Fort McCoy News February 27, 2015


WORK UNDERWAY TO REMOVE ALDERWOOD DAM, REROUTE ROAD

Work to remove a decades-old water impoundment and reroute a road that affected a surface danger zone at a nearby range began in January on Fort McCoy's North Post.
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FORT MCCOY FIREFIGHTERS
TRAIN IN ADVANCED-LEVEL COURSE

Fort McCoy firefighters took a step toward becoming better managers by participating in the advanced Fire Officer III course at the fire department in building 1680. (Story, photo.)


MEDICAL LOGISTICS SOLDIERS
TRAIN AT RTS-MEDICAL

Soldiers from the 115th Combat Support Hospital (CSH) of Fort Polk, La., finished two weeks of medical logistics pre-deployment sustainment training at Fort McCoy's Regional Training Site (RTS)-Medical. (Story, photo.)


LAW-ENFORCEMENT STUDENTS
BUILD SKILLS AT CACTF

Students from the Western Technical College Criminal Justice-Law Enforcement Academy held law-enforcement training exercises Feb. 13 at Fort McCoy's Combined Arms Collective Training Facility. (Story, photos.)


COMBATIVES FACILITY HELPS SOLDIERS IMPROVE SELF-DEFENSE CAPABILITIES

From the outside, Fort McCoy's building 643 looks like a maintenance facility. Inside, however, the building is a haven for Soldiers to work on self-defense skills. (Story, photo.)