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Photo: Sgt. Myron Green, Religious Support Office (RSO) chaplain's assistant, (left to right), Linda Higbee of the RSO, and Renee Davis, Post Exchange manager, display the Angel Tree gifts, which helped brighten the holidays for 23 children (ages 17 and younger.) The PX supplied the tree, discounted gifts and wrapped gifts. Members of the Fort McCoy community also helped 12 families enjoy Thanksgiving and 14 families enjoy Christmas/Hanukah holidays through donations. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Holiday Giving Program

Sgt. Myron Green, Religious Support Office (RSO) chaplain's assistant, (left to right), Linda Higbee of the RSO, and Renee Davis, Post Exchange manager, display the Angel Tree gifts, which helped brighten the holidays for 23 children (ages 17 and younger.) The PX supplied the tree, discounted gifts and wrapped gifts. Members of the Fort McCoy community also helped 12 families enjoy Thanksgiving and 14 families enjoy Christmas/Hanukah holidays through donations. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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 Photo: Maj. Kerry E. Norman, outgoing commander of the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison Fort McCoy, accepts the colors from 1st Sgt. Manuel A. Roldan Cortes, the HHC, Detachment 1 first sergeant, during a change of command ceremony. Capt. Neil E. Hogie (left), who will serve as the interim HHC, USAG Fort McCoy commander until February, and Installation Commander Col. Derek J. Sentinella, observe the exchange. (Photo by William Kern)

Outgoing commander

Maj. Kerry E. Norman, outgoing commander of the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison Fort McCoy, accepts the colors from 1st Sgt. Manuel A. Roldan Cortes, the HHC, Detachment 1 first sergeant, during a change of command ceremony. Capt. Neil E. Hogie (left), who will serve as the interim HHC, USAG Fort McCoy commander until February, and Installation Commander Col. Derek J. Sentinella, observe the exchange. (Photo by William Kern)

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Photo: A Soldier picks up his lunch order from Primo's Express, which is located at McCoy's. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Quick order

A Soldier picks up his lunch order from Primo's Express, which is located at McCoy's. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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 Photo: The club also has a lunch buffet and Haba¤ero, a "Fresh-Mex Grille," which is an Army developed quick-service restaurant brand. The facility serves authorized patrons. For more information, call (608) 388-2065. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (The Real McCoy Online Extra)

McCoy's Buffet

The club also has a lunch buffet and Haba¤ero, a "Fresh-Mex Grille," which is an Army developed quick-service restaurant brand. The facility serves authorized patrons. For more information, call (608) 388-2065. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (The Real McCoy Online Extra)

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Photo: Fish technician Steven Rood (right) of the Fort McCoy Biological and Cultural Resources Team shows Bangor High School student Christian Thompson how to use a flow meter on Sparta Creek during Thompson's day of job shadowing with fish technicians Rood, Ryan Ennis and Joseph Krahn. Measuring stream flow determines the amount of water moving through the channel and is a component of the fisheries program's habitat assessment for all the streams that flow through Fort McCoy. (Photo by Joseph Krahn)

Job Shadowing

Fish technician Steven Rood (right) of the Fort McCoy Biological and Cultural Resources Team shows Bangor High School student Christian Thompson how to use a flow meter on Sparta Creek during Thompson's day of job shadowing with fish technicians Rood, Ryan Ennis and Joseph Krahn. Measuring stream flow determines the amount of water moving through the channel and is a component of the fisheries program's habitat assessment for all the streams that flow through Fort McCoy. 
(Photo by Joseph Krahn)

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