Fort McCoy News November 08, 2013


INFANTRY UNIT CONDUCTS WEAPONS TRAINING AT FORT MCCOY

An infantry unit from River Falls, Wis., spent a busy weekend at Fort McCoy training and qualifying with weapons. (Story, photo.)

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ANTI-ARMOR, ANTI-TANK RANGE
UPGRADED TO MEET STANDARDS

Range Maintenance personnel are at work to bring Range 12, an anti-armor, anti-tank range, up to doctrinal standards defined in Training Circular 25-8. (Story, photo.)

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NCOs PARTICIPATE IN JUNIOR LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CLASS

Twelve Army Reserve noncommissioned officers assigned to the 646th Regional Support Group, 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), graduated from the Junior Leadership Development program at Fort McCoy in October. (Story, photos.)

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FIRE DEPARTMENT TRAINS WITH NEIGHBORING COMMUNITIES

Emergency and fire department personnel from Fort McCoy and two neighboring communities trained together Oct. 26 to help develop their mutual assistance plans. (Story, photo.)

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181ST'S HARRIS HONORED FOR
EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Sgt. 1st Class Rodney Harris, an observer controller/trainer with the 181st Infantry Brigade's 1st, 310th Infantry Regiment, surpassed an elite group of his peers, senior noncommissioned officers, by being awarded the Strickland Educational Leadership Award.
(Story, photo, related story.)