546th Military Police Company

546th Military Police Company This is the official page of the 546th Military Police Company. While this is an open forum, we will not discuss matters of security. We continuously monitor the safety and security of the installation and its personnel.
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Unit History of the 546th Military Police Company: The 546th Military Police Company was constituted on 7 June 1943 in the United States Army as 1st Platoon, 44th Military Police Prisioner of War Processing Company and activated 19 june 1943 in North Africa. The company was redesign on 2 December 1944 as the 227th Military Prisioner of War Processing Platoon and inactivated 10 November 1945 in Italy. The company was again redesigned on 10 December 1946 as the 546th Military Police Platoon and inactivated 18 September 1947 in Italy. On 20 January 1949 the 546th was reactivated at Fort Sill Oklahoma then redesigned 11 March 1950 as the 546th Military Police Company. On 8 September 1954 it was allotted as the 546th Military Police Company. It was then inactivated 1 January 1983 at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The unit was reactivated 13 March 2005 at Fort Stewart, GA. On 14 February 2007 the 546th MP CO deployed to Afghanistan for 15 months in support of Operation Enduring Freedom 07-08. From 28 December 2009 to 25 July 2010 the company again deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 09-11. The 546th Military Police Company currently falls under the 385th Military Police Battalion and the 16th Military Police Brigade.

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Regulators please congratulate SPC Hein on her achievements. Today she graduated BLC on the Commandant’s List and was re...
01/31/2020

Regulators please congratulate SPC Hein on her achievements. Today she graduated BLC on the Commandant’s List and was recognized as the Leadership Awardee for her class. Truly an outstanding achievement. Keep up the great work young Regulator!
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#MountUp

Congratulations to SPC(P) Martinez as of today for winning the BN Soldier of the QTR Board and obtaining her promotable ...
01/28/2020

Congratulations to SPC(P) Martinez as of today for winning the BN Soldier of the QTR Board and obtaining her promotable status. She went out there and gave it her all and she came out victorious. She will now go on to compete at the Brigade-level. Regulator Nation is proud.
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REGULATORS take a look at this!
01/26/2020
U.S. Army Physical Fitness School

REGULATORS take a look at this!

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On 14 January, 2020 the Regulators went over to the Ready and Resilient (R2) Performance Center to conduct PT. The team ...
01/19/2020

On 14 January, 2020 the Regulators went over to the Ready and Resilient (R2) Performance Center to conduct PT. The team there provided us with outstanding team exercises that focused on cohesion and communication which gave the Regulators a huge morale boost leading into next week.
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Congratulations to our only 31E, CPL Stephens, as he pinned the rank of SGT today. SGT Stephens we are proud of you and ...
01/03/2020

Congratulations to our only 31E, CPL Stephens, as he pinned the rank of SGT today. SGT Stephens we are proud of you and look forward to the great contribution to the company and the Army as a whole.
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The 16th Military Police Brigade
12/22/2019

The 16th Military Police Brigade

30 years ago, several members of the 16th MP Brigade deployed to Panama in support of #OperationJustCause. Thank you to our Veterans who were there to deploy with no-notice. A special thanks to Cpl. Scott Hawkins who shared his story and photos.

#FlashBackFriday
#OneOfAKind
503D Military Police Battalion Airborne

Last week our very own LT McGuire attended the 16th MP BDE Officer, NCO, and Soldier of the 1st QTR, FY 20 board. LT McG...
12/18/2019

Last week our very own LT McGuire attended the 16th MP BDE Officer, NCO, and Soldier of the 1st QTR, FY 20 board. LT McGuire did not win overall but he definitely competed and ended up as runner-up. We are extremely proud of this Regulator and congrats to all the competitors.
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Last night the 546th family held a Holiday potluck party. Soldiers brought their families and had a chance to play games...
12/14/2019

Last night the 546th family held a Holiday potluck party. Soldiers brought their families and had a chance to play games, socialize and enjoy great food! Congrats to all those who won prizes and thank you to all that came out and made this event great!

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The 16th Military Police Brigade
12/13/2019

The 16th Military Police Brigade

Our 16th MP BDE Officer candidates for the 1st QTR, FY 20 Board are:

2LT Matthew Arthur (503D MP BN, ABN), 1LT Brandon Duran (519th MP BN), 1LT Simeon Khan (716th MP BN), 1LT Ryan McGuire (385th MP BN) and 1LT Lane Walker (91st MP BN).

