Fort McCoy News March 14, 2014


NEW NCOA BARRACKS OPENS;
DINING FACILITY PLANNED

The Staff Sgt. Todd R. Cornell Noncommissioned Officer Academy staff signed for ownership of a new $11.9 million barracks building Feb. 27. The building completion is a continuation of improvements to the NCOA complex since 2007. (Story, photos.)


FORT MCCOY'S SPECIAL REACTION TEAM READY FOR CRISIS RESPONSE

Fort McCoy's team of specially-trained police officers is ready to respond installation-wide to a hostage-taking or related event at any time. This Special Reaction Team is part of the Fort McCoy Police Department. (Story, photos.)


CATCH, RELEASE TROUT SEASON UNDERWAY THROUGH APRIL 27

People who want to cure their case of spring fishing fever can do so now during Wisconsin's early catch-and-release trout season, which opened March 1 and continues through April 27. (Story, photo.)


MCCOY POLICE BEGIN COMMUNITY OUTREACH EFFORT FOR CHILD ID

The Fort McCoy Police Department is expanding its child identification program as part of its Operation Family Safe. (Story, photo.)