06/17/2013 by militaryphonies
It appears Megan is still taking every opportunity to grab a photo op; you know, because if you are a fake survivor of multiple helicopter crashes, broken bones from firing artillery, and an entire combat flight crew, you get opportunities like this.
But that is nothing new, she does that at every opportunity it seems.
She just loves to be in the spotlight. Never made an attempt at an apology or admitting she embellished her career in the Marines beyond recognition. Some of these people will just never stop.
Oh, and the ultimate irony is…………wait for it……………….
It seems she was front and almost center when she took this picture of POTUS signing the new Stolen Valor Act.
Read on if you are unfamiliar with this case:
The claims found in the video that her records indicate can not be true:
8 years in the Marine Corps Operation Enduring Freedom
CH46E Crew Chief
50% Combat Disabled Veteran
2 Helicopter Crashs
Antipersonnel Mine in Hum V Attack
Years of physical therapy
Would never have children because of injuries
Would be able to walk but never run because of injuries
Suffered a broken back
Only woman to serve in combat with 5th Marines?
Mixed Martial Arts Training with 2/11
Pulled the cord (lanyard I assume) on howitzer and suffered 2 bruised ribs and a broken wrist.
Job Description: Aviation supply specialists are required to perform those aviation unique functions necessary to provide logistical support to aviation activities. Their prime objective is to satisfy valid customer requirements. They perform all functions related to providing aviation peculiar supply support, to include financial management, inventory management, material management, facilities and storage management, personnel staffing, and requisitioning procedures. Duties include validation of customer requirements, processing requisitions, submitting requisitions, initiating appropriate follow-up actions, and processing and delivering material in accordance with all government regulations and procedures. In addition, aviation supply specialists have an understanding of acquisition procedures, provisioning and requirements determination, material handling procedures, and fiscal accounting and purchasing procedures in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations.
(1) Must possess a GT score of 100 or higher.
(2) Complete the Marine Aviation Supply Course.
(3) Must have a basic understanding of PC operations/applications.
(4) Meet the requirements to obtain a state drivers license
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