Jonathan “Jon Cornboy” Parham Fake Special Forces, Ranger and Wounded Warrior

 

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Meet Jonathan “Cornboy” Parham, a Special Forces and Ranger faker. Actually he can’t get his lies straight, he wears SF insignia on his uniform but claims he was a Ranger with Ranger Batt to one of our investigators.  And we did not give him the nick name “Cornboy” that was part of his facebook profile name, one of our investigators inquired and he said it was a nickname given to him for drinking moonshine.

Parham was brought to our attention when a fan saw a photo with him in uniform sporting CPT rank, SF Insignia and plethora of awards. So we sent one of our investigators over to see what he had to say for himself, while we also sent for his records of course.

This is the information we received from a fan that alerted us to cornboy, they tried confronting him and this was his response:

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He is also claiming to have PTSD, and has flashbacks from being in combat, as seen in the timeline post below.

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Glad he thinks PTSD is something he can lie about and make fun of, we lose Veterans everyday because of PTSD and he thinks it’s a joke. Well Mr. Parham, you are the only joke now.

He is also taking jump pictures from the internet and claiming them as his own, below he claims to be doing a HALO jump. He had several more photos of his “Jumps”, but they were not worth posting.

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Below he makes the claim on the photo to someone that he has been in “for a few”.

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Here he is in a beret, which he surely does not know how to wear. Not to mention, since he is trying to pose as SF, the beret should be green.

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Another one with him in uniform, guessing he is trying to impress his girlfriend.

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Here are several more photos off his profile, of which he changed the name of once we confronted him on his lies.

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Seems he likes to transport his uniform around, well now google will direct everyone to Jon Parham’s lies.

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Below is where he claims to be assigned to 1/75.

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So as you can see above, he gets defensive when someone calls him out. So we decided to make contact with him, and see how deep his lies would go. Below is the conversation our investigator had with Mr. Parham over a period of a couple of weeks. Here he continues to lie, and when finally confronted on them, he again gets defensive and claims that it was because he was beaten up when he was younger, and that they should make it illegal to buy uniforms and he wouldn’t have done it.

Most of this time we already knew he had never served, we sent requests to everywhere the Army keeps records, and they all sent a negative reply concerning his service. He has never set foot in Basic Training, much less SF or Ranger training.

 

As we said above, Cornboy has no Military service what-so-ever, but claims to have a Purple Heart(Which isn’t on his uniform) but has a Bronze Star on his rack. Claims to have been “blown up” by an IED and shot three times while in Iraq. He also has a CIB on in at least on photo, but forgets to put it on in the others.

 

Below is the exchange between our investigator and Mr. Parham.

 

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138 comments on “Jonathan “Jon Cornboy” Parham Fake Special Forces, Ranger and Wounded Warrior
    • This guy is a joke. I am not military and never have been, yet I feel so enraged when asshats like this impersonate soldiers. I can’t believe you held your shit together at your stepdad’s funeral.

    • Sorry for your loss, was your stepfather in the military as well, and I’m glad you didn’t kill him because this Guardian of Valor article will kill him for a much longer time. Plus, You don’t want to get arrested especially at a funeral, I had to bail out my brother for someone showing up to my father’s funeral doing the same thing. Yeah these assholes get away with whatever they want, I’m so glad they came up with these laws,it’s been far too long !!! Heroes deserve so much more than someone pretending to be them, they deserve our respect and our heartfelt thanks for keeping our country safe! Hooah!!

  1. This pos showed up at my stepfathers funeral in his idiotic regalia. He’s only alive because of family. I am glad I sent in a link to his Facebook page. Thank you for investigating him!

  2. I looked him up on facebook and.his name is now Johnny Ray and he has removed all photos in military uniforms.Anyhow looks like he is changing his story to being a freemason.. what a quack He has too many screws loose.. Anyhow He still needs his ass beat..

    • Everybody is entitled to their own opinion as long as it doesn’t infringe on the rights of others. It’s just too bad that we as “real” soldiers fight for our lives in while on deployment to gain various freedoms and have to up with this piece of “sh*t.” He can take my whole bottle of Citalopram (PTSD meds) free of charge. Maybe it will help.

      • Citalopram is Celexa®, a selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitor, and is labeled for use for depression; it’s used off-label for anxiety and panic disorder. Saying that it’s a “PTSD med” isn’t really accurate. I was on the stuff myself once. I had a paradoxic reaction to the shit when my psychiatrist bumped me up to 60mg daily, and then I was on Paxil® for years, but now I take good old Prozac®, and it works beautifully.

