Tammy McPherson; phony 1SG/paratrooper

| April 20, 2015

Tammy MacPherson

Last week we had some questions about some of the friends of another phony that we featured, Stacy Durrenberg on Facebook. it turns out that this Tammy MacPherson person had been busted before by the old POW Network. I guess the phonies figure that because POW Network’s archives has been shut down, they can go back to being phonies. Well, Scotty searched through the archives and found her again. Here are some her claims on Facebook;


Tammy MacPherson (1)

Tammy MacPherson (2)

Tammy MacPherson (1)

Of course the NPRC says “Who?”

Tammy MacPherson FOIA1

When all of you phonies think about asking me to remove the post about you, first think of Tammy here. You and I both know that as soon as your post disappears, you’ll go back to being a valor thief.

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  1. OAE CPO USN Ret says:




  2. Friend S. Wilkins says:

    • Sparks says:

      Friend S. Wilkins…Good one but this turd would have been a two hour plunger job and then a plumber’s snake to get her all the way through the P-trap.

      • Friend S. Wilkins says:

        Just reminded me. I once lived in a low rent apartment complex. BIG MISTAKE!!! Half the tenants were receiving Section 8 housing assistance. I lived there for EIGHT years before the health department finally shut the place down (the entire complex was demolished almost 3 years ago, thank God). God, what a nightmare! People were so dumb and ignorant, they were flushing just about everything down the toilets. My unit was in the basement so you can imagine. I had 3 major back ups in 2010. The third one was the worst. Even the plumber couldn’t figure it out. It didn’t matter, though, about a month later, they condemned the place. Hollywood ought to get busy and make a movie. Call it, The Glenwood Trace Nightmare….

        • Hack Stone says:

          It sounds like you are describing the corporate headquarters of a proud woman owned software sales company in Bethesda MD.

  3. Bobo says:

    Can someone else take a look at her photos and tell me that the badge that she’s wearing next to the jump wings isn’t a glider badge? BTW, how many of you paratroopers who served with the 82nd would forget to put the airborne tab above the All American patch or wear a black beret when airborne qualified and assigned to the 44th MEDCOM(ABN)?

    • Flyin_Pig says:

      Bobo- Good eye my friend. That is indeed a Glider Badge. What an ass clown.

      • rgr1480 says:

        Close but no cigar! She’s wearing the Air Assault Badge (affectionately AKA: Bullwinkle Moose Badge). The AA badge was copied from the Glider Badge and from a distance, they both look the same. However, the AA badge has a huge “bulb” on the bottom from where the wings eminate; the glider badge has both wings connected with the glider inside the wings.

        Me “da” has the glider wings also awarded on his jump certificate (1948); I have the bullwinkle.

        • Bobo says:

          I thought that it was an AA badge at first, too, because that’s what it should be. The problem is that the badge that she’s wearing is longer than the jump wings next to it, and I don’t see the distinctive UH-1 nose bubble. A collection of the various subdued badges is here: http://www.priorservice.com/usarsuba.html

        • When the Air Assault Qualification Badge was first awarded to me, I was at the PX buying what I thought was a subdued metal Air Assault Qualification Badge, but after I paid for it and left the PX, I discovered it was a Glider Badge.

          They do look very much alike.

          One Sunday, when I was a patient at the Viet Nam Veterans Rehabilitation Program, I was going to church wearing my miniature Air Assault Qualification Badge, Bronze Star Medal lapel pin, and Army Commendation Medal lapel pin on the left lapel of my Sunday-go-to-meetin’ suit.

          Another Mormon in that same Viet Nam Veterans Rehabilitation Program, who was a retired Special Forces NCO, saw my lapel pins and started to get upset because he thought I was wearing Jump Wings (i.e., he knew I was not a paratrooper), because in his opinion, the Air Assault Qualification Badge very closely resembled the Parachutist Qualification Badge.

    • Hayabusa says:

      She must have served in the 82nd back in WW1, when it was the 82nd Infantry Division. I wonder if she knew SGT York?

      • Sparks says:

        “I wonder if she knew SGT York?” I’m sure she did but since York was a very straight shooter, she gave her blowjobs to “Pusher” and the rest of the platoon and then hand jobs to the whole 82nd. She “laid it down” for every doughboy, what a real trooper she was. They loved her so much, they took turns humping a stolen barracks mattress on patrols. 😀

    • JohnW says:

      Notice the combat jump star on the wings also.

