William Glenn Hill Jr and Sr; phony family affair

| December 9, 2016


Meet William Glenn Hill, the senior and the junior. They live in Columbus, Georgia and operate a business called Spec Ops Worldwide.

Hills Business profile

The Senior Mr. Hill is a Vietnam veteran – he was a wireman with the 199th Infantry Brigade and it looks like he was evacuated for injuries he sustained there and he was awarded a Purple Heart;

William Hill Sr FOIA

William Hill Sr FOIA Assignments

But there’s no Silver Star, or Combat Infantryman Badge or jump wings, or most of the other stuff that he’s wearing in that picture. He definitely doesn’t know how to wear a beret.

Junior is another story;

William Hill Jr FOIA

No service. Which probably explains why nothing on his uniform is displayed properly.

He does have a record though, as a person of interest.


They’ve been busted as phonies before, but I hear that they’re back at it. They can’t be too bright walking around Columbus, Georgia dressed like that, though.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. ChipNASA says:

    What a couple of shitbags….or in this case with all that junk displayed the way it is, bags of shit.
    Same difference.

  2. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    It’s an Honor Vest with sleeves.

  3. ChipNASA says:

    Well someone else has them on blast as well…

    “Mr. Hill (Sr.) actually served 21 months in prison for defrauding the Veterans Administration out of $130,000.”

    Also in the comments there are references to this guy Jason C


    Also this guy Grady-Carmon-Coffield-lll

    Apparently they are BIG time scam artists and have taken a LOT of folks money and they’re calling for help trying to get the FBI involved.


  4. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    “My Dad taught me the importance of honor, truth, service to country, and personal integrity. What did your Dad teach you?”

    “He taught me those same things. He said I should always value those things, as long as they can be used to make a buck. Otherwise, they’re for saps.”

    • HMCS(FMF) ret says:

      Junior was overheard saying this:

      “Daddy taught me that I should ask for extra manmayo when they serve me the cockmeat sammiches in jail.”

      Sounds like both father and son are overdue for a visit in the local poundthemintheass jail…

  5. Skippy says:

    Right next door to the Benning boys school…
    Crazy MFs they are


  6. Silentium Est Aureum says:

    SV…the rancid cherry on top of the shit sundae.

    These guys are shoo-ins for DRG membership.

  7. Dapandico says:

    Who in the hell buys the latest or newest uniform? My Class A’s are still on the hanger after I retired, may have one set of BDU’s & that is it. Have no desire to run to the Stranger Danger Ranger Dickwads surplus store to buy the latest & greatest poser uniform.

    • CC Senor says:

      Hang on to those greens! I keep getting an ad on FB for green uniform coat for $229. I’ve got a fortune hanging in my closet.

  8. Hondo says:

    Sure would like to read the redacted parts of Sr’s record of assignments. Funny, but most of the rest isn’t blacked out – including other entries regarding his being a hospital patient.

    Looks like he got sent for a second tour in Vietnam after spending about a year in CONUS to recuperate, but was sent home to “MHC LGH SFC” about 6 weeks later. Less than 3 mo after that, he was apparently retired as a SP4.

    • Claw says:

      MHC LGH SFC = Medical Health Center, Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco, CA.

      70A – Clerk, no specialty like admin, legal, logbook, etc. just a clerk (not 71 series).

      Probably filled out the in-operative bedpan/catheter deadline reports there at Letterman.

      • Claw says:

        Got to thinking about this and as usual I screwed up when it comes to deciphering the old acronyms.

        MHC is probably not Medical Health Center. It more than likely stands for Medical Holding Company.

        Sorry. I’ll try to do better next time.

    • CC Senor says:

      I noticed that, too. My brother went back for subsequent tours after being medevaced stateside,but I never heard of anyone wounded going back without asking for it. A lot of CONUS assignments back then were pretty crappy and a significant number of us preferred RVN duty over duty at places like Meade, Hood, Carson, etc.

    • Perry Gaskill says:

      The entries are strange. Although the timeline fits for Hill Sr. being a draftee, there’s the curious late entry which was supposed to send him back to RVN, but apparently didn’t happen. He evidently wound up at Letterman Hospital instead.

      A possible scenario is that Hill Sr. was injured in RVN, spent six months or so at Walter Reed, and another six months as a clerk at Fort Leonard Wood on light duty. From there, he got orders back to RVN, but never actually went; the process was interrupted once he got to the Oakland Army Base for final deployment. A friendly doctor there might have declined to sign him off for full duty, which bounced him to Letterman, and then bounced him out.

  9. Oldmanchu says:

    I saw that beret from a mile away. What the fuck is wrong with these people?

    “Ah ah ah ah…… I’m a spec opsssss!”

