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Soldiers participate in the Body Pump class at Whitside Fitness Center July 11 as part of unit physical training.
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Maj. George Bolton, the 1st Infantry Division commanding general’s executive officer; casualty carries Maj. Ben Flynn, secretary of the general staff, during the Murph Challenge July 6 at Craig Fitness Center on Fort Riley. The casualty carry was added after all of the team members completed the Murph Challenge.
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Col. John Lawrence, incoming commander of the Fort Riley garrison, greets Command Sgt. Major Billy Counts, senior noncommissioned officer of the 97th Military Police Battalion, in the receiving line during the garrison change of command ceremony July 13 at Riley’s Conference Center. At right is administrative specialist Tara Pierce.
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Col. Andrew Cole Jr., outgoing garrison commander, addresses the Soldiers, civilians and family members for the last time before leaving Fort Riley during a change of command ceremony July 13 at Riley’s Conference Center. Cole will become the chief of staff at the Maneuver Command Center of Excellence in Fort Benning, Georgia.
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Col. Andrew Cole Jr., outgoing garrison commander, hands the guidon to Joe Capps, Installation Management Command Central Region director, signifying the end of his command at Fort Riley July 13 at Riley’s Conference Center.
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Left to right, Command Sgt. Maj. James Collins, U.S. Army Garrison Fort Riley senior noncommissioned officer, Col. Andrew Cole Jr., outgoing garrison commander, Joe Capps, Installation Management Command Central Region director, and Col. John Lawrence, incoming garrison commander, prepare to conduct a change of command ceremony July 13 at Riley’s Conference Center.
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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, left, talks about the contributions of the Cole family before the change of command ceremony July 13 at Riley’s Conference Center. Col. Andrew Cole Jr. pictured with his wife Charlotte, was the garrison commander at Fort Riley for three years. Col. John Lawrence took command during the ceremony.
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Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby Jr., 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley commanding general, passes the brigade colors to Col. David Gardner, commander of 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Inf. Div., July 15 at a change of command and responsibility ceremony. Gardner took command from Col. Miles E. Brown, who led the brigade for two years.
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Lincoln Connell, a cadet from the U.S. Military Academy, participates in an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle simulator with Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 34th Armor Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, at the close combat tactical training, or CCTT, center June 23.  Connell is at Fort Riley as part of the Cadet Troop Leader Training program, a three to four-week program designed to give cadets the opportunity to experience leadership by serving in lieutenant-level positions in active-duty Army units.
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“Dagger” brigade Soldiers, led by Col. Miles Brown, commander of 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, are welcomed home at a ceremony held July 7 at Fort Riley. About 5,000 Dagger Soldiers are returning home from a nine-month Southwest Asia deployment where they supported and were hosted by multiple partner nations in the region.
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Command Sgt. Maj. Larry Orvis, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, senior noncommissioned officer,  was welcomed back to Fort Riley by brigade and 1st Inf. Div. leaders July 7. The “Dagger” brigade is finishing a nine-month Southwest Asia deployment where they trained with multiple partner nations throughout the region.
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Lt. Col. Travis Habhab, commander of the 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, and his wife, Tara, hosted a dinner and tour of Fort Riley July 10 for the Manhattan Catbackers Club, a Kansas State University alumni group from Manhattan, Kansas. World War II veteran Harold Nelson, a B-17 tailgunner, and his family were part of the tour. “Something that started out to be a community relations opportunity, turned out to be quite a special evening,” Tara said.
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The Milford Nature Center features a variety of exhibits and displays for visitors to learn about the native wildlife found in Kansas. Guests can learn interesting facts while interacting with several different activities available.
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An aquarium is also available for those interested in a close view of life underwater.
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The Milford Nature Center offers something to see for nature-lovers of all ages. The butterfly garden provides a safe home to dozens of butterflies. Guests may enter the garden to watch them flutter by and learn about the different types of butterflies found in Kansas.
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Justice the bald eagle is one of several birds of prey in the raptors exhibit. The exhibit also features a golden eagle, several different types of owls and an American Kestrel, the smallest North American falcon.
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