218th Military Police Company in Vietnam
the MP Station
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MP Desk SGT Dick Reiter (Top photo) and SP4 John Stanton, MP Desk Clerk (Left Photo) worked together, in Nha Trang, 1968.
Below: Daniel Keller, Traffic Accident Prevention Section (TAPS) looks over pin map of traffic accident sites, '68.
Above, unknown MP secures detainees in lockup at Camp McDermott, '68.
'BUSY AT THE PMO' SGT Easy (Larry Delach) is at left, Duffy in tee shirt, QC Hanh in middle and Huth at right, '70.
Sandbags fortify the Nha Trang MP Station except for the roof. Everyone counted on Charlie not to be too accurate with those mortars since a direct hit could have been disasterous. "69.
Conex container served as a cell for the most rowdy.
Above: (L-R) Unknown desk clerk and George King, PMO Nha Trang, '69.
Above: Dick Reiter and C.L. Thames working the MP Desk, Nha Trang, '68.
Right: Jim Ritter and 1LT Iliano on duty at the PMO, Nha Trang, '68. >
Jim Sabo, deeply engrossed in a novel, or is that a training manual? '68.
SSG Pat Nueroth, Camp McDermott, '68.
Above: John Coffman at the entrance to the MP Station, Nha Trang, '68.