Hi Everyone. We haven't posted here in a bit. Our financial partner fell ill and passed away over the summer We have been in the process of re-organizing as a result. We hope to be back soon. It's always been our goal to deliver a quality product that Marines can be proud to drink and to donate back to Marine Corps charities.
Join us for the Medal of Honor Bowl FanFest Tailgate Party starting at 11 am this Saturday! Sponsored by Verizon Wireless and iHeartRadio, the festivities wil...l take place next to Johnson Hagood stadium at the Citadel. Admission is free so bring your friends and family to enjoy Brady Smith Band and TJ Phillips. Come meet the Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders along with Tajh Boyd and Bruce Ellington! Sticky Fingers - Charleston and Bubba Burger will be on hand to satisfy your tailgate cravings. Peruse our Vendor Village where you'll find a jump castle, rock climbing wall, South Hill Designs, Fear No Easel, Wild Blue Ropes, Rolling Rack Boutique, InTown.com, Orangetheory Fitness Charleston, Heather's Glam Jamz Heather Prosser Independent Jamberry Consultant Sky Zone Charleston, Artware by Rebecca Monster Mobile Game Theater, Blackbeard's Cove and more! Special thanks to South Carolina Football Hall of Fame, 103.5 WEZL and Bud Light! www.mohbowl.com We hope to see you there!
Everyone! Mike Corrado will be performing at Half-Time during the Medal of Honor Bowl (the Citadel, Jan 10)! The game is going to be awesome, and the fact that we will see some Medal of Honor recipients (and a slew of other outstanding military men and women) is beyond reason enough to come out! It's GAME DAY!
Devil Dog Liquor salutes all those American soldiers who lost their lives on this day in 1941 at Pearl Harbor -- a day that will live in infamy.
We had a great time at the Wreaths Across America event in Ridgeland, SC at the Carolina Honky Tonk! Thank you to everyone who came out and supported this very important cause. USMV M/C 514 Club-you guys are great-thank you! We are always here to help you guys!
Bud Day - a true American Hero and a man we can all honor on his 47th anniversary. Please see his Medal of Honor citation below.
On 26 August 1967, Col. Day was forced to eject from his aircraft over North Vietnam when it was hit by ground fire. His right arm was broken in 3 places, and his left knee was badly sprained. He was immediately captured by hostile forces and taken to a prison camp where he was interrogated and severely tortured. After causing the guards to relax th...eir vigilance, Col. Day escaped into the jungle and began the trek toward South Vietnam. Despite injuries inflicted by fragments of a bomb or rocket, he continued southward surviving only on a few berries and uncooked frogs. He successfully evaded enemy patrols and reached the Ben Hai River, where he encountered U.S. artillery barrages. With the aid of a bamboo log float, Col. Day swam across the river and entered the demilitarized zone. Due to delirium, he lost his sense of direction and wandered aimlessly for several days. After several unsuccessful attempts to signal U.S. aircraft, he was ambushed and recaptured by the Viet Cong, sustaining gunshot wounds to his left hand and thigh. He was returned to the prison from which he had escaped and later was moved to Hanoi after giving his captors false information to questions put before him. Physically, Col. Day was totally debilitated and unable to perform even the simplest task for himself. Despite his many injuries, he continued to offer maximum resistance. His personal bravery in the face of deadly enemy pressure was significant in saving the lives of fellow aviators who were still flying against the enemy. Col. Day’s conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of the U.S. Air Force and reflect great credit upon himself and the U.S. Armed Forces.