Alex Wolpert is NOT a Marine Corps veteran

| May 18, 2018 | 84 Comments

Earlier this week, Alex Wolpert made headlines in Sacramento, California when he confronted an elderly Laotian immigrant who was wearing a camouflage T-shirt;

The Laotian couple’s daughter, who first posted the video, explained that her father had just dropped off his wife and parked near 16th Street and Broadway in Sacramento. That’s when Alex Wolpert started yelling at him for wearing a camouflage T-shirt.

“OK, he’s going to take it off,” the woman can be heard saying in the video.

“My friends died! My friends died!” Wolpert yells.

The couple’s daughter claims before the video started Wolpert had grabbed her father and threatened to kill him.

Wolpert allegedly accused the man of being a Vietnamese communist. In truth, the man’s daughter says he actually served in the Vietnam War for Laos on the U.S. side.

“I’m sorry,” the man’s wife says to Wolpert in the video.

“I’m a Marine, I fought for my country. And this mother f—er is going to wear that sh–. No! No!” Wolpert yells angrily.

We’ve been trying to find some active duty service for him all week, and we turned up nothing. Snake called USMC Manpower Management, Records and Performance branch this morning and according to them, Wolpert has never served in the Marine Corps in an active or Reserve capacity.

Of course everyone is just taking Wolpert at his word that he’s a veteran.

A Sacramento veteran has apologized for yelling at an elderly Laotian-American man and his wife this weekend over the immigrant man’s camouflage shirt.

Video of the verbal assault was posted to social media Sunday by the Laotian couple’s child, Van Khon. It shows US Marine Corps veteran Alex Wolpert yelling at the elderly immigrant for wearing a camouflage shirt as the couple was walking near 16th Street and Broadway in Sacramento.

Wolpert told Fox 40 that he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and is planning to admit himself to a rehabilitation center to get help.

He suffers from something, alright. Whoever his caregiver is had better take him off the street before he gets injured. Nasty-looking piece of shit.

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  1. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    He’s not a Seal poser?. Oh, he can’t be since he’s not from Florida. Grin.

  2. IDC SARC says:


  3. Daisy Cutter says:

    It looks like Alex Wolpert has the standard issue boutique/surplus store POSer camo on that squared away cover he’s got on his grape.

  4. Mason says:

    Over a t-shirt? I thought the guy was probably a little “blessed” before I watched the video. After I watched it, I’m sure this guy ain’t all there.

    I hope they filed a police report. The way that guy is yelling and making fists, if I were an elderly woman I’d feel threatened. I’d have no problem hanging a disorderly conduct charge on him.

  5. Ex-PH2 says:

    I will look at the video later. This alewife’s idiot offspring needs a smack some place where it really, really hurts.

  6. SFC D says:

    I think Alex might have a short in his headset somewhere.

  7. PTBH says:

    This is the camo shirt in question. It was taken from a still shot in the video. The camera pans quickly so it is missed by the naked eye.

    There is no rank or military insignia on the shirt that I can see.

    • NECCSEBEECPO says:

      Not even a Military issue shirt, those are ones you could find all over in 80’s-90’s for hunting. What a Dumb ass. The other is its BDU style we don’t even use them anymore. I see guys all over here in same shit, so what.

      • Mason says:

        South of the Mason-Dixon, it’s practically required to wear a t-shirt like that!

        The only acceptable alternatives are Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, Metallica, or Def Leppard concert shirts. Preferably without sleeves. On formal occasions the t-shirt that looks like a tuxedo is permissible, but only for the most formal of events.

  8. Combat Historian says:

    Alex Wolpert is probably a “veteran” of a mental health clinic somewhere…

  9. sbalm says:

    “Wolpert claims to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder and dissociative identity disorder. He said he’s checking himself into a rehabilitation center over the encounter.”

    Well, that sounds new – “dissociative identity disorder” – is that another way of saying they are a liar?

  10. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    If you google his name, ALL of the hits refer to “Veteran” or “Marine.” When we learn he never served and anyone asks how a guy born in 1986 could have had friends who died in Vietnam, well, it won’t matter then. The damage is done. Phuk him.

    • Mason says:

      Born in ‘86? You gotta me shittin’ me? I thought for sure that meat sack was over 40.

    • thebesig says:

      Originally posted by 2/17 Air Cav:

      If you google his name, ALL of the hits refer to “Veteran” or “Marine.” When we learn he never served and anyone asks how a guy born in 1986 could have had friends who died in Vietnam, well, it won’t matter then. The damage is done. Phuk him.

