U.S. Army Military Police School
The United States Army Military Police School Trains, Educates, and Develops Military Police Civilians, Soldiers, and Leaders; executes proponent functions; integrates DOTMLPF-P solutions that provide Military Police capabilities enabling maneuver forces across the range of military operations.
As a learning organization, USAMPS is a team of highly skilled, talented, and innovative professionals of character exercising disciplined initiative with shared understanding, to develop and deliver to the Army the best MP Soldiers, Civilians, Leaders, and capabilities for the current fielded force while transforming the MP Corps to support the requirements of the Multi-Domain Operations (MDO) capable force of 2028 and the MDO ready force of 2035.
Mission Priority 1: Drive DOTMLPF Change
- MP Force Modernization
- Protection Proponency
- DoD Peace Officer Standards/Curriculum
- Engage Leaders
Mission Priority 2: Develop Leaders, Soldiers, and Civilians to generate readiness
- Individual, Leader, Collective, and Functional TNG
- LPD Opportunities
- METL Assessments
People Priority 1: Informing and Caring for People
- Maintain a professional, healthy, and safe environment
- Recognize/Reward creativity, innovation, and excellence
- Shape Information Domain
BG Sarah K. Albrycht
A native of Bennington, Vermont, Brigadier General Albrycht entered the United States Army and was commissioned through the Reserve Officer Training Corps as a Distinguished Military Graduate from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1995 where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies. She received her Masters of Policy Management from Georgetown University in 2006 and her Masters of National Strategy from the National War College in 2017.
BG Albrycht’s previous assignments include Platoon Leader, 552nd Military Police Company, Korea; Platoon Leader, 984th Military Police Company, Fort Carson, CO; Assistant Operations Officer, 759th Military Police Battalion, Fort Carson, CO; Provost Marshal, United States Support Group-Haiti; Assistant Operations Officer and Adjutant, 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), Fort Bragg, NC; Company Commander, 65th Military Police Company (Airborne), Fort Bragg, NC; Plans Officer, 16th Military Police Brigade (Airborne), Fort Bragg, NC; Junior Military Assistant for the Honorable Dr. David S.C. Chu the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, Pentagon; Strategic Planner for the Army Provost Marshal General, Pentagon; Operations Officer and Executive Officer, 709th Military Police Battalion, Grafenwoher, Germany, J34; Assessments Deputy Branch Chief, United States Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, CO; Battalion Commander, 5th Military Police Battalion (Criminal Investigations), Kaiserslautern, Germany; Military Police Human Resource Manager for Colonel’s Management, Pentagon; Commander, 6th Military Police Group (CID), Joint Base Lewis-McCord, WA; Chief of Staff of the Army Senior Military Fellow at Center for A New American Security; Executive Officer to the Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G8; Deputy Director, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Division (USACID), Quantico, VA; and Deputy Provost Marshal General (OMPG), Pentagon.
BG Albrycht’s military education includes Senior Service College, Intermediate-Level Education Resident, Joint Planning Course, the Jumpmaster Course, Army Command and General Staff College, Military Police Officer Advanced Course, Military Police Officer Basic Course, and Airborne School.
Her awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (1 OLC), Bronze Star (1 OLC), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (5 OLC), Joint Service Commendation Medal (1 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (4 OLC), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Army Superior Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Ribbon with four campaign stars, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Army Overseas Service Ribbon with Number “5”, NATO Service Medal, Army Staff Identification Badge, Office of the Secretary of Defense Identification Badge, and Senior Parachutist Badge.
COL Kirt R. Boston
COL Kirt Boston was born at Dewitt Army Hospital, FT Belvoir, Virginia in 1973 to a second-generation Army Family. His military career began as an ROTC Cadet at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he was commissioned in 1995 as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps.
COL Boston’s military education includes the Military Police Corps Officer’s Basic and Advanced Courses, Combined Arms Services and Staff School, Naval War College Command and Staff School, Army War College, Joint Forces Staff College JPME II, Air Assault School, Special Reaction Team Training, Hostage Negotiations Course, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (Class 224). He holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from American Military University, a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College, and a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Army War College.
