Service members build an improvised shelter during winter training at Fort McCoy in 1989. Fort McCoy has been a destination for winter training dating back to 1943. Winter training returned to Fort McCoy in 2017 with the start of the Cold-Weather Operations Course taught by the installation’s Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security. (U.S. Army Photo by the Fort McCoy Public Affairs Office.)
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