Big Red One commanders to discuss the application of leadership in military life
FORT RILEY, Kan. (WIBW) – Current and former Big Red One commanders will be part of a panel on a virtual discussion to talk about the application of leadership in military life and beyond.
Fort Riley said that on Tuesday, June 8 at 7 p.m., the First Division Museum will host a virtual panel that will feature past and present Big Red One commanders, including the current 1st Infantry Division and Ft. Riley commanding general, the Major General DA Sims. He said panel members will express their thoughts on the application of leadership in their military life and beyond.
According to the military base, other panel participants include retired General Vincent K. Brooks, retired Lieutenant General Ronald L. Watts, retired Lieutenant General Thomas G. Rhame, retired Lieutenant General Perry L. Wiggins and Retired Major General David L. Grange.
Ft. Riley says pre-event registration is required and the event will be offered through Zoom and free.
“We have assembled a remarkable group of general officers whose experiences during active service are extremely relevant to all walks of life,” said Salter. “They agreed to share their perspectives on leadership as military and civilian officers, and to share their experiences leading some of America’s best men and women in peacetime and in combat. We are fortunate to have this rare opportunity to bring them together.
To register for the Zoom event, click HERE.
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