Master Trooper Charles Taylor returns from military deployment
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- 20-year Indiana State Police Veteran, Master Trooper Charles Taylor, recently returned home from an eight-month military deployment as a member of the United States Army Reserves.
Master Trooper Taylor has served in the United States Army / Army Reserves for 34 years, he currently serves with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
December 18, 2020, Lieutenant Colonel Charles Taylor was deployed to Kuwait, where he served five months as Assistant Chief of Staff Logistics, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, Operational Command Post. His Command was later moved to Qatar where he served an additional two months.
This week Master Trooper Taylor returned to his Indiana State Police duties, he will catch up on his training before returning to patrol. Taylor is assigned to the Indianapolis District and primarily patrols northwest Marion County.
Lieutenant Josh Watson, Indiana State Police Indianapolis District Commander, said. "We are certainly happy to have Charles back in the district and thankful he and his unit returned home safely. We are incredibly grateful for his service to both the United States Army and the Indiana State Police."