Fort McCoy News October 10, 2014


NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER ACADEMY TRAINS WARRIOR LEADERS

More than 100 students and 20 staff members from the Staff Sgt. Todd R. Cornell Noncommissioned Officer Academy participated in a situational training exercise on Fort McCoy's South Post. (Story, photos.)

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NEW FORT MCCOY SCHOOL AGE/YOUTH CENTER NEARS COMPLETION

Work on the new 18,000-square-foot School Age Center/Youth Center is nearly complete, and by late fall, youth programs on Fort McCoy will have more space available than ever before. (Story, photos.)

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FORT MCCOY'S CACTF OFFERS HIGH-TECH TRAINING ENVIRONMENT

With dozens of "brick-and-mortar" buildings and numerous ranges under its umbrella, Fort McCoy's Combined Arms Collective Training Facility is one of the most-used training areas on the installation. (Story, photos.)

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WSPA CADETS COMPLETE VEHICLE, TACTICAL TRAINING

The current cadet class of 48 students at the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy has reached the midpoint of its 23 weeks of training. The cadets recently completed training in the academy's Emergency Vehicle Operations Course, as well as in tactical operations at Fort McCoy's Combined Arms Collective Training Facility. (Story, photos.)

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SAFETY, A&E AMNESTY DAY HELD FOR FORT MCCOY COMMUNITY

More than 20 agencies provided information in building 905, and explosive ordnance disposal Airmen were on hand on South Post to receive unused ammunition and explosives during Fort McCoy's Safety and A&E Amnesty Day Sept. 24. (Story, photos.)

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