Mr. John Giduck is an honorably discharged American soldier

And here is the proof (and some more interesting information here):

Redactions made to protect "OPSEC" (which means Operations Security... which makes no sense. If only there were another term to describe personal or personnel security. oh well).

For more information on our Dear Leader’s service record please visit: http://thetruthaboutsocnetlies.wordpress.com/the-truth-about-socnet-lies-site-map/

Here is where I learned about OPSEC (which means operational security):

Oh no you dit'nt!

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4 thoughts on “Mr. John Giduck is an honorably discharged American soldier

  1. Classic. I am quite relieved to know that they are so concerned about operational security. It isn’t as though there are all kinds of references to classified units sprinkled liberally through JG’s online biographies. Um….. Wait, let me try that again.

    It isn’t like JG has ever implied that he has more experience than he actually does……. Dammit! Gimme a second- I know I’ve got this.

    Wait, I’ve got it- it isn’t like JG has ever released PII on friendly forces personnel who are actively serving a role in our countries defense………… Shit. I got nothin’

  2. This form is a blatant lie! It says that John Giduck has no decorations and awards. It simply can’t be true – he must have got at least one (1) challenge coin, one (1) recognition certificate, and possibly an anti-SEAL uniform. I suggest that we immediately start a website FOIAlies.com

    • Tasha,
      I’m beginning to sense some sarcasm in your posts. We do not tolerate sarcasm here.
      You must go.
      Sincerely,
      Konstantin G. Bogaevskaia

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