The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 27.01.1971, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 27.01.1971, Blaðsíða 1
r Col. B. H. Butcher assumes duties of AFI Commander Col. Budd H. Butcher assumed duties of Commander Air Forces Iceland on January 19. He reliev- ed Col. Robert L. Sowers,who held that position for the past 18 months. Col. Butcher, who has been in the Air Force since October 1943, reported to AFI from ADC Head- quarters at Ent Air Force Base in Colorado. Accompanying Col. Butcher are his wife, Inger and his two sons: Budd, four years old and Erik, almost two. Col. Sowers will be attending ^various helicopter training and Jungle training schools until rJune. He will then be transfered to the Republic of Vietnam to serve as advisor to the Viet- namese Air Force. Col. Sowers' wife and children will live in Tuscon Arizona during his tour in Vietnam. As AFI Commander, Col. Butcher is primarily responsible for the air defense of Iceland. AFI per- forms an assigned mission for the First Air Force under control of the Commander in Chief, Atlantic. THE WHITE FALCON Vol. XIV, No. 6 U.S. Naval Station, Keflavik, Iceland Jan. 27, 1971 mmmmmW: NEW SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISOR — AOCM Thomas W. Jarrell, left, offi- cially became the naval station's Senior Enlisted Advisor last Thursday in a short ceremony in the station conference room. Pre- senting the plaque that signifies the position is retiring CSCH George F. Norton. Looking on is Capt. Lloyd H. Thomas, NavSta CO. Cuts to be cut by CNO; decreased turmoil needed The Chief of Naval Operations announced tentative plans last weekend to reduce the enlisted early release program from three to two months beginning in July. Adm. Elmo Zumwalt said persons with EAOS dates in July, August and September probably would be separated two months early. The program is expected to continue at least through December 1971. Hospital corpsmen,dental tech- nicians and strikers will not be authorized early release, the CNO said, " to ensure an increased level of medical service for our personnel and their dependents." The tentative two-month early outs are expected to be finalized in February, when the next phase of the early release program is issued. The three-month plan has been in effect since October 1969. Adm. Zumwalt said the tentative changes are being made to allevi- ate "an increased level of tur- moil throughout the Navy and a loss of many skilled personnel."


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