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Type: Light Tank
Armament: Main 1 x 37mm gun M6
Secondary: 2 x 30 Cal. Browning M.G.
Manufacturer: Cadillac Division of GMC
Production: February, 1942 - July 1944
Engine: Cadillac Twin V8 220HP
Max Speed: 36 MPH
Crew: 4 (Commander, Gunner, Driver,…
Armament: 76 mm gun, .50 cal. MG, 30 cal. MG
Weight: 64,000 lbs
Speed: 26 mph
Range: 120 miles
The M4 Sherman, in its many variations, saw service with the 1st infantry Division units in World War II. The M4 was the mainstay of the Americ…
Armament: .50 cal. machine gun
Crew: 2 plus 11 infantry
Weight: 24,600 lbs
Speed: 42 mph
Range: 300 miles
The M113 was introduced in 1960 and used by the 1st Infantry Division as the primary armored personnel carrier throughout the Vietnam War. I…
Armament: M3 90 mm gun
Weight: 62,004 lbs
Speed: 30 mph
Range: 149 miles
The M36 nicknamed the "Jackson", started its action in July 1944 in Europe. The tank carried the M3 90 mm gun - the most powerful US anti-tank weapon in World War II…
Approximately 7 miles ahead is the southern edge of Fort Riley, established as a military post in 1853. Horace Greeley, noted editor of the New York Tribune, visited the fort in 1859. Of Fort Riley he said, "I hear that two millions of Uncle …
Named in honor of the Sturgis family.
Colonel Samuel D. Sturgis fought in the Indian Wars for 40 years (1846-1886) to expand the American Frontier in the west.
His son, Major General Samuel D. Sturgis Jr., served in the U.S. Army with distinct…
Artist - James Nathan Muir
A tribute to the Cavalrymen and their Horses who so faithfully served our Nation
Dedicated October 2003
Dedicated on June 15, 1975 to the gallant soldiers of the United States Army who for 200 years have died in defense of their country.
This locomotive was donated to Fort Riley by the Union Pacific Railroad on 7 February 1958 for display as a symbol of contribution toward development of the midwest subsequent to 1865. Manufactured as a coal steam engine in 1908 it was converted t…
This statue, honoring the United States Cavalry and its role in the settlement of the West, is located on what was long known as the Cavalry Parade Ground at Fort Riley.
It was constructed in three dimensions through the artistry of the sculpto…