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Photo: Personnel from the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy at Fort McCoy participate in an automobile repair training exercise at the Fort McCoy Auto Crafts Shop. The Auto Craft Shop is open to all authorized patrons and offers an opportunity to do various car maintenance/repair work, with assistance from auto maintenance personnel, as needed. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Car repair

Personnel from the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy at  Fort McCoy participate in an automobile repair training exercise at the Fort McCoy Auto Crafts Shop. The Auto Craft Shop is open to all authorized patrons and offers an opportunity to do various car maintenance/repair work, with assistance from auto maintenance personnel, as needed. 
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

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 Photo: Bald Eagles at Fort McCoy swoop in for a meal at a remote installation location. The birds recently have been taken off the federal list of threatened species as they are thriving at such places as Fort McCoy and other locations throughout the area. This photo was taken earlier this winter with a remote/trail camera. (Contributed photo)

Eagle sighting

Bald Eagles at Fort McCoy swoop in for a meal at a remote installation location. The birds recently have been taken off the federal list of threatened species as they are thriving at such places as  Fort McCoy and other locations throughout the area. This photo was taken earlier this winter with a remote/trail camera. (Contributed photo)

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Photo: The photos and the tracks observed at Fort McCoy indicate that there are five wolves within a pack at a remote site at Fort McCoy, according to Fort McCoy Endangered Species Biologist Tim Wilder. The wolves have been taken off the federal list of endangered species. A no-flash/infrared remote/trail camera was used to take this photo so it would not disturb the wolves with a camera flash. (Contributed photo)

On the prowl

The photos and the tracks observed at Fort McCoy indicate that there are five wolves within a pack at a remote site at  Fort McCoy, according to Fort McCoy Endangered Species Biologist Tim Wilder. The wolves have been taken off the federal list of endangered species. A no-flash/ infrared remote/trail camera was used to take this photo so it would not disturb the wolves with a camera flash. (Contributed photo)

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 Photo: Staff Sgt. Scott Paur of the 2100th Military Intelligence (MI) Group of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, briefs instructors about a pattern-and-link analysis exercise during an Intelligence Analyst Basic NCO Course at the 11th, 100th MI Battalion at Fort McCoy. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Military intelligence training

Staff Sgt. Scott Paur of the 2100th Military Intelligence (MI) Group of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, briefs instructors about a pattern-and-link analysis exercise during an Intelligence Analyst Basic NCO Course at the 11th, 100th MI Battalion at Fort McCoy. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Brig. Gen. Rebecca S. Halstead of the Army Ordnance School of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., visits Regional Training Site-Maintenance (RTS-Maintenance) to get a briefing about the organization's programs. The Ordnance School has oversight of many of the RTS-Maintenance courses. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Maintenance overview

Brig. Gen. Rebecca S. Halstead of the Army Ordnance School of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., visits Regional Training Site-Maintenance (RTS-Maintenance) to get a briefing about the organization's programs. The Ordnance School has oversight of many of the RTS-Maintenance courses. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Cadets in the Wisconsin National Guard ChalleNGe Academy program try their hand at the Rappelling Towers facility. The training helps the cadets overcome their fear of height and helps build their self-confidence and self-esteem. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Upward mobility

Cadets in the Wisconsin National Guard ChalleNGe Academy program try their hand at the Rappelling Towers facility. The training helps the cadets overcome their fear of height and helps build their self-confidence and self-esteem. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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