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  • 1. HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE THE 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION POST  FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2012 Vol. 4, No. 9  FORT RILEY, KAN.IN BRIEF Leading the way Correction: In the March 2issue of the 1st Infantry Divi-sion Post in Riley Roundtableon page 5, the question, “Whatpositive changes have you noticedin traffic flow at the Henry GateAccess Control Point since FortRiley changed regulations to noincoming traffic between 5 and 7a.m.?” The question should haveread outgoing traffic between 5and 7 a.m. For traffic updates, please seethe Traffic Report on page 2 orvisit and clickon “Advisories.” Remember to “spring for-ward” – Daylight Savings Timebegins at 2 a.m. March 11. Fort Riley Fire and EmergencyServices would like to remind allthat smoke detector and carbonmonoxide detector batteries needto be changed twice a year. Sowhen you change your clock’stime, remember to change batter-ies, too. Once you have changed Amanda Kim Stairrett | 1ST INF. DIV.the batteries, be sure to test the Mark Desmet, Fort Riley’s Warrior Zone business manager, left, gives Gen. David M. Rodriguez, FORSCOM commander, right, adetectors. tour of the Warrior Zone March 1. Rodriguez was at Fort Riley as part of a visit to meet with 1st Inf. Div. leaders. Heading to Aggieville fordrinks? Get home to Fort Rileysafely with The Riley Ride. Thisservice is open for all DoD ID FORSCOM senior leaders visit post to meet Soldiers, tourcardholders and runs Friday and Gen. David M. By Amanda Kim StairrettSaturday evenings. For more infor- Rodriguez, and Mollie Millermation, call 785-239-5614. FORSCOM com- 1ST INF. DIV. PUBLIC AFFAIRS mander, left, The Fort Riley Commissary presents Staff U.S. Army Forces Command’swill mark the completion of a Sgt. Joshua Bell, top general visited Fort Riley a littlemassive renovation and addi- gunnery ser- more than a month ago. Gen. Davidtion project with a six-day grand geant, 1st Bn., M. Rodriguez came back March 1,reopening celebration, beginning 7th FA Regt., and this time he brought guests.March 13. The event will kick off right, two Purple Rodriguez; his wife, Ginny;with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Hearts and an Command Sgt. Maj. Darrin J.9 a.m., and the store will open im- Army Commen- Bohn, FORSCOM’s senior non-mediately following. There will be dation with Valor commissioned officer; and Bohn’sno early bird shopping March 13. March 1 at the wife, Rochelle, were among the of- Grand reopening prices will Warrior Zone. ficials who traveled from Fort Bragg,run from March 13 to 18, or N.C., to Kansas last week. Rodri-while supplies of promotionally Amanda Kim guez and Bohn met with their Fortpriced items last. Stairrett 1ST INF. DIV. See RODRIGUEZ, page 10 The Fort Riley Tax Centeris open in Building 7034 at thecorner of Normandy and Bullard ‘DRAGON’ BRIGADE TRAINS AT NTCStreet to prepare 2009, 2010 and2011 federal tax returns. The tax Soldiers withcenter will also prepare state tax Co. D, 1st Bn.,returns as a courtesy when com- 28th Inf. Regt.pleting your federal return. train on the art Hours of operation are 9 a.m. of patrollingto 6 p.m. Monday through Friday Feb. 14 duringand 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. their month-Walk-ins appointments are long rotation towelcome, but appointments are NTC, Fort Irwin,encouraged. You can make an ap- Calif., which thepointment either in person or by unit recentlycalling 785-239-1040. Appoint- completed.ments will be available Mondaythrough Friday only. Saturdays arestrictly walk-in days. Sgt. Gene A. Arnold | 4TH IBCT Staff Sgt. Tiffany Senior leadership with the 4th IBCT, in conjunction with the ANA, Monnett Applications for the Our 4TH IBCTFamily for Families First Afghan national police and interpreter role players, conduct aFoundation’s 2012 Educational combined arms rehearsal to pull together loose ends of anGrant are now available at www. operation to eliminate enemy forces from key regions to stimulate economic growth and re-enforce security at FOB Mar- Grants applications are dueMay 17 and are given in amounts jon Feb. 18 at NTC, Fort Irwin, Calif. ‘Dragons’ wrap up NTCup to $5,000 for the spouse of anactive-duty service member. For more information, visit ‘Dragons’ fine tune unit’s rotation, prepare to The Tricare Service Center battle rhythm while at NTC By Sgt. Scott Lamberson 4TH IBCT PUBLIC AFFAIRS tion was used to train and prepare Sol- diers and leaders for their upcomingwill operate under new hours. By Sgt. Gene A. Arnold the observer controllers with the Na- deployment to Afghanistan.The center will be open from 7:30 4TH IBCT PUBLIC AFFAIRS tional Training Center, Fort Irwin, FORT IRWIN, Calif. – During the Once Soldiers touched ground ina.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Calif., as they trained for their dual “Dragon” Brigade’s rotation to the Na- California, the gears were in motion,Friday. For more information, call FORT IRWIN, Calif. – Soldiers combat and assisting-the-force roles tional Training Center at Fort Irwin, whether drawing vehicles and equip-785-239-7000 with the 4th Infantry Brigade Com- before deploying this year. Calif., Soldiers and leaders with the ment from the rail yard or conductingSAFETY HOLIDAY bat Team, 1st Infantry Division, also From Feb. 11 through 24, ev- 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, training, which would prepare them known as the “Dragon” Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, put their com-As of Thursday, March 9, used the informational tools from See NTC, page 8 bat proficiency to the test. The rota- See NTC WRAP-UP, page 10079 KANSAS ARMED FORCES APPRECIATION DAY Members of the 1st Infantry Division’sdays have passed since the Commanding General’s Mounted Colorlast vehicular fatality on Fort Guard stand next to Kansas Gov. SamRiley. With 32 more, the post Brownback, second from right, and Brig.will celebrate with a safety Gen. Paul Funk, 1st Inf. Div. deputy com-holiday to take place at each manding general for maneuver, right,unit’s discretion. March 1 at the bottom of the Kansas State Capitol building’s south stairs in Topeka. The CGMCG visited the capitol as part of Kansas Armed Forces Appreciation Day The next USAG Resilience activities. Day Off will be: Mollie Miller MARCH 1ST INF. DIV. 23
  • 2. 2 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONETraining shows areas post can improve energy conservationBy Pamela Redford have already been gone, such SEA provided the following faucets1ST INFANTRY DIVISION POST as T-12 fluorescent fixtures, snapshot of potential estimated • Lighting upgrade im- incandescent light bulbs, high- annual savings in its findings: provements in fixtures, spac- Fort Riley is a little better pressure sodium fixtures and • Placing Building 580’s ing, number and type of lampsthan average when compared high-flow commodes and uri- outer parking lot lights back During the training session,to other garrisons, but there is nals. on the EMCS schedule would Parkhurst said Fort Riley isalways room for improvement But according to Parkhurst, save about 67,000 kilowatts an “officially not on the naughtywhen it comes to reducing the post’s real energy conserva- hour and more than $2,600 list” with IMCOM, and theenergy and water usage, ac- tion issue “isn’t so much about annually assessment was “good, but wecording to Lyman Parkhurst, the equipment as it is how Fort • Repairing the No. 8632 can do better.”associate, Sain Engineering As- Riley is operating it.” company operations facility The event was intended tosociates Inc. Buildings with local con- equipment room light switch increase public awareness and That was the theme of the trol are frequently outside that is currently stuck “on” will provide reminders of conser-March 1 Energy Awareness prescribed temperature ranges save 39,000 kwh and $1,500 vation opportunities. WithTraining at Patton Hall, fol- or operating schedules, SEA annually 14,000 square feet of build-lowing a three-day Energy found. • Eliminating a 300-watt ings, Fort Riley needs the sup-Awareness and Conservation Parkhurst also pointed out incandescent lamp that is on port of Army military, civilianAssessment at Fort Riley fund- unnecessary daytime lighting each work day will save $89 and contractor personnel toed by the Installation Manage- at Fort Riley is triggered often annually, or if left on in a me- maximize energy conservation,ment Command. by photo-sensor failures and chanical room, the annual sav- Parkhurst said. A team of energy special- nighttime exterior lighting is ings are $215 annually. The training was open toists from SEA partnered with not evenly distributed. In its executive summary all Fort Riley personnel. At-the Directorate of Public Newer buildings seem to to Fort Riley Garrison Com- tendees included major ten-Works’ Energy Office to con- be over-lit, he said, while older mander William J. Clark, SEA ant command representatives,duct inspections of 15 build- buildings are widely variable, recommended a number of building custodians, facility re-ings – about 5 percent of the with some having low-lighting low-cost and no-cost items, as pair and upkeep coordinators,structures on post – “to iden- levels and some having every well as the following sugges- DPW operations and mainte-tify potential low-cost/no-cost interior and exterior light on. tions: nance and others involved withenergy and water-saving op- The good news is most • Changing over to hot maintenance or repair of facili-portunities, promote energy of these problems are easily water systems from remaining ties, engineering, planning andawareness and assist garrisons solved, he said. By more effi- steam systems others involved with facilityin reducing energy costs, while ciently utilizing the Emergen- • Relocation of air com- planning, design or construc-maintaining the quality of life cy Management Control Sys- pressors from mechanical tion and Family housing andfor Army and civilian person- tem, timers and dimmers and rooms and shutting them off barracks management. Pamela Redford | POSTnel,” according to a Feb. 15 spacing out fixtures or simply at night to increase efficiency For more information Lyman Parkhurst, associate, Sain Engineering Associ- ates Inc., makes known the results of a three-dayDPW press release. turning off the lights in some and reduce moisture about Fort Riley’s sustain- Energy Awareness and Conservation Assessment dur- Parkhurst of Arvada, Colo., areas, Parkhurst said thousands • Replacing high-flow fix- ability vision, visit http:// ing a training session March 1 at Patton Hall. The edu-said he did find things dur- of dollars could be saved annu- tures with low-flow shower- r i l e y. a r m y. m i l / Un i t Pa g e . cational session reviewed SEA’s assessment anding the inspection that should ally. heads, commodes, urinals and aspx?unit=Sustainability. focused on how to maximizing energy conservation. WEST POINT FOUNDERS DAY DINNER Mollie Miller | 1ST INF. DIV. GET SET Training Empowering the user with valuable IT skills Uniforms worn by U.S. Military Academy at West Point cadets line the walls during the academy’s Founders Day Dinner March 3 in Manhattan. The dinner 1 to 1:45 p.m. | March 7, March 21, April 4 and April 18 welcomed dozens of alumni of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and Bldg. 200, Patton Hall Auditorium honored the founding of the academy, which was March 16, 1802. Guest speakers for the evening event included Maj. Gen. William Mayville, 1st Infan- For more information, email try Division and Fort Riley commanding general and class of 1982; retired Lt. Col. Dennis Bruzina, class of 1958; and 2nd Lt. Casey Tuggle, class of 2011. TRAFFIC REPORT CLOSURES from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, Estes Access Control and will be closed on Point is closed for federal holidays. about 12 to 18 months for major construction. ACP HOURS OF Traffic will be re-routed OPERATION to Four Corners on Vinton School Road. The Directorate of Rifle Range Access Emergency Services Control Point is open would like to bring from 5 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.attention to the and from 3:30 p.m. to 8 available access control p.m., Monday through points for normal and Friday, to facilitate federal holiday hours. Estes ACP closure. Four Corners/Ogden/ Trooper/Henry: 24/7 Henry Access Control Rifle Range: 5 a.m. to Point is a one-way 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 to 8 entrance from 5 a.m. to p.m., Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. closed on federal holidays Beginning March 19, the Estes: Closed 12th Street Access 12th Street: 5 a.m. to 7 Control Point will p.m., Monday to Friday function as a 24-hour Grant: 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., operational gate, with Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. inbound traffic only to 5 p.m. Saturdays, from 5 to 7 a.m. The closed Sundays and on Ogden ACP will function federal holidays. Limit one coupon per person per table per visit. Not valid with other offers. Not valid on KSU Home gamedays. Discounts will not add points to frequent diner customer accounts. Must Smile to use coupons. Offer expires Jan 31 st, 2013 1DivPost.comGuidons, March Madness • March Madness • March Madness • March Tyme Out Steak House March Madness • March Madness • March Madness March Madness • March Madness • March MadnessUnit Crests • embroidery • sCreenprinting 601 March Madness Limit one coupon per person per table per visit. NVWOO. Not valid on KSU Home gamedays. Offer expires Jan 31st, 2013. D LuncH & Dinner SpeciaLS Mon tueS 6oz KC Strip Country Fried SteaK Limit one coupon per person per table per visit. NVWOO. Not valid on KSU Home gamedays. Offer expires Jan 31st, 2013. 115 e. 7th st., downtown JUnCtion City $399 $299 sCreen mAChine sports Hours: (no 11-1:30 to take out on specials) 785.762.3081 4-9:30 East 6th Street • Exit 299 off I-70 Limit one coupon per person per table 238-7638 March Madness • March Madness • March Madness • March per visit. NVWOO. Not valid on KSU Home gamedays. Offer expires Jan 31st, 2013.
