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The 1st Armored Division Band, Fort Bliss, Texas, played

The 1st Armored Division Band, Fort Bliss, Texas, played

The 1st Armored Division Band, Fort Bliss, Texas, played the Army Song, the MP Regimental March as well as the National Anthem at the Change of Command and Change of Responsibility for 93D Military Police Batta... More

Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Kalsbeek and Airman Juan Rivas,

Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Kalsbeek and Airman Juan Rivas,

Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Kalsbeek and Airman Juan Rivas, 34th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron load crew members, prepare to equip an F-35A with a GBU-12 laser-guided bomb at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Feb. 23, 2016. (U... More

171107-N-SR567-010 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-010 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-010 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov. 7, 2017) Rear Adm. John Wade, commander of Naval Surface and Mine Warfighting Development Center, and Republic of Korea (ROK) Rear Adm. Kim, Jong-Sam, command... More

The 1st Armored Division Band, Fort Bliss, Texas, played

The 1st Armored Division Band, Fort Bliss, Texas, played

The 1st Armored Division Band, Fort Bliss, Texas, played the Army Song, the MP Regimental March as well as the national anthem at the Change of Command and Change of Responsibility for 93D Military Police Batta... More

Soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard's 34th Combat

Soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard's 34th Combat

Soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard's 34th Combat Aviation Brigade assist local authorities in recovering a University of North Dakota plane that crashed Tuesday near Camp Ripley.

Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Kalsbeek and Airman Juan Rivas,

Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Kalsbeek and Airman Juan Rivas,

Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Kalsbeek and Airman Juan Rivas, 34th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron load crew members, prepare to equip an F-35A with a GBU-12 laser-guided bomb at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Feb. 23, 2016. (U... More

171107-N-SR567-027 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-027 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-027 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov. 7, 2017) Rear Adm. John Wade, right, commander of Naval Surface and Mine Warfighting Development Center, and Republic of Korea (ROK) Rear Adm. Kim, Jong-Sam, ... More

The 93D Military Police Battalion commander Lt. Col

The 93D Military Police Battalion commander Lt. Col

The 93D Military Police Battalion commander Lt. Col Richard J. Ball, receives one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a a military policeman: the Order of the Marechaussee, named after the Marechaus... More

Soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard's 34th Combat

Soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard's 34th Combat

Soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard's 34th Combat Aviation Brigade assist local authorities in recovering a University of North Dakota plane that crashed Tuesday near Camp Ripley.

Airman Juan Rivas, Senior Airman Darion White and Staff

Airman Juan Rivas, Senior Airman Darion White and Staff

Airman Juan Rivas, Senior Airman Darion White and Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Kalsbeek, 34th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron load crew members, prepare to equip an F-35A with a GBU-12 laser-guided bomb at Hill Air Force B... More

171107-N-SR567-036 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-036 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-036 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov. 7, 2017) Participants in the 34th Annual Mine Warfare Staff Talks pose for a group photo. The staff talks were held to provide a venue for U.S. and ROK Navy p... More

The 93rd Military Police Battalion Color Guard salute

The 93rd Military Police Battalion Color Guard salute

The 93rd Military Police Battalion Color Guard salute the outgoing battalion commanding officer, Lt. Col Richard J. Ball and battalion Command Sgt. Maj. Timothy J. Lamb as well as the incoming commander Lt. Col... More

171107-N-SR567-041 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-041 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov.

171107-N-SR567-041 CHINHAE, Republic of Korea (Nov. 7, 2017) Participants in the 34th Annual Mine Warfare Staff Talks pose for a group photo. The staff talks were held to provide a venue for U.S. and ROK Navy p... More

Outgoing 93rd Military Police Battalion commander Lt.

Outgoing 93rd Military Police Battalion commander Lt.

Outgoing 93rd Military Police Battalion commander Lt. Col. Richard J. Ball officially relinquishes his command to the ceremonies reviewing officer Col. Robert N. Dillon duing a Change of Command and Change of R... More

Reviewing officer for the 93rd Military Police Battalion's

Reviewing officer for the 93rd Military Police Battalion's

Reviewing officer for the 93rd Military Police Battalion's Change of Command and Change of Responsibilities ceremony, Col. Robert N. Dillon officially assigns the 93rd to incoming commander Lt. Col. Jeremy R. W... More

From left to right are incoming 93rd Military Police

From left to right are incoming 93rd Military Police

From left to right are incoming 93rd Military Police Battalion commander Lt. Col. Jeremy R. Willingham, Reviewing Officer Col. Robert N. Dillon, Incoming 93rd MP BN Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel S. O'Brien and outgo... More

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