Associate Membership Application and Dues
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As of July 15, 2016
WHAT IS THE ASSOCIATION? It is a corporate
veteran’s fraternal organization of some 800 members that served and are
serving with the 545th Military Police Company, from the 1940's through
today's active duty Serviceman and woman. It is a non-sectarian,
non-profit and non-political.
DOES IT DO?
The Association conducts annual reunions for its membership, and
publishes a quarterly newsletter, and provides a focal point for
member-to-member interface. It conducts several yearly events. It also
provides a contact point between members of the Association, the Provost
Marshal General's office, the Military Police School, and DOD
establishments. It interfaces with the Military Police Museum and
provides valuable artifacts.
Association is supported by revenue from dues, and in the future from
investments, and donations from interested programs and an occasional
fund drive to be conducted to meet specific requirements.
IS AN ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP?
Associate membership is a non-voting membership category offered to
those veterans and active duty Soldiers who served and are serving in
the 545th Military Police Company, who meet the requirements for
membership as outlined. Associate Membership may be either a Lifetime
Membership or an Annual Membership.
A - Lifetime Associated Membership: (Fee of $100) provides you
with a Framed Certificate, membership ID card, and a lapel pin (in
development) and free quarterly newsletter.
B - Annual
Associate Membership: (Fee of $20) provides you with membership
Certificate, membership ID card and lapel pin, and free quarterly
Associate member have the right of attending all reunions and other
outings held by the Association and share in the pride of affiliation
with veterans with service to the 545th Military Police Company and the
For those new members please fill out the initial membership form (first
form) and second form for payment. Those current Association
members please fill out only the Second Form with payment.