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Paratroopers from the 16th Military Police Brigade

Paratroopers from the 16th Military Police Brigade

Paratroopers from the 16th Military Police Brigade and 503rd Military Police Battalion (Airborne), descend upon Sicily Drop Zone on Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Wolflake, Indiana Native Retires After 25 Years of Military Service

Wolflake, Indiana Native Retires After 25 Years of Military Service

1st Sgt. James W. Brooks, of Headquarters, Headquarters Company 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), is awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for more than 20 years of service in the United States Army at h... More

A military policeman of the 65th Military Police Company

A military policeman of the 65th Military Police Company

A military policeman of the 65th Military Police Company (Airborne), 503rd Military Police Brigade (Airborne), 16th Military Police Brigade, conducts security outside a mock village on Fort Bragg.

Iwo, a patrol explosive detection dog with 550th Military

Iwo, a patrol explosive detection dog with 550th Military

Iwo, a patrol explosive detection dog with 550th Military Working Dog Detachment, 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), ducks into an obstacle during obedience training Apr. 12, 2017 on Fort Bragg, N.C. Iwo ... More

Pvt Velasquez (Left) and Pvt. Surita (Right) hold Pvt.

Pvt Velasquez (Left) and Pvt. Surita (Right) hold Pvt.

Pvt Velasquez (Left) and Pvt. Surita (Right) hold Pvt. Bruce while he gets shocked with a taser during training on 22 February, 2019. The training was part of the Law Enforcement Training Seminar (LETS) which c... More

Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, center, a native of Mayodan,

Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, center, a native of Mayodan,

Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, center, a native of Mayodan, N.C., explains the features of a Garrison Patrol Vehicle to Ryan Beaulieu, a child with the Make a Wish Foundation while his mother looks on. Moore, a Mil... More

Left: Pvt. Issac Ceron, 21st MP Company (Airbone) ,

Left: Pvt. Issac Ceron, 21st MP Company (Airbone) ,

Left: Pvt. Issac Ceron, 21st MP Company (Airbone) , aims a taser at a subject after being sprayed in the eyes with pepper spray on 22 February, 2019. Right; Sgt. Danielle Fuentes, 118th MP Company (Airborne), ... More

Bingo, a patrol explosive detection dog with the 550th

Bingo, a patrol explosive detection dog with the 550th

Bingo, a patrol explosive detection dog with the 550th Military Working Dog Detachment, 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), leaps over an obstacle during obedience training Apr. 12, 2017 on Fort Bragg, N.... More

Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, a native of Mayodan, N.C.,

Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, a native of Mayodan, N.C.,

Staff Sgt. Franklin Moore, a native of Mayodan, N.C., shows Ryan Beaulieu, a child with the Make a Wish Foundation, the 16th Military Police Brigade memorial. Moore described to Beaulieu the bravery and valor m... More

Soldiers from the 503rd Military Police Battalion,

Soldiers from the 503rd Military Police Battalion,

Soldiers from the 503rd Military Police Battalion, 16th Military Police Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC., pack equipment and vehicles in preparation to deploy to the Southwest border region of the United States in supp... More

Maj. Jeffrey Searl, left, the executive officer of

Maj. Jeffrey Searl, left, the executive officer of

Maj. Jeffrey Searl, left, the executive officer of the 503rd Military Police Battalion (Airborne), 16th Military Police Brigade and a native of Mukwonago, Wis., bestows honorary membership of the battalion upon... More

Lt. Gen. Frank Helmick, left, commander of the XVIII

Lt. Gen. Frank Helmick, left, commander of the XVIII

Lt. Gen. Frank Helmick, left, commander of the XVIII Airborne Corps, shakes hands with retired Command Sgt. Maj. Brian K. Lambert, and presents him with a United States flag during his retirement ceremony.

A military policeman from the 16th Military Police

A military policeman from the 16th Military Police

A military policeman from the 16th Military Police Brigade issues a ticket to a motorist who was traveling at an unsafe speed on Fort Bragg.

Spc. Taylor Harmond, a military working dog handler

Spc. Taylor Harmond, a military working dog handler

Spc. Taylor Harmond, a military working dog handler with 550th Military Working Dog Detachment, 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), leads Daicy, a patrol explosive detection dog, through a building in sear... More

U.S. Army Capt. Kyle Thomason, right, a training officer

U.S. Army Capt. Kyle Thomason, right, a training officer

U.S. Army Capt. Kyle Thomason, right, a training officer with the Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 503rd Military Police (MP) Battalion, aims an inert chemical agent commonly known as pepper spray at S... More

Military policemen from the 16th Military Police Brigade

Military policemen from the 16th Military Police Brigade

Military policemen from the 16th Military Police Brigade speak to a motorist who was traveling at an unsafe speed on Normandy Drive on Fort Bragg, N.C.

A military policeman from the 16th Military Police

A military policeman from the 16th Military Police

A military policeman from the 16th Military Police Brigade conducts a traffic control point on Fort Bragg’s Butner Road.

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