      • Bobo says:

        Yeah, I saw that too and mentioned it to Scotty when he first started working it. It looks like there was one combat jump in the GWOT that had a specific medical unit included. The rest were SOCOM and infantry units. There is a litany of stuff wrong in every picture of her in a uniform. It’s kind of like playing one of those “what’s wrong in this picture” games that I play with Bobo Jr.

        • CLAW131 says:

          Sir, I’m not able to look at her picture with any super clarity, but I believe that the air crew type “wings” she is wearing is a Basic Flight Surgeon’s Badge and not the Basic Aviation Badge.

          If so, that would fit right into her LSOS pattern.

        • Don H says:

          That was the 250th Forward Surgical Team (ABN), which jumped with the 173rd at the start of OIF. She’s wearing the wrong patch for it. They were stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington, so she would have been wearing the 62nd Medical Brigade patch. Or been assigned to the medical company of the 173rd’s Brigade Support Battalion. Of course she wasn’t so it doesn’t really matter.

      • Eric says:

        I wonder what these idiots selling patches, ribbons and rank insignia are thinking? “60 yo female requesting glider qual patch, CSM rank and combat wings- sounds legit!”. All this stuff including uniforms should only be available in person on a base PX with orders- yep you are an E2, here are your stripes. No, your DD214 says Marksman Rifle, no scuba patch for you young lady. What what am I thinking?

        • CLAW131 says:

          Although she looks like she’s pushing 60, she’ll only be 44 on her next birthday.

          I wish I could see her Driver and Mechanic’s Badge a little clearer. She has two clasps on it and I’m wondering if she’s claiming to be a Track or Motorcycle Driver besides being a Wheel Driver. God forbid she is claiming to be a “Special” (Generators) Equipment Operator.

          • CLAW131 says:

            On further thought I’ll bet she has a Driver-A clasp. Thinking that the A stands for Ambulance instead of Amphibious.

        • Semper Idem says:

          I agree, but I would allow an exception for badges / medals / etc no longer authorized for wear to be sold to collectors and hobbyists. Many people collect vintage militaria as a hobby; these people should not be shot down under an overbroad Stolen Valor act.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      It’s definitely a glider badge, but since that was rescinded in 1961 (except for people who had already qualified for it), she’s kind of outing herself there, isn’t she?

      Or maybe she thought it looked like a field tent with wings or something?

      Gee, I’d just love to take her for a ride in a glider and explain to her that the guys who flew those things in WWII were carrying humans as their cargo.

      • rgr1480 says:

        Ex, I’m 100% certain it’s an Air Assault badge. If you open the “parade rest” image and increase it about 200% you can clearly see the Huey nose bubble.

  4. Hondo says:


    After reading Jonn’s article above, this just seems apropos. With apologies to Greg Lake.

    Clown Central #69

    Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends
    We’re so glad you could attend, come inside, come inside
    There behind the glass stands a real complete jackass
    Smack full of BS gas, move along, move along

    Come inside, the show’s about to start
    Guaranteed to pick their lies apart
    Rest assured you’ll get your money’s worth
    Bullsh!t tales ’bout Heaven, Hell and Earth
    You’ve got to see the show, there’s some real a-ho’s
    You’ve got to see the show, posers a-go-go!

    Right before your eyes you’ll watch the posers lie
    They’ll keep lyin’ till they die, till they die, till they die

    Come inside, their lies pack quite a punch!
    Guaranteed to make you wanna lose your lunch!
    You’ve got to see the show, here’s a real whacko
    You’ve got to see the show, poser rodeo, oh

    Soon the ARCOM Queen behind an on-line screen
    Will tell us we are mean, what a scene, what a scene
    Next upon the stand will you please extend a hand
    To the “great” Dutch Rudder Band, Dixieland, Dixieland

    Roll up, roll up, roll up
    See the show

    Performing on a stool we’ve a sight to make you drool
    Purple jumpsuit wearing fool, WhAt A tOoL, WhAt A tOoL
    We would like it to be known that the poser lies we’ve shown
    Were exclusively their own, all their own, all their own

    Come and see the show, come and see the show
    Come and see the show

    See the show!

