U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from military police and drill sergeant units fire their rifles at a qualification range during a multi-day training event hosted at Camp Atterbury, Ind., Nov. 6. The 384th Military Police Battalion, headquartered at Fort Wayne, Ind., organized a three-day range and field training exercises involving more than 550 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers and incorporated eight different weapons systems, combat patrolling and a rifle marksmanship competition at Camp Atterbury, Ind., Nov. 5-7. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)

Aiming for excellence, hitting so much more

Nine months ago, a military police battalion from Indiana aimed for excellence when it planned for a multi-unit weapons range event. And yet, when the time came to pull the trigger, its staff executed so much more....READ MORE

Team 200 Highlights


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.


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

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