1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, Iron Rangers added 6 new photos.
3 hours ago
As a mechanized infantry battalion, the Iron Rangers depend on working vehicles, which means our mechanics are some of the most important people (and unsung heroes) in the battalion. In recognition of their tireless work, their platoon leadership (part of the Iron Gladiators forward support company) treated them today to an unexpected pizza dinner. ... See MoreSee Less
A view inside the brigade Equipment Repair Parts Specialists (ERPS, formerly known as PLL) building, with 1-16s desk front and center. This serves as a central hub for our effort to repair our own vehicles and return the ones we borrowed from NTC. ... See MoreSee Less
Iron Rangers are in the final week at the Fort Irwin National Training Center, with many things to do in preparation for our return to Fort Riley. Most of the work now occurs in the Rotational Unit Field Maintenance Area, across a road from our living area. Here mechanics and other Soldiers work hard to order and install parts, wash vehicles for turn in, and conduct repairs. ... See MoreSee Less
While we were in the box here at Fort Irwin National Training Center, Soldiers continued to have opportunities to worship. In this photo, the Iron Rangers Unit Ministry Team held a Christian service in the shade of a HMMWV.
Today being Sunday, Soldiers have the opportunity to go to church inside the RUBA (Rotational Unit Bivuoac Area):
0900 Catholic service, meet at 0820 at mayor's cell for carpool (already happened, but we had a good showing of 1-16 Soldiers)
1900 Buddhist service at outdoor tables next to Burger King
1900 Protestant service at DFAC #1 (northernmost DFAC pad)
2000 Latter-day Saint service at DFAC bldg 6043 (near shopette)
Even in the field or at NTC, Soldiers can exercise their right as Americans to the free exercise of religion. ... See MoreSee Less
1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, Iron Rangers added 2 new photos.
3 days ago
Iron Ranger 6 gathered the battalion together this morning to congratulate 1-16 on a job well done in the box, and to issue one critical piece of guidance: be safe as we prepare to return home. ... See MoreSee Less