Nicholas George; Special Forces super-poser

| June 18, 2015

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I’ve been watching this guy since last month when his local media in Louisiana first printed this story about “A Green Beret in our midst” about Sergeant Major Nicholas George;

Nicholas George heroics

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When asked how he spent his career, George smiled and replied, “Dodging bullets.”

“I’ve been in every conflict since Panama,” he said.

After the U.S. invasion of Panama in 1989, George went on to serve in Kosovo, Somalia, Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan.

“I did 14 tours straight without coming home,” he said.

He’s gone on a total of 757 missions.

Tragically, George was overseas when he lost his wife of 25 years, Kimberly, to cancer.

“I couldn’t be home for it because I was over in Afghanistan,” he said.

When he talks about his career, George is very humble and straightforward. There’s not a trace of boastfulness or embellishment. He speaks honestly and from the heart.

Over the years, George’s courage under fire earned him two silver stars, a bronze star and six Purple Hearts.

“In 28 years, I’ve had 31 bullets put in (my) body and I keep going,” he said.

Unfortunately, the last round of bullets ended his military career.

“I took 14 rounds from the ankle to the shoulder,” George said.

That was in Afghanistan in 2011.

Where do we find such men? Bill Ole Senn, one of our friends at Special Forces Poser Patrol, was on him like white on rice. He called Fort Bragg and determined that George hadn’t attended the Special Forces Qualification Course in 1996 like he had claimed. So they went back to the reporter of the first story, who went to George for an explanation;

This reporter contacted George on Monday about Special Forces Poser Patrol being unable to find his SFQC records.

“I’m battling this again,” he said.

According to George, “this isn’t the first time” someone’s been unable to locate his military records. He said he “ran into the same problem” dealing with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs before his records were located.

“No one’s able to track down my records for some reason,” George said. “It’s aggravating the hell out of me.”

This reporter requested to view a copy of his DD-214.

“I don’t have one on me today. It’s all packed up (with) my stuff,” George said.

This reporter also requested to see George’s SFQC certificate of graduation.

“All that’s packed up with my furniture,” he replied.

George, who moved to Oxford last July, said his belongings are currently being stored out of state by the moving company he hired.

“It’s sitting on a trailer in New York right now,” he said. “All my furniture . . . (is) still sitting in New York.”

George explained he left the Oxford house he initially moved into because it was “too big” and that’s why all his stuff is currently in storage. “I’m staying with someone else right now,” he said.

Given this situation, George said he has no immediate access to any of his military records.

“None of it, right at the moment,” he said.

Yeah, well, sounds plausible…not. he had all of that bling to wear for his antics on Memorial Day, but he didn’t have one slip of paper to prove that he earned all of that stuff? No retiree ID card?

Well, the reporter went to talk to George’s mother and his brother;

“He’s lying – 100 percent.”

That was Patricia George’s response when informed about her estranged son Nicholas Anthony George’s claims to have had a lengthy and highly-decorated career in the United States Army.

“He likes to tell stories. He likes to make up things,” said Patricia, who resides in Wiggins, Mississippi. “He told the woman he was married to, when they got together, he said that his parents were millionaires and wouldn’t give him his money . . . If I have a million dollars, I’d like to know where.”

His estranged older brother, Richard H. George, 46, also of Wiggins, Mississippi, made no bones about George’s claims being bogus.

“To put it bluntly, he’s full of (crap). None of the things that I read (about George’s alleged military career) were factual,” he said. “I don’t know where he would come up with this plan or scam or con or whatever you want to call it.”

The National Personnel Records Center agrees;

Nicholas George FOIA

Nicholas George Assignments

Seventeen months of service, discharged as a Private E-1. His highest award was the Army Service Ribbon. He didn’t even stick around long enough to get the National Defense Service Ribbon. But, see, I knew he was phony when I saw the 3rd Award of the Combat Infantryman Badge, the siren’s song of the poser. He doesn’t look old enough to have served in the Korean War or World War II – he would have had to serve in one or the other to have 3 awards of the CIB.