  • 3. HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE MARCH 9, 2012 | 3Soldiers share field experience with K-State UAS studentsK-STATE MEDIA RELATIONS “Do your Capt. Joshua Krause, battal- SALINA, Kan. – Three homework and ion intelligence officer, 1st Bn.,members of the 1st Battalion,7th Field Artillery Regiment, prepare for each 7th FA Regt., shows off the2nd Heavy Brigade CombatTeam, 1st Infantry Division, flight. We were com- Raven during a presentationspoke to Kansas State Univer- municating at least Feb. 28 atsity Salina’s Introduction to Un-manned Aircraft Vehicles class 12 hours in advance K-State Salina.about their work with the Ra- of the launch whenven unmanned aircraft platform K-STATE MEDIAFeb. 28. possible.” RELATIONS Capt. Joshua Krause, bat- SGT. JASON ARMSTRONGtalion intelligence officer; Sgt. 1ST BN., 7TH FA REGT.,Jason Armstrong, battalion 1ST HBCT - UAV OPERATORUAV operator; and Sgt. Timo-thy Stetch, battalion intelligence weighs less than 15 points andanalyst, were half of a team that allows its operators to see whatflew a Raven during a recent the enemy doesn’t want them toyearlong deployment to Iraq. see, according to Krause. The team’s mission was to In addition to explainingadvise, train and assist Iraqi po- the platform and its use in thelice in securing an area southeast military, the Soldiers gave adviceof Baghdad with a population about working in the UAS in-of 300,000, which would take dustry that applies to the civilianabout six hours to travel on the world as well. which evaluates existing UASground. The team was able to “If you’re the pilot, make technology and platforms forlaunch the Raven in less than sure you communicate with their suitability in disaster re-five minutes to determine po- your mission controller about sponse scenarios and trains op-tential threats, and it was used what you’ll be looking for, what erators and maintainers.mainly for force protection re- kind of sensors you need, what The UAS Program Of-connaissance. altitude you’ll be at,” Stetch said. fice collaborates with military It was used to monitor traffic Armstrong reminded the stu- organizations and the privateand check for roadside bombs. dents to be prepared. sector to focus on developingAn onboard infrared camera “Do your homework and unmanned flight in the nation’shelped identify possible threats. prepare for each flight. We were airspace and training pilots andThe unmanned aircraft also was communicating at least 12 hours operators of UAS’.useful for patrolling, which al- in advance of the launch when K-State also establishes cri-lowed Soldiers more time to rest possible,” Armstrong said. teria for UAS flight operations,and helped prevent setting a pat- Students in the class are plan- including activity at the Smokytern that would make the base ning careers that range from mil- Hill Weapons Range and even-vulnerable to an enemy attack. itary contractors to police force tually at the Herington UAS The Raven is small enough work. flight facility. The university’sto be transported in a backpack K-State Salina offers a bach- program office establishes poli-and weighs about four pounds, elor’s degree in unmanned air- cies and procedures to enablewith a maximum loiter time of craft systems and is home to both military and civilian orga- K-STATE MEDIA RELATIONS90 minutes. the Unmanned Aircraft Systems nizations to fly and test at the Students in the Unmanned Aircraft Systems class gather around the Raven Feb. 28 The entire equipment system Technology Evaluation Center, area facilities. at K-State Salina.Capt. Ronald R. Nehring, right, FES, greets friends and Family during his retirement ceremony Feb.29 at Station 5, Camp Forsyth.Nehring retired from FES afternearly 23 years of service. Pamela Redford POSTNehring retires after nearly 23 years FORT RILEY MUSEUMS Maj. Gen. Keith L. Ware poses for a portrait used in a 1968 issue of Danger Forward magazine.By Pamela Redford1ST INF. DIV. POST after the death of a little girl at Camp Forsyth from smoke inha- lation about five years ago. Former ‘BRO’ CG leaves Capt. Ronald R. Nehring,Fort Riley Fire and EmergencyServices, Directorate of Emer- While the times have changed, Nehring said, what he loves about the job has not. legacy at post, Armygency Services, retired from ser- “It’s the guys – especially ones The following is the first in a ‘BIG RED ONE’ VIETNAMvice with the Fort Riley Fire De- that are retired already. I’m old series of regularly appearing ar- COMMANDING GENERALSpartment after nearly 23 years of school,” he laughed. ticles to chronicle aspects of Fortservice during a Feb. 29 ceremo- Nehring’s wife, Kelly; daugh- Riley’s history. » Maj. Gen. Jonathan O.ny at Station 5, Camp Forsyth. ter, Chelsey; son, Nathan; moth- Seaman Nehring’s first day on the job er, father, mother-in-law and a By Melony Gabbert » Maj. Gen. William E.was June 1, 1989, which Neh- neighbor joined him at the Fam- 1ST INF. DIV. POST DePuyring said was a date with destiny ily’s table for lunch. His eldest » Maj. Gen. John H. Hayhe thanked retired Capt. Bob son, Zachary, is studying in Fin- » Maj. Gen. Keith L. Ware Although Maj. Gen. Keith » Maj. Gen. Orwin C.Muhlig for. Muhlig retired April land, but joined in via Skype for L. Ware was a Medal of Honor Talbott1, 1989, making room for a new the ceremony. recipient in World War II and » Maj. Gen. Albert E.position with the fire depart- After the meal, FES staff took a 1st Infantry Division com- Millroyment. turns sharing sentimental memo- manding general at the time Nehring was serving on the ries and funny stories. Nehring’s of his death Sept. 13, 1968, hevolunteer fire department in wife was presented with 22 red had never visited Fort Riley. um director, adding King evenWamego when Chris Trudo, re- roses in honor of Nehring’s years At Fort Riley, Ware El- had his own bed.tired assistant chief of operations, of service, and his children were ementary School and the Maj. Ware’s death gave him theknocked on the door to recruit given commemorative plaques Gen. Keith L. Ware Parade distinction of being the high-him for the job. Nehring’s father engraved with the FES logo and Pamela Redford | POST Capt. Ronald R. Nehring, FES takes one last ride in Field, in front of Building 500 est-ranking Army officer tosaid to “leave him alone; he had a their father’s name. Nehring also on Main Post, are named after perish in Vietnam. Engine 5 at Station 5, Camp Forsyth, after his Feb. 29business he wanted him to run,” received numerous gifts and retirement ceremony. Ware, but Ware was killed by Drafted in July 1941, WareTrudo said, chuckling that “it all cards. a rocket-propelled grenade hit- also became the first draftee toworked out OK.” A slideshow of photos HONORING NEHRING ting his UH-1 Huey helicop- be promoted to general officer. “I can tell some stories,” Neh- brought many to tears, between ter in Vietnam after assuming Ware had a distinguishedring began, recalling the first laughter, set to Alan Jackson’s command, but before leaving war career, Smith said.week on the job when he took “Remember When.” “We worked together for over 20 years … I’m really going the war for Kansas. “He always wanted to bea brush truck up to the old hos- Thanking his FES “Family” to miss Ron. He is very Family oriented, very caring and The helicopter had been up front where the action was,”pital landfill to help extinguish a for its tribute, Nehring told the a very loyal friend. We just grew up together out here – flying low near the Cambodi- he said. “He was involved in afire that had flames every color of crowd it wasn’t just his day. an border in order for Ware to lot of search-and-destroy mis-the rainbow. “Family has always been im- spent more time together than my brother and sister did. obtain a first-hand observation sions.” Since 1989, the technol- portant, and I hope it is for you We met in 1991 and became friends during a six-month of the offensive operation in During his career, he servedogy and safety equipment has guys, too. Not just this Family, tour at Station 3.” progress and better command in North Africa, Sicily, Italy,evolved, he said. Whereas there but all of you. That’s what this his troops against about 1,500 France, Germany and Viet-was only one computer with a is all about,” he said. “This may JOHN WERY | BATTALION 1 CHIEF, FES North Vietnamese. Three nam.database to enter runs in the early be my day, but it’s our day, too. command staff members and It was for his actions in1990s, now every firefighter has I thank you from the bottom of “Today means a lot. He spent 22 years working here. I four helicopter crew members France Dec. 26, 1944, thathis own computer, Nehring said. my heart.” worked under him when I first started, and I’ve known also were on board. There were Ware received the Medal of There used to be just two Nehring and his wife – also him more than 10 years. He’s a good person – has a no survivors. Honor. Ware, then a lieuten-portable radios per truck, but his high school sweetheart – will The helicopter carrying ant colonel, went alone on anow everyone is issued their own enjoy retirement on their farm good heart.” Ware and the others also had close-reconnaissance missionradio, he explained. The depart- in Wamego, Kelly said. Nehring CAPT. BRIAN GOOD | STATION FIVE, FES another then-famous passen- to determine the exact loca-ment has grown too, he said, Family Farms sells farm fresh ger aboard – King, Ware’s ev- tion of German positions onadding Fort Riley has five sta- milk, free-range brown eggs and er-present great white German a heavily fortified hilltop thattions today, instead of the three artisan cheese. “He’s one of the boys. He’s a brother to me. Some of the shepherd. had been causing casualties toNehring first started out with. In November, all the retirees guys you never got along with, but they’re still brothers King, a long-range recon- American forces. Nehring credits the new sta- will come back together for the and always had each other’s back. Nobody goes in and naissance trained dog, went Ware deliberately drew firetion at Forsyth with enabling the FES annual reunion, a tradition loses their life without the other one coming after him. everywhere with Ware once to locate the Germans. Twofire department to cut down on Nehring said he is looking for- Ware received him as a gift hours later, he returned to hisresponse time, an improvement ward to joining from the other That’s the way it’s always been. It’s a hell of a profession.” from patrol members, saidhe said was absolutely necessary side. CAPT. BOB MUHLIG | RETIRED FES Bob Smith, Fort Riley muse- See WARE, page 8
  • 4. 4 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONEIACH receives new bone density machine FACES OF IACH Irwin Army Community Hospital’s goals are to provide health care for warriors, military Families and retirees; support theBy Katherine Rosario Connie Wade deployment of medically ready forces; andIACH PUBLIC AFFAIRS lays, left, on the remain agile to meet diverse requirements. table to demon- One IACH employee who assists in Irwin Army Community strate how the accomplishing that mission is spotlightedHospital recently received a new bone den- each bone density machine that sity machine at Spc.offers lower doses of radiation IACH works SPC. CHASITY YOUNG Youngper screening and measures os- ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST; while Jennifer CURRENT IACH COMMAND SERGEANTteoporosis progression. Newell, right, MAJOR/COMMANDER DRIVER Before the machine was sets up theavailable, patients received a Hometown: Killeen, Texas machine for aCT scan of their spine only, screening. Start date at IACH: June 2010and providers were not able to Years in area of specialty: Twolook at their hips or arms for What do you like most aboutosteoporosis progression,” said Katherine Rosario working for IACH?: “The employeesConnie Wade, radiologic tech- IACH and Soldiers here seem to desire anologist, IACH. mutual respect and treat others as they would “Now we can take pictures want to be treated.”of the lower spine and a hip or and allow patients to work out technologist, IACH. tient feel claustrophobic, Wade What should patients know about you?: “I amwrist to look further into what a plan with their health care The clinic can perform up said. always willing to help, so if you see me in the hall,may be causing the patient provider. to 15 screenings a week and “We don’t even require you and you’re in distress, ask for help.”pain,” she said. The machine also can track anyone can be referred by their to undress and change into a How are you dedicated to wellness and inspiring The test also is more nu- a patient’s bone density prog- primary care provider. hospital gown for the screen- trust? “I am dedicated to wellness and inspiringmerically accurate for the pro- ress over a two-year period and The target group for the ing,” she said, adding patients trust among our patients and employees by beingvider to read and brings the provide a comparison to deter- screenings is post-menopausal can wear their clothes as long as willing to help, ready to serve and’s equipment in line mine if the patient needs to be women or women who are 65 no metal is near the area being Treating individuals with kindness and respect will keep them comforted and coming back whenwith what is currently being put on a medicine regiment to years of age and older. Men un- scanned. they are in need. When this occurs, then I know Iused at other military and civil- slow bone loss. der the age of 70 with clinical Patients wanting to sched- have done my job well.”ian hospitals. “The machine can help the risk factors for fracture also are ule an appointment can bring Although osteoporosis de- provider know if the patient encouraged to be screened. in a doctor’s referral to the x-pends on risk factors like ge- will potentially have osteopo- Additionally, the machine is ray clinic or have their doctornetics, age, gender and diet, rosis and put them on a calci- more patient friendly because fax the referral in.the new bone density machinecan help detect possible issues um or vitamin D supplement,” said Jennifer Newell, radiologic it doesn’t take as long as a CT scan and doesn’t make the pa- To make an appointment, call 785-239-DOCS (3627). IRWINFORMATION “I just purchased a new seats. You can either make car seat for my child, but I an appointment by callingFOR YOUR HEALTH am not sure if I installed the front desk at 785-239-Cervical cancer rates down among US women it properly. Who can help 7000 or ask the front desk me?” if the safety office is avail- able to install the seat. Have IACH is an official Kan- the child, car seat, owner’sBy Maj. Daniel Sessions, MD invasive cervical cancer and ap- cells and changes the way the this is seen after intercourse, but sas Traffic Safety Resource manual for the car seat andDEPARTMENT CHIEF, IACH proximately 4,290 deaths were cells normally mature. it may occur as irregular, exces- Office certified in child the car with the owner’sOBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGY recorded in the U.S. in 2011. HPV is the most common sively heavy, prolonged or post- passenger safety and has manual ready when you Invasive cancer of the cervix sexually transmitted virus in the menopausal bleeding. Patients trained professionals ready wish to have the seat in-A lthough cervical cancer is now considered by many to U.S., and at least 50 percent of with advanced disease may have to help you learn how to stalled. IACH officials will rates have been declining be a preventable cancer because sexually active people will have abnormal discharge, weight loss, install your child’s car seat teach you how to install the in U.S. women in the it has a long pre-invasive state, genital HPV at some time in leg pain and swelling or dif- properly. Make sure the car car seat and how to take itpast years, Irwin Army Com- screening programs are available their lives. ficulty using the restroom. seat is not more than six out and reinstall it properly.munity Hospital physicians still and treatment for so-called Most people who have The Pap smear is a quick years old, has never been The safety office also willencourage screenings to look “pre-invasive” lesions is very genital HPV don’t know they and simple test that can detect in an accident and was check to make sure the carfor potential problems in the effective. have it. There are often no the presence of abnormal cells. not purchased from a yard seat isn’t on a recall list andfuture. Although every woman is symptoms, and it frequently Current national guidelines are sale. At least six people on provide information on air- Cervical cancer accounts for at risk for cervical cancer, some goes away on its own without to have your first pap smear staff can help install the bag safety.about 3 percent of all cancer in people are clearly at a higher causing any serious health after you turn 21, then every If you have a question for IrwINformation, send it towomen in the U.S. and is the risk than others. problems. other year until age 30, at which or call 785-239-8414.most common female genital The development of cervical The virus is passed on point, if you have never had anmalignancy worldwide. cancer is directly related to a through genital contact and abnormal pap, you should have Like most organs of the virus called human papilloma can be prevented by receiving a a pap smear every three years., the cervix is not im- virus, which has many subtypes HPV vaccine. 