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 Photo: Lt. Col. James P. Lavery (left), incoming commander for Regional Training Center-North, receives the unit colors from Maj. Gen. James B. Mallory III, during a change of command ceremony at Fort McCoy Feb. 14. Mallory is the commanding general of the 108th Training Command.  (Photo by Val Hyde)

Change of Command

Lt. Col. James P. Lavery (left), incoming commander for Regional Training Center-North, receives the unit colors from Maj. Gen. James B. Mallory III, during a change of command ceremony at Fort McCoy Feb. 14. Mallory is the commanding general of the 108th Training Command.  
(Photo by Val Hyde)

 

Photo: Akima Logistics Project Manager Mark Parchim addresses the personnel who will work as cultural role players for the 2009 mobilization season at Fort McCoy. The players, formerly referred to as civilians on the battlefield, act as Iraqi and Afghan nationals and indigenous population personnel — including the wear of culturally correct garments —and add realism to scenarios encountered by mobilizing Soldiers on Fort McCoy’s training lanes. (Photo by Tom Michele)  Cultural role players

Akima Logistics Project Manager Mark Parchim addresses the personnel who will work as cultural role players for the 2009 mobilization season at Fort McCoy. The players, formerly referred to as civilians on the battlefield, act as Iraqi and Afghan nationals and indigenous population personnel — including the wear of culturally correct garments — and add realism to scenarios encountered by mobilizing Soldiers on Fort McCoy’s training lanes. 
(Photo by Tom Michele) 

 

Photo: Bruce Naumann and Rob Beauvais of FEDTECH Advantage, Ladysmith, Wis., prepare the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers Woodcraft Shop for renovation, including new painting and new lighting. The shop also will have new woodworking equipment to serve its patrons when it reopens in the near future. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Woodcraft face lift

Bruce Naumann and Rob Beauvais of FEDTECH Advantage, Ladysmith, Wis., prepare the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers Woodcraft Shop for renovation, including new painting and new lighting. The shop also will have new woodworking equipment to serve its patrons when it reopens in the near future. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

 

 

Photo: Rita Byers of the Fort McCoy Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Center helps Dan Mehne, retired Army, fill out and file his income tax returns. To make an appointment with VITA, authorized military personnel can call 608-388-2165 or for information 608-388-4117.  (Photo by Rob Schuette) Tax assistance

Rita Byers of the Fort McCoy Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Center helps Dan Mehne, retired Army, fill out and file his income tax returns. To make an appointment with VITA, authorized military personnel can call 608-388-2165 or for information 608-388-4117.  
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

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