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McCoy News (Oct. 11, 2002)                      Army News                               DoD News    

Army Reserve Transformation: Helmly hosts Senior Leader Team Building Seminar at McCoy. (See story, photo.)

Army Career Assistance Program: McCoy employees first Army personnel to attend Transition Course for DA civilians. (See story, photo)

Unit activation: 3rd Battalion, 340th Regiment activated at McCoy Oct. 4. (See story, photo.)

New Main Gate: Construction of the new main gate area project under way. (See story.)

Training: Students gain  light-wheeled vehicle maintenance MOS at RTS-Maintenance. (See story, photo.)

History: Seabee name, insignia trace roots to World War II. (See story, photo.)

People: Wisconsin Military Academy soldier collects special action figures. (See story, photo.)

Physical fitness: Getting in shape benefits everybody. (See story.)

Photo of wood-grinding equipment from Resource Recovery Systems, Inc., being put to work in Fort McCoy's 1000 block.

Recycling green waste

Fort McCoy is recycling green waste, such as tree stumps and branches into wood chips, a valuable, environmentally friendly commodity to support training. Above, wood-grinding equipment from Resource Recovery Systems, Inc., is put to work in Fort McCoy's 1000 block. (See story, photo.)

eCybermission: Army launches a new education initiative for middle school students. (See story, photo and sidebar.)

Medical benefits: Reservists and Guardsmen returning home need to know their options in case of deployment-related illness or injury. (See story.)

Long-term care: Open season on long-term care insurance runs through Dec. 31. (See story.)

Autumn treats: Celebrate the autumn season with a variety of sweet treats. (See story.)

About Post: Photos of patrons at the fitness center, Bldg. 905 construction, repainting a ceremonial cannon and the AFAP conference. (See photos.)

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