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Commentary HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE MARCH 9, 2012 | 5  MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE PAGE 5 RILEY ROUNDTABLE Soldiers also responsible for managing flags IG CORNERWhat are you doing to prepare The following is the second on liberty tion, awards and decorations, caught in a timely manner, for spring? of two articles on management imposed by assumption of command and the inaccurate flag data could and mismanagement of flags; a civil court, re-enlistment or extension. affect a Soldier’s ability to be trend of concern in the Army. court-martial One exception to this rule is promoted, receive awards and “I’m moving to a new apartment and By understanding the issue, or Article 15. if a Soldier is attending a civil so on. getting rid of old furniture.” leaders and Soldiers can take These flags or military school on the date For transferable flags, the a proactive stance in following are discussed of the flag, the Soldier will unit the Soldier is leaving is regulatory guidance and not dis- more in detail not be removed from school. required to ensure all the sup- CHARITY HORN advantaging deserving Soldiers in AR 600-8- Lt. Col. Other processing exceptions porting documents pertaining LAKE OSWEGO, ORE. Robinson Supervisory sports specialist - King’s Corner or giving non-deserving Soldiers 2, paragraph for various actions are listed in to that flag are put in a sealed an advantage. The previous 1-13. AR 600-8-2, paragraph 1-15. envelope for transfer with the article provided an overview; Non-transferable flags may Waivers may be submitted Soldier to the gaining unit, this article gives more detailed not be transferred to another for Soldiers who are flagged unless the unit is staying information with examples of unit, except where consistent for the Army Weight Control within the same Personnel how flags can be applied. with AR 600-8-2, paragraph Program to recommend and Service Center. The Soldier “I’m getting ready to go see Family 1-15. Such flags are adverse present a flagged Soldier an is responsible for ensuring for spring break.” By Lt. Col. Jesse Robinson action, which include charges, award based on valor, heroism the documents arrive at the FORT RILEY IG OFFICE restraints or investigation, or for length of service retire- gaining command unopened. court-martial, non-judicial ment. This waiver process The gaining command is then I CHELSIE MCGOOGAN TEXARKANA, TEXAS mproper management of punishment, absent without is discussed in AR 600-8-2, responsible for managing the Food and beverage attendant - King’s Corner “Suspension of Favor- leave, administrative reduc- paragraph 1-17(2)(b). flagging action to completion. able Personnel Action,” tion, memorandums of admo- A Soldier flagged for A few trends we see are or flags, can and will affect a nition, censure or reprimand adverse action is not eligible units retaining a Soldier past Soldier’s promotions, awards, not administered as non-ju- to receive any type of mili- his or her estimated time of ability to re-enlist and other dicial punishment. They also tary award, which includes separation date due to being favorable actions. As a result, include field-initiated elimina- campaign, service, retirement flagged. Refer to AR 600- “I’m cleaning up my yard.” this also affects the spouses tion, field or HQDA initiated or awards for valor. If that 8-2, paragraph 1-16, and and Family of a Soldier who removal from a promotion, Soldier is authorized for or paragraph 2-10 for guidance ERNIE MARTIN | MANHATTAN, KAN. has a flag in his or her person- command or school selection was recommended for an on when a Soldier can be Front desk - Sports Department, DFMWR nel file. list, referred officer evaluation award prior to being flagged, retained past his or her ETS Suspension of favorable report when on a promotion the recommendation may be and the steps that should be personnel actions is manda- list and security violations. completed, but the Soldier taken in doing so. Some units tory when an investigation These flags are discussed in cannot receive the award while are not maintaining proper – formal or informal – is initi- more detail in AR 600-8-2, still flagged. The Soldier can documentation between the ated on a Soldier by military paragraph 1-12. be presented the award once deployed unit and the rear or civilian authorities. Some common misconcep- the flag is removed. detachment. It is imperative Flags are classified into tions or lack of knowledge on Unit commanders are this handover happen upon “I’m preparing my fishing equipment.” two categories, transferable the flag process revolve around responsible for ensuring their redeployment. S1’s should not and non-transferable, and the what actions are prohibited flagging actions are managed be imposing or removing flag MICHAEL SALYERS classification is dependent by flags. One of the common in accordance with guidelines actions without supporting SKIATOOK, OKLA. upon the specific action or misconceptions is, “If you are established in Army Regula- documentation and should Electronic warfare specialist - HHC, CAB investigation. flagged for any reason, you are tion 600-8-2. However, dur- file the supporting documents Transferable flags may be not eligible for any favor- ing the flag period, Soldiers for reference. This is a critical transferred to another unit. able personnel actions.” This and personnel staff officer, step in managing the flagging They can and should follow statement is true for certain or S1, should ensure the flag actions at all levels. a Soldier during his or her adverse action flags, but not of data is correct. After the flag For questions, concerns or career. Such flags are ones as- all flags as a whole. is lifted, the Soldier should to enhance your knowledge “I’m perfecting my barbecue sociated with the Army Physi- For instance, if a Soldier check their Officer or enlisted on flags, see your chain of technique on the new grill.” cal Fitness Test failure, entry is flagged for APFT, the only records brief to ensure the command, S1 or refer to AR into the Army Weight Control actions prohibited are promo- transaction was processed. 600-8-2 suspension of favor- Program, a command referral tion, re-enlistment and exten- For example, given a situ- able personnel actions and JUAN SANTILLAN to the Army Substance Abuse sion. If a Soldier is flagged ation where, due to a unit’s AR 600-8-22 military awards. FORT WORTH, TEXAS Program, Headquarters of the for entry into the Army battle rhythm, the transac- The Fort Riley Office of the Fueler - 1st Sqdn., 6th Cav. Regt., CAB Army directed reassignments Weight Control Program, tion was not completed in a Inspector General recom- and Adverse Action Flags that the actions prohibited are timely fashion, the Soldier did mends addressing issues with are in the punishment phase, attendance at full-time civil or not check his or her ERB or your command as the first where there are no restraints military schooling, promo- ORB and the mistake was not recourse if appropriate. THE 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION POST SAFETY NOTESThis civilian enterprise newspaper is anauthorized publication for members ofthe Department of Defense. Contents COMMANDING OFFICER AND PUBLISHER Maj. Gen. William Mayville Daylight saving time is good time to move forward of The 1st Infantry Division Post arenot necessarily the official views of, or PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER By Dawn J. Douglas – Many medical items expire pressure can wear your tires data and do a little computer Lt. Col. 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  • 6. 6 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE Army budget focuses 24 Soldiers take the oath of re-enlist- ment beside their Family members March 1 at the on efficiency, priorities 97th MP Bn.’s By J.D. Leipold Vietnam and first Gulf War. motor pool, led ANS Martz told the audience by Lt. Col there are four key defense Michael L. Mat- thews, battal- WASHINGTON – The strategies as laid out by De-ion commander, Army’s military deputy for fense Department Secretary right. budget said the request of Leon Panetta: $134.6 billion for fiscal year • Transitioning with an 2013 that’s on Capitol Hill emphasis on today’s wars to Pamela Redford focuses on efficiency and preparing for future challeng- POST priority without making the es with a leaner force force hollow. • Protection of the broad “It’s not a time to be frus- range of U.S. national secu- trated,” said Lt. Gen. Joseph rity interests E. Martz before members of • Advancing efforts to re- the Association of the U.S. balance and reform Army at the monthly Insti- • While supporting the tute of Land Warfare break- deficit reduction mandate24 MPs take oath of re-enlistment fast. “It’s a time to do with through lower defense spend- less resources and get it better ing. as we adjust to meet the needs He said the Army would of the new strategy.” continue to train and equip In addition to the base Soldiers and units to win theBy Pamela Redford now,” Matthews said. “I am just request, which is about $400 current fight while maintain-1ST INF. DIV. POST incredibly proud of each of you million less than the FY12 ing high levels of readiness, for making this decision. We budget, the Army expects an- which includes recruiting and Twenty-four Soldiers with have a great team here.” other $50.1 billion in Over- sustaining the all-volunteerthe 97th Military Police Bat- Matthews thanked the Fam- seas Contingency Operations Army.talion re-enlisted March 1 in a ily members in attendance for funding. Martz noted that “This has been an areamass ceremony at the battalion loving and supporting their while the number-one priori- where we look at efficiencymotor pool on Sustainment Soldier, adding they do so ty remains to fight the current because of the state of theDrive, Fort Riley. much and ask for so little in fight with OCO funding, the economy,” he said. “In terms Lt. Col. Michael L. Mat- return. service also must focus on the of our recruiting and reten-thews said it was a day to cele- The battalion is commit- base figures for those years tion, we’ve taken that downbrate excellence and applauded ted to helping Soldiers achieve when there will be no fight. with the right level of risk,the Soldiers and Families for their dreams, Matthews said. Pamela Redford | POST “Is the base right? Be- but if the economy improves,their decision to continue to Some of the Soldiers re-enlist- Soldiers and Family members with the 97th MP Bn., celebrate during a mass re-enlistment ceremony cause at some point in time, that’s one area we’ll have toserve the nation. ing will be changing their mode March 1 at the battalion headquarters. that’s all we’re going to have, grow back in.” He also said most of the 24 of service, duty station or going so we’ve really got to stay fo- Martz said the ArmySoldiers re-enlisting had de- to college, he pointed out, and get to have them right here in the decision to re-enlist was one cused on that,” he said, add- would continue to supportployed at least once – many of some have re-enlisted to stay this battalion,” Matthews said. he knew was right, recalling he ing as the Army invests in the modernization priorities –them two of three times – and with the 97th MP Bn. Command Sgt. Maj. Patrick made beeline for retention af- reserve component as an op- the network, combat andall but one volunteered for ser- “I can promise you com- M. Quirk also thanked the Sol- ter returning from his first de- erational force, it also will be tactical vehicles, aviation andvice to the nation during a time mand sergeant major and our diers for their commitment and ployment. Currently, Strand is included in the base budget. Soldier systems.of war. retention team, we work ex- dedication to service. working on a bachelor’s degree Martz also said the Army “These are the ones we’ve “Their decision to recommit tremely hard to make dreams After the oath of re-enlist- in pastoral studies with a minor had to ensure it didn’t “go all learned about in combatthemselves to additional service come true; we are in the dream- ment, Soldiers and Families re- in business. hollow while balancing per- over the last 10 years andis honorable. The decision was making business … You got big ceived certificates and enjoyed “This is my life. This is sonnel, equipment and readi-honorable on the day they en- dreams, you got goals that you cake and refreshments. what I like to do,” he said with ness” as it did following the See BUDGET, page 8listed, and it is honorable right want to achieve, you’re going to Spc. Johnathan Strand said a smile. fort riley - central Kansas chapter AUSA ABSTRACT & TITLE MOTELS Charlson & Wilson Abstract, Courtyard by Marriott-J.C. Manhattan Holiday Inn Express, J.C. ACCOUNTING MOTORCYCLES Pottberg -Gassman-Hoffman, City Cycle Sales, J.C. CHTD, J.C. the ASSociAtion of the United StAteS Army UrgeS yoU to pAtronize theSe MEDICAL INFO MGMT Sink, Gillmore & Gordon PA, merchAntS And profeSSionAlS who SUpport AUSA, And who contribUte to Lead Horse Technologies Manhattan AGRICULTURE Strengthening the Service men And women - Active And retired - who MEDICAL SERVICES Seitz Farms, J.C. reSide in thiS AreA. 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  • 7. HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE MARCH 9, 2012 | 7‘Durable’ Brigade units train to react to CBRN catastrophesBy Sgt. V. Michelle Woods for people during a catastrophic Soldiers with1ST SUST. BDE. PUBLIC AFFAIRS event,” said Sgt. Johnny Garcia, the 24th Trans. heavy vehicle operator, 24th Co. enter the Soldiers are often associated Trans. Co. “We help people gas chamber towith the image of defending the who may be in panic and the practiceU.S. and protecting Americans people who need help, but don’t unmasking pro-while deployed overseas to com- know where to turn to.” cedures whilebat zones. But far from the des- Soldiers in 172nd Chem. checking theirert of Iraq or the mountains of Co. are responsible for provid- equipment forAfghanistan, Soldiers with the ing mass casualty decontamina- serviceability.24th Transportation Company tion for any large scale chemi- This exerciseand 172nd Chemical Com- cal, biological, radiological and helped validatepany, 1st Sustainment Brigade, nuclear incident, or CBRN. the unit’s abili-serve Americans by training to The unit provides complete de- ty to deployreact to potential catastrophic contamination services to those within 48 hoursevents on the homeland. humans affected by toxic agents upon receipt of “Our Soldiers have to be like anthrax and serine gas. the mission toprepared to move out at a mo- Spc. Nathan Farmer, team areas affectedment’s notice,” said 1st Lt. Jer- leader, 172nd Chem. Co., said by toxic agentsemy McKee, platoon leader, casualties affected by CBRN go and cata-24th Trans. Co. “This mission through a decontamination line strophic disas-requires additional training that set up by the Soldiers, where ters.we would not normally prepare they are treated and then sentfor when deploying overseas, so to medical facilities.our training focuses on being In order to provide assis- 1ST SUST BDE.ready and capable to support tance to the affected area of drills and line convoy,” Garcia pares everyone, from senior Garcia said the units con- process to include packing upour fellow Americans with sus- a catastrophic scene, Soldiers said. “In addition, we practice leaders to junior enlisted Sol- ducted several training exer- and storing Soldiers’ personaltainment support during a time with the 24th Trans. Co. and setting up landing zones and re- diers, on how to react and assist cises in the last week of Febru- items to loading necessaryof disaster.” 