Posted on Aug 25, 2016
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What would you do if some loud-mouth moron tried to publicly "out" you for "Stolen Valor" because they didn't believe you ever served?
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COL Mikel Burroughs
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PO1 (Join to see) I'd walk away - I don't have anything to prove to anyone about my accomplishments, medals, or awards. My integrity is intact and I won't let some idiot provoke me into rearranging their face. I'm retired and those are part of my family now and will be handed down to my daughters and their family when I'm dead and gone, along with the DD Form 214 that authorizes all of them! End of story!
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SPC Tobor Dabot
SPC Tobor Dabot
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i dont go out parading my military time in public im just an ordinary joe just a little more GI than others
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PO2 David Welch
PO2 David Welch
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Why not ask to have a drink with you and make this a learning experience for him or her so they do not do this again. as you would vet the person first....
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CW4 Robert C.
CW4 Robert C.
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Honestly I don't know what I would do. I am usually the one who blows his lid when accused of something that I know I did not do. But as I get older and I love all my Military Family Members, I mean all branches of service, I would not want to tarnish what others are still earning and still representing. So I would like to say I would walk away and represent all of our branches, but at the same time, I don't take kindly to people accusing me of something that I know I earned. So who knows, but to make sure just in case I don't do the right thing, Can anyone help me with bail money??
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SFC Dagmar Riley
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PO1 (Join to see)i have nothing to proof, so I’d just walk away. If the person keeps pursuing it or threatens me, I’d just reply with “sue me” and continue walking away. Not worth getting into an argument with anyone; life’s to short.
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CSM Richard StCyr
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Poke them in the eye with my DD214 and give 'em a paper cut with my Blue ID card.
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A1C Lisa Casserly
A1C Lisa Casserly
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Laughing. Awesome. I love people with a smart mouth. (and then I had kids... )
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CW3 Dan Mackey
CW3 Dan Mackey
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LOL I'm to fat to wear my uniform now... I did have someone question my ranger tab because I didn't know what Ranger panties were. A few indisputable facts from school and the time before pt gear in our class we got shit because we got to run in running shoes and not boots. All worked out before third round of drinks so I didn't get peered out of the bar...
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CSM Richard StCyr
CSM Richard StCyr
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CW3 Dan Mackey - Chief, the 43rd Engineer barracks was just down the street from the Rangers at Benning , we used to run PT through Ranger land and sing un-complimentary cadences and the Ranger panties were one of the targets. Those were good days not to be the slow guy.
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Pull out my CAC and slap them in the face with it (no pun intended) #nosharp
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SSG Eddye Royal
SSG Eddye Royal
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I would walk away after I show my ID.
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LCDR Arthur Whittum
LCDR Arthur Whittum
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TSgt Ed Loomis - Interesting. My active duty ID was green, I think. But my first retired ID was no-frills black border. When the picture got severely out of date (no longer skinny, plus the picture had me looking like I was wearing sunglasses - my auto-dark lenses were staying dark after a few years in use), I requested a new one - it had blue all around. Guess the Coast Guard was finally catching up with the other services.
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SPC Kirk Ladd
SPC Kirk Ladd
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Hahahaha
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SPC Kirk Ladd
SPC Kirk Ladd
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On point
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