Timothy Dale Brown; phony SF living out his dreams

| June 7, 2015

Timothy Dale Brown

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Our friends at Guardian of Valor send us their work on this fellow, Timothy Dale Brown, who claims that he served more than 30 years as a warrant officer in Special Forces. He says;

“I was a warrant officer with the 7th and 5th Special Forces Group for 33 and a half years,” Brown said. “I served in Panama, Bosnia, Somalia, Beirut, Iraq and Afghanistan. I guess you could say I was a human target.”

Tim Brown claims

The National Personnel Records Center says that he has less than four years of service, he left the Army as a private first class, he enlisted to be a Military Police officer, he spent about a year as one in Panama until they decided he’d make a better mechanized infantryman in the 4/20th Infantry instead.Then he became a redleg at Fort Stewart, GA, went AWOL for a few days and then ended up on the street before any of his listed war-time conflicts ever began;

Timothy Dale Brown FOIA

Timothy Dale Brown Assignments

When Bulldog asked him to explain himself and his lies, Brown said that he was just living out his childhood dream. I don’t know what that dream was, but I’m sure it wasn’t to be a big-ass phony liar.

He rides with the Patriot Guard Riders, and they don’t require that a member be some sort of high-speed SF pretender, so we have to assume that he did it for himself, not for he anyone he was riding to honor. Here he is wearing his obligatory MC leather vest with his phony crap.

Tim Brown

UPDATE: Apparently, the Patriot Guard Riders has severed ties to Brown and, like the Army, kicked him to the curb. I know for a fact that PGR wouldn’t have let him ride with them if they had known that he was a useless, lying fraud. They’re a good and honorable group. Brown probably could ride with them if he had just been honest with them. In fact, my cousin is a PGR member in Upstate New York and he’s never served a day in the military, but he’s honest about it.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    “He rides with the Patriot Guard Riders….” Yeah, my guess is that will soon be “He rode with….”

    • Flagwaver says:

      It may be more appropriate as, “He was dragged behind…”

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      How about ‘…he watched with tears in his eyes as he was left behind.’

    • Sparks says:

      Maybe, in true “Sons Of Anarchy” style, the PGR will catch him still wearing their “colors” after kicking him out, and offer him, “the torch or the knife” choice. That’s my “cool thought for the day”.

  2. Smitty says:

    I dont know Jonn, hes got a leather vest with blind on it. They don’t just give those away to anyone ya know. I’m gonna need more evidence, maybe “Faker 6” knows him

    • TankBoy says:

      Always the leather vests.

    • Terrorologist says:

      We mere mortals are not allowed to make requests for the one and only, all mighty leader Dr John “Faker 6” Giduck. We can only hope and pray that he will make a grand and glorious appearance so that we all may bask in his light of truthfullyness and omni-presents.

      Always remember what Nero said while Rome was burning…”Do you feel lucky punk?”

  3. JMW3CC says:

    He’s legit, because everyone knows CW5’s wear a star on there uniform. Just another SF wannabe.

  4. Green Thumb says:

    What a turd.

    AWOL = Shitbag.

    And I love the star in the picture at the top. Tight.

    At least the PGR was proactive and did the right thing.

    There is always another MC down there in Florida that would take this clown no questions asked.

  5. Marine_7002 says:

    Bravo Zulu to the PGR for doing the right thing and setting the example for other MCs.

    To Timothy Brown, from a real CWO – FUCK YOU.

  6. SJ says:

    No NDSM.

    Not a sniper.


  7. RunPatRun says:

    According to GOV article he is also in the Legion. But based on his dates of service I am pretty sure he is not eligible for the American Legion, or the Legion Riders. He got out in Jan 82, eligibility date began again in August of 82.

    Wonder what he used to join, and if they’re booting him?

    • Silentium Est Aureum says:

      Here’s hoping his Post is taking a good hard look at those docs.

      And I’m sure the FOIA docs can be forwarded if needed.

  8. nbcguy54ACTUAL says:

    Splash. Out.

  9. Andy11M says:

    Anyone here serve in the Army in this time frame? How do you make the jump from Mud Puppy to 13F all in the same enlistment? Did the Army let that sort of thing happen in the late 70’s early 80’s? Or is this a sign that he was a turd and he got dumped into a new MOS by his chain of command? Also, I don’t see his duty assignment listed as 11B/M when he was part of 4/20. Does CSC stand for Combat Support Company? Would they have had a MP platoon assigned to them?

    • Green Thumb says:

      In this maggot’s case MP stand for “Manhole Patrol”.

