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  1. A History of St. John's Military School, Salina, Kansas, 1887-1963 by Virgil B. Loy, 1964
  2. Military Facilities in Kansas: Forts in Kansas, United States Army School of Advanced Military Studies, Fort Riley, Baxter Springs, Kansas
  3. (Color Reprint) 1961 Yearbook: St. Joseph Military Junior College, Hays, Kansas
  4. (Color Reprint) 1962 Yearbook: St. Joseph Military Junior College, Hays, Kansas
  5. Remarks,: Introductory to the course in military art, at the Infantry and Cavalry School and Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas by Eben Swift, 1904
  6. Military Aid to the Civil Power The General Service Schools Fort Leavenworth, Kansas by N/A, 1925
  7. America's School for War: Fort Leavenworth, Officer Education, and Victory in World War II (Modern War Studies) by Peter J. Schifferle, 2010-04-05
  8. Landon lecture (Kansas State University).: An article from: U.S. Department of Defense Speeches by Robert M. Gates, 2007-11-27
  9. The Plainsmen: Class 43-E Army Air Forces Basic Flying School, Garden City, Kansas
  10. School for Command Preparation, Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 66027 presents 66 stories of battle command (SuDoc D 110.2:B 32) by U.S. Dept of Defense, 2000
  11. Prevalence and patterns of Gulf War Illness in Kansas veterans: Association of symptoms with characteristics of person, place and time of military service by Lea Steele, 2000
  12. The use of railroads in war: A lecture delivered before the class of officers at the U.S. Infantry and Cavalry School, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Dec. 17, 1894 by Carl Reichmann, 1895
  13. The psychology of the Japanese soldier (Individual research study / Command and General Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas) by Bonner F Fellers, 1935
  14. The customs of the service: Also some suggestions and advice : read to the 2d Provisional Officers' Battalion, Army Service Schools, Fort Leavenworth Kansas April 18, 1917 by Charles Miller, 1917

1. Kansas Military Schools Websites, Businesses, Companies, And Links.
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2. | The Topeka Capital-Journal | Kansas Military Bases Ordered To Loc
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Barricades were set in place at the entrance to the Kansas Air National Guard 190th Air Refueling Wing on Tuesday.
PHILIP CARLSON/The Capital-Journal An order from President Bush put America's military on the highest alert Tuesday, causing bases in Kansas to lock down. The actions, which were triggered by a series of apparent terrorist acts in New York City and Washington D.C., caused Fort Riley, Fort Leavenworth, Forbes Field in Topeka and McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita to limit access to the bases. The Department of Defense ordered all U.S. military installations to their peak threat condition, meaning only essential personnel with valid identification were allowed on the bases. "They will continue monitoring the situation until whatever threat they perceive has been abated," said Steve Larson, a spokesman for the Kansas adjutant general.
Maj. Gen. Gregory B. Gardner, the Kansas adjutant general, is in charge of the Kansas Air National Guard, the Kansas Army National Guard and the Kansas Division of Emergency Management. Gardner's office is located in the State Defense Building on S.W. Topeka Boulevard.

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4. Kansas City Star | 05/29/2002 | Kemper Military School In Missouri To Close Frid
digitized special sections from The kansas City Star including Faith, the Missouri with two military schools, Wentworth military Academy in Lexington and Missouri military Academy
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5. Military Schools And Colleges
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1. A list of authorized training Certificates and Course Completion Certificates (Resident and Non-Resident/current and discontinued) are listed below by location of the school. 2. Training from other branches of the armed Services, i.e. Navy, Marine, Air Force, National Guard and Army Reserve, are authorized for filing. If you still have questions after reviewing the list click here and ask us.
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Alabama Alaska Arizona California ... Washington Alabama Fort McClellan: Chemical School Polygraph Institute U.S. Army Training Center Military Police School NCO Academy (Chemical) Drill Sergeant School Fort Rucker: U.S. Army Safety Center Aero Medical Center Aviation Medicine NCO Academy (Aviation) NCO Academy (Military Police) Redstone Arsenal: Ordnance Missile and Munitions Center and School Maxwell, AFB:

