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Junction City Middle School principal Mary Wright takes a turn signing a proclamation signifying the 1st Bde. Engr. Bn.’s Adopt-a-School partnership with the Junction City Middle School Nov. 20 at the school.
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Spc. Nathan Wisniewski, his wife, Tammy, and their son, Wesley, choose their first Christmas tree from Trees for Troops Dec. 6 outside Riley’s Conference Center.
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Spc. Nathan Wisniewski ties his family’s first live Christmas tree from Trees for Troops to the roof of their car. Trees for Troops took place Dec. 6 outside Riley’s Conference Center.
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The main entrance of the Cavalry Museum is pictured in this undated photo. The museum is scheduled to receive major updates in 2015.
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A 1930’s trooper, symbolic of the last generation of American Cavalrymen, is on display at the U.S. Cavalry Museum.
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Eleven-month-old Luyz Ramirez waits in line to enjoy his first Thanksgiving meal on the shoulders of his father, Pfc. Ulises Ramirez, 299th BSB, while his mother, Gloria, looks on Nov. 25 at the Cantigny DFAC.  Both Cantigny and the Demon Diner DFACs served their annual Thanksgiving meals Nov. 25, where unit leaders served Soldiers and family members.
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From left to right, 1st Sgt. Jason Harris, 1st Sgt. Caleb Dillon and Maj. Justin Harper, senior leaders with the 1st Bn., 63rd Armor Regt., serve Thanksgiving dinner to Soldiers and civilians Nov. 25 at the Cantigny DFAC. The Cantigny DFAC fed more than 900 Soldiers and civilians during the Thanksgiving feast.
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From left to right, Spc. Takiyah Williams, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Amanda Gonzalez and Spc. Chelcee Thomas put the finishing touches on a “Big Red One” display Nov. 21 at Demon Diner DFAC. The display was part of the 2014 Thanksgiving theme, “The History of the Army Profession.”
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A display honoring Soldiers adorns a table during the Nov. 25 Thanksgiving meal at the Demon Diner DFAC.
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A large U.S. Army cake lays at the end of a serving food line as Fort Riley Soldiers get their share of an early Thanksgiving meal Nov. 25 at the Demon Diner DFAC.
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Pvt. Alexis Gonzales (left) and Sgt. Cynthia Barber (right), HHC, 1st Sust. Bde., fill bags of food items at the Harvesters – The Community Food Network warehouse during the 1,000 Strong Community Challenge Nov. 21 in Topeka.
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Soldiers with the 1st Sust. Bde. rake leaves Nov. 21 at the Ronald McDonald House in Topeka during the 1000 Strong Community Challenge. The “Durable” brigade’s leaders challenged their Soldiers to collect and donate 1,000 food and clothes items and perform 1,000 volunteer hours in a single day – a challenge the Soldiers met and exceeded.
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Command Sgt. Maj. Joseph M. Dallas, senior non-commissioned officer, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, third from left, presents a trophy to Sgt. Kristin A. Salcedo, Warrior Leader Course Class 701-15 distinguished honor graduate, right, Nov. 26 at Barlow Theater.  Salcedo is assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Inf. Div.
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Spc. Justin Mills, supply specialist, HHC, STB, 1st Sust. Bde., renders first aid to a simulated victim Nov. 19 at Fort Riley as he participates in the brigade’s Soldier and NCO of the Quarter competition.
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Sgt. 1st Class, William R. Griffith, master gunner, 2nd ABCT, left, speaks to military public relations student Marin Willis, K-State, senior in mass communications, center. The students attended a combined arms live-fire exercise with the 1st Bn., 18th Inf. Regt. The exercise was a force-on-force engagement with tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles, while the students attended and acted as if they were media.
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Corey Schaadt, K-State senior in mass communications, checks out the inside of a OH-58 Kiowa Warrior helicopter during a Nov. 19 visit to Fort Riley.
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