172nd Chem. Co. conduct ex- hearse setting up rally points to during missions. ary, which simulated a real-life equipment onto unit vehicles Named the Defense Chemi- tensive training. The training is escort civilians who are lost in “I feel really confident in our event. The fictional catastroph- and convoying to a trainingcal Biological Radiological geared toward preparing units contaminated areas to safe and training,” Farmer said. “Our 1st ic scenario took place in Indian destination here.Nuclear Response Force, both for mass hysteria, confusion, secure areas. sergeant, Raymond Quitugua, Springs, N.Y., which suffered Farmer said the missionunits train to deploy within 48 congestion and traffic, as well “We train young Soldiers and our other leaders make sure from a nuclear meltdown. serves a greater cause and ishours of receiving the mission as provide first aid and CBRN and prepare these young lead- our unit as a whole and each in- “Our unit’s exercise simulat- worth the extensive trainingto assist the affected areas. decontamination. “We conduct ers to go into the real world and dividual Soldier is fully trained. ed a deployment to New York and preparation. “We support the local gov- CBRN training to ensure our assist citizens to ensure they are We train so much that everyone to provide aid and assistance to “We are able to help ourernment anywhere within the Soldiers can adequately con- provided sufficient help during knows every part of setting up the New York Emergency Man- fellow Americans during a timecontinental U.S. and surround- duct missions in the equipment an unfortunate circumstance.” and tearing down the decon- agement Office,” Garcia said. of crisis and that makes ouring islands by assisting with the we are provided, as well as first Farmer said the training in tamination line. It’s a team ef- The exercise was intended to mission extremely important,”transfer of supplies to safe areas aid training, search and rescue 172nd Chem. Co. fully pre- fort; like ants on an ant hill.” replicate the exact deployment Farmer said. Buying a new home? 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  • 8. 8 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE WARE from page 3 Continued men of the 1st Battalion, 15th at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill., Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infan- also is named after him. try Division, and took 11 men Audie Murphy, one of the and a tank to renew the attack. most famous and the most While taking out four German decorated World War II com- machine gun positions and bat Soldier, received his Medal inflicting an undetermined of Honor for his actions while number of casualties, there a member of Ware’s battalion were five American casualties in January 1945. He later and most were wounded. served as one of Ware’s compa- Ware was significantly ny commanders. After serving wounded, but refused medical in the war, Murphy became a attention and refused to relin- movie star, starring in 44 films, quish command until the vital including “To Hell and Back,” position was secured with ad- based on his autobiography. ditional troop reinforcements. He later became a country Ware was awarded the Medal music composer. He also is of Honor in April 1945. buried in Arlington National Ware later assumed com- Cemetery, 46-366-11, a short mand of the “Big Red One” distance from his friend, Ware, during a ceremony March 8, whose life Murphy once saved. 1968, in Di An, Vietnam, after Ware was quoted as having taking control of Task Force said, “Audie Murphy was with- Ware during the Tet Offensive, out a doubt the finest Soldier I a major military campaign in have ever known in my entire Vietnam. Ware was not sent to military career.” Sgt. Gene A. Arnold | 4TH IBCT Vietnam, but appealed to the In addition to his manySoldiers with Co. B, 2nd Bn., 16th Inf. Regt. prepare to board a CH-47 Chinook helicopter from FOB Denver to Secretary of the Army to be awards, Ware also was theconduct combat outpost operations Feb. 17 at NTC, Fort Irwin, Calif. The brigade is preparing for a deployment sent there. recipient of a Distinguishedto Afghanistan this year. Ware’s widow was present Service Cross, a Silver Star, when the parade field on post Bronze Star and three PurpleNTC Continued from page 1 was dedicated in July 1973, Smith said. Hearts. More information on Ware also is the name- Ware’s 1st Inf. Div. commandery aspect of the training was sake for the Maj. Gen. Keith and his connection to his dog,dedicated to fine tuning the L. Ware Journalism Awards King, is detailed in James Scottproficiencies of the medical Competition, the Army’s an- Wheeler’s book, “The Big Redteams, battle staff sections and nual print and broadcast One: America’s Legendary 1stutilizing the proper infantry journalism competition, es- Infantry Division from Worldelements in mountain warfare tablished in 1970, because he War I to Desert Storm.”training, dismounted patrols was the deputy chief and chief Ware was the 39th com-and route clearance security, of information for the Army at manding general of the 1stbecoming subject matter ex- the Pentagon from September Inf. Div. During his changeperts in female engagements 1964 to November 1967. It of command ceremony, Wareand perfecting the timing in was during that appointment pledged, “No mission toocalling in artillery. that Ware was promoted to difficult, and no sacrifice too “I think it’s good working major general. great, the Big Red One willwith the 2nd Battalion, 32nd Prior to that, he taught always be first.”Field Artillery, (4th IBCT) and military psychology and lead- The 1st Inf. Div. was as-cross training each other on ership at the U.S. Military signed to Vietnam in 1965the aspects of the mission be- Academy at West Point, where and became the first elementcause as infantrymen, we need he also served as the executive of an infantry division to ar-that artillery asset,” said Sgt. officer of the Corps of Cadets. rive there. The division served1st Class Anttwain Dobbins, Ware was born Nov. 23, 1,656 days in Vietnam. Ware4th platoon sergeant, Com- 1915, in Denver, Colo. He was the fourth of six Big Redpany D, 2nd Battalion, 16th is buried in Section 30, Site One commanders during Viet-Infantry Regiment. “We need 258-3, Arlington National nam. The sixth commanderto give more experience to the Cemetery, and his Medal of brought the troops home.younger and new Soldiers on Honor is on display at the Na- At the time of his death,the importance of calling for Sgt. Gene A. Arnold | 4TH IBCT Pfc. Michael Zamora, Co. B, 2nd Bn., 16th Inf. Regt., stands watch on top of a moun- tional Infantry Museum, Fort Ware was the second alliedfire because it won’t be time Benning, Ga. His name is in- general killed in action thatto hesitate once we get down tain in order to guard a pass in the lower valley Feb. 17 at NTC, Fort Irwin, Calif. The brigade is preparing for a deployment to Afghanistan this year. scribed on panel 44W of the week; the fifth to die in therange.” Vietnam War Memorial. war. The brigade also trained for Headquarters and Headquar- seeing the physician’s assis- ment Teams, broken down by At Fort Benning, a battal- Between Sept. 11 andjoint operations with Soldiers ters Company, 2nd Bn., 16th tant,” said Pfc. Kayla Craw- battalion, also trained for the ion command post, an edu- 15, in the action around Locfrom the Afghan National Inf. Regt., and Co. C, 701st ford, combat medic, Co. C, opportunity to help the local cation center and a shooting Ninh, Vietnam, where Ware’sArmy, as well as the Air Force Brigade Support Battalion, 4th 701st BSB. “This training is women’s population. range are named in his honor. helicopter was shot down, 33and Soldiers with the 3rd In- IBCT, were charged to care for significant because we’re go- “The FET training I’m re- At Fort Hood, Texas, a lodging Americans were killed, onefantry Division to prepare for injured Soldiers and civilians ing to Afghanistan this year, ceiving out here is valuable, facility for visitors is named in was missing and 126 weremore complex combat opera- during a simulated indirect fire and we all need to know each working with the female inter- his honor. A simulation center wounded.tions to facilitate the ANA to attack at Forward Operating other’s role and how to work preters on some of the women’sremove enemy forces from Base Denver. together to save lives.” issue is opening my eyes totheir strongholds in various “My role is when the pa- As a new aspect to the what’s going on,” said Pfc. Me- @FortRileyoperations around the battle- tients come in, especially for Dragon Soldiers’ training, gan Nelius, light-wheeled me-field. sick call, I’m the first person being the last combat unit chanic with Co. F, 701st BSB. During Feb. 14 and Feb. they see. 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  • 10. 10 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE Soldiers with Co. D, 1st Bn., 28th Inf. Regt. walk across the California land- scape Feb. 14 at their combat outpost during their month- long rotation to NTC, Fort Irwin, Calif. Staff Sgt. Tiffany Monnett 4TH IBCT NTC WRAP-UP Continued from page 1 Amanda Kim Stairrett | 1ST INF. DIV. for their two-week training the Dragon Soldiers toward expect in Afghanistan, as far asGen. David M. Rodriguez, FORSCOM commander, applauds nine Fort Riley Soldiers exercise in the field, otherwise operations in Afghanistan and terrain and being in a differenthonored for their work in everything from providing medical care downrange to known as the “box.” The first working with and training environment.”critically wounded Soldiers, to improving their units, March 1 at the Warrior Zone. week on the ground was a their Afghan counterparts. Once the two weeks of fieldThe general spoke with each Soldier and awarded them with coins. preparation period, which kept Whether or not Soldiers training in the Box had con- Soldiers and leaders actively had combat arms-related mili- cluded, and all the brigades’RODRIGUEZ Continued from page 1 engaged, ensuring the rotation went smooth. After all equipment was tary occupations, the train- ing prepared them for their deployment to Afghanistan. objectives were complete, Sol- diers packed their equipment and work areas, convoyingRiley counterparts, Maj. Gen. staged and prepared, convoys Soldiers went on numerous out of the field. Although theWilliam Mayville, 1st Infantry set out, sending Soldiers and patrols and convoys moving training aspect had concluded,Division and Fort Riley com- units to different areas of the supplies, personnel and equip- the work was not done. Themanding general, and Com- battle space where their train- ment throughout the brigade’s brigade stayed in a full battlemand Sgt. Maj. Charles Sasser, ing would commence. As the area of operation. Whether rhythm, ensuring all equip-1st Inf. Div. command sergeant convoys headed out, they faced clearing rooms or working at ment and sensitive items weremajor, to get updates on the 1st realistic scenarios simulating tactical operation commands, properly packed and all vehi-Inf. Div. and its preparation for battle. every Soldier was engaged in cles and personnel were readyan upcoming mission to Af- Along the routes, Soldiers the roles they will be expected for the journey back to Fortghanistan. faced attacks by simulated to perform while deployed, Riley. Rodriguez also met the divi- improvised explosive devices, testing not only the Soldiers Soldiers were trained fromsion’s brigade commanders and as well as direct and indirect on the ground, but staff sec- squad to brigade levels, whichwas briefed on their state of fire. Once they reached their tions as well. prepared the Dragon Brigadereadiness. The 4th Infantry Bri- destinations within the battle “I feel that this exercise for its deployment, where thegade Combat Team also is pre- space, whether a forward oper- showed not only our strengths brigade will put the lessonsparing for an upcoming deploy- Mollie Miller | 1ST INF. DIV. ating base or combat outpost, and the things that we excel learned at NTC to the test.ment to Afghanistan, and its Ginny Rodriguez, wife of FORSCOM commander Gen. Soldiers pulled security and at, but also the things that we “This training allowed usSoldiers recently returned from David Rodriguez, tests biometric equipment March 1 at prepared their work spaces. need to improve before we de- to use our skills in a realisticthe National Training Center at the Fort Riley Resiliency Learning Center. FORSCOM’s As the two-week rotation ploy. Overall, I think it was a field environment, which ap-Fort Irwin, Calif. first couple visited the Central Flint Hills Region to in the box kicked off, Soldiers great training experience, and proximates what we can expect The 1st and 2nd heavy bri- meet with 1st Inf. Div. Soldiers and senior leaders and and leaders faced an insurgen- I learned new things that will while deployed in Afghani-gade combat teams, 1st Sustain- tour a variety of locations, including the Warrior Zone cy, played by opposing forces help me down range,” said stan,” Said Spc. Kenneth Woo-ment Brigade and the Combat and Survivor Outreach Services. from Fort Irwin. The training Pfc. Mason Graham, forward ten, paralegal specialist, HHC,Aviation Brigade – the “Big Red commanders across the divi- talion; Sgt. Ormando Moreno, also included role players who observer, Special Troops Bat- STB. “It brought the brigadeOne’s” Kansas-based units – are sion and toured the Warrior 1st Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regi- played the role of Afghan na- talion, 4th IBCT. “It gave us together and showed us whatback at home and in various Zone, a $10-million facility that ment, CAB; and Spc. Crystal tional security forces, gearing an idea of the things we can we can do as a team.”stages of reset and training. opened in August and features Bryan, DHHB, 1st Inf. Div. Rodriguez was at Fort Rileyin late January to observe the computers, video game systems, Ginny Rodriguez and Ro- flat-screen televisions, pool and chelle Bohn spent the day with If you only get your news online, You’ve been missing out!post’s involvement in Unified poker tables, a snack bar, full 1st Inf. Div. first ladies ShandEndeavor 12-01, an extensive bar, theater and a covered patio. Mayville and Frances Sasser.command post training exercise While there, Rodriguez They toured post facilities dedi-that included involvement fromthousands of military and civil- awarded the following Fort Ri- cated to sustaining the resilience ley Soldiers with coins for their of Army Families. THE DAILY UNION. Chan Sunday , Sep nel C ues Weekender tember 5, 201 0 S IC CO es M AY udian personnel from across the ND Incl accomplishments: Spc. Jacob P. During a tour of the Fort Anch Classi ors ta SU canc er in ke a ‘Sta multin nd etwo ’ against rk spworld. 