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 Photo: Kristin Valest of the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center speaks at a Fort McCoy Disability Employment Awareness Month event. Valest, the supervisor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, spoke about traumatic brain injuries, back injuries and hearing loss. Her duties include providing care to veterans who have experienced blast injuries. The Fort McCoy event was hosted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Office. (Photo by Val Hyde)

Disability Awareness

Kristin Valest of the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center speaks at a Fort McCoy Disability Employment Awareness Month event. Valest, the supervisor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, spoke about traumatic brain injuries, back injuries and hearing loss. Her duties include providing care to veterans who have experienced blast injuries. The Fort McCoy event was hosted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Office. (Photo by Val Hyde)

 

Photo: Soldiers from the 27th Finance Management Company visit a building in the Fort McCoy Commemorative Area. The facility includes the original potbellied stoves, which were used to heat the facility into the 1990s. The New York Army National Guard unit is mobilizing at Fort McCoy in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele) History revisited

Soldiers from the 27th Finance Management Company visit a building in the Fort McCoy Commemorative Area. The facility includes the original potbellied stoves, which were used to heat the facility into the 1990s. The New York Army National Guard unit is mobilizing at Fort McCoy in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Photo by Tom Michele)

 

Photo: Rumpel Fitness Center staff members move fitness equipment back to the Fitness Center, building 1122, after a floor renovation/replacement project was completed. The project includes a modern, cushioned floor, which will make fitness activities less stressful to knees and legs than the wood floor it replaces. Call (608) 388-2290 for more information about fitness activities. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Gym floor finished

Rumpel Fitness Center staff members move fitness equipment back to the Fitness Center, building 1122, after a floor renovation/replacement project was completed. The project includes a modern, cushioned floor, which will make fitness activities less stressful to knees and legs than the wood floor it replaces. Call (608) 388-2290 for more information about fitness activities. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Members of the Sankey family work on a Family Holiday Calendar for 2009. The Army Community Service (ACS) Family Focus event at Fort McCoy allowed parents and children to interact on a project while having a good time. For more information about ACS programs, call (608) 388-3505. (Photo by Army Community Service) Calendar workshop

Members of the Sankey family work on a Family Holiday Calendar for 2009. The Army Community Service (ACS) Family Focus event at Fort McCoy allowed parents and children to interact on a project while having a good time. For more information about ACS programs, call (608) 388-3505.
(Photo by Army Community Service)

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Photo: Barb Stafslien (right) of the Occupational Health Office immunizes Matt Erickson of the Fort McCoy Fire Department during a flu immunization clinic. Fort McCoy Department of Defense garrison civilian employees who didnít get a flu immunization during the early November clinics at the installation still can get the immunizations. A makeup clinic is being scheduled. Personnel also can schedule appointments by calling the Fort McCoy Occupational Health Office at (608) 388-3209/2414. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Flu immunization

Barb Stafslien (right) of the Occupational Health Office immunizes Matt Erickson of the Fort McCoy Fire Department during a flu immunization clinic. Fort McCoy Department of Defense garrison civilian employees who didnít get a flu immunization during the early November clinics at the installation still can get the immunizations. A makeup clinic is being scheduled. Personnel also can schedule appointments by calling the Fort McCoy Occupational Health Office at (608) 388-3209/2414. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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