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The Fort Riley Unofficial Guide or Map wil not knowingly accept any advertisement for real estate that is in violation of the law. The post was selected from a field of is primarily rural in character with an out- Fort Riley is an award-winning premier 69 eligible, and was one of only six installa- standing public school system and consortium Division-level training installation. Its mis- tions to be so honored. This marks the first of colleges and universities.

For these reasons, sion is to provide the best in support for the time since Fort Riley has earned this the Fort Riley area and Central Flint Hills Warfighters and their families. In the ACOE award cycle for Region is considered a great place for raising works to achieve this through well-being ser- , the Garrison was recognized as an Hon- children, as well as a place for military retirees vices, infrastructure, environmental and fiscal orable Mention.

The area train at Fort Riley. Make sure you have all important papers and documents with you. Don't pack them in your household goods. For emergency financial assistance for Army personnel in times of unforeseen cir- cumstances or emergencies that require immediate attention.

AER financial assistance for emergency travel is available during non-duty hours, by calling the American Red Cross toll free at Soldiers and families must be prepared to verify the need for emergency financial assistance, a family medical emergency, or to deliver a birth notification.

Contact toll free at for hour ser- vice and the Armed Forces Emergency Line. Army Garrison, Building , Main Post, To obtain basic house- hold necessities to get you through until your household goods have arrived. Assistance is available for families who are affected by PCS to or from Fort Riley in the form of basic household items on loan for 45 days while awaiting your shipment, or before you have cleared the installation.

Calling ahead for available times to checkout or check-in the items is highly encouraged. Current hours are 8 a. Additional con- tact information is , DSN mailto: In order to use the Army Community Service Lending Closet, you will be required to bring in your ID card and a copy of military orders. It is accessible from airport and head west on Kansas Highway Take I north from Wichita.

You will pass exits for Newton and McPher- son while on I north. Proceed on I east. East of Fort Riley: Continue on I east to exit Mar- south. Take Highway south to I west. Main roadways are the Kansas to Main Post. Pass exits for Bonner Springs and Turnpike and I Transportation from Kansas City Inter- west. Arrange for ground shuttle by call- Directions from Kansas City.

You will pass exits for Solomon, ing Roadrunner toll free at , or Manhattan Airport: Abilene, Chapman and Junction City. Soldiers needing transportation from on I east to exit Marshall Army Air- http: Roadrunner charges for services, so keep Manhattan Airport should contact the field, and stay on Henry Drive to Main Post. Armed Services for reimbursement. Wheels, a service for active duty military and YMCA Army Community Hospital, Chaplain Services, shuttle.

Appointments can be made 24 hours in through www. Roadrunner unless using a hands-free device. To help your transition go smoother, have all essential documents on hand. Transportation from Manhattan Airport is provided by the 1st Replacement Company.

To obtain a military taxi, call Soldiers with a family member with exceptional needs medical, edu- cational, gifted, etc. Monday through Thurs- The post does not require vehicle registra- The telephone number for the 1st Replace- day, and 7: To gain access to Fort Riley, drivers must ment Company is dur- ments can be made from 8 a. Soldiers should sign in with the following in tion, so please call to ensure the office is open.

Additional requirements for permanent instal- their possession: Calling ahead for avail- http: Fort Riley Home Page: Monday through Friday, closed Sat- http: Most relocation urdays and Sundays.

Changes can occur with- Irwin Army Community Hospital: The Lending Closet is http: Corvias Military Living Housing: State of Kansas Official Home Page: In order to use the Army Community http: For managing and planning your move, use orders.

To door to the Central Processing Center. If necessary actions to ensure a successful move. All in-processing Soldiers duty hours, 8 a. Company, except for the following units: Call Service, Ashby Ave.

Additional telephone or by calling get you through until your household goods numbers are: Assistance is available for families who Post, in Building , Custer Ave.

Pet the greyhounds at the Greyhound sional theatre right in the middle of Kansas decorative item at Mayme's Boutique. Hall of Fame or watch the fastest dogs in the when you visit Abilene, just 20 minutes west Or, get the essentials to make your own spe- world race during the National Greyhound of Fort Riley.

