Robert Rudole Scheurer; phony SEAL

| November 27, 2017 | 68 Comments

Our partners at Military Phonies share their work with us on Robert Rudole Scheurer who claims in social media that he was a SEAL in Vietnam, but he can’t remember his BUD/S class number after all of these years;

The Navy doesn’t remember his class date either – they don’t remember Robert being in Vietnam, either;

He spent 7 years as an ET1, an Electronics Technician, and he was discharged as an E-6, but no SEAL training or service in Vietnam or even the contiguous waters of Vietnam.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Combat Historian says:

    “Forgetting” your Q Course/Ranger School/BUDS class number is a total non-starter; these SV fuckwits never learn…

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      But.. But… he has a “trydent”…

      Cocksucking, gerbil felching assclown.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Each and every REAL Graduate of ANY of those courses would forget their own Birthdays before they forgot their Class Numbers!

      • NavyEODguy says:

        I agree. My wife and I are in our 60s. I read the first paragraph, turned to my wife and asked her what my class number was for EOD School. She spouted it right out.

        Been a few years too!

    • HT3 '83-'87 says:

      I graduated RTC San Diego in March 1984, and my company was Nine-Zero-Two. Not, 902, but Nine-Zero-Two.

      I might forget my wedding anniversary…was it the 10th or the 12th…anyway I’ll never forget my company number.

      • Retired Grunt says:

        Bravo Company 1st BN, 19th Infantry, Sand Hill, Ft Benning, GA 1989 OSUT

        • Ret_25X says:

          2nd Squad, 4th Platoon, Echo Company, 9th BN, 2nd Infantry Training Brigade, Harmony Church, Fort Benning GA… 15 OCT 1986 to 7 FEB 1987…

          Drill Sergeant Ritter was our platoon Drill…Drill Sergeant Young was the Senior Drill.

          No one forgets that stuff…

          • Jay says:

            Plt 3095, India Co, 3RTBN, Parris Island SC. 19970723-19971024. Got dropped from Plt 2094, Echo Co, 2RTBN due to range drop.

            2nd RTBN SDI SSgt Rucker, DIs SSgt Scott, SSgt Jackson, and Sgt Coppa

            3rd RTBN SDI SSgt McClaughlin, Sgt Choice, and Sgt Vereen

            I remember ALL of that shit, 20 years later.

          • NG_25A says:

            Let’s see…
            I was 241, 2 Plt, B Co, 2-46 Inf Regiment, Sand Hill, Fort Benning in 2014. SDS Tucker, DS ???, and SSG Sommer (DS trainee at the time) were our instructors.
            Admittedly, I had to look up some stuff some mere three years later and for the life of me can’t remember one drill’s name. But overall the memory of that experience holds up. Especially the reception at 30th AG (fuck that place!).

            • Jonn Lilyea says:

              D-6-1, fourth platoon, Fort Polk, Jan. – April ’75, SFC Hurst, followed by Jump school in 43rd Company.

            • rgr1480 says:

              OSUT: D-2-1 1979
              Ranger School: 14-80

              I forgot my jump school class number … but I can check my diploma. Hmmm, no class number there, just the date 11 Dec 1980. Okay … just checked my orders: Class 8-81; I guess they used the Fiscal Year number.

              Same-same with my Ranger School diploma: no class number. I wonder why I remember my class number so clearly??????

              • Martinjmpr says:

                OSUT: D-2-1 1979

                At Harmony Church?

                Shoot me an email, martinjmpr – at – Yahoo dot com. I have some photos you might be interested in. I was in D-2-1 from August to November 1980.

                In 1991 I was at Jump school and on one of our weekend days off I rented a car and drove back over to Harmony Church, which had been abandoned by then and the buildings left to fall apart. I took a bunch of photos.

              • Green Thumb says:

                Ranger Class 6-00.

                Word.

                One never forgets.

        • Green Thumb says:

          A Co 3PLT 1-50 “Hell’s Kitchen”, Sand Hill, Ft Benning, GA 1998 OSUT

      • NHSparky says:

        Same year, Great Mistakes. Company 176, still remember the days I got there and left, and who my CCs were.

        The only way you forget shit like that is if, 1–someone sticks your brain in a Cuisinart, 2–your ASVAB score was a negative number, 3–you’re a phony lying sack of shit.

      • Bobo says:

        Graduated NTC Great Lakes Dec 1984, Company 341. CCs were MMCS Barden and BMCS Arndt.

      • Claw says:

        1st Plt, B-9-2, Fort Campbell, completed training 15 Apr 71. Drill was SSG Marcus Fisher.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        RTC(W) Bainbridge, MD 07 March 1967, Company 26. And I was on the drill team, so we led the rest of the company into the hall first.

        • HT3 '83-'87 says:

          Drill team, eh…I was in a Drill Company. Each Division had 2 types of recruit companies: 4/5 BMT and 1 Drill.

          Best way to go thru boot was being in Drill. Last 4 weeks was really just ‘band practice’ leading up to graduations on Friday. I did 3 graduation before finally performing in our own.

