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All MP brigade flags are the same, with just the patch in the center
Dave Fowler, 28 January 2017
image by Tom Gregg, 31 May 1998
Organizational Flag, 18th Military Police Brigade. Green and yellow are the MP branch colors. The 18th MP Brigade is an Active Army unit stationed in Germany. Its subordinate units consist of two MP battalions and a number of companies, detachments, etc.
Tom Gregg, 31 May 1998
image by GS19, 28 January 2017
Image based on
GS19, 28 January 2017
image by Tom Gregg, 19 September 1998
86th Military Police Group. Green and yellow are the branch colors of the Corps of Military Police. The 86th Military Police Group served in Vietnam and was inactivated in the 1970's.
Tom Gregg, 19 September 1998
image by Tom Gregg, 7 February 2002
The 260th Military police Command is a unit of the District of Columbia Army National Guard. As a numbered, branch-oriented command organized under a Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE), the 260th is authorized an organizational
flag in branch colors with the authorized shoulder sleeve insignia (SSI) in proper colors centered. MP branch colors are green and yellow, so the flag has a green field with yellow fringe. The 260th's SSI is based on the coat of arms of
George Washington, with an upright sword symbolizing readiness and the scales of justice symbolizing the MP mission.
Tom Gregg, 7 February 2002