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    SG3, military historian

    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    when I was an enlisted man in the USAVN I had the opportunity to meet quite a few individuals with the same first name as yours
    and most of them were efficient at only one thing, getting their enlisted men killed unnecessarily
    sounds like you might actually be a Colonel
    In all my years in the Corps, achieving the rank of SSgt and later Major, I never met an enlisted man or officer with an extensive enough circle of Colonel acquaintances to make such a sweeping evaluation. Were any of the Medal of Honor winners in the representative but by no means exhaustive list below among your circle?

    You are an ignorant, pompous POS and a public apology is required.

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    Davis, RayRay DavisMarine CorpsO-05Lieutenant ColonelHagaru-ri, Korea01950-12-01December 1, 1950 to 01950-12-04December 4, 19501st Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division (Rein.)For leading the rescue of a trapped rifle company

    Faith, Jr., Don C.Don C. Faith, Jr. †ArmyO-05Lieutenant ColonelBattle of Chosin Reservoir, Korea01950-11-27November 27, 1950 to 01950-12-01December 1, 19501st Battalion, 32d Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry DivisionRisked his life repeatedly leading his men in combat for five days until he was killed

    Faith, Jr., Don C.Don C. Faith, Jr. †ArmyO-05Lieutenant ColonelBattle of Chosin Reservoir, Korea01950-11-27November 27, 1950 to 01950-12-01December 1, 19501st Battalion, 32d Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry DivisionRisked his life repeatedly leading his men in combat for five days until he was killed

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    Page, John U. D.John U. D. Page †ArmyO-05Lieutenant ColonelBattle of Chosin Reservoir, Korea01950-11-29November 29, 1950 to 01950-12-10December 10, 1950X Corps Artillery, while attached to the 52d Transportation Truck BattalionRepeatedly attacked the enemy and defended his convoy until killed



    Jackson, Joe M.Joe M. JacksonAir ForceO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelKham Duc, Republic of Vietnam01968-05-12May 12, 1968For a daring airborne rescue of American special forces troops



    Jones, III, William A.William A. Jones, III*Air ForceO-06 !ColonelDong Hoi—North Vietnamnear Đồng Hới, North Vietnam01968-10-01September 1, 1968Risked his life to fly his heavily damaged plane back to base to relay the location of a downed pilot

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    Lucas, Andre C.Andre C. Lucas*ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelFire Support Base Ripcord, Republic of Vietnam01970-07-01July 1, 1970 – 01970-07-23July 23, 1970For extraordinary heroism while serving as the commanding officer of the 2d Battalion

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    Rogers, Charles C.Charles C. RogersArmyO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelFishhook, near Cambodian border, Republic of Vietnam01968-12-01November 1, 1968Risked his life to repel the enemy and protect his soldiers during an enemy assault on his firebase.

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    Baker, Addison E.Addison E. Baker †Army Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Ploiesti, Romania (Operation Tidal Wave)01943-08-01August 1, 1943For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy on August 1, 1943. On this date he led his command, the 93d Heavy Bombardment Group, on a daring low-level attack against enemy oil refineries and installations at Ploesti, Rumania.

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    Bauer, Harold W.Harold W. Bauer †Marine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelSouth Pacific area01942-05-10May 10, 1942 – 01942-12-14November 14, 1942For extraordinary heroism and conspicuous courage as Squadron Commander of Marine Fighting Squadron TWO TWELVE in the South Pacific Area during the period May 10 to November 14, 1942.

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    Chambers, Justice M.Justice M. ChambersMarine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelIwo Jima, Volcano Islands01945-03-19February 19, 1945 – 01945-03-22February 22, 1945



    Cole, Robert G.Robert G. Cole †ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelnear Carentan, France01944-07-11June 11, 1944For leading a charge across a field swept by German machineguns and artillery.

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    Craw, Demas T.Demas T. Craw †Army Air ForcesO-06 !Colonelnear Port Lyautey, French Morocco01942-12-08November 8, 1942

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    Doolittle, JimmyJimmy DoolittleArmy Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Japan01942-05-18April 18, 1942For leading the Doolittle Raid over the Japanese mainland.



