Soldiers at Fort McCoy for training in the Exportable Combat Training Capability exercise fly Blackhawk helicopters over an area near Sparta Pond during exercise operations on North Post at Fort McCoy. Exportable Combat Training Capability is the Army National Guard’s program to provide participants with an experience similar to an Army combat training center at home station or a regional training center, such as Fort McCoy. (Photo by Scott T. Sturkol, June 2017)
The Fort McCoy Housing Office is available to assist all active-duty soldiers and family members assigned to Fort McCoy. Services include family housing provided in single-family government quarters, single soldier housing and housing referral services for local community living. All active-duty and Active Guard Reserve soldiers assigned or attached to Fort McCoy or within a one hour commute must report to the office within 30 days of reporting to Fort McCoy. Visit https://www.housing.army.mil/Default.aspx#!pg=post&sp=welcome for more information.
Military Family Housing
Family housing at Fort McCoy consists of three- and four-bedroom homes located approximately 10 minutes from the cantonment area. Visit https://www.housing.army.mil/Default.aspx#!pg=post&sp=welcome to view photos and floor plans of housing at Fort McCoy.
Unaccompanied personnel housing is available for bona fide bachelors assigned to Fort McCoy. Single soldiers at the rank of sergeant and below are required to live in UPH on post. Geographical bachelors can contact the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation for information about available apartments at www.mccoy.armymwr.com. For more information, call 608-388-3704/3906 or visit https://www.housing.army.mil/Default.aspx#!pg=post&sp=welcome.