LTC Tankersley notes that a number of attandees have committed the heinous crime of attending in civilian attire.
The accused troop to the grog bowl for punishment.
It's a long, slow, agonizing torture.
The guilty parties seem strangely unrepentant.
Even retirement is not enough to protect evildoers from the wrath of Mister Vice, as MAJ Wayne Scholz (Ret., left) finds as he and SGT Joel Rossman face justice.
CSM Smith of the 308th ensures that the vile brew is suitably punishing.
Not even a trip to the grog bowl moves these two hard-core characters to repentance.
MAJ Miller's stern demeanor strikes fear into the hearts of mess violators everywhere.
For an infraction of the mess rules, SFC Jim Nicholson draws a punishment - he has to impersonate CSM Haglund
He works into it slowly....
Builds up to full speed...
And then really lets it rip.
From the left: CSM Romer of the 353d, CSM Smith of the 308th and CSM Haglund.
On the right is the commander, LTC George Tankersley
The Color Guard lines up
SGT Mario Franco gives the closing benediction
The colors are retired.
Created 8 February 2000, Last Update 9 February 2000
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