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STATE DOCUMENTS COLUGTION 



SEP 13 1978 

MONKNA STA T E LIBRARY 
980 E Lyndale Ave. 

H«ta ; Montana 59601 




ARMY 

NATIONAL 

GUARD 



STATE HEADQUARTERS 

163D ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT (-) 

COMPANY C 19TH SPECIAL FORCES GROUP 

3669TH HEAVY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE COMPANY 

1049TH ENGR. DET. (FF) 

103D PUBLIC INFORMATION DETACHMENT 




INFORMATION BULLETIN 

An official publication. Contains Items of both official and unofficial nature. Official Items have the full 
force and effect of orders and Commanders will comply therewith upon receipt. 



VOLUME 20, NUMBER 13 1 July 1978 

(Effective until 1 July 1979, unless sooner rescinded or superseded) 



PART 1. 
PART 2, 



PART 3, 
PART 4, 

PART 5. 
PART 6. 



PART 7, 
PART 8. 



PART 9. 



GENERAL 
PERSONNEL 

Technician Vacancies 

Announcement of Montana ARNG Technician Assignments 
Revised AFWST Standard 

Assignment of Former Peace Corp Members to the In- 
telligence Career Field 
OPERATIONS AND TRAINING 
SUPPLY 

Restricted Use and Control of Sleeping Bags 
FISCAL AND TRANSPORTATION 
MAINTENANCE 

The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS), TM 
38-750, May 1978, with CI dtd 31 May 78 
SAFETY 

FACILITIES AND SECURITY 
Use of Un-Leaded Fuel in Lawn Mowers 
Work Requests 
UNOFFICIAL 
Federal Recognition 



201 
202 
203 

204 



401 



601 



801 
802 

901 



PART 1. — GENERAL 



PART 2. — PERSONNEL 

201. TECHNICIAN VACANCIES . —The following vacancies are announced in 
the Montana Army National Guard. Refer to Technician Vacancy Announce- 
ment posted on unit bulletin boards for details. 

POSITION LOCATION GRADE 

Administrative Supply Tech Libby MT GS-07 

Clerk Typist Helena MT GS-04 

202. ANNOUNCEMENT OF MONTANA ARNG TECHNICIAN ASSIGNMENTS . —The fol- 
lowing technician assignments are announced in the Montana Army Na- 
tional Guard for the month of June. 

POSITION LOCATION GRADE 

ENSIGN, SHARRON L. 

Administrative Supply Tech Missoula MT GS-05 

BROWN, JON J. 

Administrative Supply Tech Billings MT GS-05 

READ, RAYMOND K. 

Command Administrative Asst Missoula MT GS-10 

MAUER, JACK S. 

Aircraft Mechanic Helena MT WG-11 

MCENANEY, MAURICE F. 

Supply Store Manager Helena MT GS-06 

NATHE, DAVID M. 

Aircraft Pilot Supv Helena MT GS-12 

203. REVISED AFWST STANDARD. -~a. The minimum Armed Forces Womens 
Selection Test (AFWST) percentile score required for women enlisting 
In the ARNG is changed from 59 to 50. 

b. The requirement of attaining at least two aptitude area scores 
of 90 remains unchanged. 

c. Women previously disqualified from enlisting because of their 
AFWST score and who are now qualified under the revised standard may 
be enlisted if the test was taken after 17 June 1976 repeat 17 June 
1976. 

d. Cite this message as authority pending formal change to NGR 
600-200. 



