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George Helterbrand, quality assurance evaluator, DOL, center, briefs a crew on safety prior to prepping 52 M1 tanks for offload from the east rail head Dec. 7 at Camp Funston. Photo by: Julie Fiedler, POST.
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A contractor from Fort Hood, Texas, steps off a rail car after finishing unchaining two M1 tanks during offload Dec. 7 at Camp Funston. Photo by: Julie Fiedler, POST.
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Helterbrand directs a driver as he offloads an M1 tank from a rail car Dec. 7 in Camp Funston.  Photo by: Julie Fiedler, POST.
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Two contractors unchain an M1 tank from a rail car in preparation for offload Dec. 7 in Camp Funston. Each tank was held in place with 16 chains during shipping. Photo by: Julie Fiedler, POST.
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Brig. Gen. Donald MacWillie, senior commander, Fort Riley, right, explains the meaning of the 1st Inf. Div. coin to Pfc. Christopher Leheney, 4th Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt., 1st ABCT, left, during an Oct. 26 ceremony at Fort Riley, in which Leheney was named the division’s Soldier of the Quarter.  Photo by: Amanda Kim Stairrett, 1ST INF. DIV.
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Brig. Gen. Donald MacWillie, senior commander, Fort Riley, second from right, congratulates Sgt. Michael Sanford, 1st Bn., 16th Inf. Regt., 1st ABCT, second from left, after an Oct. 26 ceremony at Fort Riley naming him the 1st Inf. Div. NCO of the Quarter. Pfc. Christopher Leheney, 4th Sqdn., 4th Cav. Regt., 1st ABCT, left, was named the Soldier of the Quarter.  Photo by: Amanda Kim Stairrett, 1ST INF. DIV.
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Soldiers and Family members with the 1st ABCT eat steaks and hot dogs prepared by volunteers of the All- American Beef Battalion during an Oct. 20 cookout at the field near the Custer Hill Bowling Center.  Photo by: Sgt. Kerry Lawson, 1ST ABCT.
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Col. Michael Pappal, 1st ABCT commander, re-enlists more than 40 Soldiers at an Oct. 9 mass re-enlistment ceremony at Cavalry Parade Field.  Photo by: Sgt. Kerry Lawson, 1ST ABCT.
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Spc. John Moon, Co. B, 2nd Bn., 34th Armor Regt., prepares to fire the M136 AT-4; 84mm unguided, portable breaching weapon at a simulated bunker Aug. 14 during the EIB competition. Using the AT-4 was one of 10 tasks within the patrol lane. There were three lanes, which had 10 tasks each and a time limit of 20 minutes.  Photo by: Sgt. Kerry Lawson, 1ST ABCT.
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FORT RILEY, Kan. – Col. Michael Pappal, commander for 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, thanks Dave Grossman the speaker for the resiliency training the Soldiers of the ‘Devil' Brigade are receiving. Pappal planned to bring Grossman in as a guest speaker to his troops since the unit was still deployed in August 2011.
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FORT RILEY, Kan. – Dave Grossman briefs Soldiers of the ‘Devil’ Brigade along with civilians on resiliency training at the 1st Brigade Special Troops Battalion motor pool, April 20, 2012. The brigade, as a whole, will benefit greatly from this training, said Capt. Jerome Petersen, an information officer, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division.
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FORT RILEY, Kan. -- Volunteers from the 101st Brigade Support Battalion and 1st Battalion 5th Field Artillery Family Readiness Groups provide refreshments to the Soldiers of ‘Devil’ Brigade during the lunch break from the resiliency training given by Dave Grossman April 20, 2012. Grossman, who is previously enlisted sergeant and a lieutenant colonel, gave a powerful message during the training to leaders, subordinates and a few civilians in the 1st Brigade Special Troops Battalion motor pool.
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FORT RILEY, Kan. – Soldiers of the ‘Devil’ Brigade listen to Dave Grossman as he delivers a strong message on resiliency training April 20, 2012 in 1st Brigade Special Troops Battalion motor pool. After fighting like they’ve been trained to do, Soldiers need to learn what to do next, Grossman informs the Soldiers in attendance.
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FORT RILEY, Kan – Accompanying the 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team commander, Col. Michael Pappal (center) are the incoming command team Command Sgt. Maj. Matthew McCready and Lt. Col. Roger Crombie (left); Lt. Col James Smith and Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Duenas (right) during the change of command; change of responsibility March 13, 2012. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kerry Lawson, 1st HBCT PAO)
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FORT RILEY, Kan. – Incoming commander Lt. Col. Roger Crombie accepts the unit colors and command for the 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Division, from Col. Michael Pappal, 1st Brigade commander during the change of command and change of responsibility ceremony March 13, 2012. This marked a new chapter for the ‘Iron Rangers’, as well as the new command team.
(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kerry Lawson, 1st HBCT PAO)
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FORT RILEY, Kan. – Colonel Michael Pappal, commander, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, shakes the hand of Sgt. Brian Jergens after pinning him with numerous awards during an ‘Iron Rangers’ ceremony honoring two generations of distinguished combat veterans at the 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment headquarters, March 9, 2012. Jergens received a Purple Heart, and Army Commendation Medal, an Army Achievement Medal, a Combat Actions Badge, and an Afghanistan Campaign Medal for wounds received while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kandi Huggins, 1st HBCT PAO, 1st ID)
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