Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Military Police Officer James Thomas Sakofsky

United States Army Military Police Corps, U.S. Government

End of Watch Friday, June 1, 2001

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Reflections for Military Police Officer James Thomas Sakofsky

My deepest condolences go out to the Safofsky family. You may be lost, but you are never forgotten.

Assist, Protect, and Defend

PV2 Sean Holva
304th Military Police Battalion

March 8, 2006

Rest in peace brother, your work is done. May God bless your family.The sacrifice you have made does not go unnoticed, nor will you be forgotten.



Sgt Paul C. Huber
Swiss Army MP Service

May 14, 2005

You touched so many lives that you didn't even know; a hero to those who wished to know you. You graced this world with honor and dignity that continues in our memories.

SUSAN WALLING, CIVILIAN

January 9, 2005

The ripples you left behind are still touching many hearts and making many lives better. How do we say thank you? By going on and making a difference wherever we are. Thanks James. May we make you proud.

Donna Thompson

November 17, 2004

My Heart goes out to the Family and Friends of Officer Sakofsky. Go with God my brother....Assist, Protect, Defend!
MP...solid as a rock.

Pfc. Andrew Bean
U.S. Army Military Police Corps (Prior Service)

February 10, 2004

On behalf of the military police corps we would like to say " at ease soldier well done'. goodbye officer sakofsky. may you rest in peace. As a tai I see the dangers of a traffic accident and it has brought me a new respect for how and where I travel. As a mp we put at least 200 to 300 miles on the patrol cars a week 24hrs 7 days. It is a shame that a promising future for this fine soldier has been striped away,our hearts go out to his family and friends.

spc ruiz
traffic accident investigator 34th mp det.

January 20, 2004

thank you ! it is soliders like this that make me get up in the morning and go do my job however dangerous it may be.
god bless!

PFC Jade Kilbane
Ft.Knox,ky

kilbane jade PFC
34th mp det ft knox ky

January 4, 2004

To the family of Military Police Officer Sakofsky my heart goes out to you.

As a former MP for 5 years I know the dangers an MP faces here at home and while deployed for his country. His sacrifice will not be forgotten.

"Of the troops, and for the troops!"

Deputy Sheriff (Former MP)
Orange Co SO

October 17, 2003

I wish to express my condolances to the family of MP Sakofsky. The loss of a family member while stationed overseas is extremly hard. I am currently deployed in Kosovo and I also 3 days ago almost lost my life in some of the extreme mountain terrain that we are required to drive. Your loss may save future personnel. As I will constantly remind personnel of the dangerous conditions here. Again I am sorry for your loss.

SSG. Arlie R. Potter
United States Army Military Police Corps

August 21, 2003

Our prayers go out to you and your family. We know all too well the pain that you are going through. We will remember you in our prayers John 14:27

Mother of fallen MP Brian T. Gleason 8/9/2000

Tammy Persin

Rest in peace Bro. May God bless you and your family.


Former U.S. Army Military Policeman 1979 - 1982

Master Officer Don Hurley
Eloy, Az. Police Department

What a tragic loss. I lost an MP in 99 to a traffic accident.
This is a sad reminder that being an MP is a dangerous job in peacetime or war.

Know that all of us in the MP Corps and law enforcement share in the loss. God Bless his family and colleagues.

He now patrols the streets of heaven with St. Michael.

Carry on soldier and thanks from an old MP "top". Of the troops and for the troops!

First Sergeant John A. Millan (civ cop)
HHC, 105th Military Police Company
Asheville, NC
NC Army National Guard

First Sergeant JA Millan
US Army Military Police

I would like thank you for being a military police on this veterans day you will not be forgotten Mary

civilian mary cocke
united state Park Police

I would like to take this time to reflect on how dangerous a MP's life can be. I myself am an MP in Maryland right now. I like to look at this from time to time, because it will bring you back to earth as to what can happen. I plan on going into civilan law enforcement when I get out of the military, and will still grieve the loss of law enforcement officers, both military and civilian.
Spc. Nicholas L. James

Spc. Nicholas James

Thank you. And welcome home hero. You answered the call to go off to a forgin land a leave your loved ones behind.
The Military Police Corps lost a brave hero and a great man. You now join the ranks of the best of the best.

PO Michael A Baker
Kansas City, Missouri PD

Godspeed Hero

Anonymous

To M.P.O. Sakofsky's family and friend, our heart and prayers go out to you.

God Bless you

Terry Miyares
widow
Officer Emilio Miyares
Hialeah PD, FL
1959-1986

Terry Miyares,
Hialeah Police Dept, (SOUTH FLORIDA COPS)

God Bless you and your family, James, for the sacrifices you have made. My prayers are with you, the other officer involved and all our brothers overseas.

Former MP, 514th MP Co
Desert Storm veteran

Officer C. Rhew
Morrisville (NC) PD

My prayers are with your love ones at this most difficult time. Thank you Officer Sakofsky, for leaving your homeland and protecting the people who only dream of the lives we have in the United States. Your sacrifice is the ultimate one, a hero's in everyone's mind and heart, RIP.

Isaiah 40:31
Lexington, Ky

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