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Leaders of Fort Riley BOSS program met with Garrison Command Sergeant Major Jason Schmidt and incoming Garrison Command Sergeant Major James Collins on Jan. 27. CSM Schmidt and CSM Collins are scheduled to change responsibility Feb. 3.
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Sgt. Amber Minear, president of Fort Riley BOSS program, spoke during a breakfast meeting Jan. 27. 

Garrison Command Sergeant Major Jason Schmidt and incoming Garrison Command Sergeant Major James Collins are scheduled to change responsibility Feb. 3.

Learn more about the Fort Riley BOSS - Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers - program at http://rileymwr.com/main/?page_id=9
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Leaders of Fort Riley BOSS program met with Garrison Command Sergeant Major Jason Schmidt and incoming Garrison Command Sergeant Major James Collins on Jan. 27. 

CSM Schmidt and CSM Collins are scheduled to change responsibility Feb. 3.
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Soldiers from the 97th Military Police Battalion stand in formation as Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Alexander Murray delivers his remarks during a ceremony to remember the fallen members of the Military Police Corps. The ceremony begins a year-long observance of the 75th anniversary of the Corps.
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Col. Miles Brown, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, commander, serves up Thanksgiving meals to his Soldiers Nov. 26 at Camp Buehring, Kuwait.
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One of Fort Riley’s two main dining facilities helped Soldiers and families celebrate Thanksgiving on Nov. 25 with traditional meals and edible displays. This cake, honoring Vietnam War Medal of Honor recipients, was on display at Demon’s Diner.
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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, serves turkey, roast beef and ham to Soldiers waiting in line for Thanksgiving meals Nov. 25 at Fort Riley’s Demon Diner dining facility. Grigsby and other senior leaders across the division spent Nov. 25 and 26 serving at the post’s two dining facilities.
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First Sgt. Terrina Anderson and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jeffrey Price, 1st Infantry Division Band command team, help serve desserts Nov. 25 at Demon Diner dining facility at Fort Riley. As is tradition in units across the Army, senior leaders dress in their finest to serve meals to junior Soldiers and their families.
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Brittany Toombs, program assistant for Child, Youth and School Services at Fort Riley, was named Garrison Employee of the Year during the Garrison Awards Ceremony at Ware Parade Field Oct. 30. “I think it (is) something that was very well deserved for her … a long-time very dedicated employee of CYSS,” said Danitta Brantley, director of Forsyth East Child Development Center. “She is that one employee who you can really count on to give you the knowledge if you need it and help others to learn.”
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Ashley Rencher, third from left, a Master Resilience Trainer of the Performance Expert of Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness program, provided in-depth team-building exercises to the staff of the 1st Infantry Division Post newspaper Nov. 19 to help refine skills and help people perform better at work or in their personal life. “A lot of these things that we teach are what people do already, but a lot of people don’t know that they can build on these skills,” said Ashley. “A lot of what we do is putting a name to a practice that you’re already doing and enhancing that.”
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Left to Right:  Command Sgt. Maj. Jonathan Stephens, Dawn Stephens, Lauren Bolen and Col. Thomas Bolen, 1st Infantry Division Artillery command team and their spouses, hung the DIVARTY crest on the Bolen home Nov. 20 at Fort Riley.  This is the first time the “Drumfire” crest was placed on a “Big Red One” quarters since the brigade deactivated on Feb. 15, 2006, at Warner Barracks, Bamberg, Germany.  The DIVARTY reactivated Oct. 16 at Fort Riley, and will support the division’s mission readiness by standardizing artillery training, certifying and teaching sections and enabling higher-level exercises throughout the division.
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Jeff Williamson, director of the Directorate of Public Works, stands with other award recipients at a ceremony at the Kansas State University Olathe campus Nov. 11. Williamson accepted the Certificate for 50 Years of Water Fluoridation and the Water Fluoridation Quality Award on behalf of Fort Riley.
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Bernadette Gray-Little, University of Kansas chancellor, presents Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, with a copy of a partnership resolution between their organizations Nov. 23 in Lawrence, Kansas. Grigsby said wherever he went in uniform, people always thanked him for what he does. “Whenever I’m around educators, it’s the other way around because you guys are the ones that are really transforming our country and transforming our youth through the headware,” Grigsby said to KU officials and educators he met with on campus. “You do that in your university each and every day. … I just wanted to personally thank each and every one of you for what you do for us. It’s very important.”
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Brig. Gen. John Kolasheski, the 1st Infantry Divisions deputy commanding general for maneuver, talks about ways the “Big Red One” and University of Kansas can partner to benefit their communities Nov. 23 on campus in Lawrence. Leaders from the 1st Inf. Div. met with KU educators and administrators to formalize a partnership resolution between the two organizations.
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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, maneuvers to try and avoid pressure from an opposing defender.
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Team Victory poses behind the trophy they earned with a 12-7 win over the team from the 97th Military Police Battalion in the final of the Turkey Bowl tournament on Nov. 25. The team was coached by 1st Lt. Joshua Corson (kneeling, third from the left), aide de camp for Deputy Commanding General for Maneuver, Brig. Gen. John Kolasheski. The team was quarterbacked by Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr. (kneeling, second from the left) 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general.
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