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    Captain Chris

    http://www.closecombattraining.com/captainchris.php

    I know this was hinted at in another thread, but it bears it's own thread, We have the story of "Military intellegence officer" but also I think a new one of some "Stem cell treatment for whatever" (we have viable stem cell treaments now do we??)

    All I have to say is Bwhaaa

    #2
    I'd REALLY like to see a bio of his military service.

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      #3
      Didn't you guys see? It was in the Army Times! Sheesh!
      Originally posted by Cullion
      You sound like a foaming-at-the-mouth-loon out of Dr. Strangelove.
      Sometimes, we put Ricin in the Cocaine. :ninja7:

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        #4
        Originally posted by SFGOON
        Didn't you guys see? It was in the Army Times! Sheesh!
        Must have missed it, I'm still cut up about Captain America dying ;)

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          #5
          Originally posted by SFGOON
          Didn't you guys see? It was in the Army Times! Sheesh!
          What, the "Major Faker" story? :icon_lol:

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            #6
            gentlemen, i do not think this will go too much longer, when we get more info, we will let you know---he has been a captain for awhile now-the tapes will still be sub par, no matter what name and rank he uses, as much as dislike him , he does know salesmanship [true or false] , he did it for others--ralph g

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              #7
              Chris applied the accelerated learning tools and tactics he had developed both in the military and education system to successfully compete once again in the martial arts with stunning results (Gold Medal US Grappling Champion, Silver Medal Grappler's Quest National Champion, and a remarkable 147 trophies and medals in Karate, Judo, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, and Boxing).
              He might be a notorious bullshit artist, so it wouldnt really matter, but it should be provable, if he won a medal at Grapplers Quest somewhere in the past, right?

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                #8
                he getting so good, why can't he do a hip throw---some can check these grappling records?--ralph g

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                  #9
                  SFGOON, tell me it isn't true. Please, tell me the mother fucker was not actually in the Army, let alone the military at all. Please, I'm begging you.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by bushi_no_ki
                    SFGOON, tell me it isn't true. Please, tell me the mother fucker was not actually in the Army, let alone the military at all. Please, I'm begging you.
                    God, why do people always flip out when I "verify" an obvious lie. Of course he was never in the Army.
                    Originally posted by Cullion
                    You sound like a foaming-at-the-mouth-loon out of Dr. Strangelove.
                    Sometimes, we put Ricin in the Cocaine. :ninja7:

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                      #11
                      We do have a very limited number of stem cell treatments based on adult stem cell research.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by SFGOON
                        God, why do people always flip out when I "verify" an obvious lie. Of course he was never in the Army.
                        The Close Combat Story:

                        http://www.closecombattraining.com/cctstory.php

                        So are you telling me you have doubts with the veracity of this historical lineage?
                        :icon_scra

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                          #13
                          Info on Human Intellgence

                          The Army's Military Intelligence (MI) is responsible for all intelligence gathered or learned during Army missions. MI Officers are always out front, providing essential intelligence and in many cases saving Soldiers who are fighting on the front lines.

                          Military Intelligence Officers also assess risks associated with friendly and enemy courses of action and act to counter or neutralize identified intelligence threats. The MI Officer also uses intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty of enemy, terrain and weather conditions for a commander.

                          A Military Intelligence Officer specialize in these specific areas:

                          Imagery Intelligence Officer: Supervises the collection and analysis of optical, infrared and RADAR imagery using photogrammetry and terrain analysis.

                          All-Source Intelligence Officer: Performs collection management, surveillance and reconnaissance activities and provides advice on the use of resources on all levels.

                          Counterintelligence Officer: Provides coordination and participation in counterintelligence investigations, operations and production.

                          Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Officer: Coordinates and participates in controlled collection operations and interviews.

                          Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare Officer: Coordinates and participates in the collection of signals intelligence (SIGINT) and conducts electronic warfare.

                          All-Source Intelligence Aviator: Performs duties as Aviator and MI Officer. Coordinates and participates in Special Electronic Mission Aircraft (SEMA) missions.

