U.S. ARMY YUMA PROVING GROUND, YUMA, ARIZONA 85365 | VOLUME 65 NO. 16 MONDA Y, AUGUST 22, 2016 Arizona National Guard trains at CRTC /Page 2 YPGs ROC Garden Caf re-opens /Page 4 Yuma Community Career & Education Expo coming soon /Page 8 Y1 By Chuck Wullenjohn It was near midnight amid cool desert darkness in Yuma, Arizona, on November 18, 1966 50 years ago this year. Along Firing Front Road on U.S. Army Yuma Proving Grounds Kofa Firing Range, a gigantic 119 foot white gun solemnly pointed straight-up into the night sky. The members of the work crews excitedly gathered behind bombproofs and a countdown began. At the stroke of 11:56 p.m., the gun boomed louder than anyone had heard before and coughed a plume of feet into the atmosphere. The blast caused a upward into the lower reaches of outer space, then land 30 miles away on the proving ground. The shot was a complete success, accomplishing all mission objectives and setting a still standing world record; the highest altitude artillery shot ever recorded, 111 miles. was tracked from ground stations located in Gila Bend, Az., Arizona Western College, Az., and Blythe, Ca. Unfortunately, the High Altitude Research Project (HARP), which had been designed to propel satellites into orbit, was cancelled shortly thereafter. YPGs HARP gun never space. Since that day, it has largely slumbered in the desert. Wayne Schilders, Chief of YPGs Weapons came to Yuma Proving Ground as a 19-year old in 1984 and has worked Monster YPG cannon celebrates 50th anniversary of world record-setting shot By Mark Schauer YPG commemorated the Armys seventh annual antiterrorism month in a big way in August. For the second year, the Military Freefall School (MFFS) helped kick-off the month by jumping in a YPGdesigned anti-terrorism ceremony as dozens of YPG personnel observed. Were trying to make sure personnel on the installation are vigilant on a day-to-day basis, said Col. Randy Murray, YPG commander. Anti-terrorism month Parachute jump kicksoff antiterrorism month SEE PARACHUTE page 3 SEE HARP GUN page 6At 119 feet long, the behemoth gun stares into the sky in 1966. The HARP gun red 30 rounds between June and November 1966, one of the shots establishing a world record for the highest altitude shot ever. US ARMY PHOTO
2 AUGUST 22, 2016 THE OUTPOST By Sgt. Wesley Parrell Members of the Arizona Army National Guards 363rd Ordnance Company (EOD) conducted team annual training at U.S. Army Cold Regions Test Center (CRTC) from late July to early August. Nearly 40 members of the 363rd escaped the heat of the hot, arid environment of the Arizona desert to the CRTC ranges, unlike any other ranges the Army has to offer. EOD units are highly specialized and EOD Techs need to have a broad spectrum of capabilities to successfully perform their mission, in charge. Team leaders need to 100 EOD tasks. Unique training opportunities such as this develop an EOD Techs abilities to adapt to anything they may face during a real world mission wherever they are called to perform. The U.S. Army CRTC plans and conducts developmental testing, with an emphasis on Soldier participation, in the snow, extreme cold, and subarctic natural environment. Although the training occurred during a milder time of year, the environment provided unique challenges for the Soldiers of the 363rd. Initially we had to adjust to the nearly 24 hours of daylight, said Spc. Jay White, an EOD technician with the 363rd Ordnance (EOD). There was also the challenge of adjusting to the three days of almost neither of which have we ever had to deal with during our normal training in Arizona. The CRTC is the Armys cold, winter, mountain and northern environmental test center and is special use restricted airspace from the surface to unlimited altitude. The testing effort is located at the Bolio Lake Test Complex, from which CRTC accommodates a full range of cold weather or temperate climate tests, depending on the season. The supporting infrastructure included facilities for ammunition storage, administrative areas, communications circuits, and an extensive network of roads and trails. Conducting operations and team size afforded us nearly unrestricted movement, said Sgt. Ben Fulton, EOD technician. This provided us the opportunity to test in an area without impeding into other training lanes, and providing safe distances for demolition operations without affecting any other