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  1. dweidman is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamauchi
    Hey Daniel,

    I sent an email today about my experience with Richard. I put his name in the subject so you'd know it was from me. I wanted to let you know just in case it goes to junk mail.
    Got it. Thanks!

    Just so everyone else knows - the information in your email is anecdotal - so not useful for an investigation (directly).

    Thanks again -

    -Daniel
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    Even if he won a base wrestling competition, to call himself a "military wrestling champ" is stretching it when you consider that the military has wrestlers that compete in the olympics. Furthermore, I've never even heard of a military base having a basewide wrestling(folkstyle) tourney. MACP and MCMAP tourneys sure, but wrestling outside of the military wrestling teams, that would be a first for me.
    Last edited by zookrider; 9/08/2008 5:02pm at . Reason: grammer
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    Does anyone know how to verify military service (Navy)?

    EDIT - nevermind - found the process here:

    http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/mil...-form-180.html

    I will see what he presents first - and if there are questions - I can fill out the form.

    What questions / documents should I ask to verify service?

    Thanks,

    -Daniel
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    Quote Originally Posted by dweidman
    Does anyone know how to verify military service (Navy)?

    EDIT - nevermind - found the process here:

    http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/mil...-form-180.html

    I will see what he presents first - and if there are questions - I can fill out the form.

    What questions / documents should I ask to verify service?

    Thanks,

    -Daniel
    A DD-214 would be the best thing. It's the discharge paperwork that all servicemembers recieve when they leave the service and the proof that is requested by anybody attempting to verify military service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zookrider
    A DD-214 would be the best thing. It's the discharge paperwork that all servicemembers recieve when they leave the service and the proof that is requested by anybody attempting to verify military service.
    Perfect - I will ask to see it when I visit later this week.

    Thanks again for the help.

    -Daniel
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    Quote Originally Posted by dweidman
    Perfect - I will ask to see it when I visit later this week.

    Thanks again for the help.

    -Daniel

    Daniel,

    I am active duty Navy so if you need more help let me know, I can shake a few trees and see what falls out.

    Ask him if he was officer or enlisted.

    If officer; LDO, ROTC, or Academy, if Academy what his designator and linear number were, if enlisted what his rate where he went to boot camp and A school, and what his paygrade was.

    Ask him what years he was at Pensacola as well.
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    For what it's worth, I happen to know that there is a Racing team in Prague called BR LUBRAX who has a top tier former driver and coach named Karl Loprais (sometimes spelled Karel).

    You might want to ask Cumspot if he is a racing fan. :p

    Also as a wrestler, I bet money he never one anything with a pencil neck like that. Strictly an observation based on your pictures, though.
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    He screams like a little girl as the pain ripples through his arm, shoots up into his brain, and now your dick is hard.


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    Woah. Alex Van Halen got huge.

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    http://www.thewrestlingtalk.com/pdf/...CAA%201999.pdf

    I'd also like to see what he considers welterweight in wrestling, cause last time I checked, in collegiate tournaments they only use numerical weight nomenclature with the exception of "super heavy".

    No mention in this list of names of a Richard Cumpson or Haaker, but for all you history buffs, Brock Lesnar places second at 285. :p
    Quote Originally Posted by Sarcastro
    He screams like a little girl as the pain ripples through his arm, shoots up into his brain, and now your dick is hard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AMF
    Daniel,

    I am active duty Navy so if you need more help let me know, I can shake a few trees and see what falls out.

    Ask him if he was officer or enlisted.

    If officer; LDO, ROTC, or Academy, if Academy what his designator and linear number were, if enlisted what his rate where he went to boot camp and A school, and what his paygrade was.

    Ask him what years he was at Pensacola as well.
    Awesome information. I will add that to the list.

    Thanks - appreciate it.

    -Daniel
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    That actually should have read;

    If he was an officer, what his designator was and if he went to the academy what his linear number is.

    All officers have a designator, the ones that go to the Naval Academy get assigned a linear number.

    Sorry about that.
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