Welcome to Fort Riley and 1st Infantry Division (1ID), home of the "Big Red One" (BRO).
The mission is to deliver dynamic human resource administrative support services and provide functional programs to sustain readiness at Fort Riley.
Fort Riley's Army Community Service provides first class services and support to Soldiers, Families, and Army civilian employees that enhances readiness, improves quality of life and increases well-being.
The Education Services office creates a customer focused learning environment that integrates current education, training and transition programs to provide broad learning opportunities, facilitate access to services and enhance the visibility of all installation student programs.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) mission is to strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army´s workforce, to conserve manpower and enhance the combat readiness of Soldiers. The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) supports commanders with proactive programs that focus on prevention education and training.
The Fort Riley Casualty Assistance Office provides assistance to next-of-kin of critically injured, ill or deceased service members, retirees, and veterans to include benefits counseling; military funeral honors; and Casualty Assistance / Notification Officer training.
The most up-to-date information and locations for deployment and welcome home ceremonies is available here. The arrival times are subject to change without notice, if you are planning on attending a ceremony, check here for the latest updates.
The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center is made up of a team of human resources professionals dedicated to supporting and empowering service members, civilian employees , families and veterans worldwide in an era of persistent conflict. The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center recruits, retains and sustains a high quality volunteer force through innovative and effective enterprise solutions and ensures human resources readiness of the Total Army across the full spectrum of operations.
Soldiers must use the VIOS website to set up an appointment to have a DA Photo taken. The VIOS website can be accessed with an AKO username and password or with CAC login. In order to view appointments available at a photo lab on a nearby installation, you will have to update your profile location to that installation.
The Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System is a database of information on uniformed service members (sponsors), U.S.-sponsored foreign military, DoD and uniformed service civilians, other personnel as directed by the DoD, and their family members.
Dining Facility locations, hours, and information.
Find driving directions to Fort Riley, and alternative transportation for Soldiers without POVs. .
The Equal Opportunity (EO) program formulates, directs, and sustains a comprehensive effort to maximize human potential to ensure fair treatment for military personnel, family members, and civilians without regard to race, color, gender, religion, or national origin, and provide an environment free of unlawful discrimination and offensive behavior.
Fire and Emergency Services is responsible for all fire fighting (structural, aircraft, and wildland), emergency dispatching services, by civilians or military, fire prevention (technical services), hazardous materials (HAZMAT)/ Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-yield Explosives (CBRNE) response, Weapons of Mass Destruc- tion (WMD), Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), emergency medical services (EMS), rescue services, disaster preparedness, and ancillary services.
The Fort Riley Freedom of Information and Privacy Act Office is responsible for the management of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) & Privacy Act (PA) in accordance with 5 USC, and Public Law 106-554. The office staff provides information to military members, Department of Defense civilians, military family members, the American public, Congress and the news media.
Fort Riley Housing Services
The Housing Services Office (HSO) assists Soldiers and their families locating off-post housing.
The 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley Inspector General (IG) serves as an extension of the Commanding General by providing him with an independent and impartial assessment of the readiness, morale, welfare, and discipline of the Command and report on other matters that impact upon the economy and/or efficiency of the Command.
Fort Riley iWATCH Suspicious Activity Reporting website submission form, where you can report suspicious activities or behaviors that may indicate terrorist activity or ongoing criminal activity.
Logistics Readiness Center
The Military Personnel Services Division is involved in all of the activities of sustaining the human dimension needs of Soldiers, retirees, veterans, and their families. Some of these activities include Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) and Central In/Out-processing, casualty affairs, separations, ID Card and DEERS services, retirement services, and the full spectrum of military personnel office services.
This office provides incoming and outgoing official mail and distribution services to units/organizations. Services provided are sorting mail and distribution, delivering and distributing mail, processing accountable mail, and metering of outgoing official mail.
Soldiers deploying will find it necessary to have a secured place to store their Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) while deployed. On Fort Riley, the Government provides uncovered storage for all Soldiers who will be deploying for more than 30 days.
Fort Riley policy letters, regulations, pamphlets, Strategic Plan 2013 and Economic Impact Summary.
Ready Army is a community awareness campaign to increase knowledge and awareness of severe weather preparedness amongst all Soldiers, family members, DA civilians and contractors who live and work on Fort Riley.
Recycling is the process removing items, like cans, newspapers and plastic bottles out of the trash stream and processing them for reuse as new products. Collecting and reusing these items reduces impacts on the environment, and helps sustain Army readiness.
The Religious Support Office serves Soldiers and families at six chapels located across post and in every unit offering worship services with your spiritual needs in mind. Whatever your religious background, you can grow and flourish during your assignment here in the heart of America. There are many worship opportunities, representing a wide variety of faiths.
Relocation is part of military life. Moving your home and Family is never easy, but planning ahead can go a long way toward easing the changes ahead. Make a smooth move reality by visiting the Relocation Readiness office at Army Community Service.
The Retirement Services Office handles all aspects of the retirement process, from helping Soldiers put their retirement packets together, counseling Soldiers regarding potential retirement benefits, to counseling spouses on the Survivors Benefits Plan.
Sexual Harassment / Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) enhances Army readiness through the prevention of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and associated retaliatory behaviors while providing comprehensive response capabilities.
Soldier and Family Assistance Center
Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program's mission is to provide pre-separation counseling, transition and employment assistance services to Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve Soldiers and Airmen, Department of Defense civilians who are considering or preparing to depart the military and all work age family members of each of the above groups.
The USO strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. For over 77 years, the USO has been the nation’s leading organization to serve the men and women in the U.S. military, and their families, throughout their time in uniform. From the moment they join, through their assignments and deployments, and as they transition back to their communities, the USO is always by their side.
The Fort Riley Veterinary Treatment Facility (VTF) is professionally staffed by U.S. Army Veterinary Command Personnel. The VTF provides preventive medicine, vaccinations, sick call, and health certificates for both Interstate and International travel to animals by Active Duty and Retired DoD service members, and their dependents.
Volunteers: The Heart of the Army Community.
Voting Assistance Officers (VAOs) work to ensure that military and overseas voters understand their voting rights, how to register to vote absentee, and have access to accurate nonpartisan voting information and assistance. VAOs may be members of the Uniformed Services, civilians, or members of overseas U.S. citizen organizations.
Fort Riley regulation requires Soldiers to register all firearms brought on to the installation with their commanding officer. This includes Soldiers living off post, but who plan on bringing their firearms on post.