US Army Training Center - Yearbook (Fort McClellan, AL)

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Kilt-,:.,r V1 ,f,.ggguyg:..,.,+6v1ffQf1gq,q,- gjw ygw-541, ffi25,3,zgLf', ' if Y iffy, A . iw K ' 1512, 'Eff , X1 " 4 Q 96 1 N 4"v"s .bw 'WM R - Q ' 53 '51 f fre' .9 '5"q v"fr'5' .5 5 r 'I llllll 1 Q' .. wh COLONEL CALEB J.AHCHER Colonel Caleb J. Archer was born in Lindsay, Oklahoma, on 22 December 1933. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1957 and was commissioned a Regular Army Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps. Colonel Archer's military assignments include: Launcher Platoon Leader and Battery Executive Officer, 3d Missile Battalion, 43d Artillery lNike Herculesl, Clementon, New Jersey, Operations Officer and Executive Officer, 570th MP Company, Frankfurt, Germany, Chief, Physical Security-Missile Site Security Division, US Army Military Police School, Fort Gordon, Georgia, Company Commander, 212th MP Company fSentry Dogl, Chief, Physical Security Division, US Army, Vietnam, Author-Instructor and Military Police Corps Special Representative, US Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Provost Marshal, 3d Infantry Division, Wurzburg, His civilian education includes a MA degree in Police Science and Administration from Washington State University. Colonel Archer's military education includes completion of the Command and General Staff College and the US Army War College. His awards include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Commendation Medal, General Staff identification Badge, and the Army Parachute Badge. Colonel Archer is married to the former Jacquelin Shaul of Woodward, Oklahoma and they have three children: Jill, 18, who is a student at Cameron University, Jamie, 15, and Jack 12. ff? Ltc. Walter A. Shumway Executive Officer "HF" C A , 'M' at X , , e ff? I V ' t w, - , f Headquarters Bldg 1060 dw.. . ' EAnuuAn1Ens 5 TRAINING BRIGADE .Lv 4 l Command Sergeant Major Marlin C. McCoy 1942 WAAC formation at Fort Dea- llolnea, Iowa 1943 Obstacle course at an Army Alr Corps base Arrlvlng at cmm, ltaly i 1944 Waco landing on a Norman- dy beach E, i 4 1944 O 1945 A finance office in New Somewhere ln England. Guinea Leaving billets for work i-usronv QF THE On 14 May 1942 Congress enacted legislation creating the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. On 1 July 1943, by a' subsequent act of Congress the WAAC became the Women's Army Corps, a component ofthe Army of the United States. The first Director was Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby. During the first year of its existence the Women's Army Corps opened five 'training centers. The first was at Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Others were established at Daytona Beach, Florida, Fort Oglethorpe, Geor ia, Fort Devens, Massachusetts, and at Camp Ruston, Louisiana. WORLD WAR ll A WAAC contingent arrived at Allied Forces Headquarters in North Africa early in 1943. In November of the same year the 1st WAC Separate Battalion was sent to Caserta, Italy. Other WACs were sent to England and as far away as Cairo, Egypt. January 1944 marked the arrival of the first WACs in the Pacific, ln New Caledonia and in May 1944 a WAC unit was assigned to Sidney, Australia. LSTs landed WACs on the beaches of Normandy in July 1944, just a little more than a month after the invasion of Europe by allied forces. At the same time other members of the Women's Army Corps were assuming duties in the China-Burma-India Theatre of Operations. The women of the corps served where they were needed from Europe to China. THE POST-WAR YEARS 1 With the termination of hostilities in 1945 it seemed that women were no longer needed and in August 1945 enlistments in the Women's Army Corps were closed. However in February 1946 the War Department announced plans to utilize WACs to meet the critical shortage of skilled personnel. The Army also announced the preparation of legislation to make the Women's Army Corps a permanent 'part of the Army. By October 1946 the strength of the Corps had dropped from a peak of 99,000 to approximately 11,000 women. REGULAR ARMY STATUS On 12 June 1948 President Truman signed into law the Women's Armed Services Integration Act. In July of that year the first WACs enlisted in the Regular Army and in December of the same year the first WAC officers were appointed in the Regular Army. Enlistments to civilians were reopened and in September 1948 the WAC training center at Camp Lee was opened. With the beginning of the Korean War women were again needed in great numbers. Many of nthose who had served in world war II responded 'to the eau. New WAC detachments were established and those already in existence were doubled in size as women assumed duties in Okinawa and Japan in support of the Eighth US Army in Korea. A ' ln 1950 the Army initiated action to establish a' permanent center for the Women's Army Corps. Fort McClellan was selected and by August of 1954 all NOMEN'S ARMY CGRPS am-.