Updated: 09/29/2008 - A mission at Fort Riley that trains advisers sent to Iraq and Afghanistan is being reassigned to Fort Polk, La., home of the Joint Readiness Training Center.
Posted: 09/28/2008 - Fort Riley troops care about more than just military issues, and say whoever wins the election will be the new Commander in Chief.
Posted: 09/27/2008 - As of Friday, Sept. 26, 2008, at least 4,173 members of the U.S. military have died in the Iraq war since it began in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.
Updated: 09/26/2008 - Pakistan warned U.S. troops not to intrude on its territory Friday, after the two anti-terror allies traded fire along the volatile border with Afghanistan, the first serious exchange with Pakistani forces acknowledged by the U.S..
Updated: 09/25/2008 - Approximately 40 members of Leadership Kansas watched the Transition Teams preparing for their urban deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan thursday at Fort Riley.
Posted: 09/24/2008 - Six from the Air Force, two Army Generals are punished for shipping nuclear fuses to Taiwan.
Posted: 09/24/2008 - Bruno G. Desolenni, a 32-year-old Army captain, died Sept. 20 from wounds caused by a blast that struck his vehicle in Afghanistan. He was assigned to the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley. To date, 157 soldiers, sailors and airmen assigned to Fort Riley have died in combat.
Posted: 09/24/2008 - A ceremony for teh 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team on Fort Riley will be held September 30 to see the 3,700 soldiers off to Southwest Asia.
Posted: 09/24/2008 - New measure still requires approval from presidential committee, but would take advantage of sharp decline in violence to organize new elections.
Posted: 09/23/2008 - Visitors needing access to Fort Riley during evening hours will need to get a visitor pass at Henry Gate beginning October 1.
Posted: 09/22/2008 - Soldiers from the 15th Financial Management Company are welcomed by their families in a ceremony Monday night after returning from a 14-month deployment to Iraq.
Posted: 09/22/2008 - Each month Fort Riley honors Soldiers and civilians who are retiring from service. This month’s ceremony will be conducted 9 a.m. Sept. 24.
Updated: 09/23/2008 - Capt. Bruce E. Hays, 42, died of wounds suffered Sept. 17 in Gerdia Seria, Afghanistan, when the vehicle he was traveling in struck an improvised explosive device.
Posted: 09/22/2008 - Fresh from relinquishing command in Iraq, Gen. David Petraeus had some words of wisdom to offer to officers during a closed-door session at Fort Leavenworth.
Posted: 09/20/2008 - The Historical and Archeological Society of Fort Riley are pre-selling apple pies until Sept. 21 at $8 per pie. To order pies, please contact Tina Nelson at email@example.com.
Posted: 09/19/2008 - Secretary of Defense tells America's NATO allies that it expects them to share in the cost of the expanding effort in Afghanistan, cost that include expanding the size of the Afghan army and training their security forces.
Posted: 09/19/2008 - A deployment ceremony to bid the Soldiers from the 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team farewell is scheduled for Sept. 30 on Cavalry Parade Field. The ceremony is open to the public.
Posted: 09/19/2008 - The All American Beef Battalion is sponsoring a steak feed cookout Saturday in honor of the Kansas National Guard's 287th Sustainment Brigade. The soldiers will be seen off in a deployment ceremony Friday, Sept. 26.
Posted: 09/19/2008 - Korean officials accuse the United States of failing to meet its obligations under the disarmament-for-aid tagreement, says it will restart nuclear program.
Posted: 09/19/2008 - Approximately 20 Soldiers from Detachment F, 15th Financial Management Company, are expected to return early next week from a 14-month deployment to Iraq. They will be reunited with their families in a ceremony.
Posted: 09/19/2008 - Approximately 260 Kansas National Guard soldiers are conducting pre-mobilization training in preparation for deployment to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. A deployment ceremony is planned for 2p.m. Friday, Sept. 26.
Posted: 09/18/2008 - The mother of a Marine who witnesses say covered a grenade with his body to save comrades in Iraq plans to appeal to Congress to award her son the nation's highest military honor after learning it was denied by Defense Secretary Robert Gates because of questions about his final act.