        Prazosin (Pressin®, Vasoflex®, and a couple others) — on the other hand — is an alpha andrenergic blocker, and has a labeled use for PTSD, specifically in reducing nightmares. Didn’t work for shit for me, though… it just made my dreams fucking vivid.

        • Citalopram is Celexa®, I don’t take this but saying it isn’t a PTSD Med is stupid. I take anti-anxiety and panic disorder meds, as well as meds for depression. My rating for PTSD is 70%. There are many diff meds being used and not all work for everyone. Vietnam Class of 66-67.

          • Gary Lord Agreed, what works for one person might not work for another and also might work differently since we are all different. That is why some people have different side effects then others and some drugs that are designed for use as one thing can be used for others. I also have PTSD and the drug they have me on is designed for Schizophrenia, but it helps with my anger outburst and with the anxiety and to deal with lots of my triggers so I take it. I used to take a SSIR like the guy in the first post and it did not work well for me, but to say it does not work for him is stupid, only he knows if it is working for him. I also take meds for Depression and as needed for Anxiety.

          • GARY,MAN I TOO WAS IN NAM 68,69,70 HOME IN 71 CRAZY AS HELL.WHEN YOU REACH 100% GET OFF THAR SHIT THE VA WILL KILL YOU.FIND A NAM VET YOU CAN TALK TOO.THAT HELPS MORE THAN YOU WILL EVER KNOW.FLASHBACKS YEAH,THEY ARE REAL.USMC,CON TIEN 69,70.BE COOL MAN.

      • I SEE KIDS NOW DAYS GOING THROUGH THE SAME THINGS ,WE NAM VETS ENDURED ,IN NAM. GET OFF THOSE DRUGS,THE V.A. WILL KILL YOU, IF YOU LET THEM, THE VA WILL HAVE YOU ON THEM, FOR YEARS, AND THEY WILL DO NOTHING.PTSD IS NOT A DISEASE BUT A LIFE LONG (LONG) CONDITION.ONLY YOU HAVE THE POWER TO KEEP YOUR SHIT TOGETHER.OH,I’M NOT SAYING YOU DO NOT NEED SOMETHING FOR ANXIETY YES YOU DO ,BUT WATCH OUT YOU WILL HAVE A DEPENDENCY ON DRUGS,VERY HARD TO COME OFF OF .AND THE WONDERFUL V.A. WILL YANK YOU RIGHT OFF TOO..I’M NOW 63.TO BAD YOU HAVE TO GET OLD AND DECREPIT TO FIGURE IT OUT.GOVERNMENT DON’T GIVE A DAMN ABOUT YOU OR YOUR FAMILY. YOU ARE YESTERDAYS NEWS. GET IT? THE ONLY WAY OUT IS FIND ANOTHER VET AND STAY IN TOUCH,AND TALK IT OUT WITH HIM. JUST THE WAY IT IS. SORRY, I’M JUST A MESSENGER,THAT’S ALL.VIET NAM VET.IT GETS BETTER AND THEN YOU DIE.USMC,SEMPER-FI.1/9.

    • send me a link I am a AFM and would love to tear into his ass. i am ex-Navy also so I hate lying scum and if he is a AFM he wont be for long the Grand Lodge doesnt put up with crap like this either.

    • as a veteran the only recourse for a d-bag like this is a good ol fashioned blanket party… until he’s black n blue n cant remember his own name

    • Ass beating is good, but someone should ruffie him and tattoo “STOLEN VALOR ACT” on his face with red ink to look like a stamp. No one will ever believe him again!

  3. If he he now claiming to being a Mason or Free Mason he will get into a pile of shit so deep that he will have to eat his way out. i kid you not!

    • Somebody ask him for his Lodge Name and Number and Grand Lodge location. What his degree is, etc. Most state penal codes have a specific code for nailing wannabes that try to pass themselves off as a Brother. I know, I booked one of these a/holes in Santa Ana, CA some years back as he tried the ring method and had no idea that I am a member of the Craft. I found the right section, booked him and placed his ring into evidence! He never went to trial, don’t know what happened to him. Tony Mohr, Fraternity Lodge #1111, El Paso, TX, Grand Lodge of Texas. USAF active duty 1960-1964.