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  • 11. Y M CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK Y M C K C K Community Life HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE MARCH 9, 2012 | 11  MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE PAGE 11  WareIN BRIEF Rollin’ on A Youth Job Fair for youngadults, ages 14 to 21, will befrom 2 to 4:30 p.m. March 9 atthe Forsyth Neighborhood Center.Officials with Army CommunityServices also are available to assistyoung adults with their resumes or teacherinterview classes before they attendthe event. For more information, call785-239-4317 or 785-239-9435. attends The Fort Riley Library will behosting a kite-making and flyingevent from 1 to 3 p.m. March 17 KMEAfor St. Patrick’s Day. All age groups By Melony Gabbertare welcome and supplies will be 1ST INF. DIV. POSTprovided. For more information,call 785-239-9582. In order to revitalize her teach- ing to benefit her students, Susan The Fort Riley Library will be Gillespie, Ware Elementary Schoolhosting a kite making and flying music teacher, attended the Kansasevent from 1 to 3 p.m. on March Music Educators Association annual17 for St. Patrick’s Day. All age conference Feb. 23 to 25 in Wichita.groups are welcome and supplies “I get ideas that I can immediately take back and use in my classroom, aswill be provided. For more infor- well as ideas that will take more long-mation, call 785-239-9582. term planning,” Gillespie said. This year, Gillespie said she was Worst Cooks of Fort Riley especially excited about some of the– Cooking 101, six non-com- sessions focused on teaching musicpetitive series of cooking classes, within elementary schools. One ses-will be from 1 to 3 p.m. March sion, focused on teaching folk danc-13, 20 and 27; and April 3, 17 and ing to students using storytelling and24 at Army Community Services, literature with music, was taught byBuilding 7264, Normandy Drive Mary Alice Amidon.on Custer Hill. Reservations and Pamela Redford | POST “It was the second time I’ve hada payment of $50 should be made Manhattan High School freshman Kelsey McCarthy, left, celebrates a successful basketball the opportunity to attend sessionsby March 1. season at Little Apple Lanes during the Lady Indians’ father-daughter bowling classic Feb. presented by Amidon, and it was fun Unlike Food Network’s “Worst 28. to learn new dances as well as validateCooks in America,” this non-com- how we currently teach folk dancingpetitive series of cooking classeswill help Fort Riley’s worst cookslose that reputation. Students will Basketball team celebrates with dads to our students at Ware Elementary School based on Amidon’s materials,” Gillespie said.learn basic cooking skills as they Additionally, Gillespie said sheprepare and sample a variety of By Pamela Redford learned new ways to integrate mu-dishes. The class also will teach 1ST INF. DIV. POST sic with literature, like using a singlemoney saving and healthful eating drummer with an African folktale or MANHATTAN – Celebratingtips so eating out becomes a treat, using recorded instrumental music to the end of the regular season innot a necessity. accompany the telling or reading of style, members of the Manhattan *Payment confirms a seat in the High School Lady Indians Basket- a story.class. Cost of $50 includes cook- ball Team went bowling with their Gillespie also attended several ses-book, chef ’s knife, cutting board dads Feb. 28 at Little Apple Bowl- sions with presenter John Feierabendand teaching materials.* ing Lanes. about music and movement develop- Traditionally, the Lady Indi- ment in young students, whose mate- The Enlisted Spouses Club is ans are treated to a nice dinner, rials are integrated into every Unifiedhosting a Mardi Gras Wine and but this year, the fathers wanted School District 475 Geary CountyCheese event from 6 to 10 p.m. to kick it up a notch to celebrate Schools’ elementary music programs.March 16 at the Junction City a great season, according to Steve “It was informative to learn howNational Guard Armory, 900 Air- Crusinberry, father of senior start- he intends to have his materials usedport Road. The event will include er Jenna Crusinberry, and retired in the classroom,” Gillespie music, a homemade mask Army major and chief, Operations Additionally, Gillespie said she Pamela Redford | POST had the opportunity to attend a read-contest, prizes, wine and cheese. The Manhattan High School Lady Indians Basketball Team and Plans Division, Fort Riley’sThose interested in entering the Directorate of Plans, Training, ing session, during which several new relaxes with pizza and bowling with their dads Feb. 28 atmask contest are asked to bring a Little Apple Lanes. The father-daughter bowling classic cel- Mobilization and Security. songs were sung that could be used in$5 entry fee that will be given to ebrated the team’s triumphant season and road to the the classrooms in the Event organizers also will championship. See CELEBRATE, page 14 See TEACHER, page 14be collecting travel-size toiletriesfor the Open Door Shelter. Freechild care is available. Childrenmust be registered with the ArmedService YMCA in Junction City. For more information on the ‘Duke’ Brigade honors behind-scenes heroesclub and its events, search “FortRiley Enlisted Spouses Club” on By Staff Sgt. John P. Zumer Award recipients were recognized onFacebook. To register for the event 3RD IBCT PUBLIC AFFAIRS behalf of the Duke Brigade by Tonerand for child care email escpresi- and 3rd IBCT Command Sgt. Maj. FORT KNOX, Ky. – Listen to Drew Pumarejo for the many or register at some Fort Knox-based Soldiers who they put in during their Soldier’shttp://fortrileyesc.web.officelive. just returned from a year in eastern deployments keeping spouses andcom. Afghanistan, and they’ll probably be Families connected on all deployment able to recount a few instances where phases. The Fort Riley Library will pressure mounted and times got The Dr. Mary E. Walker Awardshost a movie night at 6:30 p.m. tough. According to one Soldier with recognize Army spouses whoseMarch 24, featuring “Mega a birds-eye view of the proceedings,Mind.” Popcorn and drinks will be achievements and performance merit however, the true unsung heroes of special recognition for contributingprovided. For more information, that recent deployment wear civiliancall 785-784-5305. significantly to the quality of life for clothes and never left Kentucky. Soldiers, their welfare and for exhib- “The greatest burden, day in and iting concern and attention for their Celebrate Easter at a sunrise day out, is on our Family members,”service with the Fort Riley unit Families. said Col. Chris Toner, commander, Those in attendance were treatedministry teams. The service will 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team,be at 6:45 a.m. April 8 at Morris to a historical presentation on Walk- 1st Infantry Division, also known as er, who served as a medical doctor Staff Sgt. John Zumer | 3RD IBCTHill Chapel. Chap. (Col.) Edwin the “Duke” Brigade. Col. Chris Toner, commander, 3rd IBCT, teams up with CommandAhl, garrison chaplain, will be the in some of the American Civil War’sguest speaker. Toner’s comments were delivered most trying battlefield environments, Sgt. Maj. Drew Pumarejo, 3rd IBCT command sergeant major, to at the Dr. Mary E. Walker Volunteer earning the respect of prominent unveil a framed picture of American Civil War-era Dr. Mary E. Recognition Ceremony Feb. 28 at the Walker, alongside this year’s recipients of the award named after The Good News Club after Wilson Road Community Center. See WALKER, page 13 Bible program for stu-dents in grades first throughfifth will meet from 4 to 5 p.m. HIGH ROLLERSon Thursdays, from March 29through April 26 at Morris HillChapel. Good News Club includesBible lessons, creative learningactivities, missionary stories, songsand scripture memory activities. For more information andto sign up a student, contactDon Ericson, director, ReligiousEducation, at 785-239-0979 orat forms are requiredand are also available at Fort Rileychapels. Interested vendors areencouraged to submit a reg-istration form for Fort Riley’s Stephanie Hoff | POSTGreat Escapes Expo March 31. LEFT: A volunteer for the Fort Riley Officer and Civilian Spouses’ Club serves as a blackjack dealer at the organization’sFor more information on Great Casino Royale fundraiser, March 2 at Riley’s Conference Center. RIGHT: Guests attending the March 2 Fort Riley Officer and Civilian Spouses’ Club Casino Royale fundraiser check theEscapes and vendor registration, event’s program. The event drew a crowd of nearly 300 guests and raised about $25,000 for the Community Assistancevisit or call Fund.785-239-8990. 1DivPost.comY M Y MC K C K
  • 12. 12 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONECOMMUNITY CORNERFort Riley to mark reopening of Commissary with 6-day celebrationBy Col. William Clark grand-reopen- customers the opportunity to world-class service and goods for what it represents for out all the new CommissaryGARRISON COMMANDER ing activities win $25,000 by selecting the they deserve. Fort Riley. It will provide has to offer. already under- two envelopes with the words As always, Commissary our Soldiers, Families andI f you haven’t heard – or if way. “Go” and “Army” from a associates are always available retirees with a top-of-the-line you haven’t noticed – Fort Between group of 20 envelopes. If you would like to com- on the sales floor if you have Commissary to meet their Riley’s Commissary, by the now and The only sweepstakes at questions or trouble finding shopping needs. If you are a ment on this article or suggestForsyth Neighborhood, has March 12, DFMWR’s Facebook page products. 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  • 13. HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE MARCH 9, 2012 | 13AFAP delegates decide on 8issues to help military FamiliesBy Rob McIlvaine tions when receiving concur- 18 and 20 years of active ser-ANS rent payments of VA disability vice due to physical disabilities, pay and Army retirement pay involuntarily removing them ARLINGTON, Va. – Ex- for medically retired veterans. from military service despitetending the time allotted to • Child, Youth and School otherwise being eligible forinvest survivor benefits and Services facility-based pro- sanctuary. The recommenda-granting per diem for Families grams, one-on-one assistance, tion is to authorize serviceto attend therapy sessions were and reduced adult/child rations members who have betweenthe top issues requested during for children with special needs. 18 and 20 years of service tothe recent Army Family Action CYSS facility based pro- remain on active duty to thePlan conference. grams do not consistently ac- minimum retirement require- Staff Sgt. John Zumer | 3RD IBCT After four days of workshop commodate one-on-one assis- ment and not be separated due Recipients of the Dr. Mary E. Walker Award from 3rd IBCT pose for a photo at adiscussion, groups presented tance or reduced adult/child to medical reasons. recognition ceremony and luncheon in their honor Feb. 28 at the Wilson Roadtheir top issues to senior Army ratios for children with special They also assessed which Community Center, Fort Knox, Ky. The Dr. Mary E. Walker Award pays tribute tosenior leaders. needs. The recommendation is programs and services were Army spouses whose achievements and performance merit special recognition “I’ve been told that since to determine the appropriate more valuable. Last year, the for contributing to the quality of life for Soldiers, their welfare and for exhibiting1983 this forum has raised level of care or staffing ratio in delegates were asked to focus concern and attention for Soldiers’ Families.501 issues that were resolved,” CYSS facility based programs their assessment on programssaid Gen. Raymond T. Odi-erno, 38th Army chief of staff. for children with special needs based on the recommendations dealing with mobilization and deployment. But with the con- WALKER Continued from page 11“Most importantly, 61 percent of the Special Needs Accom- strained resources and troopsof those issues went across the modation Process team. coming home, this year they Union generals like Wil- Duke Brigade Soldiers, each For Toner, however, theentire Department of Defense. • Identification card for were asked to pick programs liam T. Sherman and George of whom helped keep Family occasion meant far more thanSo you’re not only helping Gold Star lapel button recipi- and services most important Thomas. readiness groups operational food, dessert and a chanceArmy Families, you’re help- ents (tied with No. 4). Gold now. That willingness to serve, and efficient in getting rel- to catch up with old Air Force Families, Marine Star lapel button recipients The top five responses for even without pay or daily rec- evant deployment facts dis- It was a chance to recognizeFamilies, Navy Families, Coast who are not authorized a DoD programs that are most valu- ognition, is what separated seminated to spouses and first-hand a Family supportGuard Families. And I know identification card do not have able or critical were: those Duke Brigade volun- Families left behind. structure that has made thethe Air Force has started this an identification care to ease • Army Family Action Plan teers recognized, Toner said. Additionally, three Out- Army far better because of(type of forum) as well.” access to Army installations. • Survivor Outreach Ser- “Our volunteers serve in standing Civilian Service such caring, determined and AFAP, Odierno said, is not The recommendation is to cre- vices our community because our Awards and two Command- ever-present civilian involve-just about the Army, it’s about ate a card that provides access • Army Emergency Relief Families are in our commu- er’s Awards for Public Service ment, he said.military Families and the work to Army installations for those • Tuition Assistance nity,” he said. were handed out. A luncheon “We couldn’t do the thingsthe delegates are doing to help authorized to receive the Gold • Fitness programs and fa- Mary E. Walker award- and cake awaited all at the we do, and have done, with-military Families. Star lapel button. cilities ees included 13 spouses of end of the awards ceremony. out your support,” Toner said. “But most importantly • Commissary, Armed Ser- Concurrent with the AFAP,you’re helping those who come vices Exchange and Family and was a meeting chaired Feb. 28behind us – those Families that Morale, Welfare and Recre- by the Army vice chief of staffare maybe just coming into the ation privileges for honorably with the General Officer Steer-Army, who don’t understand discharged disabled veterans ing Committee, consisting ofthe Army that much, and don’t with 10 percent or greater dis- about 40 general officers, se-understand what’s there. You ability. Honorably discharged nior executives and commandare setting the stage for them, disabled veterans with 10 per- sergeant majors.and reaching out to them, and cent or greater disability are The group worked throughmaking sure our Army is a bet- not authorized commissary, 37 AFAP issues, and closedter place for our Soldiers and Armed Servicers Exchange and nine of them with 28 remain-our Families,” he said. FMWR benefits. The recom- ing open. The delegates were After opening remarks by mendation is to authorize this. then asked to prioritize the cur-senior Army leaders, members • Creditable civil service rent open issues, so they pro-of the four working groups met career tenure requirements for jected the top six as follows:in private to decide the prior- federally employed spouses • Issue 596: Convicted sexity of the top eight issues. The of military service members offender registryfollowing is their prioritization and civilian federal employees. • Issue 670: Medically re-in descending order – with two Federally employed spouses of tired service member’s eligibil-being tied in importance. military service members and ity for concurrent receipt of • Survivor investment of civilian federal employees may disability paymilitary death gratuity and have difficulties reacting credit- • Issue 665: Formal stan-Service Members’ Group Life able civil service career tenure dardized training for desig-Insurance. Currently, the requirements due to relocation nated caregivers of woundedHEART Act, or Heroes Earn- assignments. The recommen- warriors ALLing Assist and Relief Tax, the dation is to increase the 30-day • Issue 626: Traumaticsurvivor receiving the death creditable civil service career Service members’ Group Lifegratuity and SGLI funds has tenure requirement break for Insurance for post-traumaticthe opportunity to place up to all federally employed spouses stress disorderthe full amount received into of military service members • Issue 673: Space-A trav-a Roth Individual Retirement and civilian federal employees el for survivors registered inAccount or Coverdelel Educa- to 180 days after resignation DEERStion Savings Account within 12 in conjunction with the reloca- • Issue 614: Comprehensivemonths after receipt of funds. tion of their military or federal behavioral health program forThe recommendation is to spouse. childrenamend the HEART Act to ex- • Retention of wounded, • Issue 629 (tied with Is-tend this to 24 months. ill and injured service mem- sue 6): 24/7 out-of-area Tricare • Transportation and per bers to minimum retirement prime urgent care authoriza-diem for service member’s Fam- requirement. Wounded, ill and tion and referrals FRAMESily to attend Family therapy injured service members are be-sessions. Travel and per diem ing medically retired between See AFAP, page 14are not authorized for Fam-ily members who are requested Moneyto attend Family therapy ses-sions with Soldiers receiving $ 59substance abuse or behavioralhealth treatments. The recom-mendation is to authorize traveland per diem for Family mem-bers to attend these sessions as smart. *required by behavioral healthprofessionals. • Department of the ArmyForm 5893 “Soldier’s Medi- VALUE Evaluation Board/Physical More than half a million Kansans choose credit unions as safe places for their money. FOREvaluation Board Checklist”language clarification. The lan-guage defining the entitlement WHY? 