Army Pfc. Sam W. Huff Died April 18, 2005 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 18, of Tucson, Ariz.; assigned to the 170th Military Police Company, 504th Military Police Battalion, 42nd Military Police Brigade, Fort Lewis, Wash.; died April 18 in Baghdad of injuries sustained April 17 when an improvised explosive device detonated near her Humvee in Baghdad.

Army Pfc. Sam W. Huff Died April 18, 2005 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 18, of Tucson, Ariz.; assigned to the 170th Military Police Company, 504th Military Police Battalion, 42nd Military Police Brigade, Fort Lewis, Wash.; died April 18 in Baghdad of injuries sustained April 17 when an improvised explosive device detonated near her Humvee in Baghdad.

Army PFC. Sam W. Huff, 18, of Tucson, Arizona. Died April 18, 2005, serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Assigned to 170th Military Police Company, 504th Military Police Battalion, 42nd Military Police Brigade, Fort Lewis, Washington. Died in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries sustained April 17 when an improvised explosive device detonated near her vehicle.

Army PFC. Sam W. Huff, 18, of Tucson, Arizona. Died April 18, 2005, serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Assigned to 170th Military Police Company, 504th Military Police Battalion, 42nd Military Police Brigade, Fort Lewis, Washington. Died in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries sustained April 17 when an improvised explosive device detonated near her vehicle.

Army Pfc. Katie M. Soenksen  Died May 2, 2007 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom  19, of Davenport, Iowa; assigned to the 410th Military Police Company, 720th Military Police Battalion, 89th Military Police Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas; died May 2 in Baghdad of wounds sustained when an improvised explosive device detonated near her vehicle.

Army Pfc. Katie M. Soenksen Died May 2, 2007 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 19, of Davenport, Iowa; assigned to the 410th Military Police Company, 720th Military Police Battalion, 89th Military Police Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas; died May 2 in Baghdad of wounds sustained when an improvised explosive device detonated near her vehicle.

While the Military Police Corps achieved permanent status in the U.S. Army on September 26, 1941, its traditions of duty, service, and security date back to the Revolutionary War.  Join us in wishing the United States Army Military Police Corps Regiment a Happy 71st Birthday!

While the Military Police Corps achieved permanent status in the U.S. Army on September 26, 1941, its traditions of duty, service, and security date back to the Revolutionary War. Join us in wishing the United States Army Military Police Corps Regiment a Happy 71st Birthday!

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