  10. Ex-PH2 says:

    Nice hat. Does he paint landscapes?

  11. Ex-PH2 says:

    I think they both look kind of smug, don’t you? And the fact that they’re offering background checks on people means that they have an open door to committing massive, widespread fraud through access to info they wouldn’t have otherwise.

    Yeah, stolen valor is really quite harmless, isn’t it? It’s just playing tinker/tailor/soldier/spy, right? Right?

  12. Graybeard says:

    William Glenn Hill Sr. taught William Glenn Hill Jr. to be a lying thief and a conman.

    Someone ought to Spec Ops them in the alley and leave their quivering carcasses to be picked over by the DRG. If they owe folks money from their lies, they ought to pay some taxes on what they owe.

  13. The Other Whitey says:

    Genetic shitbaggery.

    If I ever tried to pull something like this, my Dad would kick my ass like a fucking field goal.

  14. Reaperman says:

    I suspect that a lot of the usual SV stories started as a few little white lies or drunken exaggerations that they stick to and expand on so their families/buddies don’t find out. Meaning I got nothing that’s helping me explain how this shit can happen.

  15. Perhaps some of my many friends in the Columbus GA/Ft. Benning area will want to talk to these turds. I am over it with these assholes who would stand in the blood of better men than they just to benefit from the heroes who went where they feared to go. If you know them, eat them up. We, at This Ain’t Hell, will be doing our best to make them Goooooooooogle famous.
    William Glenn Hill, Jr & Sr, we are going to put your names up in lights.

    • brian davis says:

      I know this pos and he owes me. The db claims he was at a military theme wedding he’s a idiot. His brain is on another planet. His latest is black spears ,summit ammo,and being bought out by studebaker motors. The Feds need to arrest him on poniz scheme he has committed over the years. I’m not stopping til his has a inmate number His dad has been convicted of something. Go to bop.gov. Search William Glenn hill. He is the one with number ending in20. Not in cusdoty Meaning he’s prob self surrender in a few weeks. The bop is on point with their website

      • Candice Housel says:

        Brian we live here in Columbus, I have found over 17 more people that they have stolen from the latest over 300,000 !!!! I am looking for my car that they stole and I will get it Back… My goal to see them behind bars and be his first visitor!!!!

  16. martinjmpr says:

    Is it sad or is it funny when life starts to imitate “The Duffel Blog?”


    CLEVELAND, Ohio – John Jakeman always knew he wanted to be a fake veteran, ever since he grew up following his father Sullivan “Sully” Jakeman around to various veterans’ reunions.

    “As a boy I loved to play with the Purple Hearts and Distinguished Service Cross Dad pretends he was awarded in Vietnam,” said Jakeman. “Those are powerful experiences to a young man.”

    Jakeman has big bootprints to follow. He is actually the third generation of Jakemans to fake military service. In addition to his father, his grandfather faked military service in World War II.

    Read more: http://www.duffelblog.com/2012/06/son-proudly-follows-in-fathers-grandfathers-footsteps-in-faking-military-service/#ixzz4SM7NUe27

  17. Combat Historian says:

    An embellisher shitbag and his phony poser son; what a touching family portrait…///

  18. Ret_25X says:

    Who the F wears their wings ABOVE their CIB?

    Answer: no one! Certainly not this old 11M


    • LiRight says:

      Especially when neither has earned a CIB!

      Those of us here that EARNED a CIB or CAB would certainly get great pleasure out of rearranging the bone structure in their faces.

      I have a couple of sons that would love to help me crush their jaws.

      Pretty disgusting but usual for posers.

  19. Club Manager says:

    I don’t know Jonn, Sr. has a NDSM. Isn’t that equivalent to a Silver Star in dirt bag circles and especially at the local VFW bar?

  20. Green Thumb says:

    All-Points Logistics Executive Recruiting Team.


  21. jarhead says:

    Was the picture of these two assholes taken out on a farm? I mean look behind them. Is that a dairy cow going through a front door? Mostly black, must be a black angus.

    • ChipNASA says:

      You MFer. You made me scroll back up.
      😀 😀 😀

    • brian davis says:

      I’m from Columbus and fronted junior out. The turds claim they were at a military theme wedding He’s a pos con artist. No one in their right mind puts a military uniform on when they haven’t served a day. He’s a town clown

      • rgr769 says:

        Besides, they say it was for a wedding. Who puts on a costume to dress up for a wedding?

      • I know what you’ve done says:

        At least they haven’t tried hurting a 4 year old little girl and a 100lb woman! I’d much rather be around someone wearing a uniform at their residence for a wedding than a steroid using so called man that hurts children and women!! Too bad everyone don’t comment on here about the things you people have done! Makes me sick!!

