Fort McCoy News June 28, 2013


RANGES MEET NEEDS FOR MARINE INFANTRY UNIT

Marine Reserve Infantry personnel used high-tech ranges and other training areas at Fort McCoy to help them meet their training requirements. (Story, photos.)

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NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIERS TRAIN ON HELICOPTER MEDEVAC TASKS

Helicopter crews from Wisconsin and Nebraska Army National Guard units conducted annual training at Fort McCoy to bring personnel up to speed on readiness tasks involving medical operations. (Story, photos.)

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FORT MCCOY CELEBRATES
238TH BIRTHDAY OF THE ARMY

Military and civilian members of the Fort McCoy community gathered at Constitution Park June 13 to help observe the 238th birthday of the Army. (Story, photos.)

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FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORY REVISED FOR 2 MCCOY LOCATIONS

The Fort McCoy fish consumption advisory has been re-evaluated and new guidelines will be issued for bluegill, sunfish, black crappie and largemouth bass caught at the North Flowage and Lost Lake (Ranch Creek Flowage).
(Story, photo, guidelines.)

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FEMALE SOLDIERS EMPOWER FEMALE CADETS VIA PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

Female Soldiers at Fort McCoy are helping to empower and guide at-risk female teens.
The 181st Infantry Brigade and the Wisconsin National Guard Challenge Academy, both located at Fort McCoy, are working to provide additional advisement to female Challenge Academy cadets. (Story, photos.)

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