I knew a 1SG who would call an alert for the whole company and march them to the MP Station in the middle of the night so that the FIrst Sergeant would sign for the Soldier. Needless to say there were very little problems in that unit. Public punishment works the best.
March 19, 2015 at 12:48pm
But they do not use the telephone and have the victim buy Green Dot prepaid debit cards. They uses legal means such as letters with legitimate numbers and also warrants.
[-3] March 18, 2015 at 2:17pm
The cops panicked right away and started to shoot. The man did not pose a threat. I know as I have done this before on a few occasions and the ones I dealt with were grunts and Rangers. Give the man respect and he would have kept peaceful and the mother would have not been screaming. What is being taught in the police academies today?
You calling him Dr Spock shows your ignorance, Dr Benjamin Spock was a child psychologist with messed thinking about raising kids. Spock on the other hand was a character who was half human and half Valcan. He was also called Mr. Spock. Never Dr Spock
 February 28, 2015 at 6:03pm
The bad guy gets killed, saves the taxpayers a ton of money and everyone lives happily ever after.
 February 28, 2015 at 3:03pm
One word describes this, sportsmanship.
 February 24, 2015 at 11:28pm
Both Glenn and Lady Gaga are gracious respectful to each other which is a great thing. The world needs more of this.
Pappy did right in teaching her how to handle the shotgun. Great job young lady.
February 24, 2015 at 12:33am
I am not a fan of Lady Gaga, but when I came across the album she made with Tony Bennett, I was very much impressed with her. I would listen to her a lot if she sings jazz and not rely on the visual effects that is normally associated with her acts. She has an incredible voice and is very attractive when dressed like a normal woman. Tattoos are a major distraction though. I think she is wasting her talents in the genre she current is in.
February 24, 2015 at 12:20am
From your comment I take it that your listened to their album “Cheek to Cheek”. I enjoyed it very much. Pity that she wont change her genre to jazz as she does have the voice for it. The tatoos has to go.
February 23, 2015 at 11:57pm
Putting all Esprite de Corpse banter aside, doesn’t matter where we served or what jobs we did. I was an MP for 13 years, with a short tour in Recruiting in northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan. During that time, I did VIP security mission in Korea on the DMZ, security for items that are vital for National Security, along with the usual MP duties. After that I I served in the Infantry for 10 years and that was in the army guard which included fighting forest fires and deployments for possible civil unrest.
Everytime I get thanked for serving by a younger SM, I tell them that the best way to thank me is to do their duties 110% effort and to serve with honor.
This sleezy looking VA Secretary I have no respect for.
February 23, 2015 at 11:42pm
You do not have to serve in a Ranger battalion to go to Ranger school, just like Airborne and Air Assault school. I turned down Air Assault school due to living out of a suitcase for several months and have not worked with my unit with my normal job plus just plain tired of all the traveling. That was due to special missions, mandatory schools, and leave. Looking back I wished I went. Could have given me different assignments.
February 19, 2015 at 10:55am
I’m 56 and my mom is Mom and my dad is Dad. Both passed away years ago, but will always be Mom and Dad. I have never heard anyone say the opposite in my life and I have lived in several countries. And to my daughter I will always be Papa.
 February 15, 2015 at 11:35am
So is Comcast responsible as they tried and succeeded in check fraud by depositing a check that is made out to another person.
 February 15, 2015 at 11:28am
We really pacified the Germans. I saw that in the 1970′s when I was first stationed in Germany. The pacification got worse over the years. My last unit was attached to the 12th Panzer Division and they were a bunch of whimps. Since we were a forward deployed brigade commanded by a one star we trained like we would fight. Meaning we lived in the field among other things. During joint exercises,the Germans would cry that they could not live in hotels. What surprised me were the French as they ate up our training and loved every minute of it.
I had a chance to speak with a German who served in the East German army and their training was similar to ours.
Germans wont be able to fight anyone and they know it, so they cave in to the Muslim. Pity that they have fallen so far from their glory days.
raydg, I too was stationed in Germany. Once in Geißen and once in Darmstadt for a total of 6 years. I was also very disappointed in how soft and unmotivated the German troops were. I was a Combat Engineer and a member of the 547th Engineer Battalion, 130th Engineer Brigade (Mechanized). Even worse were German civilians. They were effeminate, weak, and soft. No wonder the IslamoNazis have been able to brow beat and intimidate the Germans into cancelling their march. And 70 years of social(ist) engineering, effeminizing, and political correctness is responsible for the Europeans capitulating to the Wahabbists without even a whisper.