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    Stolen Valor- Thank you Crespo.

    Thank you for breaking this story. Let’s see what the FOP will do. Will the pride team denounce this liar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Thank you for breaking this story. Let’s see what the FOP will do. Will the pride team
    denounce this liar.
    For those who survived Paris Island and the rigors of whatever subsequent deployments, for a "fat body" like Carollo to falsely claim he is a Marine, and we say "IS" because once a Marine ALWAYS a Marine, is an insult deserving a "Code Red," figuratively at least.

    At the next Miami Commission meeting, a true "Devil Dog;" attired in the Corps most appropriate Uniform for the occasion, should demand that Carollo prove his claim or apologize for soiling the Marine Corps, those who now serve, have served, sacrificed lives and limbs serving our Nation. The “blood stripe” demands it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    For those who survived Paris Island and the rigors of whatever subsequent deployments, for a "fat body" like Carollo to falsely claim he is a Marine, and we say "IS" because once a Marine ALWAYS a Marine, is an insult deserving a "Code Red," figuratively at least.

    At the next Miami Commission meeting, a true "Devil Dog;" attired in the Corps most appropriate Uniform for the occasion, should demand that Carollo prove his claim or apologize for soiling the Marine Corps, those who now serve, have served, sacrificed lives and limbs serving our Nation. The “blood stripe” demands it!
    Okay there nurse Danny the bed pans need cleaning and someone is short a sheet.

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    There’s a group in city hall and here trying to replace him with our acting chief

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    Sailors ,If this is true ,will be a disgraced for those of us that were in the China sea outside Shanghai in a nuclear submarine for six month under five hundred feet of water monitor Charlie communications . I can assured you that he wasn't in the naval academy that's for sure

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    Sailors ,If this is true ,will be a disgraced for those of us that were in the China sea outside Shanghai in a nuclear submarine for six month under five hundred feet of water monitor Charlie communications . I can assured you that he wasn't in the naval academy that's for sure

    Sailor, you have either been under for far too long underwater or your nautical extrapolation are all skewed. From "outside Shanghai;” surely under "international waters," to the coast of Vietnam there are 1479 nautical miles. That's a hell of distance to "monitor Charlie's communication." Doubtless you must have had super secrete; yet to be disclosed listening devices or you are suffering from delusions of grandeur.

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    Boot camp

    Even the Marine Reserves have to go through the standard 12 week Marine Boot Camp. Did this clown go to Parris Island or San Diego?

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    Wanna Be cop

    Quick picking on this guy. He couldn’t even make it as an Airport Crossing Guard. This sorry loser obviously has some serious mental issues.
    He probably runs around his bedroom in police pajamas.


    His commander at the airport district, dropped this evaluation into his personnel file upon his separation from the force: “Based upon continuing problems in the areas of attitude, attendance, adherence to rules and regulations, and his less-than-satisfactory performance, Officer Carollo is not recommended for re-employment.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sailor, you have either been under for far too long underwater or your nautical extrapolation are all skewed. From "outside Shanghai;” surely under "international waters," to the coast of Vietnam there are 1479 nautical miles. That's a hell of distance to "monitor Charlie's communication." Doubtless you must have had super secrete; yet to be disclosed listening devices or you are suffering from delusions of grandeur.
    Ronald, spend most of his time either on shore duty or under the polar cap. He was what, you called a cold water sailor.. Did I get that right Ron? Well except in 1986, when he went to the Army ranger school, for cooking Within the last 5 months of his 4 year enlistment.. I think he missed the writing that you had to have a min. of 24 months left on your enlistment to apply and go. Plus a need of your MOS or leadership training to be accepted. Then again Ron's all sort of special, just ask him he'll tell you how great he is. When Ron, was employed here, he didn't really have the time to Google , Ranger training or advance airborne school. Now, with all this free time on his hands, he's our only cook sailor, that won all of the nation's highest military medals, been in more combat then any "A" team. According to his DD-214 he joined the navy in 1982 and according to him again just in the nick of time to enter Vietnam, which I think someone forgot to tell him ended in 1975 or so.... You think maybe that the air filters on the U.S.S. Porkypig, he served on didn't supply enough air and he lost some brain cells??

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    Ronald, spend most of his time either on shore duty or under the polar cap. He was what, you called a cold water sailor.. Did I get that right Ron? Well except in 1986, when he went to the Army ranger school, for cooking Within the last 5 months of his 4 year enlistment.. I think he missed the writing that you had to have a min. of 24 months left on your enlistment to apply and go. Plus a need of your MOS or leadership training to be accepted. Then again Ron's all sort of special, just ask him he'll tell you how great he is. When Ron, was employed here, he didn't really have the time to Google , Ranger training or advance airborne school. Now, with all this free time on his hands, he's our only cook sailor, that won all of the nation's highest military medals, been in more combat then any "A" team. According to his DD-214 he joined the navy in 1982 and according to him again just in the nick of time to enter Vietnam, which I think someone forgot to tell him ended in 1975 or so.... You think maybe that the air filters on the U.S.S. Porkypig, he served on didn't supply enough air and he lost some brain cells??
    Why do you hate so much on our own military hero , you should be proud that these dept had a naval officer highly decorated
    instead of coming here and trying to discredit or ridicule his missions , you obviously never been inside a submarine and the feeling that you get once they close that latch .

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