787th Military Police Battalion
The mission of the 787th Military Police Battalion is to transform volunteer civilians and reclassified/prior service soldiers into disciplined, motivated, physically fit, combat ready Military Police Soldiers who live by the Army's core values, serve as a member of a team under stressful conditions, and are capable of immediately contributing to the operational Army upon graduation.
The 787th Military Police Battalion was originally constituted on 12 November 1942 in the Army of the United States as the 787th Military Police Battalion. It activated on 28 November 1942 at Fort Custer, MI.
It reorganized and was redesignted on 5 June 1945 as the 787th Military Police Service Battalion. It inactivated on 31 December 1946 in Frace.
Redesignated on 16 September 1986 as the 787th Military Police Battalion, it was allotted to the Regular Army. It Headquarters was concurrently transferred to the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command and organized at Fort McClelland, AL.
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