Borelli, Frank, PFC

Military Police Corps (Enlisted)
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Current Service Status
USA Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Private First Class
Current/Last Service Branch
Military Police Corps
Current/Last Primary MOS
95B10-Military Police
Current/Last MOS Group
Military Police Corps (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
2001-2003, 12B10, A Company, 121st Engineer Battalion
Previously Held MOS
12B10-Combat Engineer
Service Years
1982 - 1983

Private First Class

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What are you doing now:
I am a retired police officer still continuing to provide instructor services in that industry.

In 1999 I also began a writing "career" and now have three books (two fiction, one non-fiction) published. Additionally I have well over 150 articles each year published in various periodicals and Internet sites serving the military and law enforcement communities.

I am a father of four healthy children, although three are mostly grown. My oldest son is a Marine and married to a Marine. My oldest daughter is a Soldier and married to a Soldier. My next daughter is in college and my youngest son is not quite old enough to serve (11).
Other Comments:
In addition to my job as the Editor for I also own and operate:

Borelli Consulting: Starting in 2001 I contracted to the U.S. Army on methods for sharing resources between the Army and law enforcement.  There are SO many technologies that serve both communities and so much expertise that can be shared.  Addtionally, Borelli Consulting provides training and services to law enforcement agencies and organizations.  I have been the keynote speaker at a number of events, such as the 2008 Police Officers Association of Michigan conference, and a guest speaker for an even wider variety of events.  My primary focus these days is on how our country (we citizens) are not raising another generation of warriors but are instead specifically conditioning our children (through the public school system) to be willing victims.

New American Truth magazine:  In print (limited) and online, this magazine is dedicated as "A contemporary common sense publication" and written for those who refuse to be willing victims of crime or terrorism.  Topics range from values and beliefs to preparedness, training, outlook, etc.  There is a Chaplain's Message included in every monthly issue.

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 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1982, 12th Military Police Training Battalion (OSUT) (Fort McClellan, AL), A
 Unit Assignments/ Advancement Schools
Military Police Units1st Battalion, 115th Infantry121st Engineer Battalion
  1983-1983, 95B10, 437th Military Police Company
  1995-1998, 11B10, B Company, 1st Battalion, 115th Infantry
  2001-2003, 12B10, A Company, 121st Engineer Battalion
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