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McCoy News (July 13, 2001)                      Army News                               DoD News    

Vehicle registration program under way at McCoy: Purpose is to enhance security for all who live and work at the installation. (See story, photo.)

New commander at 2/85th (TS):  Col. Michael L. Parker takes over from Col. Richard P. Fink. (See story, photo.)

Environment: Partnership with Monroe County seeks to  defeat invasive plant species. (See story, photo.)

Distributive Learning: Videoteletraining Instructor Training Course certified at Wisconsin Military Academy. (See story, photo.)

Safety: Installation Command Sergeant Major stresses importance of safety. (See story.)

Army Concert Tour: July 27 event at McCoy to feature 38 Special, Molly Hatchet, Survivor, and Night Ranger. (See story, photo.)

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About 800 engineer soldiers were at Fort McCoy June 16 to 23 to accomplish Installation Related Construction (IRC) troop projects. Members of the 863rd Engineer Battalion work on the East Maneuver Road, which will provide a second north-south crossing on the installation.

Installation Related Construction

About 800 engineer soldiers were at Fort McCoy June 16 to 23 to accomplish Installation Related Construction (IRC) troop projects. Above, members of the 863rd Engineer Battalion work on the East Maneuver Road, which will provide a second north-south crossing on the installation.  Other projects included doing building renovations and constructing training aids. (See story, photos.)

People: Cooking is a family effort for 3 Illinois reservists (See story, photo.)

Field Olympics : 1-14th Field Artillery compete in against themselves in Olympic-style competition at Fort McCoy. (See  photos.)

Army Family Action Plan: McCoy conference set for Sept. 19 at McCoy's; delegates wanted. (See story.)

SETS agreement: Army-sponsored study of mobile Army teens leads to development of agreement (See story.)

U.S. Army forms now available on Web: Click of computer mouse yields more than 2000 forms. (See story.)

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