COL Robert R. Arnold Jr.         CSM Paul P. DeSanto

                                   Commander                Command Sergeant Major


The 14th Military Police Brigade transforms civilians into disciplined and physically fit Soldiers of character; trains and educates law enforcement professionals to enable Military Police support to Large Scale Combat Operations and Multi-Domain Operations


Task Organization

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 Headquarters Company, 14th Military Police Brigade

Basic Military Police Training Division

701st Military Police Battalion

787th Military Police Battalion

795th Military Police Battalion

43rd AG Reception Battalion

Information regarding Military Police Training
Military Police Basic & Advanced Individual Training (31B - MP OSUT)
Basic Military Police Course (31B Reclassification)
Corrections and Detention Course (31E)


Telephone Directory

Graduation Information

Foreign National Visitors Information

Fort Leonard Wood Installation Pass Application   /  Instructions for Pass Site


History of the 14th Military Police Brigade

    The 14th Military Police Brigade played a major role in the defense of freedom since it was first activated as the 14th Military Police Group in Mannheim, Germany on 25 June 1965. The Group was reorganized 10 June 1968 at Fort Meade, Maryland to provide support to the nation’s capital until it was reactivated and returned to Germany as the 14th Military Police Group at Moehringen, Germany on 16 November 1981. It was reorganized and redesignated as the 14th Military Police Brigade on 16 August 1985 at Wilkin Kaserne, Kornwestheim, Germany.

    The Brigade, comprised of the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, the 385th Military Police Battalion in Kornwestheim, and the 793rd Military Police Battalion in Nurnberg, supported VII (US) Corps with a powerful force ready to conduct rear combat operations, battlefield circulation control, prisoner of war operations and war-time law enforcement. The Brigade also provided trained military police for peacetime force protection in the thirteen military communities of the VII (US) Corps. The Brigade deployed with one battalion to Saudi Arabia in December 1990 in support of Operation Desert Shield while its remaining units worked with the Polizei and Feldjaegers to provide security for the soldiers and families left in Germany. When Operation Desert Storm commenced in January 1991, the Brigade commanded 21 units of active and reserve forces – 2,800 soldiers – until redeployed in May 1991. It was then inactivated at Kornwestheim, Germany on 17 March 1992 and reorganized at Mannheim, Germany on 18 March 1992 as the command and control headquarters for the 95th and 97th Military Police Battalions.

    The 14th Military Police Brigade was later inactivated on 15 September 1994 at Mannheim, Germany. On 1 October 1999, as part of the move of the Military Police Corps Regiment from Fort McClellan, Alabama the Brigade was reactivated at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. In 1999, 14th Military Police Brigade contained the 701st Military Police Battalion, the 787th Military Police Battalion and the 795th Military Police Battalion. On 15 January 2007 to accommodate the surge of Soldiers the 796th Military Police Battalion was activated. The 796th Military Police Battalion was inactivated shortly after on 17 December 2008. On 24 May 2018, the 1st Battalion, 58th Infantry Regiment was reactivated at Fort Leonard Wood and assigned to the 14th Military Police Brigade to conduct basic combat training in support of the Army’s end strength increase.  Yearly the Brigade trains thousands of Soldiers where it proudly upholds its motto, “Forge the Regiment”.


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Bde Staff Duty (Cell) (573) 842-8930 (DSN) 573-596-0424


Permanent Party PCS to Fort Leonard Wood

  • When you arrive sign in from leave at Dillard Hall, Bldg 470, 140 Replacement Ave. New Soldiers will start the “Arrive Strong” program the following duty day. The “Arrive Strong” program is a seven day installation in-processing program for all permanent party Soldiers.

    For more information email the 14th MP Bde