USCOB
US Brigade Commanders Berlin
822nd MP Co.
16th Constabulary Squadron
759th MP BN
287th MP Co.
287th MP Co. BASC/AKA
42nd Military Police Group
6th Infantry Regiment
502nd Infantry Regiment
94th & 320th FA
F. Co. 40th Armor
43rd Chemical Det.
20th Engineer Company
42nd Engineer Company
BBde Duty Train
Spy of FSB

287th MP Co.

GERMAN Version

The original parent organization of the 287th MP Company was activated at Fort Ontario, News York on 5 September 1942 as the 759th MP Battalion. During WW II it saw service in North Africa, Italy, France and Germany. It was assigned to Berlin on 30 September 1945. It remained in Berlin and was reorganized into two seperate MP companys in October 1953. Since that time, , the 287th MP Company has seen continuous service in Berlin. In addition to the usual police finctions, the 287th provides the US contingents at Allied Checkpoints Bravo (Drewitz) and Charlie (Friedrichstrasse) It also provides the guard complement of the US duty Trains during operations between Berlin an the Federal Republic.
From October through December 1992 one Platoon is deployed to Mombasa, Kenya. It is part of "Operation Provide Relief" to provide humanitarian assistance.
In 1993 Squads from the 287th MP Company rotate to Macedonia as part of "Operation Able Sentry".

287th MILITARY POLICE COMPANY

Constituted 12 August 1943 in the Army of the United States as the 287th Military Police Company

Activated 14 August 1943 at Fort Custer, Michigan

Inactivated 25 January 1946 in the Philippine Islands

Allotted 24 August 1953 to the Regular Army

Activated 1 November 1953 in Germany

Inactivated 15 September 1994 in Germany

Activated 17 February 2008 at Fort Riley, Kansas

CAMPAIGN PARTICIPATION CREDIT

World War II
Normandy
Northern France

War on Terrorism
Campaigns to be determined



DECORATIONS

Army Superior Unit Award, Streamer embroidered 1985 – 1987

Army Superior Unit Award, Streamer embroidered 1993 - 1994

BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY:



287th MP





287th MP Co.