KINGSTON-New York Army National Guard Col. Seth L. Morgulas commander of the 369th Sustainment Brigade passes, the guidon to Lt. Col Steven P. Perry the new commander of the 104th Military Police Battalion during a change of command ceremony at the Kingston Armory in Kingston N.Y. on March 6 2021. The 104th Military Police Battalions mission is to provide military support to State and Federal law enforcement agencies.
Mar 08, 2021
NEW YORK-- New York Army National Guard Pvt. Mathew Burke from Mechanicville N.Y.(left), and Pfc. Janelle McKoy from New Windsor N.Y., both assigned to the 104th Military Police Battalion, deliver COVID 19 test kits to a nursing facility in The Bronx N.Y. on May 26 2020. New York National Guard troops produced 350,000 test kits over the Memorial Day weekend to send to nursing homes across the state and delivered supplies to 136 nursing facilities in the Bronx and Queens. New York National Guard members are supporting the multi-agency response to COVID-19.
May 27, 2020
NEW YORK--New York Army National Guard Sgt. Major Nicholas Pardi, a member of the 104th Military Police Battalion, salutes after presenting an American flag during a memorial service for a veteran who died of COVID 19 while a patient at the Javits New York Medical Station erected at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City, on on April 19, 2020. Active military and members of the New York National Guard Military, along with staffers who are prior service military, rendered final honors as his remains were transferred.
Apr 22, 2020
New York-- Gen. James C. McConville, Chief of Staff of the Army, talks to New York Army National Guard Soldier Spec. Dylan Messina, a member of the 104th Military Police Battalion, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, March 29, 2020. New York National Guard Soldiers helped to construct a field hospital in the convention center so it can serve as an alternate care site as part of New Yorks multi-agency response to COVID-19. (Image altered, controlled material obscured)
Mar 30, 2020
CAMP SMITH-- Brig. Gen. Michel Natali, commander of the 53rd Troop Command, New York Army National Guard, hands the battalion colors to Lt. Col. Marshall Hunt, incoming commander of the104th Military Police Battalion during a change of command ceremony at Camp Smith, N.Y., on May 5, 2018. The passing of the colors symbolizes Lt. Col. Marshall assuming command of the unit.
May 16, 2018
FORT DRUM-- New York Army National Guard Private 1st Class Vannesa Rivera a member of the 107th Military Police company goes through a hand-to-hand defense drill after being hit in the face by pepper spray during a training exercise at Fort Drum N.Y. Aug. 4 2014. Members of the battalion spent their annual training going through training which certifies them to conduct law enforcement operations at the Northern New York Army Base.
Aug 27, 2014
KINGSTON, N.Y. -- New York National Guard Soldiers from the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear or High Explosive (CBRNE) Enhanced Response Force Package bring a simulated casualty to the decontamination site here during a domestic operation training exercise Nov. 5. The National Guard members trained alongside city, county and state first responders for a simulated radiological dispersion device, known as a dirty bomb in downtown Kingston.
Nov 05, 2011
POMONA-- New York National Guardsmen practice evacuating the victim of a terrorist attack from a contaminated environment at the Rockland County Fire Training Center here on Saturday, Nov. 20. Almost 500 members of the New York Army and Air National Guard, along with volunteers of the New York Guard, the state defense force participated in the weekend exercise along with civilian first responders. The training event tested the skills of the Guard force that is specially trained to rescue victims from contaminated buildings, decontaminate them, and provide medical treatment, and also exercised New York National Guard command and control systems and logistics.
Nov 21, 2010
Capt. Steven Perry, of Headquarters Detachment, 104th Military Police Battalion from Kingston, N.Y. and part of Task Force 104, checks on his Soldiers and Airmen who are providing security for the 56th Presidential Inauguration held in Washington D.C. Jan. 20. Perry is a team commander providing security and assistance to local authorities for an inaugural that expected more than one million attendees.
Jan 20, 2009
KINGSTON, N.Y. - New York Army National Guard Brig. Gen. Michael Swezey, at left, Commander of the New York Army National Guard's 53rd Troop Command, presents Army Commendation Medals to Spc. Michael Taylor and Spc. Kristen Walker of the 104th Military Police Battalion Headquarters at their Kingston armory on Sunday June 22. The Soldiers, their families, and Kingston-area community gathered for the unit's formal welcome-home Freedom Salute Ceremony to honor the troops for their successful overseas deployment to Iraq from June 2007 until March of 2008. Photo by Maj. James Zucker (RELEASED).
Jun 23, 2008
A Soldier assigned to the New York Army National Guard's 104th Military Police Battalion, based in Kingston, NY, speaks with a NYARNG provider during a re-integration event held at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel, White Plains, N.Y., April 19.
May 06, 2008