Kirk Amarh-Kwantreng; phony soldier

| September 26, 2017 | 45 Comments

Someone sent us their research on this fellow, Kirk Amarh-Kwantreng, from Massena, New York. The word on the street is that he pretends to be a member of the US Army for sympathy. He wears dog tags on the outside of his clothes to give that impression even when he’s wearing his civvies;

He keeps a folded flag and an Army uniform hat on the dash board of his car in hopes that they will get him out of traffic tickets.

According to folks, he spent three semesters in SUNY Potsdam’s ROTC program and that’s where he got the dog tags and the uniform. He never completed ROTC, but I guess it’s just much easier to pretend than actually accomplish anything.

The National Personnel Records Center says that they never heard of him;

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Doc Savage says:


    Scrabble, anyone?

  2. Ret_25X says:

    That is pretty lame…who gets out of tickets for having a hat on the dash?

    • Graybeard says:

      It can happen.

    • MSG Eric says:

      It depends on where you live. In some places the cops might go easy. In other places, it won’t mean shit.

    • Peter the Bubblehead says:

      I received verbal warnings instead of tickets on two occasions while I was still active duty, mainly because I had to hand my Military ID along with my (technically expired) drivers license since I was stationed in a different state than my home of record. It can happen some times, especially if you are pleasant and respectful of the officer at the time.

    • QMC says:

      Not in North Carolina. Everybody and their mother served either here, or had much of their close family serve here.

      Cops will be like, “and so….?”

      • USMCMSgt (Ret) says:

        Not anywhere in Northern Virginia, either.

        I got pulled over once by a Stafford County Sheriff’s deputy, and he asked me if I was in the military as I handed him my license (as if the haircut didn’t give me away).

        I then proceeded to hand him my military I.D. and he said, “I don’t need that” and walked away.

        (I thought to myself, “Fuuuuuuuuuck…”)

        He returned with the ticket book – I was doing 46 in a 35 zone.

    • 1610desig says:

      The folded flag on dash should make any prior vet cop a little suspicious…hopefully cop will ask for military ID and this cute little gig will be up….maybe even get charged with lying to an LEO…I vaguely recall the details where some chick recently told an officer a sob story about speeding to the hospital to see her critically ill or dead father…cop looked into it, it wasn’t so, and he went to her home and arrested her…

    • allen says:

      I had my son’s hat in the back of my car, (he was in the 101st, gave it to me when he re-assigned). Cop legitimately pulled me over for speeding, saw the hat, asked me if I was in the military. I said “no, my son is.” After some discussion he said “tell him I said to thank him for his service, and you can thank him you didn’t get a ticket today – slow down”. That was in CT.

    • Weekend Warrior in Texas says:

      I had a former shipmate give me a ticket & reminisce about being on the Sara during a specific event. Then he apologized about the ticket. I tried to hand it back, he chuckled and said,”no”. $273. I later read about him rescuing a carload of people.
      In Texas, I would say 50/50, State Troopers have cut me slack a few times. The last time, I was coming back from AT on the other side of the Republic when a Trooper pulled me over 2 miles from my house. He told me about my speeding, and asked if I was in the military. I said I was, and he asked what unit etc… he issued me a warning. I was grateful.
      I do hope I will not be cited whenever I get pulled over, but I do not expect it. I do my best to drive within the parameters the state allows, and not be responsible for the resources used by having the police give roadside driving instruction.

  3. A Proud Infidel®™ says:


  4. Ex-PH2 says:

    Wants to be a soldier, huh?

    Fine. Put him in a boot company, run him ragged, don’t let him drop for any reason, then send his sorry ass over THERE. That will tell us whether or not he really wants to be in the Army.

  5. Wilted Willy says:

    You got to be kidding me, dog tags is the extent of his poser bling? This fuckstick even fails at being a poser, what a douchebag! I wouldn’t even let my dog bite this asshole, she would never get the taste out of her mouth. She would have to lick her ass for a week to do that!

  6. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    And at the TAH starting gate we have another entry. Phony Army poser, so will he be win, place or show.

  7. Combat Historian says:

    After 3 semesters of basic ROTC, this nice little feller should at least be able to handle some basic D and C; I bet he does a nifty little “Left Flank, MARCH!”…

    • OldManchu says:

      “To the rear… MARCH!”

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Could he even pass a PT Test?

      Sniveling fuckbucket.

    • Sparks says:

      Bit off topic. I carried a “Right Rock” commonly called a “BFR or Big Fucking Rock” I learned, for a day and a half. All I did was just hesitate a skosh to the right, on a Left Flank drill call and the DS saw me. Had me go get a rock, which I did and he said “no dip shit, go get a BFR!” I asked Sir? He shouted “a BIG FUCKING ROCK YOU DUMB SON OF A BITCH!” I did and he said “you will carry this all day in your right hand, unless you salute. It stays on the right side of your boot if not at attention, right side of your mess chair and right side of your bunk until your ‘dumb Carolina mountain, one leg shorter than the other ass’ learns your left from your right. Any of you other mattress stains want a Right Rock to help you? (a resounding NO SIR!, went up) Then you all had better get both your fucking feet out of your asses and learn where they go!”. I already knew the whole left-right business, I was just trying to get the hang of all the quick changing drill calls. But, no one else fucked up after that so I was the example of the moment. Good times, good times.

  8. Mason says:

    I’ll assume he missed the class/lecture on ethics.

    Dirt bag.

  9. Carlton G. Long says:

    Maybe he’ll luck out like Eddie Murphy did in Trading Places.

  10. David says:

    and I’m sure he answers to “Alphabet!”

  11. PFM says:

    Maybe he’ll take a wrong turn up there and end up at Drum’s main gate. 🙂

  12. Sparks says:

    Their gonna have to start making uniform name tags vertical if this shit keeps up.

  13. ChipNASA says:

    Go eat a giant bowl of dicks you pisssant
    Kirk Amarh-“Cuntrag” Kwantreng

  14. FatCircles0311 says:

    ROTC dropout?


  15. HMC Ret says:

    He pretends to be a member of the U.S. Army for sympaythy? Hell, I feel sympathy for him and I’m not even in the Arny.


  16. USMCMSgt(Ret) says:

    DI asks, “What’s your name scumbag?!”

    “My name Kirk Amarh Kwantreng, Sergeant!”

    DI replies, “I thought only faggots and Nigerian prince we’re named Amarh-Kwantreng! Now choke yourself!”

  17. Patrick408 says:

    Crazy that i see more pride of Country from this poser then the Fuckstick Commie Bastard “LT Spenser Rapone” attending Ranger School

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