US Army Training Center - Yearbook (Fort Polk, LA)

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It is located about eight miles Southeast of Leesville and approxi- mately twenty miles North of DeRidder, Louisiana. The Post, originally called Camp Polk, was established in January, 1941, as a result of the now-famed Louisiana maneu- vers of 1941-42 that took place on site of the present installa- tion. Construction work that began in January, 1941, was com- pleted in mid-1942 at a cost of about twenty-two million dollars. Fort Polk was named for one of Louisiana's most beloved figures in the Confederacy days and the first Episcopal Bishop of Louisiana, Right Reverend Leonidas Polk. He was known throughout the Southland as the "Fighting Bishop." As a Lieutenant General in the Confederate Army, serving under General Johnson, he distinguished himself in many Civil War battles, especially the battle of Shiloh. He died in action at Marietta, Georgia. During World War II Camp Polk was one of the busiest of all Army posts. More than eight million men trained here dur- ing this period. Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, General Omar N. Bradley, the late General George S. Patton, Jr., General Walter Krueger, General Alfred Gruenther, and General Mark W. Clark were stationed at Camp Polk during the war. Many famous divisions, whose deeds and accomplishments on the field of battle in the European, Asiatic and Pacific Theaters will go down in history, received their training at Camp Polk. Among these were the Third, Fifth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, and Eleventh Armored Divisions, the Eleventh Airborne Division, and the Ninety-fifth Infantry Division. After World War Il, Camp Polk was deactivated and put on Golf Course Club House Regimental Headquarters Fort Polk a stand-by status. However, during the summers to follow Na- tional Guardsmen and Reservists kept it partially open for their annual two-week training periods. , The Post was brought back to life in September, 1950, when the nationfs military facilities were expanded to meet the needs 1 of the Korean emergency. Reactivated Camp Polk became! home for the Forty-fifth Infantry Division, Oklahoma National Guard, which trained here before leaving for Japan in the spring of 1951. It has also served as Headquarters for the XV Corps andl later the Thirty-seventh Infantry Division from Ohio and the First Armored Division. The installation was closed in 1954 only to be reopened again the next year. It was then designated a permanent in- stallation and renamed Fort Polk. In the fall of 1955, operation "Sage Brush" brought over 85,000 troops to the newly designated permanent installation. Exercise "King Colel' was also held on Fort Polk. The Post was again deactivated in June, 1959. Summer en- campments of National Guard and Organized Reserve Corps units, divisional and non-divisional from the Fourth Army Area, was the only military activity until September, 1961, when Fort Polk was again reactivated as part of the military build-up caused by the Berlin crisis. First unit to arrive at the Post and assume operational con- trol was the 4009th United States Army Garrison from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. A number of Reserve and National Guard support units soon followed. During 1961-62, the Forty-ninth Armored Division, the Lone Star Division of Texas, served its year of active duty at Fort Polk along with other tactical and support units. The Forty-ninth held its major field exercise, "Iron Dragoonj, dur- ing this period which saw more than 20,000 troops maneuver- Trainee Barracks .Q ...A X. . Chapel Visitors Lounge ing in over 1300 square miles of territory. In July, 1962, the first trainees arrived at Fort Polk for Basic Combat Training at the newly established United States Army Training Center, Infantry. In addition the Center also conducts Advanced Individual, Common Specialist, and Basic Unit Training. Its location, climate, and terrain makes Fort Polk an out- standing training area the year-round. The climate is mild, with gulf breezes modifying the summer season and tempering the winter chill. Freezing temperatures seldom occur, although periodic northwestern winds occasion sudden drops in tem- perature, frequently accompanied by drizzling rain. Snow is very rare and the summer nights are generally cool. From their vantage point at Fort Polk, servicemen soon learn that Louisiana has much to offer to the weekend sightseer, out- doorsman and to those just interested in a