    • B Woodman says:

      BRAVO!! ENCORE!! (applause)
      An excellent job, well done.
      Thank you for the “music” (yes, I could “hear” it), and a hearty giggle.

      We’re not worthy. But thank you anyway.

    • Marine_7002 says:


    • Shalom says:

      Now this . . . is greatness.

      Bravo, sir.

      (Sorry I hit the damn red button. My aim isn’t so great. Apologies for that.)

    • Silentium Est Aureum says:

    • Sparks says:

      Hondo, beautiful my man! Sorry I’m a day late to the party. Thanks for the hat tip to Emerson, Lake and Palmer’s, “Karn Evil 9”. And of course, lyricist Peter Sinfield of King Crimson. Good tunes, good memories. They don’t write like that anymore.

      • Hondo says:

        Sparks: glad you enjoyed that, and hope you’re feeling better these days.

        I didn’t mention Sinfield because ELP says he didn’t co-write the lyrics to Karn Evil (1st Impression), and the above comes from that.

        While Peter Sinfield is credited with co-writing the lyrics on Karn Evil No 9 (3rd Impression), at time of release ELP credited only Lake with the lyrics for Karn Evil No 9 (1st Impression). Sinfield had made much later veiled claims to have co-written the lyrics to both 1st Impression and 3rd Impression (2nd Impression is instrumental).

  5. 3E9 says:

    I never knew Gladys Kravitz was in the Army.


  6. Nicki says:

    That’s a HUGE turd. May need several flushes, a plunger, another flush, and maybe some Drano.

  7. Old Trooper says:

    I’m not a gynecologist, but I know a c**t when I see one.

  8. CMM451 says:

    WOW a 44th poser way to aim low. If you want to look like you are in the 44th you need a maroon beret with the right flash and NO JUMP WINGS. Works for a lot the units on that side of the road.

  9. Pinto Nag says:

    Ruck this bitch up and airdrop her into Afghanistan. If she makes it out alive…curb stomp her ass for the worthless piece of shit she is and always will be. THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR STOLEN VALOR.

  10. Combat Historian says:

    My My, this little turdette has been busy at the milsurplus store. To give tammy her due, she at least looks more plausible in a set of fatigues than her little friend stacy durrenburg, even if tammy’s badges and DUIs are all jacked up…

  11. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Wait, wait a minute. She claims to be a Retired 1SG on one page and says she’s “Former Command Sergeant Major Retired”, was she recalled to Active Duty in one of her fantasy service tours? How else can one be “A Former CSM, Retired”?

    She’s ugly enough to make a dog turd scream and run for cover!

  12. HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

    Tammy and Stacy are Stolen Valor twatwaffles… and I’ll leave it at that.

  13. JohnE says:

    Starting to think that one of the ways he could combat the idiots who perpetrate this kind of crap is to restrict uniform sales. If it wasn’t so easy to get unis, scare badges and tabs, it would at least slow the roll of some of these ass clowns. A partial fix I know, but it is a start…

    • Pinto Nag says:

      At our local thrift store, there is a whole rack of uniforms, from Vietnam era on forward to modern era. About half of them have rank, patches, and even name tapes on them. It’s just used clothing to them, just like all the other clothing they get donated to them. People make money off of this, it’s all over the web, it’s in a ton of different catalogs, and some of it is used legitimately (hunting camo comes to mind). I’m afraid the cat is out of the bag and gone on this one.

      • JohnE says:

        Yeah, I think you’re right. It would be a finger in a dyke that is already leaking from so many other spots…wouldn’t stop the fake paper-work types either.

        FWIW…I greatly prefer Realtree products to used BDUs for hunting personally.

        • Pinto Nag says:

          Having been involved with TAH for years, I’ve become paranoid. I own one, brand-new, Army Cold Weather field jacket, BDU pattern. Bought it on ebay. It has no markings at all, no patches, rank, or anything except for the pattern. I can’t bring myself to wear it, not even out in the woods, despite the fact that I haven’t been able to find a comparable civilian model. This site has permanently cured me of any desire to wear any article or piece of uniform for any reason — ever. I would rather freeze first. And now, I have to try to figure out what to do with a perfectly good extreme weather field jacket, because I can’t bring myself to cut it up, and I refuse to give it to the thrift store.

          • MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

            I wear mine all the time.

            On the back there is a large patch and it reads:

            RETIRED MCPO
            KEEP BACK 1000 YARDS

          • Ex-PH2 says:

            PN, see if you can find someone who does machine embroider and ask him or her to make up a large patch in black thread on camo fabric. It should say ‘Space Shuttle
            Doorgunner’ on one side, and whatever squadron, e.g., VAX-241 (attack squadron 241) or VP-27 (patrol squadron 27) you want on the other.

            No one will question that kind of thing. They might point and giggle, but they won’t think you’re faking anything.

          • OIF '06-'07-'08 says:

            Pinto, I have a set of the 1st gen Gore-tex parka and trousers that I wear when I am out in the woods, whether I am camping, fishing, or hunting during cold/wet conditions.

            Don’t destroy yours, keep it in you 72-hour emergency bag. It could well save your life.

            • Pinto Nag says:

              Yes, I think that is where it is going. I can’t find any other coat with that level of rugged, dependable protection, at any price — and I’m not at all shy when it comes to paying good money for equipment (see also: Eberlstock Warhammer, which is my BOB.) That toughness is why I bought it in the first place.

              • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

                I see nothing wrong with someone simply wearing say, a Field Jacket out in the woods to keep warm, I have an issue when someone decorates it with unearned rank and awards and pretends to be someone they never were.

                • JohnE says:

                  Of course there is no problem if you served and earned (Or were simply issued 🙂 ) the uni…not on my part anyway.

                  As Jeff Cooper said…Ride, shoot straight and speak the truth.

            • Nicki says:

              I have an ACU goretex and it comes in SO useful during snow storms! But I’m certainly not wearing my rank on it any longer, and I’m certainly not pretending to still be in the military.

          • 1AirCav69 says:

            PN, a little late with this but as long as you are not trying to impersonate something you’re not, wear the damn thing. I wear fatigues a lot during the winter. I have OD Vietnam pants, Vietnam Jungle Jacket, desert cammie pants, and an Army digital pants. I have an old OD Field Jacket with my name rank etc. that is the only cold weather jacket I have. It doesn’t get that cold here. Nobody has ever questioned me and if they did I would tell them to KMA. I’m a Vet and proud to wear them. Except at like a VN Vets get together, I never wear my Jungle Fatigues together, but if I did, I would tell someone to KMA if they stopped me and questioned me. Now, wearing a full set at an airport or trying to get free or discount stuff…that’s different. The way I feel though is I earned the right to wear fatigue parts, which I buy usually on base, and if someone doesn’t like it….well KMA! Now, I’ve never worn a thing on the fatigues I didn’t earn, and of course that’s different. Wear your jacket.

      • OWB says:

        Ya know – there may be a service opportunity in your observation. What if some of us, as either individuals or through our VSOs, were to volunteer to remove stripes and such from donated uniforms at our local thrift stores? They might be hesitant to pay their employees to do it, but might welcome some of us to teach them how to do it properly, yada, yada.

  14. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Shit like this is exactly why I cut an old worn out set of ACU’s to shreds before I throw them away.

    • billo says:

      Sigh. Well, at least you can still fit in your old uniform.

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        It depends on which one you’re talking about. If I put on my old Class A jacket issued to me *COUGH* years ago, I would rip the back and shoulders out the moment I inhaled!

  15. Green Thumb says:

    With that medical background she will make a nice addition to All-Points Logistics when they take another shot at ripping off the government as they troll for VA contracts.

    Not that the VA would notice anyway considering how clueless and collusive they really are.

  16. C B Senior says:

    Tammy the Tuna. Busted again

    The fish that definitely is not a dish.

    Her and her story just stink.

  17. PtolemyinAfghanistan says:

    Stuck on stupid.

  18. Big Steve says:

    Why did this guy’s parents name him Tammy???

  19. Bobo says:

    She just changed her profile picture on Facebook, but didn’t change anything else. I’m guessing that she’s about as sharp as a soup spoon.

  20. Jeffro says:

    Mental issues? She sure as h$ll looks crazier than a sh*thouse rat…

  21. Just an Old Dog says:

    The bad thing is that 90% of her facebook friends appear to be legit service members. Lot of recruiters, perhaps they make then have facebooks now.