6. Is Military Training Happening In Your Schools
Your guide to K12 private schools in the kansas City area. Academy. kansas City's only Jewish community day school, housed at the Jewish Community Campus. Kemper military School
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Spring 1999
Is Military Training Happening in Your Schools?
In February, the Wichita Peace and Justice Center (WPJC) invited Harold Jordan, AFSC Coordinator for the National Youth and Militarism Program , to assist them in opposing military campaigns in the schools. (The National AFSC relationship with Wichita educators began in 1994.) The Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) exists in all nine of Wichita's high schools and now in five middle schools through a new disguise, the Middle School Leadership Program (MSLP). In two of the middle schools, MSLP is part of the required curriculum; it is part of the "rotation" for sixth and seventh graders, along with physical education, music, etc. (it is an elective for eighth graders). MSLP is run by the local JROTC program director, a retired military officer who is paid by the school district to coordinate JROTC activities and public relations. Students use excerpts from high school Army JROTC textbooks, and instructors are considered regular teachers, paid fully by the local district. Individuals with previous military experience are recruited specifically for these positions and must be approved by the JROTC coordinator. Yet JROTC officials maintain that the MSLP is not a military program.

7. Kansas City Star | 11/29/2002 | Schools Required To Turn Over Students' Names To
Many schools already were cooperating with military recruiters. adult influences mayunderestimate the military's value as you can view The kansas City Star's
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Posted on Fri, Nov. 29, 2002 Schools required to turn over students' names to military recruiters By RON HUTCHESON Knight Ridder Newspapers WASHINGTON Military recruiters looking for a few good high school students will have an easier time finding them, thanks to a federal law that requires schools to turn over students' names, addresses and phone numbers. Congress ordered the school-to-military cooperation as part of No Child Left Behind, the education overhaul that President Bush championed last year. The law, which went into effect in July, also requires high school administrators to let military recruiters onto their campuses. The terms apply to any school, public or private, that gets federal money under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The only schools exempted are private ones with religious objections to military service, such as those run by Quakers. The requirements are welcome news at the Pentagon, but some school administrators aren't happy about them. Schools that refuse to obey risk losing federal education money.

8. Kansas City Star | 02/01/2003 | School Notes
Areawide schools. • Service night US Service Academy Night offersinformation about military academies to kansas City area families.
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The Belton Police Department has established a hot line for residents, students and staff to report crimes or information that could help prevent crimes involving Belton district schools. Callers may remain anonymous. Call (816) 348-4462 to report a crime or information that can help police solve a crime. Scott Elementary School Students named: Teachers at this Belton school recently chose first-grader Alyssa Jackson and second-grader Bethony Sveom as students of the month based on academics, citizenship and work ethic. Belton High School Court warming: Isaac Smith was named king, and Anneliese Laughman was named queen during halftime activities at a recent basketball game. Junior princess and prince were Amanda Murphy and Rich Smith. Other court members were Liz Sharp and Ryan Cartwright, senior first attendants; Taryn Sirna and David Mannell, senior second attendants; Jessica Collins and Derek Ambler, sophomore attendants; and Krissy Evrard and Johnny Wellington, freshmen attendants. O'Hara High School Academic team: The following students at this south Kansas City Catholic school have been named to the academic team based on scholastic performance: seniors Mike Roach of Lee's Summit, and Kim Anthony and Herbert Parker of Kansas City;

9. Kansas Schools Online
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Episcopal college preparatory school. Coed. 7-12. Hayden High School, Topeka
"The school is operated by the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas." Kansas City Christian School, Prairie Village "KCCS remains a parent- sponsored school with more than 500 students in preschool through 12th grade representing more than 100 churches." Maranatha Academy, Shawnee and Kansas City Christian preparatory school. 7-12. Coed. Maur Hill Prep School, Atchison "Maur Hill Prep School is a Catholic high school for boys sponsored by the Benedictine community of Atchison, Kansas." Mount Saint Scholastica Academy, Atchison