The Combat Action Badge worn on the right breast pocket is wrong, too. 3 CIBs and a CAB, too? That’s a combatin’ MFer. Those “Airborne Ranger wings” are not authorized. The Expert Badge is on the wrong pocket. But you really can’t expect a private to know where all of that stuff goes. That SF DUI on the Army flash on a green beret is a nice touch, too.

So thanks for making it easy to spot you as a phony, George, you goofy-looking POS.

It looks like he got to Aschaffenburg, Germany the year after I left that great city. But, I guess he got caught up in the Iron Triangle down on the Strasse and that Heyland’s Hefeweissen kicked his ass.

Nicholas George

Gotta give him credit, though, he certainly put a lot of money into his clown suit. CJ Carnacchio, the reporter’s last article. Yeah, I know Enigma4U didn’t foresee anyone who could beat Wave Reyner, but then along comes Nick George. It’s as if they have a contest going or something.

Here’s a link to Guardian of Valor‘s post on him.

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  1. Commissioner Wretched says:

    You would think that somebody who spent at least a couple of days in the Army would know on which part of the jacket lapel an enlisted man’s brass goes. Hint to future posers: It goes *above* the lapel notch, not below it. Officers are the only ones who get to put things below the lapel notch.

    That, along with the CIB with two stars, is a dead giveaway. He may have mucho dinero invested in his clown suit, but he didn’t bother to do any research to find out how to wear it.

  2. HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

    Another sooper sekrit skwirrl member of the rump ridin wrangers and a master of the anal buttsekks warfare.

    Read the following, the shit only gets better:

    “However, a Dec. 9, 2014 letter, written by Oxford American Legion Post 108 Senior Vice Commander Bill Vernier, states that based on the copy of the DD-214 that George submitted, he was honorably discharged from the service. This letter was related to George’s application for Legion membership, which he was granted.

    A DD-214 is an official document issued by the Armed Forces to military personnel at the time of their discharge or separation from active duty. It contains information such as a service person’s military occupational specialty, service dates, awards and decorations, and personal information.

    A veteran cannot join the American Legion if he or she was dishonorably discharged.

    George claims he has two DD-214s because his 28 years in the army were not consecutive. He claims he took a break from military life in the early 1990s.

    He claims the second DD-214 contains information regarding his time in Special Forces along with all his decorations and awards.”

    Another case of a AL post “vetting” someone based on what was provided to them by the individual…

    • HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

      Oh and the AL post that “vetted” him and another local post banned his dumb ass… at least they were willing to act, unlike a certain VFW post that a certain “lawer” is a member of.

    • Joe Williams says:

      How can SoS have only 2 DD214 for 28 years of service. He should have 4 more DD214 if he came on a 4 year hitch. Then signed 4 more 6 year contracts. Is my math too old school? Sidetrack MCPO NYC{ret} has not been posting lately. Chief too much work or something medical? Joe

  3. Hondo says:

    Ya know, I just don’t remember the tour length in Germany in the late 1980s/early 1990s being <12 months. And maybe it's just my aging eyes – but to me, it just doesn't seem like there's enough space to type "HONORABLE", followed by a space, in that blacked-out area on the last line of his record of assignments.

    "GENERAL" followed by a space appears to fit, though.

    I'm thinking a Chapter.

    • Hondo says:

      Addendum: since he says – in context of dealing with the VA – that his “records were located” . . . I wonder if that means he’s currently drawing VA disability benefits based on his nonexistent combat service?

      Anyone want to give odds on whether the VA will bother to investigate the matter?

      • GDContractor says:

        I wonder how many $24,999 prosthetic limbs were purchased on his behalf.

        In the interest of advancing science, I will donate $19.99 for an attempted brain transplant for PVT George.