    • thebesig says:

      He may not be a part of that small percentage of the military population that became a Navy SEAL, but he certainly is one of those rare veterans that has N/A in their “Duty Status” rather than “Retired/Discharged”.

      Assuming that there is a typo overlap on the FOIA response, here is what appears to be his military service timeline:

      May 21, 1970 to July 6, 1970: Reserve/DEP.
      July 7, 1970 to June 30, 1978: Active Duty.
      July 1, 1978 to September 1, 1990: Reserve.

      Total time, 20 years, 3 months, and 11 days.
      Without the initial reserve service, total time will be 20 years, 1 month, and 25 days.

      A big question is, “How many of those reserve years are good years for retirement?”

      Originally posted by Robert Rudole Scheurer, phony Navy SEAL:

      Yes it fun to be a seal retired in 1991

      Actually, he’s having fun claiming to be a SEAL, and soaking up praise, admiration, and gratitude of those around him… Things he would get anyway if he just went by what he actually did. If anything, he should’ve claimed to be a retarded seal.

      Originally posted by Robert Rudole Scheurer, phony Navy SEAL:

      Yup that the way it is you give your all for the team.

      I wouldn’t be surprised if by “give your all for the team,” he meant causing the members of his ET Shop team to carry his slack for him. We know that he’s flat out lying about what he is implying here.

      Originally posted by Robert Rudole Scheurer, phony Navy SEAL:

      A lot of had to earn that valor it took me 21 years to get it in the Navy from 1970 to 1991.

      His “21 years” does not match his record, 20 years of total service of which the number of good years in the reserve is unknown without further substantiating information. His inclusion of 1991 may be an attempt to get people to believe that he served from Vietnam to the Persian Gulf War.

      He’s listed as serving until September 1, 1990, less than a month after Desert Shield got underway.

      You could tell that he is in panic mode while typing this, and that his need for control is kicking up a notch. He knows that the jig is up.

      Originally posted by Robert Rudole Scheurer, phony Navy SEAL:

      Little Creek in 1970

      This was in response to the question of what teams he was on. His service started in 1970. Is he going to try to tell people that he skipped boot camp, A School, and BUD/S?

      Originally posted by Robert Rudole Scheurer, phony Navy SEAL:

      don’t remebor and can’t find my copy of my record’s to? much junk around after thirdy years of marage.

      This is in response to question of what is class number was. As was pointed out, real deal SEALs would remember this. The bolded words must be retarded seal code that retarded seals use to keep us out of their “secret” communications.

      Originally posted by Robert Rudole Scheurer, phony Navy SEAL:

      I have and still wear my trydents

      This is either an admission on his part that he wears the Trident, or he is speaking in retired seal code. He probably means that he still tries his dentures.

    • Legend says:

      That’s wrong, at least for the q-course one. Any SF dude will not know their class number nor does anyone really care… me and my classmates didn’t know ours till the day of graduation, when I saw it on the program. The course is so long and different MOS make it hard. Things may have changed since 2006 but I doubt it.

  2. Dave Hardin says:

    Twidgets matter too ! If Deck Apes didn’t bully and humiliate shipmates that have a three digit ASVAB score, they would not feel compelled to exaggerate.

    BM’s and their ilk are in need of special training. I bet this guy was touched in a manner that made him feel uncomfortable by some low brow with a chipping hammer.

  3. Ex-PH2 says:

    Ah! Another phony seal that never been there, never done that, but had a good career and has to smear it like spoiled peanut butter.

    So we’ve got one used doorgunner and another harbor seal. Where are the marine snipers? Are they off on a mission or something?

  4. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Cocksucker.

  5. Wilted Willy says:

    Oh please! I was a ComSec MOS31S30! Where is my SEAL Trident? I’m sure I got in the pool once for scuba training, doesn’t that make me a SEAL? This fuckstick couldn’t make a seal on Tupperware for crying out loud.

  6. Andy11M says:

    I went through OSUT at Benning back in late 92, my roster number all through OSUT was 403 (4th platoon, 3rd soldier). You better believe if I ever did something like Ranger or SF, I would remember my class number. I might even be able to remember the combo from my wall locker if I really thought about it, because I kept on using that same padlock for the next 4 years.

  7. Hondo says:

    Hmm. Looks like he did around 8 yrs active, then went into the USNR and finished his career there. Also looks like he transferred to the Retired Reserve OA 1 Sep 1990 – less than a month after Iraq occupied Kuwait.

    Wonder why he didn’t stick around for the Gulf War? As I recall, on the enlisted side there’s no mandatory “up or out” policy for E6s in the reserve components – and one has to request transfer to the retired reserve (or discharge) on attaining 20 qualifying years of service.

  8. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    I enlisted in 1963 and still remember my service number which at the time we did not use our social security number. Of late, my memory is starting to fade. Last week, I forgot the Alamo,”Remember the Alamo”. Looks like the Seals are still in the lead out of the TAH starting gate but not sure what Spec Op group is behind, so I’ll hold off at the $2.00 window and just buy a $5.00 pretzel and $10.00 hot dog.

