NEW YORK-- Soldiers from the 104th Military Police Battalion and the 102nd Military Police Battalion conduct a change of responsibility ceremony on Saturday May 2, to mark the turnover of responsibility for the incident command center at the Javits New York Medical Station The 104th was tasked with organizing the multiagency response that facilitated the building and operation of the JNMYS during the COVID-19 pandemic. The 102ndassumed responsibility of the JNYMS Unified Command and will facilitate operations of the medical station.
May 04, 2020
AUBURN--New York Army National Guard Lt. Col. Monique Foster accepts the colors of the Auburn-based 102nd Military Police Battalion from Colonel Michael Fowler, the commander of the 153rd Troop Command, during change-of-command ceremonies on June 8, 2019.
Jun 12, 2019
LEAVENWORTH--New York Army National Guard Soldiers assigned to the 102nd Military Police Battalion conduct riot control training at Fort Leavenworth K.S. June 7 2018. The Soldiers were conducting joint training with the 705th Military Police Battalion at the at the Joint Regional Corrections Facility at Fort Leavenworth.
Sep 05, 2018
FORT DRUM-- Soldiers of Headquarters Detachment, 102nd Military Police Company, practice reacting in incoming artillery fire (simulated with yellow smoke) while conducting detainee operations at a simulated detention facility here on Friday, June 5. The unit, which specialized in detainee operations, conducted hands on training in detainee operations as part of Annual Training.
Jun 08, 2015
AUBURN-- New York Army National Guard Sgt. Juba Jefferson part of the forward detachment of the 102nd Military Police Battalion speaks with a local media reporter at the units deployment ceremony here July 6. More than 50 Soldiers will deploy to Guantanamo Bay Cuba to support JTF Gitmo later this summer.
Jul 08, 2014
FORT DRUM, N.Y.--New York Army National Guard Soldiers from the Auburn, N.Y.-based 102nd Military Police Battalion react to direct fire and prepare to assault the enemy during a pre-mobilization training fight lane exercise Sunday, May 11 at Fort Drum.
May 14, 2014
AUBURN, NY -- Maj. Michael Fowler (middle left) hands the 102nd Military Police Battalion colors to Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas Ciampolillo, the battalion sergeant major (middle, right) after assuming command of the New York Army National Guard battalion during a change-of-command ceremony here Sept. 8. During the ceremony, Col. James Pabis, the commander of the 153rd Troop Command (left), passed the colors from outgoing commander Lt. Col. Arthur Zegers (right) to Fowler, signifying the change of responsibility and authority for the battalion from one commander to another. Traditionally the unit’s colors marked the location of the commander on the battlefield, and the ceremony allowed the Soldiers to know who their commander was. (photo courtesy of the 102nd Military Police Battalion)
Sep 10, 2013
LONG BEACH-- New York Army National Guard Soldiers pass out emergency food rations to local residents here during a Point Of Distribution mission on Monday, Nov. 5. More than 3,300 New York National Guard Soldiers, as well as 800 Soldiers and Airmen from the National Guards of Pennsylvania, Deleware, Ohio, and Massachusetts are on hand to aid residents, along with federal troops in a the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Nov 06, 2012
AUBURN--Lt. Col. Arthur Zegers receives the colors of the 102nd Military Police Battalion from Col. Reginald Sanders, commander of the 153rd Troop Command during change of command ceremonies at the New York State Armory here on Oct. 16. The battalion is the headquarters for the 206th, 107th, 105th and 222nd Military Police Companies.
Nov 03, 2010
AUBURN - Lt. Col. Reginal Sanders, the commander of the 153rd Troop Command "unfurls the colors" of the 102nd Military Police Battalion prior to presenting them to the battalion commander, Lt. Col. Marting Dinan during the battalion activation ceremony, Sunday October, 18. The Auburn-based battalion headquarters will provide command and control to Military Police companies. Photo by Ssgt. Kevin Abbott, JFHQ
Oct 19, 2009
GLOVERSVILLE-- New York Army National Guard Lt. Col. Martin Dinan, commander of the Auburn-based 102nd MP Company accepts the Guidon of the New York National Guard unit specially trained to deal with victims of chemical, biological, radiological, and high-yield explosive attacks from Brig. Gen. Patrick Murphy during a Transition of Authority (TOA) ceremony at the New York State Armory here. Dinan's MP battalion has taken over command and control responsibilities, and the responsibility for providing soldiers to man the unit's decontamination line from the 2nd Battalion 108th Infantry. The members of Company C., based in Gloversville, formerly manned the decontamination line. Murphy, the Director of Joint Forces, presided over the TOA ceremony. Called a CERF-P, the acronym for for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High Yield Explosive (CBRNE) Enhanced Response Force Package, the New York unit is one of 17 in the country and one of three that has been validated. The unit has trained with the Fire Department New York, as part of their training.
Jan 11, 2009
FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. - New York National Guard Soldiers conduct their Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Explosion Emergency Response Force (CERF-P) validation training here on Oct. 22 by responding to a simulated casualty. Behind the training teams are the CERF-P decontamination tents where the injured are taken to begin the individual decontamination process. The CERF-P consists of the 102nd Military Police Battalion, 105th MP Company, the New York Guard, and airman of the Air National Guard.
Oct 22, 2008