US Army Military Police Corps Museum, Fort Leonard Wood

4.5
#2 of 6 in Museums in Pulaski County
The U.S. Army Military Police Corps Regimental Museum's main mission is to focus on the American Military Police Soldier and the Military Police Branch history by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting historic artifacts.

We are interested in original uniforms, headgear, insignia, and equipment of any time period with documented Military Police provenance (history/origin), preferably to an authenticated Soldier. In addition to Military Police units other organizations of interest include the Veteran's Reserve Corps (Civil War), Provost Guard units (Civil War), the Philippine Constabulary (1901-1917), the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command and its units, and the U.S. Constabulary.
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  • Please go and see this museum! No charge to get in, they close everyday at about 3:00! Go and see the relics and all the pictures! You will need at least three hours to see this place. They also...  more »
  • The exhibits give to you a close and realistic experience of the US Army Military Police Corps. Soldiers and officers walk about the installation near the Museums, as they continue their classroom...  more »

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