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DONT QUIT When things go wrong as they sometimes will When the road youre trudging seems all

uphill When the funds are low and the depths are high And you want to smile but you have to sigh When care is pressing you down a bit Rest if you must but dont you quit. Life is queer with its twist and turns As every one of us sometimes learns And many a fellow turns about When you might have won Had he stuck it out Dont give up though the pace seems slow You may succeed with another blow Often the goal is nearer than Its seems to faint and flattering man Often the struggles have given up When he might have won the victors cup And he learn to late when he night came down How close he was to the golden crown Success is failure turns inside out The silver tint of clouds of doubt And when you can never tell how close you are It may be near but it seems far So stick to the fight with your hardest hit Its when things go wrong that You must not quit. TIME Time is too slow for those who wait, Time is too swift for those who fear, Time is too short for those who grieve. But for those who love, time is eternity. So love the way you are. SIR! CADETSHIP Is but a grim struggle of Winning supremacy over one self, SIR!

CADET HONOR CODE A cadet doesnt lie, A cadet doesnt cheat, A cadet doesnt steal, Nor tolerate others for those who do. SIR!! MILITARY SECRECY What you see, What you hear, What you feel, When you leave, leave it hear. COMBAT SHOES Is an extension wrap around my feet, Which adds discomfort while doing the Duck Walk. SIR!! BUCKLES Is a piece of metal that is places on my forehead and adds discomfort while eating at the Mess hall. SIR!! WHAT IS A PARROT? Of all the queer birds I ever did see Parrot is the one that has no secrecy He talk too much of his life in the hut That is why one day he was finally shot So a cadet without secrecy and discipline Will someday meet the parrots end. SIR! UPPERCLASSMEN An upperclassman is a simple handshake of recognition that gives him a title of an immaculate. He is a fully developed animal that has gone through the dim world of ship hood. After asking the question, What is the reason of all these suffering under his superior? endure pain, gave sweat, and came near the end of this temperament. Now, hes the king or all kings, the master of all things, the roaring thunder of the corps. He has the strength of a bull, the roaring voice of a lion, the fury of a tiger, the cruelty of the beast, and the penetrating stare of an eagle that scrutinizes even the slightest error of the dumb guard. But these are just the mere role that they have to play. In the analysis of their real character, an upperclassman is a good brother, a best friend, a refined individual who will soon become an officer and a gentleman. SIR!

MILITARY PROFFESSIONALISM Men, who adopt the profession of arms, submit their own free will to a law of perpetual constraint of their own accord. They reject their rights to live where they chooses, to do what they want, to say what they think, to dress as they like. From the moment they become a soldier, it needs but an order to settle from this place, to move them to that, to separate from their family, to separate from their normal lives. In the world of command, they must rise, march, run, endure bad weather, go without sleep or food, be isolate in some distant post, and work until they drop. If they drop on their tracks, it their ashes are scattered to the four winds, that is all part and parcel of their job. WHY RATTLE? Sir the nervous system of MOCC is not yet fixed Due to the confused responses of the feeble brain That was brought about by the many sudden impact Of the faces uncontrolled by the vulnerable defenses Of the still weak and sluggard MOCC In addition sit, there is a sudden metamorphosis Just upon seeing the shadow of an upperclassman That the MOCCs reaction is not determined Right or wrong HOWS THE WEATHER? The sun is shining. The sky is blue. Everything is fine, when I see The handsome/beautiful face Of an officer like you, Maam/Sir! HOWS THE MOCC? SIR, MOCC NAME is a symbol that is bold and daring With the grand posture of a dashing gentleman With the warmth of a tender lips and kisses of a lover With a majestic smile of victorious soldier The masculine built of an Olympian god With the courage of a thousand warriors He talks with the strength of a lion And the gentleness a morning winds His personality mocks and kicks the rushing waves of the shore His eyes are clear and tantalizing as the rays of the setting sun In the short and simple language, MOCC NAME is very handsome, SIR!

PLEDGE OF LOYALTY If you work for a man in heavens name work for him Speak well of him And stand by the institution which he represents Remember, an ounce of loyalty is a worth pound of cleverness If you must growl, condemn, and eternally find fault, Why resign your position? And if you were on the outside, damn to your hearts content. But as long as youre a part of this institution do not condemn it For if you do, the first high wind that comes along will blow you away And probably you will never know why. GOLDEN RULE A senior may forget that he is a senior, But a junior MUST NOT forget that he is a junior. UNITY I am one but Im not the only one I cant do everything but I can do something. What I can do, I ought to do with the grace of God I will do. ARE YOU RESIGNING? Sir never Sir! I came from the land of the kings Where everyone does what he wishes I hiked the plains of Luzon, climbed the mountain And swam the seas of Cavite Just to reach my precious destination The 267th NROTCU As a MOCC to my upperclassmen Now, am I resigning? Sir Never Sir! Over the dead and rotten body of MOCC NAME sir! 11 GENERAL ORDERS 1. To take charge of my post and all government property in view. 2. To walk my post in a military manner, always on the alert and keep observing everything within sight or hearing. 3. To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce. 4. To repeat all calls from my post more distant from the guardhouse than my own. 5. To quit my post only when properly relieved. 6. To receive, obey and pass on to the sentry who relieves me all orders from the commanding officer, officer of the day, commissioned and non-commissioned officer of the guard only. 7. To talk to no one except in the line of duty.

8. To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder. 9. To call the corporal of the guard in cased of not covered instructions. 10. To salute all officers, all colors and standards not cased. 11. To be especially watchful at night. And during the time of challenging, to challenge all person on or near my post and to allow no one to pass without proper authority.


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