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Garrison Commander Col. Michael D. Poss presents the


Garrison Commander Col. Michael D. Poss presents the



Garrison Commander Col. Michael D. Poss presents the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (MOVSM) to Maj. Eddie Woody, commander of U.S. Army Garrison-Fort McCoy’s Headquarters and Headquarters Company, on Jan. 22, 2021, in building 100 at Fort McCoy, Wis. Woody was one of four Soldiers who received the medal for outstanding volunteer service on the installation and in local communities. According to the medal's eligibility requirements, the MOVSM recognizes those members of the military (active duty, Reserve and National Guard) who perform substantial volunteer service to the local community above and beyond the duties required as a member of the United States armed forces. Such volunteer service must be made in a sustained and direct nature towards the civilian community, must be significant in nature to produce tangible results, and must reflect favorably on the military service and the Department of Defense. (U.S. Army Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, Public Affairs Office, Fort McCoy, Wis.)





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