      In that case, he wasn’t in the Army either. Alex Wolpert, phony Marine, phony veteran, doesn’t show up in the Army White pages.

      Being born in 1986, he would’ve graduated high school in either 2003 or 2004. Had he joined the Army during that time, chances would be strong that he’d show up in the Army White Pages.

      No evidence of him serving on active duty based on searches done so far, “no show” in Marine database or Army White pages.

      His best shot, at this point, is in the reserve components of the Navy, Airforce, or Coast Guard.

      He didn’t have the bases from whcih to determine if the guy wearing the shirt was “the real deal” or not. The cammaflauge shirt that that man was wearing didn’t fit a uniform item that we’d wear.

      It most certainly didn’t meet the standard of “stolen valor”, even if worn by someone that didn’t serve. As others mentioned here, that’s closer to being a part of a hunting outfit than being a uniform shirt.

      No evidence in the film of the guy playing “pretend”, despite the fact that he’s reported to have served during the Vietnam War as part of a military unit of a country allied with the U.S.

      The shirts that we wore under our field uniform blouse were plain. In the Army, Soldiers could also wear similar colored shirts under their blouse with unit related graphics. None of the graphics showed in the exposed areas. None of the shirts repeated the camaflauge pattern of the other uniforms.

      • E-6 type, 1 ea says:

        Even if he joined the Army when he was 18, he would have worn BDUs for MAYBE a year before they were (mistakenly) phased out for ACUs in 2005.

        What a jackass.

  11. 26Limabeans says:

    “dissociative identity disorder”

    It’s bullshit for “POSER”

  12. GDContractor says:

    Oh, TOW is not going to like this!

  13. Atkron says:

    Someone forgot to take, or ran out of his Lithium…go suck on a rechargable battery dickhead.

  14. GDContractor says:

    Let us pause and take a page from the Obama Legacy. I think the nearest USMC base should invite the elderly Laotian gentleman and Fat Fuck to a Beer Summit. Fat Fuck gets to eat dirt and do push-ups until his fucking elbows explode, while the elderly Laotian gentleman sips on a cold one and talks to young Marines about days gone by.

  15. Roh-Dog says:

    Bag, Douche, 1 EA.

    • Claw says:

      NSN 6515-01-164-2918 Vaginal Irrigation Bag.

      Note for readers:

      NSN’s for Straight Whiskey, Rolex Watches and Cocaine are available upon request./smile

      • The Stranger says:

        I heard that there were NSNs for beer….

        • Claw says:

          You Betcha – Drinker’s Choice:

          I’m an oldster, so I work with FSN’s (Federal Stock Number) versus NSN’s (National Stock Number)./smile

          8965-841-7870 Anheuser/Busch (Budweiser) 4.0 Alcohol

          8965-922-5026 Utica Club Pilsenser 3.78 Alcohol

          8965-590-0512 Schaefer F and M 3.5 Alcohol

          8965-983-5795 Coors 3.20 Alcohol

          8965-062-7334 Coors, Lager 3.20 Alcohol

          And for the younger crowd:

          8965-01-539-3622 Beer (UNK Mfgr) Non-Alcoholic

      • USAFRetired says:

        National Stock Number 6515-01-164-3053

        National Stock Number (NSN) 6515-01-164-3053, or NIIN 011643053, (suction instrument) was assigned October 14, 1983 in the Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS). This NSN does not replace any other NSNs.

        There are 3 manufacturer part numbers associated with this NSN. None of the associated part number(s) are considered obsolete. The manufacturer part numbers were originally supplied by 2 suppliers. Today, 2 suppliers are listed as Active suppliers for this NSN. Of the active suppliers, 2 suppliers are deemed design controlled or valid supply parts.

        This part number is actively being procured by the US Government, with procurement history within the last 90 days. There have been 31 contracts issued for this part number, with 55 awards given. There is moderate competition for this NSN. The US Government has awarded contracts to 7 different suppliers. The last contract numbers awarded were: SPE2DS18V4920, SPE2DS18V4763, SPE2DS18V2332, SPE2DS18V1114, SPE2DS17VA756. The total value of the awarded contracts has been US$ 9,541.70.

        This NSN is unique to one weapons system.

