Serving Fort McCoy, Wis., an Army Community of Excellence

McCoy News (updated Nov. 12, 1999)

Training sites improved: Several cantonment areas sites have been improved to better serve soldiers. (Read story.)

TIE McCoy mission expands: The Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) agent at Fort McCoy saw its mission area more than double. (Read story.)

9,300 bluegills transferred to Lake Tomah: Effort helps to re-establish panfish population in neighboring community. (Read story.)

Family Academy to debut: Fort McCoy will host its first Family Academy, featuring Phase I of the Army Family Team Building (AFTB) program, Jan. 22, 2000. (Read story.)

American Indian Heritage Month: Exhibit features Medal of Honor winners, including a Black River Falls, Wis., soldier (Read story.)

DBS-IM has new associate director: Joseph R. Sweeney assumes new role at McCoy. (Read story.)

New nurse supervisor on board: Barb Stafslien is the new nurse supervisor at the OHNO. (Read story.)

Holiday Food, Gift Program under way: Program aims to help those in need. (Read story.)


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Seed Collectors
Sparta Senior High School Students collect seeds from native grasses and forbs at a South Post site at Fort McCoy. The seeds will be used for restoration work, to rehabilitate training areas, and to rehabilitate training areas where herbicides were used to remove exotic plant species.


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