: an officer who supervises the military police of a command
Examples of provost marshal in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebZane Kortum, 91, an Army colonel who retired in 1975 as acting provost marshal at the Pentagon and then spent 18 years as a regional manager at what is now AXA Equitable Life Insurance, died Aug. 11 at a hospital in the District.
Staff Reports, Washington Post, 23 Sep. 2017
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