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 Photo: Personnel from Global Government Services, LLC from Kennewick, Wash., are the general contractors replacing the flag pole in front of building 100, Post Headquarters. The old flagpole was damaged by a lightning strike last summer. It is being replaced with a new flag pole, which will include a stone-faced, concrete base to complement the stone work at the Main Gate and Parade Field 1. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Flag pole replacement

Personnel from Global Government Services, LLC from Kennewick, Wash., are the general contractors replacing the flag pole in front of building 100, Post Headquarters. The old flagpole was damaged by a lightning strike last summer. It is being replaced with a new flag pole, which will include a stone-faced, concrete base to complement the stone work at the Main Gate and Parade Field 1. 
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

 

Photo: Soldiers from the 464th Quartermaster Company load a shipping container with individual footlockers at a Fort McCoy warehouse during their mobilization training at the installation. The 464th, an Army National Guard unit from Lapeer, Mich., will deploy to support Operation Enduring Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele) Container loading

Soldiers from the 464th Quartermaster Company load a shipping container with individual footlockers at a Fort McCoy warehouse during their mobilization training at the installation. The 464th, an Army National Guard unit from Lapeer, Mich., will deploy to support Operation Enduring Freedom.  (Photo by Tom Michele)  

 

Photo: Maj. Stan Wiechnik uses night-vision goggles as he fires the M-9 pistol at a Fort McCoy training range. The training is required as part of mobilization training. Wiechnik is with the 844th Engineer Battalion, an Army Reserve unit from Knoxville, Tenn., which is training at Fort McCoy to deploy to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele)

M-9 pistol training

Maj. Stan Wiechnik uses night-vision goggles as he fires the M-9 pistol at a Fort McCoy training range. The training is required as part of mobilization training. Wiechnik is with the 844th Engineer Battalion, an Army Reserve unit from Knoxville, Tenn., which is training at Fort McCoy to deploy to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele) 

  

 

Photo: Personnel from the Fort McCoy Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Range Section assemble the basis for a building facade at the Improvised Explosive Device (IED)-Defeat Complex, which currently is under construction at Fort McCoy. The IED-Defeat Complex is scheduled to be completed later this year.  (Photo by Rob Schuette) IED-Defeat Complex work

Personnel from the Fort McCoy Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Range Section assemble the basis for a building facade at the Improvised Explosive Device (IED)-Defeat Complex, which currently is under construction at Fort McCoy. The IED-Defeat Complex is scheduled to be completed later this year.  
(Photo by Rob Schuette)  

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Photo: Children prepare for an April 11 Easter egg hunt at Fort McCoy. The Commissary and Main Post Exchange sponsored the event. (Photo by Steve Brown) (An Extra to The Real McCoy Online) Easter egg hunt

Children prepare for an April 11 Easter egg hunt at Fort McCoy. The Commissary and Main Post Exchange sponsored the event. 
(Photo by Steve Brown) (An Extra to The Real McCoy Online)

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