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 February 26, 2010

Mobilization
PHOTO: Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Steven Burton fires his M-16 rifle as he qualifies with his weapon on a Fort McCoy range. Burton, who is with the 434th Civil Engineer Squadron, Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind., is a member of the Joint Sourcing Training Oversight group training to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

Weapons firing
 

Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Steven Burton fires his M-16 rifle as he qualifies with his weapon on a Fort McCoy range. Burton, who is with the 434th Civil Engineer Squadron, Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind., is a member of the Joint Sourcing Training Oversight group training to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
 

Photos by Tom Michele

PHOTO: Earl Verette, left, and Chuck Leonard insert steel rebar into freshly poured concrete of an arms vault foundation in Fort McCoy’s 1700 block. Verette and Leonard are with Kraemer Brothers of Plain, Wis., which is constructing vaults in seven billeting areas at the installation. Construction of the vaults began in October and will be completed in June. The vaults improve secure storage of weapons.

Weapons storage

 

Earl Verette, left, and Chuck Leonard insert steel rebar into freshly poured concrete of an arms vault foundation in Fort McCoy’s 1700 block. Verette and Leonard are with Kraemer Brothers of Plain, Wis., which is constructing vaults in seven billeting areas at the installation. Construction of the vaults began in October and will be completed in June. The vaults improve secure storage of weapons.

PHOTO: Licensed Practical Nurse Patti Rechek administers the H1N1 flu vaccine to 1st Sgt. David Vandermark at the Fort McCoy Soldier Readiness Center Immunizations Clinic. Vandermark is with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Fort McCoy Garrison.  All Soldiers in the U.S. Army are required to receive the shot by April 1.

H1N1 vaccines

 

Licensed Practical Nurse Patti Rechek administers the H1N1 flu vaccine to 1st Sgt. David Vandermark at the Fort McCoy Soldier Readiness Center Immunizations Clinic. Vandermark is with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Fort McCoy Garrison.  All Soldiers in the U.S. Army are required to receive the shot by April 1.

PHOTO: Several groups of Soldiers walk along a road at Fort McCoy as they move between processing stations, dining facilities, administration buildings and barracks during their demobilization at Fort McCoy.

Soldiers on the move

Several groups of Soldiers walk along a road at Fort McCoy as they move between processing stations, dining facilities, administration buildings and barracks during their demobilization at Fort McCoy.

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