200TH MILITARY POLICE COMMAND 

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Soldiers from the 363rd Military Police Company drive their HMMWV's off an Improved Ribbon Bridge constructed by the 459th Engineer Company crossing the Ohio River traveling from West Virginia to Ohio.
Pfc. Nelson Perez, a Military Police Soldier with the 423rd Military Police Company, performs the hand-release push up portion of the Army Combat Fitness Test during the Combined Brigade Best Squad Competition here in McCrady Training Center, South Carolina. The 200th Military Police Command will select the top performers to compete at the 2023 U.S. Army Reserve Best Squad Competition.
Spc. Stephon Mixter (left), Pfc. Robert Broughton (middle), and Pfc. Courtney Young (right) place a board to traverse at the Leader Reaction Course during the Combined Brigade Best Squad Competition here in McCrady Training Center, South Carolina. The 200th Military Police Command will select the top performers to compete at the 2023 U.S. Army Reserve Best Squad Competition.
Spc. Lindsay Jimenez, a Religious Affairs Specialist from the 393rd Military Police Battalion (CID), fires an M17 Pistol during the Combined Brigade Best Squad Competition here in McCrady Training Center, South Carolina. The 200th Military Police Command will select the top performers to compete at the 2023 U.S. Army Reserve Best Squad Competition.
Pfc. Michael Kierce (left) and Sgt. Thomas Manion (right), both military police Soldiers from the 290th Military Police Brigade, plot points during the land navigation portion of the Combined Brigade Best Squad Competition here in McCrady Training Center, South Carolina. The 200th Military Police Command will select the top performers to compete at the 2023 U.S. Army Reserve Best Squad Competition.
Spc. Joseph Swanson, a Military Police Soldier with the 303rd Military Police Company, completed the 100-meter swim during the Combined Brigade Best Squad Competition here in McCrady Training Center, South Carolina. The 200th Military Police Command will select the top performers to compete at the 2023 U.S. Army Reserve Best Squad Competition.
Spc. Elzir Stroman, a Nutrition Specialist with the 372nd Military Police Company, performs the high crawl at the Fit 2 Win obstacle course during the Combined Brigade Best Squad Competition here in Fort Jackson, South Carolina. The 200th Military Police Command will select the top performers to compete at the 2023 U.S. Army Reserve Best Squad Competition.
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Cary Cowan Jr. assumes command of the 200th Military Police Command at a change of command ceremony on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., Aug. 26, 2022. Cowan previously served as deputy commanding general for the 200th MP Command. As commander of the 200th MP Command, Cowan will oversee four brigades, 22 battalions, and 53 companies dispersed across the continental U.S.
Spc. Keul Kim, a healthcare specialist with Headquarters, Headquarters Company, 200th Military Police Command gets an iris scan during the Biometrics Automated Toolset System training here in Fort Meade, Maryland.
A military policeman with the 342nd Military Police Company, rappels down the tower here in Ft. McCoy, Wisconson. Soldiers from the 300th Military Police Brigade spent two weeks in Ft. McCoy, Wisconsin participating in Spartan Warrior. Soldiers were able to train on their job specific tasks and Army Warrior tasks.
Combat medic balances deployment, education and aspiring career in health care
U.S. Army Sgt. Ta’Che’ Blocker, a combat medic assigned to the 340th Military Police Company, poses for a photo after discussing her goals and aspirations at Mihail Kogălniceanu Air Base, Romania, May 30, 2024. She joined the military to gain healthcare experience and aspires to become a physician assistant. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Alexcia Rupert)
June 4, 2024 - "The Army is an opportunity to get paid to learn health care, and I really wanted to get the experience to grow in my career," said Sgt. Ta'Che' Blocker, a combat medic assigned to the 340th Military Police Company...

430th Military Law and Order Detachment supports airshow
Power in the Pines returned after a five-year hiatus with the Air and Space Open House from 19-21 May, 2023, at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. The ASOH is the largest public event held at JB MDL, showcasing air superiority from both the ground and sky. The flight line also displayed a variety of aircraft from many services of the military, as well as their guard and reserve components. These visuals served as a representation of JB MDL’s commitment to working with Joint Partners daily to support our national defense, and to thank the local community for its continued support.
April 4, 2024 - During their two-week annual training, the 430th Military Police Law and Order Detachment conducted joint law enforcement operations with various branches to support the “Power in the Pines” Airshow, held for the first time...

