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Bret Michaels, lead singer of Poison, gives the “rock on” sign as he walks into a classroom filled with 15th Military Police Brigade soldiers Oct. 29 at the 705th MP Battalion (Detention) Headquarters building. Michaels thanked the soldiers for their service to the country, took photos with them, signed autographs and gave them tickets to his Nov. 10 show in Independence, Mo. The visit was followed by a short interview with media and a windshield tour of post. Photo by Katie Peterson/Fort Leavenworth Lamp

Bret Michaels, lead singer of Poison, poses for a photo with Pfc. Katherine Sanders, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 705th Military Police Battalion (Detention), during his visit to Fort Leavenworth Oct. 29 at the 705th Battalion Headquarters building. Michaels thanked the soldiers for their service to the country, took photos with them, signed autographs and gave them tickets to his Nov. 10 show in Independence, Mo. The visit was followed by a short interview with media and a windshield tour of post. Photo by Katie Peterson/Fort Leavenworth Lamp
Pvt. Christian Abdo, 165th Military Police Company, 705th MP Battalion (Detention), videotapes Poison lead singer Bret Michaels’ remarks during Michaels’ visit to Fort Leavenworth Oct. 29 at the 705th Battalion Headquarters building. During his visit, Michaels was presented with brigade gifts by 705th Command Sgt. Maj. Justin Shad and 40th MP Battalion (Detention) Command Sgt. Maj. Mark Haliburton, posed for photos with soldiers taken by his security manager John Murray, signed autographs, and gave them tickets for his Nov. 10 concert in Independence, Mo. The visit was followed by a short interview with media and a windshield tour of post. Photo by Katie Peterson/Fort Leavenworth Lamp


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