McCoy Public Affairs Office Linda Fournier talks to Staff Sgt.
James Nanguata of the 302nd Quartermaster Battalion of Guam
about the book "Images of America Fort McCoy"
during an event at the Fort McCoy Main Post Exchange (PX). The
book contains more than 200 photos about Fort McCoy, some never
published before, and helps celebrate the installationís 100th
year anniversary in 2009. The book can be purchased for $20 in
building 100 or at the Fort McCoy PX (by authorized personnel).
The profits from the book go to the Morale, Welfare and
Recreation/History Center fund. The book also will be for sale
at the Sept. 5 Retiree Appreciation Day event. For more
information, call (608) 388-4209. (Photo
by Rob Schuette)
of the Fort McCoy Police and Fire Departments participate in the
sixth annual Monroe County National Night out at Tomahís
Winnebago Park as part of the Army Community Covenant program.
Officer Dan Frolo of the Police Department demonstrates the
effects of drunk driving while a participant uses the fatal
vision goggles at the Aug. 5 event. Other activities included a
child seat safety display, and displays of a ladder truck and a
smoke house trainer. (Photo
by Bonnie Robarge-Owen)
Airmen conduct detainee training at an entry control point
inspection area at Contingency Operating Location Freedom at
Fort McCoy. The training was part of a base defense class to
teach theater-specific characteristics about the culture and
customs of the area the Airmen will serve in during their
(Photo by Tom Michele)
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from the 1st, 121st Field Artillery, a Wisconsin Army National
Guard unit headquartered in Milwaukee, conduct the two-mile run
as part of their semiannual Army Physical Fitness Test at Fort
McCoy. The personnel had one more lap to go to complete the run.
(Photo by Rob Schuette)
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