Recently the Canadian Forces Provost Marshal approved a serialized remembrance coin for our fallen Military Police members.
This new coin will pay tribute to members of our military police community who have served their country and died in the line of duty or through illness or injury.
All proceeds from the sale of this coin will be donated to the Military Police Fund for Blind Children (MPFBC). www.mpfbc.com
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