04/25/2015 by militaryphonies
So here is what we have.
Carroll A. Durham, Sergeant with the U.S. Army
Served his country from 1968 to 1970, active duty
1970 to 1974, reserves.
Galiantly fought in the Vietnam war,
as he depicts in his book
“The Forgotten Soldier”.
Earned himself 3 Bronze Stars.
See look at this pic for yourself.
“His bling (can’t call them anything BUT, in this case)
is seriously messed up here.
You DON’T wear more than 1 award unless regulations state otherwise.
In this case, this POSer has THREE *count them*
things on his ASU Dress Uniform. He’s full of Stolen Valor.”
As quoted by a respected individual (Cleaned up a bit)
but none-the-less someone that knows
what he sees is BS!
Soooo many people are calling BS. We do not doubt his service,
we ARE doubting his awards. And as y’all know, in here that is called
STOLEN VALOR!!!!!!! POSer!
Even some of the book reviews by MILITARY PEERS and COLLEGE KIDS from Amazon and
Barnes & Noble are not favorable.
Here is a quote taken from
“The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 (Pub.L. 113–12; H.R. 258)
is a United States federal law that was passed
by the 113th United States Congress.
The law amends the federal criminal code
to make it a crime for a person to fraudulently claim
having received any of a series of particular military decorations
with the intention of obtaining money, property, or other
tangible benefit from convincing someone that he or she
rightfully did receive that award”
So wouldn’t selling your book
while wearing medals that you
did not rightfully earn be considered