Here is the fiction on his resume (linked below the article I posted on the original newspaper web site) -- lots of fake details for someone who has no military background:
1/1982 ‐ 5/1987
Naval Special Warfare Group Two, Little Creek, VA United States Navy SEAL Team Two Platoon Leader and Operations Officer.
Graduate of BUD/S Class 93. Organize and execute small unit operations in support of Naval Special Warfare missions and imperatives. Deployments in
Middle East and North Africa; including United Nations Forces in Lebanon (1983‐ 1984). Selected for Arabic Language Training at Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC), Monterey California.
BTW, the last time I looked, the Stolen Valor guys' web site had this Kemos listed as a "secured target."
Top-level A&M official resigns amid questions over credentials
" ...Alexander Kemos never was part of the elite fighting force, and Texas A&M officials confirmed Friday that he doesn't have a doctorate or even a master's degree, which was a posted requirement for the $300,000-a-year position..."
Update July 1, 2010:
Loftin details Kemos betrayal
Date added: July 01, 2010
These Stolen Valor guys' included another thread, "Loftin Details Kemos Betrayal" which concerns the TAMU president's blathering story trying to distance himself from this fraud, but his story doesn't hold water. I think maybe the Stolen Valor guys believe he is guilty, too, and I would agree with them 100% if they included that thread on their site because they want to go after both Kemos and Loftin, the TAMU president.
But I also believe: this university president did not, all by his little lonesome self, go out there to find a fraud with two fake degrees and some fake Navy SEAL experience to hire. Oh no. I think this conspiracy, if that is indeed what it is, is a whole lot bigger and involved a lot more.
And it is just so odious. So heinous to do that to students and to disrespect both the students, the faculty, the university, and, of course, all the brave men and women who do serve in the military, and the brave men who are indeed Navy SEALS.
Prison time for all those fakes in this conspiracy. All of the ones who engineered this fake's entry into TAMU and collected $300,000 in taxpayer money, too. Just heinous.
Thank you for letting me scream about this to you. A fraud is a fraud is a fraud. Jail time for the little people means jail time for him, too, is my opinion. I am glad others here agree.