MAY 28, 2010

 

 

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PHOTO:The sky at Range 29 is illuminated by .50-caliber machine gun tracers and pyrotechnical devices during a night live-fire exercise at Fort McCoy. Photo by Tom Michele Night live-fire, tactical scenarios added to mobilization training

Night live-fire exercises, more tactical scenarios and an increased training tempo are the newest training strategies employed by the 181st Infantry Brigade.
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PHOTO: Soldiers in the Warrior Leader Course at Fort McCoy prepare to move to contact an opposing force during a situational training exercise. Photo by Rob Schuette

Warrior Leader Course teaches Soldiers concepts, tactics, doctrine

Noncommissioned officers in the Fort McCoy NCO Academy Warrior Leader Course earn the basic concepts of leadership and making decisions as a leader during a challenging two-week training period.
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PHOTO: Soldiers from the 328th Engineer Company dump a truckload of gravel and dirt into a crater pit on a Fort McCoy road in the Warrens Drop Zone. Photo by Tom Michele McCOY Concrete recycling provides foundation

Concrete from Fort McCoy sidewalks, culverts, chimneys, floors, etc., is being recycled and reused at the installation. The practice helps save money and the environment.
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PHOTO: Prospective Soldiers throw foam grenades on the obstacle course at the Fort McCoy Armed Forces Day Open House. The event, run by the Army Cadets of the Fox Valley, proved to be a popular stop for youth. Photo by Rob Schuette Armed Forces Day Open House brings people together

Guests who came to the Armed Forces Day Open House at Fort McCoy May 15 to learn about military life, meet up with Family members or former comrades or even just to enjoy the weather didn’t leave disappointed.
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PHOTO: Fort McCoy Health and Wellness Fair participants could visit a number of booths, including this one run by Tomah Memorial Hospital personnel. Photo by Pam Johnson Health, Wellness Fair
helps attendees lead
well-rounded life


Information, displays, tests, competitions and demonstrations designed to help participants lead a well-rounded, healthy life were available to members of the Fort McCoy community at Fort McCoy’s annual Health and Wellness Fair May 12.
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