From the MPRA President — CSM (R) Dorsey L. Newcomb

CSM-(R)-Dorsey-L.-NewcombOn behalf of our nearly 8,100 members worldwide welcome to the Military Police Regimental Association’s official website. The MPRA is a non-profit organization that promotes the history and preserves the traditions of the Military Police Corps Regiment while supporting Military Police Leadership, Soldiers and families Army wide. I encourage you to bookmark our site as one of your favorites and ask that you to visit us often. There are many benefits to being a member of the MPRA and we hope our website helps tell that story along with our quarterly publication of the Dragoon, the official magazine of the Military Police Regimental Association.

The MPRA is the Military Police Corps Regiments premier Military Police professional organization which is fully aligned with the Army and Military Police Corps visions and recognized as relevant by Military Police Leaders, Soldiers and Families throughout the Regiment. Over the past several years we have maintained our relevance through several very successful programs.

Our Benevolent Fund has provided over $140,000 in grants to Military Police Soldiers and families in times of need and we have provided $178,300 in scholarships to 206 family members. We have also invested over $750,000 in our Regiment’s Memorial Grove and the Museum where we commemorate those who have served and sacrificed. Our association continues to engage in national level sponsorship and outreach with longstanding friends of the Regiment such as the National Law Enforcement Explorers Academy, the Combined Federal Campaign and the Special Olympic Programs. All of these endeavors are made possible through the strength of our individual members and our corporate sponsors.

Our membership is open to active duty Soldiers, National Guard and Reserve component Soldiers, retired Soldiers, and those who have ever served as a Military Policeman or worked in a civilian law enforcement capacity.

We always welcome your feedback on how we can continue to remain relevant as a national organization in support our Regiment. We want you as Leaders, Soldiers and family members to remain or become active members in the MPRA. We hope you will do so because you proudly recognize that our organization exists to give back to our Regiment. The future of our organization and the strength of our programs are driven by our membership and therefore I humbly challenge you to help us grow our membership.

Please connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. We look forward to hearing from you.

CSM (R) Dorsey L. Newcomb

President, Military Police Regimental Association

National Board of Directors

National Board of Directors

National Board of Directors

CSM (R) Dorsey Newcomb – President
COL (R) Tony Zabek – Vice President
CSM (R) Mike True
RCSM (R) Jeff Butler
CSM (R) Tony McGee
CW3 (R) Ron Mullihan
SGM (R) Don Rose
COL (R) Wade Dennis
CSM (R) Roger Macon
1SG (R) Dave Ross
COL (R) Charles Williams
CSM Rebecca Myers

Senior Advisory Council

BG (R) Stephen Curry
BG (R) Rodney Johnson
RCSM (R) James Barrett
RCSM (R) Charles Kirkland

Past Board of Directors Presidents

SGM (R) Don Rose  Oct 2010 – Sep 2014
CSM (R) Tony McGee  Oct 2008 – Sep 2010
CSM (R) Mike True  Jul 2005 – Sep 2008
CSM (R) Dan Rimmer  Oct 2004 – Jun 2005
CSM (R) Merle Jones  Oct 2000 – Sep 2004
COL (R) Joe Rapone  Oct 1998 – Sep 2000

Ex-Officio Members (Non-Voting)

Mr. Rick Harne, Executive Director, MPRA
Ms. Beth Bellerby, Executive Assistant, MPRA
Mr. Jim Rogers, MP Museum Director
Mrs. Erin Kaberline, Marketing / Communications Advisor

Local Chapters — Get Involved!

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Rio Grande, Fort Bliss, Texas

Golden State – Fairfield, California
President: CSM Andreaus Williams
Vice President: MAJ Eric Sharyer
Secretary: MAJ Dillon Haynes
Treasurer: 1SG Richard Gibson-Deployed
Acting Treasurer: SGT Jennifer Munn
Retired NCO:CSM(R) Nelson Reyes

Yellowhammer – Prattville, Alabama
President: SGM Roger Murray
Vice President: CSM Jimmy Patrick
Secretary: SGM Carl Tarver
Treasurer: MSG John Price
Executive Committee: 1SG(R) Ken Pierce, LTC James Lake, LTC Bobby Collins, MAJ Stewart Robbins, SFC Jeremy Mitchell

First Corps of Cadets – Lexington, Massachusetts

Rainier (Fort Lewis) – JBLM, Washington
President: MAJ Derrick Swim
Vice President: SGM Steven Hahn
Secretary: SGM Ted Fisher
Treasurer: 1LT David Sperry
Historian/Public Affairs: 1LT Dashawna Jimerson

Rhode Island
President: CSM(R) Tom Rezendes
Vice President: COL(R) Mike Fitzpatrick
Secretary: CSM(R) Ray Funaro
Treasurer: LTC(R) David Brindamour

Tennessee Nashville Area
President: Darrin Haas
Vice President:
Secretary: Russ Newbill
Treasurer: Hank White

Ozark – Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
President: Casaundra Strickler
Public Affairs: Steven Strickler

Pike’s Peak, Fort Carson, Colorado

Mile High, Denver, Colorado
President: Wesley J. Kvasnicka
Vice President: Joe Thill
Secretary: Isaac Martinez
Treasurer: Laura Van Gilder

Las Vegas, Nevada
President: Keith Rogers

Coastal Empire, Fort Stewart, Georgia
President: CSM Michael Robledo
Vice President: SGM Thomas Buettner
Secretary: 1SG Gary Watford
Treasurer: SFC Samuel Larregui

Fort Hood, Texas
President: SFC Pablo Picacio
Vice President: Mrs. Jessica Blaisdell
Secretary: MSG Cari Rajewski
Treasurer: CPT Cory Chatigny
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Hoosier, Indianapolis, Indiana
President: Jesse Carlton
Secretary: Ashley Westfall

Bayou – Fort Polk, Louisiana

Flint Hills, Fort Riley, Kansas
President: Dominic Barnes

Morning Calm, Korea
President: CSM Michael Jeanes
Vice President:
Treasurer: 1LT James Loxsom