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Command Sgt. Maj. Jon Stanley, 4th MEB, 1st Inf. Div.’s senior noncommissioned officer; Jared Estes, motivational speaker; and Chap. (Maj.) Nathan McLean watch Soldiers form up an early morning 4th MEB unit run April 24. Estes met with troops later at the Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, main post chapel where he shared his story of resilience and overcoming tragedy.
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Spc. Bradley Hall races through a tire obstacle as part of fitness training at the Rancho Cortez “Cowboy Fitness Ranch” in Bandera, Texas, March 14. Hall was one of about two dozen Soldiers who volunteered for a new Life Skills Training Event through the Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers, or BOSS, program at Fort Riley, Kansas. The program offers single Soldiers a chance to learn life skills like leadership, mentoring and resiliency.
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Soldiers practice newly acquired roping skills at the Rancho Cortez “Cowboy Fitness Ranch” in Bandera, Texas, March 14.
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Soldiers participate in a fitness class at the Rancho Cortez “Cowboy Fitness Ranch” in Bandera, Texas, March 14.
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Irene Starr
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Downtown Alma, KS.
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Antique Emporium in Alma, KS.
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Artistic entrances in Alma, KS.
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Eclectic offerings and authentic welcomes in Alma, KS.
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Stephanie Evans works at the Alma Creamery.  Founded in 1946, the Creamery still makes it’s cheese on site.  Ask to see the “Kansas Cut” when shopping for an edible souvenir.
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Visit the Wabaunsee County Historical Museum and discover the native son who was the assistant commandant of the Marine Corps and learn of Alma’s history as a stop for refuge along the underground railroad.
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Jeanette Rohler, military mom, bakes pecan caramel or original glazed cinnamon rolls daily in small batches at Alma Bakery & Sweet Shoppe.  These rolls sold out quickly.
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Soldiers of 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade change their unit patches to the “Big Red One” patch April 22 at Cavalry Parade Field on Fort Riley, Kansas. The changing of the patches was part of an inactivation/activation ceremony and the 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade also uncased new colors for the ceremony.
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Gen. David G. Perkins, commander of the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, leads a training discussion with platoon leaders and platoon sergeants April 20 at Fort Riley. The subject of the lecture was the development of the Army Operating Concept.
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Gen. David G. Perkins, commander of the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, discusses the Army Operating Concept during a training discussion April 20 at Fort Riley. Soldiers were allowed time to ask questions and make comments during the event.
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A cheerleader from Kansas State University pauses while climbing beams on “The Tough One” April 23 on the confidence course at Fort Riley, Kansas.
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