---fmt-.Vrana training activities had been moved from Fort Lee, Virginia. In September of that year the Center was 1 formally dedicated as the home of the Women's Army Corps by General Matthew B. Fiidgway, then Army Chief of Staff. VIETNAM The first WAC officer was assigned to Vietnam as early as 1962. Two WAC advisors to the Republic of Mietnam Women's Armed Service Corps arrived in Saigon in 1965. A WAC detachment was established at Long Binh in 1966 to support Headquarters, US Army Vietnam in accomplishing its mission. THE WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS, 1972-1978 In August 1972 the Secretary of the Army announced plans for the expan- sion of the Women's Army Corps. This expansion was based on the Army's need to meet the all volunteer goal. By the end of 1978 the WAC enlisted strength was expected to expand to about 50,000. Along with this expan- sion, important policy changes were put into effect to fulfill the Army's desire to grant equal opportunities to all its members. Women may now serve in over 400 Military Occupational Speciali- ties. Previously, women could only be sent overseas after completing one year of active duty. They are now eligible for overseas duty after 'completion of Advanced Individual Training or only 16 weeks of active duty. Women now serve as military police, may drive heavy vehicles and may work in mess halls that serve only men. One of the most significant changes occured in December 1972 when the Secretary of the Army approved a change in regulations whereby women would be permitted to command men. Another important policy change concerns the integration of housing. Under this policy, women may be housed under the same roof as men with due regard for privacy and the existence of separate en- trances. ln keeping with the integrated Army policy, women who are assigned to military units perform their duties as membe'rs of the entire unit and they are proving themselves admirably. Women soldiers have come a long way from being an "Auxiliary". They are serving with pride and dignity' along with their fellow soldiers. . A NEW ERA FORT MCCLELLAN WAC barracks under construction Mid fifties Gurdon ceremony at Fort McClellan During the Spanish American War the Army found that the Choccolocco Mountains would be an ideal background for artillery firing ranges ln 1917 the post was established by the War Department and named after Major General George B McClellan The famed 29th Infantry Division lthe Blue and Grayl trained at Camp McClellan prior to departing for France in World War I Fort McClellan was designated a permanent post in July 1929 and construction proceeded during the thirties under the governments public relief program The Investment paid oft in 1941 On the day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor most half a million men trained at Fort McClellan during World War Il The post was also the site of a POW camp for German and Italian prisoners who had been captured in Europe The post was placed on inactive status in 1947 Three years later training facilities were rehabilitated and in 1951 Fort McClellan became the home of the Army Chemical Corps During the Vietnam era the post administered advanced training for mfantrymen ln 1954 Fort McClellan became the permanent home of the Women s Army Corps Since that time thousands of young women have received their basic training at Fort Mc Clellan The WAC Center alsoconducted Officer Orientation Course for newly com missloned officers as well as DCS for enlisted women who are candidates for com missions l I the 27th.lnfantry Division was in training and had its overseas orders 12 days later. Al- ln March 1978 a bill was passed in Congress to deactivate the Women's Army Corps. In October 1978 the Women's Army Corps was deactivated. The motto, "All for One and One for All" is now a reality in the United States Army. - Today's Wacs serve ln many interesting jobs 'V 'W ' 5 " 4? We ff- V 1 Wm W W Ulm f. , Q V ' . , 1 V W fe my ' ' 1- 'W ,, N , M , . fm' Y - Shawl?