Fort McCoy News May 8, 2015


BEST WARRIOR WINNERS ADVANCE AFTER COMPETITION AT McCOY

After four days of physically and mentally grueling events, winners from the 412th and 416th Theater Engineer Commands were selected to advance and compete at the U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition. (Story, photos.)


86TH TRAINING DIVISION PREPARES
TO HOST DISTINGUISHED VISITORS

With the weather in Wisconsin heating up, so is the 86th Training Division's planning for the two 2015 Combat Support Training Program exercises being conducted here in May and August. (Story, photo.)


McPHERSON HIGHLIGHTS NEED
TO CHANGE CULTURES, CLIMATES

Activist, educator, feminist, and former college football star Don McPherson highlighted ways to rethink society's perception of women, what it means to be a man, and the importance of healthy relationships as the guest speaker for Fort McCoy's observance of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. (Story, photo.)


HOLOCAUST SPEAKER: HISTORY MADE BY ACTION, INACTION

No study of human behavior and ethics is better than the Holocaust, according to Stephen Feinberg, guest speaker at Fort McCoy's April 16 observance of the Holocaust National Days of Remembrance. (Story, photo.)


ARBOR DAY TREE PLANTING

Hundreds of trees were planted, and the installation's 26th consecutive Tree City USA award was presented as Fort McCoy observed Arbor Day. (Photos.)