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Sgt. Lassana Traore, from 1st Engineer Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, spins the color wheel for a question about suicide awareness during Happiness Matters Sept. 12 between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. hosted by USO Fort Riley. The event is a partnership between Army Community Services and Suicide Prevention.
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Col. Charles S. Armstrong, commander of 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, speaks to Soldiers in leadership roles from his brigade during a Leader Seminar on suicide prevention Sept. 6 at Fort Riley Mission Training Center. The forum was formatted in a way to encourage leaders to speak up about the issue and brainstorm roadblocks they encountered with representatives from various organizations.
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Members of the 526th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company, 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade, complete “Iron Mikes” lunges at one station during unit physical training designed by Capt. Kristy Koontz, Behavioral Health Officer, 1st Inf. Div. Sust. Bde., July 13 at Whitside Gym’s track and field on Fort Riley.
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Members of the 526th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company, 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade, complete the team sit-up challenge at one station during unit physical training designed by Capt. Kristy Koontz, Behavioral Health Officer, 1st Sust. Bde., July 13 at Whitside Gym’s track and field on Fort Riley.
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Brandon French, prevention coordinator, Army Substance Abuse Program, presents Somer Martin, the second-prize winner of the ASAP Scavenger Hunt, with one driver after she completed hunt, which occurred during the month of April.
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Brandon French, prevention coordinator, Army Sub¬stance Abuse Prevention Program, presents Scott Stuart Chaparro with three drivers, one wedge, one putter and a golf bag as the grand-prize recipient after completing the ASAP Scavenger Hunt, which occurred during the month of April.
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Sierra Herring, wife of Staff Sgt. William Herring, 5th Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, discusses the introductory information of her Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training class Jan. 17 at Army Community Service.
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David Easterling, suicide prevention program manager, spoke before a group during a candlelight vigil Sept. 8. The vigil was scheduled at the beginning of Suicide Awareness Month.
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At the Main Post Chapel Sept. 8, four pairs of boots in formation represent all Fort Riley Soldiers and is a visual aid suicide prevention program managers use to remind people that suicide does not discriminate.
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Jared Estes, a motivational speaker from Wichita, Kansas, shares the story of his wife, Paige, May 13 at Barlow Theater. Paige was killed in a car accident nearly 11 years ago by a drunk driver, who hit the car going more than 100 mph.
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Soldiers of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, listen May 12 to Jared Estes, a motivational speaker from Wichita, Kansas, share his story about being involved in a car accident that took the life of his wife, Paige. Paige was killed in a car accident nearly 11 years ago by a drunk driver, who hit the car going more than 100 mph.
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Vivienne Mayer, wife of Staff Sgt. Bruck Mayer, 1st Sustainment Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, brings some of her old vitamins to the National prescription Drug Take Back at the Main Exchange.  The take back took place at the Main Exchange Sept. 24 and 25.  Members of the Army Substance Abuse Program collected a total of 135 pounds over the two days.  “This is the second highest amount we have ever collected, with the highest amount being in 2013 at 136 pounds and 11 ounces,” said Nicole Sizemore, Prevention Branch Chief, ASAP.
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An arrangement of white combat boots known as “The Ghostly Formation” sits at the front of the Main Post Chapel during the Suicide Prevention Candlelight Vigil Sept. 10.
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David Easterling, Suicide Prevention Program Manager, speaks about his experience with suicide.
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Sierra Herring, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training instructor for the Fort Riley Suicide Prevention Program, shares her story and works to educate others in coping with devastating loss.
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Inspirational speaker Jared Estes (left) talks to Soldiers at Barlow Theater following his speech, “Fire Back.” Estes was involved in a vehicle accident caused by a drunk driver that killed his wife in 2005. December is National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month.
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