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Old 6 January 2017, 12:53
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I was a 2T2,air transportation specialists for 2 years and then I was a 1T2x1, Pararescue for 6.I was in for 8 years but sadly I discharged general under honorable due to questioning my commander's orders. Also how I learned a valuable life lesson.

I was in the 633 AMSS out of Kadena.
Here's a full pic of this worm and his claims. He continues to whine, but he's taken down this image. I cropped out the woman, even though he blamed her for the jacked up uniform.

I didn't tell him any specifics about how his costume is jacked up, I didn't want to assist.
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Old 6 January 2017, 13:20
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ROFL, If Pararescue why is he wearing the Combat Control beret flash device on his service uniform jacket? BTW 1T2x1 is the enlisted Pararecue AFSC (MOS) and it is not a commissioned officer AFSC (MOS).

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Old 6 January 2017, 14:46
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Old 6 January 2017, 16:43
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I appreciate the not wanting to help him out in the future. Needless to say, this guy is fucked up like polio.
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Old 6 January 2017, 16:47
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Dustin Temple, Matthew Greiner and Goodie Goodman. Three good guys to have with you for a drive in the desert.
I didnt mean to insult anyone. Just inner-service rivalry thing. No doubt the AF has as many badasses as any other service.
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Old 6 January 2017, 16:58
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As for this dud, interesting his uni is baggy on him, yet he is fat!
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Old 6 January 2017, 18:26
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Anything that joker would have to say would be questionable. I have never seen a shirt look like that from our old light blue shirt to the ones i see almost every duty day. It has been awhile since i have been around anyone active Air Force with Master Jump Wings, Is that even possible in <6 years? 8 years 2 Traffic and 6 something else does not add up to 8 for tech school and specialty levels.
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Old 6 January 2017, 19:23
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The colors have been played with in that photo, but that wouldn't account for the white collar on the blue shirt. That's just weird.
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Old 6 January 2017, 19:38
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A little extra I just noticed, he's missing his battle of Lackland ribbon.

For those non-AF rated folks that don't know, that's the BMT/OCS/ROTC commissioning ribbon.
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Old 6 January 2017, 20:34
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When you are wearing the jacket, look down on the ribbons and wing, yep they're right!
Cool shirt...
I had a student at the communications school that was prior-service Air Force. We had a company commander's uniform inspection scheduled one Friday, so on Thursday night, during barracks field day, I had all the Marines in my class hang their uniforms on their lockers so I could look at them as I walked through checking the barracks. My former service student proudly had his five ribbons (it was 1993...) placed on his shirt, 1/8th of an inch above the pocket, centered, etc; but it took me a few minutes to realize he had them pinned to the wrong side of his shirt. One of those so basic mistakes it takes a while to realize it's wrong. His defense was they WERE on the left side; as you looked at the shirt on the hangar...
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Old 11 January 2017, 14:57
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One must wonder why these assclowns continue to attempt their chicanery without even applying a modicum of google-fu. Honestly, many of them I have seen in stolen valor vids are clearly mentally ill.
Now that I think about it.....

never mind.
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Old 12 January 2017, 15:30
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When you are wearing the jacket, look down on the ribbons and wing, yep they're right!
Cool shirt...
I was thinking it was one of those tricks of the camera, where everything is reversed.

As bad as that guy is, I still think this fellow outdid him in terms of uniform accoutrements and just overall clownishness of his uniform choices.

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Old 28 January 2017, 06:20
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As for this dud, interesting his uni is baggy on him, yet he is fat!
I have the same problem when I buy my poser gear at Salvation Army...
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Old 28 January 2017, 20:49
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I was thinking it was one of those tricks of the camera, where everything is reversed.

As bad as that guy is, I still think this fellow outdid him in terms of uniform accoutrements and just overall clownishness of his uniform choices.


LOL! My old man flew 86's in Korea, 100's and F4's in Vietnam. Then was one of the first checked out in an F-15 at Luke in 1972. He never had that kind of bling.
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Dude is messed up like a football bat.
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Old 9 February 2017, 13:12
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If I recall, the rocket scientist in this picture is actually standing in the day room of an Army basic training battalion at Benning. He showed up to see a friend graduate.

Talk about a blue falcon! Yes Drill Sarrrrrgnt, he is my best friend from home!!
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