SEPTEMBER 24, 2010

 

 

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PHOTO: Sgt. William Bacon checks out the new Wisconsin Military Academy mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle Egress Trainer. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
wma fields new rollover training equipment

Military personnel who want to train on the latest techniques to escape from a vehicle rollover soon will have a new training opportunity at the Wisconsin Military Academy at Fort McCoy.
(Story, photos.)

PHOTO: Naval Seabees learn how to measure and mark equipment to prepare it to be shipped for deployment. Photo by Rob Schuette
 

Naval reservists train
at Fort M
cCoy


Naval Seabees trained at Fort McCoy to sustain and improve their military skills to prepare for potential future deployments. (Story, photos.)

PHOTO: A Fort McCoy runner is out at home during a softball challenge game between the installation and Sparta. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
McCoy team edges Sparta in second challenge game

After breaking out to an early four-run lead in a Sept. 19 softball challenge, Fort McCoy had just enough to hold off the Sparta team at Sparta’s Memorial Park diamond. 
(Story, photos.)
PHOTO: Participants in the Military SportBike Rider Course held at Fort McCoy practice taking corners on the bigger motorcycles. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
SportBike Rider Course
helps sharpen skills


Motorcyclists sharpened their skills and learned advanced safety techniques during a Sept. 10 Military SportBike Rider Course at Fort McCoy.
(Story, photos.)
PHOTO: Soldier Show cast members sing near the end of the Sept. 11 performance at Fort McCoy. Photo by Allan Harding

 

2010 Soldier Show wows
fort McCoy audience

 
Soldiers in the younger generation keep in touch and connect with each other through various means of technology while the power of music can bring all generations together. During a special performance at Fort McCoy Sept. 11, all of those means of communication came together with the performance of the 27th version of the U.S. Army Soldier Show.
(Story, photos.)

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