Fort McCoy News June 12, 2015


GUARDIAN JUSTICE MP EXERCISE
UNDERWAY AT FORT McCOY

More than 1,400 Army Reserve military police are participating in the Guardian Justice exercise at Fort McCoy in June and July. "This is one of the biggest 200th Military Police Command internal exercises," said Capt. Joshua Frye, operations officer for the exercise. (Story, photo.)


MILITARY POLICE BUILD SKILLS
WITH FORT McCOY DEPARTMENT

Soldiers from the 307th Military Police Company conducted two weeks of annual training with the Fort McCoy Police Department to augment their installation law-enforcement and security skills. (Story, photos.)


AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEERS
PREPARE SITE FOR CSTX

Nearly 20 Air Force civil-engineering Airmen prepared a Combat Support Training Exercise (CSTX) tent city site and completed the first of several troop projects. (Story, photo.)


JOINT EFFORT IMPROVES
OFF-POST BUTTERFLY HABITAT

Since 1990, Fort McCoy has worked continuously to improve the habitat for the Karner blue butterfly, which is on the federal Endangered Species List. That effort also has extended to habitat improvement off of the installation for the past three years.
(Story, photos.)


RESPECT AT CENTER
OF 'MAY I KISS YOU?' PROGRAM

The "May I Kiss You?" training event at Fort McCoy May 21 involved the audience in a close, interactive discussion. Presenter Michael Domitrz of Milwaukee is a nationally known speaker on sexual-assault prevention and the founder of The Date Safe Project and the "May I Kiss You?" program. (Story, photo.)