Fort McCoy News September 26, 2014


NMCB-25 RELOCATION TO CALIFORNIA ENDS 18 YEARS AT FORT MCCOY

The mission for the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion-25 at Fort McCoy is coming to an end. The organization has received orders to relocate to Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, Calif. (Story, photos.)

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TROOPS VALUE FORT MCCOY TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Tens of thousands of service members from across the U.S. having trained at Fort McCoy in 2014. The Fort McCoy complex is situated on 60,000 acres, 46,000 of which are available for maneuver and training. (Story, photos.)

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GARRISON STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE RECEIVES DIVERSITY AWARD

Garrison Staff Judge Advocate Col. Audrey Lewis was selected as the 2014 Excellence in Diversity Award winner at Fort McCoy during the recent Women's Equality Day observance.
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ARCHAEOLOGISTS DIG UP MCCOY'S ANCIENT PAST, PRESERVE HISTORY

Thousands of years ago, Native Americans used the very same lands service members use today for training at Fort McCoy. And, with nearly 60,000 acres of Fort McCoy to explore, it's no wonder that archaeologists who visit the post every year always discover something new about the installation's past.
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FORT MCCOY TOUR PROGRAM TAILORS ACTIVITIES TO MEET VISITOR NEEDS

Fort McCoy's tour program is part of the installation's Community Relations and Community Outreach efforts. Fort McCoy's Public Affairs Office manages the tour program, which is designed to educate and increase public awareness of Fort McCoy's mission and programs. (Story, photos.)

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