This is off topic, but I think a point should be made about the Federal Parole system. There is NO parole for a Federal crime committed after October 1, 1987. You do 85% of your sentence with "Good time" accrued. That's it. With "Bad Time" you do it all. "Good time" is awarded for behaviour in prison. If the Federal Crime was committed prior to Oct. 1, 1987, the old parole system would be in effect. To be on parole for 28 years is not only ludicrous, it is illegal. You cannot possess a firearm after a Federal Felony conviction for the rest of your life, without a Presidential Pardon. These pardons are about as likely as being knighted by the Queen of England. Also, a person born in 1959 would have served in Viet Nam as a 12 year old in 1971. I don't think even Air Force "dog handlers" were that young. Oh, and 95 Charlie is an Army MOS, (Military Policeman) not an Air Force Canine designation. I think you get my drift.