The following members of the Military Police Corps THIS ARTICLE IS A STUB! PLEASE HELP BY ADDING MUCH MORE INFORMATION!
The Military Police Corps is the uniformed law enforcement branch of the United States Army. Regiment regiment
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tr.v. ded·i·cat·ed, ded·i·cat·ing, ded·i·cates
1. To set apart for a deity or for religious purposes; consecrate.
2. this issue to them.
Dedication Sergeant Andres J. Contreras 519th Military Police Battalion Fort Polk, Louisiana Specialist Joseph A. Graves 720th Military Police Battalion Fort Hood, Texas First Lieutenant Ashley L. 549th Military Police Company (Henderson) Huff Fort Stewart, Georgia Specialist Robert T. Johnson 805th Military Police Company U.S. Army Reserves Sergeant First Class Isaac 49th Military Police Brigade S. Lawson California Army National Guard Specialist Curtis R. Mehrer 188th Air Defense Artillery Regiment North Dakota Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Paul S. Pabla 139th Field Artillery Regiment Indiana Army National Guard Private First Class Anthony 503d Military Police Battalion P. Seig Fort Bragg, North Carolina Sergeant Travis A. Van Zoest 188th Air Defense Artillery Regiment North Dakota Army National Guard Military Working Dog Dak 148th Military Police Detachment Fort Carson, Colorado (Editor's Note: On the dedication page in the April 2006 issue of Military Police, Sergeant First Class Daniel Lightner, 28th Military Police Company, Pennsylvania Army National Guard, was incorrectly listed as a staff sergeant. He was promoted posthumously on 27 October 2005.)