Entering our Second Century of "Serving Youth, Community and Nation."
The Greater El Paso Chapter is raising money to support its Scouting, ROTC/NROTC, and Patriotic Education programs. Our goal is $5,000!! Please help us support the youth of El Paso by donating at:
or you can mail your check to: MOWW Fund Raiser, PO Box 640475, El Paso TX 79904
Chapter's Strategic Goals
Strategic Goal 1. Recruit, Convene & Involve Companions
•Meet and/or exceed a 4% net recruiting increase of 4 new chapter members
•Convert at least one current regular membership to a perpetual life1me membership
•Encourage more member attendance at 9 monthly chapter mee1ngs either in person or through zoom.
Strategic Goal 2. Provide Companion Leadership Training
•Improve upon our leadership development training program curriculum and internal development list
•Increase chapter member attendance at the Region 13 mid year mul1 business and quarterly mee1ngs.
Strategic Goal 3. Mentor and Develop companions
•Iden1fy, train and mentor Companions selected for leadership posi1ons to ensure con1nuity opera1ons.
•Encourage chapter members to a>end the annual conven1on and the midyear mul1 business region mee1ngs.
Strategic Goal 4. Conduct Chapter AdverGsing and Publicity
•Publish six or more chapter newsletters, posted to the Region13 MOWW websites for member/public access.
•Increase focus on community participation and involvement in activities and events.
•Continue to improve internal and external Chapter outreach and partnership efforts
Strategic Goal 5. Expand and Improve Chapter Outreach Programs
•Con1nue to award Medals of Merit to ROTC and JROTC Program par1cipants
•Continue to improve the awarding of certificates to the Scout programs, both girl and boy programs
•Increase our chapter awards and recognition programs to include distinguished citizens, companions and community groups.
Strategic Goal 6. Recognize Companion Excellence
•Recognize Companions who have gone above and beyond their du1es with the MOWW Silver Patrick Henry Medals, Outstanding Service Medals, National citations, and Award of Merit Plaques. •Incorporate milestone membership awards into our current Recogni1on Program efforts.
Jesus Beltran, LTC (Ret) USAR
Dear Veterans, Active Service, and Friends:
The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) is a patriotic Veterans Service Organization whose motto is “It is nobler to serve than to be served.” MOWW was founded by General of the Armies “Blackjack” Pershing in 1919 to promote good citizenship, patriotic education, and military and public service. MOWW chapters provide opportunities to support patriotic education, ROTC and JROTC, scouting, monuments and memorials, law and order, and national and homeland security programs.
We invite you to visit and become a member of our chapter. Eligibility includes active duty, veterans, retired and former commissioned and warrant officers of the armed forces, public health service officers, and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration.
Our mission is reflected in our Preamble:
- To cherish the memories and associations of the World Wars waged for humanity;
- To inculcate and stimulate love of our country and flag;
- To promote and further patriotic education in our Nation;
- Ever to maintain law and order, and to defend the honor, integrity, and supremacy of our national government and the constitution of the United States;
- To foster fraternal relations among all branches of the armed forces;
- To promote the cultivation of military, naval, and air science and the adoption of a consistent and and suitable policy of national security for the United States of America;
- To acquire and preserve records of individual services;
- To encourage and assist in the holding of commemorations and the establishment of memorials of the World Wars;
- And to transmit all these ideals to posterity, under god and for our country we unite to establish the MILITARY ORDER OF THE WORLD WARS.
16 November 2021 02:00 AM Until 03:30 AM
0Staff virtual meeting. Companions who wish to participate are also welcome.
20 November 2021 06:30 PM Until 08:30 PM
0This month's luncheon will honor our veterans. Please join us for lunch at Applebee's Grill and Bar if you are able or join us on Zoom at 1200 for the meeting