John Gerald Fulton; phony Delta Force operator

| August 29, 2016

John Fulton tat

Someone sent us their work on this fellow, John Gerald Fulton in Tucson, Arizona where he’s a firearm instructor and the CEO of SFOD-1 Security Consultants;

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He claims to be Special Forces and a Delta Force operator (notice the “Special Forces” tattoo in the picture at the top of the page). He loves those tats because they give him creds;

John Fulton tatts

I mean, what kind of jerk would get a tattoo if he hadn’t earned the badges, right?

John Fulton FOIA

John Fulton FOIA Assignments

John Fulton FOIA Training

Seven years of service as a wire systems installer and as an Air Traffic controller makes him a Delta Force Operator. No Basic Airborne Course, no Special Forces training, no Ranger training.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Hayabusa says:

    Maybe he meant “Delta” the airline. That guy’s the size of a 747.

    • OldManchu says:

      Here are his creds as a firearms instructor….

      “Nra firearms instructor, Arizona unarmed and armed firearms instructor. Hand to Hand combat and martial arts training. Military self defense, Police, Krav Maga and various disciplines of martial arts. Disarming attackers. Pshycological(sic) fighting. Situational awareness. Personal protection, security consultations for both private homes to large companies Former Delta force Operator”

      • Chris says:

        I’m curious about the “unarmed and armed firearms instructor”…

        How is instructing people in “unarmed firearms” helpful? And do you really need to instruct them in “armed firearms”? Isn’t instructing in plain firearms enough?

        • Hack Stone says:

          The Bureau of More Redundancy Department.

          Sounds like he took his inspiration from The Stunning Agency website. Does this guy offer up recipes on how to best serve flaming squirrels?

          • OldManchu says:

            Hack and Chris, yall just don’t understand. It is a very deep training concept. If the title confuses you, then he knows that you are obviously not ready for his advanced class. Keep trying to meditate on it and one day you will make it into his advanced training.

            🙂

            • swormy says:

              Billy Ray Valentine:

              “That’s called the “quart of blood” technique. You do that, a quart of blood will drop out of a man’s body”.

      • Hayabusa says:

        It was a real shame when AT&T got broken up, and all those “operators” had to find new employment.

  2. sj says:

    Signal again. No NDSM?

    • 26Limabeans says:

      Delta Signal. The NDSM has been redacted.

    • Claw says:

      No NDSM? No sweat. I know about a few E-9’s who have an extra one they aren’t using.

      As a side note, just like the 1st SEAC and an E-9 in Hawaii with a mop head under her patrol cap, the current serving 3rd SEAC is also boasting a third award of the NDSM, although he didn’t come on active duty until 1982.

      So if somebody is lacking an NDSM, just hit those people up. They have lots extra of them just laying around doing nothing.

    • CWP says:

      NDSM eligibility time periods:

      Korean War
      June 27, 1950 to July 27, 1954
      Vietnam War
      January 1, 1961 to August 14, 1974
      Persian Gulf War
      August 2, 1990 to November 30, 1995
      Global War on Terrorism
      September 11, 2001 to Present day

      • Claw says:

        Yep, we know that. Thanks for the info.

        What has happened is, within the past year, there have been three different E-9s who have all claimed/being pictured (with the exception of E-9 Carrot Top) wearing two Service Stars on the NDSM, when in reality their periods of service do not cover the three latest eligibility periods. Two of the three E-9s have been/are the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (SEAC) and supposedly outrank every enlisted member of all of the services.

        We know they are FUBAR by wearing three awards and it’s just funny to many of us when we point this out, because supposedly they should be setting the example for all enlisted service members, but they can’t seem get their own ribbon racks correct.

        In short, AR 670-1? Pffft, never heard of it.

      • James hobbs says:

        You forgot operation earnest will

  3. Jay says:

    He’s got nice tits though.

    • OldManchu says:

      He sure does!

      And his head looks perfectly like a single scruffy testicle.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Oh. My! God! Manboobs!

      My eyes! My eyes!!!!

      Vlad without a shirt will never look the same to me again.

    • Dan says:

      You need to get laid more… Them’s pure man boob.

      • HMC Ret says:

        Man boobs look much more, uh, manly on Putin. “You wear it well. A little old fashioned but that’s all right.”

