Fort McCoy News September 27, 2013


COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL UNIT COMPLETES MEDICAL TRAINING

Medical and support personnel from an Army Reserve Combat Support Hospital (CSH) used a variety of training opportunities at Fort McCoy to sharpen skills and to prepare for upcoming training and deployment. (Story, photos.)

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GUARD UNIT TRAINING MASTER GUNNER SUBJECT-MATTER EXPERTS

Wisconsin National Guard Soldiers conducted special training sessions at Fort McCoy to develop weapons subject- matter experts who will help support unit firing prowess.
(Story, photos.)

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HIGH-RISK TRAFFIC AREAS AT
FORT MCCOY RECEIVE NEW SIGNAGE

Changes to two high-risk traffic areas have been implemented at Fort McCoy. A four-way stop at South 9th Avenue and O Street will become permanent. Meanwhile, additional 30 mph signage has been placed outside the South Post Military Family Housing Area. (Story, photo.)

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LAST ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY EXCAVATION COMPLETED

A ceremonial excavation on the western side of Fort McCoy signified that all of the training lands available for archaeological survey now have been examined for sites. (Story, photo.)

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DAY FOR KIDS EVENT THRIVES WITH NEW LOCATION, EVENTS

A new location and several new activities led to a big crowd at the annual Fort McCoy Day for Kids event. The event was held Sept. 14 in the South Post Military Family Housing Area for the first time and attracted a crowd of 352 youth and adults. (Story, photos.)

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