History, shopping, art, dining, cial gift by picking up hand-dyed cross-stitch Association's spring and fall meets. Cheer for sporting events and festivals thrive in this fabric at Picture This Plus, specialty yarns at the bull riders at the Wild Bill Hickok Rodeo friendly town that raised a president. We've got nine shops. Dive into the new swimming Abilene Town before boarding the historic Tree and Bow Studio and Gallery or watch live, pool and, if you're brave, try the slide.

At the nearby Heritage Center, climb on professional theater at the Great Plains The- Come back time and time again for the a hand-carved wooden horse on a car- atre from March through November. Ride a artists and sponsors a film series, concerts and Power Family Fun Fest, Old-Fashioned Fourth horse-drawn carriage, tour a historic mansion photography exhibits and contests.

K's Farmhouse and read ebrations, Oktoberfest and numerous other view early-day camera equipment. Then, play the signatures on the birthday paddles that special events. Eisenhower, crispy At day's end, enjoy the peace and quiet on the learn about Ike at the Eisenhower Presidential fried chicken at the Brookville Hotel, gooey front porch swing or in front of a cozy fireplace Library Museum and Boyhood Home.

Find the cinnamon rolls at the Hitchin' Post Restaurant at a bed and breakfast. Your children can safely play in through "the hills" to a community dearly loved Herington, Kansas: Meet the City Park, attend A-plus schools, and par- by Gen. George Custer -- who camped there the Trails. Need some wide open spaces, ticipate in scouting, 4-H and FFA.

It's a great with elements of the 7th Cavalry Regiment as friendly faces and away from the races? Her- place to live; after all, it's the town that raised they patrolled and secured the Santa Fe Trail ington.

Stop downtown for a soda or a cup of a president. Custer enjoyed this coffee at an original "old fashioned soda foun- beautiful area so much that he purchased Other Abilene Attractions tain. It's a play structure in build his retirement home. The events at the museum is devoted to greyhound breed- the park, part of the museum in preserved Little Big Horn a short time later, however, for- ing, racing and the history of the sport.

The Rail Cars, on a large painted mural downtown ever altered Custer's plans -- but the remains museum, at S. Seelye who made his fortune in patent crews. After spending years sitting at the main In addition to Custer Elm, one can spend medicine with the A.

Seelye Medical Com- a leisurely day wandering among the 24 pany. Anchored by The Fort Riley Net Public Benefit Russell Stover Candies Factory Outlet -- the world famous Hays House Restaurant and estimated revenue from all forms of taxes The factory and store are off I at exit Tavern -- the "oldest, continuously operated from service members and civilian employ- on the west side of Abilene.

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We've got nine shops. Dive into the new swimming Abilene Town before boarding the historic Tree and Bow Studio and Gallery or watch live, pool and, if you're brave, try the slide. At the nearby Heritage Center, climb on professional theater at the Great Plains The- Come back time and time again for the a hand-carved wooden horse on a car- atre from March through November. Ride a artists and sponsors a film series, concerts and Power Family Fun Fest, Old-Fashioned Fourth horse-drawn carriage, tour a historic mansion photography exhibits and contests.

K's Farmhouse and read ebrations, Oktoberfest and numerous other view early-day camera equipment. Then, play the signatures on the birthday paddles that special events. Eisenhower, crispy At day's end, enjoy the peace and quiet on the learn about Ike at the Eisenhower Presidential fried chicken at the Brookville Hotel, gooey front porch swing or in front of a cozy fireplace Library Museum and Boyhood Home.

Find the cinnamon rolls at the Hitchin' Post Restaurant at a bed and breakfast. Your children can safely play in through "the hills" to a community dearly loved Herington, Kansas: Meet the City Park, attend A-plus schools, and par- by Gen.

George Custer -- who camped there the Trails. Need some wide open spaces, ticipate in scouting, 4-H and FFA. It's a great with elements of the 7th Cavalry Regiment as friendly faces and away from the races?

Her- place to live; after all, it's the town that raised they patrolled and secured the Santa Fe Trail ington. Stop downtown for a soda or a cup of a president.

Custer enjoyed this coffee at an original "old fashioned soda foun- beautiful area so much that he purchased Other Abilene Attractions tain. It's a play structure in build his retirement home. The events at the museum is devoted to greyhound breed- the park, part of the museum in preserved Little Big Horn a short time later, however, for- ing, racing and the history of the sport.

