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Sgt. 1st Class Daralyn Williams-Saulsberry, right, 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade equal opportunity advisor, poses for a photo with guest speaker Joan Wilson, a park ranger at the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site in Topeka, Kansas, after the Martin Luther King Jr. observance Jan. 17 at Fort Riley. Wilson was presented a wooden “Big Red One” as a token of appreciation for being the guest speaker at the observance.
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Dennis Lee Rogers, a tribal member of the Navajo Nation and dancer dressed in full eagle feather regalia, performs during the Native American Indian History observance Nov. 15 at Barlow Theater.
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Carlos Gomez, president and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City, smiles after receiving a wooden Big Red One as a gift for being the keynote speaker during a Hispanic Heritage Month observance at Riley’s Conference Center on Fort Riley Sept. 20.
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Darlene Washington, retired sergeant first class and ombudsman for Regional Health Command-Center, speaks to an audience of Soldiers and civilians during the Women’s Equality Day observance Aug. 16 at Riley’s Conference Center.
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Col. Ronald Black, left, commander of 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, presents a Big Red One to Darlene Washington, retired sergeant first class and ombudsman for Regional Health Command-Center, as an award for her service as guest speaker during the Women’s Equality Day observance Aug. 16 at Riley’s Conference Center.
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Lt. Col. Alexander Murray, left, 1st Infantry Division acting chief of staff, presents Col. John Melton, commander of Irwin Army Community Hospital, with a token of appreciation after Melton spoke at the Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month observance May 19 at the Warrior Transition Battalion clamshell.
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Col. John Cyrulik, left, commander of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, learns a Polynesian dance at the end of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month observance May 19 at the Warrior Transition Battalion clamshell.
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Col. John Cyrulik, commanding officer of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, presents a token of appreciation to Evy Tilzer following her talk at this year’s “Days of Remembrance” observance at Riley’s Conference Center April 24. Tilzer’s parents survived the Holocaust. They married and settled in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1945 following the war.
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Phyllis Fitzgerald, Junction City mayor, dons a red bandana as she speaks of “Rosie the Riveter,” who became a cultural icon for women in the work place during World War II, during the Women’s History Month observance at Riley’s Conference Center March 15. Fitzgerald completed 21 years of active-duty service and retired as a chief warrant officer 3 intelligence officer who deployed to Desert Storm with the 1st Infantry Division.
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Brig. Gen. Patrick D. Frank, 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley acting senior commander, presents Phyllis Fitzgerald, Junction City mayor, with a wooden “Big Red One” March 15 following the Women’s History Month observance at Riley’s Conference Center.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Brig. Gen. Patrick D. Frank, 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley acting senior commander, Junction City Mayor Phyllis Fitzgerald and Lt. Col. Andrew Beyer, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Inf. Div., rear detachment commander, cut the cake for Women’s History Month at Riley’s Conference Center March 15.
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Spc. Florida Rodriguez, a flutist with the 1st Inf. Div. Band, plays March 15 during the Women’s History Month observance at Riley’s Conference Center. Rodriguez is the jazz ensemble’s newest member. Rodriguez joined the Army in December 2014 and is working on her masters in music performance and plans to go on to complete a Ph.D. in music so she can teach.
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Retired Sgt. 1st Class Brian Coleman, left, is presented with the “Big Red One” Award as a token of appreciation for his service by Fort Riley Garrison Commander Col. John D. Lawrence at Riley’s Conference Center Feb. 15. The event observed was Black History Month.
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First Lt. Alexandra Schade, commander of the Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard, 1st Infantry Division, presents Traci Scott, 1st Inf. Div. regional liaison officer, with certificate of appreciation Feb. 8.
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Lt. Col. Alexander Murray, 1st Infantry Division Chief of Staff, Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 1st Inf. Div. presents Junction City Commissioner Jim Sands with an award of appreciation for his speech Jan. 18.
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Spc. Dennis Montano of the 1st Infantry Division Brass Band renders a trumpet solo during a number the band played at the 2016 Hispanic Heritage Observance Sept. 21 at Riley’s Conference Center.
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