1-144th Field Artillery Saint Barbara’s Ball
WHO: Soldiers, Friends and Family
1700-1900 – Social Hour Guest Arrival and cocktail hour with bar service
1900-1905 - Posting of Colors
1905-1920 - Invocation and Introduction of head table
1920-2020 - Dinner Service
2020-2130 - Guest Speaker
2130-2200 - St. Barbara Awards
2200-2230 - Punch Ceremony
2230-2235 - Retiring of Colors
2235-0000 – Dancing
What are my Hotel options after the event?
BOOK A ROOM with the following link
or call (888) 421-1442 and reference St. Barbara's Army Ball Room Block
What can I wear to the event?
Army Service Uniform, Civilian “Black Tie”, Campaign hat
Army Mess Uniform
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. Once registered your name will be on the entrance roster to the event
What is The Tradition of Saint Barbara's Day?
The Order of Saint Barbara is a military honor society of the US for both the US Army and the US Marine Corps Field Artillery. On this occasion The Honorable Order recognizes those individuals within 1-144 Field Artillery Battalion who have demonstrated the highest standards of integrity and moral character, displayed an outstanding degree of competence and served the United States Army Field Artillery Branch with selflessness. They have significantly contributed to the promotion of the Field Artillery in ways that stand out in the eyes of their seniors, subordinates, and peers alike. They have established a standard of excellence for aspiring Redlegs. More than any other event in the life of Field Artillery soldiers, Saint Barbara's Day offers an opportunity to enhance professional commitment and underscore lofty standards of excellence and to create an atmosphere of camaraderie among Field Artillery soldiers within 1-144 Field Artillery Battalion , their families, and cohesion within the units.