Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 14, 1965 · Page 13
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 13

Clovis, New Mexico
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Friday, May 14, 1965
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a hVhlv Dot P n°f f m.c car anrf Jnt, om and " ,; H T ing e ^!! er type weapons, polishing their skills to a fine, Exercises such as Coulee 1 M u , , , ouee b ° th a " d are skjlled in delivery tech ' ed & ° f precision. More so, they 1 Crest in Washington State r wca l 3 : ni ^ les of b « th - Throughout the have been participating in Joint Swift Strike III in the Carolt- lar | e or small the skirmish, the deployments to meet bftlshfife U.S. began increasing the power and mission of TAC. After the Korean Conflict, T- Cannon F100 Super Sabres On Another Mission TAC Fighter Squadron Dedicated Fraternity \V'.,it is H Tactical Air Com- stiuh i.-iand fighter Squadron ' operational m>siu!K of the !'. o a fraternity ol dedtcat- 522nd are varied and f r e- ed prott's-uonais, .1 UP.)"!! o: quei-.v dfti-n tunes tax;:iL; t h e ii;.rr. vkilN. a haven of complex entire squadron — other tune.s. tei-'iMea! equipment, ;» culmirn- tatiin-^ on;> n Miuie man '.'••, 'i; riianv ei'i>-ts and a way I!MH stand.-, as ,,:i example o. "' '•'•''-• (l<-'!ua'el towards the a t\piia! '.ear f.iv th' 1 men and i- ,,„, " , . underway in Texas, |are continuing to prove the worth of the combined strike concept. The concept of close a i r support is not new to the military mind. Its potential was fully realized in 1939 during World War II when solderis of t h e Wehrmacht over-ran highly fortified positions which were previously softened by repeat e d attacks of Stuka dive-bombers. Following Wo»-lc! War II, nuclear weaponry dominated the picture. A few nations hurridly build up their force of strategic nuclear armed launch vehicles. However, during the Korean Conflict, the U.S. was faced with a new type of war, a war where nuclear weapons release could not be risked. This conflict had to be fought man-to- man, not with nuclear weapons. H was here that the U.S. realized that a force of tactical fighters would be needed to gain superiority over the com bat /one and destroy enemv replacements and supplies before they could reach the front lines troops. To meet this threat and secure the freedom of all democratic nations, no matter h o w ; Area Men In Service ; PROMOTED ; FORT POLK. LA. — Roy B. ;.Newman, son of Mr. and Mrs : Georgia E. Newman, Route 1, 'Box 74 Rogers, N T . M., received an early promotion to Army pay grade private E-2 following ! successful completion of basic .combat training at Fort Polk. La. Newman was awarded the promotion two months earlier tamed aerial proficiency while than is customary because of '" duty there hj s proficiency in firing the MA squadron memlvr was al- 14 rifle, a high score on the >i» recommended for the I) i s- physical combat proficiency mi;uishe<! Fhim: Cro>s for his 'est and his military bearing nations in Southeast Asia. This ^' 1( l leadership capabilities, 'iliier also was tieMi'nated to The early promotion program rec.•!',,. the dt-st of the new U the result of a new Depart- 'enmkit crew" badges. now ment of the Army policy to rec- wars started by the Communists. TAC proved it could be where ----—•• — — ••. ** v. .,, j J(»\^|.7ivj VCVI 1t VUUJU UC WIlC 1C AC grew in size and strength. I needed in short notice. It also Its readiness and capability!revealed to the world the Com- weretested by quick overseas posite Air Strike Force, corn- JOIN m THOUSANDS SWITCHING TO WARDS plete combat ready fully equipped with flien and supplies, ready to go anywhere in the world in a matter of hours and to sustain itself fof a long period to accomplish the mission. Today and the clotk, the of the 8S2»d .