OPMG

AcronymDefinition
OPMGOffice of the Provost Marshal General
OPMGOhio Permanente Medical Group (est. 1981)
OPMGOldcastle Precast Modular Group (various locations)
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Scholar Ron Robin, author of The Barbed-Wire College: Reeducating German POWs in the United States during World War II (1995) argues that the program's overly academic slant failed to reach the average soldier and thus did not accomplish the goals set forth by the OPMG.
Smith is a program manager /principal policy-strategic analyst contracted to the Strategic Initiatives Group, OPMG.
Yost is a force management /policy analyst contracted to the Strategic Initiatives Group, OPMG.
For the past 2 years, OPMG has collaborated with the U.
4) All statistical information included in the deserter categories was obtained during discussions with the senior policy advisor at the OPMG, Washington, D.
Brennan, a former military police captain, currently serves as a law enforcement policy analyst with the Law Enforcement Branch, Operations Division, OPMG.
Colonel Williams (Retired) is the chief of the Law Enforcement Branch, Operations Division, OPMG.
In November 2011, the OPMG and the USMS formed an ad hoc task force to locate the 29 previously identified deserters who were wanted for charges that included drug possession, fraud, larceny, burglary, aggravated assault, obstruction/evasion, and probation violation.
The "Army Antiterrorism Strategic Plan" (2) (ATSP), which was developed by OPMG in direct support of the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7, focuses and supports Army AT policy.
He works in the AT Branch, Military Police Operations Division, OPMG.
Francis is a contracted AT policy specialist in the AT Branch, OPMG.
On 7 July 1917, the OPMG of the American Expeditionary Force was established in Paris, France.