unique state. Southern towns of great charm welcome visitors looking for a touch of the true aura of Louisiana's history as well as a taste of its excellent French and Latin cuisine. Choice fishing spots near the Post can easily be found and hunters find small game fairly abundant. Cities in the surrounding area offer a wide range of business, educational, recreational, cultural and religious facilities. Today, Fort Polk is a bustling Infantry training Post. Its recreational facilities include baseball fields, softball diamonds, tennis courts, swimming pools, field house, gymnasiums, service clubs, libraries, theaters, and a dayroom in each company. In addition, there is an 18-hole golf course, one of the finest in the Armed Forces. Fort Polk provides a balanced program for its men. The off-duty recreational and cultural activities are some of the best the Army has to offer, at the same time, using the latest and finest Army techniques, it performs the vital mission of turning civilians into soldiers. Swimming Pool . I A . vf23l:g.. ...sam ,.,m.Jg'fi-f'l- 11 iff. 4 . PHILIP C. WEHLE Major General, U. S. Army Commanding General Major General Philip C. Wehle was born on 5 September, 1906, at Westport, Connecticut. He graduated from the United States Military Acad- emy, West Point, New York, on 12 June, 1930, and was commissioned a second lieutenant of Field Artillery in the Regular Army. He began his military service as a battery offi- cer in the 82d Field Artillery at Fort Bliss, Texas and served in this capacity until 1933, when he attended the Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in 1934. He was then assigned to the 11th Field Artillery, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Returning to the United States in November, 1936, General Wehle began a four-year tour of duty as an instructor at the Military Academy, which ended in 1940 when he was assigned to the newly activated 99th Field Artillery Battalion CPackJ at Fort Hoyle, Maryland. Early in 1942 he was assigned to the 603d Field Artillery in the Asiatic-Paciiic Theater. Later that year he became Personnel Oiiicer CG-ll of the First Joint Army-Navy Task Force Head- quarters in the Pacific. He served there until his return to the United States in May, 1943, and became battalion commander of the 616th Field Artillery CPackJ at Camp Carson and Camp Hale, Colorado. In 1944, General Wehle served in the Euro- pean Theater of Operations as Assistant Corps Artillery Officer of the XVIII Airborne Corps through the Ardennes, Rhineland, and Central Europe Campaigns. He returned to the United States in 1946 and was assigned to Headquarters of the Army Ground Forces in Washington, D. C., and Fort Monroe, Va., where he first served in the Plans Section, Policy Group and later as Sec- retary of the General Staff. In May, 1950, he returned to the European Theater and served with Headquarters, United States Army, Europe. From August, 1952 to June, 1953, he attended the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, and then served as an instructor at that installation from June, 1953 until September, 1954. Arriving in the Far East on 1 October, 1954, General Wehle was assigned to the Korean Mili- tary Advisory Group and later became Senior KMAG Advisor to the Second ROK Army. He remained here until his appointment as 7th Divi- sion Artillery Commander on 7 July, 1955. Gen- eral Wehle was then appointed I Corps Artillery Commander in September, 1955. In 1956 he returned to the United States and assumed com- mand of the 2d Division Artillery, Fort Lewis, Washington. From 30 August, 1957 to June, 1959, General Wehle was Assistant Commandant, U. S. Army Artillery and Missile School, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. In August, 1959 he was assigned to Europe and became Chief of the U. S. Military Assistance Advisory Group to France. Since 10 September, 1962, General Wehle has been serving as Commanding General, United States Army Training Center, Infantry, Fort Polk, Louisiana. QQLP-P3-X-C45 HEADQUARTERS FORT POLK Office of the Commanding General Fort Polk, Louisiana Soldier, this is your book. You are its subject and its author. It depicts you as, in two short yet strangely long months, you made the big change from civilian to soldier. May it remind you always of your first service to your country, a service in which you begrudged neither hours nor effort, a service which was a complete giving of yourself. Having given much you have gained much. Yet more, much more, re- mains to be done. If you will but carry on in the future as you have during your first eight weeks of service, you cannot lose, for you will find that your manhood has developed to its finest andlfullest potential. And, should the war drums sound and our nation have need to place you in the van- guard of her fighting men she will indeed be well served by such as you. aww.. PHILIP C. WEHLE Maior General, U. S. Army Commanding JOHN M. FINN Brigadier General, U. S. 