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    I was in the CANADIAN military , and even I know most of what he said ( if not all) is BS.

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    Well I'm still delaying national service in Brazil, so I'm not going to comment.

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    You don't have to be in the military to be skeptical of someone's wild claims.

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    Originally posted by brandeissansoo
    You don't have to be in the military to be skeptical of someone's wild claims.
    I agree. However, it makes the claims more irritating. If someone walked into a dojo wearing a black belt that they had not earned, somebody may take offense. Same thing in the military. If someone claims to be something (or many things) they do not rate, it tends to piss people off.

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    I am curious how he was promoted to E-6 in 1998, but had been serving since 1975.
    Normally, I'd say I was grappling, but I was taking down and mounting people, and JFS has kindly informed us that takedowns and being mounted are neither grappling nor anti grappling, so I'm not sure what the **** I was doing. Maybe schroedinger's sparring, where it's neither grappling nor anti-grappling until somoene observes it and collapses the waveform, and then I RNC a cat to death.----fatherdog

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    Yeah, verify the things. I only served in germany and it's completely different so I can't comment on what you can do in what time and whatever...

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    Special Forces is overrated.

    One by one, I saw friends go for SAS selection. Almost all of them came back two/three months later with disgusting tropical diseases or screwed up kidneys. And they all went and tried again!

    The wannabes don't bother me, it's the hasbeens that do.

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    Just got done talking to some Jar....er Marines (note: Some Marines don't like to be called Jarheads unless you're able to pound them into the ground.:D) This is what I got. Marines can got to BDUs and become SEALs BUT they have to transfer to the Navy in order to be assigned to a team. I gave them the credentials and they say it highy unlikely but probable for a person to do this. They also share my same feelings about claiming DELTA and they find it odd that one person has been involved with so many Elite units. So this persons dossier should be fat. So I would like to request a copy of the DD214 and/or 201 file
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    I can see the Marines and the SEAL connection, both being under the Navy ( correct?).
    But I don't see the Delta one happening.
    Can you go from Navy to army to marines THAT easy in the States??

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    I do know that a point in his life Lee was injured and left the military working as a full time Truck Driver at the same company as myself for several years off and on before going back in the military. I believe he re-entered a different branch of the military.. As mentioned in my other post I did not serve with him and can only verify his martial arts training and the crazy lifestyle I have seen him live outside the military.

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