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U.S. ARMY YUMA PROVING GROUND, YUMA, ARIZONA 85365 | VOLUME 66 NO. 3 MONDA Y, FEBRUARY 6, 2017 Y1By Mark Schauer Robert Clark, aircraft quality assurance inspector, and Eugene were inducted into the Honorable Order of St. Michael at a YPG ceremony in late January. With a combined 76 years of experience, the two men join seven other individuals at the proving ground who have received the award presented by the Army Aviation Association of America. The Order of St. Michael is for those who have had longlasting achievement said Pat Franklin, pilot. accomplishment over a It recognizes dedication to the quality YPG employees honored with prestigious award By Chuck Wullenjohn In todays industrial world, electronic measurement devices provide essential information humans used to make all sorts of decisions. From predicting the weather, analyzing soil, generating medical details, or repairing automobiles, accurate measurements are essential. Measurement devices must to ensure they reliably provide correct data. This is done through calibration by verifying the performance of an item and making adjustments to ensure it The calibration lab follows established procedures for each calibration and makes every Instrument calibration vital to ensuring test reliability SEE CALIBRA TION page 6 SEE ST. MICHAEL page 2With a combined 76 years of experience in Army aviation, Aircraft Quality Assurance Inspector Robert Clark and test ofcer Eugene Walters were inducted into the Honorable Order of Saint Michael in late January. From left, YPG Commander Col. Randy Murray, Clark, pilot Pat Franklin, Walters, Air Combat Systems Test Directorate director Grant Ware, and Directorate Technical Advisor Mike Diehl are all inductees into the order. (Photo by Teri Womack)

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2 FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 THE OUTPOSTY2added Grant Ware, director. Their record epitomizes what this award is for: Their whole intent is to improve Joining the Army in 1984, Walters repaired CH-47 Chinook helicopters. When his enlistment was up, he aircraft armament technician, then as he has distinguished himself in work on test programs that include the and the Counter Rocket, Artillery and Mortar system. wasnt something I expected: they had me completely surprised when I Clark, now the Aircraft Quality Assurance Inspector for the Flight Services Division, joined the Army in 1972. After serving two enlistments in uniform, he took contractor jobs at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., and then arriving in October 1980. He attracted considerable attention for creating an operational hazard report relating to compressor stall of the AH-1 Cobra a particular rocket multiple times in the heat of a desert summer. YPGs standard airframe in order to meet the test mission, from specialized equipment racks inside to camera and sensor mounts on the exterior. Each evaluation and releases to ensure the aircraft functions safely, which Clark has overseen scores of times on multiple airframes at Laguna Army It is the highest, most professional quality work I have ever seen, and aviation has a pretty stringent He is the go-to guy for everything Like Walters, the heavily-attended ceremony was a surprise to Clark. At the time youre really at a loss for words, especially when you dont said Clark. But when you think about it, everything that youve done over the years is never stuff you did by yourself. In aviation you are always surrounded by other people, some with more experience and some with less, and with that mix you get Many people helped me get where folks downrange worked long hours, 16-hour days sometimes, six days a Franklin, who has known both men professionally for over 30 years, nominated both for the prestigious award. Bob has forgotten more stuff than Ill ever learn. Gene is a hard-charger who is always eager to learn and always takes the opportunity to delve deeper than what is required of him. He has grown and developed into a subject matter expert in a lot of areas that have to do with aviation ordnance and weapons systems: Hes actually asked for by name by ST. MICHAELFROM PAGE 1 Somebody has to do it 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: mark.a.schauer.civ@mail.milCommander: Col. Randy Murray Public Affairs Ofcer: Chuck Wullenjohn Public Affairs Specialist/Editor: Mark Schauer Technical Editor, Cold Regions Test 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. The Army Aviation Association of America confers the Honorable Order of St. Michael Award on those who have contributed signicantly to the promotion of Army Aviation in ways that stand out in the eyes of the recipients seniors, subordinates, and peers. Their record epitomizes what this award is for, said Grant Ware, Air Combat Systems Test Directorate Director, of Clark and Walters. (Photo by Teri Womack)

