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PHOTO: oldiers from the 135th Medical Company, an Army National Guard unit from Waukesha, Wis., conduct medical combat training at the Fort McCoy Litter Obstacle Course. Photo by Rob Schuette Litter Obstacle Course
Soldiers from the 135th Medical Company, an Army National Guard unit from Waukesha, Wis., conduct medical combat training at the Fort McCoy Litter Obstacle Course. During its two weeks at the installation in June, the 135th also conducted training for conditioning/confidence, combat water survival, situational training exercises, land navigation, improvised explosive devices, combatives, off-road driving, convoy and Blue Force Tracker.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: Youth in the Fort McCoy School Age Services program held an Army Birthday Bash June 18 to help the installation Child, Youth & School Services youth and staff celebrate the Army’s 235th birthday. Photo by Rob Schuette Army Birthday Bash
Youth in the Fort McCoy School Age Services program held an Army Birthday Bash June 18 to help the installation Child, Youth & School Services youth and staff celebrate the Army’s 235th birthday.


 

PHOTO: Kelli Henke (right) of Fort McCoy Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) sells a ticket during the Army Concert Tour kickoff event June 18 at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette Army Concert Tour kickoff
Kelli Henke (right) of Fort McCoy Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) sells a ticket during the Army Concert Tour kickoff event June 18 at Fort McCoy. Tickets for the Aug. 7 concert featuring Sammy Hagar and the Wabos and Creed are still on sale and will cost $40 in advance and $45 on Aug. 7. For more information about ticket outlets, call the MWR Event Line at 877-864-4969 or visit the website http://www.mccoymwr.com.
PHOTO: Employees from Mathy Construction work on West Eaton Road at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette Road work
Employees from Mathy Construction work on West Eaton Road at Fort McCoy. The project is expected to be completed later this summer and is being paid for with American and Recovery Reinvestment Act or stimulus funding. Traffic access to the Directorate of Emergency Services organizations located on the road will remain available throughout the project.



 

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