Fake “Special Operations” SFC busted at car wash


A veteran who was washing his car at a SpeedWash in Victorville, CA confronts a man in an Army Uniform with facial hair that is out of regulation .


Stolen Valor

 

The veteran approaches the man and asks him what his MOS is, he responds, “I have multiple MOS”.  He continued to say he is “Special Operations”; then recants and says he was civil affairs.

The perpetrator wearing a 550 cord bracelet and a memorial bracelet.
The perpetrator wearing a 550 cord bracelet and a memorial bracelet.

When asked what his rank was when he retired he pauses for a while and then points at his dash, where there is a SFC rank sticker, and says “Seven.”

SFC rank on dash

The perpetrator goes on to say that being recorded “will not stop me [from wearing the uniform].”  “You can buy these [ACUs] anywhere…”

After seeing his Operation Iraqi Freedom bumper sticker, the veteran asks him when he went to Iraq.  The perpetrator simply replies, “It’s none of your business.”

Iraq Bumber Sticker copy

Anyone who served knows a retired platoon sergeant would not be going to the car wash in ACU’s.  In the off chance a retired Sergeant First Class did decide to do that, he sure as hell would not let a former junior enlisted soldier call him a “Sh*t bag!”

 

 

 

 

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