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Lt. Col. Alexander Murray, commander, 97th MP Bn. and director, DES, shakes hands with Lt. Col. Dana Stowell, commander, STB, 4th IBCT, after signing an MOA Oct. 24 at Fort Riley.
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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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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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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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Pvt. Eric Youngblood, cavalry scout, Troop A, 1st Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt., drags a sked litter across Quarterhorse Field Nov. 18, one of many events associated with the “Quarterhorse” Crucible competition.
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Lt. Col. Fred Dente, squadron commander, 1st Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt. (left) addresses 32 Soldiers waiting to take on the challenge of the “Quarterhorse” Crucible Nov. 18 and 19 at Fort Riley. The Quarterhorse Crucible was a two-day skill validation to identify the best candidates to represent the squadron in the 1st Inf. Div.’s Best Squad competition and the 2015 Gainey Cup.
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Capt. Steven Dray, trial counsel, 4th IBCT, addresses K-State ROTC cadets during a class on the Army legal system Nov. 13 in Richard B. Myers Hall at the K-State campus, Manhattan.
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Joe Tuimauga poses with his family after receiving the Black Lion Award Nov. 11 at Park Hill High School in Kansas City, Mo.  Tuimauga is the captain of the Park Hill High School’s football team and was presented the award for exemplifying the leadership and commitment to excellence the award represents.  Lt. Col. Dave Lander, commander, 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, presented the award.  After presenting the award, Lander and other veterans spoke to the high school students about service to their country and local community as part of the school’s Veterans Day Ceremony.
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Capt. Andrew R. Kennedy, senior physician assistant, 4th IBCT (right), speaks to ambulance medical personnel with IACH prior to them interacting with a simulated Ebola patient Nov. 5 at the 1st Bn., 28th Inf. Regt. medical station.
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Capt. Andrew R. Kennedy, senior physician assistant, 4th IBCT, speaks to a simulated Ebola patient Nov. 5 in the 1st Bn., 28th Inf. Regt.’s medical station.
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Fires support officers and forward observers with the 4th IBCT halt to observe the field of fire while executing a fires coordination training lane Oct. 23 at Range 29. The 4th IBCT fires execution coordination cell conducted the multiple-day exercise as a culminating event for battalion- and squadron-level fires observers and fires support observers in order to demonstrate their knowledge and confidence in the fires process during maneuvers.
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An observer-controller Humvee with the 1st Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt. pulls in behind 5th Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt. vehicles, as Soldiers head out to the site where they will conduct operations Oct. 22 at Fort Riley.
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Observer-controllers with the1st Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt. watch Soldiers with the 5th Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt., as they observe incoming artillery and adjust fire on target Oct. 22 at Fort Riley.
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Spc. Sam Kosgei, combat medic, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, crosses the finish line first Oct. 26 during the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C. Kosgei finished the 26.2-mile race in two hours, 22 minutes, 11.43 seconds – that’s a 5:25-minute mile. It’s been a good month for Kosgei, who finished 10th in the Oct. 12 Army Ten-Miler, helping propel the “Big Red One” men’s team to its highest finish ever.
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French and U.S. service members overcome an obstacle Sept. 25 at the 5th French Marines Desert Commando Course near Arta, Djibouti. The 10-day training strengthened relationships with French teammates and helped to ensure Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa members are continually ready to support military operations in East Africa to defeat violent extremist organizations.
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