teams training timeline. The 363rds EOD techs were this unique training environment. Mechanics from the 363rd and the 3666th Support Maintenance Company provided support to the maintenance shop on Fort Greely. Partnering with the resident mechanics, the Arizona mechanics got experience in dealing with cold weather related mechanical complications and cold weather environments on traditional military equipment. Although the Arizona National in similar conditions in Flagstaff, the Alaska Guard mechanics provided great insight to overcoming the challenges they face keeping a cold 1st Class Ivan Nava. We gained a better understanding of how the cold effects a vehicles electrical system and we got to install a Snow Plow system onto a Humvee. The 363rd Ordnance Company in the National Guard. Since then they have supported deployments to Desert Storm, Bosnia, Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. Y2 THEOUTPOST News may be submitted to: The Editor, Outpost, Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma, AZ, 85365. Phone: (928) 328 or DSN 899. Visit our website at: www.yuma.army.mil or email to: email@example.comCommander: Col. Randy Murray Public Affairs Ofcer: Chuck Wullenjohn Public Affairs Specialist/Editor: Mark Schauer T echnical Editor, Cold Regions T est Center: Clara Zachgo Marketing Specialist: Teri Womack Visual Information Manager: Riley Williams The Outpost is an unofcial publication authorized under provisions of AR 360. The Outpost is published every two weeks by the Public Affairs Ofce, Yuma Proving Ground. Views and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Army. This newspaper uses material credited to ATEC and ARNEWS While contributions are solicited, the PAO reserves the right to edit all submitted materials and make corrections, changes or deletions to conform with the policy of this newspaper. Arizona National Guard explosives experts train at Cold Regions Test Center PHOTO BY SGT. WESLEY PARRELLSgt. Ben Fulton, an explosive ordnance disposal technician with the Arizona National Guards 363rd Ordnance Company, conducts reconnaissance of a suspected unexploded ordnance item during training at U .S Army Cold Regions Test Center in early August. CRTCs rugged environment provided unique challenges for the Soldiers of the 363rd.
THE OUTPOST AUGUST 22, 2016 3Y3 is meant to heighten awareness and be more focused on the threat. in-a-shield logo of the Armys antiterrorism effort, was also used by every other command within the Army Test and Evaluation Command as part of their awareness activities. Raising awareness and maintaining vigilance is more important than ever, YPG antiterrorism personnel noted. In the United States, weve had Gary Simpler, security specialist. Globally, there have been almost 12,000 attacks and almost 13,000 people killed. Despite these grim statistics, FBI reports indicate more than 50 terrorist plots have been successfully prevented in the past 15 years, often because ordinary people who observed suspicious activity promptly reported it to law enforcement authorities. For their part, the MFFS was eager to participate in the ceremony. This is the second anti-terrorism Maj. Alan Enke, Military Freefall School commander. The ability to be able to train at YPG knowing the anti-terrorism personnel are providing force protection is very valuable to us and our families. that vigilance each day is vital. The importance is to get people to pay attention to their surroundings and report suspicious activity, said Simpler. Its really raising the level of awareness and working together as a team to defeat the terrorists.PARACHUTEFROM PA GE 1 Next Outpost deadline is noon August 25thSexual Assault Hotline: 920-3104 Report Domestic Violence: 328-2720 After jumping in YPGs anti-terrorism ag, Reyes (far right) presented the YPG-designed banner to, from left, Col. Randy Murray, YPG commander; Command Sgt. Maj. Chris Prosser; Maj. Alan Enke, Military Freefall School commander; Lt. Col. James DeBoer, Yuma Test Center commander; and Gordon Rogers, YPG garrison manager. PHOTOS BY MARK SCHAUER Military Freefall School instructor Jose Reyes jumps YPGs anti-terrorism ag into the ceremony in early August. The ag, which sports the grifn-in-a-shield logo of the Armys antiterrorism effort, was also used by every other command within the Army Test and Evaluation Command as part of their awareness activities.
