Joseph John Glass; phony special forces

| November 7, 2016

Joe Glass (15)

Our friends at Green Beret Posers Exposed send us their work on this fellow, Joseph John Glass;

I would like to introduce Sergeant Joseph John Glass. We were sent his Facebook page b someone seeking to validate his military service claims. So we went to his Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/joe.glass.3152 , and we found Joe was a real hero. He was a Special Forces Green Beret Military Policeman Army Criminal Investigation Agent Grenada and Iraq combat veteran awarded the Combat Action Badge, the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, and even the Legion of Merit all as an E-5 Sergeant! He also sported the Senior Parachutist badge, the Pathfinder Badge, the Air Assault Badge, the Special Forces Tab, and the highly coveted, yet non recognized SNIPER Tab.
So to validate Joe’s claims, we submitted a request for military records under the auspices of the Freedom of Information Act to the National Personnel Records Center. And like magic, we soon had Joe’s military records. Seems our hero served October 15, 1982 – November 27, 2007, with the exception of one six month period, Jan 29, 1986-July 21, 1986, all service was in the USAR and ARNG and was discharged as a Sergeant. He held two military occupation specialties, one as a military policeman and another as a supply specialist.
There was no record of his ever being trained as a Special Forces soldier or assigned to a Special Forces Group. He was never attended the Special Forces Qualification Course, Airborne School, Pathfinder School, Air Assault School, and never was awarded the Special Forces Tab, Senior Parachutists Badge, Air Assault Badge, or Combat Action Badge. His records show no award of the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, or the Purple Hear
So here’s here is the information contained in Joe’s military record. Joe apparently served honorably in the Army Reserves and National Guard for 25 years. It is always sad to see someone whose true and honorable service just was not enough. I guess Joe would not have had the honor of representing the military at a NASCAR event as captured in one of the many photos from his Facebook page. And then to have the utter disrespect for other veterans and service members to have taken the photo in a uniform adorned with unearned badges and what appears to be a Green Beret.
Service Dates: October 15, 1982 – November 27, 2007, with the exception of one six month period, Jan 29, 1986-July 21, 1986, all service was in the USAR and ARNG
Rank at discharge: Sergeant
Military Education:
Law Enforcement Crs 16 weeks 1983
Unit Supply Sp Phase 1 Crs 2 weeks Aug 2003
Unit Supply Sp Phase 2 Crs 2 weeks Sep 2003
Decorations and Awards:
Army Service Ribbon
Meritorious Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal w/1 OLC
Army Achievement Medal w/3 OLC
Good Conduct Medal
National Defense Service Medal w/1 bronze service star
Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal
NCO Professional Development Ribbon
Overseas Service Ribbon with Numeral 2
Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon
Armed Forces Reserve Medal w/ M device
Assignments:
USAR NOT ON AD 821229-860128 USAR SVC ON AD 860129-860721 USAR CTRL GP
SVC NOT ON AD 860722-881228 ARNG SVC NOT ON AD
2002 10 30 Enlistment HHC 167 THEATER SPTCMD BIRMINGHAM AL
2002 10 30 duty MOSC 92Y10 HHC 167 THEATER SPTCMD BIRMINGHAM AL

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  1. O-4E says:

    1st Cav combat patch

    Natch

    • Mr Wolf says:

      Hey at least he didn’t put an airborne tab over it…

      • Doc Savage says:

        What self respecting long tabber would put SAPPER and Sniper over the SF tab?

        This chumba wumba is a poster child for shit bags everywhere….

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          He’s MORE ATE UP than a chocolate dildo in a crowded gay bar on Valentine’s day!

  2. Dapandico says:

    He had a high capacity mess kit.

  3. Bobo says:

    I love the shadow box consisting of medals thumb tacked to a wall through a flag. How much does an LOM cost, and why spend the money just to drive a hole through it? he needs to talk to Colt to learn how to do it right.

    Asshat.

  4. Ex-344MP says:

    Man, as if I and my fellow MP’s don’t get enough of a bad rap, along comes dipshit. SMH ?

  5. Jeffro says:

    Everything about this cat just screams…shitbird. Why couldn’t he just be satisfied with his documented service.

  6. rb325th says:

    Y’all have it all wrong here… He walked into a Clothing Sales, and there was an explosion where everything just stuck to him and he has been unable to remove it.
    25 F’ing years, and flush it right down the toilet. 25 years, and an E-5, sure buddy… you were one hell of a super trooper for sure.

