Army Reserve Col. Malcolm McMullen, the 290th Military Police Brigade commander, talks with Davidson Country Sheriff staff during a tabletop Defense Support Civil Authorities training exercise Sept. 5. The Soldiers had a unique opportunity to work with the Tennessee National Guard, local and state agencies during the daylong event that included individuals from local law enforcement, Tennessee Emergency Management Agency and local power companies. The 209th MPB is assigned to the 200th Military Police Command based at Fort Meade, Maryland. The 200th MPCOM is the largest Department of Defense law enforcement organization with more than 14,000 Soldiers living in 44 states.  (Army Reserve Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell/released)

Army Reserve MPs forge new partnerships during DSCA exercise

Army Reserve Soldiers had a unique opportunity to collaborate with Tennessee's National Guard, in support of local and state agencies during a tabletop Defense Support of Civil Authorities training exercise Sept. 5....READ MORE

Team 200 Highlights

MISSION

Our primary mission is to ensure that every Army Reserve Military Police Soldier and unit under this command is trained, prepared and ready to answer the call to duty.

LEADERS




Brig. Gen. Phillip Churn Commanding General 200th Military Police Command

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