US Army Training Center - Yearbook (Fort Sill, OK)

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Only those who had the ability, desire and determination to become a soldier have gradu- ated and joined the ranks of the uProud Professionalsu - an accomplishment of which you can be justly proud. As you move on to your new assignment and become part of a unit, you will find that the Army can be rewarding as well as challenging. It will offer you continuing opportunities to refine your professional skills and attain personal goals. Take advantage of these opportunities, set your standards high and you will enjoy success throughout your Army career. I wish you the best of luck in your future assignments. Maj r General, A Commanding . N T xfzf' ft gk , - ,E 1 - E - Ia. ' f ' IE Q ,.,'1lHI.f" mf .41 1 gi 31, fl 1 ,G f J I 74 I I s. Tn P X O ,W F DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY A W HEADQUARTERS, US ARMY FIELD ARTILLERY TRAINING CENTER FORT SILL, OKLAHOMA 73503 TO THE GRADUATES OF UNITED STATES ARMY FIELD ARTILLERY TRAINING CENTER Congratulations on your achievements over the past few months as you acquired the skills of a soldier and became a member of the Field Artillery. You should be proud of this accomplishment. This success will inspire you to overcome the challenges and demands which you will face in the future. The cadre who trained you are among the finest in the Army. The noncommissioned officers and officers in your next units will be equally as dedicated. There your training will continue and the soldierly skills acquired here will serve as a solid foundation on which to achieve new successes. Best of luck during your Army career. You will find the life of a professional soldier rewarding, challenging and gratifying. AEK flaw! CEEARLES R. HANSELL Colonel, Field Artillery Commanding X ' ,, , 5 W I. 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An exercise designed to test the soldiers ability to apply all previously taught skills and principles and engage targets effectively at various ranges. Depending on the number of targets scored as hits, the soldier is designated a sharpshooter, marksman or expert as indicated below. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 23-29 Target Hits .............. Marksman 30-35 Target Hits ......... Sharpshooter 36-40 Target Hits ..... .......... E xpert .l U.S. Weapons Here the soldier must become familiar with the Army's basic weapons. Ranging from the M60 machine gun, the Army' light machine gun, to the M18 1A1 anti-personnel mine. The soldier's ability to recognize the weapon's characteristics an their uses may very well play an important role in the future defense of his squad, section, platoon, or unit. 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' ul, P .jg ,V -1. , ,-W3 H 2 "' . iff I wqnww f. . ..j-limi Fire and Movement Fire and Movement, designated S.P.O.T.C. iSquad-Platoon Offensive Tactics Coursey, is designed to mold the soldier into a tough, self-reliant, fighting unit, capable of performing effectively and to help build and maintain an aggressive spirit thereby providing the will to close-with and kill or capture the enemy. .f ,, A w e . ,sk . I + .Z .f 7'f1"'f Q -V 1 . .M -fy SIIPEE- 5 n f""v'f1r, , . . Ignite . 'we M ,t -null' 'Zulu' N ix.. -.n"f1 of he 'UNM' Il -- M xl The soldier learns every aspect of rappelling rom the proper harness techniques to proper eet and body positions, to the skill needed to Io it safely. 3? rf . www, 333246. ,4 , 5, N as W I-f fi 5 af GSW ws. H' 'MVN J uf' ' ,, , 1' 1 . f-mf ' A 25 i 19. Q VA 1 ni f "X ,vid Wi .2 ,,, -- 1,1 x 1 5-I , A mmm-- 1 wr ,WV ,. , lfufff ' . L ' 3 ij EM.- 'X ' Hgfig. W -, ,, W f M, , X 44-jig? 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The rockets are fired individually or in ripples o 2 to 12 with unmatched accuracy because the computer re-aims the launcher between rounds. Equipment capabilities permit a reduced crew, o even one crewman, to accomplish a complete fire mission including the loading and unloading operations .