Posted on Jan 8, 2021
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For the Air Force combat veteran who was killed during the protest/riot, what is the appropriate response from current uniformed soldiers, and is there any policy regarding this? Also, will she receive or be eligible for military funeral honors?
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You mean the traitor who was killed while engaged in a failed act of sedition, i.e. staging a coup? Posthumous dishonorable discharge seems appropriate.
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SPC Kevin Moon
SPC Kevin Moon
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SPC Kevin Moon my mistake it is supposed to say why do you instead of I do
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Sgt Greg Brown
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You need to be more current on "current events". The FBI has found NO EVIDENCE" that this was sedition. Besides she was NOT armed and was shot by a COWARD!
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CW2 Michael MacInerney
CW2 Michael MacInerney
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So sad it has come to this for some.
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CW2 Michael MacInerney
CW2 Michael MacInerney
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A new story now? Lynching the VP? I did see the reports of the BLM and Antifa members also inside the Capital building. Should I also assume they were there to incite some to lynch the politicians, to entrap others to force confrontation and shootings of the unarmed protesters? If you are out for political revenge you act accordingly. How many Antifa and BLM rioters were shot by police last year? Hmmm, your opinion seems a little off the mark here. I was enlisted and most of the people I served with were never in a bar fight so I cannot vouch on any similarities to protesting and being later an officer it was pretty boring at the O club.I do not know you so I make no judgement on your loyalties, and you did not know Babbitt.PFC Andy Sanford
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SGM Bill Frazer
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1. Regardless the circumstances of her death, what is the problem, We lose a sister who served honorably. 2. Since she was nor and can not be tried with any offense, then she would indeed by eligible for all military honors. 3. Hell fire kid, we don't even have a good read on what happened yet, except she was inside,in the wrong.
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SFC (Join to see) - Hey dumba**, This was a human being. If you had any convictions about what happened, real or perceived. The logically thing to do was for Congress, after confirming the President, call for an investigation of The Who what where and why, then hash out and institute laws to straighten out the error. Politics and the media muddied the thing until no one knew what happened. Just so you know on June 16, 1919, Chesty Puller was appointed second lieutenant in the Reserve, LT AudiE Murphy was a National Guardsmen as were the bulk of the Soldiers who have fought every war since the Revolution. Point in fact the Revolution was fought by only the militia (National Guard) against professional Soldiers. Reservists & National Guard make up the bulk of the Army and those who await the call, having to balance their military obligations with the civilian career. You have the luxury of knowing Have a stable job, safe in the knowledge that you wouldn’t be fired at the drop of a hat. She did her time, what happened after has no effect on that. And just to rub it in, she is eligible to be interned at Arlington or other National cemeteries around the US.
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Oh and I do not condone those who did damage to Our Capital or injuring the Police or anyone else.
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SFC (Join to see) - No one said she wasn't human. Traitors, insurrections and all kinds of other people are human beings as well. Benedict Arnold was human. Doesn't make her any less of a piece of shit.
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And you think you are worthy !?!?
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However you want to respond. In my opinion, play stupid games...

Why wouldn't she be eligible for military honors? Was she dishonorably discharged? If not, then she'll get military honors if she's eligible.
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PO1 Charles Smith
PO1 Charles Smith
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SSgt William (Bill) Pangrass - It seems you have no idea of how trauma can affect people. please address this ignorance before commenting on it.
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SSgt William (Bill) Pangrass
SSgt William (Bill) Pangrass
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I know very well about trauma (psychology degree, training & experience) & I know that if you’re traumatized you don’t have to read it , you know it. You may not speak eloquently, but you don’t have to have a pre written script. I don’t call names, BUT I always wonder about people that can’t present a point without insulting someone.
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SSgt Tom Neven
SSgt Tom Neven
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SMSgt Philip Kluberdanz - She was at the head of a mob that was attempting to break into the chambers of the House, where all the representatives were gathered, one short hallway away. She defied numerous orders to back off and was in the process of climbing through a window that had just been shattered by that mob. The officer showed remarkable trigger discipline in not shooting her earlier.
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SMSgt Philip Kluberdanz
SMSgt Philip Kluberdanz
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You’re unfamiliar with “trigger discipline”; video shows the cop (who had previously left his duty weapon in a public bathroom) had his booger hook on the bang switch long before he acquired a target. When I was in the military and when I was a cop we were taught field of fire and trigger discipline. This guy gets a zero on both.
He also shot someone (I’m 99% sure he fired out of fear and confusion) without determining if she was a threat.
If an unarmed petite white woman puts him in fear for his life, he’s got no business being a cop.
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