NOVEMBER 11, 2011 



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PHOTO: Volunteer delegates discuss Army Family Action Plan issues. Photo by Rob Schuette
AFAP Conference identifies most-important issues

Volunteer delegates at Fort McCoy’s fiscal year 2012 Army Community Service Army Family Action Plan Conference identified the three most-important community issues.
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PHOTO: Members of the 82nd ADT interact with villagers. Photo by 2nd Lt. Stephen Montgomery

82nd Adt conducts pre-Mob training at McCoy

A unique mixture of Wisconsin National Guard personnel who will perform an unusual, but vital agricultural mission in Afghanistan conducted pre-deployment training at Fort McCoy in October.
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PHOTO: Recruits in a Wisconsin State Patrol trooper/inspector class practice falling techniques. Photo by Rob Schuette
State Patrol Academy trains 1st recruit class since 2008

The first class of Wisconsin State Patrol recruits since 2008 now is training at the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy at Fort McCoy. The State Patrol Academy is the oldest tenant activity at Fort McCoy, first opening its doors here in 1955.
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PHOTO: Scott Zaehler speaks during the Native American Month observance. Photo by Allan Harding
Speaker connects Native Americans, warriors

The 2011 observance of Native American Month at Fort McCoy was highlighted by a mid-day luncheon at McCoy’s and a briefing by Scott Zaehler, an Eastern Band Cherokee who serves as Fort McCoy’s Army Substance Abuse Program manager.
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PHOTO: A new speed limit sign on Quarry Hill Road at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette Speed limits changing for remote, hard-topped roads

Speed limits on some of Fort McCoy’s remote and lesser-traveled hard-topped roads will be changing.
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