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Scott Allen, operations supervisor for the Fort Riley Recycling Center, explained the different containers e-waste is sorted into at the Recycling Center. Allen said he expects miscellaneous e-waste to be the most recycled.
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Lt. Col. Ryan Maender, commander, pins the regimental crest on Pfc. Joshua Fosumensah, canon crew member, both with 1st Bn., 5th FA Regt., 1st ABCT, 1st Inf. Div., during the reactivation and Soldiers regimental affiliation ceremony May 14 in the battalion’s conference room at Fort Riley. Regimental affiliation is assigned to combat arms officers and Soldiers whose initial assignment is not into a regimental unit.
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Spc. Gerson Rodriguez, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 97th Military Police Battalion, balances himself on a tightrope during the life skills training at Kansas State University. The training included a challenge course and rock climbing certification.
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Soldiers from the 1st Sustainment Brigade pose with Kansas State University Recreational Complex staff after Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers life skills training. The training took place May 26 and 27 and June 2 through 4 at K-State.
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Bill Raymond, Chief of the Training Division of the Directorate of Plans, Training Mobilization and Security at Fort Riley talks training with Singapore Army Col. (P) Ng Ying Thong and his team who visited Fort Riley June 5th. Part of the visit took them to the Close Combat Tactical Trainer.
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The participants in the 5K event at the D-Day Dash around Marshall Air Field took off June 6 at 10:10 a.m.
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1st Lt. Matthew Bell, 97th Military Police Battalion, held the torch for the last portion of the run before handing it off to the Special Olympics athletes. Each battalion ran six miles, passing off the torch to the next battalion. The run took place June 4, and spanned from Ogden gate to Grant gate, ending with a hand off to the Special Olympics athletes.
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Lt. Col. Alexander Murray, commander of the 97th Military Police Battalion, leads Soldiers in the last of their portion of the Special Olympics Torch Run June 4.
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The World War II Memorial, also on the K-State campus, stands in front of the McCain Auditorium. The McCain itself is the site of lectures, musical and theatrical performances throughout the year.
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The Blue Earth Plaza has a free way to beat the heat but waterproof sunscreen is recommended.
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In east Manhattan, the Flint Hills Discovery Center provides exploratory learning for all ages.
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The Aggieville Business District, on Moro St., contains a variety of locally owned restaurants, bars and shops.
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The Sunset Zoo offers exhibits, classes and camps throughout the summer for children and families.
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At the K-State main campus, a Vietnam Veterans Memorial is in front of All Faiths Chapel.
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Echoing the style of Fort Riley’s Historic Main Post, Kansas State University’s Hale Library, in the center of campus, is known for the Great Room, also known as the Harry Potter Room.
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Manhattan Hill, one of the most iconic places within the city, offers some of the sights of the city.
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