Military Police Corps Memorial Grove
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri

~ 720th Military Police Battalion Reunion Association History Project ~
This Page Last Updated 13 September 2006

     The Regimental Military Police Memorial Grove is located at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, the Army's location for the Maneuver Support Center, and he home of the Military Police Corps Regiment.

     Originally established at Fort Gordon, Georgia in 1969, the memorial consisted of a single plaque that read, "In Fervent Hope that Our Fallen Comrades will Never be Forgotten."

     The memorial was moved to Fort McClellan, Alabama in October 1976, In September 1999, the Memorial Grove was moved to its present location.

     Today, the Regimental Military Police Memorial Grove houses 25 additional plaques and a separate memorial in honor of Brigadier General David H. Stem. These plaques serve to recognize discontinued Military Police units that conducted various operations around the world.

MP Corps
720th
18th Brigade
89th Brigade
615th
MP Corps

The Regimental Military Police Memorial is dedicated to all members of the Military Police Corps who gave their lives to further the Military Police mission world-wide and to preserve the freedom of our country.

It consists of a large stage area with a handsome brick facade to its rear making it ideal for graduation exercises, orientation classes, rites of passage ceremonies, chapel service and memorial services.

If your unit served under the 720th MP Battalion and its plaque at the Memorial Grove is not displayed on this page, please feel free to send one to the History Project Manager via any email link on this website.

Memorial Grove Walkway, laser inscribed bricks honoring, MP members, units, groups, associations.


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