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PHOTO: Reserve-component Soldiers attending premobilization training coordinated by Regional Training Center-Central fire M-9 pistols on Range 100. Photo by Rob Schuette M-9 pistol training
Reserve-component Soldiers attending premobilization training coordinated by Regional Training Center-Central fire M-9 pistols on Range 100. The range, which was recently completed, is dual use and also supports the firing of M-16 rifles.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: An angler tries his luck fishing at Swamp Pond at Fort McCoy. Fish usually caught in this location include rainbow trout, brook trout, largemouth bass and black crappie. Photo by Rob Schuette Gone fishing
An angler tries his luck fishing at Swamp Pond at Fort McCoy. Fish usually caught in this location include rainbow trout, brook trout, largemouth bass and black crappie.

Photo by Rob Schuette

 

PHOTO: Brian Barquist (right) of the Federal Veterans Administration Vocational Rehabilitation Department of Eau Claire, Wis., addresses personnel attending a military preretirement class May 3 at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette Preretirement briefing
Brian Barquist (right) of the Federal Veterans Administration Vocational Rehabilitation Department of Eau Claire, Wis., addresses personnel attending a military preretirement class May 3 at Fort McCoy.

Photo by Rob Schuette

 

PHOTO: Fort McCoy Garrison Chaplain (Col.) Steven Colwell introduces the program during a Prayer Luncheon at Fort McCoy. The luncheon was held to observe May 6 as the National Day of Prayer. Photo by Rob Schuette Prayer luncheon
Fort McCoy Garrison Chaplain (Col.) Steven Colwell introduces the program during a Prayer Luncheon at Fort McCoy. The luncheon was held to observe May 6 as the National Day of Prayer.

Photo by Rob Schuette
 

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PHOTO: bout 30 members from the Fort McCoy Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) program did a trash pickup on State Highway 21 at Fort McCoy April 28. BOSS “adopts” a 2.5-mile portion of the highway and is responsible for trash pickup in that area once a year. Photo by Nicole Halverson Trash pickup
About 30 members from the Fort McCoy Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) program did a trash pickup on State Highway 21 at Fort McCoy April 28. BOSS “adopts” a 2.5-mile portion of the highway and is responsible for trash pickup in that area once a year.

Photo by Nicole Halverson

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