        There has been a small amount of demand for this national stock number. The demand for this NSN originated from less than 5 countries. Based on a planned procurement review by the Primary Inventory Control Activity (PICA) on Jan 21, 2012, this NSN’s acquisition method was noted as: Acquire directly from the actual manufacturer, whether or not the prime contractor is the actual manufacturer. This part is a commercial/non-developmental/off-the-shelf-item. Valid AMCs: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

        This NSN is assigned to Item Name Code (INC) 77777. This item does not have a nuclear hardened feature or any other critical feature such as tolerance, fit restriction or application. There is no data in the HMIRS and the NSN is in an FSC not generally suspected of containing hazardous materials. NSN 6515011643053 does not contain precious metals.

        This information was last updated on May 01, 2018

        I got a chucl;e about it being uniques to one weapons system as ell as there not being a nuclear hardening requirement

  16. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    That BOY looks like he never came across an all you can eat buffet he didn’t like, PISS on him!

  17. Sparks says:

    Goofy Bastard!

  18. NR Pax says:

    Alex, you should have been left on your mom’s hand instead of cursing this world with your presence.

  19. Dennis - not chevy says:

    I’ve met LEO’s in Sacramento who can’t believe it’s legal to pretend to be a vet. Maybe this escapade will prove it is a problem and start arresting the phonies, not for their lying, but for their activities that prove stolen valor is the rancid cherry on top of the shit sundae.
    To treat elderly people as he did should be unthinkable; but maybe Wolpert doesn’t think too much.

  20. QMC says:

    Somebody tell Mr Wolpert that a night of Mcdonald’s to go orders, Cheeto’s, and Call of Duty do not count as USMC service.

  21. ChipNASA says:

    He was lucky Charlie didn’t take him out like during the war.
    “So are you Chinese or Japanese?,
    “I live in California last twenty year, but, ah… first come from Laos.”
    “Laos. We Laotian.”:
    “The ocean? What ocean?”
    “We are Laotian–from Laos, stupid! It’s a landlocked country in southeast Asia. It’s between Vietnam and Thailand, OK? Population 4.7 million.”

  22. OWB says:

    This is another case of my inability to find the words to express my outrage at another supposedly human piece of trash refusing to filter what comes out of his mouth. There is NO excuse for saying what he did to anyone. Never.

    That the object of his attack is a real veteran of a real war, a warrior, an ally of ours, and very likely saved American lives during his service to his country (and ours), someone who not only earned my respect and that of our military, is so far beyond disgusting that contempt for Alex Wolper doesn’t begin to describe my view of him.

    Your behavior, Alex, has earned you the right to sit quietly in the corner and contaminate the rest of the population no more. Meanwhile, the gentleman you attacked has earned the right to wear anything he wants to wear anywhere he wants to wear it.

  23. C2Show says:

    Resorting to acting like a tough over a T-shirt? See numb shit like this from AD hardcore types, but come on.

    I had a E-6 come up to me and telling I was wrong for wearing a blank Camo T while was off duty in the Netherlands.

    Get the fuck out of here, hope someone lays sloth out.

  24. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Alex Wolbert also owes a HUGE apology to every plant that has provided him with the oxygen he has wasted throughout his entire life!

  25. JURRASICHM says:

    Even if this puffed up phony was a Veteran he has absolutely no right to confront someone just because of their shirt. Secondly, he sure as hell isn’t honoring the service of his fallen “friends” by acting like a colossal turd.

  26. Jarhead says:

    I think this candy ass just wanted to see some tits today, male or female, “Just show me them boobies!”
    His PTSD for the day was Pretty Titties Sacramento Delights. Somewhere along his life some California bull dyke slapped him up side his noggin with a a 42 DD and he thought it was homo combat. Just watch, from now on all the USMC posers will be tit freaks like the rest of us real devil dogs. Big difference we’d have asked the woman to show her goodies.

  27. Ex-PH2 says:

    Okay, I finally held my breath and watched about 8 seconds of that video. The screeching and hysterics were uncalled for. He is WAY out of his league and should have confronted by someone who could shut him up.

    This isn’t an instance of being “triggered”. He was just looking for an excuse to screech bloody murder at someone – anyone – over nothing. He was so obvious about it that it was ridiculous – screeching like a whore that didn’t get paid! And he’s a lying sack of dead crabs and assfishes, too, on top of all of it.

    I hope someone finds him and tells him in plain English to stop it, or face the consequences.

  28. Skippy says:

    Shit💩 Bird 🦅

  29. Green Thumb says:

    Two-Hole Warrior.


  30. OldManchu says:

    So wearing camouflage equals stolen valor and allows someone to yell at you?

    Bitch, come to Texas on opening day of archery deer season in October and yell at a mother fucker. See what happens.

