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 Photo: A Soldier cleans a vehicle at the Fort McCoy Central Vehicle Wash Facility after training. The 620th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion of St. Louis was running the facility as a number of units cleaned their equipment.†(Photo by Rob Schuette)

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A Soldier cleans a vehicle at the Fort McCoy Central Vehicle Wash Facility after training. The 620th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion of St. Louis was running the facility as a number of units cleaned their equipment. 
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

Photo: Authorized military patrons go through the Fort McCoy Main Post Exchange, building 1538, July 25 to check out the specials offered in honor of the 113th anniversary of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. These Soldiers checked out the merchandize in the Military Clothing Sales area. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (A The Real McCoy Online Extra) Post Exchange

Authorized military patrons go through the Fort McCoy Main Post Exchange, building 1538, July 25 to check out the specials offered in honor of the 113th anniversary of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. These Soldiers checked out the merchandize in the Military Clothing Sales area. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (A The Real McCoy Online Extra)

  

 

Photo: Members of the Fort McCoy Child and Youth Services Summer Camp learn CPR techniques during baby-sitting training. The training helps youths in the Fort McCoy community develop the knowledge and skills needed to provide child-care support to community families. The training is offered as an Army Family Covenant initiative. Youth enrolled in the Summer Camp learn many school and life skills during the activities. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Lifesavers

Members of the Fort McCoy Child and Youth Services Summer Camp learn CPR techniques during baby-sitting training. The training helps youths in the Fort McCoy community develop the knowledge and skills needed to provide child-care support to community families. The training is offered as an Army Family Covenant initiative. Youth enrolled in the Summer Camp learn many school and life skills during the activities. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Renovation work is under way in the installationís 600 block for facilities that will support the Regional Training Center-North mission. RTC-North provides premobilization training to Army Reserve units at Fort McCoy as part of the process to help ensure units are ready for mobilization training. The barracks renovation work is being done by Alliance Steel Corporation of Superior, Wis. Arteaga Construction of Milwaukee is renovating the administrative and dining facilities. TCI Architects, Engineers and Contractors of La Crosse, Wis., is subcontracted to do the dining facility renovations. (Photo by Rob Schuette) RTC-North

Renovation work is under way in the installationís 600 block for facilities that will support the Regional Training Center-North mission. RTC-North provides premobilization training to Army Reserve units at Fort McCoy as part of the process to help ensure units are ready for mobilization training. The barracks renovation work is being done by Alliance Steel Corporation of Superior, Wis. Arteaga Construction of Milwaukee is renovating the administrative and dining facilities. TCI Architects, Engineers and Contractors of La Crosse, Wis., is subcontracted to do the dining facility renovations. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Personnel from White Oaks Farm, a subcontractor for M.L.D.C. Inc. of Moscow, Idaho, work on grinding up wood debris at a South Post site at Fort McCoy. The debris, which comes from clearing sites for new cantonment area and training projects, is ground into wood chips. Employees from the Fort McCoy Directorate of Emergency Services/Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Land Rehabilitation and Management Section use the wood chips to stabilize and improve access to training areas on post and also as a soil additive to help guard against erosion. The work is done on an annual basis under contract, and more work is expected to be accomplished next year, said Mark McCarty, chief of the Natural Resource Branch of the installation Directorate of Public Works. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Ground work

Personnel from White Oaks Farm, a subcontractor for M.L.D.C. Inc. of Moscow, Idaho, work on grinding up wood debris at a South Post site at Fort McCoy. The debris, which comes from clearing sites for new cantonment area and training projects, is ground into wood chips. Employees from the Fort McCoy Directorate of Emergency Services/Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Land Rehabilitation and Management Section use the wood chips to stabilize and improve access to training areas on post and also as a soil additive to help guard against erosion. The work is done on an annual basis under contract, and more work is expected to be accomplished next year, said Mark McCarty, chief of the Natural Resource Branch of the installation Directorate of Public Works. 
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

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