|Those who served between 1965-1966|
|NAME||RANK||65 - 66||E-MAIL ADDRESS|
|Those who served between 1966-1967|
|NAME||RANK||66 - 67||E-MAIL ADDRESS|
|Those who served between 1967-1968|
|NAME||RANK||67 - 68||E-MAIL ADDRESS|
| Hetzel, Ralph Lee
||10/67 - 10/68|
| Lewis, Ken
New Bern, NC
|Sgt||67 - 68|
|Rivers, Benjamin Steven (Steve)||Sgt||06/67-06/68|
| Simon, Ralph
|Sgt||67 - 68|
| Tessier, Thomas N.
|Tucker, Alan D.||A1C||67-68|
|Wade, William H., Jr.||Sgt||67-68|
|SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTION||377th Security Police Squadron|
|June 24, 1969|
|TARGET ACQUISITION/OBSERVATION TOWERS|
(RADIO CALL SIGN: TANGO # 10)
| 1. LOCATION: Your post is Tower 10. The limits of this post are the interior of the observation portion of the tower at all times except when on an approved break. (This SSI is applicable to T-1, T-10, and T-Alpha).|
2. HOURS AND MANNING:  Twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week. This is a two (2) man post.As required by the security mission.
3. UNIFORM AND EQUIPMENT::  Uniform will be in accordance with 377th SPSR 35-4. Equipment will be an M-16 rifle with 180 rounds of ammunition, immediately available, steel helmet with liner, portable radio, flashlight (during the hours of darkness), foul weather gear, binoculars, special sighting and observations equipment, and all other equipment specified specifically for your post by your supervisor.
4. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:
a. All persons attempting to climb your tower will be challenged. If possible, you will challenge all personnel approaching your position.
b. You will remain inside the tower to detect any unusual activity within sight of your post. Any unusual or unauthorized activity within sight of your post will be immediately reported to CSC by radio, giving the correct location of the activity upon its occurrance. Location will always be given to CSC in direct relationship to an established Security Police Post and/or in a mills reading.
c. You will insure that you exert every effort to maintain constant proficiency in your ability to distinguish the differences between the sound and appearance of the different types of weapons available to the enemy so that you can report factual and expert infortion to CSC.
d. During hostilities you will not attempt to engage in a fire fight unless fire is being directed at you. It is highly essential that your position is not observed by the enemy. You are the single most important element of this installation's defense. You will take only those actions necessary for the defense of yourself, your position, and your assigned equipment. Unless specifically ordered or cleared to do so otherwise, you will not remove yourself from your tower during actual or imminent attacks of any nature on this installation or the surrounding area.
e. Based upon the lessons learned in this theater of operation, it is clear that your reaction time in sighting an enemy effort,
This SSI supersedes SSI # 19, dated 13 November 1968
|Those who served between 1968-1969|
|NAME||RANK||68 - 69||E-MAIL ADDRESS|
| Carter, Forrest
|Harbert, James W.||Dec/68-Dec/69|
|McKinney, Patrick R.||Aug/68-Mar/70|
|Questell, Edward T.||Dec/68-Dec/69|
|Sherman, Robert W. III||Oct/68-Oct/69||Deceased: Nov 14, 2012|
|Those who served between 1969-1970|
|NAME||RANK||69 - 70||E-MAIL ADDRESS|
| Dollar, Vernon
|Guastella, Joseph A.||Sgt||12/69-12/70|
|Huggins, Jimmy D.||Sgt||07/69-07/70|
|Smitha, James D.||Sgt||04/69-11/70|
|Those who served between 1970-1971|
|NAME||RANK||70 - 71||E-MAIL ADDRESS|
|Those who served between 1971-1972|
|NAME||RANK||71 - 72||E-MAIL ADDRESS|
|Those who served between 1972-1973|
|NAME||RANK||72 - 73||E-MAIL ADDRESS|