-77',1' 'M f ' wwf' " ,,, ,,m' , iw? , 1 V .ww fm , WSW , Lgggf, W ' U. w I 'Flo J ww- .,J,. .W nz 1QQ'i3f5,5' , H. ,, ,,M,Vm,gi., , A wf A X ' a 41gZQe?w.N'Wv-H'v": uni' -aw 4fW'.,I,, , T , Y I- . -av 'Em lt P ? fy ' -:fy wi2fp"qgn , Q5 1, ,wifi QW , Y f -w--, 'nf ' 'm.Jg'ff A ' , um f-mv WW MW,-ay, M - -,wwfim , - W,J,gI-N-Zjmmilmg, f, ,, M, H x xwh - . ' , "zr1abfg:3fifp:3nw V N , ,Y ' if L'+'2v'f-L , ' ' ' 3554 14 - ,, ., 1::'-iisfi--seg, 'wif .ffT"?'? . 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J ,J -guns A ,ww N x he R an fa ,J ' :m.WHH , 1 V-cfm .fl 'Hn -w FREE TIME E nv-1' x,.-- u f ' 5 1 X R E 1' , ,, , 1 S 1 A--ow , , 9 Wg. " m3,V"'rv A 2 A' 4' 1 sv' 1' ,f 9-f. V...- -, x m,.. ,,f- f f f Wwmwwngf 1 T'- , 1 4 , 'CJ ,i, 'E .W Q., Q- . J , 45" M., ' 5 , sa - , 'M V , :.'fLZ',5 y -an -qhya Ji" , f ' Q ,A 4 .fa-41 3 iw qi y. -Q v K. 0, gv C Nblf F Q,- p N" I ' " 9 4, - 4' ,as , ,4" -.im ,f ' ..v"" af'-A., A .- 755 J 1 JX :,,,,, HISTORY OF FT the Military Police Corps The area known today at Fort McClellan first attracted interest among military circles around 1898, during the Spanish-American War, when it was discovered that the Choccolocco Mountains formed an excellent background for artillery firing. From 1912 through 1916, high officials and Army officers from Washington were sent to Anniston to study the possibilities of the location as a camp site. The War Department issued an order establishing Camp McClellan, Ala., July 18, 1917. The camp was named in honor of Major General George B. McClellan, general- Vin-chief of the US Army from 1861 to 1862. Newly activated, the 29th National Guard Division from the Mid-Atlantic states, commanded by Major General Charles G. Morton, arrived in August 1917. Two months later there were 27,753 men training at the camp. The 29th went to France in June 1918 and took 5,570 casualties in Meuse-Argonne offensive. Camp McClellan was redesignated Fort McClellan, a permanent post, July 1, 1929. New construction went up at a rapid rate. The cornerstone of the first group of permanent barracks was laid September 11, 1929. From 1933 through 1936, under the government's relief program, almost two million dollars was spent on permanent construction and improvements to already existing structures. srrrf A 7 "'f f 1 . . .iff-51-Lf " 5 . ' ' ,. 1 ""' 4 A Q ' 'G fififf, ' :5fi':'fM?3i2' f .. t 'f , I .... P -1 ,- .f ' i - ' 'V tg ff- r ' 774 , V if 1' T ,VVVVVVVVVSVVVVVVVVM ' 1' K .i 5 . K W-kk F :Y -mt, - ' . ,. '1 af, , 5 ' . V , .. 5 l" 'QV 9 . , . V, V . V, in .N .,, ., . ,, ,gy , V , M . W , ,ft V gr W ,V,'., 1 V V r V , M tt' , .j , 5 QW- , ' .,r.,..., -'f-zwmikffs 1 V af' 1 if ? f W 5 x "t .2 r- 72. it M- -V, ,V , MVMLV , , ,VV wh- l., 1252121 VV V .V,V V . V' ...M 1 N-f-M--3" l :J . . ' . www 9' f ' "' " .iz , . ' W K 'W , e A " I 1131729 , 7 ' The 27th National Guard Division arrived from New York in October 1940. One of the first units to depart for war, the 27th had overseas orders 12 days after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. The 27th fought in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands, Saipan, Guam and the Philippines and later was on occupational duty in Japan. A 3,000-capacity Prison internment Camp for prisoners of war was completed in 1943. Reminder of this era is a memorial cemetery where 26 Germans and three Italians who died while in prison are buried. Approximately 500,000 men were trained at Fort McClellan during World War ll. Included among these was a company of Japanese-Americans stationed at the post to familiarize American troops with the fighting style and methods ofthe Japanese soldier. Many individuals and units which trained here during the war years later received some of the highest military honors and decorations. During the war years more than S17 million was spent on permanent and temporary buildings, roads and streets. ln 1943 the Branch immaterial Replacement Training Center at Fort McClellan was replaced by the Infantry Replacement Training Center which gave recruits basic and combat training. At the war's end the center trained soldiers for occupation duty and in November 1946 it became the Recruit Training Center. After the war, the Recruit Training Center was inactivated and the number of personnel at the post dwindled rapidly. The installation was placed on inactive status with only a maintenance crew June 30, 1947. Plans were made in January 1950 to use the post for National Guard annual training and facilities were rehabilitated. M A replacement training center for the Chemical Corps was activated with Fort McClellan as its permanent home in 1951. ln 1962 the name of the activity was changed from the Chemical Corps School to the US Army Chemical Center and School. lt was disestablished in 1973. The Women's Army Corps School was founded at Fort McClellan on September 25, 1952 and approximately two years later official ceremonies were conducted to establish 3 , i 8 Y - -f-. A 1' I'-sb.. l - 5 . 