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<br /> One of the signs of the Border P




Sgt Harry F. Miller



SFC Stan Polny
Dedicated to my friends, (top) Sgt Harry F. Miller, HQ Troop, 2nd
Constabulary Regt, (bottom) SFC Stan Polny, HQ Troop, 24th Constabulary
Sq,  all my buds in Outpost 8, and to all Constabulary veterans 
One of the signs of the Border Patrol road block is on the American-Russain
Zone line in the vicinity of Hof, Germany. At points such as this the
Constabulary will erect road barriers aloing this line and closely supervise
any persons or vehicles crossing the boundary. The checkered hut in the
background is the Russian guard hut and the vehicles in teh foreground are
property of the 28th Constabulary Sq, who will officially take over the
Border installations on July 1, 1946. NARA 247672
MP Pfc. Clem Morris checks a trip ticket of 1st Lt. Charles W. Parker as
driver T-5 Sonnie Mitchell, sits behind the wheel at the main gate of the
10th Constabulary Regt. No one, regardless of rank, passes without proper
authority. NARA 235904

Pvt. Gus Jones and T-5 Robert Pippin, a two-man Russian Border Patrol, were
members of the 3rd Constabulary Regiment Horse Platoon in Morles, Germany,
December 4, 1946. NARA 275014

T-5 Alfred Burt goes throught the qualifcation course during training held
by the 16th Constabulary Sq (Sep) Horse Platoon in Grunewald Foresr, Berlin,
7 May 1948.  NARA 300494
In this rare
color slide, the Constabulary troopers in the jeep are part of the 1st
Constabulary Bde Air Section. Courtesy of T/Sgt E.L. Donelson
In this rare color slide, these Constabulary troopers are part of the 1st
Constabulary Air Section at the airfield. Courtesy of T/Sgt E.L.
Donelson       



Horse Platoon of either the 22nd or 24th Sq. Credit Sam Cox. General I.D. White 1950 Lt. Egger

54th Constabulary Engineer Bn.
(Lt. Egger was KIA Korea.)


 
Lt. Frank H Short
820th Military Police Company
Courtesy of S.
Atwell
Lt. Frank H Short
820th Military Police Company
Courtesy of S. Atwell