JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (KPR) — Fort Riley officials say a full-scale exercise is scheduled for Wednesday (July 24) at Fort Riley. During the day, residents, employees and community members should be aware there may be an increase in emergency response vehicle activity and loudspeaker announcements. Additionally, certain roads on the army base may be temporarily closed and traffic could be rerouted due to exercise activity. Drivers are asked to be patient and allow extra time when traveling on post. The exercise is a way to test and improve installation emergency preparedness. The annual exercise involves Fort Riley soldiers, civilian personnel and community partners and helps test, synchronize and evaluate emergency response processes and procedures.