This Soldier was asked by two NCOs to fix his pants. The Soldier claimed to not be a Soldier, but he was at a military clothing looking to purchase the new PTs. He was very disrespectful and not receptive of the orders. What else would you suggest if he refuses to give his command's or his personal information?
Posted >1 y ago
Well, if he was merely in the food court looking to buy an Icee, I would await the arrival of the Courtesy Patrol, then I'd dime him out and enjoy the show, if he was that much of a douche nozzle. However, since he's at a Clothing & Sales, claiming to not be a Soldier, attempting to purchase items intended exclusively for the wear and use by Soldiers in the execution of their assigned missions, now we have ourselves a horse of an entirely different color. Given today's treat environment, we cannot afford to take chances. I would immediately contact post MP, and keep eyes-on until they arrived on scene. If the subject were to leave, I would collect as much detailed info about the individual as possible. Height, weight, hair, eyes, clothing, car, license plate #, etc. Was he alone or accompanied; everything I could I get, I would. There are just too many lapses in security sometimes. Who knows, this may be a dry-run for something far more severe. If you see something, say something!
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