The Military Order of the Devil Dogs is the fun and honor society of the Marine Corps League.
Promotes good fellowship amongest the members of different Marine Cprps League Detachments. The order provides amusement and entertment at all gatherings of the League, when and where advisable, preserves and strengthens the principles and ideals of the League, 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 ememies foreign and domestic. The Order is also very active in raising funds for childrens hospitsals, and associated charities.
The Military Order of Devil Dogs is maide up only of Members of the Marine Corps League. The Order only accepts the most worthy of League Members.
How to Join
You must be a paid up member in good standing in the Marine Corps League. The applicant must be active in his/her Detachment in the League, and must request membership in the Order. He/she must be recommended by the Detachment Commandant and be sponsored by two Devil Dogs or Pdeigreed 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 swearing in ceremony.
The Pound is on a local level and is usually made 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 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 Leader. The head of the Pack is the Worthy Pack Leager. The head of the Kennel is also the head of the 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.
New England Division
Vice Chief Devil Dog
PDD Cherie Monnell
(c) 207- 752-0025
Maine Pack Officers
2019 - 2020
Worthy Pack Leader: PDD - Charles Lang
Worthy SR Vice: DD - Steve Wilson
Worthy JR Vice: PDD - Hyland Barrows
Worthy Smart Dog: PDD Don Kozerow
Worthy Dog Robber: PDD - Chuck Lang
Worthy Dog Trainer: PDD Larry Chrethien
Worthy Mad Dog: PDD - Gary Laweryson
Worthy Police Dog: DD - Charles Smith
Worthy Watch Dog: PDD - Charlie Paul
Worthy Barking Dog: DD - Mike Beagan
Lobster Pound #119
Sir Pound Keeper: PDD - Charlie Paul
Sir SR Vice: PDD - Larry Chretien
Sir JR Vice: DD - Dona St.Pierre
Sir Smart Dog: PDD - Herb Broy
Sir Dog Robber: DD - Marty Traiser
Sir Dog Trainer: DD - Donald Mckenna
Sir Mad Dog: DD - Scott Monroe
Sir Police Dog: DD - Dave Close
Sir Watch Dog: PDD - Herb Broy
Sir Barking Dog: DD - Armand Blais
Moose Pound #255
Sir Pound Keeper: PPD - Donald Kozerow
Sir SR Vice: PDD - Chuck Lang
Sir JR Vice: PDD - Hyland Barrows
Sir Smart Dog: PDD - Stephen Fleming
Sir Dog Robber: PDD - Chuck Lang
Sir Watch Dog: DD - Richard Stitham
Sir Mad Dog: DD - Reginald Earley
Sir Police Dog: Pup - Dennis Geiger
Sir Dog Trainer: PDD - Hyland Barrows
Sir Barking Dog: DD - Mike Beagan