Leaders from the 747 Military Police Company and 211th Military Police Battalion Forward presented to the members of the First Corps of Cadets. The Soldiers discussed their deployment to GITMO and presented items for the museum to display in the Active Component room.
Soldiers of the 211th Military Police Battalion completed the Military
Police Firearms Qualification Course with the M9 pistol at Joint Base Cape Cod, Mass. during an Inactive Duty Training (drill) period this weekend. Military Police personnel also participated in driver training on the M1151High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) and the M1117 Guardian Armored Security Vehicle. Other training included utilizing the HMMWV Egress Assistance Trainer, police operations training (including K9 demonstrations) with the Massachusetts State Police and Fall River Police Department, and preparation for the Massachusetts National Guard State Marksmanship Competition for which the 211th will field two teams.
VAFCC President CSM William Davison (left) and Second Vice President LTC Brett Conway (right) accepted a very generous donation from Mr. Matt Knowlton (center) who is Project Manager/System Administrator for The Boston Duck Tour’s. Mr. Knowlton presented the donation on behalf of The Boston Duck Tour’s “Quack, Quack Give Back Program”.
The location of the meeting will be 459 Bedford Street, Lexington, MA 02420.
Soldiers in the 211th Military Police Battalion (First Corps of Cadets) conducted training over the weekend to enhance their Soldier and Military Police skills.
Come in anytime between the 11th of January and the 17th of January to Pisa Pizza in Malden and mention you are a Friend of the 972nd Military Police Company and a donation will be made to support the Active Component of the First Corps of Cadets!
The former Commander of the 972nd Military Police Company, Major Dave Falvey presents the President of the First Corps, CSM William Davidson with the 972nd’s Deployment book for the museum.
The Municipal Police Training Committee (MPTC) and the Massachusetts National Guard celebrated the historic milestone of 47 Guardsmen graduating from a reserve civilian police academy during a ceremony at the Joint Force Headquarters here, Aug. 2, 2014.
This a significant event in the Massachusetts National Guard’s Police Mission Partnership Initiative (PMPI) that began in 2012 to systematically improve its domestic police support capability and individual law enforcement career opportunities for its personnel….
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