“Specialist” confronted for Stolen Valor says he uses the uniform to stay hidden because he’s homeless

A man wearing full military uniform was called out for stolen valor, only to later claim the use of OCP camo was to keep him safe while he slept in the woods.

The man, who claims he’s homeless and living in the forests located in Columbus, Ohio, was confronted by “TOP DOG KYLE” of YouTube.

Kyle told him that veterans would beat him up if they saw him wearing full uniform (pants, blouse, sergeant’s rank and hat).

The homeless man said he had no problem taking on anyone who opposed him, and stated that a prior-service individual had given him the uniforms as they dry easily and keep him warm.

“I can fight,” he said. “Very well.”

The man admitted that he knew stolen valor would be an issue, but that the uniforms keep him well hidden.

“I move around in the woods,” he said. “I don’t want people seeing me.”

The homeless “Specialist Addis” then said that if he had money, he would gladly buy a non-US uniform from Cousin’s Army-Navy supply store, located in Columbus.

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  • Michael Swaney

    Michael is an Army veteran and the Director of Content for Bright Mountain Media LLC

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