'Army Deputy Commanding General Brigadier General John M. Finn was born 31 August, 1913 at McCoy, Oregon. He graduated from the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, on 14 June, 1938, and was commissioned a second lieutenant of Infantry in the Regular Army. He was first assigned to the 23d Infantry, 2d Division at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. In August, 1940 he was reassigned to the newly formed 7th Infantry Division at Fort Ord, California. Starting as a Company Commander in the 32d Infantry Regiment, General Finn was to advance through normal Command and Staii' assigmnents to com- mand the Regiment through two major Pacific engagements. He left the Regiment on occupation duty in Korea in May, 1946. His only break in nearly six years duty with the 32d Infantry Regi- ment was a three months special duty tour as a student in the Infantry Battalion Commanders and Staff Officers Course at the Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia, in 1952. While serving with the 7th Infantry Division, General Finn participated in the Aleutian Cam- paign CAttuJ, the Eastern Mandates Campaign fKwajaleinJ, the South Philippine Campaign CLeyteJ, and the Ryukyu Islands Campaign COki- nawaj. After World War II the 7th Infantry Di- vision was transferred to Korea from Okinawa and General Finn continued to serve as Regi- mental Commander, 32d Infantry. General Finn returned to the United States in 1946 and was assigned as Infantry Liaison Oiiicer to the Ordnance Development and Proof Services at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. In 1948 he was assigned to the Office Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Department of the Army, in the Mo- bilization Branch, Operations and Training Divi- sion, The Pentegon, Washington, D. C. In November, 1951, General Flinn was as- signed to Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers, Europe CSHAPEJ with duty as a student in the First Class of the North Atlantic Treaty Organi- zation Defense College, Paris, France. After com- pleting the course in May 1952 he was assigned to J-3, Allied Land Forces Central Europe, Fon- tainbleau, France, as Operations and Training Oiiicer. He remained in this capacity until the summer of 1953 when he returned to the United States to attend the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Following his graduation in 1954, he was assigned to Headquarters, 6th U. S. Army, Presidio of San Francisco, California. Here he served in the G-1 Section as Chief of Military Personnel and as Executive Oflicer to the G-1. In 1955 General Finn was assigned to the Mili- tary Assistance Advisory Group, Vietnam, as Ad- visor to the Secretary of Defense, Vietnam. After twenty-six months in Saigon, the capital of this newly free nation, he returned to the United States in 1957 and was assigned as Chief of Staff, 9th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado. General Finn arrived at Fort Polk in June 1962 where he first served as Commanding Gen- eral of the Post and the Training Command prior to assuming his present duties as Deputy Com- manding General. W , . , Q 1 i L A . .r....A.. r.i.4.m.. X 1 - . A Record Firing Bivouac G-sg ' ni-vifg. 1--Q , K-new S 'Sul' A 0 V " ,, . , f , 5 ,.,W1 I Hr-'Z "' .-' . ig 'H 'H 'T' ff" " L" .'-. . ' v ' J' '31 M 1 'K ,W-v - M .P - ye ,,w.,.p,f r . 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At first, the routine seems bewildering, but he soon realizes that each day is a highly organized series of events with a definite purpose-to teach him the basic fundamentals of com- bat soldiering. He knows the knowledge gained during the next eight weeks may have to be applied in the defense of his country and his own life. When trainees report to their training company areas, they have begun to understand a little of the routine that will be- come such an important part of their eight weeks Basic Com- bat T raining. Checking,in US.ARMY .QQ INCOMING PERSON ' ' REPORT HERE nectvnon smnow t is HEL I In J5wfffw,wf 52112 " E5 A 'UN-.N First Army meal Regulation ' haircut Proper fit Making UP 3 bunk Personal identification ,.....