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  1. introduction

    hello... this is Gerardo and being in a profession of an arms and security expert, I've visited several military camps of Us army which brought me to a thought that how much innovative has been the technology..

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    introduction

    Troll if I've ever seen one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Troll if I've ever seen one.
    Seems more like English is a second language. Sorry to disappoint your troll hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Troll if I've ever seen one.
    Seems more like English is a second language. Sorry to disappoint your troll hunting.

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    Don't make me judge. I didn't understand a single word of what he just said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warbirds View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Troll if I've ever seen one.
    Seems more like English is a second language. Sorry to disappoint your troll hunting.

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    Arms and security expert contracted by the US military and he can't even speak or write English? Not a troll hunt, just my observation.

    And yes I know he didn't say he was contracted but let's see you drive up to a military base and say, "I'm an Arms and Security expert, can I come in?", and not get turned away or arrested. You need credentials for something like that which requires being a contractor or consultant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Arms and security expert contracted by the US military and he can't even speak or write English? Not a troll hunt, just my observation.

    And yes I know he didn't say he was contracted but let's see you drive up to a military base and say, "I'm an Arms and Security expert, can I come in?", and not get turned away or arrested. You need credentials for something like that which requires being a contractor or consultant.
    And working knowledge of the Engrish Ranguage.

  8. We had an attempted entry where I work, bout 20 years ago, when the cold war was still going on.
    It was an Ukranian "Diplomat" who tried to bluff his way onto the site, using his Diplomatic passport...
    He caused a full blown security Lockdown for several hours.
    Wasn't thrilled to have so many M-16's pointed at him...(The troops all have M4's now)
    Stupid Bastidge, I think the State department made him PNG (Persona Non Grata) for attempted spying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bajabum View Post
    We had an attempted entry where I work, bout 20 years ago, when the cold war was still going on.
    It was an Ukranian "Diplomat" who tried to bluff his way onto the site, using his Diplomatic passport...
    He caused a full blown security Lockdown for several hours.
    Wasn't thrilled to have so many M-16's pointed at him...(The troops all have M4's now)
    Stupid Bastidge, I think the State department made him PNG (Persona Non Grata) for attempted spying.
    Ya when I was on Pendleton for MCT we had an incident like that. Three middle-eastern men showed up in a pickup truck, got turned away, then showed back up a couple hours later in a different car with wires hanging out of the glove box. MP's didn't like that one very much. We were on lockdown for half the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Ya when I was on Pendleton for MCT we had an incident like that. Three middle-eastern men showed up in a pickup truck, got turned away, then showed back up a couple hours later in a different car with wires hanging out of the glove box. MP's didn't like that one very much. We were on lockdown for half the day.
    Crazies. They're everywhere. I was visiting a friend at his favorite assignment, (lmao) a Marine Corps recruiting office, a few years ago and some crazy dude came in and told a certain Gunny "I think I might be a terrorist." We had to jump on the Gunny and pin him to the floor to keep him from sticking his kabar through the little ******* neck. I don't know who grabbed the weetard, but he was unconscious and bleeding from the ears when the police showed up.

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