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Photo: Maj. Gen. Glenn Lesniak, Fort McCoy’s senior commander and commander of the 88th Regional Support Command, presents the Philip A. Connelly Award for best food service in the Installation Management Command-Northeast Region to Renea Richardson, the Dining Facility, building 50, manager.  Also pictured are Anthony W. Williams (left), alternate Contract Officer representative of the Fort McCoy Food Program Management Office, and Nancy Sendlenski-Harvey, Food Program manager, Fort McCoy Food Program Management Office. (Photo by Val Hyde)

Food service recognition

Maj. Gen. Glenn Lesniak, Fort McCoy’s senior commander and commander of the 88th Regional Support Command, presents the Philip A. Connelly Award for best food service in the Installation Management Command-Northeast Region to Renea Richardson, the Dining Facility, building 50, manager. Also pictured are Anthony W. Williams (left), alternate Contract Officer representative of the Fort McCoy Food Program Management Office, and Nancy Sendlenski-Harvey, Food Program manager, Fort McCoy Food Program Management Office.
(Photo by Val Hyde)  

Photo: Justo Robles (left) and Carrie Kagawa of the Defense Fellows program receive a command briefing during their visit to Fort McCoy. The two visited several Army Reserve organizations to learn about the U.S. Army Reserve operations.  (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Defense Fellows visit

Justo Robles (left) and Carrie Kagawa of the Defense Fellows program receive a command briefing during their visit to Fort McCoy. The two visited several Army Reserve organizations to learn about the U.S. Army Reserve operations.  (Photo by Rob Schuette)
 

 

 

Photo: Construction personnel work on a facility at Range 100, which will handle M-16 and M-9 qualification firing at Fort McCoy. TCI Architects/Engineers/Contractor from La Crosse is the general contractor of the $4 million Major Construction Army project. The work is expected to be done before the end of the year. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Range 100 work

Construction personnel work on a facility at Range 100, which will handle M-16 and M-9 qualification firing at Fort McCoy. TCI Architects/Engineers/Contractor from La Crosse is the general contractor of the $4 million Major Construction Army project. The work is expected to be done before the end of the year. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Soldiers from the 3rd, 399th Regiment, an Army Reserve unit from Sturtevant, Wis., fire M-16 A2s at Fort McCoy. The unit trained at Fort McCoy from Sept. 11-13 and also did combatives and paint ball/laser tag at installation facilities. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Weapons qualification

Soldiers from the 3rd, 399th Regiment, an Army Reserve unit from Sturtevant, Wis., fire M-16 A2s at Fort McCoy. The unit trained at Fort McCoy from Sept. 11-13 and also did combatives and paint ball/laser tag at installation facilities.
(Photo by
Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Garrison Chaplain (Col.) Steven Colwell presides at a memorial service held at Chapel 1 at Fort McCoy to pay respects to victims of the 9/11 terrorist act in 2001. The Fort McCoy Religious Support Office holds Protestant and Catholic worship on Fort McCoy. For more information, call 608-388-3528. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Sept. 11 memorial service

Garrison Chaplain (Col.) Steven Colwell presides at a memorial service held at Chapel 1 at Fort McCoy to pay respects to victims of the 9/11 terrorist act in 2001. The Fort McCoy Religious Support Office holds Protestant and Catholic worship on Fort McCoy. For more information, call 608-388-3528.
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: The Fort McCoy Commemorative Area was open during the Retiree Appreciation Day Sept. 11 and drew a number of people to view the installation’s history from its beginning in 1909 to today. The Public Affairs Office will give group tours of the area, and reservations can be made by calling 608-388-2407. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Commemorative Area open

The Fort McCoy Commemorative Area was open during the Retiree Appreciation Day Sept. 11 and drew a number of people to view the installation’s history from its beginning in 1909 to today. The Public Affairs Office will give group tours of the area, and reservations can be made by calling 608-388-2407.
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

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