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A Day On Board… Veterans’ Day

Posted by iusbvision on November 6, 2006


Master Sergeant Jeff Johnston enrolled in the Army in 1985 as a military policeman stationed at Fort McClellan, AL.  Between 1986 and 1987 Johnston was stationed at Sierra Army Depot and the Oakland Army Base.

In 1987 he enlisted in Army Reserves and was promoted to Sergeant in 1988 and Staff Sergeant two years later.  In 1990, he took a voluntary active duty assignment in support of Operation Desert Storm with the 361st MP Company.  There he oversaw 40 soldiers charged with the processing of Iraqi detainees/ enemy prisoners of war.

Johnston transferred in 1993 to the Army Reserve School as an MP Instructor.  In 1996, he was reassigned with the 3rd MP Batallion/ 84th Institutional Training School.  It was at this post tat Johnston was in charge of the training of all military police in the state of Indiana.

On April 1st, 2006, Johnston retired from the army after serving his country for over 20 years.

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