Sergeant Major Reginald Cole - Army

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On behalf of the Commandant of the United States Army Military Police School and Chief of the. Military Police Corps Regiment, it is with great pride that the ...
On behalf of the Commandant of the United States Army Military Police School and Chief of the Military Police Corps Regiment, it is with great pride that the United States Army Military Police Corps Regiment announces our 2014 inductees into the Military Police Corps Hall of Fame - Congratulations to: Chief Warrant Officer Five Steven T. Okolovitch Sergeant Major Reginald Cole Sergeant First Class Robert Keiser Chief Warrant Officer Five Steven T. Okolovitch selflessly devoted himself to the accomplishment of the United States Army Military Police mission by his tenacity, energy, and hard work. He was a tireless teacher, coach, and mentor of subordinates. His accomplishments included millions of dollars of seized illegal drugs and the recovery of untold millions of dollars in United States Government property. His consistent exceptional duty performance and unparalleled achievements were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command and the Military Police Corps Regiment. Sergeant Major Reginald Cole for over 37 years of military and civil service he has contributed immeasurably to the success of the Military Police Corps Regiment, the United States Army, and the Department of Defense. Mr. Cole displays exemplary conduct and his reputation of impeccable character was forged during a distinguished 27 year career as a Military policeman, culminating in 2004, and highlighted by his tenure as the Commandant, Maneuver Support Center Noncommissioned Officer Academy and Drill Sergeant School. In his current position as Deputy Director of Training and Education for the United States Army Military Police School, Mr. Cole leads the training, training development, and training support for over 50,000 Military Police Soldiers and Department of the Army Civilian Police, across all three components (Active Duty, National Guard, Army Reserve) and including our sister services and international partners. Sergeant First Class Robert Keiser, known as “Cowboy Bob”, was born 1 October 1934, growing up living a hard life in the Mohave Desert area of California, becoming a cow-puncher (cowboy) and rodeo star. He spent his entire military career 1944-1965 in the Military Police Corps and Criminal Investigation Division, serving in Both World War II and the Korean War where he was credited with saving hundreds of men and a large part of the 2nd Infantry Division when it was trapped in North Korea on 30 November 1950, for which he was recommended for the Medal of Honor. They will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on 24 SEP 14 at 1100 followed by a photo unveiling in the Military Police Corps Regimental Museum. The Military Police Corps Regimental Hall of Fame has been inducting members since 1992 -we congratulate the 3 new inductees for 2014. To attend the ceremony, please contact: MSCoE Protocol, Kirk Hanshew at 573-563-8070.

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