APRIL 09, 2010 



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PHOTO: Staff Sgt. Jennifer Goldberg watches as Warehouse Specialist Jerry Amundson nudges a pallet of supplies onto a pick-up truck at a dock at Fort McCoy’s General Purpose Warehouse. Goldberg is with the 328th Engineer Company advance party, preparing for the arrival of the main body of New Jersey Army Reserve Soldiers who will mobilize at Fort McCoy to deploy in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. PEO SOLDIER IMPROVING UNIFORM, EQUIPMENT ISSUE TO MOBILIZED SOLDIERS

Fort McCoy is improving the way equipment is distributed to mobilizing Soldiers.
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PHOTO: The Boss Lift crowd watches as Soldiers bring an insurgent,  portrayed by cultural role players, out of a house to interrogate him for weapons, explosives and intelligence. The action was on a Fort McCoy training lane in one of the simulated Asian villages.


Civilian employers of the 724th Engineer Battalion embarked on a “Boss Lift,” mission, a joint venture between the 724th Engineer Battalion and Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.
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PHOTO: Master Sgt. Sean Beaudette of the 2nd Battalion, 339th Regiment (Leadership Training) reviews student essays and critiques from the new Supervisor Development Course that piloted in December at Fort McCoy. Photo by Master Sgt. Christina Steiner ARRTC PREPARES FOR MOVE TO FORT KNOX

Personnel in the Army Reserve Readiness Training Center Provisional at Fort McCoy are beginning the process to transition the organization to its new location at Fort Knox, Ky.
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PHOTO: Betty Kruck (left), Marilyn Hempstead (second from left), Erica Koonmen (second from right), and Nancy Hill (right), members of the League of Women Voters and American Association of University Women (AAUW), talk to a Fort McCoy audience prior to the installation’s March 24 observance of Women’s History Month. Photo by Herb Dowell WOMEN HISTORY MONTH SPEAKERS COVER EVOLVING ROLES OF WOMEN

Today’s military is an example of the continuing efforts to improve the lives of women, said the guest speakers at Fort McCoy’s Women’s History Month observance March 24.
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PHOTO: Members of the Fort McCoy Outdoor Recreation staff put out picnic tables as the Pine View Recreation Area facility is prepared for the busy summer season. Photo by Jobi Spolum PINE VIEW RECREATION AREA OFFERS ONLINE RESERVATIONS

Pine View Recreation Area lodging facilities, camping sites and equipment now can be reserved online using the Webtrack software system.
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