  4. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Another shit-for-brained bucket of buck-toothed slug snot spouting a line of shit that even a one-eyed lobotomized 2LT on LSD would have a hard time believing, these things pop up like toadstools on cowshit thanks to the Internet, which is FOREVER, enjoy your newfound fame, o candyassed pissbucket of an inbred Swamp Donkey! Maybe one day he’ll come across a real SF Vet while wearing his clown suit and spouting his shit, I sure hope so!

  5. 509Trooper says:

    He’s also wearing a blue infantry rope but no blue disks behind his brass, which should be SF brass anyway.

  6. sj says:

    Pffffftttttt…no NDSM? Shit, even Bernath has one (Hon)

    shot 31 times? Damn.

    • Sparks says:

      sj…I was trying like hell to get here and post the “Pfffftttt…no NDSM?” before you but damned if you didn’t beat me again. That’s what I get for living in Pacific Liberal Time.

  7. USMCE8Ret says:

    I’m betting he’s not crippled/handicapped either.

    That being the case, someone should give him a good ass-stomping and make it so.

    Fuck this guy.

    • Green Thumb says:

      I was curious about the chair as well.

      He could be pulling a Randy Abbot. What a low piece of shit.

      It appears we have All-Points Logistics future Vice President of Operations.

      Fuck this turd.

      Nice touch with the Blue Cord as well.

      • GDContractor says:

        He’s not pulling a Randy Abbot, strictly speaking…. but I bet a VA Credit Card that his chair is a prop. He doesn’t claim paralysis or a spinal injury. What he does claim is that his right leg is 80% titanium, that he only has a small piece of femur left, and that his leg is scheduled for amputation (after the previous 52 surgeries on it). However, in the photos, his right thigh seems to have a healthy amount of muscle mass. Shocker.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      HUH? WHAT? Maybe he’s lying about his disability, too? PERISH THE THOUGHT!! /sarc

    • SFC D says:

      Douchenozzle needs a good old fashioned Irish kneecapping, that’ll justify the chair!

  8. Bobo says:

    Anyone who spent more than a day beyond AIT would figure out that this guy is full of crap. Every 18 series guy I know can’t wait until he can wear the Army flash on his beret and low quarters.

  9. sapper3307 says:

    point of order.
    The turd is also not wearing his jump boots.

  10. LIRight says:

    If this idiot lived by, “death before dishonor” he’d be dead a long time.

    I sent this story to my sons……two are SF and I’m certain that they’d volunteer to re-train Pvt. George.

  11. Enigma4you says:

    My boy is a contender, he has pissed of people in 2 countries and come on its hard to beat a story about being left in a body bad for three days!!!

    • Hondo says:

      No argument that he’s a contender, E4U. It’s just maybe a little early to anoint him King Sh!tbag and seat him on the Turdish Throne.

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Hey, he might come up to your fart fritter of a critter like “Blobfish” came second to Bernutless!

  12. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    “Where do we find such men?” Off ramps of major highways, the rear of shopping centers (usually in or near a dumpster), the bathrooms of rest stops, sniffing subway seats, and parked alongside playgrounds with a camera. Oh, yeah, you can often find them at the offices of local newspapers, too.

  13. JMW3CC says:

    Talk about going all out? SGM, 3 CIBs, a CAB, Green Beret with an Army flash, and a stack full of ribbons completely out of order. Are those two Soldiers Medals beside his rack? All on an old dress blue coat with 5 service strips. Geez, if you’re going to go all out and spend the money; think you could have gotten the new Army Service Uniform. Me personally, I want to see what his leg looks like in a few months. Will he have a fake leg or will a miracle take place?

  14. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    It would be great if we had a point system so that these guys can be ranked objectively for the annual TAH contest but how does one give points for someone who falsely claims that he is a Gold Star parent or that he was busy being shot 14 times while his wife lay dying of cancer?

    • sj says:

      Someone here came up with such a system before the last tournament. I forget who. It didn’t play a factor since the tournament was a run away thanks to our fav lawyer.

