Aug. 9, 2019
The Real McCoy
Paralegal Soldiers train in course at Fort McCoy
As the words “fall out!” cut across the thick, humid Wisconsin air at Fort McCoy, Soldiers from across the Army filed out of morning formation and into a classroom to continue the 2019 Paralegal Warrior Training Course (PWTC). (Link)
Combat Lifesaver Course brings new challenges for Soldiers
With uniforms stripped of name tapes, ranks, and unit patches, Army Reserve Soldiers with the 13th Psychological Operations Battalion of Arden Hills, Minn., tested their combat medical skills July 18 at Fort McCoy. (Link)
426th RTI trains section chiefs alongside cannoneers at McCoy
Students attending the 1st Battalion, 426th Regiment (Field Artillery) Regional Training Institute (RTI), the Wisconsin National Guard’s educational institution, completed their culminating live fire exercise (LFX) July 27 at Fort McCoy. (Link)
Soldiers dig deep for wheeled vehicle recovery training at Fort McCoy
A seven-minute drive from the Regional Training Site (RTS)-Maintenance facilities and there it was — a training site with water pits, steep hills, and lots of mud. (Link)
86th Training Division Safety Team ensures compliance, welfare during CSTX 86-19-03
Hundreds of Army Reserve Soldiers from units around the country came to Fort McCoy to participate in Combat Support Training Exercise (CSTX) 86-19-03, which took place from July 13 to Aug. 2. (Link)
Employees can help shape post’s future by completing organizational climate survey (Link)
OPSEC training stressed during Antiterrorism Awareness Month (Link)
Public affairs Soldiers prepare for future with Task Force 46S training at Fort McCoy (Link)
Fort McCoy TASC offers training support with a smile (Link)
VIDEO: Sling-load training (Link)
This month in Fort McCoy history (Link)
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