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    DT's Military Police collection

    Post by Darktrooper on Wed Jan 25, 2012 1:48 pm

    You've all seen my uniforms in the OEF section, now as promised the rest of my collection.




    USDB -> US Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas




    heres a pic of the old USDB


    This guy is not associated with the camps. his badge patch just says GTMO BAY


    The round patch that has the scales of Justice and says detainee assessment branch on it, was part of the facility I worked at. Those patches were made during our tour, and were NUMBERED. I think they had made 150 of them, and were done up in Turkey.


    The round ISAF patches and the MP patch I wore in Afghanistan. the Cartman (south park character) patch is theater made as well as the Red and White Polish and slovak engineer unit patch




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    Post by Darktrooper on Wed Jan 25, 2012 2:10 pm

    287th MP company


    6-color Deserts belonging to a good friend of mine. he was a CSM for the 416th ENCOM in Desert Storm


    83rd ID grouping to an MP


    62nd MP company (Highway Patrol)

    and the car to go with it


    More MP pictures









    How about Road maps of Post WWII Germany?


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    Re: DT's Military Police collection

    Post by Longbranch on Wed Jan 25, 2012 5:33 pm

    Your "GTMO BAY" patched Navy BDU didn't belong to a "guy" at all... That particular BDU was used by a woman.

    Nice, diverse collection! You have some really neat stuff!
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    Post by Darktrooper on Thu Jan 26, 2012 12:07 am

    I use "guy" in a generic sense. Im not PC (politically correct) at all Laughing thats probably why I get complained about alot at work.

    Also once I'm allowed to post outside links I have three sections of my photobucket account set aside for MP unit crests, MP brassards, and MP helmets.


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    Post by Darktrooper on Tue Jan 31, 2012 5:36 pm

    Theater embroidered T-shirt


    My ACH, during my travels around I picked up an ACU helmet cover for my ACH at the Clothing and Sales.





    MP brassards

    Helmets

    MP unit crests


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