The military has a long history of using force to resolve conflicts, and it appears the Trump administration may be on the cusp of starting a trend that could lead to military police becoming a target for criticism.
Military police are police officers tasked with the arrest of civilians and military property during times of national emergency.
The United States has had a military police force since World War II, and the force has been expanded by both Republican and Democratic administrations.
In recent years, the military has been accused of excessive use of force by civilians, particularly during protests during the inauguration.
According to a report by the Washington Post, at least 17 civilians have died during protests since Trump took office, and military police have been involved in at least 10 of those deaths.
But the military police also have a history of abuse.
In August, a civilian who was involved in a fatal shooting of a man by a U.S. military police officer in Texas was acquitted of murder, but he was charged with the use of excessive force.
In September, a military policeman who killed a man with a Taser was acquitted.
In May, a soldier who killed three unarmed civilians in Baghdad was acquitted, but was charged for killing a U,S.
In 2016, a police officer fatally shot an unarmed civilian during a traffic stop in Brooklyn, New York, after he allegedly shot him twice during an altercation.
And in 2015, a U.,S.
soldier was charged after he fired three shots into a house and killed his wife and two young children.
In addition, there are reports of officers being accused of using excessive force in the past, including the death of an unarmed man in Iraq during a U.-led operation.
In January, the Army’s inspector general found that U.N. peacekeepers in Somalia used excessive force and had a policy of using deadly force against civilians during times when the United Nations Security Council had passed a resolution calling for a ceasefire.
The Department of Defense’s inspector-general report, which was released earlier this year, found that the United States deployed peacekeepers to Somalia during the outbreak of the war in 2013 and 2014 and had used excessive military force.
“The use of military force by peacekeepers and U.
Ns. forces is a serious issue,” the report said.
“Peacekeeping operations in countries around the world have contributed significantly to the stability of their governments, and their actions have had a positive impact on security and the well-being of their communities.”
The Department has responded to the report in its review of the United Nation’s Security Council resolution.
“As we’ve said before, the U. N. Security Council Resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Somalia and for the withdrawal of U. n. peacekeeping forces was not intended to target civilians.
In fact, the Security Council has called for a humanitarian pause in hostilities and the withdrawal and reopening of the peacekeeping operations,” the Department said in a statement.
“It is important to remember that the resolution was passed in response to the humanitarian crisis in Somalia, and that the U N. peace operations in Somalia were conducted in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions.”
In addition to the current investigation into the U,N.
mission, the Department of Justice is also investigating the use by military police of body cameras worn by police officers during their deployment to countries with conflicts, including Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria.