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Staff Sgt. Evan Pronzati of Danville, N.H., assigned

Staff Sgt. Evan Pronzati of Danville, N.H., assigned

Staff Sgt. Evan Pronzati of Danville, N.H., assigned to 293rd Military Police Company, 385th MP Battalion, Fort Stewart, Ga., won the NCO of the quarter board for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2013, Sept. 27.

Fayetteville, N.C., Police Chief Harold Medlock shares

Fayetteville, N.C., Police Chief Harold Medlock shares

Fayetteville, N.C., Police Chief Harold Medlock shares insight on techniques for policing the Fort Bragg communities in cooperation with city and county agencies.

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

Tailgating and a flag football tournament bring military

Tailgating and a flag football tournament bring military

Tailgating and a flag football tournament bring military police soldiers and families together for camaraderie.

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

Doc, a retired military working dog, is the face of

Doc, a retired military working dog, is the face of

Doc, a retired military working dog, is the face of canine post traumatic stress disorder for fundraising and awareness. Doc was injured in Afghanistan while deployed as a MWD, and refused to work following the... More

A member of the Fort Bragg Special Reaction Team, 16th

A member of the Fort Bragg Special Reaction Team, 16th

A member of the Fort Bragg Special Reaction Team, 16th Military Police Brigade, fires off his gun with precision during the North Carolina Tactical Officers’ Association SWAT competition March 31 at the North C... More

Soldiers competing in the XVIII Airborne Corps Career

Soldiers competing in the XVIII Airborne Corps Career

Soldiers competing in the XVIII Airborne Corps Career Counselor of the Year Competition begin the 2-mile run event during an Army Physical Fitness Test as part of the competition at Polo Field on Fort Bragg, N.... More

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

Capt. Morgan Beck of Greenville, Mich., adopts retired

Capt. Morgan Beck of Greenville, Mich., adopts retired

Capt. Morgan Beck of Greenville, Mich., adopts retired military working dog Jeta to provide her a forever home. Jeta and Beck enjoy agility classes where Jeta navigates obstacles and Beck learns handler command... More

Staff Sgt. Brandon Wolf, Special Reaction Team

Staff Sgt. Brandon Wolf, Special Reaction Team

Staff Sgt. Brandon Wolf, Special Reaction Team noncommissioned officer in charge, takes aim and shoots a bull’s eye during the North Carolina Tactical Officers’ Association SWAT competition April 1, at a course... More

The XVIII Airborne Corps Career Counselor of the Year

The XVIII Airborne Corps Career Counselor of the Year

The XVIII Airborne Corps Career Counselor of the Year competitors stand at attention prior to the announcement of the winner Nov. 19, 2019, on Fort Bragg, N.C. The winner will go on to represent the XVIII Abn. ... More

Sgt. Bo Walker, representing the 101st Airborne Division

Sgt. Bo Walker, representing the 101st Airborne Division

Sgt. Bo Walker, representing the 101st Airborne Division (center), stands with Command Sgt. Maj. Charles W. Albertson, XVIII Airborne Corps Command Sgt. Maj. (left), and Sgt. Maj. David R. Herbert, XVIII Airbor... More

Sgt.1st Class Joey Thomas (right), representing the

Sgt.1st Class Joey Thomas (right), representing the

Sgt.1st Class Joey Thomas (right), representing the 3rd Infantry Division accepts congratulations and a trophy from Command Sgt. Maj. Charles W. Albertson, XVIII Airborne Corps Command Sgt. Maj., after winning ... More

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