Christopher Shane Fontenot; phony Navy Corpsman (video added)

| August 24, 2017 | 65 Comments

Someone sent us their work on this Christopher Shane Fontenot fellow who claims that he was a Navy Corpsman;

Yeah, according to the Navy, he served 60 days, he probably didn’t finish boot camp (the rumor is that he went AWOL, but he claims that he was injured);

He wasn’t a Marine, either;

You know, as if you couldn’t tell from his pictures;

Someone sent us this video in which he admits that he lied about his service in the Navy;

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. HT3 '83-'87 says:

    Ear gauges? Really? What a loser. You know what they say…

    “The bigger the gauge, the lower the wage”

    Navy Corpsman/Marine, I think not.

  2. Combat Historian says:

    Douchebag is well under the Gunga Dan Line. Dan “WHAT’S THE FREQUENCY, KENNETH?” Rather can rest easy for today…

  3. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    I always wanted to find someone with ear gauges like that passed out and put a padlock in each one. I bet he blames everyone but himself that he can’t get a decent paying job looking like that as well!

  4. USMCMSgt (Ret) says:

    60 days…

    Claims to be a 8404… (Right)

    IIRC, the youngsters who attended the Field Medical Training School aboard Camp Del Mar (Camp Pendleton) would get P.T.’d, hazed and generally wore the fuck out on a regular basis.

    I doubt he would have finished that school.

    Loser.

  5. 26Limabeans says:

    Is he on Oxygen?

  6. Ex-PH2 says:

    A pretend corpsman. Eeewww!

    Those earbob thingies – The Maasai women do a better job, and they use gold plates for it. The Surma and Mursi of Ethiopia do lip stretching. The Kayan of the Reg Kaya in Burma just stretch the ear lobes with weights. They’re better at it, too.

    Here’s a fine sampling of various tribal methods: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/535717318157633964/

    I think what these dipsticks are trying to do is find a tribe to belong to, but since they don’t have one, they just look ridiculous, like overgrown children wearing Hallowe’en costume jewelry.

  7. TF-BA says:

    A fake 8404. FMF Corpsmen have finally arrived.

  8. Mick says:

    Oh. Hell. No.

    Waiting for IDC SARC and our other FMF Sailors to roll in hot on this flaming assclown. Bring it.

    And based on Fontenot’s brief period of service during early 1995, I would be very, very interested to hear what he’s claiming to have been involved with in Bosnia.

    • TF-BA says:

      As a FMF GCE type, I’m having difficulty mustering much past a continuous giggle. This dude is a cartoon, what with the nasal cannula, neck tats combo. He’s probably the kind of asshole that got “welcome aboard” tattooed above his crank during DEP.
      Valor thieves are trying to be “cool” and get unearned recognition right? So he picks like the one job in the military that is fundamentally confusing to civilians and has very limited brand recognition outside the military. “I want to be in the Hospital Corps when I grow up” said by zero children ever. His failure cup runith over.

      I also accidentally reported your comment.

      • IDC SARC says:

        ” So he picks like the one job in the military that is fundamentally confusing to civilians and has very limited brand recognition outside the military.”

        No kidding…my own family never even understood exactly what my job was. Couldn’t understand why I was gone so much since a Hospital Corpsman must by their logic, work in a hospital.

        • TF-BA says:

          Oh the confusion is deep. Even in the Navy, On our way home from helmund some Female Navy Admiral put out an all hands for Navy personnel on KAF for lunch with her at the DFAC. She was A)Upset that a “bunch of Marines with guns” were in the reserved tables B)Shocked to learn we were actually in the Navy and C)UNAWARE that HM’s serve in Infantry units.

          Flag Officer. Nuff said.

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      Probably knows the infamous “neck tourniquet” method from E-9 Wallace “Grey” Rather and received sooper sekrit training in buttsekks ops from Capt. “Bull Dog”.

      I’ve got more time treating Marines for various social diseases that the cocksucker has military service. I know plenty of FMF HM’s, RP’s, YN’s and PN’s that would love to give this fraud the beatdown he richly deserves.

      CHRISTOPHER SHANE FONTENOT = MOTHERFUCKINGCOCKSUCKING ASSHAMSTER

  9. Skyjumper says:

    He’s the kind of guy that you would like to replace his oxygen tank with a MAPP gas cylinder, flick a Bic, and then stand by to watch.

  10. Angry 8404 says:

    Right out of Hospital Corps school, I was stationed at NRMC Charleston in Labor and Delivery and living the good life. It was easy –
    wear scrubs all day, drunken beach side debauchery at night, hot nurses and eggs to order at the Hospital cafeteria every day. That was before orders came to FMSS Lejeune (Camp Johnson). On my first day we were invited to play a friendly game of “touch” football against a bunch of Grunts. They pushed my face in the mud on the very first play and broke my front tooth. The daily ass kicking continued for a while until I finally learned to fall in and toughen up. I went on to serve with 1/7 and 3/9 out of 62 area (Pendleton). Although I never saw combat, my 8404 days remain a lifetime highlight for me. My respect for the Marine Corps is indelible. This anal polyp appears to require further disablement. I will share this post with a few FB Corpsman forums. Perhaps we will devise some new type of ectomy for this human tumor.

  11. Silentium Est Aureum says:

    All he needs now is a vape and a PBR and the douchebag ensemble is complete.

  12. Herbert J Messkit R & U NCO says:

    I always assume that people who didn’t finish basic were chronic bedwetters

    • There was a guy in squad during my Basic Combat Training who wet the bed every night.

      One morning, during formation, the Drill Sergeant began chewing him out, and the guy began wetting his pants.

      That was the last straw.

      He was instantly out of the United States Army.

      Also, during Basic Combat Training, when we went through the gas chamber, one guy had to be taken away in an ambulance, as he had asthma.

      I don’t know if he survived, but if he did, he wouldn’t be able to remain in the United States Army.

      In the United States Army, three things are required each year in order to remain a soldier, i.e., pass the Physical Training test (run two miles in eight minutes), qualify with your assigned weapon, and go through the gas chamber.

      In the Army, gas is also used during war games, riots (yes, that happens), and sometimes, just for fun, to break up the monotony.

  13. Green Thumb says:

    Where do these clowns come from?

    AWOL = Shitbag (as you probably could not tell by the pictures)

  14. UDC SARC says:

    grrrrrrrrrr…..cocksucker

    ahhmmm hazzin too good a day teaching real troops to even get started on this wimp.

  15. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    I’m sure he’s only sorry he got caught.

  16. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    The gal questioning him grilled his fat ass like a porterhouse steak on a Sunday afternoon. Also, she states, “You’re going to pay everyone back” – sounds like he’s been bilking people out of money (FRAUD) based on his lies.

  17. Daisy Cutter says:

    In answer to the question “Did he or didn’t he?”

    Fontenot fought not.

  18. aGrimm says:

    8404’s carry heavy packs. This bed pan can’t carry his azygous gonad fifty feet without his oxygen tank. He is a kiricephalus tongue worm (a snake parasite).

    Per HMCS(FMF) ret: “I’ve got more time treating Marines for various social diseases that the cocksucker has military service”. Heh, although it’s pretty easy to rack up that time with the Jarheads.

  19. Steve 1371 says:

    The back of his tee shirt says ” I’me not a urologist, but I’ll take a look.”

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