        • jason says:

          putin doesn’t have manboobs. putin is in excellent shape for a man his age. manboobs are on fat guys.

          • HMC Ret says:

            NOT true. It’s called gynecomastia. Yes, some men have tits b/c they are fat, but I’ve seen enough skinny guys with tits to know what it really is. Those tits may not entirely be the direct result of obesity, but gynecomastia, although the condition is often aggravated by obesity. If a fat guy with tits becomes un-fat, and his tits remain, it may be the result of gynecomastia. BTW, I’ve seen some huge guys lose to their ideal weight, and they almost always have residual tits/manboobs. Also, gynecomastia can be the result of many, many causes, everything from hormonal imbalance to drug use (which can cause hormonal imbalance). From the looks of this guy, I believe his tits to be the result of gynecomastia, not being fat. Could be wrong. Oh, and of itself, it is usually not a reason to deny access to military service. Worked for a time at an induction center on weekends and saw many skinny guys with tits. I’ve never seen a guy with tits who was denied service entry or who was medically discharged. The condition is fairly easy to surgically correct as well as sometimes with hormones. It’s really a fairly simple surgical procedure. BTW, this guy’s tits are minor compared to some I’ve seen, even among AD members. You might be surprised what’s hiding within some AD uniforms. (Well, maybe not today when seemingly everything goes.) Here’s a short bit I stole from Mayo Clinic:

            Gynecomastia is triggered by a decrease in the amount of the hormone testosterone compared with estrogen. The cause of this decrease can be conditions that block the effects of or reduce testosterone or a condition that increases your estrogen level. Several things can upset the hormone balance, including the following.

            And the article continues to include a listing of many hormonal imbalance causes and other factors.

            Regards

            • Old Nam Doc says:

              Don’t forget, man boobs are also the results of drugs used to decrease/prevent testosterone production. Having had surgery and radiation treatments for prostate cancer from AO exposure in Nam, the hormone medication is now necessary to maintain PSA. The VA alternative to the hormone medication is castration, and I am holding off on that.

              • HMC Ret says:

                Ditto. Hormonal therapy is very common in the treatment of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer treatment has changed tremendously over the years. Now, given the patients age and other factors, doctors may do nothing .. no surgery and no hormones.

        • jason says:

          putin has a chest, not manboobs

    • jarhead says:

      Great observation tech Jay. You took the words from my mouth. The poor dumbass is too stupid to realize he is ready and in need of a training bra. Betcha by next Spring Break in Panama City he will be ready for the wet T-shirt contest.

  4. AW1 Tim says:

    Looks more like the “Special Ed Forces”. They wear helmets on their heads. 🙂

  5. 26Limabeans says:

    What’s with the ATC entry before discharge?

    • Claw says:

      Looks like he re-upped in 1987 for a different MOS, as he completed 14 weeks of ATC school at Fort Rucker in 1988.

      But then I bet the Army’s Fat Boy program got ahold of him and was never able to make E-5.

      Another case of the “Up or Out” program doing some good.

      • 26Limabeans says:

        Oh. Now I see it in the third page.
        Seems part of the re-up would include an
        additional stripe, if you can get through the training. ATC is not for the loose parts type.

      • HMC Ret says:

        Knew a Sailor who was repeatedly given yet another exam cycle to make E-5. Finally, he was bounced as an E-4 with 9+. I never knew a more stupid Sailor. I have no idea how he got through boot. He wasn’t a Corpsman; can’t remember his rating. He lived in base housing with a 400 pound wife. Navy was at his housing unit frequently b/c he didn’t maintain the place. No grass cutting. Crap all over the lawn. Trash cans overturned. His LCPO had it with him and asked if I would do a visit to try to get his ass squared away. No luck. Took yet another testing cycle and failed. BTW, the inside of the unit was worse than the outside. These people had no concept of hygiene. Wife? 400 pounds and smell to high Heaven. I NEVER saw a more dysfunctional Sailor and family. Oh, two kids, one with diaper dragging the floor. Threw away over 9 years. I don’t mean this guy only didn’t know the specifics of his rating well enough to pass an exam … this guy was a damn moron.

  6. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    Certified shovel operator with. Licensed to carry entrenching tool, spade, and hoe. Discrete training available at your site.