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  • 14. 14 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONETEACHER Continued from page 11 CELEBRATE Continued from page 11 Exhibits from music mer- district that strongly supports to garner ideas and maximize Steve said this may well bechandisers were visible at the professional development and students’ time in the class- the best team in years; Man-conference, allowing Gillespie is willing to send music teach- room, Gillespie said. hattan’s road to the state cham-and other attendees the op- ers to professional develop- In addition to the KMEA pionship began Feb. 29 with aportunity to become familiar ment conferences. Many dis- Conference, Gillespie regu- home game against Wichitawith the latest materials avail- tricts rotate who may attend, South East. In addition to larly attends the Kansas Stateable and to examine them be- if they send the teachers at all, winning that game, the Ladyfore purchasing. she said. University Music Symposium, Indians also won against arch Gillespie said the confer- In addition to sessions and a four-day event every year rival Washburn Rural Marchence was definitely worthwhile. the exhibits, Gillespie said the in June. This year, the sym- 2, clearing the way for themWhile professional develop- conferences also gave music posium will focus on how to to head to the State Basketballment courses are mandated to teachers a chance to network. incorporate recent research Championship tournamentmaintain her teaching license, Having the opportunity to information on the effects of at Wichita State University’sGillespie said the conference talk with fellow music teach- music on the brain, she said. Koch Arena March 7 to 10.was a great opportunity to get ers, former students who have “I love that every day is dif- Led by longtime coach Pamela Redford | POSTnew ideas and information for become music teachers and ferent, and I get to sing, dance Scott Mall, this year’s squad From left to right, senior Lady Indians with the Man-teaching music. with her own former music and play music each day with won the Centennial League hattan High School Basketball Team, Onyeka Ehie, “It is a conference where teachers and professors was re- Championship without a loss, Veronica Pitchford, Mari Jo Massanet and Jenna Crusin- so many students,” Gillespie berry, celebrate making it to the state championshipsyou get a lot of usable infor- warding on both professional ultimately finishing the regularmation in a short period of and personal levels, she said. said. “I also enjoy that the during the Feb. 28 father-daughter bowling classic at season with 17 wins and twotime for a great price,” she The conference also fea- music room is a place where losses. Eleven of the 30 play- Little Apple Lanes.said. tured many different stu- all students can find success ers on the roster and three of Massanet, former teachers and DA civilians who work for the Gillespie also said she feels dent performance groups, and have a safe haven from all the varsity squads five starters coaches. FES.fortunate to be part of a school which provided another way the stresses in their lives.” have ties to the military and “We’ve been playing really Tia, who plays defense, said Fort Riley. well as a team and stepping up she loves the game she’s been Darby Price, sophomore when we need to,” she said. playing since fifth grade andAFAP Continued from page 13 starter, is the daughter of Greg and Rhonda Price, both active- Mari Jo, who has been is glad to spend time with her playing basketball since the dad. The freshman team also duty officers serving with the first grade, is planning to at- had a victorious season, win- “What we’re trying to do to do over the last 10 years. their own individual lives. 1st Infantry Division. tend the University of Nebras- ning 18 consecutive games.within the Army now is not “So in my mind, this is Finally, Odierno said, it’s Senior Veronica Pitchford’s ka at Kearney for volleyball Senior starting guard Jennabuild dependency,” Odierno even more critical than most. about the trust between the father, Ray, is a retired Army and track next year. She said said it has been a good season,said, “but build resiliency. We So I want to thank you for Army and the American peo- first sergeant. the father-daughter bowling and she believes the team willwant resilient Families. What what you’ve done,” Odierno ple. Sophomore Hannah Livsey classic was really special and do well at the state playoffs ifwe ask our Soldiers and our said. “Inherently, I believe, is the daughter of Tim Livsey, topped memories of years past. it does its best and plays to-Families to do is difficult but The foundation of every- today, more than ever, the retired Army brigadier gen- “Usually it’s just going out’s also special. So what we thing the Army does is based American people have incred- eral and director of Fort Riley’s to dinner with our dads, but “I love the team that I playwant to do is we want to make on trust, he said. ible trust in our military,” he DPTMS. I feel like this is the coolest with. I love playing in frontthem able to be resilient, to • Trust between Soldiers said. “Well, we have to con- Varsity sophomore Par Mc- thing the dads have planned so of a big crowd and seeing myprove themselves individually • Trust between Soldiers tinue to earn that. We have to Nair is the daughter of Army far,” she said. friends and Family there,” sheso they can add to what I call and leaders earn that by setting high stan- officer Jim McNair. JV freshman Savannah said.the collective good.” • Trust between Soldiers, dards, we have to earn that by Erika Hairgrove’s father, Roberts’ father, Capt. Scott Her dad, Steve, said spend- Odierno said it is unprec- leaders, Families and the our actions, we have to earn Lt. Col. Tom Hairgrove, also Roberts, is an active-duty Sol- ing time together at games isedented for an all-volunteer Army that by our moral values.” serves with Division Head- dier with the 4th Infantry Bri- “just the best,” and he’ll be sadforce to still be involved in 10 “This last point is why That’s the essence of who quarters and Headquarters gade Combat Team, 1st Inf. to see it end with Jenna finish-years of war. you’re here today,” he said. we are, he said, and that’s the Battalion, 1st Inf. Div. Div. Because of 4th IBCT’s ing high school. “You have lived that. And “How do we continue to essence of who you are. Sophomore Aleise Williams rotation to the National Train- “It’s kind of a sad day for usmany of you have seen some develop that trust between “You understand where is the daughter of Tommie and ing Center, Fort Irwin, Calif., because this is our last basket-of the issues that we have to our Soldiers, leaders and our we have to improve, what we Myesha Williams. Tommie is Scott could not be present at ball season,” Steve said. “We’vecontinue to work to make sure Army that they can know the have to adjust, and where we an active-duty sergeant, and the father-daughter evening, been playing basketball sincewe’re providing for our Sol- Army will be here to do what’s need to go to make ourselves Myesha is an Army civilian but the other dads worked to- she was 4 years old, watchingdiers, our Families, our chil- right for them, that they can a resilient Army with resilient with Fort Riley Fire and Emer- gether to surprise Savannah by her play, and now it all kinddren, our extended Families, know that they will have pro- Families, and children who are gency Services. coordinating a laptop Skype of comes to an end. And yeah,our Gold Star Families, all grams in place to help them given the opportunity to suc- Junior varsity sophomore session at the bowling alley. she’ll play all kinds of otherthose that have contributed so to be resilient, to help them ceed as they continue to sup- Gabby Edwards is the daugh- “Obviously he didn’t get to sports, but this is kind of themuch to what the Army and build their Families, to help port their moms, their dads in ter of Norman and Benita Ed- be here, but I’m glad we found pinnacle for us. It’s a greatthe full force has been asked them to be more successful in what they do,” Odierno said. a way (for him) to be here day. We’re happy, a little bit wards, dual-military retirees, and her father currently works while in the fun. 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Tuesdays – Wing Night, 6 to Members, who are now pass hold- offering monthly payment plans for Membership guarantees a $20 18- • Prairie Hills in El Dorado, Kan.10 p.m. ers, are offered additional perks and a annual pass holders. hole round of golf, including green • Quail Ridge in Winfield, Kan. Wednesdays – Colors Pin, 6 to new payment plan than before. “We’re trying to get the Soldiers fees and cart rental. Courses include: • Rolling Meadows in Junction10 p.m. Additionally, golfers who sign up to come back up to the golf course,” • Carey Park in Hutchinson, Kan. City, Kan. Thursdays – Kid’ Night, 6 to to be annual pass holders at Custer said David Crawley, Custer Hills • Emporia Municipal in Empo- • Salina Municipal in Salina, Kan.10 p.m. Hill Golf Course during the course’s Golf Course general manager. “To ria, Kan. • Stagg Hill in Manhattan, Kan. Fridays – Quarter Mania annual membership drive, from now make it more customer friendly, we’re • Hays Municipal in Hays, Kan. • Turkey Creek in McPherson,Night, 6 p.m. to midnight to March 31, will not be charged for offering installment billing this year, • Hesston Golf Park in Hesston, Kan. Saturdays – Saturday Night March. so you don’t have to pay the entire Beginning this year, pass holders amount upfront like it’s been in the change of station orders), move to Pass holders looking to end theirLights, 6 p.m. to midnight also will receive membership to the past.” another installation or just leave the membership will need to fill out pa- Saturdays – Story Time, Fort Sunflower Golf Trail, a new program The payment plan offers a more area, then you can go ahead and re- perwork to stop future billing.Riley Library, 1:30 to 2 p.m. that allows golfers discounted rates versatile solution for Soldiers who sign your pass holder status at that For more information and to view Sundays – Family Fun Sun- across the state of Kansas. aren’t sure where they’re going to be time, and you won’t have to make any membership rates, visit the course’sdays, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Members will be able to play a in a year. more memberships for the rest of the website at or round of 18 holes and rent a cart at “If you happen to (get permanent term,” Crawley said. call the golf course at 785-784-6000. Fort Riley Aquatics is offer-ing numerous lifeguard trainingcourses this spring. The course Warrior Quest Hunter’scost is $200 and includes allcourse materials. Please call 785-239-4854 to schedule a pretest. educationPretest must be passed prior tofirst day of class. Class dates are: Session 1: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,March 17 to 20 Session 2: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,April 6 to 7 Session 3: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., courseMay 4 to 6; 4 to 8 p.m., May 7to 9 Session 4: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., availableMay 12,13,19,20 By Andy Massanet GARRISON PUBLIC AFFAIRS Upcoming adult sports sea-sons and tournaments include: The spring hunting season is just March 9 – Midnight Madness around the corner. Before heading toTournament. Open to all Depart- the woods, make sure to carry the ap-ment of Defense card holders. propriate licenses and equipment for March 24 – Dog Fun Run. hunting and a hunter education cer-Open to all Department of De- tificate.fense card holders. A hunter education certificate is March 31 – Co-Ed Flag required by the Kansas DepartmentFootball Tournament. Open to of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism forall Department of Defense card all hunters 15 years of age and older,holders. unless they were born before July 1, For more information, call 1957. Hunters under 27 years of age785-239-2813. must carry a Kansas or other state ap- proved hunter education certificate A golf membership drive will while hunting. Kansas recognizes cer- tificates issued by all 50 states.take place in March. Purchase a To make access to this informa-new membership in March and tion more readily available to on-make your first installment pay- post sportspersons, the Directoratement in April. For more informa- of Emergency Services and the Fort Pamela Redford | POSTtion, call 785- 784-6000. Riley Outdoorsmen Group will be Crossing a log on one of five trails, Sgt. Taylor Jacobson, 1st Bn., 5th FA Regt., rides one of several ATVs on loan from a local Manhattan business during the March 2 Warrior Adventure hosting an Internet Assisted Kansas St. Patrick’s Day Bowling Quest ATV training event. Hunter Education Class.will be March 17 at Custer Hill The class is scheduled from 8 a.m. Soldiers unwind with ATV trainingBowling Center. For $30 per to 4 p.m. March 23 at the Familylane, participants will receive two Readiness Group Annex, Buildinghours of glow bowling, shoe rent- 1020 on Huebner Road near Campals, one large one-topping pizza Funston. Students must complete theand a pitcher of soda. For more By Pamela Redford online portion of the course prior toinformation, call 785-239-4366. 