Yesterday the Regulators hosted a PT Session with the 16th MP BDE Commander, COL Myers. COL Meyers conducted an intense ...
12/11/2019

Yesterday the Regulators hosted a PT Session with the 16th MP BDE Commander, COL Myers. COL Meyers conducted an intense circuit training with the company and ended PT presenting the Regulators their DUI Free Streamer. The DUI Streamer is awarded to those units who have a DUI plan and have a minimum of 90 consecutive days with no alcohol related incidents. Keep up the great work Regulators!
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#MountUp

Congratulations to LT McGuire for winning the Officer of the Quarter Board. He will be representing the battalion next w...
12/06/2019

Congratulations to LT McGuire for winning the Officer of the Quarter Board. He will be representing the battalion next week at the 16th Military Police Brigade Board. Good luck LT!!!
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#MountUp

Today we had a few Soldiers recognized for their hard work and dedication with our Allies in AFRICOM. SFC Bones, SSG Hic...
11/26/2019

Today we had a few Soldiers recognized for their hard work and dedication with our Allies in AFRICOM. SFC Bones, SSG Hicks, and SGT Robinson thank you for leading the way and being a big help to our partners.
#Too Dragoon!
#REGULATORS!

Congratulations to SGT Gomez and his family as he re-enlisted for another three years. Even though the MP Corps is losin...
11/22/2019

Congratulations to SGT Gomez and his family as he re-enlisted for another three years. Even though the MP Corps is losing a wonderful leader the Army has retained one!
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Too Dragoon!
11/21/2019

Too Dragoon!

#MarneWeek Bowling Tournament results are in!
1st Place 385th BTN
2nd Place 83rd Chemical BTN
3rd Place 5/7 Cav
Congrats to all the winners!

Dragoon Week took place last week and the Regulators showed up and showed out! Families and friends of Regulator Nation ...
10/30/2019

Dragoon Week took place last week and the Regulators showed up and showed out! Families and friends of Regulator Nation had the opportunity to come out for a beach run on Tybee Island, participate in beach sporting events, volunteer in spouses challenge and end the week at the 78th Anniversary Military Police Ball.
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Tara Ruby Photography
10/30/2019

Tara Ruby Photography

Friday night I was honored to capture and cover the the 385th Military Police Battalion military ball. My favorite part of any ball is the grog and the ceremony that goes along with it. The grog is any of a variety of alcoholic beverages (although the MPs had a non-alcoholic one as well).

Did you know that the word originally referred to a drink made with water and rum, which British Vice admiral Edward Vernon introduced into the naval squadron he commanded in the West Indies on 21 August 1740. Vernon wore a coat of grogram cloth and was nicknamed Old Grogram or Old Grog.

I can't wait to get all the beautiful couples their portraits out to them! While the editing begins here's a few fun shots from the grog ceremony! :) Enjoy.

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546th Military Police Company
10/23/2019

546th Military Police Company

This week the Regulators were busy. 1st Platoon was able to get out in the field and get some great Platoon training acc...
10/19/2019

This week the Regulators were busy. 1st Platoon was able to get out in the field and get some great Platoon training accomplished. SGT Decipulo re-enlisted to further her commitment to the greatest Army in the world and we recognized SSG Yates for his contributions to the unit. Great job team!
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Congratulations to our own SPC Ivey being recognized as the USO for Fort Stewart/HAAF’s Volunteer of the Month for Septe...
10/16/2019

Congratulations to our own SPC Ivey being recognized as the USO for Fort Stewart/HAAF’s Volunteer of the Month for September! Kane, we appreciate you and we’re so glad to have you on our team! #Regulators

Thank you, Kane, for all you have done for the Service Members and families of the Fort Stewart community. Kane has devoted many selfless hours to support the USO’s mission and we are happy to announce he is Fort Stewart/HAAF’s Volunteer of the Month for September! Kane, we appreciate you and we’re so glad to have you on our team! #BeTheForce

Congratulations to SSG Beaton for being recognized by MG Aguto, the 3ID Commanding General as one of the September ICE H...
09/25/2019

Congratulations to SSG Beaton for being recognized by MG Aguto, the 3ID Commanding General as one of the September ICE Heroes. He was recognized for his professionalism, courtesy, and integrity to a patron who came through Gate 1 with his family. Continue to make the Regulation Nation proud! #Regulators

On Friday, the Regulators had the opportunity to get away from the office and enjoy some fun at Organization Day. The co...
09/23/2019

On Friday, the Regulators had the opportunity to get away from the office and enjoy some fun at Organization Day. The company participated in competitive sports with the chance of a platoon to win the 2019 Commanders Cup. Congratulations to 2nd Platoon (Spartans) for taking home the cup. #Regulators

On Thursday, 1PLT and HQ prepared for the upcoming Marne Focus and NTC 20-04 rotation by conducting a BN led COMMEX. The...
09/21/2019

On Thursday, 1PLT and HQ prepared for the upcoming Marne Focus and NTC 20-04 rotation by conducting a BN led COMMEX. The Soldiers were instructed by the unit's communication specialist SGT Fabio and his team. Each truck was then qualified on their assigned communications equipment by the BN S6. Keep working hard! #Regulators

Yesterday 3 of our outstanding NCOs led the 3D MP GRP CID Agents through M18 and M4 Qualifications to help familiarize t...
09/19/2019

Yesterday 3 of our outstanding NCOs led the 3D MP GRP CID Agents through M18 and M4 Qualifications to help familiarize the agents on their assigned weapons. SSG Beaton, SSG Yates and SFC Cranmore instructed over 25 agents on M18 and M4 LEWTAQ Qualification.