The Rail Cars, on a large painted mural downtown ever altered Custer's plans -- but the remains museum, at S. Seelye who made his fortune in patent crews. After spending years sitting at the main In addition to Custer Elm, one can spend medicine with the A. Seelye Medical Com- a leisurely day wandering among the 24 pany. Anchored by The Fort Riley Net Public Benefit Russell Stover Candies Factory Outlet -- the world famous Hays House Restaurant and estimated revenue from all forms of taxes The factory and store are off I at exit Tavern -- the "oldest, continuously operated from service members and civilian employ- on the west side of Abilene.

Eisen- early, well-preserved, pioneer community. Come learn about the five-star your pick of water-borne activities at one of the general and 34th president of the United States two lakes in this community -- the Council -- Dwight David Eisenhower.

If you're thinking retire- housed on 22 acres. Included are the Boy- ment -- consider selecting one of the beauti- hood Home, museum featuring five galleries, ful waterfront homes that surround the research library, Visitors Center with gift shop city lake.

You'll want to check out the festivals and introduction film, and the Place of Medita- and events that fill the calendars from early tion -- the President's final resting place. Spaces are available for tour the Kaw Indian Tribe, Council Grove's origi- buses and recreational vehicles. A small fee nal inhabitants -- plus thousands more for a is charged for the museum only. Show your weekend of powwows and other fun activities. Family members receive dis- grass, enjoying birding, hiking, water activi- counted admission with military ID card.

If skateboarding is more your style, hone your skills at the Bram- lage Skate Park. Finish your day by watching a beautiful Kansas sunset at Homer's Pond. The area Take a walking tour in historic downtown If you love the tranquility of a country setting, strives to make service members' stay at Fort Junction City. The native limestone buildings there is a small park with a little lake, a walk- Riley enjoyable and successful!

For those in need tion to the expanse of the Flint Hills, from House is a modern performing arts center. If you Lake Herington and the Herington Reservoir. Stroll Spend some time roaming around looking tion City. Grab a book at the Carnegie beaches, dedicated horse camping area and passed through the community and gained an Public Library and wander down to the Liggett trails, large group picnic areas, Jet Ski beach appreciation and understanding that western Memorial Park, lounge in the gazebo and enjoy and plenty of room to boat.

Visit the Mil- values and hospitality make this a special place! When's the last time you took in ford Nature Center where kids can explore Consider visiting these attractions: One of summertime's highlights is with hands-on activities.

Great golf awaits you in Geary County. Don't miss the relocation information, contact the Geary retirement homes and nursing home care. Celebrate the 4th of July at or For a calen- well. A new elementary school, USD , and Sundown Salute, the largest free multi-day dar of events, visit http: Big-name entertainment, children's Geary County Convention education for future leaders. Two miles south on http: Inspired by the beauty of the state Highway K The com- area invites visitors to hike trails and ford the utes north of Manhattan.

Full-service camping, munity is proud to be neighbors with Fort natural flat rock crossing used by the pioneers. There are multiple bike trails, motorcycle the region home. The influence of Fort Riley Crossing Road, www. Make plans to with seven zip lines and hiking trails. Visitors will find a variety of things to suit State University for the sports enthusiast, and , Colbert Hills Drive, their taste throughout the year.

Manhattan -- Manhattan's working art new convention center and hotel that was coalition provides information on everything Historical Attractions added to the mix. The ribbon was cut in to do with the arts. Housing, job formance art in Manhattan moves to the Larry Road offers historic exhibits from pioneer days opportunities, health care and schools con- Norwell Band Shell and City Park Pavilion in to the present. Call or visit www. There is much to discover in and around nue , www. Wamego is steeped in rich history, fea- Other Manhattan Attractions http: Historical points of interest include Open noon to 5 p.

Art galleries are open and free to the pub- toric Columbian Theatre, Walter P. Chrysler look at exotic wildlife from around the world. Art birthplace, Oregon Trail wagon ruts, Beecher http: Bible and Rifle Church and Mount Mitchell http: The Flint Hills also protect the largest remaining stand of http: Six miles south on McDowell Creek Road, , http: Wamego Wakefield around Wamego.

Home to two wineries in celebrates Christmas with a grand array of Wakefield Museum: Located at Sixth downtown with another winery located about lights and festivities, kicking off the Saturday St.

Activities include a ing local artifacts, newspapers, obituaries and wineries than anywhere else in Kansas. Park lighted Christmas parade down Main Street, family histories. Call for more downtown and enjoy free wine samples at both visits with Santa and a light ceremony at the information. Vin Vivante Winery and Oz Winery.