-ff' Clothing issue Correct length W A H f ,f ffm, ,ff n i 5 M133 ? Classification interview Classification testing "'J'w'n3'f4if5 :hy i , 5 Q ,M I in , , 5 Q , s Q A 8 . Shots , . -4h- uhhh: Y A-1.,,Q.., W ,wwf -24 "'imfE's'l'i L ..?'i"i-v- flmlf' ,Qt . 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The process of conditioning the body to rigorous outdoor life is a prime need and demand of eiiective soldiering. Guard is an equally important Army duty. A thorough knowl- edge of the General Orders and a high standard of personal appearance is stressed. In combat, the guard vigil protects human lives and the responsibilities of this fact must be quickly learned. Hundreds of different commands are learned by the trainee eek and put into practice daily during drill. Hands, body, feet, and mind begin to work as one. Drill helps to mold a perfect pat- tern of movement for the trainees, until they function as a team. As in civilian life, Hhousekeepingv plays an important part in the fduties of the day? Kitchen Police is a necessary part of these duties and is assigned to each man, in turn, on a daily basis. While the Army Medical Corps has kept abreast of recent improvements in medical service, the continuing value of in- stant treatment in the iield is still of great importance. Thus, each trainee receives training in immediate application of first aid. Inspections are a test of attention to detail and the ability to follow specific instruction. This serves as an alert to the discipline of the individual-the same sort of discipline that wins battles under combat conditions. Manual of Arms Demonstration-by the numbers "Present, ARMSM Learning the Manual of Arms "Right shoulder, ARMS" 7 ,six .---."'.'.-: i fff' - !li"""""' ,.,-H, .Af"'f A 'Y' N , f r ,, ,,, ,qw 4, ., " 4 .f ,' . ,Al-1 .af ., , '.,.,,w U. A ap.. , "1 ' ' '..,' 'N ' p , ' , fxffw' M, f-A W L A ,',, ' , '. " f I Av W. , , """' -" ,. Ta.- ",,1 ' 4-:M"s'?+f,1 W w , V M54 f- an jf' .f ., M ,gr ,E .,, V, 4.7. ,, 'vim 5,1 h K 1-, V A V, if my Mi VVVVV I 7,wTfVf ,ww I H 7'7'f,1:!' 'jf'3""4ia H14 2' -fm., if, k . fu '-,--' "i'f'4,yfHw.. 1... ' "'fN":f7?1nf'u' f7'f'3i7'M'WY,"'1 ?""ff"' 'A 5' , , . ,A 'H' H k -.,pN,,, 45Q' Aa-M. , , V ,,.. 1 -,.,4 , . 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V42 ' V X gd 3' , ww M be 1-1 . f ' my ,h',, HQ 'l " , ',5f 3 wg , '.. ' fl K. P. Duty V' mia Preparing for inspection Inspections Nothing overlooked fb. 'N-X. 'N X I ,,....4dl" 15-752- ' 1 P 2 fb ' .bs 'AA 13, v, . V ff K W ,, y V ,yr N'-S. K ' Rifle and personnel inspection m 23 F 5 f urviuaavaynsawgi Equipment on the bunk f, K .- , .A M , . ,W.,,w.L , V , ., .A V . V M., , . ,. ,.,, M H u,,.,, ,M ,WM , W., www 2 ww? , i A Gas chamber CBR training Crawling through Bayonet assault course ,af , 4 W . , , Q 1 ,ten 'sti f le fwtfQ.P 5 ,CJ Wav, ff M 3 ' f ' In combat, the individual soldier may be faced with chem- ical, biological or radiological agents. CBR training enables the trainee to develop an understanding of the agents and the necessary protective action to insure his individual effectiveness under combat conditions. The Infantryman's primary defense against chemical attack is the gas mask. Trainees are exposed to practical field exer- cises and a 'tear' gas chamber to test and develop their ability to protect themselves effectively from such agents. The M-1 that trainees have grown accustomed to feels a little clumsy with the bayonet attached, but soon the individual develops skill with them as a single weapon. Bayonet training engenders a confident, aggressive spirit of power and confidence in the individual fighter. When trainees have learned the correct movements, they pass on to the second phase, which is running the Bayonet Assault Course. Running the course helps to develop the trainee's speed, balance, timing and aggressiveness. Instructions in Tent Pitching prepares trainees for the week coming up which will be spent on bivouac during the first phase of their Marksmanship Training. Leaming the movements "On guard" Using dummy targets "Hold it firm" I 'ww Q M41 F, "UK-.M 'HW xg, ,?Q"1lf.f?' 