Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 193rd Military Police Battalion (Internment and Resettlement [I/R]) was organized 1 September 2007 in the Colorado Army National Guard at Denver, Colorado with detachments at Fort Carson, Colorado and Canon City, Colorado. As one of the new Modification Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) HHC MP BNs (I/R), the primary roles of the HHC 193 MP BN (I/R) are:
· Provide command, staff planning, administration, and logistical support to operate an I/R facility for Enemy Prisoners of War (EPW), Civilian Internees or US military prisoners.
· Provide Operational Control (OPCON) of assigned and attached units.
· Supervise battalion functions (personnel, medical, supply and food services).
HHC 193 MP BN (I/R) was alerted in November 2008 for mobilization and deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. The unit received the activation orders on 14 April 2009, with a report date to Fort Bliss, Texas on 2 February 2010. Planning, coordination for training, and validation began immediately for the purpose of meeting the Commander’s Intent of the unit’s certification on all Army Warrior Tasks, Battle Drills and 1st Army Mobilization Requirements.
The 193rd MP Bn. is located at the Denver armory in northern Denver (Globeville). Within it's ranks, you will find the S-1 (Personnel), S-3 (Operations) and S-4 (Supply and Logistics) sections who are committed to giving their units 100% as well as two Detachments: an Internment and Resettlement Companies. The immediate higher headquarters for them is 89th Troop Command, a Brigade Command co-located at the Denver Armory. To contact the 193rd, call 720-250-2782.
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