Near dozens of high-quality wines to choose from. Wakefield, more than 1, species of native Downtown Wamego is an enjoyable stroll For more information or request your free and exotic woody plants adapted to the Kan- for all, offering unique dining and specialty http: Much of the retail shops along Lincoln Avenue.

Tours can be scheduled. Call tors to enjoy their beauty. Dairy store at Missouri year. Wamego's City Park spans 12 acres with Ave. Located on Highway 99 N. Westmoreland, was miniature train for children, fishing pond, ten- constructed in by men using only picks nis courts, horseshoe pits, and many picnic Chapman and shovels. The old city water well is reported tables and shade trees to choose from with a Kansas Auto Racing Museum: This acre to be the second-largest hand-dug well in the brown bag meal or take out from a downtown museum complex is at the beginning of the Joe world.

The trail The Stone Church Museum: Located on 6th bowling, disc golf, theater productions, biking walk enables visitors to enjoy a combination and State streets. Built by the German Evan- and hiking, art galleries, tennis, baseball and nature walk and scenic walk that can extend gelical Association, organized in An early soccer fields, sky diving, scenic and wildlife for over 3.

Free admission, open 1 to 4 p. Tues- bison experience or golf at one of the top rated one-half mile south at exit off Interstate 70 day through Sunday or by appointment. Call hole golf courses in the state. Located at Burkman St. Located museum houses many historical items from Museum is home to one of the largest privately at 4th Street and Pomeroy in Clay Center.

The OZ Open 9 a. Located at The museum is free and open 1 to 4 p. Tues- through the simple message: Located at Paul- Home to one of the largest and longest run- will see a Union Pacific caboose, a furnished ing Run Road. Offers hands-on bison artifacts ning Fourth of July celebrations, Wamego log cabin, and a one-room schoolhouse. Call to view such as bones, skulls, wool and robes. Inde- for more information. A wagon tour is available to see the bison.

Call pendence Day is a weeklong celebration in for more information. Wamego including a parade, carnival, antique Seneca tractor and car shows. The celebration liter- Seneca Pony Express Museum: Mary's tary Families for research and counseling planters in Wamego. Located on impacts of deployment on military Street closes the first weekend in October at E.

During the s, a number of mili- The fort's design followed the standard fron- Bennett C. Riley, who enjoyed a long and dis- tary posts were established at strategic points tier post configuration: Later he emigration and commerce.

In the spring, troops commanded the first military escort along the In the fall of , a surveying party under were dispatched to escort mail trains and pro- Santa Fe Trail in Robert Chilton, 1st U. At the fort, He also served as the last territorial governor Dragoons, selected the junction of the Repub- additional buildings were constructed under of California.

He died in June and is bur- lican and Smoky Hill rivers as a site for one the supervision of Capt. This location, approved by the Anticipating greater utilization of the post, Fort Riley has always had an important role War Department in January , offered an Congress authorized appropriations in the in the defense of our nation and the training of advantageous location from which to organize, spring of to provide additional quarters our Soldiers, and its early history is closely tied train and equip troops in protecting the over- and stables for the Dragoons.

Ogden again to the movement of people and trade along the land trails. Surveyors believed the location near the cen- worth in July with mule teams loaded with The fort was established in as a military ter of the United States and named the site, materials, craftsmen and laborers.

Its mission Camp Center. During the late spring, three Work had progressed several weeks when was to protect the movement of people and trade companies of the 6th Infantry occupied the cholera broke out among the workers. The over the Oregon-California and Santa Fe trails. Work gradually fest Destiny" in the middle of the 19th century, On June 27, , Camp Center became Fort resumed and buildings were readied for the extended American domination and inter- Riley, and the post took shape around a broad arrival in October of the 2nd Dragoons.

As ests into the far reaches of a largely unsettled plain that overlooked the Kansas River valley. Larger concentrations of troops were Cavalry passed through en route to perma- stationed at forts Larned and Hays, where they nent stations in the Southwest. They returned spent the summer months on patrol and win- during the early s and the early part of tered in garrison.

The 10th Cavalry Artillery Battery. Instruction was of a purely was stationed there in and On the practical nature. Regular classes were not con- eve of World War II, the 9th and 10th Cavalry ducted and critiques were delivered during or became a part of the Second Cavalry Division, following the exercise. This short-lived school which was briefly stationed at Fort Riley.

