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Pfc. Nakiya Hunt, a U.S. Army Reserve culinary specialist with the 200th Military Police Command scans a Soldier’s military identification card to take accountability of meals during a field training exercise at Fort Meade, Maryland, Jan. 7, 2019. Beginning this year, all Soldiers across the Army will use their Common Access Cards (CACs) to receive meals, as opposed to using sign-in rosters or paying with cash for officers and Soldiers in the Active Guard Reserve program. The 200th MP Command is the first Army Reserve organization to use the new accounting system for all Soldiers during its annual training exercise. The 200th MP Command provides trained and ready MP Soldiers, leaders and units-of-action to the Total Force in order to enable protection and promote the rule of law to win the nation’s wars. The command provides the full range of military police support to the Army’s decisive action in unified land operations whenever and wherever required. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)