Fort McCoy News Feb. 12, 2016


FORT McCOY GARRISON COMMANDER
PROVIDES UPDATE TO WORKFORCE

Garrison Commander Col. Steven W. Nott gave his annual workforce briefing Jan. 27, focusing on the new five-year strategic business plan, Fort McCoy's successes in the past year, and challenges it will face in the future. (Story, photos.)


OPPORTUNITIES GROWING
FOR INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING

More areas at Fort McCoy will be dedicated to institutional training use by Fort McCoy tenant organizations, such as Regional Training Site-Maintenance or RTS-Medical. (Story, photos.)


NEW EQUIPMENT EXPANDS
COLD-WEATHER TRAINING CAPACITY

The Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security Training Division's effort to build a battalion-sized cold-weather training equipment package nearly has reached initial-operating capability. (Story, photos.)


SELMA MARCHER SHARES STORY
FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY

No matter how often Sheyann Webb-Christburg shares the story of how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. influenced her life, she can never repay the debt she owes him, she told Fort McCoy community members at the post's Jan. 19 observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. (Story, photos.)


426TH RTI HOSTS INAUGURAL COURSE
FOR NEW ARTILLERY MOS

The Wisconsin Army National Guard's 426th Regional Training Institute at Fort McCoy continues to lead the way in the Army's field-artillery community. (Story, photo.)