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German and Italian delegation members laid the wreath during speeches at the ceremony Nov. 19 at the Fort Riley Post Cemetery.
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Chief Warrant Officer 3 Luis Frayre, Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 1st Infantry Division, and Rich Watson, Fort Riley Fire Department Assistant Chief, Health and Safety, look at the condition of Frayre’s car seat at the Fort Riley personally owned vehicle safety checkpoint Nov. 20 at Riley’s Conference Center. “Everyone has a vested interest in the safe operation of their vehicles, making sure the safety equipment works properly on the vehicle and people are using their safety equipment properly,” said Lt. Davis, traffic supervisor from the Fort Riley Police Department. “It’s all about safety today.”
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Left to right: Bob Beattie, industrial maintenance technician at the Douthit Gunnery Complex, Fred Siebe, manager of the Douthit Gunnery Complex, and Flora Lewis, executive director for the Open Door Community House in Junction City, stand with food donations from the Fort Riley staff’s food drive from the beginning of October to Nov. 16.
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Col. Patrick D. Frank, 1st Infantry Division deputy commanding officer for support, delivers the opening remarks at the Army Family Action Plan Conference Nov. 17 at Riley’s Conference Center.
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Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Schmidt addresses those in atten¬dance at the Army Family Action Plan Conference Out-brief after hearing the most important issues from the work groups Nov. 18 at Riley’s Conference Center.
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Lt. Col. Jason Taliaferro, commander of the 1st Engi¬neer Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, shows interns with Kansas State University’s Institute for Health and Security of Military Families and Family Members the Bradley Fighting Vehicle’s targets on a digital interface Nov. 18 at the Douthit Gunnery Complex on Fort Riley. Throughout the demonstration, Taliaferro acted as a tour guide and taught the interns about military equipment, personnel and terminology.
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Sgt. 1st Class Carlos Robles, Warrior Transition Battalion, and his wife, Joann, go through the line picking up canned goods for their Thanksgiving meal during the Annual American Legion Turkey Run at the Clamshell.
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Veterans from the American Legion participate in the annual American Legion Turkey Run Nov. 21 at the Clamshell on Fort Riley.
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More than 20 Army veterans and several local joint service members from the Air Force and Navy were honored by Northern Heights High School students Nov. 20 in Allen, Kansas, when the school’s Future Business Leaders of America hosted a Veterans Day event. Students presented questions to a panel of veterans, which included Capt. Michael Merring, assistant logistics officer with Head¬quarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, at the event.
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Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Jason Schmidt reads the book “How to Make an American Pie” by Karma Wilson to Fort Riley families at Fort Riley Elementary School Nov. 19. The event was spon¬sored by members of Parent to Parent for the Military Child Education Coalition’s program “Tell Me A Story: Making Connections and Finding Support Through Literature.”
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Yasmeena Grindle, left, daughter of Rebecca and Capt. David Grindle, commander of the 1st Replacement Company, U.S. Army Garrison Fort Riley and Mariah Brackett, daughter of Jessica and retired Soldier Joe Brackett, participate in the Gobble Wobble Thanksgiving race Nov. 21.
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A family stops to enjoy their food after the Gobble Wobble Nov. 21 outside Riley’s Conference Center, hosted by the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation. Runners ate an entire Thanksgiving meal while running the two mile course.
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Staff Sgt. Wayne McTeer, 299th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, carries the ball during the Fort Riley vs. McConnell Air Force Base flag football game Nov. 21 at Sacco Softball Complex. Fort Riley won the game 26-6.
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Fort Riley vs. McConnell AFB Annual Flag Football Game trophy.
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Members brought objects like the mugs full of good¬ies, above, that they made, bought or baked for the annual Make it, Bake it, Fake it luncheon at Riley’s Conference Center Nov. 19.
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The tomb of the unknown Kanza Warrior sits about four miles south of Council Grove, Kansas, at the intersection of Dunlap and X Roads. It is one piece of the 158-acre Allegawaho Memorial Heritage Park, which is owned and managed by the Kaw Nation, an American Indian tribe.
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