Regulators please take a look at this. We are a family and are here if you need help. #ChooseToLive
09/05/2019

Regulators please take a look at this. We are a family and are here if you need help.
#ChooseToLive

Each one of us has a responsibility and commitment to reach out and help our fellow Soldiers, civilians or Family members who need The Strength of the U.S. Army. Together, we will make a difference by helping those at risk to #ChooseToLive.

Great initiative by a few of our best to put together the below awareness campaign!

Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield
09/02/2019

Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield

Here is the evacuation order signed by Marne 6 for Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield Soldiers, Families and DoD civilians affected by #HurricaneDorian. If you live in a mandatory evacuation zone but work on Fort Stewart or Hunter Army Airfield, follow the guidance of your county emergency managers and evacuate. You must still report to your supervisor for accountability and to determine reporting procedures.

3rd Infantry Division Hunter Army Airfield

09/01/2019
Marne 6

Marne 6

Marne Soldiers and Families –

As you have all seen in the news, Hurricane Dorian has intensified to a Category 5 storm but there have been very minor changes to the projected path or impacts to our community. Coastal Georgia could begin to see severe weather as early as Wednesday morning with rain and winds starting Tuesday afternoon. In response, our local communities have increased their readiness posture.

While we do not anticipate the need to evacuate, it is always prudent to be prepared and we are planning for the range of possibilities.

This does not change our current status and we continue to encourage Soldiers, Families and Civilians to go over their individual preparation plans. I encourage everyone to stay informed as this develops both through our local news and our Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield social media pages.

If you have not done so yet, please download the Fort Stewart Mobile App. Using the severe weather tab, you will receive the fastest weather updates and links to the status of local roads and highways. This is particularly important as Soldiers and Families return from the holiday weekend.

As this develops, we will publish any adjustments to our operations, schools, and services in a timely manner. As of now, Tuesday is a normal work day with the exception of Soldiers contacted by their chain of command to assist in precautionary measures.

Since many of our Soldiers and Families live off post, we are staying closely linked with our local and state officials. We will continue to diligently monitor this storm and update you as the situation develops.
Please enjoy the rest of holiday weekend and take care returning home safely. We are Dog Faced Soldiers, Rock of the Marne.

– Marne 6

#HurricaneDorian

1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, 3rd Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division Artillery, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division (3 CAB, 3 ID), 92nd Engineer Battalion, 385th Military Police Battalion

United States Army Military Police Corps Regimental Museum
08/28/2019

United States Army Military Police Corps Regimental Museum

The M-1 combat helmet was a nearly universal piece of equipment for American service members from its introduction in 1941 to its gradual replacement by the Kevlar helmet in the mid to late 1980’s. Developed by the U.S. Army Infantry Board to replace the World War 1 era basin-style helmet, the new design featured a ‘pot’ shape. The M-1 helmet unit consisted of two components: the steel helmet body and a separate liner. The average weight of the complete shell and liner unit was 3 pounds. The liner included suspension webbing and could be worn by itself in non-combat situations. The steel helmet body could not be worn by itself, but was unofficially utilized as a bucket, food basin, digging tool and other field-expedient uses. The M-1 helmet and liner design evolved over the years as the U.S. military served in World War 2, Korea and Vietnam. The basic design was for ground troops, although specialized parachutist variants were produced. Beginning in approximately 1943, helmets and liners worn by Military Police utilized special identification markings, a practice that continued through the helmet’s operational history and is still specified in the 2014 edition of Army Pamphlet 670-1, “Guide to the Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms and Insignia”. The Kevlar PASGT (Personnel Armor System for Ground Troops) helmet was in the design stages when the last M-1 helmet bodies were produced by a Canadian contractor in 1977. The helmet liner continued to be produced until 1984.

