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 Photo: Members of the Religious Support Office Protestant Women of the Chapel Group meet at the Chapel Center, building 2675. The meetings are held each Wednesday from 9-11:30 a.m. The current topic of study is "Experiencing God" by Henry and Richard Blackaby. Child care is available by reservation for children 5 and younger. To make reservations or for more information, call (608) 388-3528. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Protestant Women of the Chapel

Members of the Religious Support Office Protestant Women of the Chapel Group meet at the Chapel Center, building 2675. The meetings are held each Wednesday from 9-11:30 a.m. The current topic of study is "Experiencing God" by Henry and Richard Blackaby. Child care is available by reservation for children 5 and younger. To make reservations or for more information, call (608) 388-3528. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

 

Photo: Work to build the new Child Development Center at Fort McCoy has begun. The facility will be built in a modular fashion by the Murillo Modular Group of Texas and is expected to be completed in the spring time frame of 2009. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Child Development Center work begins

Work to build the new Child Development Center at Fort McCoy has begun. The facility will be built in a modular fashion by the Murillo Modular Group of Texas and is expected to be completed in the spring time frame of 2009. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

 

Photo: Students in a class of the Wisconsin Military Academy’s (WMA) 1st Field Artillery Battalion fire M-198, 155 mm-towed howitzers at a Fort McCoy firing point. The training also included instruction for 13F military personnel, who serve as forward observers. The WMA hosts many Field Artillery courses/training at Fort McCoy. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

Howitzer firing

Students in a class of the Wisconsin Military Academy’s (WMA) 1st Field Artillery Battalion fire M-198, 155 mm-towed howitzers at a Fort McCoy firing point. The training also included instruction for 13F military personnel, who serve as forward observers. The WMA hosts many Field Artillery courses/training at Fort McCoy. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Fort McCoy personnel highlight the features of a Fort McCoy range during a tour for Installation Management Command (IMCOM)-Northeast Region personnel. IMCOM-Northeast personnel Director Russell Hall and IMCOM-Northeast Command Sergeant Major Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Chavez visited the installation to get a feeling for the intensity and quality of combat training being conducted at Fort McCoy.IMCOM-Northeast is Fort McCoy’s higher headquarters. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Jonna Bennett) Range tour

Fort McCoy personnel highlight the features of a Fort McCoy range during a tour for Installation Management Command (IMCOM)-Northeast Region personnel. IMCOM-Northeast personnel Director Russell Hall and IMCOM-Northeast Command Sergeant Major Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Chavez visited the installation to get a feeling for the intensity and quality of combat training being conducted at Fort McCoy. IMCOM-Northeast is Fort McCoy’s higher headquarters. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Jonna Bennett)

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Photo: Personnel from R.J. Sullivan of Onalaska remove the old floor at the Rumpel Fitness Center. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of October. In the meantime, some fitness classes have been relocated to different facilities. Several fitness offerings, such as the Cardio Theater, the weight rooms and indoor pool, are not affected by the project and will continue to be open at the Fitness Center. For more information about the Fitness Center schedule, call (608) 388-2290. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Floor work

Personnel from R.J. Sullivan of Onalaska remove the old floor at the Rumpel Fitness Center. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of October. In the meantime, some fitness classes have been relocated to different facilities. Several fitness offerings, such as the Cardio Theater, the weight rooms and indoor pool, are not affected by the project and will continue to be open at the Fitness Center. For more information about the Fitness Center schedule, call (608) 388-2290. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Students in a Wisconsin State Patrol Recruit Class train on driving procedures and techniques on the State Patrol’s Emergency Vehicle Operations Course at Fort McCoy. The recruits use the training to help them develop good driving techniques for traffic stops, etc. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Drivers training 

Students in a Wisconsin State Patrol Recruit Class train on driving procedures and techniques on the State Patrol’s Emergency Vehicle Operations Course at Fort McCoy. The recruits use the training to help them develop good driving techniques for traffic stops, etc. (Photo by Rob Schuette)

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Photo: Members of the Fort McCoy community participate in the annual Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Golf Tournament at the Hiawatha Golf Club in Tomah Sept. 12. Keith Bright lines up a putt, while Michael Sharp (back, right) and Ronald Parrish observe. Many prizes were awarded. Members of the winning team were Chad Kuhn, Jeff Steinbrink, Tony Stapleton and Dave Wetuski. (Photo by Liz Weaver) Fort McCoy golf tournament 

Members of the Fort McCoy community participate in the annual Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Golf Tournament at the Hiawatha Golf Club in Tomah Sept. 12. Keith Bright lines up a putt, while Michael Sharp (back, right) and Ronald Parrish observe. Many prizes were awarded. Members of the winning team were Chad Kuhn, Jeff Steinbrink, Tony Stapleton and Dave Wetuski. 
(Photo by Liz Weaver)

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