  7. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    E1 is a gimme and E2 is hard to miss. Seven years and an E4? Yeah, I’m impressed.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      When I ETS’ed in 1994, one was forced out after eight years of service without making E5, just sayin’.

    • Martinjmpr says:

      He completed PLDC but if he was flagged for weight he wouldn’t have made E-5.

    • Martinjmpr says:

      He must have been a shitty ATC, either that or he hated the job.

      Fun fact: Air Traffic Controller is one of the highest paid government jobs you can get without a college degree. I know ATCs who are in their late 20’s, after a stint in the Air Force, pulling down over $100k/year.

      Yes, the job is very stressful and they have a high on-the-job injury rate (from stress.) Still a great career path if you want to make good money in a pretty much recession proof job.

      • Claw says:

        Yep, career wise, it looks like everything was going along pretty good until he came back from ATC school in July of 88 and got assigned to the USAG (Post Garrison troops) at Fort Hootchy-Kootchy.

        After that, probably couldn’t keep the weight down, so no E-5 board, not eligible to reenlist, gone at seven years.

        • Hondo says:

          I’m thinking there may be more to it than the weight control program, Claw. If that was the reason he was discharged, I don’t know why he’s not working ATC today if he left the Army on good terms, job-wise. As others here have said: high demand job (if somewhat high stress), very recession-resistant, with very good pay. And I don’t think they much care if you’re hefty, either.

          I’m guessing there’s another reason he’s not working as an ATC somewhere. But I could easily be wrong.

          • Sandman says:

            My nephew is a ATC in the Army out at Carson. I talked him into the MOS because of the civilian pay. This cat would have needed at least 4 years of tower time to be considered for a civilian position. This information comes from my nephew, BTW he just pinned on E-5 so congrats to him!

          • Claw says:

            Or it could be as simple as having had enough of the Army life.

            Looks like he did a four year initial hitch (maybe for the college fund money), then took another three for a MOS change from being a wire dog, went to Air Traffic Controllers school and then got burnt out over the next two years and just said to Hell with it and got out at the end of the three year term of enlistment.

            Now here it is, 26 years later, and he may have been an ATC guy for a period after discharge, but it just got to be too much (stress, anxiety, etc) to continue on a downward spiral and is looking for a better way of life before he cashes in.

            But the better way of life should not include lying/posing as something you were not.

            Just my thoughts.

            • SFC D says:

              If he got burned out working ATC at Libby AAF, he’d never make it anywhere. It’s not exactly a major hub.

              • Martinjmpr says:

                At the time he was there (late 80’s) he would have had lots of OV-1 Mohawks and other reconnaissance/surveillance birds to direct but not much more than that.

                Just looked at the dates again – it’s very likely that yours truly ate at the same chow hall as this guy. I was going through 96B AIT from April to July of 1987 and we ate at the 11th Signal Brigade DFAC. Small world!

      • Bobo says:

        I was going to say the same thing. For fun last week I pulled up the ATC vacancies in the FAA. Plenty of jobs, all required previous experience as an ATC, with military experience accepted. All were 6 figure jobs, and some in places where someone making 6 figures could live like a king.

  8. Dave Hardin says:

    Another veteran with perfectly honorable service he decided to flush down the shitter. It appears that during the years he served he did better than most insofar as awards go.

    I guess that was not good enough.

    • HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

      ARCOM’s and AAM’s… more than I’ve seen some E-6’s have – and decides to take a shit all over that?

      UFB…

  9. Chow hound commando and fart specialist seems to be more appropriate title

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Rear Door Mess Hall Gunner?

    • Ex-Garbage Gun Shooter says:

      As an A-Ganger on a Boomer the shitters and the sanitary tanks were our divisions responsibility. We emptied them, we kept them functioning, we dove them when the need arose. Because of our efforts the entire crew got to pass gas shit in peace whenever the felt the need. Trust me, that is important.

      While “fart specialist” does not appear on my DD214 – if you’re ridding a sub and it starts to smell like “shit” who you gonna call, A-Gang.

      I’m proud of my service. I’m proud of the job I did and as a real fart specialist I take exception to being tied to this or any other bottom feeding low-life faker.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Do you need a hug?