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THE OUTPOST FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 3Y3Many people helped me get where folks downrange worked long hours, 16-hour days sometimes, six days a Franklin, who has known both men professionally for over 30 years, nominated both for the prestigious award. Bob has forgotten more stuff than Ill ever learn. Gene is a hard-charger who is always eager to learn and always takes the opportunity to delve deeper than what is required of him. He has grown and developed into a subject matter expert in a lot of areas that have to do with aviation ordnance and weapons systems: Hes actually asked for by name by Somebody has to do it By David J. Horn For people who live up in the cold country, the colder or nastier it gets, the more it seems to get their blood pumping. People get excited to drive through 10-foot snowbanks in minus 40 degree temps to get to work. Coworkers greet each other as they arrive, then share their exciting personal stories of survival out on the roads. The rugs in the hallways are lined with boots that have melting snow dripping off them. Coat racks are bulging with that are hanging on them. Men, along with the ladies, all have red noses in sweaters and maybe hidden long johns, they so tightly gripping their coffee mugs in the effort to thaw their hands out. All the while, empowered in the understanding that the eyes of the nation are upon them, viewing them as one tough bunch of folks to be able to take the worst Mother Nature can dish out, and emerge triumphant. And then youve got us Yuma folks, surviving all that Mother Nature dishes out at us during our winters, here in the desert southwest. Hey, all winter long we have to wear our winter coats, gloves, and hats, too! Does it really matter that were wearing all that stuff when the temperature is 50Fabove zero? Does it really matter that we are surrounded by winter visitors running Here in Yuma, our winter season kicks off in early October, when the temperature of the water in our swimming pools drops below 85 and we have to board them up for the season. Then in November, we notice that our Bermuda grass goes dormant. Finally, we get to that point where we have to sit up, and with resolute commitment, grab that lever on the dash of our cars, hold our breath (because we know theres going to be a brief dust storm), and if its not Once winter really sets in, just like up north, Yuma people get in the groove of just dealing with it. We just know that were probably just going to have to wear a jacket if we have to stand out in the sunshine for extended periods on those cold mornings. Motorcyclists just know that they will probably have to wear their chaps. People sitting on those concrete slab bleachers at the Saturday night stock car races just know that either they bring a pad to sit on, or theyre going to have to deal with the certainty of some serious heat transfer. Sometimes my northern friends will call and ask me, While we have blizzards and tornados and hordes of affect how we live our lives up here, what kind of natural phenomena do you have down there in Yuma that really grabs you by the lapels and After a long pause, I always give them the same answerWell, at night it gets dark and we Yep, surviving winter in Yuma. Somebody has to do it. Shootin the Breeze Reds Bird Cage SaloonLocated in the heart of Historic Downtown Yuma231 Main St. 928-783-1050Mon-Fri 9am 2:30am Open Sat & Sun 6am Come And Join Us!

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4 FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 THE OUTPOST By U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command Public Affairs Ofce In todays digital age, one should always be aware that online predators and scammers are actively stalking their next unsuspecting victims. With Valentines Day fast approaching, Special Agents with the Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) are anticipating an increase reports. The scam involves an online scammer tricking a victim into believing he or she with an American Soldier and then hustling the victim out of his or her money. These perpetrators are but they are quite familiar with Grey, Army CID spokesperson. The criminals, often from other countries, are pretending to be U.S. Soldiers serving in a combat zone According to Grey, perpetrators take on the online persona of a U.S. with photographs of a Soldier taken off of the internet, and then begin prowling the web for victims. The Soldiers rank and other details are often included in an effort to lend credence to the scammers story. To date, Army CID has received no reports indicating a Soldier has been criminally involved or suffered a result of these attacks. But victims of these scams have reported losing thousands of dollars. One victim house to help out her new online beau. In the end, she lost more than $70,000. Scammers will communicate carefully worded romantic requests for money to purchase computers, international telephones, or pay transportation fees -always to be used deployed relationship can continue. They ask the victim to send money, often thousands of dollars at a time, to a third party address. Grey said he gets calls every week from victims of these kinds of scams. It is very troubling to hear these stories over and over again of people who have sent thousands of dollars to someone they have never stress enough that people need to stop sending money to persons they meet on the Internet [who] claim to be in the U.S. military. We dont want victims walking away and thinking that a U.S. Soldier has ripped them off, when in fact that Soldier is honorably serving his or her country and often not even aware that his pictures or identity Y4 Next Outpost deadline is noon February 9thSexual Assault Hotline: 920-3104Report Domestic Violence: 328-2720 Tips for identifying and dealing with online scammers extremely suspicious if you are asked for money for transportation costs, communication fees or marriage processing and medical fees. relationship with someone claiming to be a service member, check the person out. Research the details of the persons story with someone who would know, such as a current or former service member. claims he cannot speak to you on the phone or communicate with you through letters in the mail. Service members serving overseas will often have an APO or FPO mailing address. member will have an email address you are speaking with cannot email address, then there is a high probability the person is not in the military. a victim, contact the authorities as soon as possible and immediately cease all correspondence with the suspected scammer. Report the theft to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (www.ic3. gov/default.aspx) or to the Federal Trade Commission. Your report across the United States in their investigations. Online: http://www.ftc.gov/idtheft By phone: 1-877-ID-THEFT (438-4338) By mail: Identity Theft Clearinghouse, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC 20580 Be vigilant against romance scams, scammers impersonating Soldiers