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' 3' lrfsil. .A Marksmanship Letter from home Third Week Marksmanship training takes the trainee out of the company area and begins the gradual transition to field duty. Rifle pro- ficiency is the prime objective of this training, however. Learning the positions used in firing the range are uncom- fortable and awkward at first. However, by record firing the trainee has learned the techniques and trained his muscles so that he assumes the proper positions quickly and easily. His rifle seems as much a part of him and as familiar as his arms and legs--as though he were 'fborn to itf' During preliminary firing, various training aids and devices are used to teach the trainee the proper method of aiming and aligning his sights so his bullet will hit the bull's-eye. Proper sling adjustment, trigger squeeze, safety rules, and proper firing positions, are also part of the instruction during the first phase of marksmanship training. It is during this week that trainees get their first experience of "living in the fieldf' They set up bivouac areas, live in two- man shelter tents, receive hot meals prepared in tield kitchens and become familiar with the practical use of the field mess kit. What did I do wrong? Correct position counts Nlurksmunship Truiningim I f f.', W ., , , .iifiifm , 1 Marking targets Learning firing position 5 Q ,. , . ,,., , f, gg 3. -.xx 'yi ,gui ,X , jyggfqff 1 3? K 1 ,M 1. ' 1 , ,Q K A mix aw if USAF' 4344 ' 2 Y A11551- 281252 M 'lv' S W 'L' ,A ,iw 44331 M . is 1 ,Eg El vt , fdihxgl at U . eg' I! wr ff 'wi -,Ng Q' fy 4 'X 1 L , Ps , 4, .Q rw 'I 1 7f 1 1 Wi s 51:51 :fy .f2f,,.,,,, ,My- M 1,.-, - V vw.,1,.AX - K 18 5-AU. at ya , , f if standing froff-hand" Record firing Sitting position Use of compass Fourth Week Record firing takes place during this week and is that long awaited period on the range that determines how well the trainee has learned to use his rifie. It also causes worry, thought, and even honest prayer since trainees must live with the score achieved during record firing. They soon learn what seemed like endless repetition of in- struction on positioning, sight picture and aim pays dividends in increased skill and confidence with the weapon. Individual coaching and close supervision by assistant in- structors make each shot an important lesson in rifle proficiency. During this period trainees also become very familiar with the targets used and procedure for marking and scoring the hits of shooters. Marking discs, spotters and pasters are "tools of the tradev for a target detail when it is time to "go to the pits." In land navigation training, the trainee learns how to navi- gate over unfamiliar land by using the compass and maps in both daylight and darkness. Learning to use them correctly not only saves lives in the battle zone . . . it contributes to the overall effectiveness of the individual Infantryman. is I E "1--uv Marking each shot E Record Firing Firing line f v Pit detail Make each shot count-this is for record I I . . ,th I I im, V jf 41 fp if Q :M f ,.-T4 V M , ,I ,diff K ? ,Q ,,,,,fw A ,s m 1 , MHMQHQY- l V . ,. ,- , Walking meter course ,,-wMM,,M- . 'MW' ,f""'W C O of an Nuvlguhon Checking compass course S f . A jfs f fx , ' 'WWF . ig f ffiigi K Quai' I new f' f Charting course Compass circle , , A "WWW : M1 M 5 A Z ,,, , W H-, ,Z W M., ,R fy., WV, ,f Mxwgf - .-sw it an 4. .3 P 'Q Q1 of x .X A nj. A 2 4' , , ,f 'Qi' Q. I " Qw":Jf'Vg9gf 'aa X , Y . S 'ik xx 1 gina W Y 'Y a ff :gf It 'lf 21:25 , + 3 9"-Q22 S V25 ,eff :wi . 'In 48 ffl rf! an 4, K. .X Q. .Q +1 s . V w 4 k '. Y XXX -f an r n' Y 1: i Q f' tv v!! ' I '- ' . 1 ' 1 Vi' 4 V , - f' V ' . il if g jg-,'r1ov' b Xa- 4 Q A 4 V -5 ' v .R 1415 Wu if . f " s' V. '. 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Transition Firing test instruction that has been given in the elements of detection, range estimation and point-of-aim train- ing which trainees have received. The grenade is an important close-range weapon of the com- bat infantryman. At the grenade ranges the trainee receives practical instruction and training in the use of both rifle and hand grenades as anti-personnel, anti-tank and offensive devices against fortifications. During this week, trainees also receive basic familiarization instructions with the M-14 rifle, its assembly and disassembly. Firing from a fox-hole K s K .,., is Tru nslho I O Flrlng What seems like endless repeti- tion of instruction on positioning, sight picture and aim pays off during Transition Firing. Using log as cover Firing from bunker Through a window Firing from building If ef, sf"i? unisew in nn. 