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Mar 23rd, 2004, 8:39am
 
SFC John M. Arceneaux of the 64th Military Police Company at Ft. Hood, Texas is researching his unit's history, which includes a tour in the Philippines. He is looking for any information on the 64th Military Police Company (PS) from 1947-1949. He is especially interested in an incident at Lambe Barracks during that period. Anyone with information should contact

John.Arceneux@hood.army.mil

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Re: 64th MP Co. (PS)
Reply #1 - Jun 21st, 2004, 11:38am
 
I'm doing research on the role of the Military Police corp in WWII. Did the Scouts have an MP Unit? If so what information is avaiable on it's duties during the war.

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Reply #2 - Jun 21st, 2004, 11:41am
 
The WWII portion of the National Archives located in College Park, Maryland apparently has some information on the 7th Military Police Bn (PS).  The website for the National Archives is www.nara.gov.  

As you have noted above, SFC John M. Arceneaux of the 64th Military Police Company at Ft. Hood, Texas is researching his unit's history, which includes a tour in the Philippines. He is looking for any information on the 64th Military Police Company (PS) from 1947-1949.  I've sent a copy of your e-mail to him on the chance that he has turned up something.

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