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McCoy News (March 10, 2000)                             Army News                        DoD News  

Equal Employment Opportunity services to be centralized at McCoy:  All EEO services for the U.S. Army Reserve in the continental United States are scheduled to be centralized here by year's end. (See story.)

ECS-67 gets Weapons Parts Cleaner system: New system quicker, more environmentally friendly for workers. (See story, photo.)

Public Affairs staff wins USARC Keith L. Ware awards: Newspaper and "90 Years of Service" issue take first-place awards.  (See story.)

McCoy military to participate in U.S. Census: Military personnel will fill out questionnaires for the 2000 U.S. Census April 3. (See story.)

2/8th (TS) assists Civil Support Team: Personnel help train Weapons of Mass Destruction CST. (See story.)

Reservists can get commissary cards: The time is here to get new Commissary Privilege Cards. (See story, photo.)

Army expands housing rate protection (See story.)

May 1 new date for mandatory use of government travel credit card (See story.)

Employees from Fowler and Hammer Inc., of La Crosse, Wis., work on the Phase II Dormitory project at the Army Reserve Readiness Training Center (ARRTC).

Dormitory project on schedule

Employees from Fowler and Hammer Inc., of La Crosse, Wis., work on the Phase II Dormitory project at the Army Reserve Readiness Training Center (ARRTC). The 107,500 square foot building will be connected to the main ARRTC building by a walkway. The project is well on its way toward completion, according to the Fort McCoy Army Corps of Engineers Resident Office. The project is scheduled to be completed in September.

Grant helps fund turkey habitat improvement projects: McCoy partners with local chapter of National Wild Turkey Federation for project. (See story, photo.)

DoD police officers learn about game warden duties: Game Conservation Inservice presents ins and outs of enforcing fishing, hunting regs. (See story, photos.)

New policy sets 179-day limit for units supporting OOTW, SSC: The Army announced a new policy that will limit the time units may be employed in support of Operations Other Than War  or Small Scale Contingencies. (See story.)

Commentary: Guard, Reserve integral part of Army game plan. (See story.)

Army encourages soldiers to fulfill civic duty: A list of "dos" and "don'ts" for political activities by soldiers. (See story.)

Income tax resources: Help is available (See story.)

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