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Old 01-28-2012, 09:17 AM   #41
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Its the old Army NCO blues crossed with the current ASU. I'm not up on the NCO ASU conversions since I am an officer though. The pants have the gold stripe of the new ASU for all NCOs and officers, used to only be for officers in the old blues. Its his ribbons that are all jacked up, out of order, multiple services, NSDM with bronze star for a SSG? Nope. Even with my combined 14 years of service, I only have 1 NDSM, not 2 like him since they stopped awarding it before I was on active duty.
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Old 01-28-2012, 09:27 AM   #42
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Good news. A recent ruling by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals

10th Circuit upholds Stolen Valor Act
By John Ingold
The Denver Post


The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals this morning upheld the Stolen Valor Act, which makes lying about having received military awards a federal crime.
Attorneys for Rick Strandlof, who claimed to be a decorated combat veteran, had argued that the act was an unconstitutional violation of free speech. A federal district court judge agreed, dismissing the charges against Strandlof.
In an opinion (PDF) issued this morning, two of the three judges on a 10th Circuit panel upheld the act, saying lies are not worthy of constitutional protection. A third judge dissented, saying he believes the act violates free speech.
In the majority opinion, judges Timothy Tymkovich and Bobby Baldock wrote that Stolen Valor criminalizes only statements that are knowingly false and that are objectively verifiable. The judges argue that the Supreme Court has said false statements don't get constitutional protection, "except to the extent necessary to protect more valuable speech."


Read more: 10th Circuit upholds Stolen Valor Act - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/breakingne...#ixzz1khbMl0rz
That only applies to the judicial district, as the U.S. District Court in San Francisco ruled for the defendant (surprised? ) In any event it looks like it will be going up to the Supreme Court now...
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Old 01-28-2012, 09:29 AM   #43
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Do not know what service his coat is from looks to be COAST GUARD officer.
The single line "slash" was used as a four year mark.
The four rings on the bottom sleve represented "captain"
Looking at the shoulder button strap makes me think "O" coat.
Also believe the sholder patch represents "chief" . DANG so long ago--cannot remember if chief had the anchor ???
Does it really matter---PUNCH HIS LIGHTS OUT!!!!LOL
Now I will have to go check--got me wondering.
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His uniform is Army Dress Blues and has the rank of Staff Sergeant. This is a uniform that we used for formal occasions. We also had the Class A's (Green) uniform. A couple of years ago the Army did away with the Class A's, made a few changes to the Dress Blues and called them the "Army Service Uniform". LINK

There are comments on "This Ain't Hell" website that says this guy actually served and now works as a contractor. There is still no excuse for wearing a Dress Uniform to a Casino anytime, let alone after you are out, looking like a dirt bag with your hands in your pockets, and wearing ribbons that you didn't earn.
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Old 01-28-2012, 09:36 AM   #44
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Newertoy-

Its the old Army NCO blues crossed with the current ASU. I'm not up on the NCO ASU conversions since I am an officer though. The pants have the gold stripe of the new ASU for all NCOs and officers, used to only be for officers in the old blues. Its his ribbons that are all jacked up, out of order, multiple services, NSDM with bronze star for a SSG? Nope. Even with my combined 14 years of service, I only have 1 NDSM, not 2 like him since they stopped awarding it before I was on active duty.
The old Dress Blues for Enlisted and NCO's also had a gold strip down the leg. The Class A's didn't. Officers had a black stripe down each leg and General Officers had two thin ones.

This is me on the right wearing Dress Blues and my friend on the left wearing the Army Blue Mess Uniform. I never wore the new Army Service Uniform, nor would I have wanted to. I think it looks like crap.

