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Children display signs of appreciation to family and friends of those who are serving or have served in the military during the Wabaunsee County 4-H parade July 29 in Alma.
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Children prepare to launch spinning tops at the Imagination Station during Vacation Bible School, which was July 28 to Aug. 1 at Fort Riley. The station gave children the opportunity to participate in experiments and bring home souvenirs that had to do with each day’s Bible theme.
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Ginger Reynolds, volunteer and military spouse, acts in a cooking skit for the “Tail End” show during Vacation Bible School, which was July 28 to Aug. 1 at Fort Riley.
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Fort Riley officials and Yamaha Motorsports representatives pose for a picture with a check for more than $7,000 from Yamaha to Fort Riley during a July 29 ceremony at Ware Parade Field. The funds are part of a grant initiative through the company to help preserve trails for ATVs and will help to improve the off-high vehicle training site at Fort Riley.
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Kerrie Wagers, military spouse, center, smiles after Brig. Christopher Ghika, 1st Inf. Div. deputy commanding general for readiness, right, presents the Dr. Mary E. Walker award for her volunteer service to the Army during a July 29 Volunteer of the Quarter ceremony at Riley’s Conference Center. Standing to the left of Wagers is Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph Dallas, NCO, 4th IBCT.
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Dontay Sprague, store associate, AAFES, cleans the work area of the new Hunt Brother’s Pizza counter July 29 at the Express Shoppette on Custer Hill. The new pizza option is open 24 hours.
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From left, Ashley Belunta, 13, takes aim shooting skeet as Brayden Webb, 12, and Oliver Hunter, volunteer instructor, FROG Youth Trap and Skeet Camp, look on Aug. 2 at the Fort Riley Skeet and Trap Range. Youth learned the National Rifle Associations’ 10 commandments of gun safety and six shotgun fundamentals in addition to hands-on instruction during the two-day camp.
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Oliver Hunter, volunteer instructor, FROG Youth Trap and Skeet Camp, background, shows Abe Caves, 12, foreground, what to look for when shooting skeet Aug. 2 at the Fort Riley Skeet and Trap Range. Hunter taught youth about gun safety, the sports of trap and skeet and how to hit aerial targets during the two-day camp.
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Chaplain (Capt.) Nahyoung Frick, 1st Bn., 7th FA Regt., watches Maj. Ivy Williams, 1st Inf. Div. MAPET instructor, as he teaches the class July 24 at Fort Riley.
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Class leader Sgt. Troy Manfield, 1st Sust. Bde., salutes during the graduation ceremony for the latest Food Service Refresher Course July 25 at Fort Riley’s Food Service Lab.
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Staff Sgt. David Nakasone, 84th EOB, far right, listens to a land navigation brief July 23 with others competing for the III Corps Soldier and NCO of the Year titles at Fort Hood, Texas.
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Sgt. Evan Brady.
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Staff Sgt. Hector Pena, 48th Chemical Bde., participates in a situational training lanes exercise during the 20th CBRNE Command Best Warrior Competition July 23 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.
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Lee Beth Denver, real estate agent, Lawrence, Kan., left, takes aim on top of a camouflaged military vehicle July 24 at the MTC, while Spc. Troy Warren, HHC, 1st Bn., 18th Inf. Regt., right, describes the features of the weapon. Denver, along with 39 other members of the 2014 Leadership Kansas class, visited Fort Riley July 24 to 25 to tour the post, receive updates from 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley leaders, and witness the latest in warfighter training systems.
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An M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle crew with the 1st Bn., 63rd Armor Regt., fires a TOW anti-tank missile July 22 at Fort Riley’s training areas. Fifteen vehicle crews fired a total of 26 missiles at targets up to 3,300 meters away.
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Capt. Erik Anthes was selected as the Transportation Corps Active-Duty Officer of the Year for 2013.
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