Fort McCoy News April 26, 2013


ECS-67 READIES EQUIPMENT FOR TRAINING EXERCISES

U.S. Army Reserve units participating in 2013 exercises at Fort McCoy beginning later this month will depend on the Equipment Training Site (ECS)-67 to provide much of the equipment used to support the training.
(Story, photo.)


PAVING, WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT PROJECTS UNDER WAY

Paving and water main replacement work is under way at Fort McCoy. The work to upgrade the cantonment area infrastructure is expected to continue through November. All paving and water main projects are being funded with Sustainment Restoration Modernization funding. (Story, photo.)

PHOTO for road construction


INLAND FISHING SEASON TO BEGIN MAY 4 AT FORT McCOY

The 2013 Fort McCoy inland fishing season begins at 5 a.m. Saturday, May 4. Fort McCoy will follow the same dates and times as the state stream trout fishing season, which runs from May 4 through Monday, Sept. 30. The lakes are open for game fish harvest from May 4 until March 2, 2014. (Story, photo.)

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SPEAKER ADDRESSES HOLOCAUST EVENTS, REMEMBRANCE

Holocaust Remembrance Day is a day that has been set aside to remind Americans what can happen to civilized people when bigotry, hatred and indifference reign, said Darryle Clott.
Clott, who teaches the History of the Holocaust course at Viterbo University, spoke at Fort McCoy. (Story, photo.)


FREE MOTORCYCLE TRAINING AVAILABLE FOR SOLDIERS

Soldiers who wish to ride motorcycles at Fort McCoy can sign up for safety classes to meet Army requirements. The classes are being offered at Fort McCoy from April through August and are free to military personnel. (Story, photo.)

PHOTO for motocycle training