Robin Anthony Rogers; Army/DFC phony

| March 8, 2015

Robin Rogers (3)

Scotty sends us his work on this person, Robin Anthony Rogers who also goes by the names Robin Abigail Burns and Robyn Gail Burns. I guess this person decided that when they changed their sexual identification they could make up a military career, too;

Robin Rogers (4)

Robin Rogers (5)

So, here’s this person’s supposed uniform. Roger claims to be an Aviation Major, but I don’t think officers can be a drill sergeant or qualify for a Good Conduct Medal, and I don’t think they’d attend any Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development courses – but there they all are on the uniform;

Robin Rogers (6)

The Army says “Who?”

Robin Rogers (7)

I’d post Roger’s Facebook page, but it mysteriously disappeared in the middle of the night. Burns/Rogers claimed to attend the Basic Airborne Course but there are no jump wings on the uniform above, which, by the way, appears to be a female uniform.

Rogers is not the first transgendered phony member of the military that we’ve seen. Like the last phony transgendered Robin we saw, they don’t see a distinction between their phony genders and their phony military service.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. sj says:

    “It” does have the obligatory leather jacket though, complete with patches.

  2. DAGBY says:

    Not to validate the fraud in anyway. But there are a large number of Prior Enlisted Officers who in theory could have done at least 1 NCOPD, and/or been on Drill/Recruiting duty….

    I personally know an 11B who is now Flying Kiowa’s as a Captain…

    • Jonn Lilyea says:

      The problem is that the phony Major claims 12 years of service. It would be difficult to be a drill sergeant and then a major in that tight timeline.

      • DAGBY says:

        yeah the timeline would be tight… and since the MPRC has no record of service it is indeed a phony..

        • Hondo says:

          DAGBY: um, I believe that timeline would be impossible.

          Even during the height of recent hostilities, I’m pretty sure it was around 9-10 years from commissioning to MAJ, best case.

          I don’t think I’ve heard of a Drill Sergeant with 2 or 3 years of service since maybe Vietnam.

      • Jordan Rott says:

        If General First Class Baxter could do it then Robin can as well!

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      I have at least two former CO’s that were NCO’s before they got commissioned, one was an E6, now an O4, the other E7, now an O6. (Both were near the 20 year mark by the time they made Field Grade) I had an ROTC Instructor in the late 80’s that sported a DS Badge, he went all the way to E7 until he got commissioned, thus he was an O3 with 20 years of service. 12 years as a Prior Enlisted O4? Yeah, I call bullshit on that along with y’all!

    • Steadfast&Loyal says:

      Need to include at least 2 months for Avaition Officer Basic Course not to mention the 15-18 monhts for flight training.

      So even assuming 5 years enlisted ( which is still damn impossible according to his costume) this “officer” only spent about 3 years on active duty…maybe 4.

      Not at all able to be a major.

      It’s like they think we don’t know what right looks like.

  3. 91A10 says:

    What? The VFW didn’t check the paper?

  4. Big Steve says:

    This creature should be kicked in its ample ass.
    The uniform screams SV. 3 awards (incl. PH) above the MSM? Looks like 82nd patch on the right (combat) side. Drill Sgt. badge.
    Sorry. Not buying it at all. Especially from some flamer who “transgendered” themselves.

  5. CLAW131 says:

    Bottom line:

    It takes 15 years service(in Aviation slots) and 2000 plus flight hours to qualify for the Master Aviator Badge.

    No Air Medals,only one DFC. That doesn’t happen. You would receive cumulative AM’s for the flight hours that are recorded in your trip book.

    • Hondo says:

      CLAW131: Wikipedia says the Army stopped basing award of the AM on flight hours in 2006. Haven’s seen anything official on that, so that may or may not be accurate – caveat emptor.

      • CLAW131 says:

        OK, Thanks Hondo. I didn’t catch that part.
        I just figured (in my old school ways) that there would be Air Medals awarded (with Numerals or with a V device) before getting a DFC.

