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On 8 September 2017, General Gordon R. Sullivan, Chairman of the Army Historical Foundation Board of Directors and the U.S Army’s 32nd Chief of Staff visited the VAFCC Museum. The Army Historical Foundation is establishing The National Museum of the … Continue reading
CPT Angela Cincis addresses the 2017 Military Police Officer Professional Development (OPD) at the Museum of the First Corps of Cadets on Unit Training Management. The event, conducted on 9 September 2017, was attended by over 40 Military Police commissioned … Continue reading
On 30 August 2017, Soldiers of the 211th MP Battalion and Military Police leaders in the Massachusetts National Guard conducted weapons qualification at Fort Devens, MA.
The 972 MP Company and the 747 MP Company of the 211 MP Battalion (First Corps of Cadets conduct civil disturbance training 5-7 May at Fort Devens, MA. The training is taught by the Department of Homeland Security’s Center for … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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.
On 19 October 2016, the First Corps of Cadets celebrated their 275th Anniversary. The ceremony was held at the Park Plaza Castle (the original armory of the First Corps of Cadets).
On behalf of the Veteran Association of the First Corps of Cadets, Chief Ed Steadman presents 2LT Steven Ashman with two plaques. 2LT Ashman graduated from the Massachusetts National Guard’s Officer Candidate School (OCS) on 15 October 2016. 2LT Ashman will … Continue reading