George Davila; phony Green Beret

| April 25, 2018 | 88 Comments

Our partners at Guardians of the Green Beret share their work on this couple George and Eva Davila. His wife gets included in this bust because she was complicit with George’s lies about his service;

George Davila was NEVER a Green Beret of any kind

He was:

NEVER an 18C

NEVER an 18F

NEVER in the 20th Special Forces Group

NEVER even Airborne

NEVER saved the life of Marty XXXXXXXX

NEVER almost received the Silver Star “or higher” as he claims

NEVER spent 20 years in the service as he claims

NEVER even attempted the Special Forces Qualification course as he claims when he was giving advice to a young man getting ready to go.

NEVER hit a COL as he claims. (how does he think anybody would even begin to believe that level 10 Bullshit)

IS NOT a blood brother with the same mom as the president of a local SFA Chapter as he claims (verified by the guy himself he said was his brother)

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. jim h says:

    bet he salutes himself in the mirror and flexes.


  2. Kat says:

    Looks like he was a cop. What’s wrong with being a cop? Another perfectly fine example of service stuffed into a bag o’ poop and lit on fire.

  3. IDC SARC says:


  4. A Proud Infidel®™ says:


  5. AW1Ed says:

    Time for a rousing rendition of the new, improved-

    Ballad of the Green Bidet

    Dedicated to George Davila and his lovely bride, Eva, today’s fake Green Beret and abettor.

    Faking assholes, like this guy,
    The fat slobs, who always lie.
    Men who failed in every way,
    Try to steal the Green Beret.

    Unearned bling on pudgy chests,
    Doo-rag and dog, check out the vest!
    One hundred times, they’ll boast today
    “Believe me man, I’m a Green Beret!”

    E-bay wings, upon his chest,
    Trying to look, like America’s Best,
    One hundred men, he’ll blow today.
    B’cause Georgie is, a Green Bidet.

    Blowing winos, at bus stops.
    Sporting Medals, like stage props,
    He never earned it, but he’ll say,
    “Look at me, a Green Beret.

    The Internet, has found him out.
    Gone his name, and his clout.
    His own shit, upon his tray,
    Served to him, a Green Bidet.

    Comfort dog, at his side.
    Shiny wide glide, for his ride.
    He will pose, another day,
    Because he earned, The Green Bidet

    Tip ‘o the chapeau to 11B-mailclerk,
    RCAF-CHAIRBORNE, A Proud Infidel®™, and 26Limabeans

  6. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    ALL that time in service and he only had a “Sham Shield” to show for it. What, he couldn’t make it past Permanent Motor Pool Police Call/Latrine Orderly, was he perpetually mediocre or a combo thereof?

    • rgr769 says:

      Hey, there is an eagle in that rank insignia. So it is sorta like being a full bird colonel. After all, it is the only rank other than full bull that has an eagle.
      He now has the Latrine Orderly fun of attempting to clean up his own shit on the interwebs. Enjoy your Goooogle fame, Georgie.

      • AW1Ed says:


        PO1 Crow

        Really confused ’em at Air Force bases when attired in a flight suit.

        • rgr769 says:

          I was talking Army rank insignia. I am well aware of the Navy bird and chevrons, my AMM1 father wore that insignia as a Lockheed PV-1 crewman/plane captain. At the AFB, maybe they mistook you for a Colonel Sgt.

          • AW1Ed says:

            Of course. Actually, a Col/Pvt, as I was a PO3 at the time. Pretty humorous, either way.

            PV-1 Ventura? Very cool aircraft. My dad flew P-2V Neptunes.

            • rgr769 says:

              The PV-1 was the first dedicated ASW U.S. aircraft. It was originally intended to patrol the Atlantic searching for German U-boats, so it could bomb them with depth charges or torpedoes. Later they were utilized in the Pacific. This aircraft was frequently a death trap if one lost an engine during or shortly after take-off. Later in WWII, it was replaced by the PV-2 Harpoon, an improved version of the same airframe.

          • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

            I remember getting saluted on Bagram AF when I was a Sham Shield.

  7. Mason says:

    Out with one year left until a retirement? Gotta be something to that story. Ten years active is a lot of retirement points to let go.

    • Mick says:

      I was thinking the same thing when I saw his timeline. I don’t think that I’ve ever heard of anyone voluntarily bailing out with 19+ years of total service.

      Looks like the Army probably put a boot in his ass for doing something stupid just prior to him becoming retirement eligible.

