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Photo Feature: Training

 Photo: Airmen and Sailors walk and fire M-16/M-4 rifles during mobilization training on a Fort McCoy range. The Air Force and Navy personnel were training to support Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. They go through training similar to their Army counterparts because they often serve alongside them. (Photo by Tom Michele)

Reflexive firing

Airmen and Sailors walk and fire M-16/M-4 rifles during mobilization training on a Fort McCoy range. The Air Force and Navy personnel were training to support Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. They go through training similar to their Army counterparts because they often serve alongside them. (Photo by Tom Michele)

Photo: Staff Sgt. John Rowe holds down the left arm and hand of Sgt. Brian Jorgensen as the observer/controller/trainers demonstrate detainee operations to a group of Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen in a class on a Fort McCoy training range. The personnel are mobilizing to support Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele)   Detainee operations

Staff Sgt. John Rowe holds down the left arm and hand of Sgt. Brian Jorgensen as the observer/controller/trainers demonstrate detainee operations to a group of Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen in a class on a Fort McCoy training range. The personnel are mobilizing to support Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele)  

 

Photo: Soldiers from the 147th Aviation Battalion, a Minnesota Army National Guard unit from St. Paul, Minn., deplane from an aircraft and walk to a hangar at Volk Field after having served a tour of duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The unit demobilized at Fort McCoy before returning to civilian life. (Photo by Tom Michele) Homecoming

Soldiers from the 147th Aviation Battalion, a Minnesota Army National Guard unit from St. Paul, Minn., deplane from an aircraft and walk to a hangar at Volk Field after having served a tour of duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The unit demobilized at Fort McCoy before returning to civilian life. (Photo by Tom Michele)

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Photo: A member of the Marine Air Control Group-48 of Illinois is graded on his sword unsheathing techniques during a drill-and-ceremony test at Fort McCoy. The MACG-48 has conducted its Corporal Course at Fort McCoy for a number of years. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Cutting edge

A member of the Marine Air Control Group-48 of Illinois is graded on his sword unsheathing techniques during a drill-and-ceremony test at Fort McCoy. The MACG-48 has conducted its Corporal Course at Fort McCoy for a number of years. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Personnel from the 492nd Quartermaster Company of Mankato, Minn., procure concrete to install a sidewalk in the installationís 700 block. The 603rd Engineer Platoon (Concrete) of Puerto Rico also worked on the project. The units conducted the installation-related construction project during its duty at Fort McCoy as part of the Patriot Warrior 2008 exercise. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Solid foundations

Personnel from the 492nd Quartermaster Company of Mankato, Minn., procure concrete to install a sidewalk in the installationís 700 block. The 603rd Engineer Platoon (Concrete) of Puerto Rico also worked on the project. The units conducted the installation-related construction project during its duty at Fort McCoy as part of the Patriot Warrior 2008 exercise. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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