      • GDContractor says:

        It was Propsguy

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          I proposed something like that some time ago, I proposed points according to medals claimed as well as rank and status like SEAL, Ranger, SF,… Lately I’ve been thinking about suggesting a “TAH Shithead Hall of Infamy” would be, maybe a “Gallery of Blue Falcons” with the biggest Shitbirds and snotweasels listed as “Dutch Rudder Gang level”!

        • 2/17 Air Cav says:

          It was Spartacus.

    • Stacy0311 says:

      and the rate these fakes are popping up the bracket might have to be expanded.

      And then we can have a “Tournament of Champions (douchenozzle edition)”

      • sj says:

        As I recall, a problem with the point system was that it was nigh impossible to quantify shitbaggery since new forms are constantly mutating. Our soon to be ex lawyer friend comes up with them hourly as evidenced by Jonn’s post earlier in another thread.

        • Poetrooper says:

          SJ, I hate to be a spelling Nazi but you did misspell lawer.

          • Tom Huxton says:

            Phonetic spelling depends on regional accents. In the deep south the spelling is rendered as “LIAR”

  15. Ex-PH2 says:

    He’s got his hat on wrong. None of you noticed that, didja? It’s s’posed ta flop on his face so he cain’t barely see nohow.

    Seriously, wear it right or don’t wear it at all. Now, if only someone will just provide a photo of him walking around without his chair.

    So glad to hear his ma and his brother both disowned his crap. I feel much better now.

    • Thunderstixx says:

      Of all the things about this Rachel bitch the fact that her parents told the world that she was full of shit was one of the best things I read !!!
      Since our identities are now based on who we identify with instead of what we are, I have decided that I am no longer an old, bald, fat, white guy.
      I am now Amoukhoo, an Incan Warrior God of human sacrifice.!
      I also am demanding a Warrior Princess.

  16. Old Trooper says:

    I didn’t even have to read the story to know he’s a fake. All it took was seeing the blue Army Flash on the green beret.

  17. GDContractor says:

    Some people know how to rock a beret. Some don’t.

  18. C B Senior says:

    Not for nothing, but why do they think being shot on so many occations boosts their cred. It makes you look like a piss poor troop that your dumb ass is fundementally flawed as a Soldier.
    Now not being an Army type I am not sure what day Cover and Concealment are taught, but I am pretty confident in saying early and often it is taught.

  19. Thunderstixx says:

    I just found out that one of my friends just got 70% service connected disability from the Army and got a diagnosis of PTSD…
    He never served in combat, instead he was in the Army in 1982-86 and only served stateside…
    Oh for God’s sakes…

    • OldSarge57 says:

      You are surprised? People are getting 50-100 having not even made it through basic training. They claim PTSD based on drug use, alcoholism, and of course the increasingly popular Military Sexual Trauma (MST). C&P examiners HAVE to review these claims often without ANY records and the “veteran” can keep appealing over, and over, and over until they get the right C&P examiner to give in and buy their B.S. The justification is often “Giving the veteran the benefit of the doubt”.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        So, you’re saying that when the VA’s nurse practitioner asked me if I’d had sexual assault, I should have lied and said ‘yes’?

        Hell, they were sailors. They had no manners or morals, or anything else. They hardly even had any money because they blew every paycheck on junk. Most of them were too freakin’ lazy to think about anything except goldbricking and getting drunk on weekends when they didn’t have to stand watch.

        • OldSarge57 says:

          Been there, done that – although I was a “brownshoe” during my Navy days. Of course you can lie if you have no integrity. The really big issue now is that we PAY people to not be well. Obviously if you are seriously wounded, missing limbs, etc. you should absolutely be compensated. It’s all this other stuff where treatment is available, but since there is some pretty big cash payments involved, it’s better to claim everything you can to get the money and keep it going for as long as you can. It’s not sustainable and although you can blame the VA for a lot of things, this situation is not one of them. So why should a 23 year-old with no combat/deployments or serious injuries be getting disability payments? Hmmm…

        • SFC D says:

          Ex, under today’s standards, you *were* sexually assaulted just by being in the company of these Sailors, you just didn’t know it! You’re entitled to compensation!

