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The 1st Infantry Division is the 's most historic division. No Mission Too Difficult, No Sacrifice Too Great — DUTY FIRST!
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1st Infantry Division Nov 11
Soldiers from posted the colors during the National WWI Museum and Memorial Ceremony in KCMO today. The Honorable Quinton Lucas, mayor of Kansas City spoke of his gratitude for all service members past and present for their service.
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1st Infantry Division Nov 11
Freezing temps and snow couldn't stop the 27th Annual today! Thank you to the and the countless other organizations that made this event a success!
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1st Infantry Division Nov 11
On the 11th Hour, 11th Day, 11th Month. Take a few minutes this Veterans Day to honor the generations of Soldiers who have served with the .
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1st Infantry Division Nov 2
Above the First! The transferred authority to , successfully completing their mission. For nine months, the Demons brought aviation capabilities to , supporting operations across the continent.
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1st Infantry Division Oct 29
Mission accomplished! The officially completed it's mission today, transferring authority to . These Warriors spent nine months training across with our allies and partners.
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1st Infantry Division Oct 26
We're off to ! First time Forward will serve as an operational headquarters for and Allied Forces. 1ID Forward brings division-level C2 capability, building readiness.
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1st Infantry Division Oct 23
The Master Gunners getting it done. Making sure we stay a lethal force!
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1st Infantry Division Oct 21
Family members and friends of fallen servicemen and women gathered at Anderson Memorial Park, Plainville, Kansas, Oct 18 2019, to remember their loved ones during a “Remembering the Fallen ceremony.”
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1st Infantry Division Oct 18
Soldiers represented their units in the Soldier/NCO of the Quarter competition. They competed physically and mentally in a variety of events over the course of three days. !
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1st Infantry Division Oct 15
The & led the in retention this year—a testament to our dedicated leaders and supportive Families. presented the award during training holiday on Nov. 1 to recognize this achievement!
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1st Infantry Division Oct 14
A trip to Washington D.C. for wouldn’t be complete without stopping by the 1st Division Monument on the grounds. Erected in 1919, this monument honors the generations of Soldiers who have served with the .
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1st Infantry Division Oct 13
Time to get after it! The and Ten-Miler team was up early on a Sunday for the big run!
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1st Infantry Division Oct 7
Engineers with took to Savage Field and made vital repairs to the Landing Zone and made it more accessible to aircraft.
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1st Infantry Division Oct 5
Colonel Tom O’Connor and Command Sergeant Major Craig Bishop led the K-State Wildcats onto the field today. The partnership with , the Big Red One, and is strong and will continue for years to come.
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1st Infantry Division Oct 5
It’s at Bill Snyder Football Stadium!! Tailgating is underway at Cat Town Tailgate. The Wildcats take on today at 2:30 p.m. May the best team win!
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1st Infantry Division Oct 4
Chow time!!! Check out the upcoming changes to the Dining Facilities on
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1st Infantry Division Oct 4
The 1st Infantry Division's Concert in the Park brought family and friends together with good food and great entertainment provided by the 1ID Country Band.
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1st Infantry Division Sep 30
Soldiers test the new Enhanced Night Vision Goggle-Binoculars. The ENVG-B is helping make our military more lethal than ever.
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1st Infantry Division Sep 26
Join us Thursday October 3rd as the Country Band hosts their Concert in the Park. There will be food and fun for all ages so bring the family.
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1st Infantry Division Sep 25
SFC Bowles and SSG Rice are representing in the CSM Jack L. Clark Jr. Army Best Medic Competition. The two-Soldier team competition challenges the Army's best medical personnel in a simulated operational environment. Good luck!
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