Hasan’s Officer Record Brief

| November 5, 2009 | 66 Comments

I don’t know how he got it, but COB6 got Hasan’s ORB;

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  1. I don’t know, my prejudice against officers makes me think he’s exactly one.

  2. OldTrooper says:

    Well, Jonn, then see the second part of my post, heh, heh, heh

  3. VTWoody says:

    I can’t fathom how a field grade officer could last what’s been what, 8 years of conflict with out ever being deployed?? Men and Women I know have volunteered from the guard, reserves, irr even to go and support the mission. I’d imagine you’d have to maneuver into solid desk jobs pretty frequently to not end up in the suck…or is it, he’s a pro at “the suck” back here in the states?

  4. defendUSA says:

    Um, gee, But was that “Army officer” displaying conduct unbecoming of…oh, sorry, no. Just being a chestpuffer extraoridinaire.

    Well, er, um. No. He was being a buddy fucker extraordinaire to his comrades who have died at the hands of a treasonous officer who has betrayed his patients, medical oath and the Constitutional oath.

    TSO, if CID does see fit to contact you or Jonn…you know if you need money to get out of jail, *we* got your back around here…heh.

  5. The Sniper says:

    Usually the ones that never deploy are the ones that get stuck in training billets throughout their careers. TRADOC types that care more about reflective belts than actual issues and combat. Hell, even admin types deploy more than TRADOC careerists. That’s where my guess is.

    And AS, I’ve got your back on this one. He’s got to be for real.

  6. VTWoody says:

    Ah, the old “those who can’t, teach”

    Makes sense to me. Any soldier that finds a desk job so that he can avoid a deployment is no better then a civilian who avoids the military….they want to enjoy this country and its freedoms but really do nothing to ensure its stability.

  7. A Heros Friend says:

    Sniper…Is’t “change jingling” a**wipe a military billit for certain osifer types?

  8. Gary says:

    Army Officer,

    I will naturally assume that you contact CID everytime you run across personal information of military personel posted on the net. So you are regularly having the NYT investigated for leaking classified material. Now if you are not, then I see it as you using CID for political/personal issues- hence you are breaking the law and should resign your commission immediately for conduct unbecoming an officer, misuse of government resources, and so on.

  9. Cbas says:

    Lol, hey guys, ARMY OFFICER says its wrong! Wrong like killing 13+ people and an unborn child? Or maybe wrong like serving for 12 years and getting 3 awards total. Well, not really awards, since everybody on active duty at the time got them, but…wait, maybe its as wrong as never fucking deploying and then being a big fucking crybaby about it.

    I hope to God this PoS lives so we can kill him. And fuck you, Army Officer.

  10. Matt says:

    #1- Present, non-contributing. That will be a finding concerning the release of the ORB during the official investigation into the shooting incident. And that will be one of the areas that the Army places misguided effort to fix because that is an area they can fix.

    #2- I am currently one of the those TRADOC wienies (2x deployments- OIF 1/06-08)who has the pleasure of training a graduate course. Every class has a sprinkle of non-deployers. Usually recent flight school grads, return to active duty types, or NG who belong to a unit with UH1/OH58C/UH72, etc. But every class has at least one senior AD CW4/5 who has not deployed. Honduras, Korea, Sinai, NTC/JRTC, etc. are the usual hang outs of these pogues. And after a few minutes of talking with them, you realize that we are better off having most of them avoid the war. The Army is actively looking for these types so as they can be deployed. Or so they say.

    #3- Religon of peace my ass.

  11. Matt says:

    BTW- no shortage of retards at all levels, deployed or not who are worried about reflective belts. Not a TRADOC thingie.

    Has the newest Commandant (CSM with 29yrs) of the US Army Drill Sergeant Academy been deployed yet?

  12. UpNorth says:

    Matt, I’ve run across the people you describe in #69 above, #2.. They gravitate to certain positions in the fire service and law enforcement. I’ve known Captains, Lt’s and sergeants in the PD who got off the street as soon as they could and never went back. They never worked 3rd shift, it was dark out there. Hell, my old department has a chief like that now.

  13. Matt says:

    Me or the pogues I have to train? I am embarrassed on some days when I have to get up front of a crowd of deployers and give a class on something that may save their life in combat. I am ashamed at times that I have only done two tours when some of my students are set to begin their third/fourth. I am embarrassed that I have known well over 30 Soldiers who have died in the current conflicts (most recent- CW3 Niall Lyons, Afghanistan, 26OCT09) and yet have the opportunity to go home every night. There are days when I feel that I have not done my part.

  14. A Heros Friend says:

    Matt…NEVER feel embarrassed!You serve and sacrifice also…those who serve honorably all sacrafice to one extent to the other,even those who are not military,but have family who serve, sacrifice.It is the nature of the beast!Never second guess or wonder if what you are doing is important,if it wasn’t,it wouldn’t exist.Keeping our troops alive is just as important as pulling a trigger. Stay Faithful and true and NEVER let the Bastards grind you down! SEMPER FI

  15. Michele says:

    I just caught this site and his ORB via Blackfive. Their post brings up some interesting questions as to gaps in his timeline. I find it very interesting that he chose to list no religious preference. Seems way off base for anyone who is devout.

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