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What I SAID, liar, was that a hit with a

a 22 MIGHT well not be better than a miss with a .44. MANY a .22 user has been maimed or killed by the man he hit with his little pipsqueak round, and MANY a man has had his mind changed about attacking a .44 or similar gun holder, when the blast and flash just BARELY missed his face. Looks like you didn't learn jack <font color=red>[**censored**]</font> about parole in 23 years, cause what I said is the FACTS,punk. I aint giving you ANYTHING, punk. No I did not EVER claim to have served in Nam, and Many here know very well that that's the FACTS
 

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that's right, altho my name is a pretty

common one, even with the middle initial. I was getting mail intended for another guy with the same middle initial and name, when the Feds had less than 100,000 inmates. When I was in TX, Ft Worth-Dallas phone book 1980, had 5 pages of guys with my name, and 3 had the same middle initial, and my number was unlisted. :)

If you want to bitch to the Army about the poor quality printing on my DD214, be my guest, but I never bothered to alter it one bit.
 

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Terry, actually, since his info is public record, it shouldn't be too difficult for you to dig up.

Start with http://www.bop.gov/ go to the inmate locator, and give 'em Goonkid's name. Gives enough to track his record.
Actually, it's not that important to me. If I believed half of what he said I would make a quick phone call to my friends in the U.S. Marshall's Service and John would get a very bad wake up call. Keep calling me names, John, my patience does have a limit.
 

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Re: that's right, altho my name is a pretty

223 fan said:
common one, even with the middle initial. I was getting mail intended for another guy with the same middle initial and name, when the Feds had less than 100,000 inmates. When I was in TX, Ft Worth-Dallas phone book 1980, had 5 pages of guys with my name, and 3 had the same middle initial, and my number was unlisted. :)

If you want to bitch to the Army about the poor quality printing on my DD214, be my guest, but I never bothered to alter it one bit.
Army? You said you were in the AIr Force. What unit of the Army, Company, Battalion, Division? Rank, MOS, Where did you train? What weapons did a canine handler carry?
 

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LOL, all he did was beat up his dogs, literally. Didn't need weapons because he was taught the most lethal of the martial arts, Toe Dun Gon, by his Korean instructor who only spoke Japanese. Skills he subsequently used on his dog.
 

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There is a rather interesting article on the web by FBI Special Agent John M. Davis concerning passport fraud and forgery. It's a good read, I recommend it.
 

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MORE proof u can't READ. I was never

in the Air Force,never said so. Probably some clown CLAIMING to be me, which DOES happen. Usually its Garand or Hard Rock or Aslan, being their typical asshole selves. I was in the 2/44th ADA, based out of K6, Camp Humphries, D battery. MOS was 95C, I took MP training at Fort Gordon, GA, BASIC at Ft LeonardWood, MO. I was Spec 4 in 7 months, was offered E5 at 19 months, right before I ETSed. What''s it to you, anyway, dumbass?
 

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How short was your "enlistment"?. I see 19mo, but didnt think they ran that short. ADA is Air Defense Artillery for the civilians in the audience, and it also stands for A Different Army which is a more accurate description. I was under the impression that M.P. training had been done at Ft McClellan Al, and I know for a fact that "Dog Handlers" of all services go to AFB Lackland Tx. I used to play OPFOR against the M.P. basic, BNOC, ANNOC and Chemical basic, BNOC, ANNOC at Ft Mc Muffin, and had a pretty good time doing it.
Please forgive the typing.
 

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Re: MORE proof u can't READ. I was never

223 fan said:
in the Air Force,never said so. Probably some clown CLAIMING to be me, which DOES happen. Usually its Garand or Hard Rock or Aslan, being their typical asshole selves. I was in the 2/44th ADA, based out of K6, Camp Humphries, D battery. MOS was 95C, I took MP training at Fort Gordon, GA, BASIC at Ft LeonardWood, MO. I was Spec 4 in 7 months, was offered E5 at 19 months, right before I ETSed. What''s it to you, anyway, dumbass?
Gosh Johnny! you finally admitted that we are different people!

but I thought we were all JJ?

Please show where any of us ever claimed to be you?

Unlike you, I have only used a single name (the same name) at all the sites I go to. Of course, I don't have the problem of being banned at every site either.