  4. i lived around Elmendorf Air Force Base in Fort Richardson army base Anchorage Alaska
    i have seen and know of people that lie and can’t even tell me there m.o.s. and can’t tell me a depot d.p.s.and some have lied about what rank that thy were but all could not tell me how much there pay grad was.

    one guy in new york told me he was army and did is basic training in 29 palms i told hem that he was a liar right there in the street because it is not an army bace so then he wanted to fight me there on the street i told him i hope you brought a Kabar and the guy did not even have one and told me the he had to leave it behind and as we were fight and yelling a cop came up and asked us what was going on the man told the cop he was in the army and i was trying to pick a fight ….get this the cop asked the man what was your…platoon number the man could not tell the officer the number because it was barracks name i piped up and asked him what was your barracks name because no matter what branch your in you never forget and have pride in telling others the name and your friend /family are not by name but number ever one knows there number

    i know my selective service system number by hart
    if you want to know it please contact me through proper channels.
    for all that know the hart ache and anger of the lies others try to pool i am sorry
    i for one wish i could have been able to join the i lived around Elmendorf Air Force Base in Fort Richardson army base Anchorage Alaska
    i have seen and know of people that lie and can’t even tell me there m.o.s. and can’t tell me a depot d.p.s.and some have lied about what rank that thy were but all could not tell me how much there pay grad was.

    one guy in new york told me he was army and did is basic training in 29 palms i told hem that he was a liar right there in the street because it is not an army bace so then he wanted to fight me there on the street i told him i hope you brought a Kabar and the guy did not even have one and told me the he had to leave it behind and as we were fight and yelling a cop came up and asked us what was going on the man told the cop he was in the army and i was trying to pick a fight ….get this the cop asked the man what was your…platoon number the man could not tell the officer the number because it was barracks name i piped up and asked him what was your barracks name because no matter what branch your in you never forget and have pride in telling others the name and your friend /family are not by name but number ever one knows there number

    i know my selective service system number by hart
    if you want to know it please contact me through proper channels.
    i wish i could join the service any branch and i mean the real military not the weekend warriors

    to all the serve in the military know i have your back !

    • While I thank you for your support, I have to ask why “weekend warriors” aren’t “real” military? I’ve been in the Guard for almost 19 years, 2 combat deployments, etc. Do the bullets or bomb fragments not hurt as much if you are a “weekend warrior”?

      • Since 2001, anyone who looks at a guardsman or reservist as a 2nd class soldier is a fool. I served 7 plus active then went into the NG and since 2001 it was like being active again and I would say even harder as you are trying to stay employed and your family does not necessarily have the military support structure while doing multiple deployments. Retired now but all of you are my brothers and sisters in arms.

        • thank you aaron…my husband has 28 years in the MTANG and is a technician…so wears his uniform everyday, yet is a dreaded federal employee….lol….Yes the National Guard is considered M-day soldiers…weekend warriors…but those weekend warriors fight fires, floods, and other natural disasters…and now they are part of our fighting force overseas. Yes…they are now 1st class soldiers…but are here for their state as well! 😀 I am also proud to say that my son, was at MEPS, taking his oath during the Bengazie Debaucle…I am proud of my son and husband both. HOOAH to the real military out there..

          • I agree. I spent 12 years in the Air National Guard, right after 9-11 the active duty was screaming so badly for help that I was able to be activated for 10 straight years (ARC-V program, yes I was a Guard Bum). During that time I did five deployments ranging from Saudi to Iraq. I have more time in than half the goobers that sit there and criticize me. I’m happy with the time I put in and I respect anyone who serves regardless.

      • All the metrics changed in the first Gulf War as far as Weekend Warrior status. Before and during that evolution there was some validity to the label and the view that reserve status was just a way to skate the war and still claim the title of warrior. Since then the whole ballgame has changed. I remember during Vietnam the way to keep from going was to get in the guard. The line was long and the positions preserved for those with connections or money. All that changed when the Reserves were called up for Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Many Units were not up to snuff then for sure but since then have been forced to take their mission seriously and train accordingly.–Gunny Barton, Ret.

    • Thank you for your words of wisdom. Im sitting here In Bagram Afghanistan reading about this POS imposter. He’s a disgrace to america.People like that burn me up.
      Thank you for your service to all my vets out there. Im ready to come home next month!
      -Senior Airman, USAF

    • I take great offense to your comment “i mean the real military not the weekend warriors”. My sister is a 1st Lieutenant in the New York National Guard. She IS real military. To imply otherwise is disrespectful. She even served a tour in Afghanistan. On top of this she is a mother of 3 and works full-time at a prison. Her husband is regular Army and also a 1stLT.

    • Doc, as I read about this POS, also from the Sands of Kuwait, it pisses me off more than most. Ive had fallen brothers and for this douche bag to claim PTSD ect is a damn disgrace.

  5. I’m curious how as to how you get access to veterans records. As I understood it, only the veteran could do that, unless the veteran was deceased and then only certain family members could gain access to the veterans records.

