UNM , w N .. 4' " 1 1 , ' Q' 1: F , gag 4 'gf G, 'Xi 'uw Sw-qffw-E - Wm-' -1 mv-mm . M .1 .4 . 4,X.,h .-,.A., .4 - 'K' ' ., 6 A 42 va.,-,M w ,X T E :aft E -k, 1 fb, v Us . .uf ...... -.f-fu. 51 gg fr 1. ' 1 QQ gf A , v A a ,M , Y W ww I V ' e x -P 1 " ' nu N 4' ur . 1 4 -1 V I m I 4. sq fig Y ,fv', .A Q , , W.. " U I' 9' wg, it ,. M' fa' .f',, .H , ' w i V Tm gb .m, . "vyvj Q 94 1 ,N,,,,, - . M M P A 'tx V . , QP' f W -H, H .4- ga:."':'-nfl ,- il ,-" . vp' MM GRADUATIGN 1 wa: , XMIM 25 'wjggi' ' ' 5 N Wig M4 -F - l ' - '-' w .1 X 'N-X 9, 4441- 1. f X G+ , , , 'x V Y fm.: 1 if 'fi 1 1 ,- f- ' 'ms-Z ' S :H 1- 1 9 f f' "N-.. ,, ' , I Ili' J' 4 xv' Am- wg, , ' 'm "fl ww bmw 1' Q 1 1' 2 S 'W COL BUDDY G. BECK 3rd Brigade Commander rd BRIG DE 4 COMPANY A LTC Kenneth V. Smith Battalion Commander Commenced Training 17 September 1979 Completed Training 1 November 1979 TH BATT LIO 1 William Cotton First Sergeant George P. Van Holt SDI Wayne Coffman Drill Instructor Becky Hall Harold Harris Drill Instructor Drill Instructor Frank J. 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