Military Police Corps Regimental Museum


  • The mission of the U.S. Army Military Police Corps Regimental Museum is to collect and preserve the material history of the Military Police of the U.S. Army from 1775 to present. The museum also promotes the heritage and traditions of the Military Police branch and the values of the U.S. Army to soldiers and civilians through public exhibits, educational programs, and branch training support.

    Reference: AR 870-20, Army Museums, Historical Artifacts, and Art, 11 January 1999 Paragraph 3–2, Objective. a. Army museums, museum activities, and historical collections preserve a portion of the material culture of the United States in accordance with Federal law. These artifacts and works of art belong to the people of the United States, and are used to interpret the Army’s history for the purpose of military training, education, and research. As a side benefit, Army museums foster morale and esprit de corps, and contribute to informing the American people about the Army’s service to the nation.

MP Museum Location: 14296 South Dakota Avenue, Building 1607, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 65473

Hours: 0800-1600, Monday-Friday  
1000-1600 Saturday  
Closed Sundays and During Inclement Weather

For more information visit the USAMPS Regimental Museum Webpage or USAMPS Regimental Museum Facebook page

or email the Museum

We also invite you to visit the USAMPS History Webpage


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