(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)
Royal Military Police (Volunteers), Gillman Barracks, Singapore in 1963
Written by Rodgé JONES200[Singapore]Pro Coy RMP was the worst mistake of my life. My CO 43rd & 52nd pleaded with me as the then Provost Cpl not to make the transfer. The rest is academic. In my view the RMP are the pits and deserve all that comes to them, they have no compassion or enmity with the soldiers and seek only to fulfil an arrest target which i gladly was NOT party to in any way, hence my demise after only TWO years. I could never forget my role as a Chosen-man.
Royal Military Police (Volunteers), in 1963
Written by Tony StanleyWhen stationed with 247 Berlin) Pro Coy one of my duties was located at Checkpoint Charlie, situated in the American Sector. I was fortunate to be the only RMP NCO on duty at the Checkpoint when the President of the United States, John F Kennedy visited the Berlin Wall. Would have liked to have had photos to record the occasion but so far, no luck.