SEPTEMBER 09, 2011 

 

 

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PHOTO: Staff from the Medical Simulation Training Center at Fort McCoy conduct a medical-trauma lane demonstration. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
MSTC hosts Armywide medical conference

U.S. Army medical training personnel and civilian operational staff of Medical Simulation Training Centers from throughout the Army gathered at the Fort McCoy MSTC for a three-day conference.
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PHOTO: Soldiers patrol the pedestrian lane at the entry-control point at Fort McCoy’s Contingency Operating Location Freedom. Photo by Tom Michele
 

mobilization/demobilization chapter winds down at McCoy

The departure of the 236th and 1022nd Engineer Companies from Fort McCoy in late September will bring to a close a significant chapter in Fort McCoy’s history.
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PHOTO: Soldiers train on moving simulated litter patients at the Combat Litter Course. Photo by 1st Lt. Dustin Kinzinger
 
unit takes advantage of enhanced RTS-MED support

B Company of the 452nd Combat Support Hospital had a common dilemma when planning its annual training for 2011. The company had been tasked for numerous overseas training missions, but had to make training plans for the remaining Soldiers not traveling overseas.

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PHOTO: Soldiers support Equipment Concentration Site-67 work to provide equipment to support Warrior Exercise. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
ECS-67 supports WAREX equipment needs

Equipment Concentration Site-67 staff members at Fort McCoy are ready to assist military personnel conducting training at the installation, including exercises such as the 2011 Warrior Exercise.
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PHOTO: Linda Higbee (left) receives the Excellence Through Diversity Award from Garrison Commander Col. David E. Chesser. Photo by Allan Harding
 
Chapel employee receives Diversity Award
 
The management services assistant for the installation Religious Support Office received this year’s Fort McCoy Excellence Through Diversity Award.
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