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10 questions to a German Military Police sergeant

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Feldjäger Kevin Lichtenstein prefers dogs over cats and would love to drive a Leopard II battle tank. Watch the video to learn more about the people behind the uniforms at NATO!

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The German Military Police, also known as the Feldjäger (literally meaning field huntsmen), are responsible for escorting military convoys across Germany, making sure they reach their destinations safely and with minimal disruption to the civilian population.

In the video, Military Police Staff Sergeant Kevin Lichtenstein answers 10 quick-fire questions at Feldjäger barracks in Garlstedt, Germany.

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Ssgt Kevin Lichtenstein, Military Police Sergeant

My name is Staff Sergeant Lichtenstein and I’m a Military Police sergeant in 4th Company, Feldjäger Regiment 2.




“The freedom.”


“Definitely dogs.”

“Whatever’s needed.”

“Five push-ups?”

“My G36K A4 (rifle).”


“A battle tank Leopard II.”

“Jens Stoltenberg.”


“Fisherman Fritz fishes fresh fish.”


“Sometimes more empathy than one would think.”

“Any time. Worldwide. Ready to deploy.”



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