June 14, 2007
By April Blackmon
Fort Riley Soldiers represent various periods in the Army's history during a ceremony commerating the Army's 232nd birthday June 14 at Fort Riley, Kan.
Col. Kevin O'Connell, 1st Sustainment Brigade commander, and Pvt. Lonnie Worley, representing the youngest Fort Riley Soldier, cut the Army's birthday cake at a ceremony June 14 at Fort Riley's Cavalry Museum.
Fort Riley Soldiers represent the Army from the Revolutionary War to Operation Iraqi Freedom during the Army's birthday ceremony June 14 at Fort Riley, Kan.
One of the last remaining Buffalo Soldiers, 1st Sgt. Albert Curley, talks with Fort Riley Soldiers June 14. Curley enlisted in 1940 and spent his 28-year Army career as a Soldier in the 9th (Horse) Cavalry.
Fort Riley's 1st Infantry Division Band performs during the Army's birthday ceremony June 14.