SEPTEMBER 14, 2012 

 

 

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PHOTO: The ribbon is cut for the new Annual Training/Mobilization Barracks at Fort McCoy. Photo by Anita Johnson
 
Ribbon-cutting ceremony opens new barracks

Fort McCoy’s newest barracks is ready to support troops training at the installation following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 6.
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PHOTO: A Soldier participates in a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course. Photo by Geneve N. Mankel
 

Motorcycle updates added to safety regulation

Fort McCoy Regulation 385-10, Installation Safety Program, has been revised to reflect updates to the Department of the Army Motorcycle Safety Policy.
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PHOTO: Soldiers and an Equipment Concentration Site-67 employee work on equipment at the facility. Photo by Rob Schuette
 
Soldiers help ECS-67 meet maintenance, service needs

Reserve Soldiers conducting a summer support mission at Fort McCoy honed and improved their maintenance skills while providing valuable support to Equipment Concentration Site-67 personnel.
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PHOTO: Cindy Zahrte tells the story of the events that led up to Women’s Equality Day. Photo by Anita Johnson
 
Women's equality Speaker talks about history, life

The guest speaker at the Fort McCoy observance of Women’s Equality Day thanked the Fort McCoy community for the freedom the country has, and said she wanted to show that thanks by presenting a talk about women’s equality, including her personal experiences.
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PHOTO: Toby Keith at the Aug. 30 concert at Fort McCoy. Photo by Sheila Peterson
 
Toby Keith concert at McCoy draws crowd of nearly 11,000
 
A four-week wait for the Toby Keith concert seemed to be worth it for an appreciative crowd of almost 11,000 people who gathered at Fort McCoy’s Constitution Park Aug. 30 for the Army Concert Tour event.
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