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Two military policeman from the 534th MP Company prepare to lower the flag during the Retreat Cremony

Private Norman Jack of the 25th Military Police Company uses an M60 machine gun to guard the entrance to the 25th MP Company's Tactical Operations Center during Exercise OPPORTUNE JOURNEY 4-84 at the Pohakuloa Training Area

PVT. 2 Thomas Mayfield, 64th MP Company, Fort Hood, TX, carries a Haitian girl onto a utility landing craft (LCU-1658) that will transport her to the Leeward Point Field airport where she will be flown to the United States.(Exact date unknown)

PFC Blaine, a military police woman from the 555th MP Company, helps to keep a crowd of cheering Haitians from interfering with a weapons seizure operation during Operation Uphold Democracy. Exact Date Shot Unknown

An aerial view of U.S. Army Military Police from the 988th MP Company, 519th MP Brigade, as they fan out with their weapons in front of the Haitian Parliament building on 28 Sep 94. The Parliament is convened to discuss the amnesty issue

U.S. Army military police from the 988th MP Company, 519th MP Brigade allow a woman to pass the barbed tape check point near the Haitian parliament building on 28 Sep 94 during Operation Uphold Democracy. Parliament is convened today to discuss the amnesty issue

SPC William Watts Jr., assigned to the 142nd MP Company leaves the Youngsan Army Garrison youth center after looking into a parking problem outside of the youth center. SPC Watts decided to ask vehicle drivers to move their vehicles before issuing tickets

CPL Park, a KATUSA (Korean Augmentation to U.S. Army) assigned to the 142nd MP Company, fills out a visitors pass before allowing a guest to enter Hannam Village, the military housing complex for Yongsan. U.S. Army Military Police and KATUSA work together at Hannam Village in order to overcome any language problems that may arise

CPL Tonghwon Kim a KATUSA (Korean Augmentation to US Army) assigned to the 142nd MP Company reads over a checklist while traveling the Hannam Village. US Army military police and KATUSA work together to overcome any language problems that may arise

A United States Army soldier walks a trained Military Police (MP) dog during an Albanian and Serbian protest/confrontation near the town of Domorovce, Kosovo. The soldier is a members of the 108th MP Company, 503rd MP Battalion, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. After two Serbian men disappeared, Serbians believed Albanians abducted the men and began to make threats and road obstructions to stop Albanians from traveling safely through town. The Albanians began to form a mob to confront the Serbians until U.S. and Russian KFOR troops made a wall between the opposing sides. Task Force Falcon, Operation Joint Guardian, 14 August 2000

US Army Military Policemen (MPs) assigned to the Arecibo, Puerto Rico, based Army National Guard 755th MP Company, pick up released Kosovar Albanian detainees from the Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo, detention facility to release them back into their respective communities on November 15th, 2000. The 755th MP Company performs Military Law enforcement duties in Task Force Falcon's Area of Responsibility as part of Operation JOINT GUARDIAN, a peacekeeping mission in Kosovo

An Iraqi police officer armed with a 7.62mm AK-47 assault rifle stands guard with US Army (USA) Military Police (MP) from the 411th MP Company during a raid on the home of a Baath Party loyalist, in Tikrit, Iraq, during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

COL. James B. Brown, commander, 18th Military Police Brigade, Mannheim, Germany, congratulates SPC. Jesse Ordunez, MP, 617th MP Company, Richmond, Ky., at an awards ceremony at Camp Liberty, Iraq, June 16, 2005. Ordunez was awarded the Army Commendation Medal with"v"device for his actions in a March, 20, 2005, firefight that resulted in the elimination of more than 30 anti-Iraqi forces.. (U.S. Army photo by SPC. Jeremy D. Crisp)

SGT. Anthony Blair and SGT. Ira Turner from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, interview a local Iraqi Police Cheif for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delevers 9mm ammunation and Spot Lights to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Ira Turner from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, Visits an Iraqi Police station and interviews the Police CHIEF for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delevers 9mm ammunation and Spot Lights to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delevers 9mm ammunation and Spot Lights to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair and SGT. Ira Turner from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delever 9mm ammunation to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair and SGT. Ira Turner from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, interview a local Iraqi Police Cheif for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delevers 9mm ammunation to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Ira Turner from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, Visits an Iraqi Police station and interviews the Police CHIEF for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, patroles the outer walls of an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delevers 9mm ammunation and Spot Lights to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delevers 9mm ammunation to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair and SGT. Ira Turner from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delever 9mm ammunation to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

SGT. Anthony Blair and SGT. Ira Turner from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, delever 9mm ammunation and Spot Lights to an Iraqi Police station during a visit for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

STAFF SGT. Willium Pruitte and SPC. Autumn Carr from the 940th MP Company out of Walton Kentucky, interview a local Iraqi Police Cheif for the purpose of assesing the progress of the Iraqi Police in Dawaniyah on June 21, 2005, Al Dawaniyah, Iraq.(U.S. Army photo by SGT. Arthur Hamilton)(Released)

US Army (USA) Sergeant (SGT) Jeff Tipton, a Military Policeman (MP) with the 1139th MP Company, Moberly, Missouri (MO), directs traffic at a gas station in an area hit hard by Hurricane Katrina

A US Army (USA) Military Policeman (MP) with the 1139th MP Company, Moberly, Missouri (MO), directs traffic in an area hit hard by Hurricane Katrina

US Army (USA) Military Police (MP) from the 164th MP Company, Fort Richardson, Alaska (AK), set up a listening and observation post while on patrol during the Afghan Parliamentary Elections, in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. An M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) is in the background

The 527th MP Company bids farewell to family and friends in a ceremony held at the Miller Hall Fitness Center in Giessen, Germany. The 527th MP Company will return to Iraq for their second deployment to the region. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Greison) (Released)

The U.S. Army 527th MP Company bids farewell to family and friends in a ceremony held at the Miller Hall Fitness Center in Giessen, Germany. The 527th MP Company will return to Iraq for their second deployment to the region. This photo show A Platoon 527th MP Company. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Greison) (Released)