Command Sgt. Maj. Craig Owens (left), senior enlisted advisor, and Maj. Gen. Phillip Churn, commanding general of the 200th Military Police Command, meet with senior leaders of the Customs and Border Protection's National Frontline Recruitment Command, for a discussion about careers available to U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers, April 15, at the MP's headquarters, Fort Meade, Maryland. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)

Protecting the border from within: Military Police Soldiers wanted

For years, Army Reserve military police Soldiers have deployed to perform demanding jobs overseas. Now law enforcement careers are opening up right inside the borders....READ MORE

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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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