    • Daisy Cutter says:

      There is a phenomenon that occurs with Facebook friends that explains this. If you get a friend request and there are 20 mutual friends, you tend to accept without question. You figure it is legit… just like the Photoshoped flag background with the prayer along side the photo. Or a service dog. There are just some things we dare not question.

      • gitarcarver says:

        I know this is not on the same level as her fakery, but I look at the Photoshop and think “this is the best someone can do?”

        What is it with the fakers and bad Photoshopping?

    • CLAW131 says:

      She has definitely been trolling Recruiting stations, Battalions, Companies, and individual Recruiters.

      I’m betting she’s looking for a Commissary/Tricare sponsor and all those active duty type “friends” only add to her credibility.

    • Bobo says:

      The majority of them are recruiters. I’m guessing that they will friend just about everyone so as not to offend anyone.

  22. Big Steve says:

    This dude annoys the hell out of me.

  23. Just an Old Dog says:

    Someone on Scotty’s page screencapped this little gem from her facebook timeline:
    Tammy Mcpherson
    Men are a piece of work, they need to stop being assholes, lashing out is not the answer, the truth is right in front, pictures speak a thousand words, All of us soldiers fight for are country, but the gratitude that we get is bullshit, If men can’t see the truth then what can we do? fight for your country & flight for the one that you love, 2 wrongs don’t make a right, all of us soldiers suffer a lot over in a war zone does that mean we have to suffer a lot more at home? working hard is all we can do, continue driving on, when we come home we should be able to come home to happiness not misery, the people that we love that don’t know what is the truth they love to make accusations, that is the easiest way out, all that can be done is do what we do best be the best soldier that we can be, saving lives and go home in 1 piece, as well as bring everyone home safe too, guess some men are just like the rest and that is going behind your back and trying to see someone else, some come home to bad news, all a person can do is either pick up & drive on, make yourself happy even though it takes time to get over the the heartaches, but in the long run, maybe one day the one that you love will see the truth, in stead of the accusations, Afghanistan is no joke, it is misery, specially when you see people that have lost everything and are having to suffer as well as pick up and start over, no one can understand unless a person has been there, a person can become an emotional wreak, a person can either recover on all levels or can cause a war within themselves, love, support, understanding, as well as good listening is the best medicine, people need to stop having doubts about the truth, unless a person has been there and done that and have seen what we have seen, then they can not sit there & say anything about it. Men don’t need to have woman continue to prove to them that they are real and truthful, worst way to go makes a man unattractive plus shows cold heartness, not good way to be.

    • Hack Stone says:

      That makes as much sense as anything that Paul has posted. Putting aside the grammar and spelling errors, just what is the point that she was trying to enlighten everyone about?

    • Big Steve says:

      God, what a bunch of nonsensical, poorly-written crap. Mostly one long rambling sentence with tons of commas thrown in.
      I hope it checks this blog, and that it can comment here and explain what the eff it is talking about. I’m thinking it was high when writing this screed, but I can’t prove it.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Good grief, I think reading that made my IQ drop ten points!!

    • Silentium Est Aureum says:

      I had to stop. I felt the IQ points draining from my head.

    • Hondo says:

      My translation of the original gibberish above:

      “Can’t we all just get along?”

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      OldDog, that makes my brain hurt. Verbal diarrhea does that to me. I had to stop watching bodaprez’s speechifyin’ because I knew I’d get brain farts from it. And you had to go and post that.

      Has that moocow never heard of punctuation? Oh, I have to stop here. I’m getting a brain fart sypmtom.

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        Apparently I’m not alone in thinking that her rant is every bit as brain-depleting as the T-bird fueled rants from another critter well known to TAH.

      • David says:

        Sounds a lot like “Finnegan’s Crap”

    • Hondo says:

      Given the screed above, this seems fully apropos. Can’t believe no one else posted it earlier.

  24. CLAW131 says:

    As we early morning risers await the next blog entry, I have a semi legitimate question to ask. Please note that I have no experience with the new uniforms that have velcro stick-on tapes and patches.

    As shown by her nametape, are they manufactured with small letters? As in McPHERSON versus MCPHERSON? I’m just curious as I don’t remember our old sew-on type tags having the small letters for names of a Scottish descent.

