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 Photo: Fort McCoy police officers fold the post flag before raising the garrison flag near post headquarters. The garrison flag is flown at Fort McCoy for three special occasions -Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day and July 4 - weather permitting. (Photo by Tom Michele)

Flag folding

Fort McCoy police officers fold the post flag before raising the garrison flag near post headquarters. The garrison flag is flown at Fort McCoy for three special occasions -Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day and July 4 - weather permitting. (Photo by Tom Michele)

Photo: Members of the Fort McCoy Special Reaction Team enter the Occupational Health Nursing Office, building 1679, during a hostage-taking rescue scenario July 10. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Hostage situation

Members of the Fort McCoy Special Reaction Team enter the Occupational Health Nursing Office, building 1679, during a hostage-taking rescue scenario July 10. 
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

  

 

Photo: Participants at the Fort McCoy Pine View Recreation Area Family Fun Day have summer fun in the water bucket attraction. The July 12th event attracted guests from throughout the area. The sponsors included Monroe County Publishers, Fast Eddie's, Wal-Mart, Coulee Region RV, Rogers Cinema Theatres, Culver's and Mt. Olympus. (No federal endorsement is implied.) For more information about Fort McCoy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) events visit the Web site http://www.mccoymwr.com or call the MWR events line at (877) 864-4969. (Photo by Pine View Recreation Area Campground staff) Pine View Fun Day

Participants at the Fort McCoy Pine View Recreation Area Family Fun Day have summer fun in the water bucket attraction. The July 12th event attracted guests from throughout the area. The sponsors included Monroe County Publishers, Fast Eddie's, Wal-Mart, Coulee Region RV, Rogers Cinema Theatres, Culver's and Mt. Olympus . (No federal endorsement is implied.) For more information about Fort McCoy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) events visit the Web site http://www.mccoymwr.com or call the MWR events line at (877) 864-4969. (Photo by Pine View Recreation Area Campground staff)

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Photo: Staff Sgt. Jeremy Bruening spends quality time with his wife, Vicki, and children after departure ceremonies for the 341st Engineer Company at Fort McCoy. The 341st, an Army Reserve unit from Barling, Ark., underwent mobilization training at the installation to prepare to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele) Family time

Staff Sgt. Jeremy Bruening spends quality time with his wife, Vicki, and children after departure ceremonies for the 341st Engineer Company at Fort McCoy. The 341st, an Army Reserve unit from Barling, Ark., underwent mobilization training at the installation to prepare to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele)

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Photo: Master Sgt. Scott  Berndt tries on a body armor vest at the Fort McCoy Central Issue Facility (CIF). Berndt is with the 259th Quartermaster Battalion, an Army Reserve unit from Denver, mobilizing to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. Bernie Britzman, a CIF warehouse specialist, helps Berndt try on the body armor. (Photo by Tom Michele) Clothing issue 

Master Sgt. Scott  Berndt tries on a body armor vest at the Fort McCoy Central Issue Facility (CIF). Berndt is with the 259th Quartermaster Battalion, an Army Reserve unit from Denver, mobilizing to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. Bernie Britzman, a CIF warehouse specialist, helps Berndt try on the body armor. (Photo by Tom Michele)

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Photo: An officer from the 769th Engineer Battalion, a Louisiana Army National Guard unit, greets one of the unit's Soldiers as he deplanes at Volk Field. The unit redeployed from a one-year tour of duty to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. After returning, unit personnel went through a five-day demobilization at Fort McCoy before returning to civilian life. (Photo by Tom Michele) Returning home 

An officer from the 769th Engineer Battalion, a Louisiana Army National Guard unit, greets one of the unit's Soldiers as he deplanes at Volk Field. The unit redeployed from a one-year tour of duty to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. After returning, unit personnel went through a five-day demobilization at Fort McCoy before returning to civilian life. (Photo by Tom Michele)

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