  9. 1610desig says:

    Perhaps he should stay off the internet and go back to spanking to “Boys Life” in a restroom stall

  10. HMC Ret says:

    I joined Navy in 60s. Some things I never forget: Company Number and service number. At the time service numbers started with a ‘B’ where I went to boot. Those things are ingrained in my mind. To forget BUDS info? Wow, just wow

    • Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

      @HMC Ret; I was in The Great lakes Oct of 1963 And the POTUS was JFK. The Company Commander was J.M. Mcgee, SF1 and I was in Company 475. Service # started with 772 with 4 more numbers following, but no B in front of the 772. Any chance we might have crossed paths?

  11. Graybeard says:

    Robert Rudole Scheurer: judging from the records, you are about the same age as I.

    If you are already forgetting things, Robert Rudole Scheurer, you might consider being tested for early-onset dementia.

    Robert Rudole Scheurer has forgotten: honesty, integrity, and self-esteem.
    Robert Rudole Scheurer has lied about his service.
    Robert Rudole Scheurer had honorable service (it appears) but has chosen to dishonor himself with falsehoods.
    Robert Rudole Scheurer is not a SEAL.
    Robert Rudole Scheurer is not a Vietnam Veteran.
    Robert Rudole Scheurer is worthy of all scorn and approbation.

  12. NHSparky says:

    Fuck it, he’s an ET. Probably took a few too many jolts in the shop.

    Dude, next time, unplug the radar before you work on it.

  13. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    I’m really not too Scheurer about this guy. I’ve got to stop eating those morning egg yolks.

  14. lmn0351 says:

    and now my two words to this asshole……YOU SUCK

  15. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    This guy looks like Buford T. Justices’ retarded 3rd cousin.

  16. AnotherPat says:

    Am curious:

    Can someone please share what he is holding in his Facebook pic? He does not look happy.

    • Claw says:

      Dunno. Maybe it’s a self made spell checker that is incompatible with his computer/I-Pad./s

      Or maybe it’s some sort of a electronic mail scanner/sorter/router. The background of the picture looks like a mailroom/distribution center.

      Just guessing.

    • MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

      I am pretty sure it is a Automatic Gaming Revenue Producer (AGRP).

      It is one of those games that rips you off at the carvival … he is the Carnie in Charge (CIC).

  17. MarDet says:

    Hey Robert Rodule Scheurer….Remember this, you’re a fuckin liar you piece of shit!

  18. Skippy says:

    Way to go
    Shit all over a good service record
    Enjoy your google fame

  19. Graybeard says:

    Y’know, we’re not even getting any good sockpuppet action ’round here.

    Think they’re getting too scared to come out and play any more?

  20. Skyjumper says:

    HEY BOB!!
    Here’s a little something for you, from one seal to another. LMAO

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/fd/a3/f0/fda3f04529c7f97aa6c31eabb0d33e12–seals-good-housekeeping.jpg

  21. 11 Bravo says:

    Add his name to the ‘ASS HAMSTER 1st class list. Why lie about military service? Just be truthful.
    If you didn’t serve, people aren’t going to hate you!
    This shit gets old. Over and over again.

  22. Combat3c0 says:

    I went to basic 31 years ago and I have been diagnosed with a degenerative neurocognitive disorder. However, I do remember this: Honor Flight 347, 3711 BMTS, Training Start Date 21 March 1986, Grad Date 02 May 1986. Senior MTI: TSgt Michael D. Allen, Staff MTI: SSgt Jose Mirellis, MTI: Sgt John Pennington.

    Some shit you never forget

  23. Steve1371 says:

    Plt. 1027 1st RTB Paris Island S.C. 15 Aug. 1967 Sr. Drill Instructor SSgt Jones, assistant DI SSgt. Hunt, Jr. DI Sgt Pearson. Double decker H shaped wooden barracks with the swamp behind and the parade deck out front. Hotter than hell and very humid. I will never forget the smell of that place or the sand fleas.

  24. FatCircles0311 says:

    Thirdy!!!!

    What a fucking moron. He spells in hick speak. No doubt he earned that Trydent for trying to pose as something he’s not. What a sack of shit.

  25. TAURUS 0302 says:

    Maybe you could give the readers a tip sheet on what to ask someone claiming to be a SEAL. I ask the number of their BUDS class and MOS.i also assume they are lying from the start. After our conversation I send their name to Veriseal.

  26. ChipNASA says:

    Beefeater,
    and not the type that protects the Royal Family.
    ——

    As for me and it’s been 33 short years,

    3711 BMTS Lackland, 1984
    602X1 Traffic management Training, Sheppard AFB, TX 1984
    18 Trans Squadron, Kadena AB Okinawa Japan 1984-1986
    1001 Trans Squadron, Peterson AFB Colorado 1986-1988
    USAFR
    33 APS Andrews AFB, MD 1988 to (deactivated)
    1992,
    69 APS, Andrews AFB 1992-2007

    took me longer to type it than it took to remember it.

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