I took this weapon to the range recently and
it is a very accurate. I had a blast from the past.
This Smith & Wesson 38 Combat Masterpiece Model 15 was carried for over 30 years
by Security Police. It is a very accurate side arm.
Stagg Grips used by the SAC Elite Guard
The dark blue Brassard with gray lettering
is the second armband that Air Police used The light blue Brassard with
yellow lettering is the first Air Police Brassard used. The light blue
Brassard with red lettering is from Korean war era.
This Air Police Hellmet is from the 773rd AC&W SQ.
This is a SP reproduction helmet made by a friend of mine
Town Patrol in Shinjang area (1977) (USAF Photo)
Reprduction Helmet of 6250 Air Police
This uniform combo Air Force Shade 1548 was worn by SAC Elite Guards and by Little Rock
AFB in 1979, Hill AFB in 1973, Azores in 1972, and wore it at Fairchild in late 70's It was shorltly phased out
in in the early 80's. This uniform combo was my favorite because it looked like a police uniform with all the ribbons
and badge. Also it was worn when we had the White Hat as you can see in the picture on the first page of my
This uniform was worn at Little Rock AFB in 1980.
This uniform Shade 1548, was always my favorite uniform because it looked so sharp.
It looks like a civillian police officers uniform
Peace Keeper Bust
By Terrance Patterson
The Peace Keeper
Air Police Pile Cap
From The Korean War Era
Vietnam Era Military Police/Air Police/Security Police Patcn
Different Belt Buckles from the 70's and 1980's the one on the right is dated 1982 I
the this is from 1979 Security police Academy.
This belt buckle was given to me by Ken Perreault. Ken is a retired Houston
Police officer and Former Security Policeman. He received this belt buckle from Security Police Academy while
attending Camp Bullis.
Riot Control Equipment
AFP 125-4 Civil Distrubance Riot Control was given to me by Michael J. Garl
The Pamphlet is dated 15 September 1970. More than likely this was the manual that I was taught
from when I went through training at Lackland Air Force Base.
Thank You Michael.
USAF riot control baton
How many of you old guys remember the old stomp and drag
Learned the old stomp and drag with a M-16 with fixed
bayonet. Fortunately we had the scabbards on them.
An old Air Police finger nail file and knife money clip.
Try taking this aboard a plane
Air Police whistle holder
Click on the USAF AIR Provost Marshall Shield and it will take you to the USAF
Security Police Museum
These badges were copied
from the Army and were unauthorized by the Air Force. This badge dates back to pre Korean War times. Each Command or Squadron
designed there own badge and utilized them until an official badge was authorized in 1959. This badge is also located at the
Security Police Museum
at Lackland AFB TX.
This is a Blue USAF Wool Blanket form the Korean War Era