Army horsemen during the brief territorial legislative session, of the infantry and cavalry were garrisoned at and the training they received at the Cavalry which met at Pawnee in the present area of Riley.

The spring and summer months usually School made them among the finest mounted Camp Whitside. Slavery was a fact of life and an issue to forts Hays, Wallace and Dodge in western schools. Horse shows, hunts and polo matches within garrison just as it was in the rest of the Kansas. The seeds of sectional discord were With the approach of winter, troops returned a natural outgrowth of cavalry training.

Regiments serving here during this The Cavalry School Hunt was officially orga- and bloodshed between pro-and anti-slavery time included the 5th, 6th and 9th Cavalry and nized in and provided a colorful spectacle settlers resulted in the use of the Army to the 16th Infantry Regiment.

These activities gave rise "police" the troubled territory. They also con- The lessening of hostilities with the Indian to the perception of a special quality of life at tinued to guard and patrol the Santa Fe Trail in tribes of the Great Plains resulted in many Fort Riley that came to be known as the "Life and due to increased Indian threats.

Riley escaped this fate of Riley. Philip Sheridan recommended strated on the battlefields of Europe and World and South in disrupted garrison life. By the late s, other states used Riley as a base from which to units for encampments and training exercises.

This was followed by degree of protection to trading caravans using of , with subsequent ones held in , activation of the 7th Cavalry Brigade Mech at the Santa Fe Trail. In the early stages of the , to and These exercises Fort Knox in the fall of to make up the war, the fort was used to confine confederate gave added importance to the fort as a training 2nd Regiment of this brigade.

These exercises nessed Fort Riley again assuming an impor- The 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments -- the helped prove the effectiveness of mechanical tance in providing protection to railroad lines famed Buffalo Soldiers -- were stationed at doctrine. Evidence of this occurred in the summer and fall of when the 7th Cavalry Regiment was mustered-in at Riley and the Union Pacific Railroad reached the fort.

Custer arrived in December to take charge of the new regiment. The following spring, Custer and the 7th left Fort Riley to participate in a campaign on the high plains of western Kansas and eastern Colorado. The campaign proved inconclusive, but resulted in Custer's court martial and sus- pension from the Army for one year, in part for returning to Fort Riley to see his wife without permission. The post also received a presidential visit by Franklin Roosevelt on Easter Sunday in The 9th Armored Division was organized in July , and after its deployment, Camp Funston was used as a prisoner-of-war camp.

The arrival of victory in Europe and Japan during the spring and summer of , were joyous occasions. However, they also spelled new realities and directions for the Army and Fort Riley. The Cavalry School ceased operation in November , and the last tactical horse unit inactivated the following March. Replacing the Cavalry School was the Ground General School, which trained newly commissioned officers in basic military subjects. The the training of thousands of American Soldiers there in December Barracks were built 10th Infantry Division, one of 10 Army train- across the nation.

During the summer and fall in the area known as Republican Flats and ing divisions, was activated at Camp Funston of , facilities were greatly expanded and a renamed Camp Forsyth. As well, 32, acres in August The week basic military cantonment named Camp Funston was built were added to the post for training purposes. This train- These efforts were brought into sharp focus Soldiers for infantry combat and duty with ing site was one of 16 across the country and with America's entry into World War II.

Over the next four years, approximately The invasion of South Korea by North Korean The first division to train at Camp Funston, , Soldiers were trained at these facilities. The 10th Division also received training champion, Joe Louis, and motion picture stars ity.

Over the next few years, recruits from all at Funston, but the armistice came before the unit was sent overseas. The camp was com- manded by Maj. A Mili- tary Officers Training Camp was established in the Camp Whitside area to train doctors and other medical personnel.

The War Department directed service schools be created for all arms of service. As a result, in , the Mounted Service School, which had ceased to function during the war, was redes- ignated as the Cavalry School.

The change was sudden and abrupt. The new school recognized the need for courses broader in scope while at the same time being more general in character. This led to several important develop- ments at Fort Riley. The division's 3rd Brigade was sta- tioned in West Germany.

Reserve Officer Training Corps summer camps were also held at the fort, which per- mitted troops to demonstrate and teach their skills to aspiring second lieutenants. The fort also hosted the model U. The resulting international outcry led to the largest U. In the fall of that year, Fort Riley was notified to begin mobilization of troops and equipment for deployment to the Persian Gulf.

