Soldiers from the 211th Military Police Battalion (First Corps of Cadets) participated in a joint exercise planning conference with partners from the 5th Canadian Division. The conference was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia in the Cambridge Military Library building, Royal Artillery Park. The building houses the oldest library collection in Atlantic Canada, dating back to 1817.
In August 2017, Soldiers in the 211th Military Police Battalion will travel to Canada and participate in the Canadian exercise. The Soldiers will conduct training with Canadian Military Police from the 3rd MP Regiment.
The VFACC looks forward to seeing you Wednesday, 26 April, 2017 at the Giggle’s Comedy Club (Prince Pizza Restaurant, Route 1 South, Saugus)! The event starts at 6:30PM.
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Members of the Veteran Association of the First Corps of Cadets are conducting 6 sessions of Museum Management and Collection Training. The training developed through the VAFCC’s relationship with the Harvard University graduate program for Museum Studies, and is led by Valarie Kinkade, Museum & Collector Resource (MCR). Valarie is one of the nation’s leading museum consultants, and is currently completing the new Ross Perot Museum in Texas and the Kennedy Family Museum on Cape Cod.
Today, students are expanding their museum vocabulary, learning about the Past Perfect database, and conducting object research and completing the AFCC Artifact Data Collection Form exercise.
The VAFCC is also honored to have Valarie Kinkade as the guest speaker for the Annual Meeting on 2 April, 2017.
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On 23 October 2016, LTC James Blake relinquished command of the 211th Military Police Battalion, First Corps of Cadets to LTC Richard Cipro. The ceremony was held at Fort Devens, MA.