4 AUGUST 22, 2016 THE OUTPOST Y4 Growing up on a farm up in the Midwest, it was typical that kids were taught how to drive at a much earlier age than most kids are taught today. (Except for maybe some of those kids you see running around out in the Yuma sand dunes.) I still have vivid memories of the was about 12, one day, right out of the blue, my dad came up to me and said, Its time. The vehicle, was an old Farmall H tractor. My dad had already prepped the vehicle, using baling wire to attach 2 x 4 wood blocks to the clutch and brake pedals so I could reach them. On that day, I learned about how a clutch worked, and in just a couple of minutes I was using that tractor to pull grain wagons around the farmyard. Our training didnt stop thereit was important that my brothers and I also learned how to back up a trailer, and to drive on ice and in the snow. But it was all done on the farm, with no driving on public highways or into town. My son and my daughter, about four years apart in age, grew up as city kids. When I asked my son one day if he knew how to operate a vehicle with a clutch, he said, Of course! The car in my video game has one. He still didnt know what he didnt know. When my son (and later my daughter) reached the age of 14 or so, during a trip back from town in the car, I stopped at the big paved parking lot out at the nearby boat landing. Sitting in the car, I casually told him the story about that old Farmall H, and how Ive always remembered that tractor as end of the story, he looked at me said, Dadwhy are you telling me this? At that moment, sitting Becauseits time. Did you know that children ages minutes per day of physical activity for good health? This can come from organized sports, unorganized play, family exercise and activities (e.g., go for a walk or hike together, or learn something new together like martial arts or dance), or any combination of these. Boys should have approximately 13,000 steps per day and girls should have about 11,000 steps per day of activity. Regular physical activity contributes to overall health, increasing lean muscle mass and bone strength and playing a part (with diet) in weight management. It also enhances psychological well-being by reducing the symptoms of depression and anxiety, and improves academic Shootin The BreezeIts TimeBy David J. HornPHOTO BY MARK SCHAUERMaria Spolski (right) of YPGs ROC Garden Caf serves lunch to Tom Fredette of the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center on August 15th. The restaurant reopened after more than month of hiatus to allow for upgrades to the buildings heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. The popular restaurant, which serves breakfast and lunch to the YPG workforce, is open Monday through Thursday from 6:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ROC Garden Caf re-opens for businessPHOTO BY GORDON WEBSTER
THE OUTPOST AUGUST 22, 2016 5 Y5 93646 Catch the WAVE & $ AVE CUSTOMER SERVICE IS MY #1 PRIORITY rfnttbt rffntbrfntbt btff fffft ttbtbbtbtftftt bfbtft fttttft Call me today for a FREE Comparative Market Analysis, or with any of your real estate questions or needs!btb 98157 95760 Did you know that children ages minutes per day of physical activity for good health? This can come from organized sports, unorganized play, family exercise and activities (e.g., go for a walk or hike together, or learn something new together like martial arts or dance), or any combination of these. Boys should have approximately 13,000 steps per day and girls should have about 11,000 steps per day of activity. Regular physical activity contributes to overall health, increasing lean muscle mass and bone strength and playing a part (with diet) in weight management. It also enhances psychological well-being by reducing the symptoms of depression and anxiety, and improves academic performance. A 2005 study of more than 800,000 published in the Journal of Exercise Physiology found that higher math and reading scores were associated Safety Corner Regular physical activity helps the body and mind
6 AUGUST 22, 2016 THE OUTPOST around artillery throughout his adult life. He was a member of the crew into an earthen berm in 1992, which That was a quarter century ago, he said with a smile, and everyone else in the division is sort of envious, for few of us are still around. Though he was not at the proving ground for the famous 1966 shot he was two years old at the time -and no photos have been found, Schilders has heard many stories about it. Ive seen video footage of Caribbean island of Barbados, and its an impressive sight. The YPG gun is virtually identical. Because YPGs HARP gun was not programs for the majority of its life, it has sometimes been neglected. When the cover protecting its muzzle rotted away, a colony of bees set up housekeeping in the barrel. An owl built a nest inside the open breech and several packrats inhabited the metallic housing of a hydraulic pump located on the ground next to the gun. An even worse prospect awaited the gun on Barbados, however, as decades of massive rust have turned it into an unusable, decayed monument. But the situation with Yumas gun has been largely solved. Schilders and his crew have cleaned the barrel, spending hours scraping out wax and syrupy honey, even using a propane torch to melt wax. The desert packrats were unhappy when their nest of twigs and brush was taken apart. The owl had vacated its nest by the time it was removed, Y6 HARP GUNFROM PA GE 1 YPG Weapon Operations Chief Wayne Schilders shares his knowledge of the HARP with KAWC Radio Reporter Maya Robbnett as they stand in the shade of the 16 inch tube.PHOTO BY CHUCK WULLENJOHN The gun red its nal round into the lower reaches of space in 1966, spending most of its time ever since slumbering in the desert heat. No one knows for sure, but someday it may re again.PHOTO BY MARK SCHAUER
