Presentation on theme: "Army Song Verse: First to fight for the right, And to build the Nations might, And The Army Goes Rolling Along Proud of all we have done, Fighting till."— Presentation transcript:
Army Song Verse: First to fight for the right, And to build the Nations might, And The Army Goes Rolling Along Proud of all we have done, Fighting till the battles won, And the Army Goes Rolling Along. Refrain: Then its Hi! Hi! Hey! The Armys on its way. Count off the cadence loud and strong (TWO! THREE!) For where eer we go, You will always know That The Army Goes Rolling Along. Watchdog Song Verse 1Watchdogs lead the way through every night and day Protect the force and regulate them all Well take em down again double nickel is a 10 Watchdogs are the greatest force of all ChorusGo Watchdogs, Mighty Watchdogs Assist, Protect, Defend together till the end Go Watch dogs, Mighty Watchdogs 8 th MP Brigade will always win Verse 2Warfighters rule the night, theyre prepared to fight Centurions set the pace forever more Original Warfighters set the standards higher And Peacekeepers will always guard the shore ChorusGo Watchdogs, Mighty Watchdogs Assist, Protect, Defend together till the end Go Watch dogs, Mighty Watchdogs 8 th MP Brigade will always win 728 th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Dining In Evergreen Club Evergreen Club 25 April 2003
728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Points of Order 728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Points of Order How to conduct a point of order: During dinner, a member of the mess may wish to be recognized for some appropriate reason. In such a case, the soldier will stand and wait to be recognized. Mr. Vice addresses him/her. The soldier states their name and rank then says, Mr. Vice, I have a point of order. Mr. Vice will then give the accused a chance for rebuttal. Mr. President will rule on the validity of the case and assess a fine or task. 728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Toasts 728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Toasts I propose a toast to the Commander In Chief, the President of the United States of America Response: To the President. I propose a toast to the President of the Republic of Korea. Response: To the President of Korea. I propose a toast to the United States Armed Forces. Response: To the Armed Forces. I propose a toast to the Noncommissioned Officer Corps. Response: To the Noncommissioned Officer Corps. I propose a toast to the Korean Augmentee to the United States Army. To the KATUSA I propose a toast to the Military Police Corps Regiment. Response: To the Regiment. I propose a toast to our Honored Guests. Response: To our Honored Guests. I propose a toast to the 728 th Military Police Battalion Response: Warfighters I propose a toast to Our Fallen Comrades. Response: To Our Fallen Comrades.
728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Sequence of Events 728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Sequence of Events Social Hour/Receiving Line Call to Mess Arrival of Official Party Post Colors/National Anthems Invocation Welcome & Toasts Grog Ceremony Entertainment Dinner Cake Cutting Ceremony Intermission Guest Speaker Watchdog Song Army Song Benediction Retiring of the Colors 728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Rules of the Mess 728th Military Police Battalion Noncommissioned Officers Dining In Rules of the Mess Breaking mess rules results in a fine or task. Fines range from 25 cents to 50 cents. 1.Thou shall follow all instructions from the President of the Mess. 2.Thou shall not duel. 3.Thou shall not make feeble attempts at making conversation with contemporaries, superiors and guests during the evening. 4.Thou shall not, under any circumstances, spit in a drinking glass. 5.Thou shall not arrive at the dining in late without a good reason. (Suffering a mortal wound is insufficient). 6.Thou shall not argue over date of rank. 7.Thou shall not toast improperly. 8.Thou shall not toast with an uncharged glass. 9.Thou shall not leave the Mess without permission form Mr. Vice. 10.Thou shall not use foul or fowl language. 11.Thou shall not wear a clip-on bow tie. 12.Thou shall not engage in "shop" talk. 13.Thou shall not make inappropriate limericks or stories. 14.Thou shall not eat at the improper time. 15.Thou shall not order in a meal. 16.Thou shall not make wrongful accusations of a fellow soldier, to include uniform violations. 17.Thou shall not talk out of turn. 18.Thou shall not make public release of bodily gas. 19.Thou shall not quibble. 20.Thou shall not bring a drink into the mess. 21.Thou Shall not snivel. 22.Attacks on the Head Table will result in a $ fine.
