Corps of Military Police

Fort Leavenworth

About

Built in 1827, Fort Leavenworth was originally established to protect the Santa Fe Trail during the westward expansion of settlers in the early 19th century. It was used as a training camp during the Civil War, although it never came under direct Confederate assault. It was during the late 19th century the installation began what would become its two most well-known functions: as a prison for soldiers, and a school for the training of infantry and cavalry officers. During World War I and II, graduates of the Command and General Staff College included Generals Patton, Bradley and Eisenhower. They, along with numerous others, showed the great strategic value in the school and its curriculum.

Today, in addition the school and the Military Corrections Complex, other tenants of Fort Leavenworth include the US Army's Combined Arms Center and other units of the Army's Training and Doctrine Command.

Mission Statement: 
Our mission is to provide standardized, effective and efficient services, facilities and infrastructure to Soldiers, Families and Civilians for an Army and Nation engaged in persistent conflict.
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Primary Units: 
United States Army Combined Arms Center (CAC)
United States Disciplinary Barracks
Foreign Military Studies Office
Headquarters of the National Guard's 35th Infantry Division (Mechanized)
Battle Command Battle Lab
Schools: 
Command and General Staff College
School of Advanced Military Studies
University of Foreign Military and Cultural Studies
Nearest City: 
Leavenworth
State: 
KS
Country: 
US

Camp Bullis

About
Mission Statement: 
Provide Training Lands, Ranges & Infrastructure in support of military operational and institutional requirements, to enable mission success on the battlefield.
About: 
Established in 1917, Camp Bullis was originally used as a small arms training base for the American Expeditionary Forces sent to Europe to fight in World War I. For World War II the camp had grown, and was used by the 2nd, 88th, and 95th Infantry Divisions for training. In 1977 the Air Force established the Air Force Security Police Training Site at Camp Bullis, and the US Army sends Infantry Medics here (from nearby Fort Sam Houston) to complete their training.
Home to
Primary Units: 
6th Military Intelligence Batallion
321st Military Intelligence Batallion
Schools: 
Soldier Medic Training Site
Combat Casualty Care Course
Army Health Services Basic Officer Leadership Course
Nearest City: 
San Antonio
State: 
TX
Country: 
US

Fort Leonard Wood

About

Fort Leonard Wood, located in the south central Missouri Ozarks, lies on 62,911 acres. The post was created in December 1940 and named in honor of General Leonard Wood, former Chief of Staff and Medal of Honor recipient.

Mission Statement: 
The Maneuver Support Center of Excellence develops Leaders and Warriors; advances Engineer, Military Police, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) and Maneuver Support capabilities to ensure success in the current and future operational environments; sets conditions for training, readiness, deployment, reconstitution, and sustainment of all tenant forces. On order, deploys the 4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade to conduct CBRN Consequence Management operations in support of ARNORTH’s JTF Civil Support.
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Primary Units: 
4th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
1st Engineer Battalion
94th Engineer Battalion
92nd Military Police Battalion
193rd Brigade Support Battalion
Schools: 
Basic Combat Training (BCT)
U.S. Army CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear) School
United States Army Engineer School (USAES)
U.S. Army Military Police School
Offices: 
U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE)
Nearest City: 
St. Robert
State: 
MO
Country: 
US

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