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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, recognized April 21 at Fort Riley the two teams that represented the "Big Red One" at this year's Best Ranger Competition at Fort Benning, Georgia. 

Capt. Mark Gaudet of the 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, and 1st Lt. Tim Nelson of the 2nd Battalion, 34th Armor, 1st ABCT, placed fifth overall, and finished first in two events: the Foot March and Buddy Run.

Fifty-one teams competed in the grueling events from April 15-17.

(Photo by Amanda Kim Stairrett, 1st Inf. Div. Public Affairs Office)
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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, recognized April 21 at Fort Riley the two teams that represented the "Big Red One" at this year's Best Ranger Competition at Fort Benning, Georgia. 

Capt. Mark Gaudet of the 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, and 1st Lt. Tim Nelson of the 2nd Battalion, 34th Armor, 1st ABCT, placed fifth overall, and finished first in two events: the Foot March and Buddy Run.

Fifty-one teams competed in the grueling events from April 15-17.

(Photo by Amanda Kim Stairrett, 1st Inf. Div. Public Affairs Office)
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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, recognized April 21 at Fort Riley the two teams that represented the "Big Red One" at this year's Best Ranger Competition at Fort Benning, Georgia. 

Capt. Mark Gaudet of the 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, and 1st Lt. Tim Nelson of the 2nd Battalion, 34th Armor, 1st ABCT, placed fifth overall, and finished first in two events: the Foot March and Buddy Run.

Fifty-one teams competed in the grueling events from April 15-17.

(Photo by Amanda Kim Stairrett, 1st Inf. Div. Public Affairs Office)
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U.S. Army 1st Lt. Timothy Nelson, assigned to the 1st Infantry Division, prepares to drop into Victory pond during the Combat Water Survival Assessment on the last day of the Best Ranger Competition 2016 on Fort Benning, Ga., April 17, 2016. The 33rd annual David E. Grange Jr. Best Ranger Competition 2016 is a three-day event consisting of challenges that test competitor's physical, mental, and technical capabilities. (U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Kohl/Released)
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Participants march along the route of the 27th Annual Bataan Memorial Death March, at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, March 20.
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White Sands Missile Range Child and Youth Services placed inspiration posters from WSMR kids to cheer on Bataan Memorial Death March participants at mile 24.
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Inside the Smoky Hill Museum, guests are given a red, white and blue welcome.
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At the Smoky Hill Museum, no visit is the same, but admission is always free. Thousands of artifacts are stored, but they can only put a selection of them on display at any given time. Every month the curators and director rotate what is on display and include an interactive activity at each spot throughout.
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Only a block away from the Smoky Hill Museum is the Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts. The theater books a variety of traveling plays, musicians and musicals. Although some are more adult-centered, they also have children’s theater.
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Another good spot for plays and musicals is a few more blocks away at the Community Theatre. The theater typically does around 15 productions a year, and all actors, dancers and musicians are from Salina and the surrounding communities.
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Col. Timothy Hayden, commander of the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, salutes Maj. David Lombardo, the executive officer 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st ABCT, 1st Inf. Div., during the Triangular Design Ceremony on Dec. 16 at Fort Riley.
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Members of the Riley County Police Department and the Fort Riley Garrison Directorate of Planning, Training, Mobilization and Security tour a range March 2 that has the potential of becoming a place for RCPD to train.
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Members of the 1st Squadron, 134th Cavalry Regiment of the Nebraska National Guard work on sniper training at Range 6 on post March 5. They zeroed and shot known distance targets. “This is a really nice range because they have steel targets out there,” said 1st Lt. Kevin Rose. “So when they shoot their round you know they hit it. This is a really nice facility out here.” The unit comes to Fort Riley to train every year to do different sniper courses and the machine gun range. Fort Riley is able to accommodate all of the unit’s weapon systems.
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Two Soldiers of the 139th Security Forces of the Missouri Air National Guard work on their advanced designated marksmen training at Range 7. “We just started coming out last year,” said Tech. Sgt. Chris Black. “We love the facilities. Compared to what we’re used to, they have everything that we need. Their capabilities exceed our needs, to be honest.” The unit will be coming onto post quarterly for its training.
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Spc. Steven Gonzalez (left), 1st Support Maintenance Company, 541st Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade, and Staff Sgt. Matthew Frazee of the 267th Signal Company, Special Troops Battalion, 1st Inf. Div. Sust. Bde., were recognized during the Soldier and Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter ceremony March 2 at Fort Riley’s Barlow Theater. Gonzalez was named the Soldier of the Quarter while Frazee was named the Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter.
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Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph Cornelison, the 1st Infantry Division senior noncommissioned officer, speaks during the ceremony. “All these fine Soldiers that volunteered to compete in this event embody what it means to be a ‘Big Red One’ Soldier,” Cornelison said. “There is something to be said about competition. I appreciate it as the command sergeant major of this division because it promotes and recognizes excellence.”
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