    • Chris, that is what a lot of people think, but it is not true. Military records are actually property of the US Government, and they are releasable under the Freedom Of Information Act. The only thing they are not allowed to release are PII, like SSN’s etc. Their are several different repositories for records of the different branches, and all have to comply with the release of records under that act.

      • I served With a John Parham in 3/77 in the early 90-91. He went to SFAS after I did. But that guy isn’t him. too young. I don’t remember any barracks name or number. Could have been one. I just don’t remember.

      • BULLDOG1,I AM A VIETNAM VET, SERVED 19 MONTHS.100% PERMANENT AND TOTAL.I WAS APPLYING FOR HOUSEBOUND AID.I RECEIVED A LETTER FROM THE CAPITOL OF MY STATE WHO HANDLES OUR CLAIMS.THEY DO NOT HAVE HALF OF THE SCHOOLS I WENT TO IN MY RECORDS.MY DD214 HAS MOST OF IT, TIME SERVED OVERSEAS, RANK AND RIBBONS ON THERE. AND AT THAT TIME THEY WERE TAKING KIDS THAT HAVE NOT COMPLETED HIGH SCHOOL.WELL I TOOK THE ARMED FORCES HS TEST AND PASSED.I WAS AWARDED A HS DIPLOMA.WHEN I WAS IN THE MARINES. I WAS SO PROUD,ANYWAY. I SENT MY CLAIM IN FOR HOUSEBOUND AND GOT A LETTER BACK FROM THE VETERANS AFFAIRS STATING I ONLY SERVED 17 DAYS IN VIETNAM.I HAVE ALL OF MY AWARDS AND RIBBONS AND MEDALS THEY AWARDED ME FROM THE MARINES.ALL ORIGINAL MEDALS ,WITH HONOR.WTF IS WRONG WITH THIS COUNTRY?OUR OWN SYSTEM IS FAILING US. MY HONOR FELL TO MY FEET,WITH MY HEART.WHY?RELEASE WHAT RECORDS AND TO WHO?THEIR ACT OF DEFYING ME MY RIGHTS.WHAT IS THAT UNDER? I HAVE BEEN SCREWED BY THIS GOV. MORE THAN ONCE.AND I AM TIRED OF IT.i JUST WANT TO COME HOME FROM VIETNAM.JOHN,HOSEA,WHO EVER TF I AM.I DON’T KNOW ANYMORE.TIRED AND TO OLD TO FIGHT ANYMORE.

  6. wow why pose i did 27 yrs in the Army retired an E-9 D Co. 1st Bn. 5th SFG got nightmares after 9 yrs and this guy wants to pose i will gladly give him my night issues no charge. Poser can even have my SS and my CIB w/Star free………. SgM. M.Vest 1978 -2006

    • I am sorry to say that there are people out there trying to dishonor your service Mark. My brother, Mark Bradley also served in the 5th group about the same time as you and has struggled with the same problems for years. My prayers and heart felt thanks go out to you and all who have gave so very much to this country. Phil Bradley, Retired ARNG

    • YEAH,MARK YOUR NOT LYIN.I DID 19 MONTHS IN NAM.HE CAN HAVE IT ALL THIS HAS BEEN A TERRIBLE LIFE.NATIONAL DEFENSE,PURPLE HEART,COMBAT ACTION,BRONZE STAR,VIETNAM CAMPAIGN MEDAL W/2 STARS PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION,W/PALM,VIETNAMEE’S SERVICE RIBBON W/DATE/SCROLL,EXPERT RIFLE AND EXPERT PISTOL MEDALS.TAKE IT ALL AND SET ME FREE.PLEASE.I JUST WANT TO COME HOME.

      • I’m glad vets can vent here. As an army vet (13m 1-38 FA, 2-20 FA) I can actually feel something by talking. I didn’t get to deploy, instead I got sent to Korea. Right around the time the crazy stuff with the new guy started. I think what got me the most was the fact that my sole job up there was to act as a chock block if things were to pop off. We were only supposed to be a first line of defense. That means we most likely would have died as the infantry was set up below our positions. That though haunts me to this day. Talking about it makes somewhat tolerable. It’s not always the ones in Iraq or Afghanistan who get the PTSD. I hate posers more than anything. I always test those who say they were in. One who poses is just above a pedophile in my book. For what it’s worth to any vets who need an ear to bend, or just want to talk, I do my best to help others.
        Dakota L. Leshok- u.s. Army 2011-2013 Korea, Texas.

