In mid March the Adjutant General of the Wisconsin National Guard updated the policy that previosuly banned Wisconsin uniformed soldiers from carrying personally owned weapons on state owned facilities. That policy was in place since 2011 and before WI passed CCW.
The policy (TAG Memo 30) authorizes Company Commanders to approve valid CCW holders that are in good standing with the military to carry a concealed personal weapon. Following the TAG memo the Deputy Adjutant General for Army published WIARNG Memo 130 which further clarifies the requirements and procedures that the Army National Guard will have to follow.
As with many things in the Army there will be paperwork, training and documention required - but it is a step in the right direction.
If you are in the Guard and would like a copy of the memos, reach out to me and I will forward.
If you are not in the Guard and are looking for more information you will need to seek out the WI Dept of Military Affairs Public Affairs Officer.