    Dyess, Aquilla J.Aquilla J. Dyess †Marine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelNamur Island, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands01944-03-01February 1, 1944 – 01944-03-02February 2, 1944

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    Johnson, Leon W.Leon W. JohnsonArmy Air ForcesO-06 !ColonelPloesti Raid, Romania01943-08-01August 1, 1943

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    Johnson, Leon W.Leon W. JohnsonArmy Air ForcesO-06 !ColonelPloesti Raid, Romania01943-08-01August 1, 1943

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    Kane, John R.John R. KaneArmy Air ForcesO-06 !ColonelPloesti Raid, Romania01943-08-01August 1, 1943

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    Kearby, Neel E.Neel E. KearbyArmy Air ForcesO-06 !Colonelnear Wewak, New Guinea01943-10-11October 11, 1943

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    Obrien, William J.William J. O'Brien †ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelSaipan, Marianas Islands01944-07-20June 20, 1944 – 01944-07-07July 7, 1944

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    Shoup, David M.David M. ShoupMarine CorpsColonelBetio Island, Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert Islands01943-12-20November 20, 1943 – 01943-12-22November 22, 1943Wrote battle plan for Tarawa assault, directed assault from trench on Betio beach as first waves came ashore.Twenty-second Commandant of the United States Marine Corps (January 1, 1960 – December 31, 1963)

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    Vance, Jr., Leon R.Leon R. Vance, Jr. †Army Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Wimereaux, France01944-07-05June 5, 1944Died in unrelated air crash before receiving his Medal.

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    Ware, Keith L.Keith L. WareArmyO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelnear Sigolsheim, France01944-12-26December 26, 1944

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    Wilbur, William H.William H. WilburArmyColonelFedala, North Africa01942-12-08November 8, 1942

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    Baker, Addison E.Addison E. Baker †Army Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Ploiesti, Romania (Operation Tidal Wave)01943-08-01August 1, 1943For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy on August 1, 1943. On this date he led his command, the 93d Heavy Bombardment Group, on a daring low-level attack against enemy oil refineries and installations at Ploesti, Rumania.

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    Bauer, Harold W.Harold W. Bauer †Marine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelSouth Pacific area01942-05-10May 10, 1942 – 01942-12-14November 14, 1942For extraordinary heroism and conspicuous courage as Squadron Commander of Marine Fighting Squadron TWO TWELVE in the South Pacific Area during the period May 10 to November 14, 1942.

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    Chambers, Justice M.Justice M. ChambersMarine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelIwo Jima, Volcano Islands01945-03-19February 19, 1945 – 01945-03-22February 22, 1945

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    Cole, Robert G.Robert G. Cole †ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelnear Carentan, France01944-07-11June 11, 1944For leading a charge across a field swept by German machineguns and artillery.

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    Craw, Demas T.Demas T. Craw †Army Air ForcesO-06 !Colonelnear Port Lyautey, French Morocco01942-12-08November 8, 1942

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    Yea, this thread didn't need to be made. If you have an issue with someone, there's a nifty function called PRIVATE MESSAGING. SMH @ calling out users.
    Last edited by McGinley; 01-01-2013 at 02:12 PM.

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    Thank you for your service.

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    Since Paulie seems to be sleeping I'll handle this.









    Whoa.

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    Take it to PM. No need for this idiocy.

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    impersonating military or law enforcement is wrong. its on the same line of fund raising for self profit in the wake of a tragedy.

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    I finally put him on ignore this morning.

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    Solid Jets related thread. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Yea, this thread didn't need to be made. If you have an issue with someone, there's a nifty function called PRIVATE MESSAGING. SMH @ calling out users.
    Quote Originally Posted by ubrnostrum View Post
    Take it to PM. No need for this idiocy.
    This. Guy is a terrible, argumentative poster.



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    go eat some pubes, Major.

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    agree completely

    Colonel Forbin admitted to being a fraud anyhow so as far as I am concerned this discussion is concluded

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    This thread needs Sherman Plunkett, so I'll stick it in the dump until he gets here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    This thread needs Sherman Plunkett, so I'll stick it in the dump until he gets here.
    lol


    and thanks WCO for sending it to its proper place

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Yea, this thread didn't need to be made. If you have an issue with someone, there's a nifty function called PRIVATE MESSAGING. SMH @ calling out users.
    That is your opinion McGinley and why did you NOT chose to use it but instead chose to reply here so we all could see your alleged brilliance?

