Erica Miller, a registered nurse with the Fort McCoy Health Clinic, prepares a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
1 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Erica Miller, a registered nurse with the Fort McCoy Health Clinic, prepares a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
Erica Miller, a registered nurse with the Fort McCoy Health Clinic, prepares a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
2 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Erica Miller, a registered nurse with the Fort McCoy Health Clinic, prepares a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
A post medical person receives a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, at the Fort McCoy Health Clinic during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
3 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A post medical person receives a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, at the Fort McCoy Health Clinic during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
A post medical person receives a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, at the Fort McCoy Health Clinic during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
4 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A post medical person receives a COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, at the Fort McCoy Health Clinic during the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
5 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
6 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
7 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
8 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL
Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)
9 / 9 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Members of the Fort McCoy Garrison command team are shown with staff members of the Fort McCoy Health Clinic on Jan. 26, 2021, to present the clinic staff with a certificate of appreciation to thank them for preparing the installation for the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis. Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26. The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.) (Photo Credit: Scott Sturkol) VIEW ORIGINAL

Post personnel are shown receiving the COVID-19 vaccination Jan. 26, 2021, at the Fort McCoy Health Clinic during the first round of vaccinations at Fort McCoy, Wis.

Several people received the vaccine at the post Jan. 26.

The effort was the beginning of many rounds of vaccinations at the installation.

The COVID-19 vaccine is now available due in large part to the Department of Defense effort for Operation Warp Speed to get vaccines to the American people.

Fort McCoy’s motto is to be the “Total Force Training Center.” Located in the heart of the upper Midwest, Fort McCoy is the only U.S. Army installation in Wisconsin.

The installation has provided support and facilities for the field and classroom training of more than 100,000 military personnel from all services nearly every year since 1984.