Between November and January , men and equipment were deployed overseas. In addition to the 1st Infantry Division, 27 over the United States came to Fort Riley and In the decade following, 1st Infantry Divi- non-divisional units were deployed, and 24 received basic training. This The 37th Infantry Division, made up of units that might arise in Europe or other parts of amounted to 15, Soldiers being sent over- from the Ohio National Guard, was also sta- the world.

Construction of the Berlin Wall in seas via aircraft. Over 2, railcars trans- tioned there during the conflict. While they and the Cuban Missile Crisis the follow- ported 3, short tons of equipment, which were not sent overseas, their presence was a ing year witnessed heightened alert for Soldiers were then shipped to theater on 18 vessels. Once in theater, these Soldiers and equip- tance as a training post.

An additional 50, acres were also ment were readied for combat. This com- acquired in , which enabled the Army menced in late February , and over the COLD WAR to have an adequate training area for the divi- course of the "hundred hours" combat of Oper- The uneasy truce that settled on the Korean sion's two brigades.

Later that spring, Soviet Union. This would have an impact on nam during the mids led to the deploy- Soldiers returned to Fort Riley. In that year, the 10th Division rotated to Ger- in September. During this same year, a provi- However, world events significantly altered many as part of "Operation Gyroscope" and sional basic combat training brigade was orga- the Army's traditional mission of warfighting.

They initially occu- Fort Riley's use as a divisional post was main- new global challenges for the United States. The division remained in Germany threatened regional stability. In accordance new demands on the fort's infrastructure. Work until September , when it redeployed two with Dayton Peace Accords, American, NATO began on Custer Hill where new quarters, bar- brigades to Fort Riley as part of the Return of and Russian forces deployed to the region to racks and work areas were constructed.

One brigade was maintained in Germany. In the spring of , Headquarters of the B. Irwin, was constructed to provide medi- Following nearly five years of combat in 1st Infantry Division were transferred from cal care. Since then, the brigade has The Division's Combat Aviation Brigade, post along with a brigade of the 1st Armored trained for and is currently executing missions which uncased its colors Aug. Since then, both units have Mech.

The units assigned to the 24th were deployment in the Balkans. Five months later, redeployed to Iraq and served or are currently backfill for Major Theater War contingencies the brigade deployed to Iraq.

While deployed serving tours of duty in Afghanistan. Germany marked a new chapter in the illus- time to Fort Knox, Kentucky. Since its reac- Its mission was to build partner capacity trious history of Fort Riley. Soon, significant tivation there in October , the brigade sites and depth in the Iraqi military's orga- changes began to take place. While construction at Fort Riley surge conducted a full spectrum of operations The 1st Infantry Division continues to continued, the Big Red One also continued to while in Iraq.

The unit deployed to Iraq a proudly serve our homeland. Ever brave, serve afar. The division headquarters deployed second time in the summer of During responsible and on point, the Big Red One to both Iraq and Afghanistan this deployment in Salah ad-Din province, team is absolutely committed to each other, and deployed the majority of its the brigade carried out stability and transition our families and our communities.

That sense brigades and battalions throughout the last missions such as overseeing the March parlia- of teamwork is what makes Fort Riley a great decade. In to , the brigade place to come home to and what separates us Seven months later, 1st Brigade operated deployed to Afghanistan in order to transfer the from other Army divisions or installations. In September , the 1st Brigade returned to Fort Riley where it assumed a two-fold mission of train- ing the Army's Transition Teams, a process where service members from the Army, Air Force and Navy became Iraqi and Afghan mili- tary advisors, and providing a worldwide rapid deployment force of security forces.

Recently, Soldiers of the 1st Brigade have restructured their brigade into an armored brigade com- bat team. While in Iraq, the Dagger Brigade averaged 90 combat patrols throughout its sector. In addition to its combat missions, the brigade trained hundreds of Iraqi soldiers and policemen in an effort to assume its own secu- rity responsibilities.