    • AZtoVA says:

      Had a shit-hot mechanic in my unit in Arizona. Close to 30 years and an E5 because the E6 and E7 positions were for federal technicians. If you weren’t in the technician program, you would have to drive 200+ miles to Phoenix to the Maintenance Company to find a drilling SNCO position. Just the way the Guard works sometimes. Signed the title to my 1960 Triumph TR3A over to him when I came back on active duty after 9-11. His knuckles had bled under the hood as much as mine, and asked for nothing more than time to swap stories and drink some beer.

      Not saying this Glass guy was in a similar situation, just that you can’t always take the rank and time in Service as a gauge for the Reserve Components like you can with the AC.

      • Hondo says:

        Bingo. On the enlisted side, USAR and ARNG TPUs don’t really have the same “up or out” policy as the active Army – promotions above E4 or E5 are largely governed by vacancies. And in some units, vacancies can be rare. If someone doesn’t want to commute, they don’t have much chance of getting promoted. Because of that, career Specialists and Sergeants aren’t unknown in the USAR and ARNG.

        • Martinjmpr says:

          The other factor you have to consider is the reality that even though the RC demands a lot of commitment from soldiers in leadership positions, if you aren’t AGR or a dual status technician the NG or USAR is still a part time job and a lot of Guardsmen/reservists are either unable or unwilling to assume the additional responsibilities that go with leadership positions.

          If your job at Initech or Consolidated Widget requires you to be on-call nights and weekends then it makes sense to turn down that squad leader or PSG job because you don’t want to commit to doing that job when it could seriously interfere with your “real” job – the one that keeps a roof over your head and feeds your family.

          The Guard and Reserve demand a lot of things from a part-time (M-day) soldier but when all is said and done, it’s still a part time job that only provides probably less than 1/4 of that soldier’s monthly income.

      • BigHead Tom says:

        The State of Alabama is filthy with NG armories, you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting one. All he had to do was drive a few miles to the 20th SFG(A)HQ in Birmingham and he could have earned all those tabs.

  7. Ex-PH2 says:

    I have him beat. Certified Space Shuttle Door Gunner. So, pfffffttttt!

    Geez, Loueeez, MUST these people know they have these deep, dreadful feelings of inadequacy ALL the time???

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      APOLLO Door Gunner here, I paved the way for you Shuttle types, YOU’RE WELCOME!!! 😀

      • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

        AND what about the Gemini Door Gunners??? Don’t we get a little respect around here?

        • The Stranger says:

          Whatever, try being a Mercury doorgunner! With that tiny little hatch and having to be strapped to the outside of the capsule. You ain’t lived until you’ve done a re-entry wrapped in as asbestos fire blanket!

          • Steve says:

            Thanks, I needed a sly giggle today. 🙂

          • Mick says:

            Harumph. Pfffffffffffffftttttttt.

            Don’t even try to talk to me unless you’ve worn a leather helmet and goggles and swung a Lewis gun around while covering Sputnik’s 6 o’clock, Tovaritch.

          • Skyjumper says:

            Oh yeah? Well try being a doorgunner on a V2 rocket with fruit flies flying around your head back in 1947!

            Damn things kept interfering with a good sight picture! 😉

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        SKYLAB Door Gunner as well!!! 😀

      • AJT says:

        I have been a “lurker” for years, following TAH. I never felt compelled to comment until just now. I just had to thank you guys for the laugh. This was brilliant.

    • ex-OS2 says:

      Small potatoes girls.

      Try being an aft gunner on the Hubble.

    • OAE CPO USN Ret says:

      Try being a turret gunner on one of the moon rovers.

      Now, I’m really sorry I missed the launch back to orbit. That space chili really tore me up and I was in the port a potty when the call came to get back on the lander.

      But will somebody please call NASA and tell them to send a rocket out to pick me up?

    • Fjardeson says:

      Used to man a modified DShK on Mir. Gotta keep those little green men away, comrades.

  8. 26Limabeans says:

    He has that “not now, I’m on a mission” look.

  9. john waine says:

    it seems weird he never obtained a higher rank…usually at 21 yrs of creditable retirement service, the army got rid of those, but i guess with Iraq & Afghanistan going on, the Army needed all the bodies they could muster.

