Most German Army divisions in WWII usually had their own field military
police platoons. These units were tasked with directing traffic along routes of
advance and resupply, manning checkpoints, handling prisoners as well as
deserters, and maintaining law and order of captured territories. Soldiers in
these field military police units were distinguished by insignia on the left
sleeves of their uniforms as well as a special gorget on their chest, which led
regular soldiers to derisively call them "chain dogs."
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