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Proposed deletion of Triphian Guard== (sic) TRIPHIBIAN GUARD[edit]

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The article Triphian Guard has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

Non-notable organization lacking GHIts and with zero GNEWS.

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EDITORIAL NOTE BY EDITOR: This first attempt to publish the article "TRIPHIBIAN GUARD" was refused by your editorial staff. There was also a typographical error. The proposed article was "TRIPHIBIAN GUARD" not Triphian Guard as shown here. That has since been remedied herein. The next attempt was nearly two years later on 11-26-11. See notes below.

Edits to Fraternities and sororities[edit]

Please see our policy on undue weight. This article is about fraternities and sororities in general, not about specific ones. OhNoitsJamie Talk 15:56, 21 February 2010 (UTC)

February 2010[edit]

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Gnaeus Julius Agricola‎ - sources[edit]

Hi - I've reverted you on this, we don't use our articles as a source, see WP:RS and WP:VERIFY. Dougweller (talk) 04:39, 5 September 2011 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of TRIPHIBIAN GUARD[edit]

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RESONSE BY AUTHOR TO PROPOSED DELETION 11-26-11. We do not believe that the content of the Article TRIPHIBIAN GUARD is an infringement of copywright. We first proposed this article to Wikipedia on 2-1-2010. You can plainly see that from the notes and talk of the first created article. The "Blogspot" article is our Article which was created because and in response to your chief editors who would not allow the article after several attempts to meet your demands in 2010. There is no copywright infringement where the Author of the Article is the same persons such as here. There is no intent by this editor to infringe or avoid the technical rules. There may be some unfamiliarity with the fine points of all the editorial rules in use at this time. We will study those more carefully and perhaps try to meet the requirements suggested in the future. We thank you for all your constructive comments and will study the proposed remedies you have suggested. If is possible to remedy all the technical comments required, then we discuss it on TALK in the near future for assistance with further publishing of the article. If you have further technical directions please feel free to leave messages here as you have in the past.

OBJECTIONS TO DELETIONS OF "TRIPHIBIAN GUARD" Article[edit]

EDITORIAL NOTE BY EDITOR: This first attempt to publish the article "TRIPHIBIAN GUARD" was refused by your editorial staff. There was also a typographical error. The proposed article was "TRIPHIBIAN GUARD" not Triphian Guard as shown here. That has since been remedied herein. The next attempt was nearly two years later on 11-26-11. See notes below.

RESONSE BY AUTHOR TO PROPOSED DELETION 11-26-11. We do not believe that the content of the Article "TRIPHIBIAN GUARD" is an infringement of copywright. We first proposed this article to Wikipedia on 2-1-2010. You can plainly see that from the notes and talk of the first created article. The "Blogspot" article is our Article which was created because and in response to your chief editors who would not allow the article after several attempts to meet your demands in 2010. There is no copywright infringement where the Author of the Article is the same persons such as here. There is no intent by this editor to infringe or avoid the technical rules. There may be some unfamiliarity with the fine points of all the editorial rules in use at this time. We will study those more carefully and perhaps try to meet the requirements suggested in the future. We thank you for all your constructive comments and will study the proposed remedies you have suggested. If is possible to remedy all the technical comments required, then we discuss it on TALK in the near future for assistance with further publishing of the article. If you have further technical directions please feel free to leave messages here as you have in the past.

In order to be perfectly clear to everyone. This is the article which was Authored by me and then deleted by WIKIPEDIA so there is no misunderstanding: This article was first Published on Blogspot by me on Tuesday, February 9, 2010. I am the author.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

TRIPHIBIAN GUARD @ SETON HALL UNIVERSITY

The Triphibian Guard was founded in 1959. It is a Historical Fraternity and U.S. Army Officer Training Corps Drill Team of Seton Hall University.

Until 1959, no organization at Seton Hall would compete with the leadership and rigorous training provided to ROTC Cadets by the Pershing Rifles National Drill Team and Fraternity.

In 1959, a few courageous Cadets who comprised the K-8 Company of Cadets of the Pershing Rifles at Seton Hall University challenged the position held by the daunting Pershing Rifles. They formed a completely new and distinct Military Unit and Fraternity called the Triphibian Guard.

The name Triphibian was chosen because it represented Land, Sea and Air Forces. Although the unit was organized under the U.S. Army Officer Training Corps of Cadets, U.S.Army Reserve, it served all cadets of every training company of all services.

Once established, the Triphibian Guard quickly grew in stature and respect at the University. It became the Official Honor Guard of the University President. Members wore a distinctive Patch and Fourragere (Gold Cord) on the left shoulder of their uniform. The distinctive patch was triangular in shape. It was the Army colors of black and gold and depicted a African male lion with a gold crown on the forehead.

The unit quickly organized Drill teams patterned after the Pershing Rifle drill team from which it was born. All drill teams are schooled in Drill and Ceremonies that are authorized by the U.S. Army Field Manual FM-22-5 (1967). There are generally two types of Drill teams that are organized. A "Basic Drill" using the M-1 Garand military rifle and the "Trick Drill" or fancy stylized Drill teams.

Trick Drill teams are more colorful in uniform and weaponry. They usually use an M-1903 Springfield rifle wooden stock that is highly smoothed and prepared with a gloss varnish and topped with a 14" Chrome Bayonet. Both types of Drill Teams use weapons that have the firing mechanisms removed and are not able to fire ammunition for safety of both Cadets and Drill Competition audience. For more information on Drill Meets go to Wikipedia, "Drill Team" or "Exhibition Drill".

The TRIPHIBIAN GUARD was Chartered by SETON HALL UNIVERSITY and the Department of Military Science, U.S. Army, ROTC. The unit disbanded in the late 1970's due to lack of student interest at the end of the hostilities in Viet Nam. It is presumed that the original Charter is still active and has never been revoked by Seton Hall University or the Department of Military Science (ROTC).

At this writing, the unit is maintained in name only. The Alumni Director and CEO is Dennis A. Sommese, Esq. of Sacramento, California. Attorney Sommese is Retired, U.S. Army, Judge Advocate General's Corps, (JAG).

Attorney Sommese owns the Domain name, TriphibianGuard.Com.

The TRIPHIBIAN GUARD remains in close contact with Alumni, Seton Hall University and U.S. Army Military Science department. It is hoped that this information will be of continuing interest to Alumni and young college or college bound people.

For further information go to http://www.triphibianguard.com/ Posted by SOMMESE at 7:00 PM 7 comments