  10. Mayhem says:

    There I was, Downtown Baghdad, corner of Durka Durka Street and Moohamid Geehaw Boulvard, Eatin a Ham sandiwich….. Buuuuuck naked!

  11. Sandman says:

    They had a clearance sale at Clothing & Sales on post, he made out like a bandit!

  12. Sapper3307 says:

    Its nice to see a fake Sapper school grad now and again. I earned mine and busted a few myself.

  13. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    Sgt. Ass. Joe Ass. Friends call me JJ Ass. I is a dog face. Ruff.

  14. 91A1P says:

    When I see a dual MOS and Supply Spec as the secondary I’m thinking a couple of Art 15s bumped him out of the primary .. seen it before .. multiple times.

  15. IDC SARC says:

    I genuflect respectfully in the presence of his greatness…he is a thoroughly dangerous man.

    • Deplorable B Woodman says:

      Especially if you’re standing between Sgt Bling and a box full of Jelly Filled Fat Pills.

  16. EODJay says:

    He just had to include EOD in his shit show. Just had to. Turd.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      He claims “SAPPER-SNIPER” as well, does that mean his weapon fired C4-tipped rounds?

  17. OldManchu says:

    In other news, there is a shortage of stitching in the Alabama area after he sewed all that shit on his uniform.

  18. 68W58 says:

    Well, all of the SF and other high speed stuff is clearly a lie, but he does have an ICM (plus a good conduct medal and AFRM with ‘M’ device) so it isn’t really true to say that all of his time since 1986 is USAR or ARNG.

    Screw him sideways for all of the crap that he claimed, but he does have at least some active duty time in there somewhere.

    • Bobo says:

      He was a mobilized guardsman. Still a guardsman, but on Title 10 mobilization orders.

      • 68W58 says:

        It counts as active duty-he isn’t under state command.

        • Bobo says:

          Technically, sure, but a guardsman who talks about their “active duty” time when discussing a mobilization, or attendance at a school, is being disingenuous at best. Kind of like the civil affairs guys who talk about their time in special operations.

          • 68W58 says:

            Technically, sure, but a guardsman who talks about their “active duty” time when discussing a mobilization, or attendance at a school, is being disingenuous at best.

            I don’t know where you got that idea. When I mobilized I wasn’t different in any way than any other active duty troop. I was subject to UCMJ and took orders from an active duty higher. For that matter the two Brigade headquarters I worked for gave orders to active duty subordinates. Reservists who get killed in combat don’t stay dead one weekend a month and two weeks a year either-there’s not a damn thing “disingenuous” about it.

            • Hondo says:

              True – active duty is active duty. But a distinction nonetheless remains.

              When mobilized or otherwise serving on extended active duty, a member of the USAR or ARNG remains a member of the USAR or ARNG. They don’t transition to RA status. And when their AD orders end, unless extended they revert back to civilian status.

              I won’t pretend to speak for Bobo, but I’m pretty sure most people equate the phrase “Army active duty” with RA service. That’s not technically correct, but it’s how most in the public interpret the phrase. Referring to a mobilization as a “mobilization” or “recall” clarifies the situation. Using the phrase “active duty” can indeed be used to mislead in that context.

              Just my $0.02 worth, as a person who retired with well over 20 years in the USAR – plus a number of years of RA “active duty” prior to that.

            • Bobo says:

              I spent 20+ years as a guardsman. I deployed to Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan as a guardsman. I refer to those as mobilizations or deployments, not active duty. I’m authorized AC unit patches for my SSIFWS, but always wore the NG patches instead. If I wanted to be RA, I would have been RA, and I’m not going to try and confuse the issue by referring to mobilizations as my time on active duty.

              • nbcguy54ACTUAL says:

                To me, active duty guardsmen were/are the full-time techs and a very few others. I agree with Bobo that mobilizations do not really rate the term “active duty” guard (or reserve).

    • Martinjmpr says:

      He also has not one but TWO overseas ribbons (OSR.) How does one get those if not on AD? I got one for a 2 year tour in Germany and another for a one-year tour in Korea, both in the RA.

      Can you even earn an OSR in the reserve components?

      • Martinjmpr says:

        Possible he was a “reserve bum.” I know guys who do that – they get mobilization orders for 179 days and then when they are nearing the end of one period they wrangle another set for a different job. In the old days, at least, you could contact your unit administrator and find all sorts of “openings” for people willing to do a 6 month AD tour. Could that be the way he earned his OSRs?

