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January 11, 2013

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ID Card, Military Retirement Services Office moved to building 35

The ID Card section and military Retirement Services Office (RSO) at Fort McCoy have moved their operation to building 35, near the Main Gate.

Terry Streeton, director of Fort McCoy’s Directorate of Human Resources, said the moves will better serve customers.

Many people who need ID cards or retirement services are from off post. Before the move, customers had to get visitor’s passes to enter the installation through the Main Gate and go to the former facility, Streeton said.

Now, people who need only these services can access the services without coming onto Fort McCoy, helping to reduce unnecessary transient traffic, he said.

If they need a visitor’s pass to visit the Exchange or Commissary, or a Morale, Welfare and Recreation activity or event, for example, a visitor’s pass can be issued in the same facility. Directions to those locations also can be provided.

People using these services who may be eligible for a military ID card or a Common Access Card also can get the card on the spot, he said.

Or if someone entering Fort McCoy has a lost or expired military ID or Common Access Card, the cards can be issued at building 35 without having to get a visitor’s pass and drive onto the installation.

The hours for the Military ID Card Section and RSO will be weekdays from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

The telephone numbers and the e-mail addresses will remain the same.

The main numbers are the Military ID Card Section 608-388-4563 or the RSO 608-388-3716 (toll-free 800-452-0923).
The Army Career and Alumni Program counselor, currently Tom Kunz, also will have an office in building 35 and can be reached at 608-388-7941.

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