10. Fort Leavenworth History - Leavenworth County, Kansas
Leavenworth County, kansas An Emerging Metropolitan Frontier. Guard, former volunteerofficers, and graduates of civilian military schools and colleges could
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In March 1827, the Adjutant General's Office in Washington, D.C. ordered Colonel Henry Leavenworth to set up a permanent camp near the junction of the Missouri and Little Platte Rivers. Colonel Leavenworth moved up the Missouri River with four companies of infantry and, on 8 May 1827, found a suitable area for a permanent camp. While waiting for official site confirmation, he started a tent camp. Small log and bark huts soon followed, built along what is now Scott Avenue, south of the Post Chapel. Permanent construction began around the Main Parade Area the following year. In September 1827, the site was approved and called Cantonment Leavenworth. Records show the strength of the camp as 14 officers and 174 enlisted men. Thus began one of the most important Army posts west of the Mississippi River. From here a branch of the Oregon Trail led up the steep hills away from the Missouri River. The huge corrals and supply yards for a branch of the Santa Fe Trail sprang up in this area. From here, traders and wagon trains began their long journeys to the West. When the Indian migration began in the 1830s, the post became the center of activities for Indian agents and found itself keeping peace among the tribes. The name of the post was changed to Fort Leavenworth in 1832. When the Mexican War broke out, the fort was used to outfit troops moving to the south. The post, under the command of General Philip Kearny, was the headquarters for the Army of the West. The 1850s were times of turmoil and bitter animosities in the United States. States' rights and slavery were the issues of the day when the territory around Fort Leavenworth opened for settlement in 1854. The town of Leavenworth was established in that year. At the beginning of the Civil War, the Army set up Camp Lincoln at Fort Leavenworth to muster men into the service, train them, and assign them to units for combat duty.

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12. News From The Kansas Adjutant General
The military schools and Training Center within My vision is to continue tobuild a organization that adds value to Salina and the State of kansas.”.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 15, 2001 No. 01-049
By Stephen D. Larson Col. Robert D. Bloomquist, Topeka, will assume command of the Kansas Army National Guard’s 235 th Regiment in a ceremony on Saturday, May 19. The 1 p.m. ceremony will be held in Nickell Hall at the Kansas Regional Training Institute (KSRTI), 2930 Scanlan Ave., Salina. The outgoing commander is Col. William B. Barker, Topeka, who will retire at the end of May with more than 30 years of military service. “I am honored to once again serve with the soldiers of the 235th Regiment,” said Bloomquist. “I already have an appreciation for the citizens of Salina from my past experience of living and working in the community. I am confident this experience will be as rewarding as before.”

13. RMA History
the vacant campus at Aledo and made arrangements to transfer from kansas to Illinois sothe Vietnam War and the general reaction to military schools closed many

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Robert G. Fritz A SHORT HISTORY OF ROOSEVELT MILITARY ACADEMY (This account was obtained by Jerry Guinn '50 from the Mercer County Museum, Aledo, Illinois) After the ending of the first World War, the buildings of the William and Vashti College [in Aledo, IL] stood empty. The decreased enrollment and lack of finances had taken its toll. For four years the campus was unused except the use of the administration building by the Aledo High School while Northside School was under construction. Then, in 1924, the buildings were taken over by a military school, and were occupied by that institution for nearly fifty years. Fire had destroyed the buildings of the Kansas Military Academy at Oswego, Kansas, in March, 1924, and Col. Clyde R. Terry, its owner, needed a place to relocate. He had heard of the vacant campus at Aledo and made arrangements to transfer from Kansas to Illinois. On March 16, 1924, Col. Terry, five teachers, and forty-four cadets arrived on the train in Aledo, and Illinois Military School had begun.

14. The American Overseas Schools Historical Society (AOSHS)
of 1999 several representatives in the military Brat community for a weekend in Wichita,kansas to form an of the American Overseas schools Historical Society
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"Brats" gather to thank the City for support For Immediate Release Location:
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Wichita, Kansas Event Date: Sunday, May 28, 2000
Time: 2:00PM until 6:00PM Wichita, Kansas:
Moving every few years and unable to attend class reunions at schools that have either been torn down or are half way around the world, the "nowhere kids" as Military Brats have come to be known, resigned themselves to the idea of not having a home or a past they could revisit. Unacknowledged participants in the major events of the past century, these children of active duty military personnel known as "Military Brats" moved frequently from one assignment to another, disrupting both their studies and friendships. Unlike even their parents, brats had little sense of home. In December of 1999 several representatives in the Military Brat community gathered for a weekend in Wichita, Kansas to form an Alliance of Brat groups to support the efforts underway of the American Overseas Schools Historical Society (AOSHS) in establishing a permanent "Home" for the records and memorabilia of those who grew up in the military and attended school in a foreign country, or a military base school in the United States. There was unanimous agreement between these representatives that the City of Wichita, selected by AOSHS from a field of 14 applicant cities, is the perfect location to establish a physical presence and pledged their support of the American Overseas Schools Historical Park and Museum to be built on City land in the next few years, in the middle of Wichita's outstanding Museums on the River District. On May 28, 2000 the December group and others will gather again, but this time to show the public some of the rich history that Military Brats have experienced and to thank the City of Wichita for the generous donation of 5 acres of land for the Museum and Archives.