    I enjoyed reading the man's response to the one trick pony named sg3. Yes we know the man hates Tebow. He has only told us a million times and will forever but that is his right!

    I salute the Jetsneednewton for his service to our country and I wish to tell the advocates of censorship to bug off! That is why guys fight to protect our freedom of speech even sg3's! ( unfortunately)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    In all my years in the Corps, achieving the rank of SSgt and later Major, I never met an enlisted man or officer with an extensive enough circle of Colonel acquaintances to make such a sweeping evaluation. Were any of the Medal of Honor winners in the representative but by no means exhaustive list below among your circle?

    You are an ignorant, pompous POS and a public apology is required.

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    Davis, RayRay DavisMarine CorpsO-05Lieutenant ColonelHagaru-ri, Korea01950-12-01December 1, 1950 to 01950-12-04December 4, 19501st Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division (Rein.)For leading the rescue of a trapped rifle company

    Faith, Jr., Don C.Don C. Faith, Jr. ArmyO-05Lieutenant ColonelBattle of Chosin Reservoir, Korea01950-11-27November 27, 1950 to 01950-12-01December 1, 19501st Battalion, 32d Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry DivisionRisked his life repeatedly leading his men in combat for five days until he was killed

    Faith, Jr., Don C.Don C. Faith, Jr. ArmyO-05Lieutenant ColonelBattle of Chosin Reservoir, Korea01950-11-27November 27, 1950 to 01950-12-01December 1, 19501st Battalion, 32d Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry DivisionRisked his life repeatedly leading his men in combat for five days until he was killed

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    Page, John U. D.John U. D. Page ArmyO-05Lieutenant ColonelBattle of Chosin Reservoir, Korea01950-11-29November 29, 1950 to 01950-12-10December 10, 1950X Corps Artillery, while attached to the 52d Transportation Truck BattalionRepeatedly attacked the enemy and defended his convoy until killed



    Jackson, Joe M.Joe M. JacksonAir ForceO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelKham Duc, Republic of Vietnam01968-05-12May 12, 1968For a daring airborne rescue of American special forces troops



    Jones, III, William A.William A. Jones, III*Air ForceO-06 !ColonelDong Hoi—North Vietnamnear Đồng Hới, North Vietnam01968-10-01September 1, 1968Risked his life to fly his heavily damaged plane back to base to relay the location of a downed pilot




    Lucas, Andre C.Andre C. Lucas*ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelFire Support Base Ripcord, Republic of Vietnam01970-07-01July 1, 1970 – 01970-07-23July 23, 1970For extraordinary heroism while serving as the commanding officer of the 2d Battalion

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    Rogers, Charles C.Charles C. RogersArmyO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelFishhook, near Cambodian border, Republic of Vietnam01968-12-01November 1, 1968Risked his life to repel the enemy and protect his soldiers during an enemy assault on his firebase.

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    Baker, Addison E.Addison E. Baker Army Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Ploiesti, Romania (Operation Tidal Wave)01943-08-01August 1, 1943For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy on August 1, 1943. On this date he led his command, the 93d Heavy Bombardment Group, on a daring low-level attack against enemy oil refineries and installations at Ploesti, Rumania.

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    Bauer, Harold W.Harold W. Bauer Marine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelSouth Pacific area01942-05-10May 10, 1942 – 01942-12-14November 14, 1942For extraordinary heroism and conspicuous courage as Squadron Commander of Marine Fighting Squadron TWO TWELVE in the South Pacific Area during the period May 10 to November 14, 1942.

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    Chambers, Justice M.Justice M. ChambersMarine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelIwo Jima, Volcano Islands01945-03-19February 19, 1945 – 01945-03-22February 22, 1945



    Cole, Robert G.Robert G. Cole ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelnear Carentan, France01944-07-11June 11, 1944For leading a charge across a field swept by German machineguns and artillery.




