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Military Police Unit
2008 - Present

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8 Members Who Served in This Unit

  • Barquin, Candace, SFC, (1997-Present)
  • Derasmo, Dominick V, 1SG, (1988-2018)
  • Frederick, Rick, SSG, (2001-Present)
  • Hallett, Lisa, SFC, (1986-2007)
  • Zientek, Mike, SSG, (1986-2015)
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HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 192d MILITARY POLICE BATTALION (FAIRFIELD COUNTY REGIMENT) Organized 26 June 1672 in the Connecticut Militia from existing train bands as the Fairfield Count ... More
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Meritorious Unit Commendation
The Meritorious Unit Commendation is awarded to units for exceptionally meritorious conduct in performance of outstanding services for at least six continuous months during a period of military operat ... More
Iraq 2009-2010
OIF/Iraqi Sovereignty (2009-10)
During 2008 and 2009, all non-U.S. foreign forces withdrew from Iraq. Withdrawal of all non-U.S. forces was complete by 31 July 2009. As of 1 January 2009, the Iraqi government became fully responsibl ... More
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2009 - 2010
Army Presidential Unit Citation
The Presidential Unit Citation may be awarded to units of the Armed Forces of the United States and cobelligerent nations for extraordinary heroism in action against an armed enemy occurring on or aft ... More
Philippine Presidential Unit Citation
The Philippine Presidential Unit Citation is a unit decoration of the Republic of the Philippines. It has been awarded to certain units of the United States military for actions both during and subseq ... More
17 October 1944 to 4 July 1945
Leyte Campaign (1944-45)
(Leyte Campaign 17 October 1944 to 1 July 1945) On 17 October 1944, after preparatory bombardment, the invasion of the Philippines got under way with the seizure of islands guarding Leyte Gulf. The la ... More
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1944 - 1945
Luzon Campaign (1944-45)
(Luzon Campaign 15 December 1944 to 4 July 1945) After Leyte came Mindoro, which was invaded on 15 December 1944, an air strip being obtained to provide a base for operations during the invasion on Lu ... More
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1944 - 1945
Northern Solomons Campaign (1943-44)
(Northern Solomons Campaign 22 February 1943 to 21 November 1944) After the conquest of Guadalcanal, Halsey’s forces, supported by Thirteenth Air Force, began a campaign to capture Japanese stro ... More
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1943 - 1944
Bismarck Archipelago Campaign (1943-44)
By the close of 1943, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand had stopped the Japanese juggernaut in the Pacific. To put the Japanese on the defensive, within the framework of the global strateg ... More
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1943 - 1944
New Guinea Campaign (1943-44)
(New Guinea Campaign 24 January 1943 to 31 December 1944) After the loss of Buna and Gona in New Guinea, the Japanese fell back on their stronghold at Lae. Their attempt to reinforce Lae by sea in Mar ... More
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1943 - 1944
Papua Campaign (1942-43)
(Papua Campaign 23 July 1942 to 23 January 1943) In another effort to take Port Moresby the Japanese landed troops at Buna, Gona, and Sanananda in July 1942. At first the Allies could offer only feebl ... More
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1942 - 1943
Guadalcanal Campaign (1942-43)
(Guadalcanal Campaign 7 August 1942 to 21 February 1943) On 7 August 1942 the first stage of the offensive began with landings by a Marine division on Guadalcanal and nearby islands. The Japanese reac ... More
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1942 - 1943
East Indies Campaign (1942)
(East Indies Campaign 1 January to 22 July 1942) On 7 December 1941 Japan turned its war on the Asian mainland south and eastward into the Pacifc. Attacks within hours on the Malay Peninsula, Hong Kon ... More
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1942 - 1942
World War I/Champagne-Marne Campaign
Champagne-Marne, 15 - 18 July 1918. In the four great offensives from 21 March to 13 June 1918 the Germans gained considerable ground, but failed to achieve a decisive advantage at any point on the fr ... More
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1918 - 1918
World War I/Oise-Aisne Campaign
Oise-Aisne, 18 August - 11 November 1918. In mid-August the French started a series of drives on their front, which extended about 90 miles from Reims westward through Soissons to Ribecourt on the Ois ... More
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1918 - 1918
World War I/Meuse-Argonne Campaign
Meuse-Argonne, 26 September - 11 November 1918. At the end of August Marshal Foch had submitted plane to the national commanders for a final offensive along the entire Western Front, with the objectiv ... More
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1918 - 1918
Carolinas Campaign
The Carolinas Campaign was the final campaign in the Western Theater of the American Civil War. In January 1865, Union Maj. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman advanced north from Savannah, Georgia, through ... More
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1865 - 1865
Petersburg Campaign (1864-65)
Popularly known as the Siege of Petersburg, it was not a classic military siege, nor was it strictly limited to actions against Petersburg. The campaign was nine months of trench warfare. Lee finally ... More
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1864 - 1865
Battle of Olustee
The Battle of Olustee or Battle of Ocean Pond was fought in Baker County, Florida on February 20, 1864, during the American Civil War. It was the only major battle fought in Florida during the war.... More
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1864 - 1864
Battle of Ft. Pulaski
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1862 - 1862
Bull Run Campaign (1861)
The First Battle of Bull Run, also known as the First Battle of Manassas (name used by Confederate forces), was fought on July 21, 1861, near Manassas, Virginia. The first major land battle of the Ame ... More
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1861 - 1861
Revolutionary War/Battle of Groton Heights
The Battle of Groton Heights (also known as the Battle of Fort Griswold, and occasionally called the Fort Griswold massacre) was a battle of the American Revolutionary War fought on September 6, 1781 ... More
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1781 - 1781
Revolutionary War/Battle of Newport
The Battle of Rhode Island (also known as the Battle of Quaker Hill and the Battle of Newport) took place on August 29, 1778. Continental Army and militia forces under the command of General John Sull ... More
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1778 - 1778
Revolutionary War/Saratoga Campaign
British over-a11 strategy in 1777 had two major objectives: (1) to split New England from the rest of the American states by a drive from Canada down the Hudson to Albany that would link up with anoth ... More
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1777 - 1777
Revolutionary War/Long Island Campaign
After the British evacuation of Boston, Washington immediately moved his army, less the militia, to New York, in anticipation of a British invasion of that strategically important city. During July an ... More
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1776 - 1776
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