MAY 11, 2012 



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PHOTO: Seabee construction workers remove a retaining wall at the Pine View Campground Squaw Lake beach area. Photo by Rob Schuette
Seabees troop project improves Pine View beach

A busy Troop Project season at Fort McCoy got under way with work at Pine View Campground by Naval Seabees.
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PHOTO: A contractor at the Installation Materiel Maintenance Activity rebuilds an engine for use in a Humvee. Photo by Rob Schuette

Army Award for Maintenance Excellence winners

The Installation Materiel Maintenance Activity and Equipment Concentration Site-67 each won top recognition, in their respective categories, in the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence competition.
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PHOTO: A Soldier from the Warrior Training Center performs quality control on the new Virtual Convoy Operations Training equipment received at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette
convoy training simulation equipment available at WMA

New Virtual Convoy Operations Trainer computer software, equipment and trailer at the Wisconsin Military Academy (WMA) will help support training needs for the Wisconsin Army National Guard and other servicemembers.
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PHOTO: Rabbi Joshua Ben-Gideon (standing) speaks to a Fort McCoy audience during the installation’s observance of Holocaust: Days of Remembrance. Photo by Allan Harding
Speaker: military can help prevent another Holocaust

Servicemembers play an important role to help ensure the world never faces another situation like the Holocaust, said Rabbi Joshua Ben-Gideon.
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PHOTO: A Fort McCoy Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation employee sells Army Concert Tour tickets to a line of eager customers.
Army Concert ticket kickoff sales approach 7,000 mark

Ticket sales for the Aug. 2 Army Concert Tour event at Fort McCoy approached the 7,000 mark after the April 27 kickoff event.
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