Secretary of the Army Visits Fort Riley

By Staff Sgt. Christina M. O'ConnellJuly 21, 2007

Chester, the 1st Infantry Division dog, takes advantage of a photo opportunity with Secretary of the Army Pete Geren during his visit to Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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Members of the Warrior Transition Unit meet with Secretary of the Army Pete Geren during his visit to Fort Riley, Kan., July 20. Soldiers shared their comments and questions with Secretary Geren about  the progress of the Warrior Transition Unit.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren speaks with attendees of the Community Leaders/Chamber of Commerce breakfast held at Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren talks with members of the Navy during his visit to Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren views the system used to train Soldiers the basics in the Arabic language at Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren speaks to members of the media about his visit to Fort Riley during a press conference at the Kansas-based post, July 20.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren talks with members of the Irwin Army Hospital Nurse Station during his tour of the facilities at Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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A family member of a Fort Riley Soldier asks Secretary of the Army Pete Geren questions concerning Army benefits for families during a Town Hall meeting at Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren meets members of a 1st Infantry Division Transition Team at Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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Secretary of the Army Pete Geren speaks to command and community leaders during breakfast at Fort Riley, Kan., July 20.
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