Army's top enlisted soldier to visit Fort Riley
Published on -9/12/2012, 8:21 AM
FORT RILEY, Kan. (AP) -- The Army's top enlisted soldier is traveling to Fort Riley to meet with soldiers and their families.
Sgt. Major Raymond Chandler is also scheduled to observe training exercises by units of the 1st Infantry Division during his visit Wednesday to the northeast Kansas post.
Chandler will talk with enlisted personnel and their families about life in the Army and any concerns they have.
This is Chandler's second visit to Fort Riley this year. He accompanied Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Lloyd Austin on a tour of five posts around the country.