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July 23, 2010

Mobilization
PHOTO: Pfc. Chris Godsey, left, fine-tunes a Harris radio as Spc. Max Seelman, closely watches during a situational training exercise at Fort McCoy’s Contingency Operating Location Freedom. Photo by Tom Michele

Harris Radio use
Pfc. Chris Godsey, left, fine-tunes a Harris radio as Spc. Max Seelman, closely watches during a situational training exercise at Fort McCoy’s Contingency Operating Location Freedom. Godsey and Seelman are with the 299th Engineer Company, of Fort Belvoir, Va., an Army Reserve unit training at Fort McCoy to deploy to support Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Photo by Tom Michele

PHOTO: Petty Officer 2nd Class Holly Robinson, a steel worker with the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 25, headquartered out of Fort McCoy, Wis., builds door frames for the new latrines at the U.S. Army South New Horizons - Haiti 2010 Georges construction site. Photo by Spc. Jessica M. Lopez

New Horizons training
Petty Officer 2nd Class Holly Robinson, a steel worker with the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 25, headquartered out of Fort McCoy, Wis., builds door frames for the new latrines at the U.S. Army South New Horizons - Haiti 2010 Georges construction site. New Horizons conducts various medical, dental and engineering missions for the locals in Gonaives and provides valuable learning experience in a real-world environment.

Photo by Spc. Jessica M. Lopez


 

PHOTO: Sgt. Greg Starkey, left, takes a picture of Sgt. Jeff Clark with a Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment (HIIDE) camera during a situational training exercise class at Fort McCoy’s Contingency Operating Location Freedom. Photo by Tom Michele Who’s there?
Sgt. Greg Starkey, left, takes a picture of Sgt. Jeff Clark with a Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment (HIIDE) camera during a situational training exercise class at Fort McCoy’s Contingency Operating Location Freedom. Starkey and Clark are with the 299th Engineer Company of Fort Belvoir, Va., an Army Reserve unit training at Fort McCoy to deploy to Operation Iraqi Freedom. The HIIDE is a portable identity verification device that performs iris, fingerprint and facial recognition.

Photo by Tom Michele

PHOTO: Soldiers advance toward a threat situation during a situational training exercise at a Central Asian village on Fort McCoy’s South Post. Photo by Tom Michele Patrolling the perimeter
Soldiers advance toward a threat situation during a situational training exercise at a Central Asian village on Fort McCoy’s South Post. They were on a combat patrol, visiting villagers, when they were fired on by an insurgent (Opposing Forces Soldier with blank ammunition). The exercise involved their correct reaction to the direct fire. The Soldiers are from the 299th Engineer Company of Fort Belvoir, Va., preparing to deploy in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Photo by Tom Michele

 

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