      • Bobo says:

        I used to think that my lot was bad rate wise until one of there was a problem with one of the SAN tanks and the non-qual MM got to fix it from inside the tank.

        • Silentium Est Aureum says:

          You’ve never lived until you’ve seen an A-ganger take a clogged and dripping shower strainer (sans kimwipe) and wave it in front of the Chief of the Watch, bitching about guys rubbing one out.

          Oh, them’s the good old days. Guessing that doesn’t happen much anymore.

      • HT3 '83-'87 says:

        I feel you bro…on an AOR we didn’t so much as chase turds as blow them over the side with fire main pressure. Pull the boots off the backs of the shitters, stop the up with DC plugs, then attach a custom made fitting to turn 1 1/2 fire hose into Draino…wuuussshhhh!!!! No more clogged pipes! Depending who’s skating on the fantail we’d give them a heads up…or not.

  10. Martinjmpr says:

    Normally I have some sympathy for people who might get scammed by a liar like Fulton, but honestly, anybody who looked at that 4th grade web page or actually met this lumpy POS and thought they were dealing with a real SFODD “Oper8R” deserves to get scammed.

  11. Martinjmpr says:

    Jonn: Better watch out, though: He might unleash some of that “pshycological fighting” on you! 😀

  12. Dapandico says:

    A sport got the better of him.

  13. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    You go to a ball game. A HR is hit. You later say you caught it. Problem: The game was televised and there’s proof you lied. You join the Army. It has an elite element. You later say you were a member. Problem: There are records and the records proved you lied. It must suck to be Tits Fulton.

  14. Tony180a says:

    Oh for fucks sake!! This piece of shit really thought this one through. Claim to be a CAG operator??? Did you have a good time at Camp Dawson, WV? Note to posers, keep claiming service in very small elite units it’s harder to smear you with your own bullshit!!(SARC)

    I’m sure you think of Gordon and Shughart everytime you tear up watching Black Hawk Down you fucking maggot! BTW your phoney airborne wing tattoo should go above your phoney pathfinder badge tattoo. I volunteer to remove both with some 20 grit sandpaper so you can correct that minor mistake.

    • Martinjmpr says:

      Nah, blowtorch, Sons of Anarchy style. 😉

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        To hell with just a blowtorch, I’ll bring the branding iron!

        • Tony180a says:

          Sand paper, blowtorch then branding iron!

          Of all the shit he thought he could get away with!! Start a business on fake credentials and have the gall to call it SFOD-1 security consultants!! Has he shut down his facebook page yet?

  15. Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

    Each and every day I come here hoping to see something true, and I do see something true every day.

    What’s true is that almost all of these guys are liars.

    I’m hoping that someday there will be a string of these guys who are actually telling the truth, and we can all be pleasantly surprised when that happens. I’m not holding my breath though because I’m certain to pass out long before I see a string of honest guys posted on this site.

    Guy did an important job in the military, no he wasn’t a stone cold killer. So what?

    Our problem as a society is that we can’t just say we respect someone’s service. We have to pretend that somehow everyone who served is some kind of hero. Instead of simply honoring the concept that millions of decent men and women did what they promised they’d do and telling our kids that’s how life is supposed to work our society wants millions of “heroes”.

    It’s the culmination of participation trophy mentality. Our society now believes everyone deserves recognition for merely participating.

    It creates an environment for this kind of individual to take advantage. I don’t recall a lot of this from 1971-1985 where there were a lot of guys pretending to be special forces killers. I wouldn’t be surprised to find millions of liars who aren’t making nearly as outrageous claims as this getting away with their lies every day. No doubt the stolen valor war is being fought as successfully as the drug war…meaning we miss 90% of the liars.

    I didn’t serve so anyone could think I was special, I served because I felt it was owed to my nation same as the rest of you. The government said what I did was honorable. It’s enough for me. Too bad it can’t be enough for guys like this.

    Sorry for the rant, I know I went all over the place there.