  31. Mark Lauer says:

    The guy is wearing a camouflage tee-shirt, and THAT qualifies as “Stolen Valor”????

    That clown not only isn’t a Marine, but he doesn’t have the first fucking CLUE as to what the fuck he was talking about.

  32. thebesig says:

    Originally posted by Gary Lee Lawson:

    A fake veteran now? The T-publicans are going too far.

    “We’ve been trying to find some active duty service for him all week, and we turned up nothing.” – Jonn Lilyea

    That eliminates one way that Alex Wolpert, phony Marine, phony Veteran, could be considered a “veteran”. Absent any qualifying active duty time, the other way he could be considered one is by having enough time, in the reserve, to qualify for the 20 year letter.

    If he graduated in 2003, that would be challenging to argue.

  33. Jarhead says:

    Just now figured out what had been bothering me about this video. Click on it, right at the .20 mark, check out this cowboy’s Bad Ass Barney tennis shoes. Good thing the Laotian guy didn’t get his ass kicked by such dangerous clod hoppers. Any adult male that would wear those out in public absolutely MUST be a professional penis puffer! Post Traumatic Sucking Disorder.

  34. mr. sharkman says:

    What a shitbag.

    Especially because every Vietnamese and Laotian who fought alongside US forces are humble and quiet as a rule, and tremendously grateful to the USA for giving them a 2d life.

    I was on a cruise years ago. Sitting next to me on an excursion bus was a slightly built, but elegantly dressed Vietnamese man, along with his similarly stylish wife. We struck up a conversation – sort of – his wife spoke fluent English but he did not. It came out that he was a Vietnamese Army/Infantry Officer who was captured and put in a camp at the wars’ end. He somehow survived and after 10 years he was released and made his way to the USA where his wife had been waiting. As I was learning about his history and began checking him for scars and sure enough – there they were. Both torture scars and at least 2 nasty gunshot wounds. He’d been through hell a few times, but when I relayed to him (through his wife) that my dad had served in Vietnam and held RVN Infantry that he advised in high regard, he really opened up (as much as he could). I told him I owed him a cold beer (Red Stripe, we were in Jamaica) as soon as the bus stopped. He reluctantly agreed. He he found out I was ‘American LLDN’ it was all I could do to thwart him from buying me 20 beers and 20 shots.

    The bus stopped at the base of a river with some impressive waterfalls up slope of our position. They were going to be hiking across a swift river a number of times, sometimes right above a serious waterfall.

    I looked at his attire and noticed he was wearing ~$200 patent leather loafers. The soles would instantly become slippery as fish on the first river crossing.

    His shoe size had to be a 7 at best. He was a tiny dude.

    I was wearing size 12 Tevas that had been all over the world.

    I’d done ‘the waterfall hike’ a number of times. My RVN Infantry Officer buddy had no idea what he was getting into.

    So…I gave him my Tevas for the hike. With all the straps cinched as tight as I could make them, the Tevas barely worked for walking for him. As long as he walked slow.

    I went barefoot over by the band and the bar, ordered a couple of beers and sat down for a couple of hours of cold beer and live Reggae. My cousin and her boys linked up with the Vietnamese couple and off they went.

    The band saw what I did and made it so I couldn’t pay for a single beer.

    A few hours they all came back, soaking wet and spent.

    The Vietnamese couple insisted on being our dinner partners for the rest of the cruise.

    We exchanged addresses and phone #s at the end of the cruise.

    To this day, every Christmas his wife sends us a couple of trays of home-baked goodies. The first Christmas he included a picture of him hiking the mid-CA coastline in his own set of brand new and correctly sized Tevas. 😉

    As far as humility and gratitude goes, that Vietnamese couple were far from exceptional, according to my dad.

    So yeah, fuck this guy.

  35. 26Limabeans says:

    If want to know about Laos and the Vietnam War
    I suggest reading:
    Jane Hamilton-Merritt ISBN 0-253-32731-8

    Good reference for when the missing are found.

  36. sbalm says:

    From someone that worked with Alex Wolpert.

  37. sbalm says:

    Alex Wolpert does have a Facebook page. First name on the profile is his last name spelled backwards.

  38. OWB says:

    Apparently this jerk habitually refuses to filter what comes out of his mouth. Why no one corrected him before now makes no sense. Maybe he just isn’t trainable.

    Stay away from people, Alex Wolpert. We’ll let you know if/when someone worthy of your brand of lunacy comes along. You might want to find a nice comfy basement somewhere to stay in until that day comes.

  39. 11 Bravo says:

    Ass hamster.

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