        No sweat either way. This LSoS is no DUSTOFF pilot now or ever. My bet is if you asked to see her trip book, she/it would give you that puzzled puppy with cocked head look and say “Huh, what you talkin bout?”

  6. Green Thumb says:


    Also, isn’t Steubenville, Ohio the town that had the rape cases with the disabled girl and HS football team?

  7. Hayabusa says:

    Hmm. Rocking the motorcycle jacket with phony finery. Color me shocked.

  8. C. Long says:

    Her “medals” are the first images that pop up on google when you type in their corresponding names.

  9. Ex-PH2 says:

    That individual had better not show up in the women’s locker room at the gym or the women’s bathroom at McD’s, not until it’s had the actual surgery.

    Before that whole ‘rights’ squawking starts, I have rights, too, and one of them is my privacy in the shitter.

    Oh, yes – I got an interesting e-mail about this TG thing. I will have to go to the original source for it. Later!

    • the Al says:

      Just be careful if you’re a member of Planet Fitness- they just revoked a lady’s membership for complaining about a transgender member in the lady’s changing room

      • Brian says:

        That makes complete sense from a business sense. Nationally the vote was about 51% to 49% including the dead and Demoncrat voter fraud. So you consider out of the population about 2%-3% is homosexual(not counting bi so maybe 4-5% including bi), and consider that number is on the high side. So a business that could potentially lose maybe 10% of it’s business, being extremely generous and accounting for those that are not gay but are such hardcore supporters they’d cancel their membership, by not being PC that business should DEFINITELY potentially sacrifice about 30% of it’s business in order to be PC. Sorry for my convoluted paragraph, but I believe my point is made.(For Lars that means from a strictly business standpoint they should have canceled the membership of the T-Girl using the wrong bathroom. The VERY best thing they could have done was give free memberships for life for everyone involved and their family, friends, pets etc. in exchange for an NDA. Perhaps also make an agreement with said T-Girl to never go to the gym in question.)

      • Big Steve says:

        So they revoked the membership of some lady who didn’t like sharing the locker room with some creature of dubious sexuality? That makes a lot of sense. NOT.

        I would have revoked the membership of the trans-thing. And then braced myself for the media attacks, death threats from “tolerant” lefties, etc.

        • Flagwaver says:

          If they refused to return her membership fees, prorated for the rest of the month, there would be a lawsuit. There is case law of transgender males sexually assaulting females in locker rooms, at least three times in the past.

          You would think that a person thinking like a female would want to see males in a locker room environment. If not, then most of those places offer seclusion curtains for the self-conscious.

          Basically, and pardon me my old fashioned thinking, if your plumbing is a hose you are male if not then you are a female. End of story.

          • nbcguy54ACTUAL says:

            Re your last paragraph: that’s how we classified them when the Chain Bus brought them to the prison. If it was hanging, you were staying. If it was gone, so long. We’d get one now and again that had the upstairs completed but not the downstairs. We’d have to keep them.
            I DO NOT miss working in that prison.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Yes, that’s exactly what I was talking about.

        In another incident, a woman gym member walked into the women’s locker room and found a man there. When she told him to get out, he punched her hard enough to require $60,000 in medical treatment, and was thrown in jail for assault. He claimed to be transgender.

        And likewise, a man in drag was arrested on a peeping Tom charge when he was found showering in the women’s locker room. He said he went into the women’s locker instead of the men’s because it gave him sexual satisfaction.

        This is why I said I have this suspicious mind that tells me a whole lot of this is voyeurism, not real transgender stuff. If they haven’t had the surgery, they should not be in the women’s room. That’s all I have to say.

  10. Redacted1775 says:

    As The Collector would say: “What…is…that…thing……there?”

  11. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    I couldn’t decide to go with Lola or Take a Walk on the Wild Side. One carried an embedded ad so Lou Reed is out.