    Some days I’m as disappointed with my fellow Americans as I am with these fucking liars…

    • HMC Ret says:

      VOV: Ditto. I did nothing millions of others didn’t do. Damn proud of it and would do a repeat, though I’m no hero. BUT, we DID DO stuff 90%+ of the public choose not to do. I’ve been repaid in spades: monthly retirement check, VA, TRICARE, etc. (Smiley Face) I’ve made out in excess of my contributions, IMO. But I AM damn proud of myself and I think that’s true of the vast majority of veterans. I’ve met very few vets who regret having served. I feel greatly for them, b/c those who feel that way are usually those who suffer greatly with physical and mental issues for which there is no escape. Great sadness in my heart for those. Great sadness …

      Re these buttwipes being out in force, the internet makes it possible. Before, oh, the late 90s or so, most bullshittery was local. Go to the VFW, DAV and spin your bullshit tales of heroism. It was possible that behavior never left the building. Now, these asswipes have a ready forum to paste their bullshittery all over the internet, where Jonn and others can determine it for what it is … bullshit.

      Then, when caught, it’s about the lawyers, PTSD, my records are sealed, my GF/EX posted that stuff, etc.

      And, sometimes, it’s ‘I didn’t do it and I’ll never do it again’. Then the countdown begins for when they do it again.

      My rant is over, also. Props

    • Green Thumb says:

      Word, my man.

      Word.

  16. HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

    Another Special Feces / sooper seekrit skwirrl operator… must like having his stool pushed in at the local graybar hotel.

  17. Skippy says:

    Da Fuk !!!!!
    This is my neck desert who in da hell is this guy ?????

    BHWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ! ! ! ! !

    Just be yourself
    Why

    Another turd hits the toilet

    • Skippy says:

      Neck of the desert
      Damn spell check

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      No, I like ‘neck desert’. It’s – well, poetic!

    • SFC D says:

      Fuckstick left Huachuca a month before I arrived. 16th Signal Company was basically a bunch of chogie boys for the Electronic Proving Ground. And I guess if you squint, Libby AAF kinda looks like Somalia. Welcome to TAH fame, asswipe.

      • sj says:

        “chogie boys” Hadn’t heard that in a long time. Memories

      • AW1Ed says:

        Had to look it up, but my guess was pretty close:

        “A low ranking person within an organizational structure who takes every opportunity to insist on adherence to procedure in lieu of actual power. An unknown person deep in a bureaucracy who will or should have done something. A person within an organizational structure with whom we don’t know or care about. Military in derivation.”

  18. Andy11M says:

    While I was in I met a scout from our BRT (Brigade Recon Troop) that had originally joined to be an ATC. One phrase he used over and over to describe the school was “drinking from a fire house”. He said it was the most academically demanding thing he had ever done. He had no problem saying he washed out of ATC and had to pick a new MOS. I mention this because this asshat made it through ATC and that’s nothing to sneeze at. But I guess he doesn’t realize that, or more importantly, the people he wants to impress wouldn’t know that.

    • GR_ATC says:

      “Made it through ATC” is a bit of a stretch. I would have to know more about the Army’s Air Traffic Control Specialist (ATCS) certification system.
      In the Air Force, our ATC school house weeds those that “lack the ability to learn Air Traffic Control” and send the rest to the field for OJT. Those of us in the field then train the crap out of them. Those that make it are truly part of a brother/sisterhood like none other. Depending on the track (Tower/RAPCON), the upgrade (basic 5-level, not RAPC) can take anywhere from one year to three (yes, I know an individual that took three years to complete their 5-level in a RAPCON). Those that don’t make it are typically retrained into a less demanding career field or “not retained” due to some other deficiency.

  19. Green Thumb says:

    What a fat, fucking maggot.

    Dude just looks flaccid.

  20. ex-OS2 says:

    Cocksucker.

  21. SFC D says:

    Business address appears to be his residence. That’s legit.

    • Skippy says:

      That happens a lot here in Tucson I go the search for a business and some of the addresses are a complete no-go.

  22. lily says:

    I’ve been keeping an eye on this guy. I temporarily worked with him and I think he was trying to claim he was Delta Force. He used the Delta Force logo and called his company “Delta Spear”. He was 82nd Airborne Infantry and got a knee injury that gave him 60% disability. I sent him a message asking if he was in Delta Force. I’ll let you know if he claims he was Special Forces.

    https://www.facebook.com/art.calzado.7

    • sj says:

      How was he in the 82nd when there’s nothing the files that say he went to Benning? Are there LEGS in the Div these days?

