Fort McCoy News February 13, 2015

COMMANDER BRIEFS
GARRISON WORKFORCE

Fort McCoy's Strategic Business Plan has been an active ingredient in the recipe for success for the installation in past years, and that success should continue as the planners work on updating the plan in coming months. The plan and many other subjects were highlighted Jan. 22 during two sessions of the Garrison Commander's Workforce Briefing. (Story, photo.)

CO Briefing photo



AIRPORT TREE-REMOVAL PROJECT IMPROVES AVIATION SAFETY

Recent tree removal along the flight path of a Fort McCoy Airport runway has improved aviation safety. The project involved the efforts of several directorates. (Story, photos.)

Timber Removal


RANGE 19 ESTABLISHMENT EXPANDS FORT MCCOY CAPABILITIES

Flexible training operations should result from the establishment of Range 19, a new live-fire range on Fort McCoy's North Post, according to Installation Range Officer Mike Todd of the Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Range Management Branch. (Story, photos.)


NEW IMMA CURING BOOTH
TO SPEED PAINTING PROCESS

A new $425,000 paint-curing booth at the Installation Materiel Maintenance Activity in building 200 will enhance the activity's vehicle and equipment painting process. (Story, photo.)

Paint booth


MLK OBERVANCE: 'SEE PEOPLE AS
THEY WANT TO BE SEEN'

Many people and actions have helped shape his view of diversity, and the importance to "see people as they want to be seen," said Dr. Jonathan Overby, guest speaker for the Jan. 29 Fort McCoy observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. (Story, photo.)

MLK Day speaker