    If there’s anyone out there with recent uniform experience that could enlighten me, I would appreciate it.

    • MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

      First, Mc is generally Irish and Mac is generally Scottish!

      Second, you are correct! ALL CAPS ON ALL TAPES!

    • JBS says:

      IIRC, that can depend on who you get to do your name plates and how you want it done. Often, you were given a sheet of paper and told, “write your name exactly how you want it sewn.”

    • Bobo says:

      I’ve seen both, but generally it’s Mc or Mac Or St.

  25. JBS says:

    Block letters may also be used as a synonym of block capitals, which means writing in all capital letters or in large and small capital letters, imitating the style of typeset capital letters. This is not a necessary implication, however: in at least one court case involving patents, trademarks and registration of designs, the term “block letters” was found to include both upper and lower case

  26. 2/17 Air Cav says:


  27. Just an Old Dog says:

    She is now claiming that her 3 ex-spouses have screwed up her identity and one of them has been drawing BAH for 4 years after divorce. Apparent she has a friend at the pentagon who is helping straighten things out.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      She’s not just going full throttle on living her lie, she’s kicked in the turbocharger!

    • OWB says:

      She really doesn’t need help from anyone – all she has to do is stop lying!

    • Hondo says:

      One of her ex-spouses “has been drawing BAH for 4 years after divorce”, eh?

      When did spouses start drawing BAH vice the member of the military to whom they’re married? Last I heard, military personnel draw BAH at varying rates, depending on grade, location, and whether they have legal dependents. And if their “with dependents” status changes, I’m pretty sure they have a legal obligation to report that change to Finance.

      It’s been a while, but the only cases similar to that with which I’m familiar were allotments in child-support cases – and even then, technically the member was drawing that BAH and forwarding it via allotment to the ex-spouse to support their dependent child.

    • Hondo says:

      I also wonder if her “friend at the Pentagon” is 6 feet tall, named “Harvey” – and is invisible. (smile)

    • Hack Stone says:

      “I have someone at the Pentagon clearing up the red tape.”

      How many times have we heard that? Has she thrown out a random name and phone number for someone assigned to the Pentagon yet? Maybe the guy that Pirate Lesbian said can vouch for her is working on this case.

    • Bobo says:

      If she can give me the “friend’s” name, I can stop by his office and see how he’s coming with that.

  28. Doc Savage says:

    Another proud graduate of the William Shatner/Burt Ward school of prose and acting.

  29. JohnE says:

    On a side note, John mentioned this turd was originally outed by Chuck and Mary at the old POW Net. I wish Mary could have kept it up after Chucks death, but I understand her reasons for stopping…

    RiP Chuck, you started something good and right.

  30. FatCircles0311 says:

    Batshit crazy detected.

  31. Angie says:

    She STILL has fake Army shit on her Facebook page:


  32. Jonn Lilyea says:

    She called to tell me that she’s filed a police report and an FBI report on us because we posted her personal information. I don’t see where we did that, but, you know, as long as her boat is floating that’s all that matters. She talks too much and won’t let me answer her questions, so I hung up on her. You guys got my bail money?

    • Green Thumb says:


    • AskaMarine says:

      Someone claiming to be her Ex-Husband recently posted on TAH Facebook (and here) that he would be more than happy to give out her social or other info on her.

      She is doing the same “blame game”, “I am the victim” routine as others who have been caught with her lies.

      You were nice to hang up on her, Jonn. I would have started yawning loudly on the phone with her gibberish.

      Gets them everytime.

    • Hondo says:

      Hmm. I wonder if someone’s been in contact with her and encouraged her to do exactly that?

      Last time I checked, knowingly filing a false police report is a crime. And I believe that enticing someone to do so – using either the mail or interstate long-distance telecommunications – just might be a bit problematic vis-a-vis Federal conspiracy statutes if the individual encouraged to do so follows through and does exactly that.

      But I could be wrong.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      I can send you a dollar next week, if they won’t let you out before then.

  33. IDC SARC says:

    Personally I have a lot of respect for her…she’s apparently the only enlisted member of the Army Medical Corps. I am truly humbled.

  34. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    MrBill. You are talking to a guy who once tried to do the crack of dawn. I would also like to point out that ID SARC did not respond to your surmise. He doesn’t want to be contrary is my guess.