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    Military Experience: U.S. Army     
                      1971-1975

Behavioral Science Specialist, Outpatient Psychology Services,

       Department of Psychiatry
, Chambers Pavilion,

Brooke Army Medical Center; Fort Sam Houston, TX   1974-1975

  Basic Combat Training, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
                        January-March 1972

Combat Medic (91B) training from the U.S. Army Medical Training Center,
       
        Ft Sam Houston, TX March-May 1972

The combat medic is primarily responsible for providing emergency
medical treatment, limited primary care, and health protection and
evacuation from a point of injury or illness. (91B20).

                 Psychiatric Procedures Basic Course (91F) training from
                        the U.S. Army Medical Field Service School,

                          
       Ft. Sam Houston, TX May-July 1972

                              Psychiatric Specialist (E-3 & E-4) (91F20).

                      Detoxification Counselor, Three South
            (Mental Health/Substance Abuse Inpatient Ward),

U.S. Army Medical Center,
Camp Kuwae (Kue) - Ryuku Islands (Okinawa)           
                                                    1972-1973

This hospital has a capacity of 250 beds, but central-core medical facilities         
         were constructed to permit expansion to a 500-bed installation.
                     Special training program in Alcoholism Counseling at the

                             School for Hygiene and Public Health of the

  Johns Hopkins University Medical Center; Baltimore, MD April 1973-August 1973

                   Alcoholism Counselor, Alcohol Rehabilitation Section,

                 U.S. Army Alcohol & Drug Abuse Suppression Activity,

                       U.S. Army Medical Corps - Japan 1973-1974

               Awarded the MOS Z Qualifier to designate expertise in
               Substance Abuse Counseling, 1973 (91F2Z & 91B2Z)

Addictions Counselor, Camp Hardy Motivational Training Facility,

      
U.S. Army Special Action Forces-Asia, Japan, 1973

   Social Work/ Psychology Procedures (91G2Z) training from the

U.S. Army Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, TX May-June 1974

 Travels while in Asia July 1972 - April 1974

Behavioral Science NCO (E-5) and Behavioral Science Specialist (E-4) (91G2Z)
   (Z qualifier for Drug & Alcohol Counseling).

"The nation that will insist upon drawing a broad line of demarcation between the fighting man     
and the thinking man is liable to find its fighting done by fools and its thinking by cowards.
"
                - Sir William Francis Butler

CAMP HARDY COMBAT TRAINING CENTER 1ST SFG\ABN OKINAWA

CAMP HARDY WAS SET UP ONLY FOR GREEN BERETS, NAVY SEALS, MARINE FORCE RECON, AIR FORCE COMMANDO'S,
AND OTHER SELECT GROUPS WHO WENT THROUGH THIS CAMP BEFORE THEY WENT TO VIETNAM. THIS WAS THE MOST
ELITE CAMP OF IT'S KIND DURING THE VIETNAM WAR. IN FACT I WOULD SAY IT WAS THE MOST SOPHISTICATED JUNGLE
WARFARE TRAINING IN THE WORLD DURING THAT TIME PERIOD.

SIGNED HUGH R. TAYLOR 1ST SFG\ABN

from:
http://oneshotonekill.org/Blog/Blogger/Category.aspx?CAMP+HARDY+COMBAT+TRNG+CENTER+1S

"When he was on his first short TDY back to Qui Nhon the first week of March
1964, word was received that Captain Hardy, the A-Team Commander at Plei
Do Lim, was killed in an ambush just a couple miles from the SF camp on 4
March....Captain Hardy was TDY there from the 1st Special Forces Group on
Okinawa.  Later the name of the camp at Plei Do Lim was changed to Camp
Hardy in honor of Captain Hardy.  The Special Forces demonstration area on
Okinawa was also named in his honor."
- from
A Salute to the Nurses that Served in Vietnam by H.D. Graham

With Vietnam winding down in 1973 Camp Hardy became a place where military members
tried under Japanese law for possession of drugs were trained by SF and the USA ADASA  
provided Social Work/Psychology Specialists. They underwent physical training, survival kills,
and Japanese language classes, as well as group therapy.

While in training at JHU Mick was assigned to Fort George G. Meade, Maryland

SP5 Maurer did his Practicum for Social Work/Psychology: 1974, U.S. Army Academy of Health Sciences,
at Social Work Services, Beach Pavilion, Brooke Army Medical Center; Fort Sam Houston, TX
U.S. Army Academy of Health Sciences
Beach Pavilion, Brook Army Medical Center
Chambers Psychiatric Pavilion,   
Brooke Army Medical Center
Brooke Army Hospital

PFC Maurer did his Practicum for Alcoholism Counseling: April-December 1973, The Johns Hopkins University
School of Hygiene & Public Health; Baltimore, MD
       - The Johns Hopkins University Medical Center Emergency Room, Baltimore, MD
       - Bons Secours Hospital Emergency Room, Baltimore, MD
       - Camp Hardy Motivational Training Facility, Special Action Forces-Asia, Okinawa, Japan
PVT2 Maurer did his Practicum for Neuro-Psychiatric: 1972, U.S. Army Medical Field Service School
at the Chambers Psychiatric Pavilion, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX
Chambers Psychiatric Pavilion,
Brooke Army Medical Center
U.S. Army Medical Field Service School

While in training at JHU Mick attended a conference on Methadone Maintenance at Beth Israel Medical
Center held at the Commodore Hotel, NYC in 1973

He also attended a conference on Adolescence Drug Abuse in the 1970's at SUNY-Stony Brook University,
L.I. in 1973. Key Note Speaker was Dr. Judianne Densen-Gerber, a lawyer and psychiatrist who gained
notoriety for founding a drug treatment program (Odyssey House) in New York, which involved group
residence and group therapy, as opposed to methadone-maintenance programs.

USA MTC Company D3
   David Piper at USA ADSA  1974
David Piper and Mick Maurer at Del Rio, TX - Ciudad Acuna, Mexico  1975

  Impact Center - USA ADSA
 Thailand (six above)
 Hong Kong (these two)
         
                 Philippines (s
ix above)

            Johns Hopkins University
  School of Hygiene and Public Health 1973
Jerry Carter, classmate both at JHU and at USA MFSS
Psychiatric Procedures Basic Course.  He went to
Germany while I went to Okinawa, Japan.
  JHU Dorms
 Beth Israel Medical Center