218th Military Police Company in Vietnam
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The 218th MP Co. Military Police Investigators were responsible for investigations supporting the local CID Office in Nha Trang and it's AO. MPs from the 218th MP Co under supervision of the CID Special Agent in Charge were primarily responsible for misdemeanor offenses under the UCMJ. MP Investigators shared office space with the CID on Yersin Street, Nha Trang.
Above: John Scott in uniform and Tom Simmons in civilian clothes at the CID Office entrance in '68. MP Investigators dressed in either uniform or civvies as duty dictated.
Above: Terry Johnson, one of five MP Investigators in Nha Trang in '68.
Above: L to R front: MAJ Anh, Hurd, MPI Bob Wesley. L to R back row, unknown, C.V. Montecello (CID), '68.
<Left: John Scott with CID/MPI LN employees (L - R) Miss Kim, Rinh, Miss Khanh, & Mai, '68.
Right: MPI NCOIC George Y. Sato, '68.
From John Scott's scrapbook, photo taken on stakeout during an MPI/CID investigation of lumber stolen from the US Gov't and sold on the blackmarket to Vietnamese civilians, '68.
L to R: George Sato, Terry Johnson, Willard Nance (CID), & Tom Simmons during a joint briefing, '68.
"Playboy" VN Policeman who worked with MPs and MPI, '68.
L to R: Nichols, Andy Smith (CID Special Agent in Charge), Tanner (kneeling with mascot Cookie), Jewel, & Anderson, CID Office, Yersin St, '69.
L to R: Terry Johnson, Tom Simmons & Liam Louchran (CID) at the entrance to the CID office.
Nha Trang MPI billets were in this plywood structure on the roof of the two story CID office downtown, '68.
Above L to R: Andy Smith, CID Chief, presents John Smith with a plaque at the end of Scott's tour, '69.