Starting next year, Fort Riley will become home to a U.S. Army pilot program intended to centralize care and services for sexual harassment an…
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JUNCTION CITY, Kan., Sept. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Active-duty service members at Fort Riley, Kansas—one of the largest U.S. military installations—will receive data-guided recommendations for upskilling and employment opportunities as they prepare for the transition to the civilian workforce, thanks to a new pilot program called Junction Military Civilian Innovation. Using a career advising platform built by data services firm AstrumU®, the program will harness the power of data science to analyze the skillsets of thousands of active-duty soldiers, helping them to identify right-fit career opportunities across a network of some of the region's largest employers.
Fort Riley soldiers are returning home Saturday after nine months of duty in South Korea.
Fort Riley is in the process of vaccinating soldiers, to comply with a recent directive from the Department of Defense.
Approximately 500 troops from Fort Riley will deploy in support of Afghan evacuees in the United States.
Retired Lt. Gen. Mike Dodson, left, shakes hands with Maj. Gen. Patrick D. Frank, then-Fort Riley acting senior commander, during a Victory wi…
After seeing a proposed city government vision statement, the public is seeking something shorter and “less boring.”
Rep. Ron Highland was recently inducted into the United States Army Officer Candidate School Hall of Fame.
USD 475 Geary County is getting a new elementary school to replace the aging Jefferson Elementary building in Fort Riley.
A crew member with the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, looks out the side of an HH-60 Blackhawk in May at Fort Riley. Abou…