  12. TankBoy says:

    And there are the military biker leathers! Again! Another military biker poser! The well is truly deep! Go figure!

  13. Climb to Glory says:

    Holy Hell.

  14. Sapper3307 says:

    All Points Logistics material 100%.

  15. gitarcarver says:

    C. Long notes that the medals are from images on Google.

    In my opinion, it gets worse.

    First,. the VFW membership card is Photoshopped. The black lettering has all been added after the scan of the original.

    Secondly, (and this one is sad and maddening) the image of the Purple Heart was taken from this page:

    There is a number on the side that shows the medal was made during WWII by Rex Products Company. (see: for confirmation of that.)

    Rex Products manufactured Purple Hearts were awarded up through the Vietnam War, but given where this one was found in Europe, I would have a tendency to think it was from WWII.

    Either way, this “person” found a picture of a Purple Heart that someone else prior to her fake service earned and was awarded.

    Somewhere some family is missing their heirloom of legitimate service and this “person” is using it to advance “its” fake claims of service.

    • Sparks says:

      gitarcarver…Thank you. I bow to your Google-Fu.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      All current Purple Hearts were manufactured as part of a batch of 500,000 ordered for the expected casualties of the never-conducted invasion of Japan.

      • L. Taylor says:

        Not exactly true. The old stock needed to be refurbished. While many, but not most, were refurbished and some were awarded the US Military has ordered 30,000 since then, including 21,000 in 2008.

      • L. Taylor says:

        Also, there are countless privately manufactured and purchased medals that service members wear instead of their issued medals. Electing to keep their issued set intact as a family keepsake.

      • gitarcarver says:

        A look at the history various iterations of the purple heart can be found here:

        It’s a fascinating read.

        One of the sources cited in that article and others on the history of the medal as well as the author of *the* book on the Purple Heart answers the question of whether we are using Purple Hearts from WWII. The answer is an absolute, definite, without qualification of “maybe…… in some cases.”

  16. Poohbah, Lord High Everything Else says:

    That’s MAN, baby!

  17. Sparks says:

    Uh…I messed up. It showed the photo AND went into the Admin page. Sorry, please no one change anything until I figure this out.

  18. Sparks says:

    Okay, I think I got it, if not again, don’t mess with my new WordPress blog PLEASE! I’m still learning. If this messes up, I’ll have to buy “WordPress For Dummies”.

    *NSFW* Not as bad as the first though, Here goes.

  19. Mike W says:

    My VFW life card is made of metal. Did they go and change this?

  20. Sparks says:

    Not sure which team this “it” is batting for but this is appropriate either way.


  21. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    No comment about SHE, HE and or IT!

    Note: shout this out loud … “SHE HE IT!”

    Get back to me with results!

    Nothing further … for now.

  22. FatCircles0311 says:

    She looks like a goblin.


  23. Bobo says:

    Is she/it claiming to be a MEDEVAC pilot? I’m guessing that, based on the MEDCOM patch and regimental affiliation, that’s the case. If so, the branch insignia shoud be MSC, not AV. Also, shouldn’t the DI badge be at the waist for a female uniform? Finally, I can say that I have never seen a MAJ with an LM. Not saying that there aren’t a few somewhere, but that would be a head turner. I remember seeing one LTC in the Pentagon with an LM and my boss and I figured that he must have been a retiree recall because neither of us had ever seen an LTC who had gotten one for something other than retirement.

  24. JimW says:

    Why would you display a picture of your VFW card? Who cares if you belong to that group or another. Its trying to establish an image/persona of being a combat veteran. Same with the display of medals. Image building. Because this it (man/women…ugly looking thing) is full of shit.
    Must have attended the Birdbath Wicker Dick School for Stolen Valor.
    I can’t tell by the picture…is this a man or a woman…maybe both? Oh, I don’t care either way. The image is disturbing to even think about.

  25. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Hmmmm,.. Maybe Dennis “Blobfish” Chevalier’s next squeeze?