  7. I served with the 4TH. INF. DIV. in Vietnam,”Gary L. Holz” my brother was a door gunner with the CAV, we were in country at the same time, Me a Grunt, Gary a Door Gunner, he was KIA OCT 8,1967, I was sent home after he was killed and I had spent 9 months in Vietnam, I do have PTSD and A/O, when I see this crap it makes me worse to know these people are stealing the Valor of my brothers death, it put me in the defensive mode, I thank you guys for what you do, its helps more than you can emagine.

  8. i have a friend thats a paratrooper he said this guy is a joke. my family and my wifes family is full of vets. this makes us sick.

  9. I am currently in Mexico, teaching and coaching. I ran into a guy who was wearing an od green field jacket with the 8th Inf patch (Crazy Eight) He seemed a bit young (early 20s). His jacket also had the “U.S. ARMY” tape and some last name on the chest. I asked, for the heck of it, if that was his jacket, and if so when he served and where. He said that it was his and that the “Served in the United States”! I am USAF Vet, 1960-1964 active duty and CAANG, USAFRes 1980-88. He had no idea who I was, nor why I was asking these questions, as his field jacket was the type that I had worn on active duty, not the more modern jungle cammie that my Son wore as a member of the 8th Inf, in Germany. He almost shit when I told him (lying of course) that I had served with the 8th Inf and wanted for him to tell me where he got the patch. He finally said that his uncle had given him the jacket and the patch and that he thought that it was his uncle’s unit, but his answers were not satisfactory to me, so I took out my small pocket knife and now own an 8th Inf patch, which I sewed on to my biking vest! He did not complain much when I removed it! Oh, also took a 5″x8″ American flag from the back of his jacket! He is a Mexican citizen and NEVER IN THE USA, legally or otherwise.

      • God Bless you I served in RVN 7 Nov 1972 101st Airbourne Div C Battery 1st Bn 321st Arty in I Corp, and with !st Cav Division “Garry Owen” 525 Sig.Bn Bien Hoa GOD BLESS ALL SOLDIERS All give some, Some give All.

    • My only problem here is now you are a thief. Other than his lie when you confronted him he didn’t try to sell anyone a story unsolicited, I can buy a jacket like that at a number of Goodwill or Army Navy stores in my area, I dare you to cut a patch off my jacket, I get chasing down dirtbags that are using the lie for financial gain, or to get things they are not due. I understand chasing theses guys down to keep them from bedding unsuspected chicks or taking resources from real vets, But to outright steal the patches off an obvious second hand jacket just makes you a bully. Sorry man that is the way I see it.

      • If you wear a field jacket, used or otherwise, that is ok. When you, in my opinion, are trying to imply that you earned it, I object. I asked my Son about returning the patch to him, he told me to keep it. As to the flag…I will take it from anyone that shows off when it is NOT HIS. Of course that is how I feel, and you and nobody else can change that! It would be the same if I were wearing a Mexican Flag patch here…the government objects to casual display of their flag. They will take it from you without question. I wear a vest with an American Flag, because…I just happen to love that flag, and feel that I earned the right to love it. I left, temporarily, but am returning in about 18 months to my beloved Texas. A thief, maybe, I should have given money for it, but it was done a few years ago, and I do not regret it!

        • I honestly don’t get it. You had to lie to him about your own service. So, who is in the right there? You could have easily said you served in the Air Force and your son served in the 8th ID and it would have had the same effect. Not sure why you chose to lie. Also, not sure why you chose to pick on some poor Mexican kid who probably got the jacket from a surplus store. You see that all the time in the states and these kids aren’t trying to pass themselves off as heroes. Honestly, if you see somebody wearing stuff like that, it’s the fault of the veteran for not sterilizing his stuff before he sold it to a surplus store. Kids are usually buying them “as is” and not adding a bunch of patches.

          • BRACK,YOU DON’T GET IT?YOU DUMB ASS.TELL ME YOU HAVE NEVER LIED.THAT’S WHAT I THOUGHT.PEOPLE IN GLASS HOUSES SHOULDN’T THROW ROCKS.A POOR MEXICAN KID, STUPID.THAT SAME SON OF A BITCH HAS PROBABLY BEEN TRAFFICKING DRUGS.AND FLAUNTING OUR FLAG.HIS ASS SHOULD HAVE BEEN SHOT.THAT’S WHAT’S WRONG WITH OUR COUNTRY.DUMB ASSES LIKE YOU.PUT A BAND AID ON STUPID SHIT.JUST TO HEAR YOURSELF TALK.90%IDIOT 10% STUPID.

  10. And no infantry cord either.. I know another POS like him Frank Allen Renn, aka Master Syr Waldryk in the S.C.A. who says that he was a Ranger wounded in Granada, except the thing is. he was in Eighth grade at the time of the invasion.. He runs firedryksteel.com.

