MILITARY ORDER OF THE DEVIL DOGS

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What we do

The Order promotes good fellowship among the members of different Marine Corps League Detachments. The Order provides amusement and entertainment at all gatherings of the League, when and where advisable, preserves and strengthens the principles and ideals of the League, and maintains true allegiance to the United States of America and its Constitution and laws. It fosters and extends American institutions of freedom and defends America against all enemies foreign and domestic. The Order is also VERY active in raising funds for children's hospitals, and associated charities.

The Organization

The Pound is on a local level and is usually made up of members of different Marine Corps League Detachments. On the State level there is the Pack, and on the National level there is a Kennel. There are three different degrees in the Order. The lowest degree is that of a Pup. The next degree is that of a Devil Dog. The highest degree is that of a Pedigreed Devil Dog. The Pup wears a black ribbon, the Devil Dog wears a red ribbon, and the Pedigreed Devil Dog wears a gold ribbon. The ribbon is worn around the neck and a Dog Tag is attached to it.

The head of the Pound is called the Pound Keeper. The head of the pack is the Pack Leader. The head of the Kennel is also the head of all Devil Dogs and is called Chief Devil Dog.

The Order's many charitable donations not only help people in need, but also build good public relations for the Order, the League, and the United States Marine Corps.

Devil Dog of The Year Nomination Form

Who can join

Applicants must be a member in good standing in the Marine Corps League, Inc. The applicant must be active in his or her Detachment in the League, and must be invited to join the Order. He or she must be recommended by his or her Detachment Commandant and be sponsored by two DEVIL DOGS or PEDIGREED DEVIL DOGS. The applicant is then interviewed by the members of the Pound at a Pound Growl. (A meeting is called a Growl.) If accepted, the applicant must undergo an initiation and obligation ceremony. Then he or she becomes a Pup in the order.

Florida MODD Pack Officers

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Worthy Pack Leader
George LaMont

3048 Longford Lane

Brooksville, FL 34601

Telephone: (850) 508-3611

Email: marinelamont@yahoo.com

Worthy Pack Officers

Worthy Senior Vice
Pack Leader

PDD Tom Newton

723 Heathrow Ave.
Lady Lake, FL.

352-430-4157
email:newt1644@live.com
 

Worthy Junior Vice
Pack Leader

PDD Dick Jugenheimer     

6448 Count Turf Trail
Tallahassee, FL 32309

850-509-0273          
email: jughead41@gmail.com      

Worthy
Smart Dog

DD Mike Ambrosino

1038 SW Fenway Rd
Port St. Lucie, FL 34953

610-248-8305
email: m_ambro58@yahoo.com

Worthy Jr. Past
Pack Leader

PDD Jerry Cecil

5248 N. Venti Dr
Inverness, FL 34452

352-726-0834email: Gysgtjmo1@earthlink.com

Worthy
Barking Dog

PDD Marc Dunne

11611 E. Bay Rd
Gibsonton, FL  33534

813-694-6426
marcdunne0311@gmail.com

Worthy
Dog Robber

PDD Stephen C. Joppa

8617 Knob Hill Ct
New Port Richey, FL. 34653

727-207-2150
email: sjoppa1@gmail.com

Worthy
Dog Trainer

PDD John Gionet

5651 Camelia Dr
Orlando, FL 32807

407-963-9388
email: sgtmajgna@earthlink.net

Worthy
Mad Dog

PDD Lori Dashiel

12 Lakewood Ln 
Fruitland Park FL 34731

678-372-6045
email: district5mclfl@gmail.com

Worthy
Police Dog  

DD Patrick Joynt

3001 SE Lake Weir Ave Apt 1008
Ocala, FL 34471

248-464-1147
email: lawncoprs@yahoo.com

Worthy
Watch Dog

PDD Mike Roselle

20708 Capello Dr
Venice, FL 34292

941-408-7450
email: mikeroselle@verizon.net

Worthy
Quartermaster

DD Pat Bentley

542 Lake Ashley
West Melbourne, FL 32904

email: pbentley@cfl.rr.com