                          The responsibilities of a Military Intelligence Lieutenant may include:

                          * Commanding and controlling the Military Intelligence Soldiers and combined armed forces during combat and intelligence gathering operations.
                          * Coordinating employment of Military Intelligence Soldiers at all levels of command, from platoon to battalion and higher, in U.S. and multi-national operations.

                          Ask for secondary schools or if he was re-classed

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                            #14
                            ask for this qualification

                            37F (Thirty-Seven Foxtrot)
                            Psychological Operations Specialist

                            SCOPE. Provides selected personnel with instruction on map reading and land navigation; Skill Level 10 psychological operations (PSYOP) tactics, techniques, and procedures as well as a variety of Special Operations Forces (SOF) skills; information collection; target audience analysis; media analysis; media development; media production and dissemination; command post (CPX), situational training (STX) and field training exercises (FTX); and Department of the Army directed common core subjects (CTT).

                            PURPOSE. To qualify Initial Entry Training (IET) reserve component (RC) and active component (AC) enlisted personnel and active component reclassification personnel as (PSYOP) specialists.

                            PREREQUISITES. IET enlisted personnel and AC reclassification personnel upon entry into MOS 37F10; Department of Defense (DOD) individuals with PSYOP responsibilities upon assignment to PSYOP staff positions; Army personnel (AC/RC) must meet the MOS initial entry prerequisites described in AR 611-201, Enlisted Career Management Fields and Military Occupational Specialty. AC PSYOP personnel will be airborne qualified following completion of AIT and prior to attendance at United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (USAJFKSWCS) language school. Each 37F AIT student will have a qualifying score on Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB) prior to departing for their unit of assignment.

                            SPECIAL INFO. DOD personnel will attend course upon approval of Commander USAJFKSWCS.

                            SECURITY CLEARANCE. SECRET

                            COURSE LENGTH. 12 weeks

                            FREQUENCY. 8 classes per year (FY04)

                            CLASS SIZE. MAX 60--OPT 40--MIN 20 students per class

                            ADDITIONAL TRAINING. Upon completion of 37F PSYOP AIT, the student will attend Airborne Training at Fort Benning, GA and then return to Fort Bragg and attend Language School (4 or 9 months). Breaks and gaps in training are filled with opportunity training here at Fort Bragg, which may involve combat lifesaver, advanced computer skills, regional/cultural training and other SOF unique courses. Today's 37F PSYOP Specialist is a true information warrior.

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                              #15
                              Or this Civil Affairs

                              38A(thirty-eight alpha)
                              Civil Affairs Specialist

                              SCOPE. To train Soldiers to receive, store, analyze and use Civil Affairs (CA)-relevant information in support of civil-military operations and the six civil affairs mission activities; navigate by terrain association, compass and use of maps, and GPS in support of Civil Affairs (CA) missions; and drive (day/night) and be licensed on the M998 series HMMWV. Students will learn to conduct Civil Affairs mission activities (populace and resources control operations, dislocated civilian operations, humanitarian and civic assistance, civic action, civil defense, and foreign nation support, used by US and non US Government agencies).

                              PREREQUISITES. Must be Reserve Component (RC) enlisted Soldier who has completed Basic Combat Training (BCT) meeting the initial entry requirements for award of Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 38A as described in AR 611-201, Enlisted Career Management Fields and MOS. Students will conduct area surveys to assess, revise and update of area studies from various geographic regions. Practical exercises replicate command post settings, situational training and field exercises, each of which is supplemented by guided discussion, seminars and lectures that provide techniques, procedures, professional knowledge and practical implementation required for CA specialists to support conventional and special operations units across the range of military operations.

                              SPECIAL INFO. None

                              SECURITY CLEARANCE. None (SECRET upon graduation)

                              COURSE LENGTH. 11-12 weeks

                              FREQUENCY. 8 classes per year

                              CLASS SIZE. MAX 60--OPT 40--MIN 20 students per class

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