-x-ga M ,- .. gg ,, , ' iw , , Q, ,f,, f ,A-rg ' " -5 i ,, . ,.. A f- -, 1 , W-it -p may ' .,,v,l,i47 . -' ..,,,., ,- M ,M M N W., , Q2 ' x X 7? im .,,Q W- - 1 Q T 41 . . .. . , .L,C,,.,., A 3. . ig My it .', W N E af fv .1 ' R 3 1 M 11 ' 5 ,,, W . xc QQ 4,2 wwf I I 'R ' 'Q Q F , , v. A "'. 1 Q . J .Wy I WJ aw -'Q rw U., 'ir ' :J ii A ,, ' T ,- , Mr , mam, 3, 'fig' 7 ,Elm ' 'j 'U 'Kp f V V Q, v , 4 ' 'bww X- fmiwh Wt? ' 1 N H NW if W' W X V A Ag wyy-L JL9i'!'w-1.3 X nv QA W W5 x , ,, ,. if" Uffh' .illgff C NV , 4 an ww ,M N W A4 A, A v '1 ,151 EEN E sw my hw 11. W 1 , AES' f '5 ,gtgfg , 1 y i ii :, , X,,,,x W yew, -Sz va, uf . wah ww . y a MAH' S My fra W' if-0 I 'H K., W x 'yr 99" .A . I, MM if Y ,f ,rw wwilffiv A N M .. fm wi , H-sr! 4 in ,F JQIH my v . hm , A :rsvp W wwf' ang, 'En-y in ,asv , W r w 41 . 1. 4'-1 ? x W.. . A , " M L ,-5 ' ah P' W Xvfwo 1 37- " A., X, '-7'4',,., 27:1 M U . In ,ag , f wifi: 'UTS-' :'.m,f , fir" V Y' ev V K 'gp ,- Y YQ 94 5 1 f , " M "K Q 3? v A.V M, www ir MUD' .Jy X W 5 ga-'Pk W- . 4. w'-'fl ' . P! .w! '- ., wr - Q M U!" Jr- ml FORT SILL, OKLAHOMA FIRST BATTALION LTC Lamar Tooke Battalion Commander CPT Richard Kepler Battalion Chaplain MAJ Donald Baldridge Battalion Executive Officer CSM Richard Shinpoch Command Sergeant Major BATTERY F CPT James Sirmans ZLT Robert Lentz Battery Commander Battery Executive Officer Commenced Training January 10, 1986 1SG Joseph Ostos SFC Joseph Schultheis First Sergeant Senior Drill Sergeant SSG E. Sulio lst Plat. Sgt. SSG L. Nelson 2nd Asst. Plat. Sgt. SSG T. Boyd 5th Asst. Plat. Sgt. SPX4 W. Hadden Armorer SSG P. Wethern 1st Asst. Plat. Sgt. SSG J. Packnett lst Asst. Plat. Sgt. SSG W. Wright SSG J. Schermerhorn 2nd Asst. Plat. Sgt. 5th Plat. Sgt. SSG A. Tovar SFC J. Johnson 5th Asst. Plat. Sgt. Training NCO if--it SFC C. Lara 2nd Plat. Sgt. SSG R. Coleman 5th Asst. Plat. Sgt SGT S. Ayala Supply Sergeant FT. SILL BATTERY F1 Abbott, Granville S Adams, George M Arnold, Jerry D Arvin, Harold C Banks, Stuart A Barner, Derrick Beckwith, Gary D Bell, Timothy S Bennett, Courtney Bentz, Bryan E Betts, Dwayne T Billings, Alfred B Bishop, Dwayne L Blagmond, William Brady, Tony M Briggs, Philip L Brossard, Robert D Brough, Tracy L Brown, Anthony M Brown, Timothy J Byers, Jimmy R Calleri, Frederick M Calleri, Gregory M Carroll, Bourise L Cunningham, Leroy FT. SILL BATTERY F1 Daniel, Ronald J Davis, William Denson, Jerrod C Diaz, Lazaro J DiGen0va, Linn A Dontel, David R Drew, Mark A Ferguson, Mike J Franklin, Maxie D Galimore, Glenn Garrett, Steven W Godwin, Glen M Gorham, Lennard B Grayson, Jaime E Grogan, Dale Helms, Bernard L Herrera, Thomas A Herring, Darren T Hite, Shawn K Holbrook, Ronald A Jacobs, Gerald Julian, Sean M Kapphan, Vince S Keyes, William J Koide, Bradford J FT. SILL BATTERY Fl Kotter, James L Krider, Charles C Krider, John D Leauy, Michael L Lind, Dale C Manthis, Carl Marshall, Orlando D Matute, Inez E McIntyre, Charles D McNoely, Robert H McQueen, James L Melvin, Terry W Middleton, Timothy J Miller, Robert A Mitchell, Jeffrey L Monks, Darrin D Natanzon, Yakov Palmer, Charles H Patton, Jonathan L Perkins, Michael D Phillips, Percy A Pitts, Michael P Polansky, David M Pope, Dwayne Pope, Michael G FT. SILL BATTERY F1 Powers, Cameron L Richie, Robert C Robinson, Ross Roddy, Curtis D Roution, Jeffrey M Sain, Mark A Sanders, Shane L Sharp, Rusty L Shearer, Jeffrey S Sims, Joseph A Sipple, Roger A Slaytor, Steven T Smiling, Gregory B Smith, Michael E Stark, Lee A Stimson, Eric J Stoll, Ray L Strange, Larry Strong, John L Studer, Richard A Tewksbury, Todd N Toliver, Edward M Torrez, David Turner, James H Vandiver, Jack D FT. SILL BATTERY F1 Viall, Allen J Vogl, Daniel R Vogl, Todd N Waddy, Darryl E Weber, Keith B Welch, Frederick J Wells, Craig S White, Stephen H Willis, Leotis Wilson, Brent L Wilson, Herman L Wilson, James D Wilson, James R Wimbush, Mario D Wingert, Brian K Wiseman, David L Zumwalt, Roy D ,K .,..k REQ -is-N! ' 1 H. S, if af W 6 , , K M Smgwsk ar.-Nh dl 'SN KN' rx " aw. W . ,,,.,... 'un vw A xi AN. . ,,,, LA :bn Q H-Q wk. -N ,Agua fm ck A ,MN M. ,F 'wu- A 395 R iminm K w. ,.m-P-' we an -....."' ...M 3 Q1 Q? Mi. ,,,J'T MJ' -,,..wv" F.. .Q k J JWQ fr- .aw-"""" Q . Q QQ. 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