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Under simulated battle conditions, the trainee is schooled in the organization, composition, and combat formations of the Infantry rifle squad. This includes movement, signals, security, and principles of fire and movement in the attack, and employ- ment in defense. As a functioning member of the squad, he learns to take an objective and hold it. He learns the methods of movement through broken terrain and over obstacles. Firing the Individual Battle Action Course stresses quick and accurate use of appropriate weapons against surprise targets by the soldier as a member of a team. ,. ,L W 3,35 11 Q? H , ,, Y 7 , 'mg W ' Squad running course 'Ji' , f F ring A 4, x f" 44 .nf Firing at target Firing positions 'sim-5 , '55, . f- ' "',." ?H2,, A Z fy A. yy 'n Sy ' 5. - """'i"' ,ff y " ' Nha 1 -M M U I , 'Q' E' Av !,,,,4 ilk 3, 4, N ' , 'o W- H' ff' . if , ' 1 3 V ' ff .1 , x f, 4 . . ,,a?' ,4 f ' ' g ba ' ' "WE , ,, . A ., Q1 A A ' Q, . ,H ,, f, ,... 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Bozeman Company Commander Former Company Commander Commenced Training: Completed Trllnlng: 28 June 1963 Q A I i 22 August 1963 1st Sgt. James H. Kesterson SSG Leon D. Hume First Sergeant Senior Sergeant and First Platoon Sergeant SSG Sennie Cox Sgt. Willie D. Thomas SFC Richard J. McDonald l Third Platoon Sergeant Fourth Platoon Sergeant Supply Sergeant SFC Vincent Mapp PFC Danna R. Jewell Mess Sergeant Company Clerk rf .H pw 3,.4C37fl HW' E' x en nn-UF is K I M .. TEM . .. ,, W .'3Q'1if:?TifQ1, 5, I . M ' EM , Wi' .1-Q. 1 " Q A 5 f if Ei. -1 . i L...-H 5'-Z -EE' fir' .FWZ 19? sew. xi Q -MH 1-. f ifif- M' Q ia' P, yi, .,:- . . ., ,s5x::a.N Iflili' .- if " I 'f5l?f - up ,f'TTE22-,1Z3a, , ' ' J V fzifslslgryg wt' .w , , 'SW' A 3 E E se- .. rl-.1 'dig ..3j.s-ng.-' J -e Pvt. Harry Worley Sp!5 Gerald A. Teixeira Sp!5 Herman L. Geisler Armorer First Cook First Cook Pvt. Val J. Jensen Pvt. Randy P. Rose Pvt. Jefferson Allen Cook Cook Cook 1 l l l l l N l James C. Addington Johnny C. Booker William E. Bostwick Roger Campbell George D. Carlton James D. Carter Donald R. Cummings Ray D. Davis William L. Davis Charles R. Deutsch Charles R. Fenner Grady G. Geurian Jerry L. Guffy Bill H. Guillot Danny L. Gunter James 0. Hackler Glenn W. Hardin Daniel R. Heideman David C. Herren Ethan D. Hokit Billy D. Huddleston Travis Ingram Buddy C. Jones Jerome H. Katz Armon D. Kelly .iMfZVF3.5Z'1'IY-Ri ,W QWLF Harold H. Kirk Raymond D. Kiser Dinnis W. Long Edmund C. Loper John R. Martin David M. Milner Melbern D. Moore Joseph 0. Morton Chester B. Mosley Richard L. Murdock Elvis R. Nickell, Jr. Jimmie C. Nowell Ronald P. Parrish A. C. 0. Partain, Jr. James L. Peagler James E. Perry James W. Phillips Delbert M. Poole Joe M. Portman Woodrow Price, Jr. Keith L. Rastorfer George W. Reeves Joseph M. Running, Jr. Larry R. Sanders Everett L. Scott Sfrdtfli-SM Gary W. Short Robert H. Shurtleff Gerald W. Sikes James R. Simmons Eddie B. Simpson Carter Sims, Jr. James R. Smith Larry D. Smith Isham H. Snowden Louis M. Strasner Ronald L. Teasley Patricio F. Vargas Dennis W. Vebeck Charles R. Vincent David C. Washburn Richard Waters, Jr. Adron A. Werneck Fred T. Wilmeth Herman L. Wilson Hershel L. Womack, Jr. Melvin L. Andry Jerry F. Asbille Ansel A. Austin Thomas D. Baca Jerry L. Ball wcvflnv Q""T"' 'Hb' Ny' 1-....,.,,. iv 'MJ EQZY' ,W Johnny J. Banks Jesse R. Barrera, Jr. William J. Bernos Kenneth R. Bissitt Robert D. Bird Bruce C. Blalack Lawrence Bollenbach Bradford E. Breeden James A. Brumit Roy H. Bullock L. C. Bynog Robert E. Caine Arleigh E. Calvert Otis L, Cannon Manuel B. Carabajal Kenneth J. Chaufee Jose H.'Chavez, Jr. Carl R. Clark Alvin M. Cockerham Thomas J. Cole, III Donald H. Coleman Marvin L. Coleman Robert L. Collier Robert P. Cotton Tommy R. Cumby Wrdaifi-1 Marvin L. Cox Robert Davis, Jr. Leonard C. Dawson Robert N. Dawson Mitchell H. Dedmon Richard K. Dewey, Jr. Donnie M. Dodson Ronnie D. Driscoll Ravie E. Duggan, Jr. Roger W. Dutton Russell G. Earl Waifer D. Edwards Chester L. Etheridge Ted K. Falls Talmadge C. Ferguson Donald J. Fisher Jerry D. Fitts Paul N. Fontenot Alfred L. Foreman William L. Franklin Jose D. F. Galiecos Michael W. Garner Carl R. Gibson Leo G. Gibson Alvin D. Glover Ihr K' lt! Qi 43-O 0""'I Gelberto L. Gochicoa Allen L. Goucher Ronald J. Granger Robert W. Green Fred D. Guthrie Vernon G. Hanbleton Joseph R. Hill Sidney R. Hodge Donovan J. Horn Lawnie L. Hyatl. Desley L. Isernhagen Jerry D. James Grady M. Jaynes William J. Jefferson Paul E. Jenkins Gary E. Johnson Larry T. Jordon Jeral W. Keeney Jerry N. Kerby Delano R. Kinsfather Dell T. Lacelield Michael J. Landry Benny F. Laney Allen Lawrence Lowell C. Lenhart Leman Lewis Richard F. Lewis Jimmie A. Linsey James L. Lowery David P. Lyons John T. Madden Billy R. Martin Charles R. Mayweathers David A. Meaux