15. CGSC, Air Force Element
Top . Select military schools. Top . Nonmilitary Sites. on the local area can be foundhere. kansas City All things of interest in kansas City can be found here.
Air Force Element Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Air Force Home Courses Links
Site Tools Incoming Personnel Privacy Notice What's New End of repetitive links AFELM Links As always, Internet sites come along, change, and expire rather quickly. Please
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DefenseLINK A quick step into the Department of Defense with several links to many DOD sites and all service branches. Office of the Secretary of Defense Homepage to the SECDEF. Several links to other OSD functions, undersecretaries, etc. To
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The Joint Chiefs of Staff A perfect place for all things joint. Includes links to several joint agencies, CINCs, and histories. A "must have site" for the serious military web surfer. Joint Doctrine Here it is folks. The complete Joint Electronic Library (JEL) online. Contains links to even more joint perspective and doctrinal sites around the military.

16. Other Web Sites To Visit
Munson Army Health Center (MAHC) Fort Leavenworth, kansas. Library of Congress.Other military schools, Army Logistics Management College IMSO, Fort Lee, VA.
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Your first click to the U.S. Government web sites and information. The first-ever government website to provide the public with easy, one-stop access to all online U.S. Federal Government resources. (Oct 2000)he first-ever government website to provide the public with easy, one-stop access to all online U.S. Federal Government resources. (Oct 2000) Department of State Dept of State Travel Information FedWorld - National Technical Information Service. FedWorld serves as a portal to government data. U.S. Customs

the growing militarism in schools in the kansas City (KC) metro area. Educationis provided on conscientious objection, life in the military, and the effects
Location of program office: Kansas City, Missouri Geographical area(s) served: Metropolitan Kansas City Area For more information, see:
The KC-AFSC Star
Newsletter of the American Friends Service Committee Kansas City, MO Office Background:
AFSC-KC program started in 1981 as a generalist program addressing militarism and other issues. Its current program has expanded to address the culture of violence, militarism and their impact on youth; the lack of understanding and division among the diverse groups which make up our community; and the inadequacy of analysis and local nonviolent response to social and international issues. KC program work includes the following activities:
  • Conflict Resolution/Peer Mediation training and programs with youth and adult groups.
  • The HIPP (Help Increase the Peace Program ), for middle and high school-aged youth using interactive, participatory workshop sessions in community building, non-violent conflict resolution, violence prevention, prejudice reduction, and social action.
  • The Greater Kansas City Committee on Militarism in Schools challenging the growing militarism in schools in the Kansas City (KC) metro area. Education is provided on conscientious objection, life in the military, and the effects of militarism in society.

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Additional information is available in Peterson's Private SecondarySchools 20022003. John's military School, Salina, kansas St.

19. Greater KC Civic Center - Education
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20. Princeton Army ROTC - Class Of 2003
CDT Rank/position Cadet Major. Hometown Wichita, kansas. Major Economics.Student Activities Swimming. military schools . ROTC Activities .
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Class of 2003 Nykeba Anthony
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School: Rider University CDT Rank/position: Cadet Captain Hometown: Christiansted, Virgin Islands Major: Chemistry Student Activities: Military Schools: ROTC Activities: ROTC Awards: Advanced Camp Graduate Ribbon Back to Class of 2003
Cadet Lesly Jee Young Cho:

School: The College of New Jersey CDT Rank/position: Cadet Captain Hometown: Jersey City, New Jersey Major: History Student Activities: Voice of Hope, Bible Study Teacher at Church Military Schools: ROTC Activities: Color Guard ROTC Awards: Cadet Scholar Award, Cadet Merit Award, Basic Camp Graduate Ribbon, Bold Challenge Ribbon, Color Guard Ribbon, Common Task Training Ribbon, Association of the United States Army (AUSA) History Award, Veterans of Foreign Wars (District 18) Joining ROTC has given me confidence that I didn't know I had in me. It has renewed my sense of national pride and helped me to realize the sacrifice that so many Americans have made for the freedom that I so often take for granted. When I first joined, I did it mostly for selfish reasons, reasons such as physical fitness (I couldn't even do one push up or sit up!!) and finanical assistance for school. However, my motives have changed since being in the program. I am here to serve my country, lead soldiers and maintain the freedom we have because after all...freedom ain't free...

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