(2/11/12-Tony Hart) The Guard Resilience University operated by the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 426th Regional Training Institute at Fort McCoy will celebrate its 1-thousandth master trainer graduate Monday.
According to the press release, resilience training is an effort to teach soldiers how to cope with significant issues. The school opened this last June. Classes are currently open to National Guard members only, but may become available to Army Reserve, active Army and military civilians if certain goals are achieved. Brig. Gen. Mark Anderson, commander of the Wisconsin Army National Guard, and Col. Kenneth Koon, Wisconsin Army National Guard chief of staff, will be on hand for Monday’s ceremony.