1ST INF. DIV. POST attending the field day. The class will be open to all active- Family Bingo will be March Nineteen Soldiers with the 1st duty members and all dependants and18 at Rally Point Bingo. Doors Battalion, 5th Field Artillery Regi- civilians 11 years and older. Studentsopen at 12:30 p.m., and bingo ment, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat spend the majority of the day outsidestarts at 2 p.m. The event is open Team, 1st Infantry Division got and will use shotguns and BB guns,to all ages. For more information, an early start on the weekend fun conduct a trail walk, clean firearms, March 2 during the Warrior Ad- learn tree stand safety and be testedcall 785-784-5434. venture Quest All-Terrain Vehicle over both information presented in training event at Training Area 10 class and information obtained from A Spring Fling Pool Party their self-paced independent studyingwill be from 1 to 4 p.m. March off Williston Point Road. Riding $9,000 ATVs on loan prior to class.19 to 23 at Eyster Pool. Cost to Several topics covered during theattend is $25 per Family for the from a local Manhattan business, “Hamilton’s Own” Soldiers split up online portion include Hunter Eth-entire week or $10 per Family for ics, Shooting Skills, Survival Tech-a single day. Individuals may at- into teams on five different trails. niques and Hunting Safety.tend for $5. Each day of the event Led by a team leader, each group “The Internet-assisted Coursewill include a different theme, was tasked with retrieving five hid- format is designed to meet the needs den tennis balls marked with theiractivities, games and prizes. For of those individuals with conflicting team’s number.more information, call 785-239- schedules,” said Adam Hastert, inves- According to Travis Engle, rec- Pamela Redford | POST4854. tigator, Game Warden Section DES. reation specialist, Outdoor Recre- Soldiers with the 1st Bn., 5th FA Regt. take a ride March 2 “The program is designed to cover ation, Directorate of Family and during the Warrior Adventure Quest ATV training event at The Ringers Season begins at the information you need to know Morale, Welfare and Recreation, Training Area 10 off Williston Point Road.Custer Hill Golf Course March before going hunting – the same in- an Installation Management Com- recreation activities, including … We’ve had numbers come back formation delivered in the traditional31. For more information, call mand-funded program is a great whitewater rafting, rock climb- to us saying that Soldiers (who) par-785-784-6000. classroom format. And, like the tradi- way for troops coming back from ing, mountain biking, kayaking, ticipate in Warrior Adventure Quest tional course, there is no required fee deployment to burn off stress and paintball, skeet shooting, canoe- programs have fewer (driving under to take the online course.” Walk Kansas, a team-based, anxiety. ing, skiing and skydiving, Soldiers the influence), Article 15s, marital Students must pre-register for theeight-week healthy lifestyle The Armywide program was de- learn safe alternatives to potentially issues and abuses,” he said. “The course in order to get directions tochallenge, is accepting registra- signed specifically for redeploying destructive behaviors and reinforce numbers are down, comparing Sol- complete the online portion of thetion through March 15. Teams platoons to let off some steam and their current team in the process. diers (who) participate with Soldiers certification. Each student will be is-are made up of six people. Ad- adrenaline while adjusting to life in Engle said, so far, the program that don’t.” sued a pre-test over the online materi-ditional details will be provided garrison, and is available at no cost at Fort Riley has been well worth- Outdoor Recreation is facilitat- als. All students will be tested over theat the time of registration. The to units. while.program will begin March 18. A By introducing high-adventure “The Soldiers get a lot from it See QUEST, page 16 See HUNTER’S, page 16kick-off ceremony will be at noonMarch 15 at the Resiliency Learn- DFMWR to host dog fun run at Sacco Softball Complexing Center, Building 7285 onCuster Hill. For more informa-tion, call 785-239-9991. SKIES is looking for instruc- By Parker Rome volved in activities at Fort Riley, so we an event where Families can get their “We’ll let the dogs play aroundtors for its School of Fine Arts, 1ST INF. DIV. POST thought, ‘Well, what better way than dogs involved. inside the complex, so it’s a closed en-Recreation and Leisure; School a dog fun run,’” said Renee Satterlee, “I think it’s going to be a huge hit vironment, and (the owners) can letof Sports, Fitness and Health; Those looking to exercise and take intramural coordinator, DFMWR. because you always see people out- them go,” Satterlee said.School of Academic Skills, care of walking their dogs at the same The course will follow the same and-about with their dogs, and this The event is open to all Depart-Mentoring and Intervention; and time can look toward the Directorate route as the Halloween Fun Run last way, they’ve got some sort of a course ment of Defense cardholders and theirSchool of Life Skills, Citizen- of Family and Morale, Welfare and October. and something to do with other dog Recreation’s first Dog Fun Run. “We’re going to start at the Sacco owners,” she said. dogs, except for dog breeds restrictedship and Leadership. Flexible by Fort Riley.afternoon and evening hours are The two-mile run is a dog-friendly Softball Complex, run up around Following the run, a drawing for event March 24 at Sacco Softball Moon Lake and then back down,” she dog treats and toys will take place for The run is set to start at 10 a.m.available. For more information, Complex. said. participants at Sacco Softball Com- For more information, call 785-call 785-240-5821. “We’re trying to get Families in- Satterlee said she’s excited to offer plex. 239-2813. 1DivPost.comY M Y MC K C K
  • 16. 16 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE PLUNGING INTO FAITH Classifieds Classified Help Wanted 370 Experienced Baker for Rock Springs Rates and Office Hours Mon.-Fri. 9-4:00 Information 4-H Center located 12 miles SW of Junction City. Nine month position, Saturday Closed 30 to 40 hrs. per week. Hourly rate No. 1 2 to 3 4 to 6 12 18 26 with vacation and sick leave benefits. 38¢ 67¢ $103 $175 $230 $305 Days Day Days Days Days Days Days Pay based on experience. Week- ends required. For an application go to: Per Word No phone calls please. 15 Word Minimum Experienced Heating, Cooling and Plumbing installation and service - man. Apply in person. Connell • GUARANTEED RESULT ADS • Plumbing & Heating, 237 West Spruce, Junction City, KS. No phone (15 Word Minimum) calls. Word ads posted daily on our web site FREE! Family oriented practice looking for part-time hygienist and full-time den- tal assistant. Send resume to Box Z413, c/o The Daily Union, P.O. Box If you have up to 3 items that need to be sold, and 129, Junction City, Kansas 66441. sold fast, then this package is for you. For $22.65 you Industrial/production positions avail- have exposure in the Daily Union, Daily Union Extra, the Pamela Redford | POST able through Manpower. Candidates Shop the classifieds must pass pre-employment screen- 1st Infantry Division Post and Wamego Smoke Signal. As one certified life guards looks on, a youth from the Spiritual Rangers program makes the for great deals on ing, have stable work history, and All ads cash with insertion or use your Master high school diploma or equivalent. jump into the deep end March 4 with the great stuff. Please apply at Card, Visa or personal account. Ads run 6 days, if not sold encouragement of Don Ericson, Protestant and call we’ll run it again FREE! Any one item sold will constitute director of religious education. 785-776-1094 after activating ac - results. Real Estate, Mobile Homes, Livestock and Pets count. EOE excluded. Midland Exteriors Inc., The Leading This price for 15 word, additional charge for overQUEST Continued from page 15 Call Today Home Improvement Specialists is currently seeking highly motivated and detail oriented siding, window 15 words. This rate applies to certain classifications. (785) 762-5000 and gutter installers. Apply at 2794ing about 18 Warrior Adventure Soldiers. CALL 762-5000 Rory Rd. Manhattan EOE, DrugQuests every month, but Engle Facilitator David Staskal, Free Workplacesaid he would like to see more contracted motorcycle, dirt bike MORTGAGE LOAN CLOSER ANDparticipation – only 33 percent All Classified ads cash or credit card with insertion and street bike trainer through Personals 320 SHIPPER POSITION at Peoplesof redeploying units are cur- Fort Riley’s Garrison Safety Of- ADOPT: We promise to give your Choice Mortgage in Manhattan.!This!rently utilizing the program, he fice, said the ATV training was baby a life filled with love, happiness, person will be responsible for prepar- Montgomery ing loan closing documents and! de-said. Every platoon is eligible to set up similar to how Soldiers & security. Expenses paid. Lori & M livery to the investor.! Experience indo one activity when returning Art, 7-877-292-1755 would approach a mission. secondary market lending preferred.from deployment, and new Sol-diers are included in the quest First learning the safety pro- cedures, Soldiers learned how to Adoption: Active stay-home-mom & successful dad, young playful pup await miracle baby. Ex- Strong organizational skills, excep- tional customer service, ability to pri- Montgomery Communications build camaraderie, Engle oritize work day !and computer profi- Communications Inc. Since 1861said. go up a hill, how to stop, turn, penses paid. David & Robyn ciency a must.!Send !resume to: 1-800-410-7542 “We want them to be as climb a hill and cross logs, go or mail to:!comfortable as possible, be through mud holes and go over Announcements 330 Landee Thyfault c/o Peoples Ex - OFFICE HOURS Monday thru Friday 9 a.m .to 4:00 p.m. change Bank, PO Box 649, Concor-lighthearted and enjoy them- rocks,” Staskal said, adding Sol- ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from dia, KS! 66901.! CONFIDENTIALITY Closed Saturdayselves,” he said. diers then split up into teams to home *Medical, *Business, *Criminal GUARANTEED. Justice, *Hospitality. Job placement Joint Base Elmendorf-Rich- accomplish the mission. assitance. Computer available. Fi- MOTEL MANAGER COUPLEardson and Fort Wainwright– both in Alaska – are the only “Just about anything that nancial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certi- WANTED. Immediate Opening. Sal- ary / Living Quarters. Duties include PHONES gets in your way, you can go fied. Call 888-220-3977 www.Centu- office, housekeeping, light mainte-other installations that offer the over top,” he said. nance. Semi Retired/Disabled cou-ATV Warrior Adventure Quest. Help Wanted 370 Although Fort Riley is Staff Sgt. Matthew Garrison said the activity gave Battery A ples welcome. No experience needed. (866) 905-4500 762-5000 762-5000somewhat limited because ofits location within the Central a chance to get all the sections ! Business Office CirculationFlint Hills Region, Engle said back together for the first time PART-TIME CIRCULATION Display Advertising (Customer Service) since the unit returned from a AAFES Ft. Riley ExchangeOutdoor Recreation has be- six-month deployment to Iraq. is currently hiring for a variety CLERK. Twenty-one hours per week including Monday, Wednesday, Classified Advertisingcome quite proficient with itspaintball, skeet shooting and “This has been a good way of positions including retail, warehouse, and food. Food salary is competitive. Thursdays and Friday from 11 a.m. News Tips to 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays fromATV offerings and continually to get out and release some Retail salary is dependent on experience 12:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. High school SERVICE stress and just have some fun,” and negotiated at time of interview.seeks to “think outside the box” Benefits include shift differential, diploma or equivalent required. Pre-to generate new ideas to benefit 1st Lt. Brett Bochette said. double time for holidays, ID card and vious library experience preferred. If you did not receive your newspaper, performance increase after 6 months. Position open until filled. Application Shifts vary according to hours and job description available at Cir- contact Customer Service between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.)HUNTER’S Continued from page 15 of operation. If you are interested culation Desk, Dorothy Bramlage in working on Fort Riley, please visit Public Library, 230 West Seventh Street, Junction City. First review of 222 W. SIXTH STREET Click on “Employment”. applications will begin March 12. No Visit our Web Page at: www.thedailyunion.netInternet course material. This The field walk session will be or E-Mail us at: Temporary, PT, & FT positions available. phone calls please. EOE.pre-test will be administered at as much like an actual hunt asthe beginning of the field day. A possible. It is recommended to A Great Job Tire or auto service sales profes - with a Great Company sional who wants to earn top wagespassing score of 22 correct an- wear boots or walking shoes and with benefits. Must have a minimumswers out of 25 questions is re- long pants. is only a “Click” Away. of 5 years experience in the tire orquired to proceed with the rest For more information and auto repair industry. Apply at T.O. AIRLINES ARE HIRING-Train for Haas Tire, 808 South Washington inof the course. Students failing to register for the class, contact hands on Aviation Maintenance Ca- Junction City or send resume to jo-to achieve the minimum score the Conservation Branch, Fort reer. FAA approved program. Finan- 22 will be dismissed from the Riley Environmental Division, cial aid if qualified - Housing avail- TSI Kansas Inc. is seeking qualifiedclass. 785-239-6211. able. CALL Aviation Institute of Main- tenance. 888-248-7449. CDL Drivers. Two years experience, Clean MVR, current medical card. B&B BUSING Benefits: Paid Employee BC/BS, Va- Hiring bus drivers cation, 401(k). Call John, for daily routes. 785-632-5183 2 6 Experienced preferred ! •Alcohol and drug testing Welder position available through •Paid holidays Manpower. Candidates must pass SHERMAN, LOGAN & WALLACE COUNTIES, KANSAS AND •25 years old and older pre-employment screening and have KIT CARSON & CHEYENNE COUNTIES, COLORADO SELLER: HUDYE FARMS, U.S., INC. •$12.50/hour to start •Raise after 90 days 2722 Gateway Court stable work history, high school di- ploma or equivalent, and least 1 year of welding experience. Please apply 8 5 2 238-8555 at and call Call for apppointment 785-776-1094 after activating ac - EOE count. EOE •PRODUCTIVE DRYLAND & IRRIGATED CROPLAND – 1 EXCELLENT FOR WHEAT, CORN & SUNFLOWERS! Help Wanted 370 INFORMATIONAL MEETING K-STATE Friday, Mar. 2, 2012 – 10AM – Noon 9 2 1 at Burlington Community Center, Burlington, Colorado LOCATED FROM WINONA, KS TO STUDENT UNION 6 7 4 STRATTON, CO – Selling in Tracts FARM & RANCH REALTY, INC. C. ranging in size from 80 to 1,600 acres - Early Childhood Educator Needed 1420 W. 4th Colby, KS 67701 BUY 1 TRACT OR BUY THEM ALL!! TOLL FREE 1-800-247-7863 7863 What Is PRE-REGISTRATION AVAILABLE for K-State Department 4 3 DONALD L. HAZLETT BROKER/AUCTIONEER INTERNET BIDDING STARTS “When you list with Farm & Ranch, itʼs as good as SOLD!” MARCH 1, 2012 9 7 6 4 ? Assistant Teacher: The K-State Center for Child Development is currently hiring for a Teaching Assistant/Assistant Teacher. This position will work in the Infant/Toddler classroom. Position is full-time, 12-months term. Pay rate: $8.32 -$11.18 3 per hour. Excellent Benefits including Health Insur- Last Sudokus Answers The objective of the game is to fill all the ance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Sick EASY blank squares in a game with the correct and Vacation Leave, Retirement Plan, Childcare numbers. There are three very simple Discount. Tuition Assistance is available to pursue constraints to follow. In a 9 by 9 square sudoku game: Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Child- • Every row of 9 numbers must hood Education. Ability to pass KBI Background include all digits Check, Physical and TB Test required. Minimum 1 through 9 in any order • Every column of 9 numbers must Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED with 2 6 include all digits the expectation of actively pursuing Child Devel- 1 through 9 in any order opment Associate credential at center’s expense. • Every 3 by 3 subsection of the 9 by 9 square must include all digits Prefer Child Development Associate credential or 1 through 9 Associate degree in Early Childhood Education. 8 HigH Profile Advertising Open until filled. Priority Screening Starts: March 9, 2012 3 8 7 1 2 Send application, resume and 3 work related refer- ences to: K-State Student Union, Student Union Hu- sPAce AvAilAble man Resources, Manhattan, KS 66506. Questions 5 call gets it! Would you like your ad to appear in this spot? Call us now. First 41 call, Amy Horvatic at 785-532-6593 or email union- 762-5000 A criminal background check will be required for the candidates selected for hire. EOE 9 9 12 8
