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Assigned courtesy patrol officers stand and wait while the Riley County police officer walks through the bars in Aggieville. Courtesy patrol is an assigned duty that helps mitigate Soldiers behavior in Aggieville.
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Assigned courtesy patrol officers stand and wait while the Riley County police officer walks through the bars in Aggieville. Courtesy patrol is an assigned duty that helps mitigate Soldiers behavior in Aggieville.
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The courtesy patrol, brassard shown here, is an assigned duty for Soldiers at Fort Riley who are above the rank of sergeant first class.
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Tanner Monroe, police officer with Riley County Police Department, leads the assigned courtesy patrol officers during duty Friday, Aug. 21. Courtesy patrol is an assigned duty that helps mitigate Soldiers behavior in Aggieville.
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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Brandon K. Gaines (left), CH-47 Chinook pilot, Company B, 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment provides a capabilities brief on the CH-47 to the group.  Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from St. John’s Military School in Salina received a comprehensive orientation on Aug. 20 at Marshall Army Airfield, Fort Riley, courtesy of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.  Forty-three cadets and nine faculty members visited Fort Riley as part of a two-week summer camp prior to the start of the school year.  The visit helped the 1st Inf. Div. and St. John’s Military School continue to build upon a longstanding partnership.  The faculty and staff, several of whom are military veterans and some of which who have also served in the 1st Inf. Div., are dedicated to helping young men develop their leadership and academic skills in a safe, structured, achievement-based environment.
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Cadet Alex Masso (left), St. John’s Military School, Salina, Kansas, listens as Chief Warrant Officer 3 Timothy Sifuentes, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, answers his question regarding the HH-60M Black Hawk helicopter.  Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from St. John’s Military School in Salina received a comprehensive orientation on Aug. 20 at Marshall Army Airfield, Fort Riley, courtesy of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.  Forty-three cadets and nine faculty members visited Fort Riley as part of a two-week summer camp prior to the start of the school year.  The visit helped the 1st Inf. Div. and St. John’s Military School continue to build upon a longstanding partnership.  The faculty and staff, several of whom are military veterans and some of which who have also served in the 1st Inf. Div., are dedicated to helping young men develop their leadership and academic skills in a safe, structured, achievement-based environment.
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Sgt. 1st Class Omar K. Anderson, platoon sergeant, Company B, 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment, 1st Combat Aviation, 1st Infantry Division, educates Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from St. John’s Military School on the capabilities and uses of the hoist system of the HH-60M MEDEVAC Black Hawk helicopter.  Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from St. John’s Military School in Salina received a comprehensive orientation on Aug. 20 at Marshall Army Airfield, Fort Riley, courtesy of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.  Forty-three cadets and nine faculty members visited Fort Riley as part of a two-week summer camp prior to the start of the school year.  The visit helped the 1st Inf. Div. and St. John’s Military School continue to build upon a longstanding partnership.  The faculty and staff, several of whom are military veterans and some of which who have also served in the 1st Inf. Div., are dedicated to helping young men develop their leadership and academic skills in a safe, structured, achievement-based environment.
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Cadets climb aboard and familiarize themselves with an HH-60M MEDEVAC Black Hawk helicopter.  Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from St. John’s Military School in Salina received a comprehensive orientation on Aug. 20 at Marshall Army Airfield, Fort Riley, courtesy of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.  Forty-three cadets and nine faculty members visited Fort Riley as part of a two-week summer camp prior to the start of the school year.  The visit helped the 1st Inf. Div. and St. John’s Military School continue to build upon a longstanding partnership.  The faculty and staff, several of whom are military veterans and some of which who have also served in the 1st Inf. Div., are dedicated to helping young men develop their leadership and academic skills in a safe, structured, achievement-based environment.
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Cadet Myron Krider, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, speaks with fellow Cadet Triston W. Minick, New Mexico Military Institute, while pilots of a CH-47 Chinook assigned to the 2nd GSAB, 1st Avn. Regt., 1st CAB, conduct pre-flight checks. The battalion is just one of the many units at Fort Riley hosting the ROTC cadets during their Cadet Troop Leading Training experience, which typically takes place in the summer prior to their senior year of college and gives them a first look at life as a newly commissioned officer.
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Brig. Gen. John S. Kolasheski, deputy commanding general for maneuver, 1st Infantry Division, takes the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Inf. Div., colors from Col. Matthew R. Lewis, outgoing commander of the “Demon” brigade, during the brigade’s change of command ceremony July 8 at Fort Riley’s Cavalry Parade Field.  Kolasheski then transferred the colors, along with command of 1st CAB, to the brigade’s incoming commander, Col. John M. Cyrulik, a recent graduate of the U.S. Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama.
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Col. Cyrulik, cuts the celebratory cake with a cavalry saber.
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Col. Matthew Lewis congratulates Chief Warrant Officer 4 Osbourne Ferguson after the two completed their final flight as Army aviators June 25 at Fort Riley. Ferguson is set to retire.
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A formation of six aircraft from the 1st CAB, 1st Inf. Div., take off June 25 from Marshall Army Airfield at Fort Riley, Kansas, as part of a final flight for Col. Matthew Lewis, then the brigade’s commander, who piloted the lead UH-60 Black Hawk alongside Chief Warrant Officer 4 Osbourne Ferguson. Lewis handed command of the “Demon” brigade to Col. John M. Cyrulik July 8 at Fort Riley. Lewis is set to serve as deputy commander of the Combat Readiness Center at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
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Col. Matthew Lewis, commander of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Inf. Div., concluded his final flight, followed by a traditional soak down.  The ‘fini flight’ tradition dates back to World War II when military aviators reach a career milestone, particularly when a commander departs or retires and has his or her final flight.
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OH-58 Kiowa Warrior helicopters fly over a formation of Soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division as Soldiers prepare to participate in a division run June 12 at Custer Hill at Fort Riley. The flight was conducted by aviators from the 1st Sqdn., 6th Cav. Regt., 1st CAB, 1st Inf. Div., and it was the final formation flight over the Fort Riley area. The flight was performed in conjunction with Fort Riley’s 2015 Victory Week.
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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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