    • Jonn Lilyea says:

      I was in Panama at about the same time. The CSCs of the day had 81mm & 4.2″ mortars, 106mm recoiless rifles (mounted on jeeps) and a Recon platoon. I think the MPs thought that he wasn’t MP material and sent him to an infantry company to save him (it was the VOLAR, the Carter Volunteer Army and no one got booted in those days). It looks like he was injured while being a mech infantryman and got reclassed to the artillery as a result. When he went AWOL, all bets were off. Reagan was president and we were relieving ourselves of the trash that we had coddled through the Carter years.

      • Andy11M says:

        Tell you what Jonn, I can’t imagine the changes you saw in the Army in the post Vietnam era, through the late 70’s , then the 80’s under Reagan and finally the end of the Cold War.

      • Hondo says:

        There’s at least one alternate possibility, Jonn.

        DDEAMC at Fort Gordon in those days had a fair sized psyche ward. I’m pretty sure it was on the 13th floor – that’s where Google says it is today, and I don’t think they’ve moved.

        Headspace and timing issues could explain both of his MOS changes, plus the nearly 3 month stay at DDEAMC as a patient. Since he’s admitted he’s “living out his childhood dream” by making wild claims concerning a history he doesn’t have, that would also appear to be consistent with this thesis.

        ‘Course, as you noted poor aptitude for police work and a major injury could also explain the same thing. Dunno.

        • RunPatRun says:

          The other prevalent change from the 70s to the 80s was drug use enforcement, and I remember more than one addict being taken away to inpatient care. Not that everyone used- and meth, opiates and cocaine ended careers even in the 70s, but things really stepped up in the 80s.

          • Jonn Lilyea says:

            Drug use was pretty prevalent in Panama, as you can imagine. Cocaine was readily available and cheap. Pot went for about $100/duffel bag (I was told). When he was there, there weren’t piss tests – so if he was in rehab, it had to be because of possession.

            My addiction was much more expensive – little brown women.

            • Ole jumper says:

              I hear ya Jonn. Did a little short 2 weeker down there with 20th SFG and I was introduced to a “Date Gate” at Fort Clayton. Met some 7th Gp guys at the Loop. Too bad scumbagg President Peanut assed over and we lost it.

            • Green Thumb says:

              Make it brown-eyed dudes and toss in a bottle of Red Grenadine and you would have the only non-fiction chapter (eight or nine) of the yet to be published “Phil Monkress Chronicles: My Journey Through Fantasy Land”.

              Non-fiction, of course.

  10. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Another thumbsucking booger-eating bedwetting inbred buck-toothed Swamp Donkey gets its due, enjoy your newfound internet fame, o broke-dick candyassed glowing unicorn gonad-gazing bucket of slug snot!

  11. Club Manager says:

    The star is the giveaway because a chief warrant officer is only equivalent to a colonel. Don’t take my word for it, ask any CWO.

  12. sj says:

    If he had been a CWO, he would have never been found. Those guys are Casper the Ghost.

  13. HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

    Bravo Zulu to the PGR’s for kicking Timothy Dale Brown to the curb. The only type of Ranger he be is one of them “Rump Ridin'” types.

  14. B Woodman says:

    Well, at least he doesn’t look like he ATE the Ranger, unlike Teh Rotund One and 99% of the posers that become famous on TAH.

  15. Thunderstixx says:

    With all these pukes getting all the awards for serving, going AWOL and just generally being a shitbag I should get one for being a US Army Ski Instructor!!!

  16. Casey says:

    As a clueless civilian I have to ask: How do you qualify as a sharpshooter with a flipping grenade?

    • sj says:

      Well there is the old expression: “‘Close’ only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.”

      I don’t know the answer to your question because I was Signal. I have thrown live ones and was as relieved as the NCO in the pit with me that I didn’t drop it.

    • RunPatRun says:

      I remember we had to qualify and the points were different for each level, but for the life of me couldn’t remember the criteria. Little poking around and found the answer: http://armypubs.army.mil/eforms/pdf/A3517_R.PDF

      • nbcguy54ACTUAL says:

        I reckon that if you stuck an M203 under an M24 one could be a Sniper Grenadier.

        (sounds too French for me)

    • Ex-344MP says:

      There were rings painted on the ground that the grenades were supposed to land in during qualification.

      Of course, I only got marksman instead of expert because one of my grenades hit a rock and bounced out of the ring. 🙁

  17. CLAW131 says:

    This turd’s facial features reminds me an older “Snake Eyes” Jordan.

    How about it? Anybody else see it? Or are my old eyes failing me?

  18. 3E9 says:

    What a dipshit.

  19. GDContractor says:

    Dude’s gf is claiming he has service connected cancer or some shit. See it in comments of GOV post/site.

  20. 33 years! Damn, I should have known him!!!! (but I don’t)

    We need some fraud trivia, what fraud boasts the longest time in the service? (This guy is right up there with them!)