De Witt, David, SGM

Military Police Corps (Enlisted)
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Current Service Status
USA Retired
Current/Last Rank
Sergeant Major
Current/Last Service Branch
Military Police Corps
Current/Last Primary MOS
31B-Military Police
Current/Last MOS Group
Military Police Corps (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
2006-2008, 31B, US Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM)
Previously Held MOS
95B-Military Police
Service Years
1980 - 2008
Official/Unofficial US Army Certificates
Cold War Certificate
Operation Iraqi Freedom

Sergeant Major

Eight Service Stripes

Two Overseas Service Bars

 Official Badges 

Army Military Police US Army Retired (Post-2007) Drill Sergeant Campaign Hat (Male) Drill Sergeant Badge

Schutzenschnur Bronze VII Corps 18th Military Police Brigade

 Unofficial Badges 

Army Honorable Discharge (1984-Present) Order of the Marechaussee Sergeant Morales Club

 Military Association Memberships
Association of United States Army (AUSA)Non Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA)Sergeant Morales Club
  1983, Association of United States Army (AUSA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  1989, Non Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA) [Verified] - Assoc. Page
  1991, Sergeant Morales Club

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 Ribbon Bar

Machine Gun

 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1981, 11th Military Police Training Battalion (Fort McClellan, AL), C/3
 Unit Assignments
3rd Infantry Division Artillery720th Military Police Battalion3rd Ordnance Battalion (EOD)795th Military Police Battalion
595th Military Police Company793rd Military Police Battalion545th Military Police Company127th Military Police Company
US Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) Course, Fort Bliss, TX18th Military Police BrigadeUS Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)US Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM)
  1981-1983, 95B, 3rd Infantry Division Artillery/981st Military Police Company
  1983-1984, 95B, 720th Military Police Battalion/411th Military Police Company
  1984-1987, 95B, 3rd Ordnance Battalion (EOD)/110th Military Police Company
  1987-1989, 95B, 795th Military Police Battalion/D Company
  1990-1992, 95B, 595th Military Police Company
  1992-1994, 95B, HHC, 793rd Military Police Battalion
  1994-1999, 95B, 545th Military Police Company
  1999-2000, 95B, 127th Military Police Company
  2000-2001, 95B, US Army Sergeants Major Academy (USASMA) Course, Fort Bliss, TX
  2001-2004, 31B, 18th Military Police Brigade
  2004-2006, 31B, HHC, US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
  2006-2008, 31B, US Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1990-1990 Gulf War/Defense of Saudi Arabia
  1990-1991 Gulf War/Defense of Saudi Arabia
  1999-2020 Operation Joint Guardian (KFOR)
  2002-2002 Operation Joint Guardian (KFOR)
  2003-2003 Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
 Colleges Attended 
Central Texas CollegeExcelsior CollegeWebster University
  1983-1993, Central Texas College
  2000-2001, Excelsior College
  2005-2007, Webster University
 Additional Information
What are you doing now:

The FPS mission is to render federal properties safe and secure for federal employees, officials and visitors in a professional and cost effective manner by deploying a highly trained and multi-disciplined police force. As the federal agency charged with protecting and delivering integrated law enforcement and security services to facilities owned or leased by the General Services Administration (GSA), FPS employs 1,225 federal staff (including 900 law enforcement security officers, criminal investigators, police officers, and support personnel) and 15,000 contract guard staff to secure over 9,000 buildings and safeguard their occupants. FPS provides comprehensive coverage for these facilities nationwide.

Protecting the critical infrastructure and key resources of the United States is essential to our nation's security, public health and safety, economic vitality and way of life. FPS protects one component of the nation's infrastructure by mitigating risk to federal facilities and their occupants.

FPS organizes its activities along three guiding principles: stakeholder service, technical expertise, and organizational excellence. Supporting these principles are immediate priorities that will allow FPS to meet its short-term goals and long-term strategic goals.

With nearly 40 years of law enforcement experience, FPS has established a physical security program to provide protection to GSA owned or leased federal facilities. From the installation of alarm systems, x-rays, magnetometers and entry control systems, to monitoring those systems 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing uniformed police response and investigative follow-up, FPS is organized to protect and serve. The provision of contract protective security officer services, crime prevention seminars tailored to individual agency and employee needs, facility security surveys, integrating intelligence gathering and sharing, and maintaining special operations capabilities all serve to make FPS a world-class security force. What FPS does every day embodies the spirit of the Department and contributes to the achievement of Department goals and organizational excellence.

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