I think this lawyer needs some attention...

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What does this have to do with the Pests?

Someone will kick this douche's ass, don't worry about it.

Oh and I think I've asked this before, don't know if you answered, since when does the Air Force have snipers?
 

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Well, we have done things it the past that did not affect the show, plus we have a few members so thought maybe this might make the show, then we might get orders, who knows. was a thought.

As to the Air force snipers, they have had them for a long time. Hollywood just dosen't make 10,000 movies about Air Force snipers. They are normally under Security Forces (Used to be Security Police). I was a member of EST (Emergancy Situation Team), which is simular to a military SWAT team on base. There has been some media coverage, in the last few years, of Air Force snipers. You would be surprised how many people have asked me then said I was full of shit. Then a few did a couple google searches, and decided they shouldn't call someone out until they researched a bit.

Oh well, back on topic. I would love this POS to get the attention he so richly deserves.
 

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Para rescue is pretty hardcore for the Chair Force. I think it's about the equivalent to a cook in the Marines.
 

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I know they have combat controllers, people who work with the army infantry to call in airstrikes, and Security Forces. Snipers? I don't think so.

well shoot, sniper2323 just proved me wrong

What a piece of shit to do that though. Hope he gets what's coming to him. And to do it in plain sight of that Sgt. just proves the point of lowness.
 

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Para rescue is pretty hardcore for the Chair Force. I think it's about the equivalent to a cook in the Marines.
I have a buddy who was in Special Ops with the Air Force. Evidently, it's serious shit.
 

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I know they have combat controllers, people who work with the army infantry to call in airstrikes, and Security Forces. Snipers? I don't think so.

well shoot, sniper2323 just proved me wrong

What a piece of shit to do that though. Hope he gets what's coming to him. And to do it in plain sight of that Sgt. just proves the point of lowness.
Ok, I will show you just two. the rest you will have to search out on your own.

http://www.af.mil/news/airman/1101/sniper.html

http://www.airforcetimes.com/offduty/sports/at.sniper11.1.06/
 

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You mean MP's? Giving out tickets on the base isn't that tough.
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I have a buddy who was in Special Ops with the Air Force. Evidently, it's serious shit.
Shhh....I know that, and you know that. My Dad was in the Air Force and Army both, I actually like the little pencil pushers (well most of them). I'm just trying to get some fun out of this.
 

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You mean MP's? Giving out tickets on the base isn't that tough.
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Shhh....I know that, and you know that. My Dad was in the Air Force and Army both, I actually like the little pencil pushers (well most of them). I'm just trying to get some fun out of this.

I agree, I am not a fan of the new name, I liked Security Police. Security Forces, ummm not so much.

As for handing out tickets, not so tough.. Now dealing with the base rats, I.E. kids of military personel, what a PITA. Hi Don :action-sm
 

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I agree, I am not a fan of the new name, I liked Security Police. Security Forces, ummm not so much.

As for handing out tickets, not so tough.. Now dealing with the base rats, I.E. kids of military personel, what a PITA. Hi Don :action-sm
From my limited experience with air base security it seems a lot of it is contracted out. Particularly Whiteman, where they did everything but a cavity search when I was delivering stuff to the PX. Fuckers wouldn't let me in because I had a warrant in a state 1000 miles away for not paying a traffic ticket. Apparently because I didn't pay a $100 ticket I was going to steal a B-2 bomber and nuke a city. Fucking rent-a-cops.
 

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Does that beat having a Federal SWAT team called out on you to deliver legal papers..."whaa"
 

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Shit, aren't a lot of cops ex-marines? Couldn't they make this shitdick lawyer's life miserable by looking out for him and ticketing the shit out of him everytime he gets on the road? Sure he'll probably beat most of the tickets, but it should waste his time and be a hell of an inconvenience.
 

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From my limited experience with air base security it seems a lot of it is contracted out. Particularly Whiteman, where they did everything but a cavity search when I was delivering stuff to the PX. Fuckers wouldn't let me in because I had a warrant in a state 1000 miles away for not paying a traffic ticket. Apparently because I didn't pay a $100 ticket I was going to steal a B-2 bomber and nuke a city. Fucking rent-a-cops.
Well please understand, my experience is not within the last few years. Things may have changed. I was in, in the mid 90's. We did have some rent a pricks that to care of some of the federal area's on base. They were a bunch of stuck up, my shit dont stink assholes. So I agree Don, rent a pukes do suck. And don't feel to bad Don, When I made some deliveries to Fairchild, I got the whole security check everytime, and I was on a flatbed hauling sheet metal. Flipping open the hood, open all doors, glove box etc. and I didn't even have a warrant. but these were also base cops not rent a cocks.
 

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Shit, aren't a lot of cops ex-marines? Couldn't they make this shitdick lawyer's life miserable by looking out for him and ticketing the shit out of him everytime he gets on the road? Sure he'll probably beat most of the tickets, but it should waste his time and be a hell of an inconvenience.
:clap:

But then he would turn around and sue because it is race profiling because he is a jeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwww.
 

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Wonder why eh:)



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Para rescue is pretty hardcore for the Chair Force. I think it's about the equivalent to a cook in the Marines.
When pilots get shot down over hostile territory, it's usually the Para-Rescue guys(Known as the Para-Jumpers or PJs) who go get them.....even Marine pilots.
The Air Force do have special forces units. They featured them in the recent "Transformers" movie during the opening attack sequence with Blackout. Plus one of my favorite TV characters was a US Air Force commando....Colonel Jack O' Neill


As for this ass who scratched up this Marines car, that guy better keep a good eye on his car because one day.......SEMPER FI BITCH!
 

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I don't mind the checks at bases to keep things safe, it just ended up costing me more money having to pay that stupid fine off than I made making my delivery!

And yes I know Para Rescue are tough guys, even if on TV they show a Colonel doing actual field work, which we know isn't bloody likely. I was just having a little fun trying to stir up a Marines vs. Chair Force discussion. :D