SALUTE TO SERVICE
Photos: Chiefs Visit Fort Leavenworth
The Kansas City Chiefs Community Caring Team, along with Kansas City Ambassador Dave Lindstrom, GEHA's new Chief Medical Director Dr. Michael Shusko, Chiefs Cheerleaders, and KC Wolf visited Fort Leavenworth ahead of Sunday's Salute to Service game to visit with service members on base and to present a game ball to Specialist Thomas Snell. Snell will serve as the DiPardo Spirit Leader during Sunday's game.
Photos: KC Navy Week
The Kansas City Chiefs hosted a group of sailors from the USS Kansas City and USS Harry S. Truman at GEHA Field at Arrowhead on July 1, 2021. The sailors were given a tour of the stadium with Chiefs Ambassadors followed by a meet & greet with Chiefs VP of Content and Production, Rob Alberino.
Photos: Chiefs Cheerleaders from Week 9 vs. Carolina Panthers
The Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders performing during the Salute to Service football game against the Carolina Panthers on November 8, 2020.
Photo Gallery: Pros vs. G.I. Joes
Chiefs players play video games with members of the local Marines combat Logistics Regiment 4 and promote the upcoming Toys for Tots game.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Visit Whiteman Air Force Base
The Kansas City Chiefs tour the hangar housing a B-2 Stealth Bomber, watch military K-9 training, and then meet with service men and women to sign autographs.
Photo Gallery: Salute to Service Visit to Whiteman AFB
Chiefs wide receivers, cheerleaders and KC Wolf toured several hangars housing A-10 Warthogs and a B-2 Stealth Bomber and met with service men and women to sign autographs and thank them for their service.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Visit The WW1 Memorial
In honor of Veterans Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI the Chiefs will be wearing a commemorative patch on their salute to service gear. Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Xavier Williams (98), quarterback Chad Henne (4) and linebacker Anthony Hitchens (53) visited the World War One Museum and presented the WWI Museum with the patch and took a tour.