Posted on Apr 16, 2019
SFC Gary Stanfill
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Should I say some thing to him....It bugs the heck out of me seeing him with a Goat tee and in full dress greens......?????????
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SSgt Joseph Baptist
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How about saying "Thank you for your service"?
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SFC Larry Jacobs - IF he meets the grooming standards to do so...look up th ereg
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A1C Joseph Harty
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Whew, with a tie too? He is a civilian now Larry, nothing military applies to civilians Larry, how can you not know that?
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COL Guam Vet
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A1C Joseph Harty - You're dead wrong, buddy. Retired officers remain officers as long as they are receiving retirement pay. They can be reactivated and can be subject to the UCMJ.
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SSG Ted Seal
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Brother Joseph, I concur, he's done his time, and desires our respect. GOD Bless
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SFC George Smith
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If he is retired You cant say any thing...… other than I'm an Idiot...
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doesn't matter, we were able to have beards back in the 80's. they don't allow now but maybe when he was in.
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SGT Philip Adam
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1stSgt Nelson Kerr - Your wife still out ranks you
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1stSgt Nelson Kerr
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1SG John Millan - The US code says nothing about grooming in uniform when not on active duty, and UCMJ and Regulations are not relevant to a civilian
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SGT Eric Deyo
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I'm surprised that an E-7 would be posting to this forum asking how to handle a situation like that. And E-3, yeah but not an E-7.
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Edited 10 mo ago
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A1C Joseph Harty
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SGT (Join to see) - My thinking is your not military, retired or not. Many of the questions thrown up here are so silly a 12 year old girl in private school could answers:) Then thire is the suspicion you work for some someone with a political agenda that would end every request with blank spaces. Personally I never respond to surveys or unknown sources, because thire is no validity from inanimate objects. Sorry if it sounds like I don't trust unnamed sources. Only come to this site to hear veterans opinions on issues relating to service time.
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Hi joe. I definitely appreciate *your feedback. It’s as well thought out as it is written. That stated, I’ll give you a chance to answer the same.
“One of these days, one of you guys will have to explain why any disagreement from someone with a private profile is usually met with insults about anonymity. It really doesn’t make any sense. As though listing a name is somehow courageous. Or makes an opinion any more valid.“ I doubt, though, you’ll give a reasonable, or correctly spelled, answer.

“Personally I never respond to surveys or unknown sources..” —You.
Yet, you did. I hope you realize that your response sort of takes away from your credibility. Just saying..
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SPC Darren Coffenberry
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SGT (Join to see) - Just cite the f#cking regulation in AR 670-1, simple as that, no name. Also i don't acknowledge you as a real serviceperson as you don't have a name. For all i know you could be a bot. Which at this point with your inane ramblings i would almost be certain of it. Take care, no name!
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Respectfully, you really need to reread this entire thread. You’ve missed the entire point of it. While I’m sure there are a handful of folks that care about your important acknowledgments, I’m not one of them.
And while I’m certainly not a bot, maybe you could explain how a bad photo and name somehow make your opinion any more valid? You could just as easily be a bot. Your ideas have no insight, you’ve repeatedly provided insults, you repeatedly avoid answering the same question. Frankly, that’s very ‘botlike’ behavior.

But hey, I’ll recap it for you. Yes, retirees are subject to UCMJ. No, a retiree isn’t going to be UCMJ’d for a uniform violation. Reread the entire thread. You’ll see I’ve already stated as such.

Now maybe you could take a crack at those questions I asked you!
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