Fort McCoy News March 28, 2014


CONSTRUCTION SAFETY FOCUS OF COURSE FOR CIVILIANS, SOLDIERS

Safety representatives from Fort McCoy as well as Fort Snelling, Minn., participated in a 30-hour, Occupational Safety and Health Administration-approved construction safety course March 10-13 in building 2113.
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32ND IBCT SOLDIERS TRAIN IN
MASTER GUNNER COURSE

More than 30 National Guard Soldiers from throughout Wisconsin trained at Fort McCoy in the Master Gunner Course over a three-week period in March. (Story, photos.)

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RSO SEEKS TO CONTINUE
SERVICE-EXCELLENCE TRADITION

Since March 6, the Fort McCoy Retirement Services Office has a new person available to support military retirees of all services — Mitzi Hinton. (Story, photo.)

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PRESCRIBED BURNS REDUCE WILDFIRE POTENTIAL, IMPROVE HABITATS

Fort McCoy's first prescribed burn of the year was March 14 along the railroad grade that extends through the South Post range areas.
(Story, photos.)

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