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McCoy News (July 27, 2001)                      Army News                               DoD News    

Modified Controlled Humidity Preservation Warehouse: Facility at McCoy's ECS will extend equipment life. (See story, photos.)

Weapons of Mass Destruction: 330th Medical Brigade teaches course for Army and civilian medical personnel. (See story, photo.)

Chemical decon: Illinois  Army Guard unit practices techniques at Fort McCoy. (See story, photo.)

Task Force Nationwide 2001: 345th MPAD records training at McCoy as part of Army Reserve effort. (See story, sidebar, and photo.)

German army reserve visitors: Medical personnel observe training at McCoy's RTS-Medical. (See story, photo.)

Soldier Show: Cast and crew dazzle McCoy audience. (See story, photos)

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An aerial view of the Deployable Medical Systems set up at the Multi-Purpose Field Training Site on Fort McCoy's South Post. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Ron Mizak)

Golden Medic 2001
More than 4,000 soldiers, airmen and civilians from across the country participated in a major medical exercise on three different installations, including Fort McCoy, from July 13-27. Above, an aerial view of the Deployable Medical Systems set up at the Multi-Purpose Field Training Site on Fort McCoy's South Post. (See story, photos.)

Outdoors: People with disabilities can apply to participate in special deer hunt Oct. 6-7. (See story.)

Wisconsin Conservation Corps : State-funded program renewed for second year at McCoy. (See story, photos.)

Quadrennial Defense Review: SecDef Rumsfeld says blue print for military transformation is on track. (See story.)

Transformation: Army issues two new field manuals that provide a glimpse of how it will operate while undergoing transformation. (See story.)

Follow-on brigades: Army announces units that will transition to Interim Brigade Combat Teams. (See story.)

FORSCOM : Lt. Gen. Larry R. Ellis nominated for promotion, assignment as FORSCOM commander. (See story.)

32nd Brigade to move to Camp Williams: Wisconsin Guard unit to transform to light infantry; headquarters to leave Madison, Wis. (See story.)

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