Dennis R. Melton John D. Miller Gary D. Minadeo David L. Mitchell Gilbert H. Montoya Monty R. Moore Robert A. Moore, Jr. Billy D. Morton Thomas Murphree, Jr. Dewey L. McCarney John S. McGurn Carlos E. McLemore William S. McQuirter Laverne E. McWithey Teddy J. Nash Charles L. Neal 'Su-4 -:Kimi WX X., iff' mi-I wi ,.., L ,, img.. I A Mp- fa- hw 'fb' ttf' "if-.,,.,w 'KEY' -ww Louis R. Oliver Leonardo A. Orrantia Doyle L. Parker Fred L. Parks Alfred L. Payne James T. Pearson Gary E. Pierce Billy J. Pockrus Randy G. Price William D. Pulliam, Jr Gilbert A. Redding, Jr James J. Reid Donald L. Renfro Johnny J. Reynolds Michael J. Riska James G. Roach Larry R. Rogers Gary L. Samford Billy G. Sayre Mikeul D. Schneider Elwood C. Schoonover Lawrence G. Shirley Donald R. Smith Emory E. Souther, Jr. James D. Stone Melvin 0. Strong Anthony C. Snydir Charles O. Taliaferro Floyd Taylor John T. Taylor Ray J. Thibodeaux Charles E, Thomas Ronald E. Thompson Joe W. Tompkins James F. Tyson Richard Vasquez Charles E. Waldrop Thomas E. Waters Johnnie D. Webster David L. White, Jr. Wyatt Whittle, Jr. Roy L. 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Watkins Former Company Commander Company Commander Commenced Training: Completed Training: 25 April 1963 1 A I , A 19 June 1963 1 fe ?ii"'47'531?gi"1'5E.'VHff'f?l9'2?f fffffni mfs2+i.f2r'9'2sf+12:-Q rifisefifrsfzzfi 1st Sgt. James W. Roberts Sfsgt, John E, 'roland First Sergeant Senior Sergeant PFC Ray G. Dickens S!Sgt. Arnold E. Winkler 5fS9f- Harry J. 0d0m First Platoon Sergeant Second Platoon Sergeant Third Plal00fI Sergeant Sgt. Leopold O. Griffith Sgt. George R. Myers Former Third Platoon Sergeant Fourth Platoon Sergeant ' ' ml- N 1'i++-+14 1 ' - WW' S!Sgt. Howard W. Rosenberger S!Sgt. Harry Everett, Jr. Supply Sergeant Mess Sergeant PFC Rene V. Aquilar PFC Thomas A. Sheerin Sp!4 Frederick A. Fitzhugh Company Clerk Adminstrative Clerk First Cook Spf5 Leslie Briggs SPIS Oliver Sumrall First Cook FiI'Si Cook James 0. Arceneaux Donald Asbury Clell Q. Atkinson Johnny D. Austin Nlario S. Avila Harold R. Baggett Julius L. Bates Charles J. Beatty Robert D. Bennett Bruce C. Bickerstaff Gary N. Birdsong James I. Bozzola Lee R. Brothers Charles W. Bryant Robert R. Butler James W. Cambell, Jr. David S. Carrington Donald G. Cassell Julio N. Castaneda Oscar M. Chapman Bobby D. Chase Willie B. Childs Eddie Coleman Freeman Coleman, Jr. Ronald M. Coley iv., ,WA it 'lr-Q-'nf -"""f if is "CFI in-fx "?'C"'-ut IF" 'V if if fs., J. J...-J f mg.,-Q eg H-'X Y M... in-'X 'Qtr-47 iso' in 94--v ' t-. Edward D. Collins Marshall W. Cook Jere D. Cooper Bobby L. Couch David R. Cox Thomas A. Crumb Troy M. Cullar Charles W. Currie Robert W. Curry Billy L. Davis Gene L. Devine Efrain 0. Diaz Ira T. Dixon Cecil lVl. Dulaney James B. Duncan Lawrence W. Dunlap Charles E. Dunn George I. Edwards Loyse M. Ellenburg Roger English Gerald E. Engram Bobby M. Etzel Joseph W. Ewing, Jr Richard T. Ferren James L. Fieldson George T. Fonville Willie Fortune Joe W. Fox Johnny Franklin, Jr. Louise D. Franklin Ronald A. Freeman Edward P. Frey Carlos F. Gaitan Cam M. Gamble, Jr. Billy G. Garner Jimmy H. Garner John Garris Ray B. Gentry Henry W. Gibbs Carlie W. Gibson Leroy W. Gilliam James F. Glasgow Lee E. Glass James D. Glover Linares J. La. Gonzales Santiago Gonzales, Jr. Glenn A. Goodwin Michael D. Hadley Earnest L. Hallman James E. Hamilton qWsHM' mga, Buddy T. Hankins Lee E. Harrison Cecil E. Harmon Thomas S. Harrover Wendell G. Heltsley Jaun D. Hernandez Kenneth M. Hess James L. Hill Elijah Holcombe Arthur Holt, Jr. Charles L. Hutchinson John F. Hotchkiss Orman J. Howton Donald M. lbbot Johnnie L. Irby Ben A. Jackson Burles R. Jeffreys Oscar Jiles, Jr. Herbert W. Johnson John C. Johnson Johnny W. Johnson Ray A. Johnson Melvin Jones 4 Robert E. Jones Paul M. Kilzer, Jr. Victor A. King Bill Kroll Louis Lagrange George B, Lawson Johnny B. Lee Dennis W. Lenox Columbus Liggins Bobby W. Lile Waymond D. Linkous Lewis C. Loving Mitchell L. Lyles Clarence Malone, Jr. Tyrone J. Matthews James T. Mattox Billy E. 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Roger Terry Company Commander SECOND BATTALIO Commenced Training: .3 c0mP'9f9d Tfaii'i""-45 9 September 1963 J 1 Novmbe' 1963 JF' -r ww aW""i"3.'giQ, Aqxll up gum wwawngvfmzp' ' "" fill?-Q, Bi' ' . V 4 V -. V . ., 1 - --- f.-V -.-- i Q- - - 'J - .f e., 1 -. -1--vt '1 wr -'.!-..- p ..-121. -" H 'A' 9' - -, .. . .- qi? ' .'f""'3'M- ' C57 .. .1 -1 +4 -1 '5 " 1, N-A .'..'f'1Af'f'i 5 4:25-is Eiriiieaffi'4ff?4 E:.'f.'4.f'.ia'rL-5-Q. W'-if -I' .