    • Martinjmpr says:

      For those of you not familiar with the Reserve Component (NG and Army Reserve) retirement system, here’s a little tutorial that I think applies in this case:

      19 years of service is not necessarily 19 years towards retirement. In the reserve components (RC) you can only retire if you have 20 “GOOD” years. When I was in (which coincides with Davila’s service as well) in order to have a “good retirement year” you had to earn a minimum of 50 “retirement points” in each retirement year

      You earned 15 just for being a member of a drilling unit, and 1 point for each UTA (Unit Training Assembly) thereafter, plus 1 point for each day of active duty (usually the 2 week “summer camp” or Annual Training that RC units do. Weekend drills were either MUTA 4’s (i.e. 4 UTAs for the weekend) or MUTA 5’s if they started on Friday night. Points could also be earned without pay for things like correspondence courses or even volunteering at the unit for no pay (if a soldier had already done his weekend drill he might show up at another unit and “drill for points.”)

      In Davila’s case, obviously the 9 years of active duty would count as “good” years for retirement, however, after that if he was not a member of a drilling reserve unit, he would not have earned enough points for those years to be “good” retirement years.
      A year in which a RC member does not earn 50 points is a “bad” year for retirement purposes and doesn’t count towards retirement.

      And as far as points, they are specific to the retirement year. Each RC member has a RYE (Retirement Year Ending) date and if the RC member does not earn his 50 points before the RYE date that year does not count towards retirement.

      It doesn’t matter if he earns 250 points the previous year or the next year, the year in which he earned 49 points or less simply does not count towards retirement (though the points themselves DO count for purposes of computing retirement pay.)

      If you have a squared away unit administrator, he or she will keep track of retirement points and might tell a soldier “hey, you’re getting close to your RYE date and you’re short on points.” That way the soldier could volunteer, take a correspondence course or do something else to earn the points for a “good” year.

      Once a soldier gets 20 “good” years for retirement purposes, he gets a letter from the personnel bureau notifying him that he has 20 good years in. This is typically called a “20 year letter.” Once a soldier has his 20 year letter in hand, he can choose to retire at any time unless he is deployed, pending deployment, awaiting disciplinary action, etc.

      If the RC member is under the age of 60 when he retires (which most area), he is called a “gray area retiree.” He gets some benefits (PX/Commissary and I think Space A travel) but no pay and no entitlement to Tri Care. Full disclosure: I’m a gray area retiree, retired in 2005 with just over 12 years of active duty and about 11 1/2 in the RC.

      Upon turning 60, retirees are entitled to pay and benefits of a retired service member, with the amount of retirement pay based on the total number of points. They are also entitled to Tricare and any other benefits of retired service members.

      Soldiers who don’t have enough retirement points to retire just get discharged and have zero retirement benefits. No ID card, no commissary/PX privileges, no Space-A travel and needless to say, no pay or Tri Care entitlement.

      Sorry for the long winded post but I just wanted to make sure people understood how RC retirement works because it’s a lot different from active duty retirement.

      • Martinjmpr says:

        Short version: He may have had 19 years in but I’ll bet most of them were in the IRR (Individual Ready Reserve) or ING (Inactive National Guard.) No points = that year doesn’t qualify for retirement.

        • Martinjmpr says:

          Another possibility: He was a member of a drilling RC unit but missed so many drills that he was eventually kicked to the curb and put in the IRR.

          We did that to a lot of guys in the RC units I was in.

          • Mason says:

            Or he pissed hot. I served with a guy who did that and threw nearly 20 years away. In the RC you could go years without a piss test. Combine that with thinking it’ll be out of your system by the next UTA.

            ETS-ing at 19 years as an E-4, for whatever reasons, indicates to me a colossal dick stepper.

            • ThommyMac says:

              “ETS-ing at 19 years as an E-4, for whatever reasons, indicates to me a colossal dick stepper.”
              Well said. Yep, chronic lurker TPM winning the Lt. Obvious award today BUT it is well said. and the obvious reference is my comment NOT Mason’s 🙂 Just sayin’

            • Duane says:

              Just a suspicion here, but Ft Campbell was one of the units that the drug testing program got torn a new one by auditors. He may be a product of them having to do a Battalion wide test – lost a stripe and shown out the door all in one easy move. We had several folks on the other side of the state that got themselves into just that situation and were goners within 48 hours just a few years ago.

        • NormanS says:

          Actually, one gets 15 points per year in IRR/ING; far short of the minimum required for a good retirement year. I have 23 good years, and 3 more IRR.

    • Martinjmpr says:

      One final note WRT the 19 years he served: “Bad” retirement years don’t count towards retirement – but they DO count as Time In Service (TIS) for purpose of the Retention Control Point which makes me think that Davila must have been busted down at some point from at least E-5 because IIRC the RCP for E-4 is either 12 or 15 years.