  22. CB Senior says:

    Halloween at their house everyday. All they are missing is the big red nose and huge shoes.

    What begins with an A and ends with a S?

  23. 26Limabeans says:

    The kid looks retarded. Where’s mom?

  24. crucible says:

    Shitbaggery aside……

    To me, the first picture of junior and the second look like two different people: different head shapes, different noses, etc. Anyone else?

    They are both supposed to be pic’s of junior right?

  25. ex-OS2 says:


  26. Roh-Dog says:

    theres a lot of soft sand behind malone 21 and EXODUS is coming…

  27. Claw says:

    Anybody taking bets on whether that picture was taken on Veteran’s Day just before they went into the Golden Corral for the free meal?

    Wait! Is that a pedometer I see on the angus’ wrist as she is going in the door?

    Probably to keep count of the laps she’s gonna do around the buffet table.

  28. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    What a couple of turd tossers!

  29. JBUSMC says:

    I have a question. If he was wounded by the enemy, wouldn’t he rate a CIB? Or is there a certain criteria?

    • rgr769 says:

      Yes, there is a certain criteria. Having a Purple Heart is irrelevant to award of the CIB, except if you were a combat wounded infantryman, you would qualify for both. To qualify for the CIB, which stands for combat infantryman’s badge, one has to have an infantry MOS and be exposed to enemy fire during combat operations. This poser was a “wiredog,” one of the commo guys who strings telephone wire between point A and point B and hooks it up to a field telephone system. He was not an infantryman, thus no CIB could have been awarded to him. He likely spent all his time at either a base camp or a fire support base. Except for the purple heart and the basic RVN service medals/ribbons, all that bling on his uniform is bogus. As a former RVN rifle company commander, I can say there is no position in an infantry rifle company for a 36K wireman.
      He has even misrepresented his PH because he appears in the photo to have added the oak leaf to that ribbon, but his FOIA response shows he was only awarded the first PH. Also, his son’s photo shows that neither of them know how to properly pin on brass and insignia. Daddy shit-bag is wearing a 75th Ranger beret pulled down over the wrong side of his head. If Daddy showed up a 199th LIB reunion in that outfit, the real combat vets would probably beat him to a pulp. I think it is likely his wound was probably the result of standing in the wrong place at the wrong time.

      • JBUSMC says:


      • I know what you’ve done says:

        He was actually wounded. He was blown up, shot, and stabbed multiple times. This is proven! You guys truly need to get a life!! Don’t post things you don’t know about! I have the proof. Honestly, I am enjoying these ridiculous comments!! Thanks

  30. ex-OS2 says:

    What rank is daddy cocksucker supposed to be? Is junior cocksucker wearing officer rank?

    That is one fat ass with a bad haircut behind them in the top photo.

    • 26Limabeans says:

      I was checking out the extra set of cargo straps across her back so at least she is well supported.

    • rgr769 says:

      They are both wearing dress blues. Daddy is wearing the enlisted blouse and we can’t see what is on his sleeves. Son of Shitbird is wearing an officer’s blouse with likely 1LT or CPT shoulder boards. He is pretending to be a Special Forces officer, but doesn’t know how to align the crossed arrows, as well as how to properly display the rest of his fake bling. Another thing I love is Daddy Shitbird is wearing five unit citations, but he was only in one unit, 4th Bn/12th Infantry, unless you want to count the hospitals.

      • ex-OS2 says:

        Can I assume that wearing “shades” and no cover outside is unsatisfactory?

        • rgr769 says:

          Yes. No real officer in full dress uniform would be uncovered out of doors. Also the sunglasses are non-regulation. But since he is a phony and his uni is all jacked up, at this point, what difference does it make?

  31. jarhead says:

    Hey ChipNASA….You made somebody’s day when you posted the link above

    A phone call to the last poster on the site made one Craig Frick feel like he had just won the Reader’s Digest Sweepstakes. Never heard anyone so excited when he received an asshole’s head on a platter! As a matter of fact he and some others were getting together this weekend just to arrange pursuing this clown. Thanks to you and T A H, you made his day.

  32. HT3 '83-'87 says:

    Babs Jansen said it best “A wimp and a blimp”

  33. Starbux says:

    Junior doesn’t know how to put his US and branch brass on correctly.

  34. Starbux says:

    Isn’t the CIB supposed to above the jump wings?

    Senior looks like he just shit in his diaper.

    • rgr769 says:

      The CIB always goes above jump wings or any other qualification badge. On award of the CIB (or EIB) the jump wings are supposed to move below the ribbon rack to the pocket flap on Class A’s or Blues. Ditto on the diaper look.

  35. curious123 says:

    Was this ever resolved?