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The 93rd Military Police officers and local civilian

The 93rd Military Police officers and local civilian

The 93rd Military Police officers and local civilian law enforcement, as well as contractors working for Fort Bliss go over final staging for an active shooter exercise June 26. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. James Avery)

Members of the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

Members of the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

Members of the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd MP Battalion on Fort Bliss are officially inducted into the ranks of road-certified Military Police Officers, Sept. 29. Prior to donning the MP brazzard on the... More

New military police officers assigned to the 591st

New military police officers assigned to the 591st

New military police officers assigned to the 591st MP Company, 93rd MP Battalion on Fort Bliss, re-affirm the Code of Conduct before officially taking over road duties on Fort Bliss, Sept. 29. The 591st returne... More

Members of the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

Members of the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

Members of the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd MP Battalion on Fort Bliss are officially inducted into the ranks of road-certified Military Police Officers, Sept. 29. Prior to donning the MP brazzard on the... More

Soldier from the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

Soldier from the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

Soldier from the 591st Military Police Company, 93rd MP Battalion on Fort Bliss, bow their heads in prayer just prior to donning their new MP brazzards and officially becoming road-certified MP's, Sept. 29. The... More

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