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McCoy News (May 12, 2000)                             Army News                        DoD News  

McCoy team wins DoD award: Post's Biological and Cultural Resources team awarded top honors at a Pentagon ceremony. (See story.)

Piacentini selected as new Installation CSM: Report date set for on or about June 1. (See story.)

Post gears up for Armed Forces Day: May 20 open house event offers something for folks of all ages. (See highlights.)

Army reservists get M914A4 Glider Kits: First Reserve unit takes delivery of trucks rebuilt at Fort McCoy. (See story, photo.)

Video tele-training: Army Reserve Readiness Training Center offers first Pre-Command Course using new technology. (See story, photo.)

2nd/85th participates in disaster coordination exercise: Unit members participate in three-day flood exercise. (See story.)

People: 788th Ordnance Company's Spc. Jeffery Uhlir earns honors as First Army Soldier of Year. (See story, photo.)

Volunteer Recognition: Event honors those who help make post's programs successful (See story, photos.)

Earth Day event attracts 100s of guests: Day's activities included displays, exhibits, volksmarches and bike tours. (See story, photos.)

Seabees from NMCB-25 excavate a site near the Engine House for water and sewer mains.

Troop projects
Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Twenty-Five were busy at Fort McCoy April 27-30 doing projects to improve the Regional Training Site-Maintenance facility and help complete the Engine house for the installation locomotive.  Members of the unit pictured above excavate a site near the Engine House for water and sewer mains. 
(See story.)

Commentary: Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen expresses pride, thanks for country's armed forces. (See story.)

Army Birthday, Flag Day: Fort McCoy to celebrate with ceremony at 11:30 a.m. June 14. (See story.)

Tourism conference: Tour operators from 10 states converged at Fort McCoy to learn about the sights and events Monroe County and Fort McCoy can offer to tour groups . (See story, photo.)

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