Robert Howshar; Ghost recon

| August 10, 2014

Robert Howshar

Scotty sends us his work on this Robert “Bobby Joe” Howshar fellow who claims that he was in Ghost Recon at the 5th Special Forces Group, but he can’t talk about it, well except on social media;

Robert Howshar claim

Of course, there’s no such thing as Ghost Recon, well, except for Tom Clancy’s video game. Mr. Howshar spent a year in the old 7th Infantry Division at Fort Ord, California and was discharged as an E-1, so that’s almost special forces material, eh?

Robert Howshar FOIA

Robert Howshar Assignments

Yep, it’s a stolen valor weekend bonanza, ain’t it?

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Doc Savage says:

    Ghost recon, huh???

    Another video commando….he on the same “SF team” as Cody Sturmer??

  2. Hack Stone says:

    Ghost Recon is what the call the guy that crawls under the racks during field day to retrieve the ghost turds.

  3. Scotty says:

    His Q # is classified. He was there. But he was in Ghost image.

  4. 1AirCav69 says:

    Hey guys, leave him alone. I served on the “Haunted Tank”. (You gotta be old to get this one.)

  5. jjak says:

    He’d probably lie about his video game skills too.

  6. Sparks says:

    Ghost Busters maybe but not Ghost Recon. Dip shit.

  7. Club Manager says:

    Give the guy a break, it was just a simple typo. He meant to post he served in the Special Farces.

  8. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Are we sure he didn’t say he served in the Special BUSES? What a Penile-shaped fungus-headed little marhmallow-assed care bear-hugger he is!!

  9. Dtc says:

    Isn’t ghost recon a video game?

  10. John S. says:

    As a kid, I remembered going to Fort Ord with my aunt (her husband was a retired Coastie) to do a grocery run at the commissary. That was in 1981 or so. So that qualifies me to lay claim as a junior Delta SEAL Space Shuttle door gunner, right? 🙂

  11. Thunderstixx says:

    More examples of our country’s best and brightest here !!!
    Ghost Recon, I heard tales about them back in the big war. They were part of the brown boot army before Vietnam and operated in secret missions in North Korea after the Korean War.
    They are the ones that discovered that North Korea is so poor they can’t even use corn cobs for toilet paper.
    So now they are using old Army Field Manuals left over from MASH filming there !!!

  12. Slick Goodlin says:

    Talking about Fort Ord:
    Took Basic there in 1972, since then it has closed and converted to civilian use.

    Revisited Fort Ord last year. Old Reception Station is now a shopping center like a thousand others. Remaining concrete and wood barracks are a wasteland. Covered with graffiti and every window broken…sad,sad,sad.

  13. John "Faker 6" Giduck says:

    I like this guy. Straightforward answers to questions few people on this website would be familiar with.

    Hold on a sec. Ghost Recon or Toast Recon? I love me some toast. “Sprinkled Donut Recon” would be even better. I kill me the hell out of sprinkled donuts. A 58 days career in the US Army and surviving 8 conflicts does that to a man.


    John “Faker 6” Giduck

  14. Farflung Wanderer says:

    Hey, if Ghost Recon exists, sign me up.

  15. FatCircles0311 says:

    lol this has to be a troll.

  16. Big Steve says:

    Ghost recon? Is that term from some cartoon or something?

    Howshar… feel free to imagine all sorts of military exploits in your imagination. But son’t be telling folks you did things in the military you didn’t, and that it’s all classified.
    This is just SO lame.

    This site is proof that the lies come back to haunt a lot of fakes.