          • Ex-PH2 says:

            Well, in those days, you were either a lexbian or a whore where sailors were concerned, so let’s split the difference.

            • OldSarge57 says:

              How did that song go? Something about “Riding a WAVE for liberty…”? Then it got changed to WINS and we all know how that turned out. AT least everyone is now just a sailor so it all worked out.

      • Stacy0311 says:

        I didn’t know I could claim that!
        I had to be a wingman for a buddy back in the day. That involved a large WM from MotorT.
        the horror…..

  20. Animal says:

    I’m confused. Nothing unusual with that. If a soldier served in VN, DS and GWOT that would only be two awards?

    • Animal says:

      Of the CIB I meant. Told you I was confused.

    • OIF '06-'07-'08 says:

      Yep, and to have earned the second star, ‘ol high-speed Nick would have to served in the Koren conflict.

    • Hondo says:

      Correct. The Vietnam CIB period began on 2 Mar 1961 and ended on 10 Mar 1995 – a period of just over 44 years. Only one award per period is authorized, regardless of the number of times one engages in ground combat as an infantryman.

      Both Vietnam and Desert Storm were in the Vietnam period – along with the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Panama, and Somalia. Only one CIB would be awarded for service in any or all of those conflicts as an infantryman.

      The GWOT CIB Period began in late 2001. Service as an infantryman in combat during the GWOT at brigade HQ or below by someone who’d earned a CIB during Desert Storm would qual them for a 2nd award.

      • Animal says:

        I guess that makes sense to somebody. I can see multiple engagements in the same tour being one award, but engagements in multiple theaters especially when separated by time and distance seems to be different awards.

        • Hondo says:

          It’s DA policy, brought to you by DA’s 5-sided asylum denizens. It doesn’t have to make sense. (smile)

          • Animal says:

            Roger that. I was MC and went through the whole CAR thing for my Marines in OIF. Making sure my Marines that rated their first award got it was confusing enough. I can see the post action debrief going something along the lines:
            “Ok, you got shot at today. Did you return fire or did you just get shot at? Did you ever return fire or just get shot at in Grenada, Beirut, Panama, and if so during what period?”

  21. jeffro says:

    I believe the Latin tem is “Shittus bagus”. Course the nuns didn’t have much luck with me.

  22. JBS says:

    How old are these pictures? In the last photo, there is a female Major in BDUs with gold oak leafs on both sides and a black t-shirt? And what looks like something silver hanging above her left breast pocket. What’s up with that?

    • GDContractor says:

      “Oxford, Michigan – On Memorial Day 2015” per the GOV site. All dressed up for the free buffet.

  23. Cacti35 says:

    What the hell is wrong with a reporter that would allow them to buy such a crazy line of bullshit? Christomighty, getting shot 31 times? You got to be shitting me! Wouldn’t that raise your suspicions?

    • OldSarge57 says:

      Well, you have to admire the fact that he went back, investigated, and made it right. Not too many of those reporters around these days. Veterans have it much better today than the way it was 30 years ago which is why this type of thing is getting to be so common. As the “thank you for your service” attitude starts to get old, I’m willing to bet you will see a lot less of this sort of thing.

  24. CLAW131 says:

    This POS needs to hook-up with LSOS SGM/1SG Tammy Mcpherson.

    She did claim to be a Health Care Specialist. Maybe she can take care of him after the leg comes off.

    She is still running her suck on FB, still has the bogus pictures posted and is still friending active duty troops who don’t realize she’s a fraud.

    Yep, those two would make a good one two punch when it comes to posing and making a deep run into the tourney as a tag team.

  25. Valkyrie says:

    I don’t know if this was answered already, but I was wondering if he is in a wheelchair legitimately? Or is that a prop for more sympathy?