  11. I hope you bring this guy down

    I was just a 21-B doing my job in Iraq. Camp Ramadi ( 05-06 )
    We all change from war, some more than others.
    Don’t let this dirtbag get away with this.

  12. I’m a retired combat aircrew and am in the SCA, but before I put the word the out that he is a POS is there anywhere on the web I can see he has made these statements? The SCA has a bunch of current and former military members and they would take this pretty seriously, so I just want to be sure.

  13. One thing that I think needs to be addressed is the fact that he not only pretended to be SF/Ranger, but he also committed a felony by pretending to be an Officer. He needs to be sent to Leavenworth to do his time for this. I am quite surprised no one else has even thought about this. Maybe doing five in Leavenworth will help straighten him out. Just a thought.

  14. These freaking scum should all be sent to the the soldiers they try to fake!! Let them teach these numb nuts a good old blanket party or some ass kicking…
    I’m sorry but just don’t get these guys who never even stepped foot in the military . Trying or think they know what the fuck there doing … They have no clue..
    Best thing to do is send him to the 1/75 ranger bat.. Let them take care of him make all these shit bags re think what they are doing.!!
    I’m a former marine and most of us milatary men and women can look at a former milatary person and tell they have served .. Plus I’ve meet a lot of rangers and they have a look just like us marines rangers are bad ass!! Semper Fi to all who have served!!

  15. I’ve always maintained that the penalty for Stolen Valor should be for the offender to be locked up in a room for several hours with an individual holding the actual credentials which the impostor claims, said credential holder being immune from prosecution for any act short of homicide.

    In this case of this POS, he should be locked up with one each Ranger AND one each Green Beret!

  16. Take him over and dress him in full battle dress and push him out the hummer deep in the Korangal Valley. The Taliban would have a fucking field day with that! LMFAO!

  17. anyone else notice all these “valor wannabees” are SEALs, ForceRecon. Ranger & Special Force type ? all combat arms MOS where are the wannabees Cooks, MT and admin poser at ?

    • I was in Psyops for 6 years and have PTSD from my one and only deployment. People don’t believe that a 92Y1S could possibly have anything wrong since I was a supply pogue. My Sierra identifier is enough to get me into the SF society. Glory hounds like these POSs will always want to be “hard core” ranger or sf types. The real work is done by enlisted regular non-combat arms troops. POS posers will never be a regular troopie.

  18. I laughed at it all …until I saw the CIB. That little piece of light blue metal carries all my hurts, accomplishments, tears and memories of good fucking Americans I called brothers…Take it the fuck off.. and never touch one again. Sorry for the loss of my bearings.

  19. А у нас таких называют “ряженными” и наказание весьма сурово, за вот такие “фокусы”…мне печально, что такие люди , как это “зеленый берет” прикрываются тем, чего они недостойны…..это позор!

    • translated : And we call these “mummers” and punished very severely, for here are the “tricks” … I’m sad that people like this “green beret” hide behind the fact that they are not worthy ….. it’s a shame!

  20. I don’t know anything about this guy or your website, but if you want to discredit someone do it properly and at least obtain his DD214 or other records.

  21. My husband was is the US Army. He do have PTSD. I married him after he got out so i have no clue as to how the uniform is to be warn. I keep his clean in a suit bag hanging up. There is nothing funny about saying you was in the Army and not been there. I cant even try to understand what ppl have went through over there. But i do know no one has the right to disrespect what any of our guys have went through. I respect all our guys. But this guy is FULL OF SHIT and needs his ass handed to him.

  22. I could be wrong, but wouldn’t the “U.S” insignia need a ring around it if he is enlisted? At least thats how it is in ‘Air Force Blues’

  23. First off, an officer would have a decent education no matter how country they may or may not be. Judging by the grammar he was using plus the spelling that is pretty sad. Second off, every person that I have know that were SF were very humble and would not disgrace the uniform in such a manner. I am enlisted in the military and it is people like this that annoy me. Semper Fidelis.

  24. My hubby is at Campbell and we know what special kind of person it takes to be Ranger. We’d both gladly beat the mess out of this douche if we came across him.

    • Well in the AR codes you can have facial hair but only if you have a skin disorder and it has to be trimmed as for down as possible. This idiot does not look like he has any kind of skin problem. Plus he’s a poser who gives a shit!!!!!

  25. Thanks John, I needed that laugh today… You’re a disgrace to this country and everything our armed service members stand for. It’s cute that you wanted to play Army but leave the real work to our ACTUAL heroes.

