Robert L. Baldwin
Colonel Robert L. Baldwin was commissioned a Military Police Officer upon graduation from Officer Candidate School Class 20-69, 20 June 1969. His first duty assignment was as Platoon Leader, 519 Military Police Battalion, Fort Meade, Maryland. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Platoon Leader/Staff Officer, 95th Military Police Battalion, Republic of Vietnam; Provost Marshal, Udorn Detachment, Udorn, Thailand; Commander, 981st Military Police Company, Srmesan, Thailand; Military Police Branch Advisor, Readiness Group-Atlanta, Fort Gillem, Georgia; Commander, 630th Military Police Company, Bamburg, Federal Republic of Germany; Staff Officer, VII Corps Provost Marshal Office, Stuttgart, Federal Republic of Germany; S3, 720th Military Police Battalion, Fort Hood, Texas; Personnel Action Officer, Military Police Operations Agency, D.CSPER, Washington, D.C.; Provost Marshal, 3rd Armored Division, Frankfurt, Federal Republic of Germany; Commander, 95 Military Police Battalion, Mannheim, Federal Republic of Germany; Commander/Provost Marshal, 8th Military Police Brigade/U.S. Forces Korea/Eighth U.S. Army, Seoul, Korea; Director of Army Doctrine, D.C.S-Doctrine, TRADOC, Fort Monroe, Virginia. | His military education and training includes: Command and General Staff College, Canadian Forces College and the Air War College. | Colonel Baldwin's awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit; Bronze Star Medal; Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (4); Army Commendation Medal (3); Army Achievement.