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FORT MCCOY Spc. Taylor Mitchell (left), Pfc. Marcus Bird, Spc. Cody Wrensch and Staff Sgt. Frankie Tedtaotao, all with the 432nd Civil Affairs Battalion Headquarter

History

Soldiers at the installation for training tour areas at the historic Commemorative Area at Fort McCoy. The Commemorative Area consists of five World War II-era

Arrival

CHECKING IN Staff Sgt. Dean Telecsan with the 142nd Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight of the Oregon Air National Guard at Portland examine

Life on Post

HOUSING Soldiers at Fort McCoy for training in the Exportable Combat Training Capability exercise fly Blackhawk helicopters over an area near Sparta Pond during exercise

Exploring the Local Area

MONROE COUNTY, WISCONSIN Students with Coulee Christian School of West Salem, Wisconsin, and Royall Middle School of Elroy participate in snow tubing at Whitetail Ridge

News

396th CSH closes the loop on poor team communication

Story by CPT Sarah Knowlton on 05/14/2018 ROCHESTER, Minn. We all practice our Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). We all have skills, but we need to

Best Warriors know what it takes to be always ready, always there'

Story by SPC Alice Ripberger on 05/12/2018 FORT MCCOY, Wis. The Wisconsin Army National Guard's State Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wis., April 5-8,

Grueling competition ends with new Best Warriors

Story by SGT Kati Stacy on 05/12/2018 FORT MCCOY, Wis. Two Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers emerged as the state's Soldier of the Year and

Wisconsin and Illinois bring home Region IV Best Warrior titles

Story by SGT Kati Stacy on 05/12/2018 by Sgt. Kati Stacy FORT McCOY, Wis. Twelve Army National Guardsmen competed in the 2018 Region IV Best

NCO Academy students complete field training at Fort McCoy

Story by Scott Sturkol on 05/11/2018 Students with Basic Leader Course Class 18-05 from Staff Sgt. Todd R. Cornell Noncommissioned Officer Academy participate in a

Fort McCoy Holocaust Remembrance Day: Sharing stories key to learning from past

Story by Aimee Malone on 05/10/2018 Sharing stories is the key to learning from the past and preventing repeat offenses, said Holocaust Remembrance Day speaker
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