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For locker rooms, meeting rooms and an outdoor http: Use of the Community Center ameni- http: On-post living at Fort Riley offers a com- A Corvias Leasing Specialist is ready to assist wait time for available homes will vary depend- munity where families can live, work, play and you with applying for on-post housing. Service ing on rank and bedroom requirements. The communities also feature ameni- members are eligible, with proper documenta- times published on the website are estimated ties commonly found in upscale residential tion, to apply for on-post housing as soon as and can sometimes change quickly based on they receive official PCS orders to Fort Riley.

With a variety of floor plans activity that is difficult to predict. Applications can be submitted online at www. A completed appli- There are several factors that affect wait times: Benefits of Living on the Installation: All required documents from dependent-restricted tours.

Exchange and recreation facilities. Documents received other justified reasons. Services of Corvias Military Living Communities: In addition, Corvias hosts free, family-friendly events that residents are sure to enjoy. These resident activities provide another source for family fun and community living. There is a three-pet limit in family hous- their arrival. The idea behind www. For more information, contact the Leas- is simple and free of charge: Additionally, your waitlist number is not http: If you are called with a home offer gle soldiers and on-post housing to bona fide Building on Main Post.

Office hours are The website www. The office Fort Riley's pet policy aligns with the Depart- managers via the internet, often facilitating a is closed from noon to The ment of the Army's standardized pet policy for door-to-door move that saves time, expenses office is closed holidays and RDOs.

For more information, see and headaches. Using the internet, incoming are made by the Housing Office to ensure the the Pet Policy sidebar below.

The minimum is not. There is a three-pet mum. The following infor- fordshire bull terriers , Rottweilers, Dober- mation is to assist military families who will man pinschers, chows and wolf hybrids. The unit must pass either the voked barking, growling or snarling at people city inspection or the Housing Services Office approaching the animal, aggressively running Health and Safety inspection.

Otherwise, you would be liable for pet, call the leasing and relocation office, the remainder of the rent due until the end of The military clause of the Service pipes, etc. Finance In- or Out-Processing brief given tance of government quarters.

Accepting gov- Also, under certain conditions, you may be daily at Building You must fill out the ernment quarters is not justification to break a liable for property belonging to the landlord, required documentation, FF Form , and lease or rental agreement. We want to provide you and your family the Finance is the ultimate approving authority Determine the total amount you will be best possible service and keep your property for all advances.

If approved, payment will be required to pay for rent and deposits, including out of storage-in-transit. Avoiding storage-in- sent electronically to your account. Advance payments are only approved ing. Generally, the deposit equal to one month's rent. You will Upon arrival of your property, personal prop- window is 30 days prior to movement and up also be required to pay the first month's rent in erty personnel have as little as two hours to to 60 days after arrival.

Will you be required to pay utilities? If instruct the carrier to deliver the shipment to so, how much? Most will be placed in storage-in-transit. Others A shipment placed in storage-in-transit dur- Office If not prepared, Office All agreements must be writ- http: This document should be signed by minus your deduction, at your losing station.

Make sure you get a copy of the However, written justification must be Please note that, per contractual agree- rental agreement and anything else you might provided detailing extremely adverse cir- ment, on-post residents can obtain cable have signed.

This restriction does not apply to resi- sidered. Should your household items be dam- payment will be prorated for repayment in dents who wish to have satellite dish service. Box high-quality standards to support the warriors, Liberty St. Junction City, KS Community Health Center http: Clay Center, KS Memorial Health System N. Council Grove, KS The warrior in kennel construction, documentation and sea- refill line At pres- ent, horses are the only animals that must be Caisson Hill Road The VTF provides preventive issue for your pet.

When you make reserva- Building , medicine, vaccinations, sick call and health tions for temporary lodging at Fort Riley, ask 1st Division Road Make reservations Custer Avenue Cli- your destination point for your pet.

Animals are seen by appointment only for Prospect Circle The VTF is open 8 to 11 a. Monday through Friday, for appoint- Manhattan, KS ments, to register pets and to purchase prod- Manhattan For pet registration, owners should Junction City Hours of operation are noon to 4 p.

If you have any questions, Active-duty Soldiers are assigned a dental call For Fort Riley's banned dog breed policy, Family members must contact their civilian and pet licensing and registration information, dentist. A few minutes in the shade can RC Kennels exceed degrees. Cars can become freezers in a few minutes. Wildcat Pet Resort Amherst St. Your pet s can When traveling with your pet, make plans unless the dog is a certified military work- be registered at the Vet Services office on post.

