Retired military officers dating
Retired officers also may not use their military titles during public appearances in other countries, unless authorized by the theater commander, to prevent other nations from inferring that the U. military supports foreign groups or causes not officially sanctioned by the Do D and the U. For example, retired military officer civil servants may not use their military rank as part of a signature block on official correspondence, as their former military standing isn’t relevant to federal civilian policy.When working as a civilian as part of a military command, a retired officer may not answer telephones using his or her retired rank, as doing so would cause confusion in the mind of the caller as to who was taking the call.Totally Free to Place Profile and connect with hundreds of thousands of military singles and admirers!(As a Silicon Valley firm, we have been in the online dating business for over 17 years!It may also tip off people to who the REAL Soldiers are so they can understand that their names and/or images are being used illegally.If you are a Soldier in one of these photos, please contact me from your military email address so I know you’re legit.
This is going to be the most updated version of my exposure of these Nigerian scams that target military personnel on dating sites.And keep in mind that the people in these photos are not the problem.They are victims just as much as those that they scam. Tells the standard retirement story, with a 11 year old son. Asked for an i Phone, but when told it was too expensive asked his victim for a Blackberry. This person is claiming to be Major Mark Collins Ehresman. Here is a pic of “MAJ Joseph Morris” aka [email protected], for anyone that knows anything about the Army uniform, knows that this is NOT an officer’s uniform. No explanation about why the name and email address are different.These are supposedly of someone going by the name Tom Curtis. Because of the size of each photo, they were obviously taken from either a My Space or Facebook page. These are supposedly of a” Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin Lanois” from Cleveland North Carolina…and is presently stationed in Afghanistan in a “very dangerous are” in Kabul and that he is with the Second Falcon Bridge Combat Team 82 SF Base. Probably tired of creating new Yahoo accounts and keeping up with them. Says he was in 24 years, wants to retire and marry his victims and has money aplenty.
I’ve seen that last photo used in other scams as well. It happens once in a while but I know how to control myself. Again, if someone says they need you to pay for communications, it’s a scam. It can also be taken out of their paychecks automatically if they “don’t have cash on them”. He said he was from CA studied at West Point, been in the Army for 15 years. They always say they’re coming home soon so that when something goes terribly awry, they can bilk you for sympathy money for hospital clearances and all that crap.