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18th Military Police Brigade
18th Military Police Brigade From escortin mini-skirted singers to guarding military points, from patrolling the streets of Hue to keeping the highways of the Delta open, the role of the 18th Military Police Brigade in the Republic of Vietnam is diversified. Established on May 20, 1966, and sent to South Vietnam on Sept. 26, 1966, the Brigade controls all non-divisional MPs from the DMZ down to the middle of the Delta. It is the command element for two MP groups, seven MP battalions, seven infantry companies, a criminal investigation group and a transportation company river patrol boat. The 18th MP Brigade has been used in a combat support role in addition to its normal police function. In this combat support role the MPs provide convoy escorts, highway and bridge security, refugee and detainee evacuation and traffic control. The 18th MP Brigade also has control of a 22-square-mile area as its own tactical area of responsibility. This responsibility covers not only military operations but also civic action programs.

18th Military Police Brigade and other MP Links
  18th Military Police Brigade

18th Military Police Brigade "Ever Vigilant"

18th Military Police Brigade History

18th Military Police Brigade, Shoulder Sleeve Insignia and Distinctive Unit Insignia

The Classic 18th Military Police Brigade Ring

US Army MP's in Vietnam 1962-75

18th Military Police Brigade in Vietnam 1970

720th Military Police Battalion Reunion Association, Inc.

Tom McKeon
1968-69 "A" Company
720th M.P. Bn.
18th M.P. Bde.

720th Military Police Battalion History

History of 630 Military Police Company

Military Police of the Vietnam War

Military Police Association

212th Military Police Sentry Dog Company, Long Binh, Vietnam

504th Military Police Battalion in Vietnam

The 127th Military Police Company Vietnam Photo Album

Big J's 54th MP Det. and Veteran's Memorial

Foreign Military Police Links

Website Deticated to SFC Dallas Reese Pridemore, POW/MIA, Company D, 87th Infantry, 95th MP Battalion, 18th MP Brigade

U.S. Army Military Police Saigon

Vietnam...A Daughter Wants to Know.

Vietnam Casualty Statistics

Broken Promises 1973-1975

Please visit
Jim's tribute to the MPs of the Vietnam War

18th Military Police Brigade, Units

information gathered on the internet, by Jerry Wallce
regarding different MP units that at one time or the other had MPs serving on Army PBRs

716th MP Battalion

Vietnam War Photographs

48th 504th Military Police Battalion Assoc., Inc Reunion

Dean's 504th Military Police Alumni Association

Military Police Links, MP Companies, MP Battalions, & Brigades, and Military Police Around the World

The Talon On-line Magazine

The General Delta Discussion

716th Military Police Battalion,...More 716th Military Police Battalion History

66th Military Police Company Linieage and Honors Information

Photo of the Turkey Tavern was the 66th MPs Club.

127th MP Company (Vietnam)

The TET Offensive - 1968

POW/MIA SFC Dallas Reese Pridemore, Report with Details

212th Military Police Company (Sentry Dog) History

The Military Police Homepage,, Names List Page 1

The Military Police Homepage,, Names List Page 2

177th Military Police Detachment

Military Police History from 1962, Combat Military Police

458th Transportation Company (PBR) Forums (POC's)

Named Campaigns - Vietnam

Guest Book
  They have fixed the 18th Military Police Brigade Guest Book on the Bottom of this page, But I am leaving this guest book here just in case...
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E-mail Recieved
  From:James "Limey" Walker

I know I will not change history but the info on the 218th MP Company is wrong.
We arrived by troop ship in Jan 1967 and although originally were supposed to be assigned in Nha Trang this did not happen.
We were assigned to Camh Rahn Bay.
We had one platoon which was sent to Dalat and another 2 platoons were sent to Phan Rang.
The other two stayed put!!
I stayed with the 218th until May 67 and transferred to the 1/101st MP Platoon.
I left them a week later and went to the 1/101 LRRP Detachment.
James "Limey" Walker
Author: Fortune Favors The Bold
Also served with the 218th in the Dominican Republic.

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