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Old 01-28-2012, 09:44 AM   #45
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Didn't they teach you to keep your hands out of your pockets in basic? Oh wait.....
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Old 01-28-2012, 10:01 AM   #46
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Old 01-28-2012, 05:26 PM   #48
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Thanks GUYS!!!!!!!!!!
Not many people my age served--54years young. Best thing I ever did. Even if it was only four years. Straightened my ass right out. It would benefit many-MOST.
Change their attitude in this "GIVE ME" society.
I have NO TOLERENCE for the DEADBEATS.
Work or DO WITHOUT.
Like many of us older guys did.
The free shit is comming to an end--I HOPE.
Many need and DESERVE ASSISTANCE--Most do not.
The enabling is bad for all. The ones getting it and the ones paying it.
GO USA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-28-2012, 05:34 PM   #49
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I'm not military but I have the upmost respect for those who are, It should be legal for yall that are to kick the shit out off posers on site.. IMO
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Old 01-28-2012, 06:04 PM   #50
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some clarification...

The Uniform as has been stated is the Army Service Uniform. The basic uniform minus the hands in the pocket is correct in terms of the rank, service stripes, and nco pant stripe. The oddities are all in the ribbons and the lack of a former wartime service patch, which is now a pin-on badge on the right breast pocket that is missing when compared to the ribbons. I have served 17 years in the air force and am now on my 6th year in the army, so most of the ribbons are familiar to me. The lower row of ribbons are all National Guard ribbons. The second highest visible ribbon appears to be an air force outstanding unit award which should be on his right side if authorized (there are strict criteria for changing branch's). Then as was also previously mentioned the liberation of Kuwait medal was only authorized for a specified time period right at the gulf war. This would conflict with his service stripes. Simply being in Kuwait now does not authorize the liberation of Kuwait medal. I could dig in further but why bother; some of the oddities are explainable by switching branch's of service as I did, but there are still many things wrong. Whether it be ignorance or arrogence there is no excuse.
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Old 01-28-2012, 08:19 PM   #51
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Maybe it has been said already but you can get another services ribbons awarded to you. I got out of the Army and a few years into the Air Force, got an Army Commendation Medal for supporting a huge exercise. When I was in the Army, you had to hurl yourself on a grenade to get anything!

In other news...ass clown.
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Old 01-29-2012, 09:29 AM   #52
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Here is another one named name Jason Truitt. His claim to have been a Navy SEAL with 7 tours who was wounded 11 times and a POW twice got him a free hunting trip and a Weatherby rifle from some very nice and well intended people.




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Old 01-29-2012, 06:58 PM   #53
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Ok..if some dude came to making some wild ass claims and wanted something out of it, I would politely say "With all due respect, I need to confirm your story. We have had a lot of people trying to con us lately so please consider our position. We have actually turned a couple of fakes into the authorities and they are taking this pretty seriously. So, give us a couple of days and then get back with us. Thanks for your understanding."

Fucktards...
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He want to fake a purple heart??? I have a nice axe I can cut his arm off with.... Oh even better, I can take him to an old mine and toss some explosives at him so he can say he got hit with an IED. I am an angry man now, 4 years, 2 deployments, 6 friends.
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Here is another one named name Jason Truitt. His claim to have been a Navy SEAL with 7 tours who was wounded 11 times and a POW twice got him a free hunting trip and a Weatherby rifle from some very nice and well intended people.




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I've met a couple of SF/SEALS in my life, long after I became a civilian. This idiot looks NOTHING like those guys and worst he doesn't look as good a "Barney Fife"...

When U R from Tampa, SF people are fairly easily found, as Central Command is HQ'd @ Mc Dill AFB.
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Here is another one named name Jason Truitt. His claim to have been a Navy SEAL with 7 tours who was wounded 11 times and a POW twice got him a free hunting trip and a Weatherby rifle from some very nice and well intended people.




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what a piece of shit
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Why are most of these fakes fatasses?

This one is a good read......

http://www.georgiapacking.org/forum/...hp?f=6&t=49635
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Why are most of these fakes fatasses?

This one is a good read......

http://www.georgiapacking.org/forum/...hp?f=6&t=49635
I doubt theres any SF guys that, when in full ACU, cannot see the buckle of their riggers belt...
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