Fort McCoy News Nov. 27, 2015


BATTALION REACTIVATES AT McCOY
AS PART OF 'BOLD SHIFT'

The 1st Battalion, 351st Brigade Support Battalion stood up operations at Fort McCoy Nov. 12 with Lt. Col. Scott Victor taking the reigns as unit commander during an assumption-of-command-and-responsibility ceremony in building 905. (Story, photo.)


RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY HELD
FOR NEW CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY

The Logistics Readiness Center at Fort McCoy recognized the completion of the new 62,548-square-foot Central Issue Facility with a Nov. 5 ribbon-cutting ceremony. (Story, photo.)


NEW $5.9 MILLION FACILITY
SUPPORTS NCO ACADEMY

A new $5.9 million dining facility opened Nov. 17 at Fort McCoy. The Staff Sgt. Todd R. Cornell Noncommissioned Officer Academy (NCOA) held an official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the facility, which is part of the NCOA training campus. (Story, photos.)


NEW SIDEWALKS IMPROVE
ACCESS, SAFETY ON POST

Contractors replaced several miles of sidewalk on Fort McCoy's cantonment area, improving safety and access to facilities, said Operations and Maintenance Division Chief Nate Sobojinski with the Directorate of Public Works. (Story, photos.)


McCOY'S FACILITY, NAME
UNDERGO RENOVATIONS

McCoy's is getting a new look — one piece at a time — and a new name. (Story, photos.)