Someone sent us a bunch of research he did on this creature, Donice Armstrong, who calls herself “Air Force Amy”, “the Michael Jordan of legal hookers”, she says – a former terrorist specialist and law enforcement member of the Air Force from 1984 – 1989. Here she is making her claims on Jeanine Pirro’s show;
And here’s her We Served profile;
And that’s where the first clue that she’s a fake – no one was awarded the National Defense Medal during that time period. And who fakes an NDSM, anyway? From her “about me” page at Air Force Amy;
I enlisted in the United Sates Air Force, serving a full term with an Honorable Discharge. I was an Air Base Ground Defense Instructor and Anti -Terrorism Specialist. I also performed Law Enforcement and Security duties. I worked with the Diplomatic Security Service, The Office of Special Investigations, Naval Intelligence, Army Special Forces, Navy Seals and thousands upon thousands of the sexiest hard-bodied men and women throughout all branches of the U.S. and Foreign Governments. I am highly Decorated including an extremely hard to get Meritorious Service Medal. I received numerous awards such as “Airman of the Year”, “Woman of the Year”, and “S.P. of the Year”. I was promoted twice “Below the Zone” (earlier than my peers). I also received the “John Levitow Award, the Highest Academic Award achievable. I was on the detail that escorted Marcos out of the Philippines when his government was overthrown.
Yeah, it must be hard to get promoted “below the zone” when the rank that she’s claiming is E-4.
And then there’s this from her website at Bunny Ranch (by the name of the website you probably know it might not be safe for work or home);
All truth be known, I’m actually a Disabled Veteran. I took a pretty severe knee injury (torn ligaments) during an Anti-Terrorist Operation. My previous occupation to the military is listed as “Featured Topless Entertainer” and since I can no longer perform my act on stage since the injury, I am disabled in the eyes of the military.
Well here’s the upshot; the National Personnel Records Center says “Who?”
So, there you go. Let the jokes begin.