204. ASSIGNMENT OF FORMER PEACE CORP MEMBERS TO THE INTELLIGENCE 
CAREER FIELD . --a. Current policy imposes restraints on the classifi- 
cation of former Peace Corp members into the intelligence career field. 
DOD policy is set forth in ASD (Manpower) memorandum "Policy concerning 
the military assignment of former members of the Peace Corps", dated 
26 March 1965. It stipulates that: (1) Enlisted personnel who are 
former members of the Peace Corp will not be assigned to duty in the 
Military Intelligence Field, 

( 2 ) Officers who are former Peace Corps members may not be 
assigned to duty in a Military Intelligence Field until 4 years after 
Peace Corp Service; nor will such officers be assigned in an intelli- 
gence capacity in any foreign country in which they previously served 
as Peace Corp members. 

b. Please review the records of people assigned to the intelligence 
career fields to determine whether any have been in the Peace Corps. If 
they are NC0 r s, they must be reassigned to another career field; if an 
officer, the person must have been out of the Peace Corps for at least 
4 years or- be reassigned prior to assigning anyone to the intelligence 
career field; please review their personal history to make certain that 
the assxgnment does not conflict with the policy stated above. 

PART 3. — OPERATIONS AND TRAINING 



PART 4. — SUPPLY 

401. RESTRICTED USE AND CONTROL OF SLEEPING BA€5 .~~a. Requisitions 
for sleeping bags are being released as funding will permit and based 
on priorities established by OTAG. 

b. You are reminded that paragraph 340d, SOP USPFO, provides that 
sleeping bags will be retained in supply room at all times except when 
issued on temporary hand receipt CDA Form 3122) for use during authorized 
training on > 

c. Because of high cleaning cost, sanitation and other consider^ 

at ions, certain common sense rules should be applied to the control and 
use use of sleeping bags as follows: 

(1) Bags will be maintained in the supply room except for 
actual periods of authorized training. 

C2) Bags will be earmarked for an individual by name and 
tagged to so Identify the individual. 

(3) Experience has shown that bags require cleaning but in^ 
frequently if properly cared for. After prolonged use, such as at 
AT, bags should be opened and aired out In the sun for several hours. 
This should be a supervised procedure with no exceptions.. 

d. The bags are expensive and are sensitive to abuse. It Is a 
command responsibility to Insure that our equipment is used and main-*- 
talned In the porper manner. USPFO Examiners have been directed to 



include the control and use of sleeping bags as a point of interest 
during their scheduled examinations. 

PART 5. — FISCAL AND TRANSPORTATION 



PART 6. — MAINTENANCE 



601 . THE ARMY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TAMMS), TM 38-750, MAY 
1978, WITH CHANGE 1 DATED 31 MAY 1998. --a. References: 

(1) Paragraph 601, TAG Bulletin Volume 20 Number 12, dated 
15 June 1978. 

(2) Message NGB 231320Z Jun 78. 

b. Reference a(2) above rescinds paragraph 601 TAG Bulletin VOL. 
20 No. 12, 15 Jun 78. 

c. The new effective date of TM 38-750 May 78 is 15 August 1978 . 

PART 7. — SAFETY 



PART 8. — FACILITIES AND SECURITY 

801. USE OF UN-LEADED FUEL IN LAWN MOWERS . ~Un-leaded fuel sh ould not 
be used in the lawnmowers at Armories. ThTere have been several instan- 
ces reported to the Facilities Office where the engines have been 
sever ly damaged from burning un-leaded fuel, since It does not properly 
lubricate the engines. 

802. WORK REQUESTS .— For the Fiscal Year 1 July 1977 thru 30 June 1978, 
the Facilities Office has received 359 Work Requests. Of this number, 
353 have been approved, 247 have been completed, and 6 are pending. 

Armory Facilities 202 

Maintenance Facilities S Others 157 

^5T TOTAL 

Below is a list of Work Requests submitted during the Quarter ending 
30 June 1978. 

STATE FACILITIES WORK REQUESTS 

APRIL, MAY, JUNE 1978 

NUMBER FACILITY DESCRIPTION 

174 Billings Arm. Repair door and replace push bar 

175 1049th Eng. First Aid Kit 

176 Sidney Arm. Replace broken window 

177 Hamilton Arm. Replace broken drain pipe 



NUMBER 


FACILITY 


178 


Butte 


179 


2/163d HQ 




Kalispell 


180 


Billings Arm. 


