I think it's stupid of him to wear that, but I don't know if it's exactly Stolen Valor since he wasn't like saying he was a Ranger or anything like that. But still, wearing the shirt, specially if he was physically unfit as you suggest, is such a tool thing to do. I hate people like that.
I heard this to, it's pretty irritating, but I understand why the Air Force wants it gone. USAF has some pretty stupid ideas of what "multi-role" and "single-role" mean.
Thanks for your comment! I agree with the reasons the article states, but there is still a need for CAS fighters in a situation like that, and there is no better option then the A-10 for something like that. There are some other CAS fighters that are way less expensive to fly then the A-10, but probably wouldn't be as effective, such as the Textron Scorpion, AT-6, or A-29. These would probably replace the A-10 when it's deserviced.
I'd imagine Geometry with Professor Kyle would be quite fun though.
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Why do you have to bring up the War on Drugs? Shit's hard, man, until you go to Columbia and fight firsthand, please don't shit talk it.
She has lots of followers, being a celebrity, so naturally her voice is going to be heard over an average citizen. Anyone can try and be popular, given the platforms we have now days, such as YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram. Anyone's voice can be heard. Kim just got heard because she is very popular, and in this case, a nice person, wanting justice. History tells us that when a celebrity has an opinion or wants something, she/he doesn't always get it, or is backed. Celebrities spend their lives making mistakes and creating drama, which can lead to people not liking them or disagreeing with them. This is just an example of a good thing happening, it doesn't mean that celebrities have the power to do anything.
Sorry man, the AR-15 is not used by the military.