Military/Mountie Interpreters and Law-Enforcement Living-Historians (MMILL)
at Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum
Center of Military History
4736 SE Sunnymeade Dr.
Lawton, OK 73501
January 2017 Update:After stepping down as PIG Chair for the MMILL PIG in 2015, Correy Twilley has stepped back in to chair the PIG. The MMILL PIG has struggled with attendance since its inception but Mr. Twilley will try to bring the PIG into the 21st Century with some fresh gusto. While the MMILL PIG shares common ground with all of the other PIGs, Military Interpretation also remains unique in the interpretive world. We not only deal with agriculture, textiles, interpretation, and equipment, but we are also faced with unique challenges such as unexploded ordnance and a fluid methodology that changes from year to year. The way the Army operated at a particular location one year wasn't necessarily how it operated the following year. The world was and still is shaped by its military societies. From the fashion of sack coats to the use of micro-wave ovens, we owe many of these trends to the militaries of the world.
Minutes of the annual meeting of the P.I.G. group, “G.R.U.N.T.’S”, at Calgary, Alberta, June 2014 “Government Raised Unincorporated, Non-Uniformed Troops”