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      My bet is that he picked it up from someplace like Goodwill and uses it for a prop.

      • Jonn Lilyea says:

        I’m thinking that he was using it so his second appearance would be evidence of his miraculous recovery after dealing bravely with the surgery and his dedication to the physical therapy. I’m thinking the Second Act would have been around Veterans’ Day.

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          Yeah, I can see that too. Pity that TAH put such a crimp in his con game – NOT!! I’ve never been even remotely in favor of messing with someone in a wheelchair, but in his case I’d be very tempted to prick him in the arse or thigh with say, a sewing needle just to see how quickly he’d jump, scream, and run.

  26. Combat Historian says:

    ‘…Tragically, George was overseas when he lost his wife of 25 years, Kimberly, to cancer…

    “I couldn’t be home for it because I was over in Afghanistan,” he said…’

    Hey asswipe, don’t drag you poor dead wife into your bullshit lies, or did you create her out of whole-cloth as well? Either way, you’re a lying posering scumbag fuck-weasel wearing a phony clown suit; now go fuck yourself !

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      A cancer-stricken Wife would have qualified him to go home on Emergency Leave or get a Compassionate Reassignment, thus I call BULLSHIT on his claim.

      • Combat Historian says:

        It’s possible he may have had a wife and she actually died of cancer, and he weaved her illness and death into his bullshit military fantasy, which is utterly repulsive and unconscionable…

        • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

          Yeah, that’s very possible, it’s just that everything about this sniveling, snot-drooling FARTWEASEL and his con game is so detestable…

          • Brown Neck Gaitor says:

            There is another article by the reporter dated the 17th where he found crapweasel’s estranged son in LA (that crapweasel left with family members at an early age). Mom left crapweasel years later in IL, went back to LA and did die years later, but the obit doesn’t list crapweasel as spouse.

            Son says that dad was in military before he met mom…

            • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

              OK, that corroborates CH’s theory, thus his Wife did pass away and he weaved it into his lying trail of slug snot.

  27. Chris says:

    I always put my AAM ahead of my BS,,,don’t ya’ll??

    • CLAW131 says:

      Well, of course. After all he was just following instructions.

      The second story says that upon questioning, the past commander of the AL Post says that he gave him the uniform and a box of ribbons and medals and told him to just take what he needed.

      So being the good General Discharge Buck Private that he is, he put the uniform together and is now combing our comments for corrections to said uniform. That way when Veteran’s Day rolls around he will really be squared away and nobody will even think about calling him out.

      See, that’s what the posers are doing. They are using us as their uniform Nazis for AR 670-1 corrections and therefore will be so much better looking the next time they put on their clown suits and cruise the holiday crowds/restaurants looking for hearty handshakes and warm cups of soup.

  28. Smitty says:

    Yall still getting it wrong. he isn’t a poser, hes trans-special forces. Might also be trans-retarded too

  29. W2 says:

    Jonn, you predicted yesterday that “Wave” was a shoe-in as the next Blue Falcon tourney winner. I bet this shitbird will give him a run for his money.

    • W2 says:

      Sorry, not Jonn but E4Y made that prediction.

    • CLAW131 says:

      Yes, “Sticky Bums” Wavie-Boi for the win !!

      • Green Thumb says:

        I do not know.

        Is he a super shitbag? Yes.

        But any clown can dress up and “fake the funk” as we have seen on multiple occasions.

        My point being that you never know who will come along and bring those intangibles that push the “it” factor.

        Threats of death, arrest, etc., touching kids, multiple arrests, lawsuits and so forth.

        Just an observation.

  30. Jarhead says:

    Nickless rhymes with Dickless. This must be one baaaaaaaaaaddddd m. f. !!!!!!

  31. Craig Payne says:

    i am a old Vietnam vet.What is a combat action badge ???????

    • Jonn Lilyea says:

      It’s a CIB or CFMB for everyone who participates in combat, but not infantry or medic. It’s the badge he’s wearing (wrong) on his right breast pocket.