FEBRUARY 25, 2011

 

 

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PHOTO: Joe Clemens (left), 911 supervisor, and Brandie Stello, a 911 dispatcher, handle a call at the 911 Center in the Fort McCoy Directorate of Emergency Services Public Safety Center. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
McCoy to benefit from new Enhanced 911 system

The addition of a new Enhanced 911 system has improved emergency-response services at Fort McCoy.
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PHOTO: Daryl Budda assists Sheila Peterson, Community Activities Center manager. Budda added the Department of the Army Recreation Employee of the Year award to a long list of other Army awards he has received during his career. Photo by Jobi Spolum
 
Family & MWR director receives Army award

Fort McCoy employee Daryl Budda is the Department of the Army Recreation Employee of the Year.
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PHOTO: Kevin Herman (left) and Laurene “Susie” Krueger meet with Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli at the Department of the Army Army Family Action Plan Conference in Virginia. Contributed photo
 

McCoy representatives
bring input to AFAP


Two Fort McCoy representatives participated at the Headquarters, Department of the Army Army Family Action Plan Conference Jan 28-Feb. 4 in Alexandria, Va.
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PHOTO: A Soldier cleans a vehicle at the Central Vehicle Wash Facility following training at Fort McCoy. File photo
 
McCoy works toward
Net Zero status


Fort McCoy has implemented aggressive conservation/reduction programs for energy, water and waste-stream resources. The efforts seek to protect and extend, and, whenever possible, recycle or reuse those resources, said Fort McCoy water and energy program managers.
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  PHOTO: Cory Zebell of the Fort McCoy Army Substance Abuse Program briefs Soldiers about drug abuse. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
ASAP presents drug-abuse prevention training
 
Soldiers from the Fort McCoy U.S. Army Garrison were briefed about drug-abuse prevention and recognition Feb. 11. 
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