COL Boston’s previous duty assignments include Platoon Leader, 554th MP Company, Stuttgart, Germany; Company Commander, 35th MP Detachment, FT Gordon, Georgia; G-3 Force Manager US Army Europe, Heidelberg, Germany; Assistant XO to the US Army Europe G-3, Heidelberg, Germany; Aide-de-Camp to the Commanding General US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID), FT Belvoir, Virginia; Assistant J-3 Operations DoD Criminal Investigation Task Force, FT Belvoir, Virginia; Deputy Division Provost Marshal 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), FT Drum, New York; Battalion S-3 91st MP Battalion, FT Drum, New York; Battalion XO 91st MP Battalion, FT Drum, New York; Chief of Operations European Command J-3 Antiterrorism Division, Stuttgart, Germany; Commander 793rd MP Battalion, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska; Commander 532nd Engineer Battalion, Joint Base-Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska; Chief of Plans and Policy, Office of the Provost Marshal General, Pentagon, Washington D.C., Deputy Chief of Staff Criminal Investigations Command, Quantico, Virginia, the CJ36 Director of Security and Protection Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve Camp Arifjan, Kuwait; Commander 701st MP Group (CID) USMC Base Quantico, Virginia; the US NORTHCOM Chief of Protection and Homeland Defense (NCJ34) Peterson Space Force Base Colorado Springs, Colorado; and he is currently serving as the 45th Assistant Commandant for the Military Police School FT Leonard Wood, Missouri.
His operational deployments include Bosnia-Herzegovina in support of (ISO) Operation Joint Forge/Guard, two to Iraq ISO Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Kuwait/Iraq/Syria ISO of Operation Inherent Resolve.
COL Boston’s honors and military awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (1st SOLC), Joint Service Commendation Medal (1st OLC), Army Commendation Medal (2nd OLC), Joint Service Achievement Medal (1st OLC), Army Achievement Medal (1st OLC), National Defense Service Medal (2nd Award), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal (2nd Campaign Service Star), Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (1st OLC), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (Numeral 6), NATO Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award (2nd OLC), Meritorious Unit Citation, Army Superior Unit Award, Air Assault Badge, the Army Staff Badge, the Leistunsabzeichen, German Armed Forces Efficiency Badge (Gold), and the Order of the Marechaussee – Silver.
Regimental Chief Warrant Officer
CW4 Angela J. Rulewich
Photo and biography pending.
Regimental Command Sergeant Major
CSM Shawn A. Klosterman
CSM Shawn A. Klosterman is a native of Rapid City, SouthDakota. He entered the Army on September 11, 1996 as part of the delayed entryprogram and attended Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training inSeptember 1996 at Fort Benning Georgia and graduated as an Infantryman. Heagain attended Advanced Individual Training at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri inJanuary 2001 and graduated as a Corrections NCO.
His stateside assignments include Headquarters andHeadquarters Company (HHC), 1/23 and 1/24 Infantry Battalion, Ft Lewis, WA, 67thMP Company, 704th MP Battalion, Ft Lewis, WA, HHC JRCF, 165thMP Company, 705th MP Battalion, and 291st MP Company, 40thMP Battalion, Fort Leavenworth Kansas, HHC, 504th MP Battalion, andHHC, 508th MP Battalion, JBLM WA. His overseas assignments includeHHC, 1/506th Battalion, Camp Greaves, Korea, 249th MP Detachment,Camp Humphreys, Korea, 193rd MP Company, 525th MP Battalion, Cuba.His deployments include HHC, 705th MP Battalion, Camp Taji and CampCropper, Iraq, and, 291st MP Company, 40th MP Battalion,Camp Sabalu-Harrison, Afghanistan.
He has served in many leadership positions, including TeamLeader, Squad Leader, Hostage and Crisis Negotiation NCOIC, SORT NCOIC, WatchCommander, Platoon Sergeant, Battalion Training NCO, Battalion and Brigade S2NCOIC, Company Operations NCO, First Sergeant, Operations Sergeant Major, BattalionCommand Sergeant Major, and previously the Command Sergeant Major for the 18thMP Brigade.
His military and civilian education include PrimaryLeadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course andAdvanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Air Assault School, Airborne School,Hostage and Crisis Negotiations Course, Fitness Leaders Course, Non-LethalWeapons Instructor Course, Combatives Level I/II Course, Advanced SituationalAwareness Course, Action Officer Supervisor and Manager Development Course,Combat Life Saver Course, Senior Enlisted Joint Professional Military EducationCourse, Master Resilience Training Course, Battle Staff Course, First SergeantCourse, and the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy class 66. He has Master’s Degree in Management andOrganizational Leadership from Excelsior College.
His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit,Bronze Star Medal (1 OLC), Meritorious Service Medal (1 OLC), Army CommendationMedal with (1 SOLC), Army Achievement Medal (1 SOLC), Good Conduct Medal (8thAward), National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Service Medal (1Bronze Star), Iraqi Campaign Service Medal (1 Bronze Star), Global War onTerrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, KoreanDefense Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Outstanding VolunteerService Medal, Nato Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professional DevelopmentRibbon (bronze numeral 5), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (bronzenumeral 6), Meritorious Unit Citation (1 Bronze Star), Army Superior UnitAward, Expert Infantry Badge, Air Assault Badge, Airborne Badge, German ArmedForces Badge for Military Proficiency in gold (2nd), the Order ofthe Marechaussee in bronze, the Sergeant Morales and Sergeant Audie MurphyAward.