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March 08, 2013

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PHOTO: A member of the  Fort McCoy Directorate of Emergency Services fires a sniper weapon on a Fort McCoy range. Photo by Rob Schuette Sniper training

Lt. Christopher Henke of the Fort McCoy Directorate of Emergency Services fires a sniper weapon on a Fort McCoy range. The Directorate of Emergency Services was conducting cooperative training with the Sparta Police Department.
 

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: Rep. Ron Kind, a U.S. Congressman from Wisconsin, answers questions from federal prime contractors and subcontractors during a group meeting. Photo by Linda Fournier Prime contractors meeting

Rep. Ron Kind, a U.S. Congressman from Wisconsin, answers questions from federal prime contractors and subcontractors during a group meeting hosted by Fort McCoy and the Wisconsin Procurement Institute at the installation. Kind was one of the guest speakers at the meeting, which gave attendees information about the federal contracting system.

Photo by Linda Fournier

PHOTO: Soldiers from the 327th Engineer Company, an Army Reserve unit based in Onalaska, Wis., help Fort McCoy Community Activity Center staff renovate a new front desk entrance area. Photo by Sheila Peterson Community Activity Center renovation

Soldiers from the 327th Engineer Company, an Army Reserve unit based in Onalaska, Wis., help Fort McCoy Community Activity Center staff renovate a new front desk entrance area to building 2000. The work was done under the Troop Projects program. The new area allows the Community Activity Center staff to be in a smaller area, which makes it easier to cover with less personnel. The area is expected to be open in the near future.

Photo by Sheila Peterson

PHOTO: Tomah Police Department members play the Packing Party Relay game at Fort McCoy’s Right Arm Night. Photo by Jobi Spolum Right Arm Night

Tomah Police Department members, Chief of Police Wes Revels and Lt. Mark Nicholson, play the Packing Party Relay game at Fort McCoy’s Right Arm Night. The police officers needed to dress up, walk to the other side of the room and return and take off the clothes, followed by the next member of the team. The Feb. 21 event brought together people from the Fort McCoy community and neighboring communities for fun and camaraderie.

Photo by Jobi Spolum

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