  • 17. HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE MARCH 9, 2012 | 17ClassifiedsHelp Wanted 370 Help Wanted 370 Help Wanted 370 Automobiles 680 Automobiles 680 Rooms, Apts. For Rent 740RECEPTIONIST/LEGAL SECRE - Drivers-OTR: Growing Fleet! Exp. flatbed Drivers: Regional oppor- Celebrating ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ HOMESTEADTARY: Immediate opening. Send re- GREAT MILES, PAY,! tunities now open with plenty of ★ ★sume with salary requirements to BENEFITS, HOMETIME! freight & great pay! 800-277-0212 or ★ ★ ★ ★ 28 years AUTO SALESP.O. Box 1325, Junction City, Kan- Clean MVR, 2yrs exp, CDL-A. ★ ★sas 66441 Karen: 636-584-6073! Ò You got the drive, We have the Di- ★ ★ ★ ★ Thank you! rectionÓ OTR drivers APU equipped ★ financing E-1 & up ★ Ap ApArtments Pre-Pass EZ-pass Pet/passenger ★ ★Auctions 550 policy. Newer equipment. 100% NO ★ (785) 238-2886 ★ Ultimate Living in a Perfect Setting • 10 Minutes from Fort Riley LAND AUCTION ★ ★ • Swimming pool/hot tub • 03 Lincoln Town Car 51K Miles ★ touch. 1-800-528-7825. ★ ★ ★ • Full size washer/dryer in every unit Musical Instruments 440 ★ • 03 Ford Explorer 85K Miles ★ • Clubhouse with home theater & game room ATTENTION PARENTS We have ★ ★ ★ • 06 Ford Freestar Van 70K Miles ★ THURSDAY, MARCH 15 — 7:00 PM the Keys to your childÕ s success... ★ ★ New & Used 1810 Caroline Ave Junction City, KS Auction held at Wamego Senior Center, WAMEGO, KS Visit us! Mid-America Piano! ★ ★ 785-238-4409 143.5 Acres +/- located 7 miles SE of Wamego on the NW cor- 800-950-3774 ★ full sErvicE dEpartmEnt ★ 1826 Tuttle Creek ★ ★ ner of the intersection of Mt Mitchell and Elderberry. (House ★ We Buy Vehicles! ★ excluded) Garage Sales 510 ★ ★ Blvd. Clean, nice, 1Bd, unfurnished apt. In Final Moving Sale All must go! ★ Trade-ins Welcome ★ quiet neighborhood. Available now. Shoes, clothing, households, purses, ★ Charlie Gay, Owner ★ Manhattan, Kansas NO PETS. 238-1340 ★ ★ music, books , etc., etc. or Scott Nielsen, Salesman ★ ★ 539-2565 Mobile Homes For Rent 750 Come to 2020 Nottingham in Junc- ★ 1736 N. Washington ★ 2 and 3BR, clean, W/D hookups, ★ ★ tion City, Friday, March 9th 2-6 & Junction City, KS Saturday 8-4 pm. DonÕ t miss it! ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★ 800-848-2565 A/C, large yards, near Post, school, lake. No Pets. 785-463-5321 “Our Large Sale! Leonardville Community This parcel has approximately 25 acres farm ground currently Building, Friday March 9 7am to 3BD, 1-3/4 bath, CA, large yard, planted to winter wheat and the balance is pasture. It has four ponds and has a new woven wire fence around the perimeter. 5pm. Furniture, clothing, toys, baby. Wilson Motors Reputation off-street parking. Near Post, school, lake. No Pets 785-463-5321 Pets & Supplies 560 1725 N. Washington is Your Rural water line runs on the land but hasnt been tapped. Power is on two sides of property. Trees, rolling hills and beautiful building AKC Registered brindle male English Houses For Rent 770 JC, KS Guarantee” spots. Current owner would entertain a leaseback option. Bulldogs. Ready to go middle of Available April 1, 2BD, CA, WD Broker Owned. March. 785-258-4138 762-5588 hookups, unfinished basement. Near Precious Puppies. Schnoodles, York- Post, Lake. No Pets. 785-463-5321 Call Terri Hollenbeck to schedule a viewing (785) 223-2947 TERMS: Real estate sales “AS-IS WHERE-IS”. 10% Non-refund- iepoos, Carin Terriers, Toy Poodles ‘95 Chevy Corvette.......................98K $9,995 Jim Brandenburg Military Approved Papillon . Single Family Homes able down money is required day of sale with a bank letter of ap- proved financing or ability to purchase. Must be able to close by 785-562-2818. Evening & weekends. ‘06 Cadillac DTS.......................101K $12,995 Owner All Styles & Price Ranges April 9, 2012. No contingencies accepted. Cash or check only, no ‘07 Chevy Avalanche KT ............49K $22,995 Mathis Lueker Property Management credit cards accepted. All Announcements day of sale take prece- Misc For Rent 600 ‘07 Chevy Malibu LS..................64K $10,995 831 W. 6th JCKS, 785-223-5505 dence over written materials. ‘07 KIA Optima LX .......................44K $9,995 Ron Hinrichsen, Auctioneer/Owner, Rooms, Apts. For Rent 740 Real Estate For Sale 780 ‘08 Ford Fusion SE AWD...........121K $11,995 785-456-6777 office Voted Best of the flint hills Homestead ‘08 Toyota Corolla S...................58K $13,995 ‘08 Toyota Tacoma Pre-runner..46K $24,995 Call us to see why Knights Motel ‘09 Hyundai Accent GLS ............46K $10,995 406 Lincoln, Wamego, KS • Terri Hollenbeck, Owner/Broker of ‘09 Pontiac G6 ...........................30K $13,995 Crites Real Estate Columbus ‘09 Pontiac Vibe.........................43K $13,995 Daily Rate 1 Bed $34 785-238-5720 2 Day Estate Auction 126 W 7th St., JC ‘10 Ford Escape XLT ...................85K $15,995 tax inc. Reception Hall has Weekly Rate 1 Bed $170 weekend availability For more info, 1,2,3 Beds Available Sat. March 10th 9:30 am Call 785-806-2445 for check out Sun. March 11th 10:30 am details our website: 785-238-2886 1736 N. Washington, Sterl Hall (Climate Controlled) RV’s, Campers 660 For Rent: camper parking spaces, Junction City 619 N. Rogers, Abilene, KS 44X150 size, 3 blocks to Milford Lake, near Post. 785-463-5321 Items Selling Saturday March 10 Travel Trailer. 2003 19ft Four Winds Ex Spress. Good condition. $4,500 LL 76 50 2- HouseHold: (9:30 AM) Patio furniture; kitchenwares; area rugs; OBO. 785-210-6011 CA AY 00 artist paints & brushes; bedding; tools; 2002 52” RCA HDTV floor D Automobiles 680 TO model monitor TV; lots of other quality household. ModeRN FuRNITuRe: (11:30 AM) 4 pcs. dark hardwood furniture by Baker Furniture Co. Armoire, low side board, dining table & serv- Find Your Next Home With Find Your Next Home With ing buffet; Keller Oak China hutch; 5 pc. Mount Airey Furniture Co. dark wood bedroom set (quality); 5 pc. Davis Co. French Proven- cial bedroom set; 6 sofas & loveseats; lots of other quality modern “We make furniture. buying easier!” THe HomeGuide THe Home Guide Items Selling Sunday March 11 oRIeNTAl & AsIAN ANTIQues: (1st 5 items have cert. of antiq- uity and identity) 2 silk scrolls w/ figurine designs 70” X 24” framed 1830’s; 10” wood seated Budda Ming Dynasty; 14” blue & white porc. plate 1796-1820; porc. blue & white wine cup w/ dragon insert 1840’s; wood offering box w/ intricate carving; pr. “Famille Rose” 24” Temple Vases; 2 blue & white Qwan Yin woman statues 31” & 24” Manager tall; Hindu bronze statues; Cloisonne items; Ivory & Soaptone items; 100’s of other oriental antiques; 10 Oriental & Persian rugs, large & Specials! small, old & newer (good quality); ANTIQues: Majolica Dogwood & woven fence pat. domed cheese keeper; 25 pcs. Cambridge Rose point; US 1856 $1 gold coin; jewelry; Reed & Barton “Winthorp” serving tray; seashell collection; antique furniture pie safe & dry sink; Wedgewood Jasperware; African baskets; Egyptian items; set Goebel Burgund pat. dishes; many other antiques. For a complete listing and 30 color photos, go to and click on Marketplace and then Auctions. Many quality items. Decorator’s Paradise. 2005 Hyundai Sonata Mary Rose Vanscyoc estate $1,295 Down Terms: Cash or good check w/ proper Id. statements made day of auction takes precedence over all printed material. LDS MUGLER GEIST O Auction Service NREY P.O. Box 273 102 N. 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  • 18. Y M CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK Y M C K C K Travel & Fun in Kansas18 | MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE  MARCH 9, 2012 HOME OF THE BIG RED ONE PAGE 18  IN BRIEF Fort Riley’s Leisure Travel Center offers many discounted vacations. The JCLT announces cast for ‘Patsy Cline’ production following are just some of the many JCLT production. Mayo previously directed behind-the-scenes on ‘’A Closer Walk was most recently seen in this season’s discounts available to Department of JCLT’s productions of ‘’Steel Magno- with Patsy Cline’’ are Mike Mayo as set hit comedy, ‘’An Evening of Culture: Defense cardholders: JUNCTION CITY – The Junction lias,’’ ‘’Almost Maine,’’ ‘’Taffeta Mem- designer and Jimmilee Rempe as light- Faith County 2.’’ City Little Theater has announced the ories’’ and ‘’G.I. Holiday Jukebox.’’ ing designer. New to the JCLT stage is Patsy Event: Kansas City Get-a-Way cast and crew of its upcoming pro- Mayo came to the Central Flint Hills Music director for the show is Steve Cline understudy, April Zieber. She When: Ongoing duction, ‘’A Closer Walk with Patsy Region after 19 years as the manag- Fansler of Chapman. New to the JCLT is a regional singing sensation with Fort Riley’s Leisure Travel Cline.’’ ing director of the touring wing of the stage, Fansler is a world-renowned her country duo, “Mended Wings.” Center has several hotels with The play is the biographical story Omaha Community Playhouse. musician who has worked with art- Also debuting in ‘’A Closer Walk with great military discounts. Pre-pay of Cline’s climb to stardom from her Another Little Theater veteran ists including Wayne Newton, Quincy Patsy Cline’’ is Brian Clark, assistant and receive a discount and it is hometown in Virginia, to the Grand working on ‘’A Closer Walk with Patsy Jones, U2, Huey Lewis, Minnie Pearl fire chief, Geary County Rural Fire tax exempt. Great Wolf Lodge Ole Opry, Las Vegas and Carnegie Cline’’ is production manager Dustin and many others. Department, as the Grand Ole Opry has something for every member Hall. Pfamatter. He most recently appeared Veteran actors returning for this comic; and Ralph DeZago, city pros- of the pack! It’s a howlin’ good ‘’A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline’’ in JCLT’s 2009 holiday production, Little Theater production include Kim ecutor, Junction City, as the Las Vegas time for the whole family featur- opens April 27 at the C. L. Hoover ‘’G.I. Holiday Jukebox.” Also return- Quire as Patsy Cline. Quire was last comic. ing five huge water slides, three Opera House and features musical and ing to work behind-the-scenes is Paula seen in JCLT’s 2011 to 2012 season Rehearsals are underway, and ‘’A kiddie slides, two pools, a giant stage talent from all over the region, Barczewski-Jarnot. Barczewski-Jarnot, opener, ‘’The Sound of Music.’’ Steve Closer Walk with Patsy Cline’’ opens waterfront and more. Continue including JCLT veterans and a num- who will be assistant to the director Seitz, technical coordinator for the C. at the C. L. Hoover Opera House at the adventure at Northern Lights ber of performers making their little on this production, last loaned her tal- L. Hoover Opera House, will bring to 7:30 p.m. April 27. Additional show Arcade with more than 100 games theater debuts. ents to the JCLT during the produc- life the role of the Little Big Man, and times are 7:30 p.m. April 28, and the and ticket redemption. Looking The production is directed by tion of ‘’G.I. Holiday Jukebox.’’ Other rounding out the veterans in the cast is final matinee performance at 2 p.m. for a Park and Fly at Kansas City Carolyn Mayo in her fifth little theater veteran JCLT crew members working Kim Riley as Early Bird Johnson. Riley April 29. International? The LTC can book the Clarion Airport Inn for only $70.50; that includes up to 14 days of free parking and complimentary continental breakfast. Going to a Jim Brickman to perform at McCain, Manhattan concert at the Sprint Center? LTC K-STATE MEDIA RELATIONS Brickman’s trademark solo piano selec- on multiple occasions. However, this starting at $17 for K-State students has discounts for the Phillips Hotel, tions, as well as his humor and warmth. will be his first time at McCain so we and $34 for the general public. Dis- within walking distance. For more MANHATTAN – America’s ro- Musical pieces to be performed at the are expecting an incredible turnout for counts for K-State faculty and staff, information, call 785-239-5614 or mantic piano sensation is coming to concert include “Valentine,” “Love a very entertaining evening.” military and children are also available. 785-239-4415. of My Life,” “If You Believe,” “Never With the introduction of pop-style Kansas State University’s McCain Per- They can be purchased at the McCain Alone” and more. instrumentals, Brickman has revolu- Event: Sandals “All-Inclusive” formance Series. Jim Brickman will “Jim Brickman is a real crowd- tionized the sound of solo piano, and Auditorium box office from 11:30 Vacation perform at 7:30 p.m. March 11 in pleaser,” said Todd Holmberg, direc- his concerts create a musical celebra- a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, or by call- When: Ongoing McCain Auditorium. tor, McCain Auditorium. “He has a tion for audiences seeking an escape ing 785-532-6428. Tickets also can be Imagine having everything Part of The Romanza Tour, the loyal Midwestern fan base as he has ap- from the demands of everyday life. purchased online at a heart could desire on a Carib- performance will feature a variety of peared in several Kansas communities Tickets are on sale now, with prices mccain. bean get-a-way. Slow down and enjoy the warmth and charm of K-State to offer music, dance, arts during March the islands, while indulging in a level of luxury and service found only at the world’s most extraor- dinary discounted prices. Military discounts are available through K-STATE MEDIA RELATIONS at the McCain Auditorium box office p.m. March 14 at the Beach Museum. will show a classical ballet work in the LTC, Building 6918. For more from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays McMann, assistant professor of digi- performance, and guest artist Darwa- information, call 785-239-5614 or MANHATTAN – Art, music, or at the Little Theater box office in tal art at K-State, will explore some na Tijan from Ghana will visit during 785-239-4415. dance and theatrical performances the K-State Student Union, Wednes- contemporary artists using emerging the production to teach and perform will take center stage at several Kan- day through Friday. Tickets also can technology in their art practice. a traditional West African dance set Event: Colorado Ski Packages sas State University cultural events in be purchased by calling 785-532- • The K-State Jazz Bands, directed to an African xylophone ensemble. When: Spring break March. 6428 or at by Wayne Goins, professor of music, Tickets cost $8 to $14 and can be Military discounts for Cop- The following events, all free un- • K-State will welcome tuba and will perform a concert at 7:30 p.m. purchased at the McCain Auditorium per Mountain and Winter Park less otherwise indicated, are spon- bassoon students from across the re- March 14 in Forum Hall at the K- box office from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. lift tickets are available. Let LTC, sored by K-State’s McCain Perfor- gion to the “Tubaphonium Festival State Student Union. weekdays or at the