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    Firefighters learn ropes

    Firefighters learn ropes

    09.26.2019 | Photo by Collen McGee
    Fort Riley Firefighters built a ropes system during a training scenario that used a Partech bipod to give them a high point and the leverage they...
    Firefighetrs learn Ropes

    Firefighetrs learn Ropes

    09.26.2019 | Photo by Collen McGee
    A training scenario during a Ropes Technician Course for Fort Riley and guest firefighters Sept. 26, called for the rescuers to save a bridge...

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    Do Jargon: Whose AO is it anyway?

    10.03.2019 | Story by Collen McGee
    Each week Doc Jargon explains the meaning, or origin of a bit of military terminology. Doc does it with humor and a sincere desire to educate the world on the language specific to our military culture.

    Life honored step-by-step

    10.02.2019 | Story by Collen McGee
    September was Suicide Awareness Month and Irwin Army Community Hospital staff held a Value of Life Honor Walk Sept. 26 in the labyrinth healing garden.
    Soldiers learn to take care of barracks

    Soldiers learn to take care of barracks

    06.14.2019 | Courtesy Story
    When Soldiers go home and a light bulb needs changing or a hole in the wall needs patching, they or a family member will usually handle that task....

    Former 'Big Red One' Soldier receives Distinguished...

    03.28.2019 | Story by Patrecia Geistfeld
    One never knows how they will respond when faced with incredible violence and destruction as death stares them in the eye. Throughout the Army’s history, many Soldiers have risen above their own survival instinct to aid others. But few have reached the point of heroism worthy of the Distinguished Service Cross.

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