__ as ready evidetretwlAC ilty to react nttKtr.'ftMl ,-« through wherever ffwioffl'1 threatened. MONTGOMERY WARD MENS SHIRTS ft'>!;tiers in a vurld \\rom;ht ,<.,;•,•: -a; ev-rc:-e wi'.'i .> with the fear of communism (>;;••<. ;i\ei,"s, n: n*» pe: i • i' ' s'.ri,.!,),-;! ui a 1:1 is'-.;.in:!i <•;;.-. jna'l w.i-. (!e':a;)ed s;;a;»e<l < 'n-.i ! n( xiprehcn I'.'i ;.i!'Aa!'.l a,; (••.i'it:o.!er !•,: fi'.i- t.:'T-.d:n./ ui n ,-i'i .(-id !r,ar- m Alaska, such a i nit vvt- (nid at A;r K-.r. • I'.,v \ ;',; jv, '"'• .'*?"! tr;i " k '" ''"' "' ^ "" ^ '." tJ l M! '". v The 1 --year-old sold,or. who outstanding aircrew attended Causey High School. •''•'"' nt (l>r 'he third and fourth was encaeed in farming before (iiiarter of i;»r,) went to assign- entering the Army in February ed membeis of the 522nd. 1W5 bine Mev., •!•-,* s I- ' t '.!• V..:;.: t •'• .«.;>." -i of \'> K») Si:pi-r Sabn i- (;nd a : : ! 1 art ; ( a j L'.-id T;u-l;-. a! whii serve red !:;'.> t n e Ami 1 : u\in !•'• •;["...;.!:• I'\ •r.i;r.e-.l unit., t'i a sister ba>o in New Me •Ai ',',,', .n-r;ai ta! Jet-, i^ed t; An Army airborn e\.••;;•., Ta f .'; : \:- lla-e TV.:..:;,..! in ;•.•:•. <»: ::;r;r I'M M' 1 . ,,M;I! .,_ WAYS FIRST Q(JAUTY* re a *,.:; 1 > able t,j IxiNter },.,, ' I-''""" < )f ''I'.' I 'lilted ,,,, . u. 1 •'' Aijot::e: ci:-IN -- anotin-r it-s :l -'' }»:••••.,• b: .M.;:;t the r .J-IHl sqaad >>: v i D.'i I., Sfiutheasi Asia T h e i r '' : ' !"t. .i -1 >,!..:«• s!.r. a'.v ,1 '• Is i ,iii t.un oi t!.,- N,-.v Nb. ''"' " !] - V -" '' i;r "- qilevt lor «-vj'.i... ,'.!.,!! fikliiU J-or O!!..:,-:N , s,|uadiu:i i;.:, uv-idv <i:\;du.i;.y .SOTJ:;! tf {"•'•! ' !: f o.mj-!;>!imelH', u! t 1, lUA-.'t- )<*V4 JyJ „„, y, ( ! the ;iJJ:i-| ,, (ll n ,, tu . ( . Fur tid Hi ,,!!!- cidh am j excellence in sriifi- pro- ,„., i,,rmaiu e oi its main and topu'.s a, varied liuticv the i;ii!f' uas . airb.irn b> T.n.-tical \ir f(-m- jurnj.s, i^ntrr vM-ajn s . ir.iriear niand as liie outstanding tui'.ier Wf.-<;inns. sq;i.l;-ri f.i.'irer's s,|uadron li.r both Us.' timd and »c1ux)l, (i<M'p sea sum\;t! ad- lourth quarter ot !'«,! Sa ' ; ' 1 '' 1 !i. -•''•;• ««',ij,..]i ir, im,, .\ niiiiiU-r o! the M|i».dn, n -< '"•' ' -" l! -'' -^ w '. as i. t u »• i pilots revei vnl !!>,• Air Med.d jtf survival ai'd \aiii, u - awarded by the 2nd Air ln\i- ' of en ;:,•:,• ami jraduaU'a-um m Southfasit Asia for .s.^ Wf SALUTE THE AIR BASE PERSONNEL ON ARMED FORCES DAY MAY 1Sth Put The Spotlights on the Men And Officers of Cannon Air Force This.... ARMED FORGES DAY Saturday May ISHi Short Sleeve Styles For Dress or Sports Wear White and Colors Sixes 14'/2 to U'/2 Reg. 2.99 ALL PURPOSE JEANS $988 Reg. 3.99 Heavy Weight 11 Oz. Fine-line cotton twill continental style w/waist tabs White- Tan - Sizes 28-34 305 MAIN —CLOVIS — PH 743-44S1 SATURDAY SPECIALS AUTO FLOOR MATS Durable Rubber For Front and Rear Asst. Colors Your Choice Reg. 5.49 SEAT BELTS 100% Nylon Metal-to-Metal Buckle Meets S.A.E. State & Federal Requirements Seat Belt Retractors PLASTIC HOSE 50'Length $"188 1 /2" Inside diameter Reg. 2.99 GRASS BARRIER $144 Heavy Duty Aluminum Will Never Rust 4-inches wide by 40' long Reg. 2.95 ZEBCO ROD 'N REEL 2 Piece 6' Glass rod Feather Touch control reel 130 Yds. of 6 Lb. mono, line Mfrs. price $20.90 PLASTICWASTEBASKET 40 pt. Size Sturdy Polyethylene Ideal for Kitchen, Garage, Etc. Limited Supply Reg. 2.59 MONTGOMERY WARD PROUDLY SALUTES THE OFFICERS AND MEN OF : CANNON AIR FORCE BASE ARMED FORCES DAY SATURDAY MAY ISth 'if

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