Guest Speaker Command Sergeant Major Tony E. Moore is the Command Sergeant Major for the 20th Support Group and Area IV, Camp Henry, Korea. He entered the Army on August 2, 1977, and attended Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Dix, New Jersey. During his career, CSM Moore has served in a variety of staff and leadership positions to include instructor/small group leader for Advanced Individual Training, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Advance Noncommissioned Officer Course, Senior Supply Sergeant Course, Warrant Officer Candidate Course, Quartermaster Officer Basic Course, and Quartermaster Officer Advance Course all at Fort Lee, Virginia. Additionally, he has been a platoon sergeant, equal opportunity advisor, first sergeant and a battalion command sergeant major. CSM Moore has served with the Nike Hercules Weapons Support Detachment-Korea, Camp Humphreys; Service Battery, 1/73rd Field Artillery and 1/6th Field Artillery, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; 278th Maintenance Company (GS), Fort Devens, Massachusetts; 5th Maintenance Company and 5th Quartermaster Detachment, Kaiserslautern, Germany; and the 29th Support Group, Kaiserslautern, Germany. Other assignments include the Supply Company, 1st Support Battalion, Sinai, Egypt; 89th Military Police Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas; 348th Quartermaster Company, 194th Maintenance Battalion, Camp Humphreys, Korea; and Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment & Company A, 203rd Forward Support Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Benning, Georgia. CSM Moore served as the command sergeant major for the 25th Brigade Support Battalion, 25th Infantry Division (Light), Fort Lewis, Washington, before assuming his current position in June The Fremont, North Carolina native's military education includes the Basic Leadership Course, Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Advance Noncommissioned Officer Course, and Senior Supply Sergeant Course all at Fort Lee, Virginia. He is also a graduate of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida; First Sergeant Course, Fort Bliss Texas; Garrison Command Sergeants Major Course, Fort Belvoir, Virginia; and the U.S. Army Command Sergeants Major Course (Class #50) at Fort Bliss, Texas. CSM Moore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Studies from Excelsior College. CSM Moore's awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Achievement Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Good Conduct Medal (8th Award), National Defense Service Ribbon, NCO Professional Development Ribbon with Numeral 4, Army Service Ribbon, and Overseas Service Ribbon with Numeral 3 and Multiforce and Observance Ribbon Numeral 2. President of the Mess Command Sergeant Major Michael T. Sampson 728 th Military Police Battalion Command Sergeant Major CSM Sampson hails from Louisville, Kentucky. He enlisted in the US Army in July 1983 and attended One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Ft McClellan, AL. CSM Sampson has served in a variety of assignments and units to include the 110 th Military Police Company, Pirmasens, Germany, 101 st Military Police Company, 101 st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Ft Campbell, KY, HHD, USMCA-Augsburg, Germany, US Army Recruiting Command, Los Angeles, CA, HQ Co, Law Enforcement Command, 194 th Military Police Company, and HHD 716 th Military Police Battalion, Ft Campbell, KY, the US Army Sergeants Major Academy, Ft Bliss, TX, 25 th Military Police Battalion (Prov), Schofield Barracks, HI and he current serves with the 728 th Military Police Battalion, Taegu, Korea. CSM Sampson has held virtually every leadership position throughout his career to include Team Leader, Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, First Sergeant, Battalion Sergeant Major and Brigade Command Sergeant Major. He has also served as a Provost Sergeant, Recruiter, and Battalion Operations Sergeant Major. CSM Sampsons military education includes, Basic Military Police Training, Basic Airborne School, Air Assault School, Sniper School, Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, US Army Basic Recruiter Course, Recruiting Station Commanders Course, Advanced Noncommissioned Officers Course, First Sergeants Course, Battle Staff Noncommissioned Officers Course and the United States Army Sergeants Major Course. CSM Sampson has earned an Associates Degree in Applied Science from Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN and is currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree with Excelsior University. CSM Sampsons awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (3 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (9 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (9 OLC), Good Conduct Medal (6 th awd), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal (2 nd awd), Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (w/numeral 4), Overseas Ribbon, the Air Assault Badge, Airborne Badge, the Gold Recruiter Badge (w/3 Star Sapphires), and the Gold Recruiter Ring. He is also awarded the Army Superior Unit Award and the Joint Meritorious Unit Award. CSM Sampson resides on Camp Walker, Taegu Korea where his son Charlie will join him this summer. Command Sergeant Major Tony E. Moore 20 th Area Support Group Command Sergeant Major