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An M1A2 Abrams Main Battle Tank from the 1st Bn., 18th Inf. Regt., fires at a target during 2nd ABCT’s combined arms live-fire exercise Nov. 15 at Fort Riley.
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Soldiers with the 1st Bn., 63rd Armor Regt. fire AT4 unguided anti-tank rockets during qualification Oct. 30 at Fort Riley.
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Troopers with the 5th Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt. received their silver spurs after completing the squadron’s spur ride Nov. 20 at Fort Riley. Soldiers were pushed to their physical and mental limitations during the competition and in the end, 50 troopers earned their spurs.
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Sgt. 1st Class, William R. Griffith, master gunner, 2nd ABCT, left, speaks to military public relations student Marin Willis, K-State, senior in mass communications, center. The students attended a combined arms live-fire exercise with the 1st Bn., 18th Inf. Regt. The exercise was a force-on-force engagement with tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles, while the students attended and acted as if they were media.
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Corey Schaadt, K-State senior in mass communications, checks out the inside of a OH-58 Kiowa Warrior helicopter during a Nov. 19 visit to Fort Riley.
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Soldiers gather around a computer monitor Nov. 18 at Fort Riley’s Training Area 75, observing the flight of a Raven UAS. More than 20 Soldiers from across the 1st Inf. Div. took part in 10 days of training on the system, from Nov. 12 to 26. The Raven is launched by hand and is considered a small UAS.
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Sgt. Patrick Fry, 97th MP Bn., prepares to launch a Raven UAS Nov. 18 at Fort Riley’s Training Area 75 near the city of Wakefield, Kan.
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A Raven UAS takes flight Nov. 18 at Fort Riley’s Training Area 75, launched by Soldiers of the 1st Inf. Div. during their 10-day training on the system. The Raven is a small UAS launched by hand that allows Soldiers to see upcoming terrain and towns before moving in themselves.
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Pvt. Jonathan Cousins, 2nd Bn., 70th Armor Regt., attaches the wing assembly to the main fuselage of a Raven UAS Nov. 18 at Fort Riley’s Training Area 75, while Spc. Sawyer Rowland, 116th MP Co., 97th MP Bn., kneels to assemble the wings of another Raven. The two were among 22 Soldiers who participated in 10 days of training on the system, which allows Soldiers to see danger or opportunity ahead before moving in themselves.
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Chap. (Maj.) Tim Reynolds, brigade chaplain, 2nd ABCT (at the podium), sings Nov. 6 during the Spirit of Victory Prayer Luncheon at the Cantigny DFAC. More than 100 Soldiers with the 2nd ABCT participated in the luncheon, which featured music, prayer and a guest speaker.
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Maj. Christopher Read, intelligence operations officer, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, discusses security operations to 1st Inf. Div. leaders about logistics doctrine during the Logistic Leader Professional Development seminar Oct. 6 at a redeployment center at Camp Funston.  The seminar was hosted by the 1st Sust. Bde. And the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team to discuss inherent challenges in logistics coordination in combat operations for the division’s upcoming Logistics Exercise.
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Lt. Col. Joey Errington, second from left, and 1st Sgt. Helder Camara, left, both with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, meet with Rubens Barbosa, former Brazilian ambassador to the U.S., second from right, and Neeli Bendapudi, University of Kansas School of Business dean, right, Nov. 7 at the Brazil: What’s Next conference at KU’s Edwards Campus.  Barbosa led a frank discussion on the current and future trade policies between the U.S. and Brazil to more than 200 international business professionals, community leaders, students, faculty and 1st Inf. Div. leaders.
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Brig. Gen. Michael L. Howard, 10th Mountain Division acting senior commander (left) and Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (right) pose for a picture with Spc. Christopher L. Grant, Pfc. Matthew M. Phillips and Pvt. Trenton M. Brown Oct. 31 after Dempsey presented the three with the Soldier’s Medal at Fort Drum, N.Y. The three Soldiers were credited with rescuing a woman from the Black River in April.
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Retired Maj. Edward “Doc” Molloy (left) presents Lt. Col. Alexander Bullock, commander, 82nd Eng. Bn. (right) with the French Croix de Guerre medal during the 82nd Eng. Bn.’s reactivation ceremony Oct. 16 at Cavalry Parade Field on Main Post.
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Lt. Col. Alexander Bullock (left) and Command Sgt. Maj. Perlandus Hughes, commander and senior NCO, 82nd Eng. Bn. (right) uncase the “Blue Babes” battalion colors during a deactivation and reactivation ceremony Oct. 16 at Fort Riley’s Cavalry Parade Field.
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Ranger School hopefuls with the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division start their three-week preparatory course Oct. 20 at Camp Funston.  The course started with land navigation, where the Soldiers used maps, compasses and protractors to plot and find points hidden throughout the training area.
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