The mission of the Military Police Regimental Association is to promote the history and preserve the traditions of the Military Police Corps Regiment while supporting Military Police Leadership, Soldiers and Families Army wide.
Connecticut's Police Officer Standards and Training Council (POST) has approved a comparative certification for Military Police. It is similar to if a certified police officer from another state were to come to CT and was [...]
The application window for the 2020 Military Police Corps Excellence in Education MPRA Scholarship is now open. The deadline for this year's scholarship is October 31, 2020. This scholarship was created through a partnership formed [...]
The 716th MP BN would like to have a reunion of all former peacekeepers the day before our the Battalion Regimental Ball which will be held on October 16, 2020. During the ball in Hopkinsville, [...]
MPRA Gives Back
The MPRA Benevolent Fund is dedicated to provide financial relief to members and retirees of the Military Police Corps Regiment and Soldiers or civilians working in support of the Military Police Corps Regiment in times of need. Established in 2007, the MPRA is proud of the fact that over $160,000 has been distributed to date. Membership is not a requirement to benefit from this program but it is strongly encouraged. Leaders at all levels are encouraged to take advantage of the fund whenever they have exhausted all means to financially support Soldiers and family members in times of need. The Benevolent Fund is one of the many ways that the MPRA supports Soldiers around the world every day.
Military Police Regimental Walkway
The Military Police Regimental Walkway and Memorial Grove has come a long way over the years. You can visit the Grove just about any time of the day and you will see people of all ages paying homage to our Regiment’s heroes as well as all MP’s past, present and future. The Memorial Grove contains 3 statues that are significant to the Regiment. The first is a bronze crossed pistol archway that has become known as the “Gateway to the Regiment.” The second is a 10-foot high bronze replica of the World War II era MP Soldier who is directing traffic on the battlefield in the “Of the Troops and For the Troops” art piece. The third is the Marechaussee on Horseback overlooking Memorial Grove.
The Scholarship Program awards scholarships annually to children and spouses of standard MPRA members. Students may be enrolled, or planning to enroll, in an accredited college or university in a program of undergraduate and graduate studies. The program was established in 2006 with the purpose of providing educational tools to the family members of the Military Police Corps Regiment. We have awarded $318,800 to over 300 family members to continue their educational goals to date. The MPRA Scholarship Program is made possible through generous contributions from friends of the MPRA and from proceeds from a variety of fundraising efforts.
Promote the history and preserve the traditions of the Military Police Corps Regiment while supporting Military Police Leadership, Soldiers and Families Army wide.
The premier Military Police professional organization which is fully aligned with the Army and Military Police Corps current and future visions and recognized as relevant by Military Police Leaders, Soldiers and Families throughout the Regiment.
Serve Military Police Leaders, Soldiers, and Families with dignity, respect, responsibility and stewardship of our resources with integrity, transparency and accountability.