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THE OUTPOST FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 5Y5 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 113408 ABOVE: The proving ground recognized outstanding Garrison employees at a recent ceremony, and Robert Barocio (center), emergency manager for the Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security, was named YPG Garrison Civilian of the Year by YPG Garrison Manager Gordon Rogers (right) and Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher Prosser. LEFT : Following the ceremony, Davis Tindoll, Director of the Installation Management Commands Sustainment Directorate, addressed the audience and elded questions concerning the recently implemented federal hiring freeze and the future budget outlook. YPG commander Col. Randy Murray praised Garrison employees as the backbone of YPG, words that were seconded by Tindoll. What you do is important, Tindoll said. You have a national treasure here. (Photos by Mark Schauer) IMCOM Awards Ceremony

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6 FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 THE OUTPOST ABOVE: A citizen both of the United States and the United Kingdom, Calibration Technician Iain York is a native of Belize who has worked at YPG for eight years. Here he works with a signal generator to analyze the strength and width of a radio frequency. BELOW: Roy Devine (right), engineering technician, gets ready to calibrate a load cell used in artillery testing, as Lorrain Cook, chief of YPGs calibration lab, looks on. Devine has been at Yuma Proving Ground since 1998. (Photos by Chuck Wullenjohn) Y6 effort to minimize the uncertainty of the measurement. Measurement uncertainty is a calculation of how close a measurement is to the true value. Any factor that affects the calibration must be taken into account including connections, environment, as well as the technicians ability to repeat the measurements consistently. Since Yuma Provings Grounds primary mission is to test weapon systems and munitions for Americas military forces, equipment calibration is a necessity. A rigorous calibration regimen helps ensure the quality of the tests performed at the proving ground each day. YPGs calibration is performed by Support Center-Yuma (U.S. Army Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Activity), which is located near the Range Operations Center in the Walker Cantonment Area. Headed by Lorrain Cook, a 30 year USATA veteran, the calibration lab has been supporting YPG for over 50 years. Cook says TMDE is very much connected to YPG because the work it performs fully supports the mission, despite the fact that the organization is technically a tenant. Many, many years ago, TMDE was, organizationally, a part of she explained. The decision was eventually made to separate us out to ensure we would always remain a neutral party that could not be A wide variety of sophisticated electronic equipment dwells within the lab. These include calibration systems for performing calibration on multimeters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, signal generators, and much more. The huge variety of equipment calibrated for YPG testers varies from simple torque wrenches to complex microwave systems. Our goal is to use the equipment to produce measurements as accurate as calibration technician. To this end, equipment is frequently upgraded to remain on the cutting edge, either at the instructions of higher headquarters at Redstone Arsenal, Al., or on the recommendation of the TMDE Support Center-Yuma lab itself. Technology is constantly moving meet calibration needs here to remain fully capable at all times. We have no Like calibration labs elsewhere, regular inspections take place to ensure equipment functions correctly, operating procedures are appropriate, training occurs, and detailed recordkeeping takes place. A group of inspectors spent a week at the TMDE lab early this year at which they examined numerous procedures and records, including watching people do their work. The inspection was and the lab received an Outstanding TMDE Program Award. We maintain a huge data base a beaming Cook. This kind of an inspection result is hard to achieve and it shows how seriously we take our work, as well as the technical She estimates the inspection team will visit again in 18 to 24 months. If return inspection would be scheduled much sooner. Calibration is vitally important wherever measurements are important, and thats the case at Yuma Proving Ground, for it enables results of their test programs. The American Soldier, who is able to have or her equipment.CALIBRATIONFROM PAGE 1 Pedestrian safety

