David M. Roundtree aka Rountree, US Air Force , Special Forces, Vietnam Veteran , POSer, Blog of Shame


04/11/2015 by militaryphonies


He claims to have served in the Air Force from 1972-1976, with reserve time in 1976-1978.  He claims to have been in the Air Force Special Forces and was at Mayaguez in May 12-15, 1975 and at the Fall of Saigon in 1975.

He claimed to have earned the Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars and the purple heart in Vietnam.

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img006Two Year Enlistment. Discharged as an E-3
img007Basic Military Training, He never deployed off of the CONUS . The NSDM is the only medal he earned. 

Another web-site going to in depth detail over his claims and Embellishments

Author and TV Personality, David Rountree, Accused of Stolen Valor and Academic Embellishment

Click to access Rountree-expose.pdf

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8 thoughts on “David M. Roundtree aka Rountree, US Air Force , Special Forces, Vietnam Veteran , POSer, Blog of Shame

  1. […] Scotty sends his work on the David Rountree fellow. I guess he’s a ghostbusting hero on cable TV’s Destination America channel. But, he claims that he was a VC-killing Air Force Special Forces Captain in the final days of the Vietnam War; […]

  2. ThatGuy says:

    Yes, he’s a definitely a POS. Maybe the New Jersey authorities should start looking into this guy

  3. Michael says:

    The “worst paranormal” site allows comments on articles. I posted links to here and TAH. Roundtree is a bag of shit who needs to be flushed.

  4. David says:

    Really the Mayaguez? For Security Police this is one we know by heart. If he was or had anything to do with the Mayaguez he would be crowing loudly about 56th Security Police Squadron and being in Thailand.

  5. Bob Zornes says:

    Air Force Special Forces, eh? There is only one, ONE US Special Forces and it is the US Army. Period.

    • Ben says:

      Actually there is more than one Special Forces unless you wish to quibble about the exactness of the name. But yes, the Army has the most.

      Joint Special Operations Command
      United States Army 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta
      United States Army Intelligence Support Activity
      United States Army Flight Concepts Division (FCD)
      United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group
      66 Air Operations Squadron (66 AOS)
      427th Special Operations Squadron

      United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)[123]
      United States Army Special Forces Command[123]
      1st Special Forces Group[123]
      3rd Special Forces Group[123]
      5th Special Forces Group[123]
      7th Special Forces Group[123]
      10th Special Forces Group[123]
      19th Special Forces Group (National Guard)[123]
      20th Special Forces Group (National Guard)[123]
      75th Ranger Regiment[123]
      United States Army Special Operations Aviation Command (ARSOAC)[123]
      160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment “Night Stalkers”[123]
      Special Operations Aviation Training Battalion[123]
      United States Army Special Operations Command Flight Detachment[123]

      Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC)[123]
      Naval Special Warfare Group 1: SEAL Teams 1, 3, 5, 7[123]
      Naval Special Warfare Group 2: SEAL Teams 2, 4, 8, 10[123]
      Naval Special Warfare Group 3: SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team 1[123]
      Naval Special Warfare Group 4: Special Boat Teams 12, 20, 22[123]
      Naval Special Warfare Group 10[123]
      Naval Special Warfare Group 11: SEAL Teams 17, 18 (Reserves)[123]
      Naval Special Warfare Center[123]
      United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group[123]

      Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC)[123]
      1st Special Operations Wing[123]
      24th Special Operations Wing[123]
      27th Special Operations Wing[123]
      193d Special Operations Wing (ANG)[123]
      919th Special Operations Wing (AFR)[123]
      352nd Special Operations Group[123]
      353rd Special Operations Group[123]
      United States Air Force Special Operations Training Center[123]

      United States Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC)
      Marine Special Operations Regiment
      Marine Special Operations Support Group
      Marine Corps Force reconnaissance

      • CSM (Ret.) Michael Salfai says:

        Ben – The title, “Special Forces” has a very specific meaning and applies ONLY to the U.S. Army Special Forces or “Green Berets” as they are commonly known. The other organizations you list are not Special Forces, but they are members of the “Special Operations” community. Civilians commonly confuse the two terms/titles but if you mention “Special Forces” to a military person they will know you are referring to the U.S. Army Special Forces.

  6. CSM (Ret.) Michael Salfai says:

    First of all he is out of uniform. Goatee’s and/or Fu Manchu’s are not authorized to be worn while in Class A Uniform, even for retirees/veterans. All services require that active duty appearance standards be maintained by all who wear the uniform. Secondly, there are no Air Force “Special Forces”. Only the U.S. Army has Special Forces. The Air Force does have SOF units, we called them “Air Commando’s” in Viet Nam in 65/66.

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