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Old 4 March 2016, 11:25
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Couple points-
You failed to comply with the directions received when you joined.

You have no background to decide who is deserving of the term operator.

With that in mind, please post an introduction in the appropriate area, that describes who your background before you post again.

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Old 4 March 2016, 11:37
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Doc Hall,

After you comply with SB, just WONDERING why "Doc" is in your NAME? Nothing in your profile mentions medical background.
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Old 4 March 2016, 11:56
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For anyone who wants to read and comprehend this? ...
Speaking of reading comprehension...

Go ahead and operate your way over to the Introduction thread, post one there, as per SOCNET SOP, then continue to tell us about your company.

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Old 4 March 2016, 11:58
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Doc Hall,

After you comply with SB, just WONDERING why "Doc" is in your NAME? Nothing in your profile mentions medical background.
I think this is his LinkedIN.
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Old 4 March 2016, 13:06
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I think this is his LinkedIN.
I think you're right. Not seeing anything even remotely medical-related in there either.

Mr. Hall, if this is the case, I would ask that you request a User Name change as that term is historically reserved for courageous men serving as Navy Corpsmen, although it is often also applied to medics across all services/agencies in a respectful manner. (I can't see that you meet either of these criteria).
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Old 4 March 2016, 13:38
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A cop who thinks its cool to use the term "operator"? What a surprise....
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Old 4 March 2016, 17:46
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This is going to get really interesting really fast.
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Old 4 March 2016, 19:18
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At this posting, I have developed a TEAM of Recruiters and Admin and we just broke 411 vetted for this mission in Nigeria, at the time of deployment, we'll break 500 personnel, on the way to 600+.
Would love to hear what contract vehicle currently being executed in Nigeria calls for 600+ personnel (of any type..much less trainers or security personnel)... and who is the customer (Nigerian govt, US DoD, US DoS, etc..)... and where in Nigeria the work is to be executed...


Collecting resumes and vetting people isnt the same thing as having actual work that requires you to hire and deploy those people you have vetted...

My question is a simple one... Do you have a contract in hand that requires you to deploy 600+ people to Nigeria to do work of any kind?

Or are you just collecting resumes in hope of winning work? (Or in hope of selling resumes.. or in hope of scamming applicants.. or any other less than scrupulous activity)..
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First off I didn't select the acronym DOC, this was given to me in Bosnia and has followed me to Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan and to today, my son, an E-7 in the Army {SF} refers to me as DOC.
Let me explain, I was given this as I was in charge of operations, a doctor operators, a medic and a PA could be called a DOC, but not me, being in charge of operations my guys thought it was ok.

As a lifer LEO and then went OCONUS, I've been there, had trigger time and was injured twice in Iraq and once in Afghanistan. And yes this is documented by DoS and DoD.

For the unbeliever that doesn't deserve the title of OPERATOR, I was once a Drug Cop, and you can kiss my off white crack ass.

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Old 5 March 2016, 02:34
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Good luck with that attitude around here. I also guess they didn't teach you any reading skills during all that time as a bad-ass? You were asked direct questions, only one of which you addressed. If you were in the places you claim to have been, you obviously would understand the importance of earning the title "Doc."

Also, no, you're not an Operator. Neither am I. It's nothing to get all butt-hurt about.

You've provided everything I personally needed to know about SORTIE. Especially considering the representation that I am seeing here right now.

Any time you want to post your introduction as instructed, and then answer the questions that were directed at you...we'll be waiting.

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First off I didn't select the acronym DOC, this was given to me in Bosnia and has followed me to Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan and to today, my son, an E-7 in the Army {SF} refers to me as DOC.
Let me explain, I was given this as I was in charge of operations, a doctor operators, a medic and a PA could be called a DOC, but not me, being in charge of operations my guys thought it was ok.

As a lifer LEO and then went OCONUS, I've been there, had trigger time and was injured twice in Iraq and once in Afghanistan. And yes this is documented by DoS and DoD.

For the unbeliever that doesn't deserve the title of OPERATOR, I was once a Drug Cop, and you can kiss my off white crack ass.

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You have no dea how insulting you are.

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A little link analysis of LinkedIn

Look up

Rick Hall
Jim taylor
Lloyd sells
Joshua Mendoza
Neil Smith
Steven De Gracia

All connections w Sortie out of Houston Tx.
Website is
sortie-us.com
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First off I didn't select the acronym DOC, this was given to me in Bosnia and has followed me to Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan and to today, my son, an E-7 in the Army {SF} refers to me as DOC.
Let me explain, I was given this as I was in charge of operations, a doctor operators, a medic and a PA could be called a DOC, but not me, being in charge of operations my guys thought it was ok.

As a lifer LEO and then went OCONUS, I've been there, had trigger time and was injured twice in Iraq and once in Afghanistan. And yes this is documented by DoS and DoD.

For the unbeliever that doesn't deserve the title of OPERATOR, I was once a Drug Cop, and you can kiss my off white crack ass.

DOC Hall
Whoa! Drug cop. Ok that changes everything....

Trigger time, Lol.

Dude, you're full of it. You must think no one here can check your Linkedin claims or we care what you think.

Good luck getting your 600 "operators" I'm sure they're as qualified as you.

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Thought we'd keep him around a little longer to see what kind of web he would spin.
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post edited/deleted... reading is fundamental... I missed the fact that this momo has already been banned..
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First off I didn't select the acronym DOC, this was given to me in Bosnia and has followed me to Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan and to today, my son, an E-7 in the Army {SF} refers to me as DOC.
Let me explain, I was given this as I was in charge of operations, a doctor operators, a medic and a PA could be called a DOC, but not me, being in charge of operations my guys thought it was ok.

As a lifer LEO and then went OCONUS, I've been there, had trigger time and was injured twice in Iraq and once in Afghanistan. And yes this is documented by DoS and DoD.

For the unbeliever that doesn't deserve the title of OPERATOR, I was once a Drug Cop, and you can kiss my off white crack ass.

DOC Hall
Oh, you're so lucky that I missed this homosexuality before you got banned. The only thing you know how to "operate" is no doubt your CPAP machine.
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I feel sorry for his "son, an E-7 in the Army {SF}," if that is in fact true.
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Old 5 March 2016, 12:26
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I was called "Doc" in high school", perhaps because of all the pharmaceuticals I experimented with, later in life I was called "lap dance but I can't figure that one out.
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Old 5 March 2016, 16:55
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Was offered a position in Nigeria by this company. Just wanted to check if anyone has ever heard of them or worked for them. They offered a pay advance up to 50% of salary at $175K on a 90/60 rotation.

http://sortie-us.com/
I feel ashamed for even considering this position...thank you all for the clarifications...*slaps forehead*
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I was called "Doc" in high school", perhaps because of all the pharmaceuticals I experimented with
Yeah but you were getting your pre-reqs out of the way in a full-immersion "explorer program" enroute to becoming the real deal.
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