Fort McCoy Guide

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Newcomer Orientation offered monthly

Are you or your Family members starting a new assignment or a new job here?

If you are new to the Fort McCoy community, consider attending a Newcomer Orientation session and taking a tour of the post.

These monthly sessions serve to welcome new members of the Fort McCoy workforce and community and their Family members, and provide information about all the installation has to offer.

The sessions are held from 8:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. second Wednesday of most months at Army Community Service Center, 2111 S. 8th Ave.

Fort McCoy's ACS Relocation Readiness Program manager coordinates and leads the sessions. Representatives from many installation organizations attend to present information about activities and services each organization provides and to review important policies and regulations. An opportunity for questions and answers also is provided.

The briefings have the full support and involvement of the Fort McCoy garrison command group, with staff members participating in each session to welcome attendees; provide an overview of the installation and its history, diverse mission, vision, training role, and economic impact; and talk about topics important to the installation.

Each orientation session includes a guided tour of the post. The Fort McCoy Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Marketing Office leads the tour, which helps attendees get a visual index of where key facilities and services are located and provides another opportunity for questions to be answered.

For more information, visit building 2111 or call 608-388-3505.

More detailed information about all programs offered by Army Community Service is available at