Michael F. Tarman

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Michael F. Tarman

Colonel Michael F. Tarman was commissioned a Military Police Officer upon graduation from the Officer Candidate School Class 19-67, 31 March 1966. His first duty assignment was as Executive Officer, 20th Military Police Company, Okinawa, Japan. | His subsequent duty assignments include:  Supply Officer/S-4, 96th Military Police Battalion, Okinawa, Japan;  Platoon Leader, 25th Military Police Company, Tay Minh, Vietnam;  Company Commander, 25th Military Police Company, Cu Chi, Vietnam;  Provost Marshal, Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma, Arizona; Station Commander, Baumhoulder Military Community, Baumholder, Germany;  Company Commander, Company A, 94th Military Police Battalion, Baumholder, Germany;  Security Inspector, Field Command, Defense Nuclear Agency; Albuquerque, New Mexico;  Group S-2, 501st Military Intelligence Group, Yongsan, Korea;  Deputy Provost Marshall, United States Army Field Artillery Center, Fort Sill, Oklahoma;  Chief, Security Studies Branch, United States Army Military Police School, Fort McClellan, Alabama; Chief, Concept and Studies Division, United States Military Police School, Fort McClellan, Alabama;  Battalion Commander, 795th Military Police Battalion, Fort McClellan, Alabama;  Chief, Special Weapons Branch and Chief, Physical Security Division, Office of the Provost Marshall, United States Army Europe, Mannheim, Germany; and Deputy Provost Marshall, Office of the Provost Marshall, United States Army Europe, Mannheim, Germany.

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Graduated From
Fort Benning, Georgia
Key Assignment
Deputy Provost Marshall | Office of the Provost Marshall | United States Army Europe | Mannheim, Germany
Highest Award
Year Inducted
Branch Of Service
Military Police

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