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ROTC cadets from the University of Kansas cheer on their football team as players run onto the field before the Nov. 8 game against Iowa State University in Lawrence, Kan. The Jayhawks hosted a Salute to Service game to honor service members. In the background is a university landmark, the Campanile, a tribute to KU students who died fighting in World War II.
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Sgt. 1st Class Frank McCaskill, 1st Infantry Division Band, plays taps before the start of the Nov. 8 University of Kansas versus Iowa State University game in Lawrence, Kan. KU paid tribute to veterans during the Salute to Service game, which included appearances by the 1st Inf. Div. Band; Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard; Fort Leavenworth, Kan., officials; KU ROTC cadets; and a World War II veteran.
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Members of the Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard, Sgt. Kevin Lee, Sgt. Brandon Stubbs, Staff Sgt. Steven Stanley and Pfc. Benjamin Sparks, present the nation’s and state’s colors Nov. 8 before a football game against the University of Kansas and Iowa State University in Lawrence, Kan. The KU Jayhawks hosted a Salute to Service game in honor of Veterans Day. The CGMCG and members of the 1st Infantry Division Band represented the “Big Red One” at the game, which KU won, 34-14.
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The “Iron Rangers” joined the 1st Inf. Div. Band in providing support through the parade, which swept through downtown Manhattan before heading to the Aggieville business district and ending in City Park.  K-State won its Homecoming football game Oct. 25 against Texas, 23-0.
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Coins adorn a memorial display during a ceremony for Staff Sgt. Joseph Cunningham Sept. 18 at Morris Hill Chapel.
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Cpl. Solomon DeBose, DHHB, 1st Inf. Div., sings with the Band of BROs, the 1st Inf. Div. Band’s rock ensemble, Aug. 25 in the Bosco Student Plaza, located just outside the K-State Student Union at K-State’s Manhattan campus.
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Danielle Gaoiran, junior in psychology, K-State, pauses to take a picture of the 1st Inf. Div. Band’s rock ensemble, the Band of BROs, as members performed Aug. 25 in the Bosco Student Plaza, located just outside the K-State Student Union at K-State’s Manhattan campus.
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Students dance as the 1st Inf. Div. Band’s rock ensemble, the Band of BROs, play music Aug. 25 in the Bosco Student Plaza, located just outside the K-State Student Union at K-State’s Manhattan campus. The performance marked the first day of classes for the fall 2014 semester.
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From left to right, 1st Inf. Div. Band members Spc. Harry Choin, Spc. Luis Alvarado, Staff Sgt. Jason Ford and Spc. Dillon Johnson will play in the community band recruited for the upcoming JCLT’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar.” Not pictured is Spc. Joel Dorsett, who will play trumpet.
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Spc. Amanda DiClerico, 1st Inf. Div. Band, plays her tenor trombone July 10 in the band’s headquarters building. DiClerico has only been with the band for a few weeks, but she has been playing the instrument since she was 11. “I come from a very military-oriented town,” said the Virginia Beach, Va., native. “The Army, the Marines and the Navy have their school of music there, so I’ve studied with various military musicians throughout my life. I knew coming out of college that was something I’d like to do as well.”
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World War II and “Big Red One” veteran Marcus Nigh, left, recites the Long Motto Call to Sgt. 1st Class David McDonald, Sgt. 1st Class Sean Payton, Staff Sgt. Joseph Cunningham, Staff Sgt. Aaron Richardson and Sgt. Mark Koehl, members of the 1st Infantry Division Brass Quintet, Sept. 3 at the Colmery-O’Neil Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Topeka.  The quintet visited the VA center to play music for and talk with the veterans.  Many volunteer opportunities are available at the Topeka, Kan., VA to “serve those who have served.”  Find out more at www.topeka.va.gov/giving/index.asp.  Photo by Spc. Amanda Ming, 1ST INF. DIV. BAND.
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First Infantry Division Band members, from left, Staff Sgt. Jennifer Champagne, Staff Sgt. Andre Goncalves and Staff Sgt. David Jimenez perform during a July 4 performance in Wamego, before the state’s largest fireworks display.  The 1st Inf. Div. Band sent seven of its performing groups to Wamego for the band’s largest production to date.  Photo by: Spc. Brianna Doo, 1ST ID BAND.
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Staff Sgt. Andrew Goncalves goes back and forth between the bass and guitar during a 1st Infantry Division Band recital March 28 at the band’s headquarters at Fort Riley, as Sgt. 1st Class Robert Davidson plays the drums.  The two were part of a trio that played a variety of jazz selections.  The band is set to host regular recitals at the end of every month.  For more information on the recitals, follow the 1st Inf. Div. Band on Facebook.
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Staff Sgt. Jennifer Champagne, accompanied by Spc. Wilson Flory, sings Regina Spektor’s “Lady” during a 1st Infantry Division Band recital March 28 at the band’s headquarters at Fort Riley.  The performances featured ragtime, jazz and pop selections from a variety of musicians.  The band is set to host regular recitals at the end of every month.  For more information on the recitals, follow the 1st Inf. Div. Band on Facebook.
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Staff Sgt. Sean Payton, left, plays the French horn during a recent farewell ceremony for Marine Gen. John Allen, who served as commander of coalition troops in Afghanistan. Payton, a member of the 1st Inf. Div. Band, was recently named a recipient of the Finley R. Hamilton Outstanding Military Musician Award.  U.S. ARMY photo.
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Staff Sgt. Sean Payton, 1st Inf. Div. Band, second from left, was recently named a recipient of the Finley R. Hamilton Outstanding Military Musician Award. It honors Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard enlisted musicians who “exhibit outstanding musical and leadership excellence.”  U.S. Army photo.
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