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McCoy News (March 22, 2002)                      Army News                               DoD News    

Training: FY 2002 totals expected to top  100,000 personnel. (See story, photo and sidebar.)

Reserve-component pay system: Reserve- component personnel receive hands-on training on finance system. (See story, photo.)

McCoy's drinking water: Efforts to reduce copper, lead levels succeeding. (See story, photo.)

Olympic support: 788th soldiers support 2002 Winter Olympic Games. (See story, photo.)

Housing manager recognized: Clair Murray recognized as the Housing Manager of the Year. (See story, photo.)

Civilian Service Award: Former ECS-67 employee Jeff Clark posthumously awarded for superior civilian service. (See story, photo.)

Workplace Violence: Recognizing indicators and risk factors for workplace violence. (See story.)

About Post: Photos from around Fort McCoy (See photos.)

Army Installation Management: Transformation Installation Management in final stages. (See story.)

Transformation: Aviation and logistics challenges ahead as Transformation under way. (See story.)

Photo of Marines inspecting the exhaust system of a new vehicle at the RTS-Maintenance facility.

Marines training on new equipment at RTS-Maintenance at Fort McCoy

Marines from Okinawa and Hawaii came to Regional Training Site-Maintenance at Fort McCoy to train on a new cargo vehicle being fielded to the U.S. Marine Corps. U.S. Above, Marines inspect the exhaust system of a new vehicle at the RTS-Maintenance facility. The vehicle is being fielded to the Marine Corps.  (See story, photo.)

Army Reserve chief: Helmly nominated to succeed Plewes as chief, Army Reserve. (See story, sidebar.)

Long-term care insurance: Insurance now available through the Office of Personnel Management. (See story.)

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