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How short was your "enlistment"?. I see 19mo, but didnt think they ran that short. ADA is Air Defense Artillery for the civilians in the audience, and it also stands for A Different Army which is a more accurate description. I was under the impression that M.P. training had been done at Ft McClellan Al, and I know for a fact that "Dog Handlers" of all services go to AFB Lackland Tx. I used to play OPFOR against the M.P. basic, BNOC, ANNOC and Chemical basic, BNOC, ANNOC at Ft Mc Muffin, and had a pretty good time doing it.
Please forgive the typing.
RA, Unassigned enlistments were for 24 Months, not 19. RA Assigned enlistments were for 36 months. The difference being that you were (supposedly) guranteed the Military Occupational Specialty that you enlisted for. There is an MP school at Ft. Gordon, but it does not have a Canine Handling Unit. MP's are assigned to MP Companies and attached to other organic units; 291st MP Company assigned to the 1st Infantry Division, etc. Individual MP's are not assigned to Air Defenses Battalions and a Canine Unit would never be assigned to the battalion level on a permanent basis. Brigade, maybe, battalion, no. Look at an Army TO&E (table of Organization and Equipment) and you'll see Canine Units are "movable assets" like helicopters or armored vehicles. "Owned" by the parent unit to be doled out as needed. In short, if John had been a Canine Handler his parent unit would have been an MP Company, not an ADA Battalion.
 

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No actually I think it was at Ft. Gordon GA for awhile before the newer facilities at McClellan were done. How ever back in the 90's a 95C was corrections, we had those in our training Co.; they just went to different classes at certain phases.

Halfelf- I was a 95B that was trained at McMuffin. Spring of '93 A-795 for combined basic and AIT. What times were you there?
 

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I was there from Sep91-Jun93, reported there with 365th trans straight from Desert Storm, until I PCSed to Beuatiffull down town Yongsan ROK deep in the heart of Seoul. I was part of the dedicated OPFOR that was informally ran 4 active duty units, and each one supplied a group 1 week a month, had a pretty good time.
 

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JD was in the Army 30 years ago. Things change over time. A while back someone posted his DD214 so I took a look at it, since there has been so much yelling back and forth.

Early Separation of Overseas Returnees
SEC VII CHAPTER 5 AR635-200 6PN 411

Dates of enlistment 2Jul72 - 19Apr73

Last Duty Assignment and Major Command: BTRY D 2BN 44th ADA EUSA

He was also rated as 'expert' on the M-16 and grenades.

His re-enlistment code was 1B.

A much older buddy of mine who saw a lot of action in the late 1960's and 1970's once made his views known about guys who got transferred to places other than combat zones during Vietnam. Someone else had made a derogatory comment about a Marine who had gotten fleet duty in the Med instead of orders to RVN.

He basically said that your final assignment was often like a game of roulette and your final destination was often none of your choice, being a regular enlisted guy.

If you got transferred to Vietnam, then you went to Vietnam. If you got transferred to to the Med, then hey, cool, way to go, at least he showed up, which is something many others didn't, like Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld, for instance.

If you get transferred to Korea, then you are under the gun because a fresh Korean War has been on the brink many times. During the Cold War, just being the in the military meant you were by default nuclear cannon fodder.

IMHO, whether you were a cook, EOD, SF, refueled planes on a carrier deck, at least you served. You worked hellacious hours for low pay, put up with a lot of cr^p for the good of the country, and you took your chances.

Lots of people get killed all of the time in the military, even in peace time. The US military is, by default, a hazardous outfit to be a member of in almost any capacity.

The lowliest deck scrubber on the USS Thresher died just as violently and became just as dead as the captain and weapon specialists, and that was just a test, no warzone, no combat.

To slam JD just because some clerk at the Pentagon changed his orders at the last minute, sending him to Korea, instead of Vietnam (which he was enroute to) is to slam all of the guys who showed up when called instead of hiding in college or running off to Canada or Europe.

If your service was honorable, fine. However, what you do after your service is a separate issue. Like they say, one "oh sh^t" can de-rail a thousand "atta boy's".
 

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Your absolutely right, mrostov, whatever his fabrications, at least he showed up.
 

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Half elf said:
I was there from Sep91-Jun93, reported there with 365th trans straight from Desert Storm, until I PCSed to Beuatiffull down town Yongsan ROK deep in the heart of Seoul. I was part of the dedicated OPFOR that was informally ran 4 active duty units, and each one supplied a group 1 week a month, had a pretty good time.
Well heck we were there around the same time then. A shame they closed down the MP school there and moved it to Ft. Lost-in-the-woods.
 
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Camp humphries huh..

If you were there, and mind you I spent 9 years in korea, 5 of which were at humphries, you'll know the real name of the town right off base as well as the common name that many call it but isn't quite true.

So what is it melvin?
 
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