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Photo: Cadre from the Regional Training Center-North at Fort McCoy conduct predeployment training for Army Reserve Soldiers on M-240B crew-served weapons at a Fort McCoy range. The Soldiers were from the 343rd Medical Company and the 478th Transportation Company. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Weapons training

Cadre from the Regional Training Center-North at Fort McCoy conduct predeployment training for Army Reserve Soldiers on M-240B crew-served weapons at a Fort McCoy range. The Soldiers were from the 343rd Medical Company and the 478th Transportation Company.

(Photo by Rob Schuette)
 

Photo: Father George Clements speaks at a 181st Infantry Brigade Prayer Breakfast. The Oct. 7 event had a theme of “Encourage Yourself.” In 1981, Clements became the first priest to adopt a child. He founded the One Church-One Child program for homeless children. Clements also is noted for his humanitarian work with recovering addicts and previously incarcerated people. NBC made a film out his endeavor, entitled “The Father Clements Story.” (Photo by Master Sgt. Jerome M. DeBarge)


Prayer Breakfast

Father George Clements speaks at a 181st Infantry Brigade Prayer Breakfast. The Oct. 7 event had a theme of “Encourage Yourself.” In 1981, Clements became the first priest to adopt a child. He founded the One Church-One Child program for homeless children. Clements also is noted for his humanitarian work with recovering addicts and previously incarcerated people. NBC made a film out his endeavor, entitled “The Father Clements Story.” 
(Photo by Master Sgt. Jerome M. DeBarge)
 

 

 

Photo: Cadet Gabriel Cervantes of the Wisconsin ChalleNGe Academy, which is located at Fort McCoy, gives blood during an American Red Cross Blood Drive Oct. 9. The ChalleNGe Academy sponsored the blood drive.  (Photo by Rob Schuette) Blood drive

Cadet Gabriel Cervantes of the Wisconsin ChalleNGe Academy, which is located at Fort McCoy, gives blood during an American Red Cross Blood Drive Oct. 9. The ChalleNGe Academy sponsored the blood drive.
(Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Kimberly Mathews, the guest speaker at the Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) luncheon, talks about faith and fitness in her life, which included being an Olympic hopeful. The PWOC plans to have a guest speaker on approximately a monthly basis. For more information, call the Fort McCoy Religious Support Office at 608-388-3528. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Encouraging words

Kimberly Mathews, the guest speaker at the Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) luncheon, talks about faith and fitness in her life, which included being an Olympic hopeful. The PWOC plans to have a guest speaker on approximately a monthly basis. For more information, call the Fort McCoy Religious Support Office at 608-388-3528.
(Photo by
Rob Schuette)

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