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THE OUTPOST FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 7Y7Submitted by Ron Van Why The U.S. Army has had seven soldiers killed in pedestrian accidents so far since Oct 2016 compared to one during the same time period last year. Three were killed walking with three while crossing the road (unknown if using crosswalk), and but on the roadway. We must remember that we share the road and you must take action to protect yourself while walking. Here are some safety tips for you when youre traveling on foot: If there is no sidewalk and you must walk in the roadway, always walk or light-colored clothing helps drivers best, but never assume drivers can or have seen you. crosswalks or intersections. pedestrians should visually clear each lane as they proceed. trying to cross, look for other drivers who may be pulling out and not see you because they are looking for utility boxes and parked vehicles block an oncoming drivers ability to see you. in countries like the United States, where motorists drive on the right side of the street. In Japan or other nations where drivers use the left side RIGHT prior to entering the street. before you enter the crosswalk. signals helps motorists see you. walking, skating, jogging, bicycling or riding a motorcycle on post is prohibited. If you choose to wear headphones off post, always remove them while crossing the street so you while crossing a street. Remember, walk dont run. pedestrian walk button, press it and cross when you are cleared to go, keeping in mind that all crosswalks do not allow the same amount of time to cross. An area of special attention is Barranca Road. Most of you know that Barranca Road has a designated jogging lane, in addition to being frequently travelled by vehicular While traveling on Barranca Road please slow down and keep an eye of the day or night. The speed limit is 20 mph when passing joggers, runners, and walkers along Barranca Road. As always if we can be of any assistance please do not hesitate to contact your Installation Safety location, building 2091. Safety CornerPedestrian safety On Site: Blood Pressure checks, BMI, Health Screenings, Stress Exams, and MORE!Better Business Bureau, YPG Police, Heuser Chiropractic, Regional Center for Border Health, Depression and Bipolar Disorder Support, Sunset Community Health Center, Military Medical Supplies, Snap Fitness Safe Kids Yuma County, Southwest Integrative Wellness, Corona Optique, Grainger, AZ Game & Fish, Goodwill, Yuma Investment Group, Boot Barn, Navy Federal Credit Union, Department of Veterans Affairs, with Several Displays for the Yuma Regional Medical Center, : United States Army Yuma Proving Ground does not endorse any one organization or provide preferential treatment to any non federal entity. The Army is not responsible in any way for the actions of the private sector individuals or entities. Any g ift s and//or prizes should be less than $20 in accordance with federal law. A federal employee may not accept any combination of items or servic es from any non federal entity where the total commercial value exceeds $20.00 (including aggregate value gifts to their spouse and childre n). MISSION FIRST, PEOPLE ALWAYS F Y 1 7 1 s t Q u a r t e r I C E C u s t o m e r S e r v i c e R o l l C a l l C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s t o t h e f o l l o w i n g p e r s o n n e l w h o a r e r e c o g n i z e d f o r t h e i r g r e a t c u s t o m e r s e r v i c e a t Y u m a P r o v i n g G r o u n d Y P G c u s t o m e r s w e r e s o i m p r e s s e d w i t h t h e i r s e r v i c e t h e y s u b m i t t e d I C E c o m m e n t s I f y o u w o u l d l i k e t o c o m m e n t o n o u r S e r v i c e P r o v i d e r s g o t o h t t p : / / i c e d i s a m i l A i t k e n H e r n e l A n d o n a S t a c e y A m a y a M i c h a e l B o w d e n A a r o n B r o w n A l f o n s o C a n a d a y T o d d D u m a s J a c k i E l l i s M a r c F r a n k s J a m e s L u s a n i l l a G u s M o o r e K i e f e r M o r e n o Z e k e O v e r s t r e e t R a q u e l P e r k i n s A m a d a R i c o S t e v e R i o s A n t h o n y W a r d S t e v e Y P G F i r e D e p a r t m e n t