      • Red Ghost says:

        Yes re: OSR. I’ve been Guard my whole career. Two OSRs – Kosovo and Afghanistan.

      • Skippy says:

        They had a reserve unit based out of Germany when I was over there
        Maybe did some time with them

      • CA_SGT says:

        He did a tour in Iraq. And his wall of lies is rockin references to Grenada and El Salvador.

        • Hondo says:

          The docs above say he has an AFEM; it appears he was deployed somewhere “hot” other than Iraq. My guess would be he was deployed somewhere to provide local MP services during the latter phases of an operation.

          I kinda doubt he was in Grenada; per the GOV article, he didn’t have any active duty between 1982 and 1986. But there’s a big gap in his records between 1988 and 2002. Panama or one of the Gulf or Haiti deployments in the 1990s seems more likely. Ditto FRY, though it’s hard to see how he’d avoid also getting the AFSM also for that tour also.

          • Skippy says:

            Haiti or Bosnia a few people I’ve spoken to today that are NG that did Haiti most on the first wave all got MSMs but the was on the first wave,
            a few folks have sad also right after Katrina most that went there where MP COs
            And almost all got MSMs this per a SFC with a MP unit in Nevada they did a almost a year in New Orleans

      • I’m jealous.

        When I was in the Army (a gazillion eons ago), there was no overseas decoration for serving in Germany, where I spent one year prior to going to the old Republic of Viet Nam.

        Also, there were no decorations for completing the Non Commissioned Officers Academy.

        Boy, the Army today has a bunch of stuff that they didn’t have when I was in.

        But, I’m satisfied with what I did, especially since back then, everybody was doing anything they could to avoid military service.

        I’m glad I had an opportunity to participate in a small moment of American history.

  19. The Stranger says:

    Well, at least he doesn’t need a dog. Put a studded collar on him and this Magnificent Fellow here is a dead ringer for Spike the Bulldog!?

  20. Graybeard says:

    Joseph John Glass FAKER Class X

    Joseph John Glass just had to take a dump on an honorable(?) career.

    I’m beginning to wonder of the Joseph John Glass’s of this world really had an honorable career, when they engage in Stolen Valor.

    Enjoy your Googlefame, Joseph John Glass. Your glass is empty.

  21. ex-OS2 says:

    Cocksucker.

  22. Hack Stone says:

    Glass is an ass. It had to be said. Has he applied for the All Points Logistics Executive Development Program yet? Phil needs someone to help him work those balls.

  23. Eden says:

    Oh, fer Heaven’s sake! He was awarded a legit MSM and that wasn’t enough??

  24. Skyjumper says:

    From his Facebook page:

    “Joe Glass
    Joe Glass The Night Stalkers ………Call Sign Baddog 187
    1 • May 24, 2015 at 6:43pm”

    Why do posers always associate themselves with cool names like: “The Night Stalkers”, “Grim Reapers”, “Silent Death”, etc.

    Seems names like: “Candy Asses”, “Sunshine Sparkle-Ponies”, “The Dreaded Dip-Shits” would be more apropo for them.

    Call sign should be “Mangina 69”

  25. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    SO Glass-ass HAD a perfectly honorable career and decided to SHIT all over it with some way-out claims, what a DILDOHEAD!!!

  26. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    He resembles Brian Dennehy, the shire reeve in Rambo, Tastes Like Blood or something. Funny thing. Dennehy was a poser, too. Served in the USMC (1959-1963) and later falsely claimed he served multiple tours in VN. Unlike dog dace here, Dennehy later apologized–after he was caught.

  27. Sparks says:

    How to fuck up a good career in 3 easy lessons. This guy, like most posers, read the Cliff Notes version and added the lovely “Sniper” tab. Always a crowd pleaser.

    Shitbag!

    • Mick says:

      Hey! He’s not just a “Sniper”; he’s a “Jungle Sniper”.

      Take a look at the close-up image of the flag covered in Poser Bling at the left 9 o’clock position.

      There he has written : “Jungle Sniper: If you run, you will just Die Tired!”.

      “Jungle Sniper.”

      Totally legit.

      • Sparks says:

        Jungle Sniper?

        BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

        • Skyjumper says:

          Sparks,

          He’s totally legit.

          That “Jungle Sniper” Tab is only reserved for the few, unknown, fearless “Rock Ape” snipers in Viet Nam. When the apes started throwing their poo, somebody had to take them out.
          Hence, Sergeant Joeseph John Class (also known by his call sign “APE SHIT” ).

          Don’t even get me started on the
          “Phuck-U” lizard snipers. A mean bunch, they were. /s

      • Martinjmpr says:

        Is a “Jungle Sniper” above or below a “trail Assassin?” Inquiring minds want to know. 😀

        • Mick says:

          I’m not sure about the official recognized ranking protocols for those levels of extreme Poser badassery, so I really don’t know which one takes precedence.

          However, I’ve got the feeling that both “Jungle Sniper” and “Trail Assassin” pale in comparison to the “Peacemaker” designation, which is proudly hand-written at the bottom 6 o’clock position on the close-up image of the flag covered in Poser Bling. Here it is in all of its glory:

          “The Peacemaker: Polite, Professional, Prepared To Kill!”

          My palms are getting sweaty just thinking about how truly fearsome that is.

    • PFM says:

      I’m gonna buy him a “That Guy” tab next time I’m at clothing sales.

  28. Red Ghost says:

    Couple of observations. Someone put this guy in for an MSM which not every career E-5 gets. Too bad he couldn’t be happy with that. Other thing is he only graduated PLDC/WLC/BLC. No numerical device on his NCO Professional Development Ribbon. No BNCOC/ALC. So either he never went or he never graduated. Sometimes you can pick up a rocker without that next level of NCOES, and sometimes you can’t. Especially in a low density MOS like supply.

  29. Doc Savage says:

    Someone help me out here: he was deployed to Iraq in Baqubah during 2007 at least, if I read this correctly.

    I was with 4th brigade, 1st Cav , 2/12 Cavalry in Southern Baghdad from 06-08… while the rest of 4th brigade went up to Mosul.

    What Cavalry Brigade / Battalion was in Baqubah at that time? The 2nd ID had Strykers covering that region when I was there….and later the 25th ID Strykers.

    Anyone know who from 1st Cav was up there during 06-08?

    • OIF '06-'07-'08 says:

      It was 3rd Brigade(Grey Wolf)

      • Doc Savage says:

        Gotcha….so process of elimination would have had him attached to 3rd brigade?

      • Muqdadiyah19D says:

        3rd Brigade Greywolf. 6/9 Cav was based out of FOB Normandy from Oct ’06 to Nov/Dec ’07. We would consistently rotate from an area just north of Sadr City, mill around Baqubah, and head back north to Muqdadiyah. There was a little outpost we called the “DMC (Diyala Media Center)” that 3rd Brigade units would rotate out of for about a month at a time. FOB Warhorse was home to most of 3rd Brigade – right there in Baqubah.

        Right around the summer of 2007, some 4th Brigade (I believe) Stryker units from 2nd ID started filtering into sector – specifically into Warhorse and Normandy. I believe they had come up from Baghdad. Eventually, they replaced 6/9 Cav (3rd BDE, 1st Cav)at Normandy by November of 2007.

        Not a very friendly place – north, south, east, or west of Baqubah – that summer and fall of 2007.

        Over 300 soldiers from Greywolf gave their lives in that sector. I’ve never been more proud to be part of something than I am of Greywolf. Just doesn’t feel like 9 years ago.

        God Bless First Sergeant Ricky McGuiness. God bless all the Greywolf Cav troopers. I tip my Stetson to them.

    • Skippy says:

      Well 4-2 second cavalry regiment held parts of it in late 2007 my memory is a little off but I believe 1st CAV and us built the wall around sadar city that would have been 3-2 or 2-2 don’t remember
      But it sucked ass

      • Skippy says:

        If he was at Camp Bomb in Baqubah it was in part of a old university in the center of two.
        It was the home of the 105 mm mortar attacks every fucking day right after prayers

      • Skippy says:

        I’m all over the place again the wall had nothing to do with with baquba it was Baghdad

        • Doc Savage says:

          No worries…..after a while a lot of stuff kinda blurs together.

