DECEMBER 09, 2011

 

 

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PHOTO: Three Central Issue Facility employees inspect equipment and maintain record documentation. Photo by Tom Michele
 
CIF mission to support all Soldiers training at McCoy

The Fort McCoy Central Issue Facility mission to provide field gear to Soldiers has changed from support for Soldiers mobilizing at Fort McCoy to that of Soldiers training at the installation.
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PHOTO: Mike Ravet (left) and Aaron Fisher of the BSA/LB&B McCoy Joint Venture Public Works prepare recyclable material to load into their recycling truck. Photo by Rob Schuette
 

Recycling totals near
50 percent mark


Fort McCoy recycled almost 50 percent of its waste stream during fiscal year 2011, according to Michael Miller.
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PHOTO: 1st Sgt. Justin Maloney of HHC, USAG, Fort McCoy, presents a Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Professional Development Program course to company NCOs. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Garrison Hhc a go-to organization

Garrison Headquarters and Headquarters Companies, generally, are recognized as organizations that provide administrative support to the Soldiers they serve. Fort McCoy’s HHC, U.S. Army Garrison, provides services far beyond that narrow realm.
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PHOTO: Nate Prairie of the Fort McCoy Wildlife Program ages a buck harvested during the Fort McCoy gun-deer season. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Gun-deer harvest nears 600, close to meeting McCoy goal

Even though the opening weekend of the nine-day gun-deer season at Fort McCoy got off to a slow start, hunters picked up steam during the remainder of the season to help the installation get close to its harvest goal of approximately 630 deer, said David Beckmann.
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PHOTO: Wisconsin Challenge Academy Cadet Caitlin Cornell, second from left, stands in front of the entrance sign at Fort McCoy’s Staff Sgt. Todd R. Cornell NCO Academy. Photo by Tom Michele
 
Challenge cadet’s warrior father is her inspiration
 
Whenever one cadet attending the Challenge Academy at Fort McCoy for at-risk youth felt herself giving up during the 22-week course, she sought strength from her warrior father.
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