AUGUST 26, 2011

 

                         

News Notes Navigational Button
Facilities Hours Navigational Button
Search Navigational Button
View Past Issues Navigational Button
About the Real McCoy Navigational Button
Contact Us Navigational Button
Weather Procedures Navigational Button
Fort McCoy Home Page Navigational Button
Armywide News Navigational Button
Defense News Navigational Button

 

PHOTO: A Soldier gives instruction to the fork truck operator while loading a pallet at the 2011 Warrior Exercise held at Fort McCoy. Photo by Master Sgt. D. Keith Johnson
 

WAREX presents realistic deployment training
(Story, photo.)

RTS-Med provides medical support for WAREX at McCoy
(Story, photo.)

Soldiers train on deployment missions during WAREX
(Story, photo.)
 

PHOTO: An armored personnel carrier approaches a village near the Fort McCoy Offense/Defense Building as part of its mobile operations on urban terrain training. Photo by Rob Schuette
 

Engineer unit conducts culminating exercise

Engineers with an Iowa Army Reserve unit brought together all their training throughout the year during culminating exercises at Fort McCoy.

(Story, photo.)

PHOTO: An instructor advises Soldiers from the 649th Regional Support Group during a physical-readiness training session at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Soldiers get training to meet Physical Training standards
 
Soldiers whose military careers are in jeopardy because they can’t meet Army Physical Fitness Test or height/weight standards got another chance to get back on track at Fort McCoy.

(Story, photos.)

 
  New, state endangered butterfly found at mccoy
The regal fritillary butterfly has been sighted at Fort McCoy.(Story, photo.)

Karner blue butterflies  thriving at Fort McCoy
Some habitat-management changes will be considered in the installation’s new Karner blue management plan. (Story, photo.)

PHOTO: Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, IMCOM commander, cuts the ribbon on the new IMCOM headquarters campus with IMCOM Command Sgt. Maj. Neil Ciotola. Photo by Neal Snyder
 
IMCOM headquarters officially opens in Texas

FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas — Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch and five representatives of the Soldiers, Civilians and Family members served by the U.S. Army Installation Management Command officially opened the command’s new headquarters campus Aug.19.

(Story, photo.)

                                                     ADDITIONAL NEWS: