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 Photo: Spc. Keith Demerly of the 464th Quartermaster Company, a Michigan Army National Guard unit from Lapeer, Mich., loads an ammunition belt into his M-249 squad automatic weapon under the guidance of Range Safety Officer Robert Anthony during a live-fire exercise. The 464th is mobilizing to support Operation Enduring Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele)

Loading ammunition

Spc. Keith Demerly of the 464th Quartermaster Company, a Michigan Army National Guard unit from Lapeer, Mich., loads an ammunition belt into his M-249 squad automatic weapon under the guidance of Range Safety Officer Robert Anthony during a live-fire exercise. The 464th is mobilizing to support Operation Enduring Freedom.
(Photo by Tom Michele)
Photo: U.S. Coast Guardsman Petty Officer 3rd Class Kevin Sweitzer performs a safety check in a classroom exercise prior to a live-fire exercise. The Coast Guard personnel from the 91112 Maritime Safety and Security Team (MSST) New Orleans and the 91105 MSST from San Francisco are the first Coast Guard units to train at Fort McCoy in preparation for deployment to support Operation Enduring Freedom or Iraqi Freedom. Observer-Controller-Trainer Sgt. Eric Anderson of the 335th Training Support Battalion of the 181st Infantry Brigade assists with the training. (Photo by Tom Michele)   Coast Guard training

U.S. Coast Guardsman Petty Officer 3rd Class Kevin Sweitzer performs a safety check in a classroom exercise prior to a live-fire exercise. The Coast Guard personnel from the 91112 Maritime Safety and Security Team (MSST) New Orleans and the 91105 MSST from San Francisco are the first Coast Guard units to train at Fort McCoy in preparation for deployment to support Operation Enduring Freedom or Iraqi Freedom. Observer-Controller-Trainer Sgt. Eric Anderson of the 335th Training Support Battalion of the 181st Infantry Brigade assists with the training. 
(Photo by Tom Michele)  
 
Photo: Personnel from the Badger Swimpools of Prairie du Sac, Wis., work on replacing frames and grates at the Fort McCoy Rumpel Fitness Center pool, building 1122, April 23. The work is mandated to make the drains safer. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (An Extra to The Real McCoy Online)

Swimming pool upgrades

Personnel from the Badger Swimpools of Prairie du Sac, Wis., work on replacing frames and grates at the Fort McCoy Rumpel Fitness Center pool, building 1122, April 23. The work is mandated to make the drains safer.  
(Photo by Rob Schuette) (An Extra to The Real McCoy Online)

  

Photo: Fort McCoy Garrison Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Annie Jackson inspects the Tactical Field Exchange (TFE) at Contingency Operating Location Freedom with Army and Air Force Exchange Service annex operator Marianne Clark. The TFE opened April 16. The TFE is open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week. The TFE provides a wide variety of snack and dried foods and some basic clothing, household and health items. (Photo by Tom Michele)  (An Extra to The Real McCoy Online) Tactical Field Exchange at Contingency Operating Location 

Fort McCoy Garrison Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Annie Jackson inspects the Tactical Field Exchange (TFE) at Contingency Operating Location Freedom with Army and Air Force Exchange Service annex operator Marianne Clark. The TFE opened April 16. The TFE is open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week. The TFE provides a wide variety of snack and dried foods and some basic clothing, household and health items. (Photo by Tom Michele) 
(An Extra to The Real McCoy Online)

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Photo: Fort McCoy’s new flagpole dangles a few feet above the ground as it is hoisted into place on a new concrete-and-cut-stone pedestal in front of garrison headquarters, building 100. The pole replaced the former pole, which was damaged in a lightning storm last year. The Global Government Services, LLC from Kennewick, Wash., was contracted to do the project. (Photo by Tom Michele) New flag pole

Fort McCoy’s new flagpole dangles a few feet above the ground as it is hoisted into place on a new concrete-and-cut-stone pedestal in front of garrison headquarters, building 100. The pole replaced the former pole, which was damaged in a lightning storm last year. The Global Government Services, LLC from Kennewick, Wash., was contracted to do the project. 
(Photo by Tom Michele) 

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