MP Soldier uses experience to reach civilian goal

New York Army National Guard Sgt. Joseph Selchick, a military police Soldier with the National Guards 727th Military Police Law and Order Detachment, applied his military skills and experience to graduate from the Rockland County Police and Public Safety Academy in Pomona, New York June 23, 2017. Selchick credits his military service for providing a foundation of experience for his success at the academy. Courtesy photo.

Jul 14, 2017

MPs heading to Fort Bliss

CAMP SMITH-- Soldiers attached to the 727th Military Police Law and Order Detachment New York Army National Guard participate in their farewell ceremony at Camp Smith Training Site Cortlandt Manor NY March 26 2017. Twenty-two Soldiers from the 727th departed for predeployment training at Fort Bliss Texas and are expected to deploy to Afghanistan.

Mar 30, 2017

Soldier Receives Valor Medal

CAMP SMITH, CORTLANDT MANOR, NY -- New York Army National Guard Soldier Sgt. Martin Gonzalez poses after receiving the New York State Medal of Valor in a ceremony here Nov. 17. While working as a police officer for the village of Liberty, N.Y. in 2011, Gonzalez and two other officers helped rescue two people trapped in a collapsed building. The Medal of Valor is presented for acts of valor, heroism, courage or gallantry in either a civilian or a military capacity, and is the highest state award a member of the National Guard can receive. (courtesy photo)

Nov 20, 2013

Back from Baghdad

The long-awaited kiss from Sgt. Daniel Tompkins girlfriend Janice Gloss was waiting for him when 40 Soldiers from the 727th Military Police Liaison Detachment arrived at their Poughkeepsie armory after serving 15 months supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom at Camp Victory Complex, Baghdad, Iraq.

Aug 31, 2007

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