The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1953 Page: 12 of 18
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2ND AAA AW BN
By Cpl. James Heiniann
Sgt. Downs our former supply
sergeant has transferred to Re
serve Command as a bayonet in
Currently enjoying a 10 day leave
is Major Mixon our battalion exe
We welcome CWO Pollard our
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new unit administrator from the
27th AFA Bn.
A recent returnee to civilian life
was Pvt. Spisak who has been dis
Cpl. Kirk is currently attending
the cooking course at the 4121st
ASU Food Service School.
PFC Roznovsky is currently con
fined to the hospital.
Cpl. W. B. Clark has transferred
to CC "B" as a chaplain's assist
A new addition to our personnel
section is PFC Flispart who will
assist Cpl. Marlow in the morning
Capt. Kinney formerly of Char
lie Btry. joins us for a few days
as assistant executive officer prior
to departing for overseas.
SFC Carter a member of short
standing in our battery has trans
ferred to the 4005th ASU for dis
Cpl. Wayne Wascom is on leave
at his home in Louisiana..
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Among those leaving for over
seas is M-Sgt. Alfredo Sanchez who
was our first sergeant since last
May. Before that time he served
in Korea and Alaska.
To take over the duties of first
sergeant we have M-Sgt. Robert L.
Richardson who was formerly a
member of the 2nd Armored Divis
Men recently returned from leave
are: Privates Tatler Michel Arai
We welcome Lt. Wayne N. White
who hails from Oklahoma and was
recently assigned to this organi
zation. He was formerly a member
of Btry A 91st FA Bn. and prior
to that a member of the Artillery
school at Ft. Sill Okla.
By PFC Charles T. Nin
Capt. William N. Kenney Jr.
our battery commander since May
1952 is leaving us to go to Hqs.
Btry. as assistant executive offi
cer. Lt. Joe B. Herod formerly of
Btry. will be our new CO.
Among our new additions is CWO
Preston Dorman who comes to us
from the 27th AFA Bn. He has
seen active service in Korea re
turning to the U. S. from FECOM
in November of '51.
We are glad to hear that Cpl.
Charles Guill is doing so well in the
NCO Course at the NCO Academy.
He likes the course so well that he
wants to stay there permanently.
Cpl. Patrick Brinegar Pvt. Ro
bert Jones and Pvt. Robert Boutte
have returned from 15 day leaves.
Cpl. Elvis Davis and PFC Walter
Golick have returned to duty from
the hospital where they both were
being treated for the "flu." PFC
James Thomas is now undergoing
treatment at the hospital with a
case of the "flu."
Many men in the battery have
been receiving postal cards from
Cpl. Charles Burks telling them
how much he was enjoying his fur
lough which he is spending in Ar
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from police during Christmas
week saying their cars should
have been tagged "but Santa
Claus asked us to let it go this
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THE ARMORED SENTINEL
SMILING WINNERS from the 13th MTB of the Certificate of
Achievement recently are (left) WOJG Percy L. Burleson
battalion personnel officer and Cpl. Donald A. Turk supply
sergeant of Co. D. The awards were presented by the 13th's
commanding officer Lt. Col. Richard L. Irby. (Photo by Lingle.)
By Cpl. Leonard C. Weigand
Pvt. John Duvall is now at the
AG School Ft. Benjamin Harri
Cpl. Otto Shore and PFC Ross
Graebe are attending the NCO
Course at the NCO Academy.
Pvt. Chalmer Cox Pvt. Ernest
Goad and Pvt. Felipe Miranda are
also at the NCO Academy attend
ing the auto mechanics course.
By now most of the people in
the company have gotten over the
attacks of influenza and have con
sumed the contents of countless
bottles and boxes of medicine given
them on sick call. Almost all have
their healthy complexion again.
Pvt. Edward Silvers has pro
ceeded home for a 15-day leave
during which time he intends to
Cpl. Richard Price is a welcome
addition to the orderly room.
The team of Chaplain Kirkpat-
rick Cpl. Frank Helms and Cpl.
W. B. Clark have come to us from
Headquarters of Divarty.
M-Sgt. Willie E. Sos has been ap
pointed unit Conservation NCO in
addition to his regular duties. He
is seen walking through the bar
racks turning off lights and fau
Sgt. Garland Harvard has been
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Pvt. John M. Najarian has re
turned from the clerk school at
Camp Chaffee Ark.
PFC Frank Fadoir Cpl. William
Harwood PFC Thomas Prestia
PFC Thomas Heaney and Pvt.
Harry Lowe enjoyed themselves at
a dance held in the Hotel Stephen
F. Austin in Austin.
PFC Thomas Hefferman is back
on the job delivering the mail and
beautifying the day room again.
PFC Odis Halstead has departed
for the Far East Command.
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Maj. Harold Hughes took over
the position of battalion S-3 officer
in place of Maj. William Fitzgerald
who is attending Command and
General Staff School at Ft. Leaven
Sergeant Harold W. Rogers will
be the new company mess ser
Cpl. Marvin D. Hayward return
ed from reenlistment leave after
filling his own vancancy.
Corporal Hamilton and Privates
Carrara Conrad Thomas and La-
Court left for overseas service.
Many of the men got some rest
recently after being carried away
to the hospital with influenza. Up
on their return we were sorry to
see them transferred.
Private Mays had an enjoyable
weekend with his mother and wife
who came down to visit him.
Corporal Almandinger is being
to step into
the driver's seat...
a CCC *or
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N. M. Curlee Jr.
LOT NO. 1
Downtown Sale Lot
transferred to Baker as company
clerk. PFC Cane who comes to
us from Co. A 13th MTB will be
PFC Vernon W. McClure was
riding in his tank retriever when
he hit a terrific bump causing the
hatch to fall on his head. He was
taken to the hospital for treatment
of a cut on his head and a swollen
jaw. It was later discovered that
his jaw was broken.
M-Sgt. Randal Johnston receiv
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LOT NO. 2
Thursday January 29 1953
ed his orders and now has himseJ
a job in Austin. When he left the"
company SFC Robert T. Thomas
became the new first sergeant.
You have read and heard about
these ball point pens that write for
15 miles. Well these pens have
nothing on our old standby SFC
Manico. He has a little printing
set and has been making all the
tags and signs for these inspections
we've been having. He has been
putting out more miles of ink than
any of these guaranteed pens.
E O N
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L. A. Stringer Agent
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Lacy, Joe M. The Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 29, 1953, newspaper, January 29, 1953; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth254320/m1/12/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Casey Memorial Library.