      • Martinjmpr says:

        SJ I think Lily was referring to the guy who’s facebook she posted, not John Gerald Fulton, Delta Force phony.

    • GDContractor says:

      Word on the street is that this guy (link below) tells the ladies he’s former SEAL. Hit him up, Lily.

    • Hondo says:

      Oh, you gotta love this “Career Summary”. What follows is a direct cut/paste from the site SFC D linked above. All text is exactly as it appeared less than 1 min ago.

      “During my career I have had leadership/Management roles throughout. I have two degrees Business Management and adminstartion. I have had to personally do all disciplines of human resources and administrative duties that come with working security branches. While I am not totally bound to security work these have been the companies I have had to work for. I extensive special operations experience from the military which gives critical thinking skills and ability to problem solve and communcate above most levels. I also have a well disciplned work ethic to where I need little to no supervision to complete tasks in a timely manner or meet deadlines. My law enforcement background provides me excellent inter personal communication skills at a high level. I have exceeded job requirements for every employer I worked for. I am also considered an excellant trainer, I have the abilirty to take any subject learn and train others”

      There are eight sentences above. There are five misspelled words in those eight sentences, plus at least one major error in punctuation (no, there was no period at the end of the last sentence). And the writing there is at best . . . poor.

      • ex-OS2 says:

        It is confirmed, John Gerald Fulton is in fact an illiterate cocksucker.

      • jarhead says:

        Poor would include the use of the word “I” twelve times in so little information. You sure this is not Comrade Poodle Dik Tinkerbelle?

        • HMC Ret says:

          I’m thinking he should have gotten a Liberal Arts degree with a major in, oh, English. That way he could FUCKING SPELL. What, no spell check? I’m sure with that resume the employers will be all over his ass. I see big bucks in his future. Well, that and dishonor.

          My favorite passage: “… I am not totally bound to security work …”

          Yeah, I’m thinking with your obvious stupidity your only security work would be loss prevention at Dollar General. After a few years there, you could move up to Wally World. Maybe your role could be the training dummy that gets tazed. I’m thinking it would be legal since no humans would be involved on the receiving end. Hey, I’m just looking out for you, dummy.

    • jarhead says:

      Something VERY ODD about this picture. Notice the two Smiling Buddha characters, one on each side of them?

      Even for traditional Buddha, these are smiles that obviously represent the “Totally Full Of Shit” ethos.

  23. Starbux says:

    He looks hard core to me LOL!

  24. Green Thumb says:

    Security Instructor at All-Points Logistics.

    And Certified Manhole Inspector.

    • Green Thumb says:

      That is after he hooks up with “His Gayness, The Jayness” Gay Jay Kerwin for a personalized workout that will be sure to burn something off of his fat ass flaccid self.

  25. B Woodman says:

    Shouldn’t his company be SMOD-1, Sweet Meteor of Death?

  26. This soft, fat, phony is claiming SFOD, claiming to have been in Gothic Serpent, claiming Ranger, claiming Airborne, and was none of the above. I know people who were in Gothic Serpent, Army Rangers, and a “Delta Operator”, and this turd wouldn’t rate to scrape the mud off their boots.

  27. TankBoy says:

    Just contacted Angie’s List to try and get this poser Fatty Arbuckle and his useless company dropped from their site.

  28. TankBoy says:

    I love the Fort Huachuca connection. I go there quite a bit for work. I bet he did some SIGINT training there for Delta Force. Maybe he can get a job doing SIGINT management and security for Carlos Danger.

  29. SFC D says:

    Fuckstick needs to be repeatedly slapped in those bitchtits

  30. mr. sharkman says:

    Wait.

    ‘Pshycological fighting’?

    Is there a school or course for that?
    Does it have a badge/pin/etc.?

    ‘Asking for a friend’. 😉

    • Skippy says:

      PSYOPS 37A 37F or civil affairs 38B
      I’m MOS T 38B and was going to Q on 37F
      It’s tons of boring paper work (aka office time the reason why I thought the 37F would be a little better but believe me it’s none of the door kicking crap these POSs make it out to be
      It’s building schools helping folks with farming electricity and all of those every day comforts
      This turd above is full of ????
      Anyone bragging and running da trap claiming ninja ???? status is a true shaming POS.

