1st Infantry Division
Fort Riley is home to the 1st Infantry Division.
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Historic Fort Riley
Fort Riley was established in 1853 along the Santa Fe Trail to protect settlers and travelers as they moved westward.
Modern training facilities and ranges at Fort Riley ensure our warfighters are prepared to deploy around the globe in support of our nation's freedom.
Fort Riley features six physical fitness centers with top-of-the-line equipment and programs designed to offer what you need to stay in shape and be healthy.
Fort Riley delivers the full spectrum of the live, virtual, construct, and gaming integrated training environment to the Soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division and partnered National Guard and Army Reserve units.
Irwin Army Community Hospital
Irwin Army Community Hospital opened in 2016, offering the Fort Riley community state of the art facilities.
The Flint Hills region offers residents a diverse array of activities. Explore the natural wonders of the Central Flint Hills and Milford Wetlands, visit cultural and historic sites, or try your hand at indoor and outdoor recreation activites both on and off post.
WHO WE ARE
Fort Riley is located in the Flint Hills Region of Kansas. We are home to Soldiers and families of the 1st Infantry Division known as "The Big Red One" which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2017. There are approximately 15,000 active duty service members assigned to Fort Riley with more than 18,000 family members, 29,000 veterans and retirees and 5,600 civilian employees who live in the region and/or work at the post. The 1st Infantry Division as well as National Guard and Reserve units from several states use the modern training facilities at Fort Riley to gain skills necessary to defend our nation. Garrisons, also called an installation or post, are communities that provide many of the same types of services expected from any small town. Law enforcement, fire protection, sports & recreational facilities, religious activities, child & youth programs are just a small sample of the support and services we provide every day.
GOOD TO KNOW
SEXUAL HARASSMENT/ASSAULT PREVENTION (SHARP) — HELP IS AVAILABLE
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SMART SCHOLARSHIP-FOR SERVICE PROGRAM
The Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship is for the DOD civilian workforce. Applications can be submitted beginning August 1, 2020. For more information CLICK HERE⚠.
For more information on voting and participating in political campaigns - be in the know!
Department of the Army Civilians must adhere to the Hatch Act, which is a law intended to assure the public that federal programs are being administered fairly and without the influence of partisan politics.
Military members are under the DOD Directive 1344.10, “Political Activities by Members of the Armed Forces on Active Duty.”
Many of the rules outlined within the Hatch Act and DODD 1344.10 are straightforward: not mentioning your official position when endorsing a candidate in a partisan election; not wearing a political campaign button to work; not soliciting campaign contributions; etc. What may be considered less straightforward is how the Hatch Act and DODD 1344.10 apply to social media and online communication.
The "Big Red One"
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Fort Riley News
Publication - The 1st Infantry Division Post
Jul 31, 2020
This week we check out the birthday of both the Staff Judge Advocate Corps and the Chaplain Corp; learn about job openings on Fort Riley and get a look at the Rim Rock Housing Community and the renovations taking place on the homes there.Continue to full story
Rim Rock Resurrection
Jul 31, 2020
Rim Rock community on Fort Riley's Historic Main Post recently underwent a major renovation. The features are modern and energy efficient while staying true to the history of each home.Continue to full story
Rim Rock Resurrection [Image 6 of 6]
Jul 31, 2020
Rim Rock community on Fort Riley's Historic Main Post recently underwent a major renovation. The features are modern and energy efficient while staying true to the history of each home. (U.S. Army Photo/Eryk Hayden)Continue to full story