Marines cant define your uniforms, either, but your eyesight is just fine. :)
Notice that inhis MGySgt pic on top, his medals lack centered Navy Cross, while his fruit salad has a extra row.
I think he looked it up, I cant make out most of them, most look like “I was there” ribbons, a few atta boys, but to wear the Navy Cross, that is a sin.
I forgot what the army equivalent is, but whatever is just below MOH
posted on 11/12/2009 1:59:45 PM PST
(OBAMA'S HEALTH CARE IS SHOVEL READY...FOR SENIORS!!:: NObama. Not my president.)
After all the publicity, can you imagine this douche-bag showing up for work?
Soon to unemployed, I think...
posted on 11/12/2009 2:06:20 PM PST
("Natural Born Citizen" - US Constitution, 1787; "Words have meaning" - Barack Obama, 2009)
Distinguished Service Cross, I have a great uncle buried in France in a WW1 US cemetery that was awarded the DSC posthumously.
posted on 11/12/2009 3:32:40 PM PST
(Senior Master Sergeant, USAF (Retired))
Actually, in the "Master Guns" photo the large medals are displayed correctly, in order of precedence, maximum of seven medals per row, overlapped by no more than 50% per the Marine Corps Uniform Regulations
, so the Navy Cross would not be centered on the medals. I assume the centering of personal decorations is an Army reg.
Note that all the medals are anodized as well. Must have set him back a few bucks.
Same thing with the "Light Bird" photo - the ribbons appear to be correct (in order of precedence, max of four ribbons per row, etc.).
Dude's got nerve to wear the uniform when he hasn't earned it but he has got major cajones to wear all those medals and to claimed to have earned them all. It's an insult to those who have.
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