Fort McCoy News January 24, 2014


FIRE MARSHALS: 'EYES, EARS'
FOR POST FACILITIES

Post fire inspector Curt Ladwig brought together dozens of people for fire prevention and safety during fire marshal training Jan. 14. The class was the first of six scheduled for 2014. (Story, photo.)

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ILO RAMPS UP FOR TAX SEASON,
SEEKS VOLUNTEER TAX PREPARERS

The Fort McCoy Installation Legal Office will offer free income tax preparation services for eligible legal assistance clients, including
active-duty military and their dependents, retirees and their dependents, and Reserve service members who are on duty for more than 30 days. (Story, photo.)

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LENDING CLOSET SERVES THOSE WAITING FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS

If you're arriving at Fort McCoy or leaving for your next assignment, there's no need to worry if you find yourself without your household goods. (Story, photo.)

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181ST INFANTRY BRIGADE OFFERS
IED SIMULATION TRAINING

Homemade improvised explosive devices are a threat service members likely will encounter if they are deployed during their military career, said Jeff Sarver. (Story, photo.)

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WET-BLADE MOWERS HELP MAINTAIN MANEUVER AREAS, FIRING POINTS

Fort McCoy's firing points support multiple types of training. Given the complexity of how firing points are used, the Range and Training Lands Assessment program assesses the potential training capability at each firing point and identifies issues that restrict that capability. (Story, photos.)

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