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Fort Riley Officials Seek Public Comment
Fort Riley's surrounding communities are dependent on the size of the Army post.
Fort Riley Army Hospital Changes Command
During a ceremony Wednesday morning at Calvary Parade Field on the fort, Col. Barry Pockrandt passed the reins to incoming commander Col.
Buffalo Soldiers deserve hero status in Colorado Springs
And largely forgotten are their infantry regiments assigned to dusty outposts across a dozen states including Colorado to build forts and roads and telegraph lines, guard stage stations and watering holes, escort supply trains, survey parties and mail routes, and perform other less-glamorous work of settling the Wild West .
Rock Hill Herald
Court testimony: Veteran who killed Chester Co. baby ordered to kill child in Afghanistan
The target: An 8-year-old boy who carried what Bradley's unit thought was an improvised explosive device , common in the Afghanistan war zone where Bradley experienced his first overseas deployment.
Great Bend Tribune
Rufus P. Fimple 1921-2014
GREAT BEND Rufus P. Fimple, 93, died June 26, 2014 at Hutchinson Regional Medical Center.
Army Seeks Public Input on Environmental Impacts of Possible Force Reductions
The Department of the Army has completed a Supplemental Programmatic Environmental Assessment for Army 2020 force structure realignment and is making a draft Finding of No Significant Impact available for public comment.
Study: If Army experiences cuts, Fort Riley could lose 16,000 jobs
The Fort Riley area would suffer a tremendous socioeconomic blow if the Army installation experienced significant soldier and civilian position cuts.
Fort Riley Could Lose Nearly 16,000 Soldiers And Civilian Personnel
In order to meet the goal of 420,000 soldiers by 2020, Fort Riley may lose some 16,000 soldiers and civilian personnel -- from the 19,995 estimated to be there in 2011.