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212th Military Police Company
United States Army
Strength
Company
Type
Military Police
Years
1942 - Present

Reporting Units

Not Specified

Members Who Served in 212th Military Police Company

Abshire, Marlene, 1SG
Status
USA Retired
Service Years
1987 - 2007
MOS
31B10-Military Police
Primary Unit
289th Military Police Company
Home State
District Of Columbia
Home Town
Not Specified
Ahles, Joseph, SSG
Status
USA Active
Service Years
1988 - 2100
MOS
31B10-Military Police
Primary Unit
561st Military Police Company
Home State
Tennessee
Home Town
Not Specified
Akins, Benjamin, SP 4
Status
USA Active
Service Years
2006 - 2008
MOS
31B10-Military Police
Primary Unit
212th Military Police Company
Home State
Missouri
Home Town
Not Specified
ALFEREZ, JOSE, SSG
Status
USAR Active
Service Years
2000 - 2100
MOS
31B30-Military Police
Primary Unit
212th Military Police Company
Home State
United States
Home Town
Not Specified
Allen, Reginald, SGT
Status
USA Retired
Service Years
1980 - 1991
MOS
95B10-Military Police
Primary Unit
212th Military Police Company
Home State
Florida
Home Town
Not Specified
Allen, Todd, SFC
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1975 - 1996
MOS
95B40-Military Police
Primary Unit
212th Military Police Company
Home State
New York
Home Town
Not Specified

212th Military Police Company Description

History The 212TH MP Company was constituted on Jan. 1, 1942, and activated on May 15, 1942, at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Between May 15, 1942, and Feb. 19, 2010, it was activated and inactivated eight times. Between 1950 and 1953, the unit was allotted to the regular Army where it served honorably in the Republic of Korea earning the Republic of Korea Presidential Company Citation. After the Korean conflict, the unit was relocated to Japan and was inactivated on June 24, 1958. The unit then activated on April 15, 1960, in Italy before being inactivated August 16, 1965. On Jan. 10, 1966, the unit was reactivated to provide K9 support in the republic of Vietnam. Prior to being inactivated on Nov. 8, 1972, the unit was awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation for its actions in Vietnam. On Oct. 21, 1977, the unit was activated in Wuerzburg, Germany, and settled in Kitzingen, Germany, where it performed Military Police Combat support in Support of V CORPS. The unit deployed to Southwest Asia on Dec. 4, 1990, in support of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, during the Gulf War, the unit performed Internment and Resettlement Operations in Kuwait and Iraq. Since Dec. 29, 1995, the unit has deployed to various Baltic Regions including Bosnia-Herzegovina, Sarajevo, Macedonia, and Albania. The unit returned June 15, 2000, from Kosovo after supporting Task Force Hawk and Task Force Falcon. The unit deployed to Poland in support of Operation Victory Strike from Sept. 13, 2001, until Oct. 20, 2001. The unit then deployed to Kosovo from Nov. 25, 2002, until July 18, 2003, in support of Operation Joint Guardian from March 2008 until May 2009, the unit deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The unit was then inactivated in Germany on Feb. 4, 2010. Feb. 19, 2010, marks the activation and restationing of the 212TH MP Company at Fort Bliss, Texas.

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