Dave Cox, US Air Force Combat Controller , Vietnam and Operation Desert Storm, Blog of Shame


04/10/2016 by militaryphonies

Dave Cox served a total of twenty years on active duty in the U.S. Air Force.With an additional three years in the U.S. Air Force Reserve and the U.S. Army National Guard.



Below is a FaceBook screen snip of Dave Cox claiming that the clothes he is wearing are part of his ” combat aircrew uniform ” while he was an Air Force Master Sergeant.Also is the comment of Mark Lauer explaining to him how that uniform was never an Air Force uniform and that it was issued to the U.S. Army years after Dave Cox had retired from the U.S. Air Force. 




Below is a FaceBook screen clip of Dave Cox military claims after being asked to see his dd-214. A combat controller with time in Vietnam and Operation Desert StormScreenshot006




Summary ;  

The Freedom of Information (FOIA)release from the National Personal Records Center shows the dates of service,  and the awards and decorations that Mr Cox attended,earned, and served upon.

 In comparison to his claims on Social Media and what was released on his FOIA. They are completely different. Mr Cox did not receive the training to be a ” Combat Controller “. Nor does it show the Medals he would have earned if he had indeed served in Vietnam and/or Operation Desert Storm.His only overseas deployment was to Kadena Air Force Base, Japan.Mr Cox was first trained in aircraft maintenance and mechanics. He then trained in Administration management and Recruiting.    

FaceBook Link # 1. https://www.facebook.com/david.cox.737?hc_location=ufi

FaceBook Link # 2. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011383223989&hc_location=ufi


This Ain’t Hell Link ; 

Dave Cox, phony combat veteran

5 thoughts on “Dave Cox, US Air Force Combat Controller , Vietnam and Operation Desert Storm, Blog of Shame

  1. KillerB says:

    Boom. Real career crapped upon just to sound like the hero he wasn’t.

  2. Zippo says:

    Another case of Huge Ego and Tiny Penis……

  3. David Rhone says:

    Truly sad that a man with years of honorable service would throw his reputation away just to impress people who don’t really know him. DR – RVN 67-68

  4. josebordetas says:

    The crazy part is that compared to many he was a hero. At least he gave his country years of honorable service. Why mess with that?

  5. Lance 4 life says:

    He just had to open his mouth at just the wrong time.
    He was doing just fine flying under the radar in his bi-plane,, got cocky and broke evasive protocol to engage an A-10 Warthog

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