Army CID updates 200th MP Command on transformation
Robert W. Matthews, chief of the Army CID Strategic Initiatives Group, updates members of the 200th Military Police Command on Army CID’s ongoing transformation.
March 21, 2024 - Approximately 40 members of the 200th Military Police Command (MPC), U.S. Army Reserve, attended an annual planning event with the Department of the Army Criminal Investigation Division at Army CID headquarters in Quantico,...

Army Reserve MP Soldier receives medal for civilian heroism
Suffolk County Executive Ed Romaine (right), and Suffolk Police Commissioner Robert Waring (left) present Officer Sean Kalletta of Suffolk County Police Department, also a Soldier with the 200th Military Police Command, with the Carnegie Medal, Feb. 22, 2024, in Hauppauge, New York. The Carnegie Medal recognizes individuals who risk serious injury while saving or attempting to save the lives of others. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Maria Casneiro) (Sgt. Maria Casneiro)
March 18, 2024 - Army Reserve Capt. Sean Kalletta, a military police officer with the 200th Military Police Command, received the Carnegie Medal, Feb. 22, for his heroic efforts. Suffolk County Executive Ed Romaine presented the medal to...

Annual symposium bridges gaps across components, commands
U.S. Army Reserve, National Guard and U.S. Army V Corps senior leaders pose for a photo in front of V Corps Headquarters before the second annual Reserve Component Symposium in Fort Knox, Kentucky, Dec. 2, 2023. The second annual Reserve Component Symposium provided an ideal opportunity for commanders of relevant U.S. Army Reserve formations, state adjutants general, deputies and key staff to discuss challenges, opportunities, lessons-learned, and tactics, techniques and procedures with V Corps and U.S. Army Europe and Africa senior leaders and key advisors. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Javen Owens)
Dec. 8, 2023 - Around 40 V Corps, National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve senior leaders converged at “Victory Corps” Headquarters here Dec. 1-2 for a dynamic discussion of issues confronting Reserve Component organizations serving in the...

Army Reserve Soldier Wins Top Military Police NCO Award
U.S. Army Master Sgt. Grant C. Smith, 304th Military Police Battalion, is awarded the Regimental Command Sgt. Maj. James W. Frye Non-Commissioned Officer of Excellence Award, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Sept. 22, 2023. The ceremony took place during the Military Police Regimental Week to award some of the best Soldiers from the Military Police Corps to recognize their achievements. Smith is the first U.S. Army Reserve Soldier to earn the award. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Justin P. Morelli)
Sept. 26, 2023 - A Soldier from the 200th Military Police Command was presented one of the highest awards in the Military Police (MP) Corps...

From squad skills to best thrills: Inside Army Reserve Best Squad Competition
Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Maady Nabih, a Military Police Officer with the 200th Military Police Command, serves as a cadre member during the 2023 U.S. Amy Reserve Best Squad Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, on Sept. 08, 2023. Sixty Soldiers from across the nation traveled to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, to compete in the 2023 U.S. Army Reserve Best Squad Competition from September 2-10. 2023 BSC is an annual competition that brings together the best Soldiers and squads from across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” and “Best Squad” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual and collective ability to adapt to and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focus events that test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Staff Sgt. David Barrette)
Sept. 19, 2023 - Staff Sgt. Maady Nabih, a dedicated member of the 646th Regional Support Group (RSG), recently shared his insights on the Best Squad Competition, highlighting the extensive training and preparation undertaken by everyone...

The last supper: Army Reserve Soldier hangin’ up the apron after almost 4 decades of service
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Derrick Burrous, a 60-year-old culinary senior manager assigned to the 200th Military Police Company, reflects on his 38-year career in the military at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Aug. 23, 2023. Burrous has served in all three components of the Army; active duty, National Guard, and the Reserve. Burrous is slated to retire soon, as he has reached the age limit for military service. Reflecting back on his career he says the key takeaways are selfless service, job competency, Soldier mentoring, and an appreciation of service and the benefits it has to offer. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Aaron Rognstad)
Aug. 24, 2023 - The cook. The culinary specialist. It's a job some in the military may take for granted, but without them, Soldiers would be eating cold unappetizing prepackaged meals or resorting to hunting and foraging for their next meal...
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Maj. Gen. Cary J. Cowan Jr.
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