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    Fort McCoy 2022 Year in Review: Second half of year brought new garrison commander, increased training, troop projects, more construction [Image 13 of 80]

    Fort McCoy 2022 Year in Review: Second half of year brought new garrison commander, increased training, troop projects, more construction

    FORT MCCOY, WI, UNITED STATES

    10.19.2022

    Courtesy Photo

    Fort McCoy Public Affairs Office           

    U.S. Department of Agriculture-Wildlife Services staff Dewayne Snobl, Phil Peterson, and Wyatt Puent, and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Biologist Paul Napierala monitor vital signs and collect biological data Oct. 19, 2022, during while collaring a male wolf at Fort McCoy, Wis., after the wolf was safely released from a trap. The wolf was accidently caught in the trap and sustained no injuries. It was collared for tracking and research purposes. (Photo by Kevin Luepke/Fort McCoy Department of Public Works Environmental Division Natural Resources Branch)

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    Date Taken: 10.19.2022
    Date Posted: 01.23.2023 15:55
    Photo ID: 7598259
    VIRIN: 221019-A-A4608-8528
    Resolution: 3698x2080
    Size: 2.61 MB
    Location: FORT MCCOY, WI, US

    Web Views: 6
    Downloads: 3

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