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"CPT" William James Clark=Liar! Special forces, Ranger, 2 star combat infantry badge

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Old 08-10-2010, 08:49 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
Hey Jack, It would appear we have our next contestant for "In the Woods with IGETEVEN"

What a complete POS. Has already served time for impersonation of an officer and is still doing it?

Anyone know where this guy is now so we can get the word out?
We have intel over at "QP" we are waiting for the POS to rear his head somewhere else. Intel says he may be heading back toward my neck of the woods or Missouri. Damn near every military post in the U. S. have POI alerts out on him.

I could be so lucky to run into this POS, I got a nice quiet spot all picked out for him...uh, I mean to have a talk, yea, that's it.


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Old 08-10-2010, 08:50 PM   #12
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So this guy lives in Missouri? I'll keep my eyes out for him. I SWEAR i've seen that car before.

BTW, I hope he cried and begged when you confronted him. I may not have served, but I think I can say confidently that this guy is a(n) "insert expletive here"
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Old 08-10-2010, 10:30 PM   #13
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This guy is seriously deranged, if he wants be Army SF then sign his fat ass up and he can do solo recon in the sandbox!

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Old 08-11-2010, 12:02 AM   #14
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oops dont think this was in the post. This happened in Alaska. This the spreading around the internet fast.
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Old 08-11-2010, 12:02 AM   #15
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Is this person mantally handicapped? How could anyone believe that that tub-O-lard is on any type of pt program much less in the elite physical shape of our SF. What a washout, but I bet he can't even be called that, lock him up for good.
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Old 08-11-2010, 05:08 AM   #16
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Way back when I lived across the street from the JFKSWC, across Gruber on Smokebomb hill. Being a 'soft skills' Airborne Troop, they used to grab us for the last two weeks of SF school. A trip labeled 'Robin Sage' (although I'm not sure why.) This op took place in the Uwharrie Nat'l Forest. The Discovery channel did a brief show about this, the 'Gs in Pineland' at the end of SF training.

I can peal the best of these guys off the wall (they think they are a kick ass poster). Something about the facts is tough for these 'holes to handle.

Training as serious as those guys go through changes their persona. They all have a nature and a way they carry themselves that can not be faked.

Kudos for called this 'bag. I'd love to question him about his training history. My guess is he couldn't convince me he finished Jump School.
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Old 08-11-2010, 09:03 AM   #17
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When I first entered service the judges in civilian courts some times would give a law breaker the choice to join the Army or go to jail. I think they should give this POS the same choice
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That ol' boy's a little too big to be in the Army at all, much less Special Forces.
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If they can catch this fat sucker, they should take him to Ft. Bragg and put him in the stockade there. He'll probably enjoy himself in there.

There should be no mercy for losers like this. They give a bad name to soldiers everywhere.

By the way, I forwarded the original link, including the goof-ball's pictures, to a retired SF SGM friend of mine out in California. He has the entire SF Organzition looking for this guy. They wish to speak to him about his qualifications and have a "special mission" they want him to go on with them.
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Back about a million years ago(viet nam era)you wouldn't believe the # of 'snipers','special forces','airborne',and 'recon' vets we had!

When I was in,it took 9 soldiers to support 1 combat soldier. For each one in combat,9 were 'in the rear with the gear' (and didn't see combat)

There has been a LOT of war stories, even by soldiers. The vets that know despise them and non vets that don't know don't care.

Don't know how it is these days.
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