Aggressive or potentially aggressive be micro-chipped and current on rabies vac- hints. Arrange to hand carry any veterinar- breeds of dogs are defined as pit bulls Ameri- cinations. These services are at the owner's ian records and vaccination records with you. For more information contact the airline or a military veterinarian.

Be aware pinschers, chows and wolf hybrids. Prohibition Veterinary Services on Main Post, Custer that the Army does not pay to have your pets also extends to other dogs that demonstrate a Ave.

Even though they are an impor- propensity for dominant or aggressive behav- tant part of your family, they are not listed on Banned Pets ior. ERP pro- an effective workforce of highly qualified and provides quality transition assistance to separat- vides employment assistance and placement productive civilians.

CPAC offers a resume workshop for separating Soldiers that is focused work. ERP continues to move forward toward on translating military duties into a resume writing and Federal job information course at its goal of being the premiere headhunter orga- that allows potential employers to know the 1: Sessions are open to the ERP provides the following services: CPAC is open 7 a.

Monday through Friday and is in Building http: Call program man- Manhattan Mercury employment classifieds: Call ager at or visit Building http: Hours are 8 a. Monday through Thursday and 8 a. Junction City Office, http: Hours at Warren East and part-day fees. Registration North are 7: Hours at both per family per deployment. SACs depend on whether school is in session.

Refer to the CYSS per deployment. Deployment Benefits for details. Parent Education Opportunities WebTrac! Customers currently in orders with spouse's name in order to receive growing little ones, while earning a discount the database can receive their WebTrac!

Classes are held at Build- ID and password via email. Free hourly Saturday care is avail- setting. New to the area? Call School Age Center for more information. The Army provides care in a multi-age group setting. Each classroom enrolls children with a SAC offers before- and after-school programs, minimum age span of 18 months.

The concept as well as open recreation. Children can uti- of the multi-age classroom is to provide a fam- lize open recreation for 10 hours per week ily style environment where the children learn during the school year and 20 hours per week from and nurture each other. Location of before- and Children experience fewer transitions while after-school care depends on the school the in the multi-age childcare setting, giving them child attends.

Children attending Ware, Mor- more time to bond with their primary caregiver. Children attending qualities making them the preferred child care with classmates who are older and younger, Seitz or Fort Riley elementary attend Forsyth choice for many families.

Homes provide flex- learning important principles of citizenship, East SAC. Families requiring full-time care may regis- and activities based on real-life experiences Utilizing a creative curriculum, the ter for a weekly fee. Participants can receive in the home and neighborhood. Please contact approach balances both teacher-directed and five free hours of open recreation each month Parent Central for vacancy information.

Adults child-initiated learning, with an emphasis on simply for being registered with CYSS reserva- wanting to become certified FCC providers responding to children's learning styles and tions are required.

This special celebration is a legacy of former Defense Sec- retary Casper Weinberger -- established to underscore the important role children play in the Armed Forces community. Fort Riley CYSS plans numerous events each year to recognize and applaud families and their children, who are everyday heroes, for the daily sacrifices they make in supporting America's Army. School Liaison Office SLO -- The SLO develops partnerships with local schools and community organizations to help ensure a positive educational experience of our military children and youth.

Through coordination with the schools and community, SLO helps ease education transition and connects military families with available resources. Youth Services MST offers a range of posi- tive activities for youth in grades six to 12 that promote positive attitudes and reinforces Army core values. Youth Services sponsors a variety of programs offering youth opportunities in life skills; citizenship and leadership; leisure, recreation and arts, as well as mentoring, inter- vention and support services.

There are special interest activities that change each week. Join the Fort Riley Teen Center for weekly activi- ties which include: All schools on Fort Riley have This is a unique institution which offers that expand their knowledge, inspire them, wireless internet access and are equipped with courses both on-site and online with a flexible allow them to explore, and acquire new skills.

All third- through eighth-grade schedule to meet students' needs. CYSS trict's 1-to-1 technology initiative. High school students University of Mary, Southwestern College. The high school is organized around vision and direction for professional develop- Central. Free classes are available to children of four academies: Business Information and ment and empowerment, promoting integrated deployed Soldiers. Classes are held at Build- Freshman Success Academy.

Students select Programs range from certification and voca- ing unless otherwise stated. Instructional program is seeking instructors to in selecting courses that fit their interest and They are: Do you have a talent or interest and activities are available, including an Army programs.

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