Elton Perry Hawley; Marine Master Sergeant in 18 months

| January 30, 2013 | 90 Comments

Perry hawley

From our buddy, Scotty comes his latest phony, Elton Perry Hawley, he looks like he fell into a pile of medals at Ranger Joe’s doesn’t he? Well, haters, he did all of that in just eighteen months, according to the National Personnel Records Center;

Perry Hawley FOIA

Who leaves the Marines in the days after Desert Storm started, anyway. Folks were being involuntarily extended past their ETS dates and this ass monkey is getting out. How did that happen? In fact, I remember when we were in the port at al Jubail waiting for our Bradleys to arrive from Germany, there was a Marine manning an sandbagged Maw-duece outside of our warehouse barracks along the Persian Gulf and he said he was six months past his discharge date to stand that machine gun up.

But Hawley must be special because his discharge certificate was personally signed by GHW Bush. I think mine is signed by the Secretary of the Army. So, I’m guessing the discharge certificate is phony, too, because with 18 months of service, he probably didn’t get an honorable discharge. But, that’s just speculation based on personal experiences.

Hawley Discharge cert.

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  1. Chip@NASA says:

    Assbag,
    Someone needs to knife hand this dickhead in the windpipe.
    HARD.

  2. AndyFMF says:

    Parachute Rigger E2.

    Bravo Zulu.

  3. joker says:

    thats fake. he ant got the time to go to all the schools, must less get time in grade. maybe some jar head needs to kick his ass

  4. AndyFMF says:

    And we get to claim him…..not the Marines. He’s Navy all the way.

  5. Hondo says:

    Marines, need some help here. The FOIA posted by Scotty indicates this tool’s last duty station was TPU NAVSTA NORVA. Isn’t that the Brig for the DC area?

  6. Cacti35 says:

    He probably shit his pants when GHWB drew the “line in the sand”.

  7. NHSparky says:

    Hondo…TPU is Transient Personnel Unit, meaning shithead barracks as he was waiting to get the boot. If he had been in jail when he got tossed it would be more like CCU or NAVBRIG.

  8. USMCE8Ret says:

    @5/Hondo – I’d think if he were getting squashed by the Marines, he would have stayed at the Quantico brig (DC area). Last held rank was a PRAA, or “AIRCREW SURVIVAL EQUIPMENTMAN AIRMAN APPRENTICE”.

    This fucknozzle still needs a knife hand to the throat (like #1/Chip@NASA wrote). Where can I find him? I’ll deliver it myself!!

  9. KJR says:

    THe dude is a fucking douche. ain’t gonna get that rank and medals in 18 months. the amazing part is these douches believe their lies, just like all other criminlas.

  10. JDC (OUT FRONT) CAV says:

    Mabe he is on a mission to see if he can pose as a marine?

  11. Hondo says:

    NHSparky: thanks, and appreciate the bit of education on “NAVSPEAK”. Knew the USMC had a major brig at Quantico today; didn’t know if that was the case in 1991 or if that one serviced the DC area in 1990-1991. Also didn’t realize that – at least today – Norfolk Naval Sta is sometimes referred to as “NAVSTA NORVA”.

  12. Hack.Stone says:

    When I was over in Desert Shield late October 1990, I recieved orders to report to 29 Palms for Radio Technician Course, which was to commence the following Monday. (I think I got my verbal orders from the 1st Sgt about 15:30 on Thursday). So, I turned in most of my gear there, caught a ride to some movement center, and the next morning got on a bus to Prince Sultan Airbase. There were a few other marines on the ride with me, most going back due to a death in the family, or some other family crisis, and a few others on orders. Then, there was a fat-ass admin pogue running his MRE disposal cavity. This guy was going on an d on and on, how he knew when the war would start becuase he worked up at MEF and as a PFC, he was privy to all the hush-hush stuff. So I asked him if he was going back because of a death in the family, or if he had ordewrs to school. “No, I am getting out of the Marine Corps.” WTF? They are recalling people from retirment, extending others beyond their EAS, the guy is already in theater, he couldn’t have been there more than two months, and he is heading back stateside to get discharged? So yeah, it was possible to get discharged during Desert Shielld/Stormm, but you would have to be a worthless piece of shit for it to happen.

  13. Islandofmisfittoys says:

    Come on the movie a Few Good Men was based off his life he was the poor young kid who was getting kicked out but then Bush saved him, or wait maybe it was Stripes and he is still dazed and confused from being captured by the Soviets.