    Craw, Demas T.Demas T. Craw Army Air ForcesO-06 !Colonelnear Port Lyautey, French Morocco01942-12-08November 8, 1942

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    Doolittle, JimmyJimmy DoolittleArmy Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Japan01942-05-18April 18, 1942For leading the Doolittle Raid over the Japanese mainland.



    Dyess, Aquilla J.Aquilla J. Dyess Marine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelNamur Island, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands01944-03-01February 1, 1944 – 01944-03-02February 2, 1944

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    Johnson, Leon W.Leon W. JohnsonArmy Air ForcesO-06 !ColonelPloesti Raid, Romania01943-08-01August 1, 1943

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    Johnson, Leon W.Leon W. JohnsonArmy Air ForcesO-06 !ColonelPloesti Raid, Romania01943-08-01August 1, 1943




    Kane, John R.John R. KaneArmy Air ForcesO-06 !ColonelPloesti Raid, Romania01943-08-01August 1, 1943




    Kearby, Neel E.Neel E. KearbyArmy Air ForcesO-06 !Colonelnear Wewak, New Guinea01943-10-11October 11, 1943




    Obrien, William J.William J. O'Brien ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelSaipan, Marianas Islands01944-07-20June 20, 1944 – 01944-07-07July 7, 1944

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    Shoup, David M.David M. ShoupMarine CorpsColonelBetio Island, Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert Islands01943-12-20November 20, 1943 – 01943-12-22November 22, 1943Wrote battle plan for Tarawa assault, directed assault from trench on Betio beach as first waves came ashore.Twenty-second Commandant of the United States Marine Corps (January 1, 1960 – December 31, 1963)

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    Vance, Jr., Leon R.Leon R. Vance, Jr. Army Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Wimereaux, France01944-07-05June 5, 1944Died in unrelated air crash before receiving his Medal.

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    Ware, Keith L.Keith L. WareArmyO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelnear Sigolsheim, France01944-12-26December 26, 1944




    Wilbur, William H.William H. WilburArmyColonelFedala, North Africa01942-12-08November 8, 1942

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    Baker, Addison E.Addison E. Baker Army Air ForcesO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelover Ploiesti, Romania (Operation Tidal Wave)01943-08-01August 1, 1943For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy on August 1, 1943. On this date he led his command, the 93d Heavy Bombardment Group, on a daring low-level attack against enemy oil refineries and installations at Ploesti, Rumania.

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    Bauer, Harold W.Harold W. Bauer Marine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelSouth Pacific area01942-05-10May 10, 1942 – 01942-12-14November 14, 1942For extraordinary heroism and conspicuous courage as Squadron Commander of Marine Fighting Squadron TWO TWELVE in the South Pacific Area during the period May 10 to November 14, 1942.

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    Chambers, Justice M.Justice M. ChambersMarine CorpsO-05 !Lieutenant ColonelIwo Jima, Volcano Islands01945-03-19February 19, 1945 – 01945-03-22February 22, 1945

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    Cole, Robert G.Robert G. Cole ArmyO-05 !Lieutenant Colonelnear Carentan, France01944-07-11June 11, 1944For leading a charge across a field swept by German machineguns and artillery.




    Craw, Demas T.Demas T. Craw Army Air ForcesO-06 !Colonelnear Port Lyautey, French Morocco01942-12-08November 8, 1942
    Thank you for your service to our country! I agree with your evaluation of sg3. Happy New Year to all Jets fans even the alleged ones like sg3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Jet View Post
    That is your opinion McGinley and why did you NOT chose to use it but instead chose to reply here so we all could see your alleged brilliance?

    I enjoyed reading the man's response to the one trick pony named sg3. Yes we know the man hates Tebow. He has only told us a million times and will forever but that is his right!

    I salute the Jetsneednewton for his service to our country and I wish to tell the advocates of censorship to bug off! That is why guys fight to protect our freedom of speech even sg3's! ( unfortunately)
    How about my service to my country moron??

    Vietnam...I know...long time ago

    Way back before showing patriotism became 20s aged able bodied young men standing and waving their budweisers at sporting events shouting USA...

    BTW I salute Newton too and thank him for his service

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