      It may be that he was shamming his way to being a retired E-5 buck sergeant but then got busted or otherwise stepped on his crank, got dropped down to E-4 at which point the RCP meant he was processed for immediate discharge. No retirement, no Tricare, do not pass go, do not collect $200.

      Which I think makes this video appropriate:

  8. AW1Ed says:

    George Davila is a fake Green Beret.
    George Davila is a liar.
    George Davila is a disgrace.

    Welcome to your new Google fame, George. The interwebs are forever.

  9. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    WTF is wrong with these peeps. I shit in my pants and everything I did wrong in my life passed before my eyes when I got my ARNGUS cap awhile ago and had to use a stitch remover to remove the expert infantry badge that was sewn on that I did not deserve and yet these peeps embelish their Mil service and don’t think anything about doing it. I mentioned my cap EIB incident a number of weeks ago on this site.

  10. GDContractor says:

    Let this be a (harsh) reminder of why pictures of poser spouses are usually redacted. Those chins can never be unseen.

  11. Jay says:

    Someone in the know school this Marine: What is the lapel pin he’s wearing in a few of the pics?

    It’s a damn shame: maybe not a STELLAR career, but based off assignments and awards its one he could’ve been proud of. Sometimes the desire for continued “atta boys” is enough to make someone create an identity for themselves.

  12. Dustoff says:

    8th MP Brigade , Yongsan? Not Special Forces, but certainly an “Itaewon Ranger”..(with two short time stars, and a STD action ribbon).

  13. Combat Historian says:

    I have a feeling this POS couple may have the gall and chutzpah to show up here and sockpuppet. My sockpuppetyspideysensey is tingling in the back of my neck…

  14. CW-3 Chief O says:

    Wait a minute..I am from San Antonio …so now he is on my radar..I think this is his Linkedin profile. Still active with Vets and is the First Platoon Leader I guess he works under a commander?

    • AW1Ed says:

      He was, according to the profile in 2015, the Former President of the University of the Incarnate Word Student Veterans Association, so he’s got that going for him.

      Wonder why he stepped down from such a prestigious position?

  15. 26Limabeans says:


    Point it at the vehicle. Note the indicated speed. Write the ticket.

    It’s not like electronic warfare and you don’t have to belong to the Association of Old Crows but hey, it’s a chit on your resume.

  16. Bobo says:

    Sweet, a 19 year E-4 who managed to get 5 years deep into the GWOT without deploying. I seem to recall the CA/PSYOPS guys were in pretty heavy rotations during that period (we had to beg and steal to get a few for our Iraq deployment in 2005), with everyone who I knew with that functional area in the USAR making multiple deployments. My best guess is that he was such a shit bird that his unit decided that he’d be the least danger to the enemy with his ass in Texas.

  17. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Another Special FECES operator… booted out as an E-4 with just under 20 years. I’m guessing that GEORGE DAVILA DORKED THE SQUEAKHOLE so bad that he was shown the door out of the service.

    And the missus… she’s just as bad as the huddy… a match made in STOLEN VALOR HEAVEN.

  18. AW1Ed says:

    Anyone contact the San Antonio 1st Service Platoon with the bad news yet?

  19. Ex-PH2 says:

    Okay, he’s not a real Green Beret, but he says he is.

    It’s kind of like him saying he’s pregnant, but he isn’t really because his EPT stick didn’t turn color. It’s his wifey’s fault.

  20. Andy11M says:

    Almost 20 years of active and reserve service and he was a Spc? Yea, the fakery tells me what a spectacular soldier he must have been.

  21. 3E9 says:

    If he was an MP beginning in Aug 1987 we were at Ft. McClellan at the same time. Need to check my photos when I get home.

  22. Carlton G. Long says:

    To provide some credit where it is due…wifey does at least look like a dependabottomus

  23. rgr769 says:

    Geez Looweez, Georgie-boi, GEORGE GILBERT AVILA, your fake Green Beret POSer shit is weak sauce compared to some of our contenders. Since you were AD for 10 years and served at Ft. Campbell, why not claim 5th Group? Or, you could have claimed attachment to 7th Group and secret drug interdiction ops in South and Central America, like your fellow MP Shane Ladner. I do see from your true personnel records that you are a school trained operator of the breathalyzer machine and the traffic radar gun, so you have that going for you. I guess handing out speeding tickets as an MP wasn’t glorious enough for you and your POSer wife.

  24. FAEX says:

    On the image with his resume, at the bottom it lists Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. I’m curious what he was claiming with that entry. I was a Special Agent with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for 10 years before moving to the federal level. Impersonating a law enforcement officer is a Class A misdemeanor in Tennessee, with 11 months, 29 days in prison.

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