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Photo: Chief of the Army Reserve and U.S. Army Reserve Commanding General Lt. Gen. Jack Stultz (left) pins captains bars on the beret of Capt. Benjamin Perry, Detachment 1 commander of Fort McCoy Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison. Stultz presided at the promotion ceremony during a visit to Fort McCoy. (Photo by Tom Michele) Promoted

Chief of the Army Reserve and U.S. Army Reserve Commanding General Lt. Gen. Jack Stultz (left) pins captains bars on the beret of Capt. Benjamin Perry, Detachment 1 commander of Fort McCoy Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison. Stultz presided at the promotion ceremony during a visit to Fort McCoy . 
(Photo by Tom Michele)


 

 

 Photo: Personnel from the Fort McCoy Fire Department and Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division Natural Resource Branch conduct a controlled burn near the South F Street Bridge (the site of the former WAC Pond) over Tarr Creek. The burn removed old vegetation for planting trees along the creek. After the trees are planted and get taller, they will shade the stream to keep water temperatures lower, which will help the trout population living in the pond. (Photo by Jim Kerkman)

Controlled burn

Personnel from the Fort McCoy Fire Department and Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division Natural Resource Branch conduct a controlled burn near the South F Street Bridge (the site of the former WAC Pond) over Tarr Creek. The burn removed old vegetation for planting trees along the creek. After the trees are planted and get taller, they will shade the stream to keep water temperatures lower, which will help the trout population living in the pond. (Photo by Jim Kerkman)

 

Photo: Soldiers from the Fort McCoy community begin running in the Army Ten-Miler tryouts near the Rumpel Fitness Center. Installation personnel currently are putting together the most-competitive team from the April 4 event they can field for the Oct. 5 Army Ten-Miler, which will be held near the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. The installation's Rumpel Fitness Center, building 1122, offers many fitness programs for those of all athletic levels. For more information, call (608) 388-2290. (Photo by Jobi Spolum)

They're off...

Soldiers from the Fort McCoy community begin running in the Army Ten-Miler tryouts near the Rumpel Fitness Center . Installation personnel currently are putting together the most-competitive team from the April 4 event they can field for the Oct. 5 Army Ten-Miler, which will be held near the Pentagon in Washington , D.C. The installation's Rumpel Fitness Center , building 1122, offers many fitness programs for those of all athletic levels. For more information, call (608) 388-2290. (Photo by Jobi Spolum)

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Photo: Construction workers nail one of dozens of roof trusses to the framed skeleton of a new dining facility at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Freedom at Fort McCoy. The building is scheduled to get a concrete floor. An identical dining facility also is under construction at FOB Liberty. Olympic Builders of Holmen is the general contractor for both structures. (Photo by Tom Michele) Dining facility work

Construction workers nail one of dozens of roof trusses to the framed skeleton of a new dining facility at Forward Operating Base (FOB) Freedom at Fort McCoy . The building is scheduled to get a concrete floor. An identical dining facility also is under construction at FOB Liberty . Olympic Builders of Holmen is the general contractor for both structures. (Photo by Tom Michele)

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