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USS Arizona

USS Arizona

| May 27, 2015 | 14 Comments

If you’ve ever been there this will be of interest. “The USS Arizona Memorial is closed to visitors Wednesday morning after a tug boat collided with the memorial’s dock, making it “not safe for people to land there,” a spokeswoman said. A tug boat maneuvering the USNS Mercy hospital ship collided with the memorial’s mooring […]

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Gary Briggs, phony Vietnam Veteran revisited

Gary Briggs, phony Vietnam Veteran revisited

| May 27, 2015 | 27 Comments

Almost a year ago we wrote about Gary Briggs who swears up and down that he was a Navy veteran who served in Vietnam. The calender is against him. There is a Vietnam Service Medal in his records, but the end date for the award of the VSM is April 30, 1975. On that date, […]

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Jason Scaletta update

Jason Scaletta update

| May 27, 2015 | 12 Comments

Several people have asked about Jason Scaletta, the fellow we outed a few months back. He was the director of Veteran Service Center of America and pretended that he was a combat-wounded Ranger/Special Forces veteran with several deployments to Afghan, when in fact he was a Maryland National Guardsman whose only deployments were into the […]

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Lance Corporal Monifa Sterling; discharged for Bible verse

Lance Corporal Monifa Sterling; discharged for Bible verse

| May 27, 2015 | 57 Comments

I’ve been getting this story for a few days. It’s about Monifa Sterling a former lance corporal in the Marines who had a Bibical phrase posted in her workspace. When told to take it down, she refused; The plight of Lance Corporal Monifa Sterling seems unbelievable – a member of the Armed Forces criminally prosecuted […]

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Troye Brodrick; buried with Stolen Valor

Troye Brodrick; buried with Stolen Valor

| May 27, 2015 | 34 Comments

Someone sent this old story from 2007 about Troye Brodrick, who had actually served during the Second World War, earned a Combat Infantryman Badge and was discharged as a Private First Class after the war. He reenlisted in 1947 for two more years. But somehow, in later years, that four years of service became 40 […]

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LTC Jason Amerine; whistleblower faces Army investigation

LTC Jason Amerine; whistleblower faces Army investigation

| May 27, 2015 | 15 Comments

Lieutenant Colonel Jason Amerine, a special forces officer who specializes in hostage negotiations helped Congressmen write an amendment that would address hostage recovery, according to Chris Lamonthe at the Washington Post; It would require President Obama to appoint a specific existing federal official to oversee hostage tracking and recovery. Hunter credited Amerine with assisting his […]

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Wednesday morning feel good stories

Wednesday morning feel good stories

| May 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

First up this morning is Indiana, the land of TSO; According to IMPD officials, police responded to the report of a person shot at Abington Apartments. Police said two men entered the apartment unit and one of them fired shots. The victim returned fire. The suspects fled the scene. Police said a man fitting one […]

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Jesse MacBeth; phony resurrected

Jesse MacBeth; phony resurrected

| May 26, 2015 | 147 Comments

Sometimes the best phonies are the old phonies. Jesse MacBeth is the easiest phony to re-bust, you know since he was the first and most famous phony soldier of the war against terror. Michelle Malkin says that he has reinvented himself. You may remember that initially, he claimed back in 2003-2006 that he had been […]

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