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LCDR Sales & Proposals Manager Gas Turbine Products
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While "fakers" repulse me, and "takers" infuriate me...I can see instances where making the Stolen Valor itself a crime could be more complicated than simply allowing stupidity to cast it's own shadow. However, I do think it would be appropriate to charge one of these jokers for fraud if they so much as try and get a free steak dinner.
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SSG(P) Patient Service Tech
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Well, if that is the case, then I will certainly express my Freedom of Speech by publicly calling them out and let the public around us to know that they are faking and looking like idiots.
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GySgt John Olson - Oh, I will certainly be a hand off kind of guy. Can't say I wont point and laugh as I am calling them out though.
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SrA Jared Hall
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Most of them are already doing a fantastic job of making fools of themselves
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SrA Karla Kiser
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I just don't understand how this is not a crime.....like the post states, it is illegal to impersonate an office, why is it not illegal to impersonate a military member to receive free stuff? I applaud those who approach them and video the conversations, only to blast it on social media in hopes of discouraging them from continuing their charade!
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SrA Jared Hall
SrA Jared Hall
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Impersonating an officer is more because of the authority they posses as a Law Enforcement Officer. Military personnel rarely, if ever, posses that same authority in the civilian sector.
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