By CATRINA FRANCIS
Gold Standard Senior Staff Writer
In his last commandant’s notes, Brig. Gen. David Stem wrote, “Military police will play a key role in rear operations, but it is not an exclusive role, and we must recognize our limitations.”
The Fort Knox 34th Military Police Detachment is the epitome of those words. On Friday the detachment received the Brig. Gen David Stem award for being recognized as the best military police unit, company size or smaller in the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.