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 Photo: Lt. Col. George Shott  of the Fort McCoy Joint Training Coordination Cell speaks at the La Crosse Memorial Day ceremony at the Oak Grove Cemetery. The Fort McCoy Color Guard also participated in the ceremony and in the parade that preceded the event May 23. Soldiers interested in participating in the McCoy Speakers Bureau are encouraged to call the Public Affairs Office at (608) 388-2407. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Memorial Day

Lt. Col. George Shott of the Fort McCoy Joint Training Coordination Cell speaks at the La Crosse Memorial Day ceremony at the Oak Grove Cemetery. The Fort McCoy Color Guard also participated in the ceremony and in the parade that preceded the event May 23. Soldiers interested in participating in the McCoy Speakers Bureau are encouraged to call the Public Affairs Office at (608) 388-2407. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

 

Photo: An Apache helicopter crew from the 1st, 135th Aviation Battalion (Attack Battalion) of Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., comes in for refueling and loading of rockets and ammunition during a training exercise at Young Air Assault Strip at Fort McCoy. More in-depth coverage of the training will be in a future issue of The Real McCoy. (Photo by Allan Harding) Helicopter training

An Apache helicopter crew from the 1st, 135th Aviation Battalion (Attack Battalion) of Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., comes in for refueling and loading of rockets and ammunition during a training exercise at Young Air Assault Strip at Fort McCoy. More in-depth coverage of the training will be in a future issue of The Real McCoy. 
(Photo by Allan Harding)

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Photo: Field Artillery Soldiers training with the 2nd, 426th Leadership Regiment of the Wisconsin Military Academy aim their M-18A1 Claymore antipersonnel mines during training at a Fort McCoy range. (Photo by Billy Cargile) Explosives training

Field Artillery Soldiers training with the 2nd, 426th Leadership Regiment of the Wisconsin Military Academy aim their M-18A1 Claymore antipersonnel mines during training at a Fort McCoy range. (Photo by Billy Cargile)

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