AUGUST 10, 2012 

 

 

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PHOTO: Sgt. Maj. Bryan B. Battaglia observes the Paralegal Warrior Training students traverse an obstacle at the Fort McCoy Conditioning Course. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
DoD Joint Chiefs of Staff
senior enlisted advisor visits


The top-ranking enlisted service member in the Department of Defense visited Fort McCoy July 24-26 to observe training and learn about the capabilities the installation offers to support the DoD mission.
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PHOTO: A T-wall is moved into place at the new Forward Arming and Refueling Point at Fort McCoy. Contributed photo
 
Tactical refueling point to serve helicopters

A new Forward Arming and Refueling Point has been built at Fort McCoy to better serve the needs of units training with rotary wing (helicopter) aircraft.
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PHOTO: The Rustic Inn, building 2000 at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Rustic Inn closes doors Aug. 24 for foreseeable future

The Rustic Inn, building 2000, at Fort McCoy will close its doors for the foreseeable future Aug. 24.
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PHOTO: Soldiers in the Paralegal Warrior Training course train on weapons firing at an engagement skills trainer site. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael A. Waskewich Jr.
 
Paralegals get classroom, field training at McCoy

Reserve-component paralegals from across the Army conducted Paralegal Refresher training at Fort McCoy in Late July to sharpen their technical skills in the classroom and tactical skills in the field.
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PHOTO: The Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance coordinator checks out a drivable grass pavement system. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Drivable grass supports training at McCoy
 
A synthetic, concrete-like material is being used on North and South Post to improve access for vehicles/equipment used to support training at Fort McCoy and minimize damage to training areas.
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