08/15/2016 by militaryphonies
Meet Justin Sales, a former Air Force dependent riding high off of his previous privileges. Justin has made a life convincing people he is an active duty Air Force member to obtain the little extra perks that go with that status. Though probably not to the level of Stolen Valor, but pretty low in some cases. Most of the claims about him are word of mouth, but include things like, using his fake AF status for jobs, reduced rates for an apartment, base privileges. We were able to grab his LinkedIn profile with his bogus claim on it. We are going to drop a little advice to anyone in the military getting a divorce, and this is from experience; Get that dependent card back in the process of a divorce! It will save you a whole lot of headache!
Justin is claiming just over 6 years of active duty in the Air Force, but the Air Force is saying, ummm never heard of him!
A quick glance at man power confirmed what the US Air Force already told us.
Military spouses determining their military benefits after divorce face a complex process of understanding both civil code and military regulations. It is best for spouses to familiarize themselves with these matters before getting divorced, if possible, and to seek legal counsel for assistance. The Uniformed Services Former Spouse Protection Act (USFSPA) addresses these concerns.
People like Justin do not help the struggle many dependents have after going through a divorce. He gives the impression of being little more than a parasite, feeding off what little valor he can attach himself to.
So welcome Justin! Welcome to the world of exposed POSers, we hope you enjoy your stay because it will be for a very long time.
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