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8 FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 THE OUTPOSTY8 1350 E. 32nd Street 928-314-3400 Come by and ask about our new Special Military Discounted Prices. Increased Trade-In Values. Complimentary 12 Month/12,000 Mile Limited Warranties. Additional Discount On Parts & Labor. Other Special Rewards. Free Pickup & Delivery On Service. rffnt bnrfn tb tfn tbtfb ffn tnn tntnfnf nn fn b f rb nrbb bb t YPG Soldiers and civilians honoredAn awards ceremony was conducted late last month to recognize the outstanding achievements of several YPG Soldiers and civilians. The awards included certicates of achievement for support to YPGs half marathon in December, the YPG civilians (Mission and Support) of the quarter, and YPG civilian (Mission and Support), Soldier and NCO of the Year for 2016. (Photo by Chuck Wullenjohn) Recognizing

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THE OUTPOST FEBRU ARY 6, 2017 9Y9Submitted by Paul J. Kilanski, Family Advocacy Program Manager Stress. Everybody has it. The key is how you deal with it! How do you know when problems or pressures are too much? Learn to recognize stress before it builds up. Then learn how to handle it, before it handles you! Are you stressed out? Worried about money, work, friends or family? Sometimes stress can build up before you know it. Take a look at these signs of stress. Find out how to recognize stress before it takes over. YOU KNOW YOURE STRESSED IF. 1. You eat standing up 2. Your dog doesnt recognize you 3. Youre always late 4. YOU FORGET WHAT DAY IT IS 5. sentence 6. 7. YOURE DRINKING MORE THAN USUAL 8. 9. YOU CANT REMEMBER WHAT USUAL IS 10. You do three things at once 11. 12. You lose your keys. And your glasses. And your patience 13. You only talk to people on E-mail 14. Youre always tired 15. YOU CANT SLEEP 16. You keep getting sick 17. You keep dropping things 18. You bite your nails 19. You tap your feet 20. You twirl your hair 21. All at the same time 22. YOU FEEL LIKE YOURE DROWNING 23. You dont have time to feed 24. Your blood pressure is too high 25. Your morale is too low 26. You jump when the phone rings 27. You eat. And eat. And eat 28. YOU HAVE A HEADACHE. AGAIN 29. Your palms are sweaty 30. Your heart is racing 31. You feel nervous and jumpy 32. NOTHING SEEMS FUN ANYMORE 33. You snap at your friends 34. Your socks dont match 35. You yell at your partner 36. YOU HATE GETTING UP IN THE MORNING 37. You drive too fast 38. You talk too fast 39. YOU CRY AT THE DROP OF A HAT 40. You cant breathe 41. You cant concentrate 42. You keep bumping into things 43. You cant see over the laundry 44. Youre never alone 45. Youre always alone 46. You live on coffee 47. Or cigarettes 48. Or diet soda 49. You havent opened the mail in days 50. ITS ALWAYS SOMEONE ELSES FAULT 51. People keep asking, Are you 52. YOU WONDER IF YOURE OK. Do any of these signs of stress sound familiar? If so, take these steps to control stress before it controls you! PLAN AHEAD-Allow more time when planning daily activities. Being too busy can lead to stress. DONT SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF-Shrug off minor problems are not worth it! TAKE CARE OF YOURSELFGet plenty of rest. Eat well. Exercise. Youll feel better and handle stress better too. LEARN TO RELAX-Breathe slowly in and out. Stretch. Take a warm bath. Meditate. Do activities that help you let go of stress. ASK FOR HELP-Share your problems with friends and family. Dont try to do everything on your own. Feeling out of control? Talk with your doctor or counselor.Recognizing

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