THE OUTPOST AUGUST 22, 2016 7but Schilders remembers skeletons of numerous small animals scattered nearby on which it had dined. Were taking care of the HARP gun now, he said. Weve replaced numerous hoses, have placed protective devices inside both the muzzle and breech, and have made sure no wildlife returns. Its in decent shape and only surface rust removal and lubrication, as well as careful inspections and repairs here and again. Schilders points out that YPGs HARP gun is a unique, one-of-akind system that might be useful even today. Though the barrels were cast during World War II, they are extremely heavy duty and were designed to take punishment, he again. Bill Heidner, Director of YPGs Heritage Center Museum, says the gun is now a historic artifact and that the preservation measures are required by the U.S. Army Center of the HARP gun again, he sees it as a realistic possibility that makes logical sense. All the reasons that brought the HARP gun to Yuma Proving Ground in 1966 remain today, he stated. These reasons include restricted airspace that extends from the ground to outer space and a huge 1300 square mile fairly remote proving ground. small satellites with a giant gun like the HARP using modern propellants packing more energy than those of the past, said Heidner. Schilders agrees. with a stationary gun, multiple times per day, it can be done cheaply in comparison to a rocket, he said. proposition. Their intention is to get things into space cheaply, quickly and effectively, and multiple times within a short period. When considering the cost per pound of propelling a payload into space by rocket, it amounts to thousands of dollars. With gun technology, that could be potentially reduced to the hundreds of dollars per pound range. So, will Yuma Proving Grounds monstrous HARP gun come to life again? Its an interesting possibility that only time will answer. Y7 PHOTO BY CHUCK WULLENJOHNOf the three that were built, only YPGs HARP gun remains in operational condition today. The last time it red was in 1992. The HARP is constructed of two Navy 16 inch battleship gun tubes originally constructed in 1942. Records do not state the detailed history of the guns prior to their arrival at YPG PHOTO BY CHUCK WULLENJOHN
8 AUGUST 22, 2016 THE OUTPOSTY8 w97603 Several workforce development agencies will be hosting a Career & the Yuma Civic Center at 1440 West Desert Hills Drive from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Local workforce development agencies have once again joined Career & Education Expo to serve the Yuma community. Last year, over 100 employers, schools and resource agencies participated in this event. The date and times have been adjusted to meet the demands of the employers. Registration is now open for employers to secure a spot at this event. We recommend that employers register early as there is limited space no cost to register. Achieve Human Services and partnering agencies will also simultaneously host their 6th Annual DREAM Job Fair for people with disabilities in conjunction with the Career & Education Expo. Many of the companies hiring at the Expo require on-line applications. A resource center will be available on site with computers for job seekers to use so applicants can apply online. In addition, space will be provided for employers to conduct interviews at the Expo as well. In addition to the Career & Education Expo, employment preparation workshops will be held at the University of Phoenix 899 East Plaza Circle, Yuma, AZ on August 31st from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. We recommend that job seekers planning to attend the Expo invest the time to attend the workshops so that they are totally prepared to meet with the employers. Job seekers attending the Expo should have copies of their resumes in hand and be dressed for possible on-site interviews. Employers or job seekers with questions concerning the job fair, can contact one of the below participating organizations for additional information. (YPIC) 928-329-0990Yuma Community Career & Education Expo coming soon SEE CAREER EXPO page 11