  14. Hondo says:

    Jonn – I think you misread this tool’s forged discharge certificate. I downloaded and expanded the photo on Scotty’s site. Best I can tell, it’s not signed by George H. W. Bush. It seems to be signed by George W. Bush – and has a date in the 2000s (can’t make out the last digit).

    He’s also wearing 2x stars on his NDSM – which means he’s claiming Vietnam service as well. And he’s wearing a V on his bogus BSM.

    This guy needs a little “one-on-one counseling” from a real Marine Master Sergeant. Preferably one with an attitude.

  15. AW1 Tim says:

    Man, I’d love to be there when Karma shows up to exact her pound of flesh from this guy.

    You just know he’s got a date with her in the very near future, and it’s going to be something very special. :)

  16. rkeen78 says:

    I love the fact that when you search his name in google, TAH and Scotty are already on the first page of results.

    Here’s his LinkedIn page, but I’m not upgrading my account just to fuck with this douche.

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/perry-hawley-cafm/55/a3/194

  17. Chip@NASA says:

    @17
    I saw all this and I wonder what would happen if we sent these threads and links to his current employers.
    In the past, the door handle in the ass is usually quite swift.

  18. Hondo says:

    LinkedIn page captured – just in case something “happens to it”.

  19. Chip@NASA says:

    @18 Hmmmm it seems that this would be his employers site, although I can’t find one Point of Contact.

    Maybe this guy? (thoughts?)
    Kevin Brizendine
    Retail Operation Manager at Berglund/Farrell Automotive Group
    Spartanburg, South Carolina
    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/kevin-brizendine/35/919/b49

    http://www.farrellauto.com/index.htm

    From his Linkedin: Commercial/ Fleet Sales at Berglund / Farrell Automotive
    Spartanburg, South Carolina

    Just saying is all. Anyone in the area? Anyone have a way to find the owner/dealership owner?

    /I’m such a prick.

  20. SJ says:

    Wonder if he has hired Mr. Buxton, Esq yet?

  21. USMCE8Ret says:

    Funny thing… He also claims to have formally been an Enlisted Navigator (C-130 community) with a VMFA (F/A-18 fighter attack squadron), a Parachute Rigger and Senior DI with 3d Battalion, “H” (Hotel) Company. (I’ve got news for him: “H” Company falls under 2d Recruit Training Battalion… Always has.)

    Besides him wearing shooting badges on the Dress Blue “A” uniform (and no ribbons?), coupled with the fact that his MEDALS are all fucked up and not in the proper order of precedence, it should also be noted that the certificate he’s holding on to is NOT the kind that was issued in the 1990′s, nor today. It’s also a fake reproduction.

  22. Twist says:

    I know this is off topic, but the media is making sure that everyone knows that the dude that shot a schoolbus driver, took a kid hostage, and is in an armed standoff is a vet.

    http://gma.yahoo.com/gunman-shoots-bus-driver-ala-takes-child-hostage-085919180–abc-news-topstories.html

  23. Hondo says:

    USMCE8Ret: it’s probably a fake from one of the “replacement” services out there. And he’s claiming 1987-2009 for dates of service, so I’m guessing the digit I can’t quite make out for 200X is a “9″.

    This guy is an older, stupider version of Dildoberto. Which he kinda resembles a bit, maybe.

  24. SGT B says:

    USMCE8Ret: With respect, I was Plt 3044, “H” Co, 3rd Recruit Bn, MCRD Parris Island back in 1984. Not sure in things have changed though. I agree with the rest of what you said. S/F.

  25. kp32 says:

    I’ve met quite a few people that went from the Marine Corps to the Navy. I have yet to meet someone who went from the Navy to the Marine Corps.

  26. Green Thumb says:

    Turd.

  27. USMCE8Ret says:

    @25 – I stand corrected. “H” Company falls under 2d Bn at MCRD San Diego, and that is for certain.

  28. Green Thumb says:

    Question for the Marines:

    When a subpar-Marine is discharged OTH, do they have to return all of their issued clothing items? (Uniform, shoes, etc)

  29. USMCE8Ret says:

    @24 – I have much disdain for certificate replacement sites.

    Not sure why he’d get a honorable discharge certificate and not a retirement certificate after 22 years of service?

  30. Mr Wolf, non-Esq. says:

    If I’d see him in an airport, I’d like to buy him a drink.

    From the bottom of a mens room stall…..

