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Members advance within Military Order of the Devil Dogs

From left, John Piazza, Jerry Konrad, Jim Szatkowski, Ron Ashley, Steve Lippman, Phil Stern and Art Hays are now Devil Dogs with the Marine Corps League Detachment 54 in Largo.

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From left, John Piazza, Jerry Konrad, Jim Szatkowski, Ron Ashley, Steve Lippman, Phil Stern and Art Hays are now Devil Dogs with the Marine Corps League Detachment 54 in Largo.

Recently, members of the Military Order of the Devil Dogs with the Marine Corps League Detachment 54 in Largo were successfully advanced to the position of Devil Dog while attending the Department of Florida Marine Corps League convention in Fort Lauderdale.

The Military Order of the Devil Dogs, is the fun and honor society of the Marine Corps League, which raises funds for children's hospitals and associated charities.

Marines were named "Dogs of the Devil" by their German adversaries in World War I.

Club news should be mailed to Nova Beall at 710 Court St., Clearwater, FL 33756, faxed to (727) 445-4119 or e-mailed to sbeall@sptimes.com.

Members advance within Military Order of the Devil Dogs 06/29/11 [Last modified: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 6:14pm]
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