THE OUTPOST AUGUST 22, 2016 9 Submitted by Paul J. Kilanski, Family Advocacy Program Specialist If you are stressed out, you probably know it. But did you know that exercise is one of the best ways to deal with stress? Exercise helps your mind and body. Stress produces chemicals in your body that make you feel edgy and tense. Your heart beats faster. Your muscles tighten. You breathe harder and your blood pressure goes up. Exercise reduces stress-related chemicals in the body. It can reduce muscle tension and take your mind off problems. Choose activities youll enjoy. The type of activity that will best relieve your stress depends on your personality and lifestyle. If you usually do quiet activities, vigorous exercise may be best. If you are active, calming exercise may be better. Remember, one of the stressits fun. Use aerobic exercise to relieve stress and help you feel energized. For most of us, aerobic exercise (the kind that raises your heart rate) is the best all-around stress reliever. Try adding aerobic exercise into your daily life. Take regular walks. Swim, jog or ride a bike. Turn household chores like mopping or raking into a workout. To get the stress-reducing out hard enough that you lightly sweat and your heart beats faster, but not so hard that you cant talk while you are exercising. If youre the type of person who is always on the go, calming exercise may be a good stress reducer for you. Calming exercises reverse the bodys stress response. Your breathing and heart rate slow and your muscles relax. Add calming exercise to your daily routine. Take breaks to stretch. Stroll around the neighborhood after dinner. Relax with a yoga video. Enroll in a tai chi class. Take exercise breaks when you are feeling stressed. Having a tough day at work? Take a walk on your break. Feeling hot under the collar? Go for a swim. Do you like music? Dance, dance, dance your stress away. Dont have enough time for your family? Take a bike ride with your kids. Try for 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity on most days. (Add up 10 minutes here and 10 minutes there to make your total.) If you cant exercise that much, dont stress out! Do what you can. Even a little exercise can help! Make stress-reducing exercise part of your routine. Stress causes many health problems. It contributes to heart disease, high blood pressure, accidents, depression and back pain. Some scientists think its the underlying cause of as many as doctors. Exercise is one good way to reduce stress. Y9 TLC MANAGEMENT Themis & Paul Cavanagh928.726.5557670 E 32nd St, Ste 9WWW.TLCMANAGEMENT.NETFind the Rental Home YOU Deserve AS A VETERAN,PAUL UNDERST ANDS THE NEEDS OF RELOCA TING MILIT ARY F AMILIES AND IS DEDICA TED TO ASSISTING ALL F AMILIES IN LOCA TING THEIR NEXT RENT AL HOME. HE IS ALSO A RETIRED PEACE OFFICER WHO IS VERY SENSITIVE TO THE PARTICULAR NEEDS OF PLACING LA W ENFORCEMENT AND THEIR F AMILIES. RESPONSIVE CONCERNED RELIABLE HERE FOR YOU! By Sean P. Underhill, DES Operations Ofcer The Yuma Proving Ground Access Control Policy has been updated, approved and signed by the on August 15th. Some of the updates that may affect you as you travel through the Gates and Visitor Control Center are as follows: Commercial delivery drivers must be vetted whether escorted or not. We are now conducting NCICIII criminal history checks on all personnel requesting access to YPG. Those delivering ammunition to Kofa Firing Range have already been vetted and do not require a pass, they can be escorted once their bill of lading and seals are authenticated. DoD retired and dependent accepted for access onto Walker or Kofa Cantonment Areas. Those individuals must get a pass and have a valid purpose for entering those personnel from entering restricted areas. YPG Military Spouses with a works on Walker and they share a vehicle or participate in Family Readiness activities) are authorized an extended local access badge with Walker access. (Those who live on YPG will get a resident badge, those living off post will get a visitor badge with Howard and Walker access). Non-Military members who need extended access for a family member holder, housing resident or cleared contractor, can request an extended pass due to hardship. The employee must submit a hardship request to their organization director. The director must then prepare a letter of endorsement detailing the nature of the hardship and the impact on the employee should the hardship exception be denied, and submit it to the Director of Emergency Services. If the hardship exception is approved, the director will be contacted to complete a sponsor packet for access. Upon receipt of the sponsor packet a NCIC-III check will be completed for the family member requesting access and once clearance is received will be issued for the appropriate cantonment areas. Those with Walker (W) on their local access badge can use it to get through Price School Gate. (Ensure that the badge is inserted face up so that the guard can see the W to allow access). If the gate is not opening for you in a reasonable time, the guard operating the gate can be reached at 928-328-2806. USAG-YPG employee spouses are authorized a local access badge for Howard Cantonment only. This will be good for up to 6 months at a time. In place of the fee-based RAPIDGate program, local vendors are authorized a local access badge for up to 6 months at a time. They are still required to show proof of delivery or service at the manned access control gate. RAPIDGate badges will still be accepted at the authorized gates. REAL ID Act requirements added: Check the Department of Homeland Security and Arizona Motor Vehicle Division websites for more details. Hunting access permits and weapons registration processed solely through the Visitor Control Center in collaboration with the YPG Environmental Sciences Division. Any questions or comments can be directed to the Visitor Control Center at 928-328-6668 or DES Operations Exercise and stress Access Control Updates
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