JULY 23, 2010

 

 

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PHOTO: Command Sgt. Maj. Neil L. Ciotola, Command Sergeant Major of the Installation Management Command, addresses the Fort McCoy work force. Photo by Val Hyde
 
IMCOM command sergeant major visits Fort McCoy

The command sergeant major of the Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) visited Fort McCoy July 7-9 to learn more about the installation and hold a town hall meeting.
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PHOTO: Command Sgt. Maj. Mark Confer (left) of the 181st Infantry Brigade talks with Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Roy during a situational training exercise at Fort McCoy. Photo by 1st Lt. Jeffrey E. Gruidl
 
Air Force enlisted leader views McCoy support to Air Force mobilization mission

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Roy, Pentagon (equivalent to the Sergeant Major of the Army), visited Fort McCoy and Volk Field July 13-14 to view Air Force mobilization training.
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PHOTO: Sgt. Scott Sims closely observes the operation of two Talon robots on the new robotics obstacle course at Fort McCoy’s Contingency Operating Location Freedom. Photo by Tom Michele
 

NEW robotics obstacle course trains Soldiers in vital safety skill

A new robotics obstacle course at Fort McCoy’s Contingency Operating Location Freedom is training Soldiers in a skill that is vital to safety.
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PHOTO: A Soldier shakes hands with the mayor of a Central Asian village as another Soldier provides security during a situational training exercise. The mayor is a cultural role player, acting the part of a local official. Photo by Tom Michele Cultural Role Players help Soldiers train for deployment
 
Iraqi and Afghani villagers walk down a street. Farmers tend their gardens. Host country soldiers guard a checkpoint. These are some of the scenarios U.S. Soldiers are encountering on their patrols through Fort McCoy’s training sites.
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PHOTO: A Soldier from the 327th Engineer Company of Ladysmith (and Onalaska), Wis., cleans unit vehicles at the Central Vehicle Wash Facility. Photo by Rob Schuette Central Vehicle Wash Facility keeps equipment clean

Fort McCoy’s Central Vehicle Wash Facility helps Soldiers keep military or government vehicles and equipment clean and in good operating condition.
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ADDITIONAL NEWS:

 

Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition begins July 25 at McCoy

Rainy weather not causing mosquito problems

CID offers $750 reward for information about larceny of space heater removed from EPW 2

Antiterrorism Awareness to be focus for August at M
cCoy


Rumpel Fitness Center personal fitness trainers ready to help patrons shape up

MOBILIZATION — Photo page

About Post — photos of installation life

Viterbo University to offer business degree course at McCoy

Mandatory state vehicle insurance required

More than 225 cards made at M
cCoy
event to thank veterans

Survey responses will allow leaders to make informed decisions