  31. Old Trooper says:

    Yeah, you can tell he’s legit by looking at his medal rack (that’s sarcasm folks). Anyone that made E-2 in the Marine Corps would see that rack as being really cocked up and know the person wearing it was as fake as a $3 bill.

  32. Old Tanker says:

    I got stop lossed in Desert Storm. I was extended 6 months. I never saw anyone leave. The only people I ever ran into that had actually been recalled from IRR were medics and MP’s.

  33. Old Trooper says:

    Also, It looks like an Army medal on our left.

  34. Green Thumb says:

    I would like to see the name on the HD he is holding….

  35. Mustang says:

    @34 Which one?

  36. kp32 says:

    The date on the discharge does look like March 2009. Guess who wasn’t the CiC on that date.

    Hey poseurs, how about a little more effort out there!

  37. Old Trooper says:

    @36: I stand corrected. It looks alot like an ARCOM, but checking the interwebs, I see it’s the Navy&Marine Corps Commendation Medal. They look quite similar.

  38. Hondo says:

    USMCE8Ret: perhaps because, as we’d have said where I grew up, he’s “ate up with the dumbass.”

  39. USMCE8Ret says:

    Hondo: He certainly is “ate up”. Where do these people come from?

    There’s got to be a psychological study on (or at least a term) for these people. They’re friggin’ EVERYWHERE!

  40. kp32 says:

    I know we’re beating the dead horse, but even a civilian might notice a date overlap:

    Owner/ Operator JB Hunt Transport Services, Inc.
    Public Company; 10,001+ employees; JBHT; Transportation/Trucking/Railroad industry

    2007 – 2009 (2 years)

    Tractor Trailer Owner/ Operator and business owner.

    Master Seregeant United States Marine Corps
    Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry

    1987 – 2009 (22 years)

    Enlisted Navigator, Parachute Rigger Shop Supervisor – VMFA 214, Sr. Drill Instructor 3d Bn., H Co., 3142 Plt.,

    Commercial Accounts Manager Fort Mill Ford Commercial/ Fleet

    2002 – 2006 (4 years)

    Commercial/ Fleet Sales

    General Manager Light House Beach Cafe, Lake Wylie, SC

    1994 – 2002 (8 years)

    Overall operations, supervision and management of the facilities. Employed 40 staff and generated yearly gross $1.65 million/ yr.

  41. Ex-PH2 says:

    It’s the worm in the mud syndrome — if the worm doth not appeareth to be-eth a cobra, we will not giveth the worm the proper respectus.

  42. USMCE8Ret says:

    @29/Green Thumb – From my experience, if we had a Marine get the boot and recieve a DD or OTH, just prior to them being shown the gate on their last day, it was common practice for all gov’t property to be surveyed (uniforms, gear, etc., minus personal property… no shake downs of otherwise personal property permitted) and turned in. This was typically accomplished by a SNCO from the S-4/Supply section and it was conducted in the barracks. For Marines who resided in town, it usually became the burden of the OIC and shop chief to coordinate getting all the gear and having it surveyed. I’m not sure if that’s still common practice or not, but it should be.

  43. FatCircles0311 says:

    I’m humbled that such a shitbag Squid would want to impersonate a Marine. Gives me a warm and fuzzy.

  44. Reaperman says:

    No excuse for this. Even a USNR E2 should know how to wear medals–or at least know that he was issued a handy book to look it all up in. He must have only had the one ribbon to worry about at the time. Outstanding attention to uniform regulations aside, at least he halfway looks the part.

  45. Arctic Fox says:

    I can’t tell for sure (fuzzy photo), but is he sporting Naval Flight Officer wings on his right side? I’d love to see his phony flight log book, too…

  46. Reaperman says:

    @46 it really looks like it. NAC would have been a lot more believable…

  47. Hondo says:

    Reaperman: I believe he’s wearing the NAC badge below the top badge.

    Arctic Fox: top badge could be Naval Aviator Wings. Might also be the Marine Aerial Navagator badge, though I don’t see the blue compass ring that should be there if it is.

  48. Reaperman says:

    Hondo: I think 2nd from the top is the USMC enlisted aircrew badge rather than the Navy one. Come to think of it, NAC is probably a little rich for 18months, anyway. EAWS would be more like it, but then he’d actually be wearing something he earned, which wouldn’t match the rest of the uniform at all.

  49. Stacy0311 says:

    bunch of haters up in this place.
    It’s clear that Cash Sales exploded and he was caught by shrapnel from the medals and badges section.

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