-Q-mr..le-i-?s'2Me11++i4s+f'..ww31i-2: is 531 ?a.HLi2fw em 1515.1 ii SFC Franklin G, Ledford lst Sgt. William J. Fieman First Sergeant Former First Sergeant . I SSG John A. McGowan Sgt. Robert G. Edwards Second Platoon Sergeant Third Platoon Sergeant K , PSG Joshua Keakalauloa Senior Sergeant 8t First Platoon Sergeant law... 1 ffp-gig Sgt. Robert C. Pitman Fourth Platoon Sergeant 555, Henry R, pamns Sp!5 William Rogers, Jr. Supply Sergeant Mess Sergeant I , . . . , I ,, . ..- ,.,, . .,,,... , ,, ., .. 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Alexander Tommy Allphin Bobby G. Anson Richard W. Aud Marshall A. Baker Charles F. Barbera Wayne L. Barnes L. C, Barrett Norman V. Barron John K. Bergeron Francis E. Bess David C. Breeding Joe E. Brothers Phillip A. Burks Walter D. Burrows Fred R. Bustos, Jr. Curtis W. Callender Joseph C. Cameron Virgil L. Cameron David G. Cantu Albert R. C2 es Rudy P. Cavalier Pau. A. Chandler rlarold M. Christian Saay R. Cole FE, Zigi? 'vi1'q,1.', 1 4 lr, K 1 ff 1.12331 - . as ' rg: .7-f'J.Pfg.vk, Nu. -tai: a map 'iw L-xLC'e.p.sv1:' -s ' il l l l l 1 l l 'If' A , '-14?-'nav' l 51 2 i S t 5 9 S 5 ff 55 is lf 'iii-.C'.g.In.'e-'2':l,1'P. ' -x'i.Lg.',,' .L U' . .- A-,.. ,I . . . 1' ' v'ffl'W-"7'i?1sswf"QLj+ '.i'.f'S-4l'11.:f+3-'I'3s3' ?'l"'?-PAL'tl't2"f'i1f"'.,,.kWl,, 'I"?X."fI.if',v-fi'-C-A"i'.l." ,'-155 f-EJ 'ffg..,a.lf vans feiirezl ima Y sf-iffy . A+' 19235511 f -,W 5, vm.,"A,m.' Sterling Combs Bobby G. Conder Frederick L. Cook Lloyd A. Cook Jerry M. Craven Carol D. Culp Henry T. Davis Hughie L. Davis, Jr. Bennie G. Delatorre Ronald J. Deroche Jerry W. Dorton Leroy Droemer Jack D. Dunbar James E. Dunbar Gary D. Duke Alan H. Eichenberg Paul M. Ellner Franklin E. Elmore Orson W. Erickson William J. Ervin Ben D. Ewing, IV Ronnie E Ewing Terranee F. Flatt Wayne A. Fletcher Willie M. Flowers J -??eeaf.11f.'f sf I ss, "Zi 3i.i..iLsl'fm-1:IL'i4- iff J. Joseph P. Flynn Paul G. Fortenberry Thomas J. Fulks John E. Gangluff Hector Garza Kenneth B. Gilbert Isabel G. Gonzalez Larry W. Gossett Edgar K. Gray Danny R. Greenneld George G. Greenwood Jerry W. Griffin Elmer G. Grifl-ith Juan J. Gutierrez Harold L. Hall John W. Hampton James E. Harris Wallace I. Harris Charles T. Hart Harril L. Hastings Eugene E. Hawkins, II lames J. Hawkins Wayne L. Haynes Gerald E. Heinrich Johnny D. Henderson envisage- 4313, f CW Billy R. Henry John A. Hernandez Santos T. Hernandez Stephen A. Hofherr, Jr Lawrence J. Holmes Hugh H. Holt John L. Hood Lester M. Howell Bruce P. Hukins Charles Jackson Orville L. Jensen Leroy M. Johnston Bobby G. Jones Prentiss L. Jones Joseph C. Kates, Jr. Robert L. Kennedy Jon S. Kepler Roger P. Key Clifford K. Kilburn Hugh D. King Kenneth L. Kirby Kenneth K. Kleinschmidt Eddie Knighten Johnny A. Kraft Dewayne L. Kragel A -4-1c,,,.w H Darrell G. Lanehart Lurcy J. Lasalle Billy R. Latronica William L. Lawson, Jr. Henry C. Lee Theodore P. LeMay, Ill Charles D. Light Robert W. Lindecke Leopoldo Longoria Eddie G. Lott Bob W, Lovelace Arthur L. Mann Dennis L. Marbach John D. Marek Victor E. Margavio James A. Marshall William A. Martin, Jr. Arthur N. Martindale Lucio Martinez Gordon D. Matthews Dawson C. May Rooert L. Mays llichael t, inayheld F isseli B. lviaynor Jam's J. McCormick - 1 . . .un 3' -V,,,',r. Y . v ff A James E. McDonald Jerry E. McGraw George R. McKenzie Jim E. Moody Donnell Moore Joe D. Moore David W. Murphy Wayne W. Napier Jerry C. Newburg Kenneth M. Nichols Patrick J. Nowotny Edwin J. Ocheltree Fred 0'Quin, Jr. Franklin B. Pace John E. Parker Stephen W. Partney Roger A. Perez Charles T. Pickett William W. Pierce Jerry F. Pittillo Jesse M. Polston Arthur T. Powell Willie Pm , Jr. Milton I. Pruett Henry G. Reed Johnny T. Rideout Robert 0. Rideout Chester L. Rigg Terrence M. Rineberg Pat C. Rivera John H. Roberts John W. Roberts Robert L. Roseberry, Jr. Leroy B. Sandoval, Jr. Wilbert E. Scheller Harry W. Schwab Charles J. Sendejo Gerald E. Shanks Billy R. Shelton Wallace L. Shumate Clifton R. Sibley, Jr. Leroy H. Simoneaux, Jr. Thomas B. Smith William L. Smith Daniel R. Spencer Ted J. Stern Milton R. Stewart Earl D. Still Paul R. Still Paul Stogner -'Wi' xr- v gmt: 'W 'i"Xg-W3 Www 4"'1g . 'ZZ .J'fq..'- u -Fa'-RLfn'1.'nfl.i.?a.:7itli:.sifgfrlfvf, . ,..m..,...-.- .... .. .v..,,....-.-.L...--.M ,. X. .1 451,1- ...i fm, 'imma Bobbie L. Strickland Frank A. Striebel Richard T. Strubberg Billy W. Stuckey Ronald L. Thompson Larry L. Titsworth Ramon Trevino Rogers W. Truett Joe W. Tucker John P. Tucker Charles R. 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