08/14/2019
Today was a great day in the 546th MP CO. Two of our own, SGT Dollof and SPC Mickens graduated the Marne Leader Developm...
08/08/2019

Today was a great day in the 546th MP CO. Two of our own, SGT Dollof and SPC Mickens graduated the Marne Leader Development Course (MLDC). During the course, SGT Dolloff did such an amazing job that she graduated as the Honor Graduate and she was recognized with a gift. Congratulations to SPC Doloff on this outstanding achievement.
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The M1 Helmet in WW2
07/30/2019

The M1 Helmet in WW2

These pictures were very kindly provided by Alex Meyrath in Luxembourg. Helmet named to Sgt Robert F Rubbert who served with the 819th Military Police Company during the Battle of the Bulge. Born in Indiana in 1921 - Sgt Rubbert died on 12th January 1945 and rests in the Luxembourg American Cemetery.
The helmet was found on a farm in Boevange.
Alex Meyrath collection.

The Yard Sale is set! Please stop by! #Regulators
07/26/2019

The Yard Sale is set! Please stop by!
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Dragoons, Regulators, friends and family. Please come out and support the Company’s Yard Sale. We will be selling a lot ...
07/23/2019

Dragoons, Regulators, friends and family. Please come out and support the Company’s Yard Sale. We will be selling a lot of items for an affordable price. If you would simply like to donate please contact CPT Chris Heyward We look forward to seeing you Friday at BLDG #211

Today we started PT with a Company Ruck March ending it with some Basic Soldier Skills refresher training. Have a safe w...
07/19/2019

Today we started PT with a Company Ruck March ending it with some Basic Soldier Skills refresher training. Have a safe weekend!
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We say farewell to another Regulator. SPC Primera  we wish you well on your future endeavors. #Regulators
07/18/2019

We say farewell to another Regulator. SPC Primera we wish you well on your future endeavors.
#Regulators

Today we recognized a great NCO for his outstanding work as we also bid our farewells. SGT Goodman we wish you well and ...
07/16/2019

Today we recognized a great NCO for his outstanding work as we also bid our farewells. SGT Goodman we wish you well and will see you when you return!
#Regulators

Regulators and Friends, sorry for the wait. The Regulator Review is here!
07/11/2019

Regulators and Friends, sorry for the wait. The Regulator Review is here!

You’re looking at our newest SPC in the company. Congratulations SPC Tobin on your promotion! #Regulators
07/10/2019

You’re looking at our newest SPC in the company. Congratulations SPC Tobin on your promotion!
#Regulators

Congratulations to SSG Berkshire for receiving the South African National Defense Forces (SANDF) Marksmanship Badge! SSG...
07/09/2019

Congratulations to SSG Berkshire for receiving the South African National Defense Forces (SANDF) Marksmanship Badge! SSG Berkshire received the bronze badge with a score of 103/150!
#Regulators

Today the Army retained another fine NCO! Congratulations SGT Jenkins on your reenlistment. #Regulators
07/08/2019

Today the Army retained another fine NCO! Congratulations SGT Jenkins on your reenlistment.
#Regulators

The 546th recognized SPC Falci for his quick reaction and rendering aid while working on the gate, and we would like to ...
06/26/2019

The 546th recognized SPC Falci for his quick reaction and rendering aid while working on the gate, and we would like to congratulate Martinez and Stramel on their promotion to SPC. This is achievement!
#Regulators

Our Soldiers safely arrived ready to compete!
06/25/2019

Our Soldiers safely arrived ready to compete!

Yesterday we attended the BN Hail & Farewell to say goodbye to some leaders and recognize our outstanding Volunteers! Th...
06/21/2019

Yesterday we attended the BN Hail & Farewell to say goodbye to some leaders and recognize our outstanding Volunteers! They all received a Certificate of Appreciation for their contributions to the Regulators SFRG. We appreciate their time and efforts. #Regulators

The company bids farewell to two outstanding officers who have gave a lot to this unit and has made it better than how t...
06/13/2019

The company bids farewell to two outstanding officers who have gave a lot to this unit and has made it better than how they found it. LT Peregory and LT Ellenberg you will be missed. Continue to be great leaders and mentors! #Regulators

Today the Platoon Leaders conducted a platoon leader challenge consisting of various events testing their mental and phy...
06/11/2019

Today the Platoon Leaders conducted a platoon leader challenge consisting of various events testing their mental and physical abilities with a chance to be selected as the CHOSEN platoon! Great job today! #Regulators!

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MP Ball 2019
OPS giving a run down of the Chilli Cookoff! What a spokesperson!
I'm a kayaker who lives on Hilton Head. What do I need to do to kayak on the Canoochee in Fort Stewart? I prefer a reply to [email protected]. Thanks.
I worked AWOL APP with the 546th out of Ft. Sill from 80-81, then Motorpool NCO, NBC NCO,R&U NCO plus normal patrols till I left in 82... oh the joy...lol
Does anyone know who manufacturers the old wooden M.P. NIGHTSTICKS? Thanks!! Former M.P. current LEO. I need 3 for a project.
Could use a little help, I was in the 546th at Ft Sill Oklahoma in 71. Anyone know what shoulder patch and is the crest shown the same from back then ?