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Members of the “Big Red One” Brass Band play “Killing Me Softly” as arranged by the Youngblood Brass Band during their Spring Concert Series “The History of the Division” at the C.L. Hoover Opera House May 25 in Junction City, Kansas.
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The 1st Infantry Division Band plays alongside members of the Junction City Community Band during their Spring Concert Series “The History of the Division” at the C.L. Hoover Opera House May 25 in Junction City, Kansas. The concert showcased the history of the division over the last 100 years.
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Brig. Gen. Patrick D. Frank, 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley acting senior commander, thanks members of the 1st Inf. Div. Band for their support and performance during the ceremony commemorating U.S. involvement in World War I at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri, April 6.
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Members of the 1st Infantry Division’s Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard, dressed in World War I “doughboy” uniforms, provided support to America’s national ceremony commemorating the centennial of the United States entry into World War I April 6 at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Members of the 1st Infantry Division’s Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard, dressed in World War I “doughboy” uniforms, provided support to America’s national ceremony commemorating the centennial of the United States entry into World War I April 6 at the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.
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The “Big Red One” Brass Band plays for a gymnasium full of students from USD 346 at Jayhawk Elementary School, Mound City, Kansas, March 7. The band played as part of the Music In Our Schools celebration held during the month of March.
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Members of the “Big Red One” Brass Band exchange high fives with students following a concert at Jayhawk Elementary School, Mound City, Kansas, March 7.
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The 1st Infantry Division Band plays service songs during the 2016 Armed Forces Bowl Dec. 23, 2016. The band traveled to Amon C. Carter Stadium at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.
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The 1st Infantry Division Band plays to a live crowd during the 2016 Armed Forces Bowl at Amon C. Carter Stadium in Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 23, 2016. The band prefaced this performance with a smaller performance by their brass section at the ticket booth.
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Kellie Pickler, an American country music artist, performs for deployed service members during a USO Christmas Eve show Dec. 24, 2016 in Baghdad, Iraq. Pickler who has travelled 11 times with USO, headlined the event. Pickler, accompanied by her husband, Kyle Jacobs, performed a medley of holiday songs and a few of her own songs.  Capt. Jessica Deason, a human resources plans and operations officer for Combined Joint Forces Land Component Command – Operation Inherent Resolve, brought Pickler and her husband, guitarist Kyle Jacobs, along with chef Robert Irvine, his wife, wrestler Gail Kim, and New York Friars Club Roastmaster General Jeff Ross to the base to perform for the holidays.
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Audience members braved the incoming snow and frigid cold to watch the 1st Infantry Division Band and the Junction City Community Band play holiday favorites during their concert at the C.L. Hoover Opera House Dec. 17 in Junction City, Kansas, the second night of their two-night revue. The “Big Red One” band played classic favorites and special renditions of holiday songs during the concert, which also featured band members who are deployed.
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Audience members braved the incoming snow and frigid cold to watch the 1st Infantry Division Band and the Junction City Community Band play holiday favorites during their concert at the C.L. Hoover Opera House Dec. 17 in Junction City, Kansas, the second night of their two-night revue. The “Big Red One” band played classic favorites and special renditions of holiday songs during the concert, which also featured band members who are deployed.
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Soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division Band perform at the Pearl Harbor Day concert Dec. 7 at the Peace Memorial Auditorium in Manhattan, Kansas. “We love playing in this facility because of the history and how much it shows Fort Riley and the 1st Infantry Division is supported in the community,” said Spc. Lawrence Evans, senior producer for the band. “We love playing here.”
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Spc. Lawrence Evans, senior producer for the 1st Infantry Division Band, sings “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas” at the Pearl Harbor Day concert Dec. 7 at the Peace Memorial Auditorium in Manhattan, Kansas.
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Jim Sharp, a former 1st Infantry Division Soldier, holds a sign bearing the name of one of the 101 Riley County men who lost his life during World War II during “Taps” at the end of the Pearl Harbor Day concert Dec. 7 at the Peace Memorial Auditorium in Manhattan, Kansas. The auditorium serves as a living memorial for those men.
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Guests listen to members of the 1st Infantry Division band as they play holiday carols Dec. 9 during “A 1st Division World War I Christmas Reception” at the Fort Riley U.S. Cavalry Museum. Members of the Friends of the Fort Riley Museums hosted the free annual event for guests to tour the museum, enjoy light refreshments, listen to music and admire people dressed in era appropriate attire. The World War I theme stemmed from the number of World War I era displays available at the U.S. Cavalry Museum and the upcoming 100th anniversary, said Bob Smith, director of the Fort Riley Museum Division. “We thought this is the 100th anniversary coming up for the 1st division and World War I, the Center of Military History, who I work for, decided we should start commemorating the 100th anniversary, so we thought, we have World War I there, we have World War I here, let’s do A World War I Christmas,” he said.
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