Stolen Valor

By: Nick0311/8531

A recent news story regarding a Fake Army Nurse( Vietnam and Iraq Wars) that stole a seat on an Honor Flight to Washington D.C. gave some one the idea to start a Dishonor Flight but there are certain criteria :
1) Must possess a forged or blurred ,in the proper spaces, DD-214 or claim that your records were destroyed in the 1973 fire at the NPRC. Note: a certified copy will not be accepted .
2)Must wear a leather vest with as many pins and,or patches that you can fit.
3)If you are wearing a ribbon stack or any medals they must be arranged out of order and any combat medals can not be DOD engraved.
4) Must have the proper Combat Veterans hat with the war of choice,even if you were to young or old at the time of conflict.
5) Must be able to tell at least one war story that can not be verified or that you were the lone survivor. Better if you were captured and escaped
6) If you require a service animal you must have the proper fake papers to be seated in first class
You can contact Juan A Bee at the dishonor flight HQ.

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26 comments


  • Paul 0311

    Hi ‘Stoney’ I agree with you about the PTSD I have been attending Veterans PTS groups for many years and have encounter more than a few that were involved with events other than combat (vehicle accidents, aviation accidents etc..) a lot of survivor guilt that can be very debilitating. I remember one guy (Motor T) that was ordered to dump his load of “av-gas ” in a village to help burn out the bad guys. i guess they were not all bad guys.. Also sexual trauma is really hard to deal with. So yes you don’t have to have been in combat to get help for PTS


  • Bill 0331

    I hear you TRA but I have been burned many times by “Wana-be’s wearing all that crap that i don’t even acknowledge them any more. If I see a person out and about wearing even just the hat I no longer go up to them and try to engage in conversation,its just not worth it. I choose to show my pride on Veterans Day,Memorial Day and of course “The Birthday”. Go to one of the many Stolen Valor web sites and look at all the photos of the outed stolen valor crowd and you will see what I mean The most are all decked out with all that stuff that can be bought any where (sorry grit) But, thats just my feeling on this. Bill 0331


  • Sgt. Steve

    Terry, I’m totally in agreement brother. This 84 year old lady must have some kind of mental deficiencies . Maybe it’s time for her family to step up to the plate and take Maggie on a tour to the local mental ward or retirement home and then lose her there. This lady is pathetic, so sad!
    SEMPER FI to all my real Marine Brothers!


  • TRA

    If you earned it. Be proud of it. I always show it. In the cover I wear, t-shirts, coats and vest. Once a Marine always a Marine. And I hear the same bs out there. But after twenty-four years in the Corps. I know “earned never given”. Semper Fi


  • Bob Mauney 1381

    Raymond….I was a Shore Party Man but drove a 6X on the daily convoy from Camp Evans to Phu Bia and back for about 2 weeks in Jan ’67 after our regular driver rotated home. We didn’t have a 50 cal ring either. As a matter of fact, we didn’t even have a 50 cal with us…..Bob 1381


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