Military Police

SPRING 2016

Military Police contains information about military police functions in maneuver and mobility support, area security, law and order, internment/resettlement, and police intelligence operations.

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Endnotes: 1 Robert D. Schroeder, "Holding the Line in the 21st Centu- ry," 6 November 2014, pp. 5–6, , accessed on 11 Feb- ruary 2016. 2 Ibid, p. 5. 3 Ibid, p. 6. 4 "Remarks by Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh John- son: 'Border Security in the 21st Century'," Center for Strate- gic and International Studies, 9 October 2014, , accessed on 11 February 2016. 5 Schroeder, p 10. 6 Ibid, p. 11. 7 Ibid, p. 10. 8 2012–2016 Border Patrol Strategic Plan, The Mission: Pro- tect , p. 28, , accessed on 11 February 2016. 9 Schroeder, pp. 23–25. 10 Along U.S. Borders, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, p. 2, , accessed on 11 February 2016. 11 Schroeder, p. 11. 12 Ibid, p. 11. 13 Ibid, p. 25. 14 2012–2016 Border Patrol Strategic Plan, p. 19. 15 Schroeder, p. 11. 16 Ibid, p. 11. 17 "Delivering Safety, Security, and Prosperity Through Col- laboration, Innovation, and Integration," Vision and Strat- egy 2020, , March 2015, p. 24, , accessed on 11 February 2016. 18 Schroeder, p. 12. 19 Ibid. p. 21. 20 "Remarks by Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh John- son," p. 35. 21 Ibid, p. 36. National Security Strategy, President of the United States, May 2010, , accessed on 11 Febru- ary 2016. the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Previously, he was a U.S. at Head- quarters, USBP, Washington, D.C. He holds a bachelor's degree in Ohio State University, of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri. 33 Spring 2016 police leaders to the people, processes, and programs that determine strategic direction. Translated into plans and operations at a CCMD, strategic direction results in the employment of military capability and, therefore, directly impacts the Army operating concept, the military police STRATPLAN, and military police Soldiers. Joint military police leaders who serve at a CCMD integrate and synchro- nize Military Police Corps strategy with campaign planning and operations to prompt the positive employment of mili- tary police capabilities. Early exposure to joint assignments during a leader's career timeline results in additional as- signment options and can compel leaders to be more compet- itive during their careers. For the beneft of our profession, the military police STRATPLAN, and individual leader de- velopment, military police leaders must rigorously compete for joint duty assignments. Acknowledgement: Special thanks to Colonel Carl Packer, Chief, Protection Division, J-3 (Operations and Cy- ber) Directorate, AFRICOM, and Lieutenant Colonel Chris- topher Sheffeld, U.S. Air Force Security Forces Offcer, J-34 Division, J-3 Directorate, AFRICOM, for their contributions to the development of this article. Endnotes: 1 Martin E. Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, "America's Military–A Profession of Arms White Paper," 2012. 2 Andrew Tighman, "Force of the Future: Career Flexibility, Fewer Moves," , accessed on 28 January 2016. 3 Dempsey, p. 3. 4 Offce of the Provost Marshal General, Military Police Force 2020 Strategic Plan, , accessed on 9 February 2016. 5 The Joint Staff Offcer's Guide 2000, Joint Forces Staff College Student Text 1, 4th edition, 30 June 2014, p. 2-6. 6 Ibid, p. 2-x. 7 Ibid, p. 2-2. 8 Ibid, p. 2-25. 9 U.S. AFRICOM Command Brief 2015 for Mr. Harman, AFRICOM J-9 Directorate, 20 October 2015. 10 U.S. Africa Command 2015 Posture Statement, , accessed on 28 January 2016. 11 The Joint Staff Offcer's Guide 2000, p. 3-24. 12 Military Police Force 2020 Strategic Plan. 13 Lieutenant Colonel Steven Yamashita, "2015 Regimental Brief to Military Police Leaders on Joint Matters," Human Re- sources Command, Military Police Branch, 21 September 2015. Major Blanchard is an action offcer at AFRICOM, Stuttgart, He holds a bachelor's degree in geography the degree (A&M) University, College Station, Texas.

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