  31. Jonn Lilyea says:

    He called to explain that the tattoos were to honor his father’s service not to fool anyone.

  32. John Fulton says:

    Gentleman, this was brought to my attention today. I was appalled as all of you are. My record is exactly correct I do not go around claiming any kind of tier one status. Yes tattoos look bad, the pathfinder we got before going in and paid the price for it. The wings are from civilian jumps only it reads Mariana across them. The SF tattoo was for my father who passed in 92. After discussion with the owner of this site I realize not the best idea I did. The Facebook bs is just that it was done by a vindictive family member I was remiss in keeping tabs on the profiles and pictures posted. I used messenger only so that’s my fault. In August I was called out by a major Simpson former SOCOM member that’s when I saw the information and closed it. I am no Joseph Teti it’s late I know I apologize to those who were the real thing. As for comments some simply aren’t true with those that claim to have personally met me. I served honorably that’s it. I don’t claim anything else. As for the business name not my idea it was developed by the man who started it. I was with Az department of corrections on the tactical support unit trained by Mesa SWAT team. I was with Pima county Sheriff’s department as a CO then the courthouse I did get a broken neck taking down an inmate in a courtroom. I later worked for the Arizona state judiciary intensive probation and warrants unit. Yes we were after a fugitive things got out of hand again suffered more injuries to my neck. I wanted this cleared up and stand up and be straight. I was told these won’t be removed I can understand that and I’m taking all steps to ensure no one thinks I am something I’m not. I regret this and accept the ramifications of bad decisions. I have nothing but respect for veterans; especially those who earned the highest of qualifications and honor. I’ve tried to explain myself publicly as best I could some of the comments of personal contact are exaggerated since I wasn’t there to do those things. I just wanted the record to be straight and as for false claims it was my lack of diligence to stop this before it got out of control. I’m sure this will fall on some unforgiving ears. All I can do is apologize to the real heroes and bite the shit sandwich.

    • Jonn Lilyea says:

      You’ll notice in the comments there are people who have face-to-face contact with you who have heard the same BS stories from your lips.

      • Hondo says:

        Ah, those pesky firsthand witness. Those are kinda hard to explain.

        Well, Fulton? Care to explain those firsthand accounts of people hearing bogus claims from your lips?

    • ex-OS2 says:

      Um ok.

      Nice attempt to pass the buck.

      Cocksucker.

    • USAF Ret says:

      “The Facebook bs is just that it was done by a vindictive family member I was remiss in keeping tabs on the profiles ”

      If he would of claimed Russians I might have believed him…

      …But then that excuse has already been taken.

  33. Sandman says:

    Took you 4 months to come up with this excuse. I would have more respect if you had just said ‘ya’ll caught me, I fucked up, sorry won’t happen again’. But you have to write some dissertation trying to cover your tracks. Not the first to try this I can tell you.

  34. Met the dude, know the dude and you’re all right on. Right down to having to take testosterone for them titties. Has a whole bunch of medals on display, most I’m sure as fake as his sorry ass. A total disgrace. So glad you all had the facts to call him out. His old, and I mean old lady is mortified. A pshycological mess!!!!

  35. You guys are all right about this dude. I had heard the stories and seen the so-called medals. Bragged about being so decorated. Glad somebody was truly able to uncover the phony bastard. No loyalty. And yeah, it was his home address he used on the Angie’s List advertisement. Thanks for the vindication for the pshycological BS he put me through.

  36. Brian- 3rd ID says:

    I met this chode gobbler during ccw class, in which he was a second instructor. Commented on my tata, which is my proudly worn 3rd ID and fallen soldier tat. He went on telling all these way stories of being Ranger, then going to to SFOD. I kinda called BS, so on the break I started conversation about some of his “war stories” because I had the pleasure of being stationed with some guys who were operators and Rangers at 1st Ranger Battalion. Needless to say after break he received an “urgent” phone call and had to leave. He popped smoke and moved out so fast he left his bag there and didn’t even come back for it. A couple weeks later I looked this chump poser up and bam sure enough the guy is a fake and fraud! I called the instructor of the class and have him all the details on this clown and warned him about ever using him again. Oh yeah and by the way, he was handing out his business cards that had the SFOD-D patch on it and his name beside Special Forces Operator.