L to R R to L Alpha
Start as for Armed Forces. Clip AF's first bolt, and climb up overhanging rock, using excellent huecos and jughandles (10b). Move right, clipping AF's second bolt. Continue right and make a long reach to the bottom of the right-angling handcrack (crux). Jam and crank up the short, intermittent crack, and reach a platform that is high on the southwest corner of the ridge.
Army is currently the rightmost (southernmost) route on the west side of Ridge One. The easiest climbing to the start is leftward up an easy slab, to a ledge system. Traverse the ledge system a long way to the right, passing a small juniper (where Ariel begins), to just below the first bolt of Armed Forces. Instead, you could climb awkward, unprotected 5.6 for about 25 feet to directly reach AF's first bolt. Anyway, your belayer should be on the ground, directly below AF's first bolt.
Two bolts, two handjam-size cams, and some slings and smaller cams for the optional platform belay and for climbing above that to the ridge crest. Even with modern gadgetry, there isn't much pro. In 1975, perhaps a couple rattling hexes....