  26. a few years ago my wife’s uncle invited me over to talk with a Vietnam vet he had meet at the local VFW. So I saw them. The guy was a big drunk biker. Was very evasive about his service. So I asked him his name, then acted dubious about it and asked to see his drivers license. He gave it to me, but I wasn’t looking for his name, I checked his birthdate. I handed it back and said “You must have been one heck of a soldier to have served as a 5 year old”. he tried to go after me but was too drunk to get out of the chair. I laffed and left. Wasn.t worth the effort. I am a 100% disabled Vietnam Combat vet. Served in the 9th Divisions Mobile Riverine Force in the delta. wounded in my 3rd firefight. All wars have there fake wanabies and glory seekers. thanks to you guys for taking on these poor imitations of a warrior. here is my website. http://millionto1vet1969.homestead.com/lived.html

    • thank you for your service sir. i know you men/women, (mainly men) faced a very hard homecoming. soldiers now are greeted and welcomed with open arms and gratitude. one generation’s soldier should never forget the soldiers of the past. You may not have been told when you came home, but i’m thanking you now. you have my utmost respect and admiration.
      j.wilcox
      medically retired
      E-4 USAF

  27. People like this provoke anger, pity and concern. My Papa served in the Army during WW2 was deployed in Europe he never would talk about what he saw and experienced, my Dad served in the Air Force during the Korean War (I was born on the Air Force Base he was stationed at) I have a close friend who’s son as I type this is deployed somewhere on a mission. I have the utmost respect for any one that has/is serving our country. It offends me for anyone to fake this in any way. I pity him because he must have a low self esteem and is in need of mental health help which leads to concern for any one who may come in contact with him, concern for their safety. I have known many Vets many from the Vietnam War which ended my senior year in high school, I remember how badly Vietnam War Vets were treated when they came home. I have talked with many about their experiences and that war was horrific, the PTS they experience beyond imagination. People like this need to be watched by law enforcement & mental health, they pose just as much of a threat to The US as any terrorist. There should be a watch list for this type of person.

  28. As a Master Mason and a Past Master in Colorado (and a Veteran of 20yrs), I can assure you that he will be easily identified as a fraud wherever he goes; what a waste of time and poor representation. I truly hope this guy finds his way in the world with having to live a life of lies.

  29. I had a couple of situations a few years ago which touches on the same issues discussed here. I’m retired as an Army reserve components Armor/Cavalry officer but started out as an Air Force F-4 Phantom WSO (backseater).

    Let me caveat this up front by saying I had a weird career in that I was in uniform for 29 years and 3 wars without having fired a shot in anger, and my one year in what was technically a combat zone (Korea in the early ’80s) the only hostile fire I got was from my own chain of command. I was still in Air Force ROTC when Vietnam ended, although I did endure the “baby killer” epithets and uniform getting spat upon of that era, my Guard tank battalion was alerted for the First Gulf War but the war ended the day before we would’ve been called up, and I was in the IRR waiting for a callup during the War on Terrorism and got mandatorily retired instead!

    Anyway, back in the mid ’80s when flight jackets were a fad, some guy walked into the waiting room wearing a Navy G2 flight jacket with a patch with Naval Aviator wings and his name on it. I asked him what he flew in the Navy and he said, “Oh, I was never in the Navy. It just came with the jacket and they imprinted my name when I ordered it!”

    Another time, I went to an airshow where one of the displays was a B-17 was on static display. The pilot wore a Nomex flight suit with his name and Air Force pilot wings on the patch. Now, keep in mind that they didn’t have Nomex flight suits during World War II so this guy was in no way, shape or form a uniformed reenactor. Like in the previous incident, I asked him what he flew in the Air Force and his reply was, “Oh, I was never in the military. If I’m flying a Navy plane, then I wear Navy wings.”

    In both cases, I wanted to rip the patches off the sonofabitch and slug him in the jaw, much like the person did with the Eighth Army patch earlier in this thread, but I thought the better of it. But aviation wings are to aviators like the CIB is to grunts. People die trying to earn it. I know for a fact that in the Air Force, if a student is killed in an accident during Undergraduate Pilot Training or Undergraduate CSO (formerly Navigator) Training before graduating, he or she is not buried with the wings.

    Any thoughts?

  30. as a JROTC cadet taught how to wear the uniform right. I would have gotten in trouble if I let him go during inspection, his beret was terrible and the tie is in the wrong not, we always use the Windsor not because it looks nicer and is neater.

  31. Now on Facebook goes by Jonathan Parham and claims with Golden Knights. That’s the Army jump team if not mistaken. Says he’s in Asheville, NC, and from Leicester, NC. He needs to pay dearly!