'mg-Jann-u '--. ...wa t 'mfg .ar--5 L '5?""'.i . ., r -Y T' .. McClellan as the first permanent home of the U. S. Women's Army Corps Center. A new activity, the U. S. Army Combat Developments Command Chemical - Biological - Radiological Agency, moved to Fort McClellan in 1962. It was disestablished in 1973. Noble Army Hospital, a three-story, 100-bed facility, was dedicated May 4, 1962. The summer of 1966 was a busy one for this Southern installation. The mission was changed and the fort was renamed U. S. Army School!Training Center and Fort McClellan. To meet requirements for the Vietnam War, an Advanced individual Training Infantry Brigade was activated here in 1966. Because of continued force reductions in Vietnam, the brigade was deactivated in April 1970, after training more than 30,000 men. The Third Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy called Fort McClellan home from 1967 to 1972. Leadership courses were taught to noncommissioned officers from throughout the Third Army Area. Official ceremonies were held July 11, 1975 marking the move of the U. S. Army Military Police School from Fort Gordon, Georgia to Fort McClellan. A major reorganization of the post began in the fall of 1976 and was completed on May 13, 1977 when the colors of the WAC Center and School were retired during ceremonies on Marshal Parade Field. Less than two months later, on July 5, One Station Unit Training was initiated. 4 1 ,3 yn. , - W" W.. 'A 1, I ' Y 41,2 W" ' 1 - If. I 1 ' Qi t 's 'J'- LJ, CEU' was J 7' QP' JF V uv 3 ,hw-v-'Q " R . ' V 7 Job- T' THE TRAINING BRIGADE as extracted from Home of the Military Police Corps The Training Brigade was created during the post reorganization of 1976-77 and includes six battalions - a student battalion, two basic training battalions, and three Military Police One Station Unit Training battalions. The Student Battalion is a carryover from the preconsolidation era and includes both enlisted personnel and officers of the U. S. Army, plus personnel from other branches of the Department of Defense and from other countries. All students assigned to the Student Battalion attend one of the 16 law enforcement courses taught at the U. S. Army Military Police School. The two Basic Training battalions were transferred from the U. S. Women's Army Corps Training Center which was inactivated April 1, 1977. The 1st and 2nd battalions became integrated lmale and femalel basic training battalions in October 1978. Instruction and proficiency examinations insure that each basic training graduate has acquired a foundation in general military subjects, discipline and courtesies. Basic training graduates go on to other Army schools for training in specialized military skills. Men and women entering the Army who wish to pursue a law enforcement career are assigned to one of the three One Station Unit Training qosutl battalions. OSUT is a 12 to 14 week training program that is designed to develop qualified entry level MPs and Correctional Specialists by combining traditional basic training with traditional military police advanced individual training. ' f'f"" -f'f""?i' - 'I iya Q, i K ry. I ,Q P S CI BASIC If W ' I . It . 'T' rw x m' 1 'V4' ."' Z.. 3 fa 11" "" ,I 11lm'a . My Q Yi f ,W 's TRAINING BATTALION LTC Major JACK M. MAYS MORRIS I. ROUSEY Battalion Commander Executive Officer I 2nd LT CSM SFC HENRY N. MCDILL, JR. BETTY J. BENSON JAMES F. GENTILE Operations Officer Command Sergeant Maior Operations NCO Commenced Training D Completed Training 15 February 1980 12 April 1930 CPT Joseph A. Derie ll QLT Deborah Parker Company Commander Training Officer 1SG Lorraine Duncan SFC Ron Killion SFC James R. Armour First Sergeant Training NCO Senior Drill Sergeant SFC I. W. McDuff SFC Pete Carrion SSG Jessie L. Harper Drill Sergeant Drill Sergeant Drill Sergeant .041 SSG Ben Lastimado ' SSG Ileana Guerra Drill Sergeant Drill Sergeant SSG Robert Chabot SGT Richard Carson Drill Sergeant Drill Sergeant SGT SG Drill Sergeant Drill Sergeant SSG Mark Nevins Drill Sergeant No Photos Available SFC Charles Jackson Drill Sergeant Candidate SFC Charles Moore Drill Sergeant Candidate SSG Frank Corona Drill Sergeant Candidate gi' Ns 16 jI'J I '- 'U 1 ti ,f Q r f" Q sf 1 X ,fi I . 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