Friday, May 21, 2010

Problem solved

I'm unclear why people are saying this issue is a "potential problem" for the Army....

(Texas man faked way into Army, Danny Robbins, AP via Yahoo! News)
Jesse Bernard Johnston III, 26, joined the Army Reserve in February as a sergeant and was assigned to the Corps Support Airplane Company based at the Fort Worth Naval Air Station. But he wasn't qualified to hold that rank, according to military records obtained by the AP. The records show that Johnston's only military experience was attending part of a 12-week Marine officer candidate course for college students in 2004.
So, the guy went around claiming he was a Marine when he really wasn't?

Just turn him over to the boys at Lejeune and let them deal with him.

End of problem.

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