  32. i wasnt in the army…i was navy. i was there and i know what is real. this guy is a fake and deserves the right to be taken out or straightened out by real soldiers. i was a mech for the navy and seen the past couple of wars . i hate liars and cowards. this man is both.

  33. This tool “Cornboy” doesn’t even have a regulation tie on his uniform. AAFES sells a different type of uniform tie, namely clip-on and the material and pattern on the tie is all wrong. Congratulations Cornboy- you are officially the biggest piece of shit on the Internet (for the moment).

  34. THE QUIET PROFESSIONAL….
    THE LOUD CERTIFIED DUMB A#$

    Few tips…
    1. Tabers; don’t show and tell in dress uniform. And they have a tendency to least shave,in dress uniforms. The beared is only for show and tell, else where. Where it counts.
    2.Tabbers never address the tab or the concept. It’s a silent professional language and one which most imposters like yourself, don’t seem to realize.
    In fact, how could you?
    How possibly, can you?
    Long tabs symbolize a concept which you still haven’t seem to understand.
    Shut up about it.
    Oh, by the way, I’m sure you’d be used to:
    “Shut the fuck up about it”, being in the regiment.
    “The Quiet professionals”
    Finally.
    3. Tabbers don’t take date photos with weak sauce all over it.
    In fact, you broke the first rule to a long taber.Always look cool.
    And not a single Oakley eye piece in any of your shamefully shameless photos.
    So here’s how its done.one of several-less ways….
    With “Certified expressive breeds who often than more often, know just the right things to do with beer in social settings. And the hot chick,
    That’s usually the “prettiest guy wanna be” on the team. Trust me, you think you know guys like these enough to pose as if…?
    Try again, ya moon shine loving freak show.
    Lol

    Lo que se
    donde de se
    cuando se.

  35. If you were a true captain in United States Army he would have the blue uniform as the greens are being phased out with most people already having the blues and they are no longer handing out greens to anyone anyway. If you were a true Capt. He would definitely not disgrace the uniform by not buttoning the top button on his shirt and learning how to tie a tie correctly having everything perfectly aligned and gig line Straight . “Capt.”( do as I do) . To all those that have served, and are serving, those who have made it back, and those who have not, I have one thing to say to you , HOOAH. Thank you for your service and keeping mine and your country safe in these troubling times thank you thank you thank you! Kick ass and !!! Come home safe everyone !!!!!! Be safe have your buddies six !!!

  36. I’m a “former” Royal Marine…..I have Medals and of course a lot of experiences……Since leaving the Corps..( 20 years )..I have only ever worn my medals once…………and that was for a military style funeral of a good friend….( 1 year ago.) I find it very hard to show my medals to people………….So my question is…..Why do people make up, that they have these medals and memories, when those of us that Do have them………..Hide them away…?????

  37. It never ceases to amaze me at the audacity of these posers. Especially their uniform blunders. The necktie is a dead giveaway. Especially when their ribbons are not in proper priority. I only possess a National Defense Service Medal, a Presidential Unit Citation and Expert-M-16, M-60 and grenade. Those aren’t a lot in the 2 years I served(Vietnam Era),but, dammit- I earned them. It pisses me off royally when I hear about the posers.

  38. Real heroes need help an epidemic of 300,000 plus Homeless Vets in USA today please help and support our Homeless Vets today on Facebook type in Homes 4 Homeless Vets and add us please help serve them after they serve us and Semper FI 2003 Iraq Invasion Marine Veteran Patriot

  39. How is it these fake and phonies can put on a uniform and pick up women?
    I’m actually in the Army and have never picked up a woman from wearing a uniform.
    I’ve never even met a woman that really cared that I was in the military.

  40. Being. A veteran of the navy myself, daughter of an army E-8 MSGT signal corp, who was also a 32 nd degree mason, eastern star ( I’m OES also) I remember my dad wearing a u inform similar back in 1972. Not long before he retired. Haven’t seen that same uniform in the last 10 or so years. The only dress u informs I e seen since ’72 were the wonderful honor guard from ft Gordon who carried my dad at his funeral in 2012. Their u informs were very different. Not familiar with army uniforms anymore since my dad passed. But it angers me when a POS does this! My dad served 22 1/2 yrs, three tours Germany, two tours Korea, three tours nam. I served navy crypto . My brother served, some thing with teaching sub stuff ( he don’t discuss it) numerous family, who served, this pos is a disgrace to humankind! Wish my dad was still around, he give that POS the what for! God bless. To all!

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