The Flatland T's Labor Day Weekend Tour will be visiting Ft. Riley, an active Army military base, on Saturday, September 3, 2016. Construction began on this base in 1853. It has gathered quite a bit of history since that time! If you plan on being part of our group that visits, we must submit the following information by August 1, 2016, in order for Ft. Riley personnel to complete a "Background Check" on us all. Ft. Riley personnel have told us that it doesn't matter if you have a retired military card, you still must submit this info. You can PM me with the information. If you are "thinking" you might attend our tour, go ahead and submit the info as the DEADLINE IS AUGUST 1.
Date of Birth
Drivers License State
Drivers License Number
Email Address or (if none: Phone #)
Link to Ft. Riley Museums
Verne Shirk - Editor of The Flatland Tribune - The official newsletter of the Flatland T's of Kansas Chapter of the MTFCA
|Flatland T's Labor Day Tour Flyer|
Flatland Ts Labor Day Tour 2016 Flyer.pdf (106.5 k)
Perhaps the .pdf doesn't work. I'll try a Word document.
|Flatland T's Labor Day Tour 2016 Flyer|
Flatland Ts 2016 Tour Registration.doc (102.4 k)
You might try to "save as" .pdf then post it.
The Word document saved with no extra effort.
For the .pdf file, I had to right click on the link and select "save as". The only two choices were "unknown file" and "all files". I selected "all files", then appended ".pdf" onto the file name before hitting "save". That worked, the file was saved to my computer as a .pdf file. (I am running an old computer with Windows XP).
(Message edited by cudaman on July 27, 2016)
What state is this tour? I haven't been able to figure out how to open the link.
Fort Riley is in Kansas, Norman.
The PDF worked for me with no trouble.
So, Steve, were you able to open it as a .pdf file after your computer saved it as an unknown (.unk) file?
I just changed the .unk in the label to .pdf and it opened normally.