Story by Theresa R Fitzgerald on 09/14/2018
Written and directed by Maj. Jack Harris, executive officer of the radio branch of the War Department Public Relations Division, the Camp McCoy portion of the Army Hour came between the pickups from Fort Benning, Ga., and North Africa.
Story by Catherine Carroll on 07/25/2018
The MR2, a revamped approach to the Command Readiness Reviews of past years, was designed as an opportunity for staff collaboration on advancement and improvement and it measures multiple aspects of readiness including training, personnel strength, logistics and medical readiness.
Story by Zachary Mott on 11/18/2017
"We remember what an extraordinary man President Garfield was and his service to education, the military and our country, all of which are showcased in this memorial," said Mark Druckenbrod, the president of the Lake View Cemetery Foundation, the cemetery where Garfield's all public-funded memorial sits.
Story by Catherine Lowrey on 11/08/2017
As a Total Force Training Center, Fort McCoy's primary responsibility is to support the training and readiness of military personnel and units of all branches and components of America's armed forces. With 60,000 acres of training areas, live-fire ranges and maneuver areas, Fort McCoy provided a perfect environment to test the competitors.
FORT MCCOY, Wisc. 88th Regional Support Command, a U.S. Army Reserve unit that traces its lineage to the 88th Infantry Division, celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding on August 19, 2017. The unit stood up 100 years ago at Camp Dodge, Iowa, and saw action in World War I in the Alsace and Meuse-Argonne Campaigns.