          • Skippy says:

            Damn Doc Lol… we where up at WarHorse for a little bit I was on a Advon team and what is being said above is no joke the area was split by four different groups that all hated one another like you would not believe. Every damn day they would Lub Morters at one another and every one and then one would get a little to close for comfort… I don’t miss the shit hole at all, do miss the Stryker I miss 2SCR or 2CR now talk about a bunch of Crazy SOBs ??
            Some of the story’s from Germany with these guys and gals are completely
            off the wall. One big Happy Crazy Family…
            BHWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ! ! ! ! ! !

  30. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    With all that shit he has on his uni, you’d think that he was one of them thar “seekrit skwirrl” trained EODRANGERSEALRECONAIRCOMMANDO types – but he’s just another jackoff with “Big Dick McGee” syndrome.

    Enjoy your Google fame, JOSEPH JOHN GLASS, Stolen Valor assclown…

  31. Skippy says:

    In all the excitement of being a Dad this morning I missed this Turd ?
    Talk about flush a decent service record down the crapper…
    Joseph John Glass, enjoy your Google fame SHIT BAG

    • @ SKIPPY :

      CONGRATULATIONS, PAPA ! ! !

      How many so far?

      • Skippy says:

        Just two…
        with wife number 2
        I have four from my first marriage
        That are all grown up
        One is a marine
        another just finished 11B at Benning
        One married a NG soldier has a son
        And the other one…. Hmmm well I have no damn idea what she is up to

  32. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    Someone needs to smack him one and break his (Glass) jaw.

  33. Green Thumb says:

    Joe Glass here takes it in the ass as Phildo watches in the bathroom at All-Points Logistics.

  34. CA_SGT says:

    He also claims to have been a CID agent and says her currently works for the DEA.

  35. Sandman says:

    And the FB profile goes *poof*

    • ex-OS2 says:

      It seems to be back up.

      What the fuck is up with his profile photo? It looks like Macaulay Culkin on steroids playing in a Rambo spin-off.

  36. Dustoff says:

    So this is the REAL “Jack Reacher”. I get it.

  37. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    He looks like the type who would raise his hand and say “PICK ME!!!” when the 1SG needed meat gazers for a Unit urinalysis.

  38. Bobo says:

    Suddenly the SF and DEA agent claims have disappeared from his Facebook page. Imagine that. I’m still wondering where he got the CID badge, though.

    • Skippy says:

      Thrift Store… I volunteer at one at D-M AFB and you would be amazed at what comes in here during the winter time. I have a seal team 5 workout PT gear. We have a lot of retirees so if someone passes away we get the medals to the family doesn’t seem to understand what it is
      Before I started we had two MOHs / 7 DSCs / 3 Navy crosses / a few SS AND A LOT OF BSMs
      and PHs a lot of them have orders and are in cases.. a lot of SOC stuff from all branches
      Hell while I was gone this past summer a old lady brought in a complete M1 rifle that just had to be reassembled.

    • Martinjmpr says:

      You can get a real nice CID/MP/MI badge in the Ville in Korea…

      Or at least that’s what I hear…. 😉

  39. Martinjmpr says:

    Wait, not one but TWO relatively low ranking posers (Sparks and Glass) who both sport apparently legitimate MSM’s?

    What the hell?

    Is MSM the new ARCOM?

    • Skippy says:

      I don’t think so, but my feeling after discussion with a few friends today, and them reading the post and awards is maybe a decent way of looking at it. Wannabe Combat medic did some time in New Orleans after hurricane Katrina most of folks on the first wave and second got MSMs buddy is a SFC in a MP Co. and all 78 of them got me the other turd probably did some Haiti duty or in Central America for disaster relief. The ones my buddy has been on almost every body got MSMs plus state awards it would explain wannabe medics he has a Louisiana ribbon while in the Indiana guard my buddy has one also from there too from when they were sent there because the police force disappeared.. just a guess..

  40. Guard Bum says:

    Dude looks constipated to me, I hope that isnt his war face.

  41. Dolch Mann says:

    SIR! Permission to VOMIT NOW, SIR!

  42. Diver says:

    Silly. The dude already has a respectable military career, why exaggerate? He did more than most and has to go and fork that up by telling these lies. Hmmm.

  43. Mp says:

    I served with him. He was at ft. Bragg in 83-84 in the 65th MP company. A real tool he was. We did deploy to Grenada in support of Operation Urgent Fury which is where he gained the expedionary medal. A real douche of a guy. This doesn’t surprise me