Military Ball

Joe

Well-Known Member
#22
pygmalion said:
I tried it. Didn't like it. Can't believe I ate (I bet you're expecting me to say the WHOLE thing) But no. Can't believe I ate two bites. One was enough. Yech! :lol:
What, no Dr. Seuss rhyming?
 
#25
Hey all,

I just wanted to say thanks for the advice offered. :) Turns out there was nothing to worry about, the dancing was more wedding-ish than anything as it was done by a DJ. It wasn't quite as formal as I was anticipating, but it was fun.

Thanks again,
Stephanie
 
#28
hey, quick question here, my boyfriend invited me to his military ball, he is in the navy. i was wondering if i had to bring any paperwork with me or if he had to fill out any specific paper work because i will be his guest/date. this is his first military ball and i just want to know.
 

cornutt

Well-Known Member
#29
hey, quick question here, my boyfriend invited me to his military ball, he is in the navy. i was wondering if i had to bring any paperwork with me or if he had to fill out any specific paper work because i will be his guest/date. this is his first military ball and i just want to know.
Is the event on base? If so, you will likely need some kind of pass to get through the gate. Your boyfriend should ask his CO or unit XO if he doesn't know the procedure for getting a pass for a visitor. When you go pick it up, you will need to show a driver's license or some other form of government-issued photo ID.

If the event is not on base, no ID or pass is normally required. Ask your boyfriend if it's necessary to buy a ticket.
 

GGinrhinestones

Well-Known Member
#30
Is the event on base? If so, you will likely need some kind of pass to get through the gate. Your boyfriend should ask his CO or unit XO if he doesn't know the procedure for getting a pass for a visitor. When you go pick it up, you will need to show a driver's license or some other form of government-issued photo ID.

If the event is not on base, no ID or pass is normally required. Ask your boyfriend if it's necessary to buy a ticket.
This. You should have nothing to worry about, since it is a formal function, even if it is on base. If it is off base you won't need anything special. If it is on base you *may* need an enhanced driver's license or passport, but chances are you won't even need that if you travel together.
 

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