181 


103d PAD 


182 


OCS 


183 


Glendive Arm. 


184 


SHHD 


185 


Havre Arm. 


186 


Shelby Arm. 


187 


Shelby Arm. . 


188 


Shelby Arm. 


189 


Kalispell HQ 


190 


Missoula Arm. 


191 


Ft d Harrison 


192 


Post Eng. 


193 


Miles City 


194 


Miles City 


195 


Hamilton 


196 


Anaconda 


197 


Anaconda 


198 


Libby 


199 


1049th Eng. 


200 


Ft . Harrison 


201 


1049th Eng. 


202 


1049th Eng. 



NUMBER 


FACILITY 


136 


0M • #6 


137 


0MS #6 


138 


AASF 


139 


Ft, Harrison 


140 


USPFO 


141 


USPFO 


142 


CSMS 


143 


USPFO 


144 


AASF 


145 


AASF 


146 


AASF 


147 


AASF 


148 


OMS #6 


149 


CMS #7 


150 


AASF 



STATE FACILITIES WORK REQUESTS 

APRIL, MAY, JUNE 1978 
DESCRIPTION 
Repair Security Fence 



Paint 

Repair Mimiograph Machine 

Security wire 

Gravel 

Repair Sewer Line 

Lawn Mower 

Repair Security Fence 

Rewire Classroom 

Repair Sink 

Replace ceiling in classroom 

Hardstand for Refuse Bin 

Repair Lawn Mower 

Repair Range T-60 

Weed Sprayer 

Recharge Fire Extinguisher 

Change locks 

Purchase Vaccum Cleaner 

Paint for Exterior Trim 

Shelving Materials 

Shelving Materials 

Door 

Door for Bldgo T~3 

Porch Light 

Paint 



SERVICE CONTRACT FACILITIES WORK REQUESTS 



APRIL, MAY, JUNE 1978 

^DESCRIPTION 

(oiibration of Fuel Dispensing Pump 
Extend Shop Air Lines 
Replace Light Fixture Ballast 
Fertilizer for S,C. Facilities at Ft. 
I rrison 

Conditioner Maintenance 
Repair Light Switch 
Replace Rain Gutter 
Grounds Maintenance 
Top Soil for Land Scapping 
Relocate 3 Phase Outlet - Bay Area 
Relocate 3 Phase Outlet - Radio Room 
Peg Board for Tool Room 
Electrical Adapter for Welder 
Water Vavle for Fire Hose 
Bock Case for Aircraft Operations 
Manuals 



NUMBER 


FACILITY 


151 


AASF 


152 


OMS #5 


153 


OMS #5 


154 


AASF 


155 


OMS #2 


156 


OMS #3 


157 


Fto Harrison 



SERVICE CONTRACT FACILITIES WORK REQUESTS 

APRIL, MAY, JUNE 1978 
DESCRIPTION 



Paint for Fuel Storage Area 

Replace Pressure Valve 

Barb Wire for Security Fence 

Repair Hanger Door 

Replace Doors 

Floor Machine Rental 

Sharpen Table Saw Blades 



JOHN J. WOMACK 

MG, MT NG 

The Adjutant General 



PART 9. 



UNOFFICIAL 



901. FEDERAL RECOGNITION . The following officers received Federal 
recognition. 



CHAVEZ, CHRISTOPHER W01 HHT(-) l/163d AC 
ETZWILER, DAVID J. 1LT SHHD, MT ARNG 
GREWELL, DONALD A. W01 Trp N(Air)O) 163d AC 
HIHNALA, JACK E. MAJ HHD 6th SF Bn 19th SF Gp 
LINDE, DWIGHT C. 2LT Trp B(-) l/l63d AC 
MCLEISH, GERALD E. CPT HQ 163d AC 
PATTERSON, JOHN W. 2LT How Btry(-) 1/1 6 3d AC 



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