Skip to comments.U.S. Navy releases records of triple shooting suspect Christopher Dorner
Posted on 02/07/2013 4:55:40 PM PST by Smogger
SAN DIEGO - The U.S. Navy released Christopher Dorner's service record early Thursday afternoon to Team 10.
Dorner, a suspect wanted in connection to three slayings and several shootings, joined the service in 2002. His loss date was Feb. 1, 2013, just days before the shootings began.
Dorner was stationed at several locations throughout his service years, including San Diego, Bahrain, Nevada, and the mobile inshore undersea warfare unit.
He has several awards and decorations, including medals for National Defense Service, the Iraq Campaign , Sea Service Deployment, and pistol expertise. He also has honors for rifle marksmanship.
Dorner's full service record as provided by the Navy News Desk at the Pentagon is below:
Name: Christopher Jordan Dorner
Home of Record: La Palma, CA
Date Commissioned: 3 July 2002
Loss Date: 1 Feb 2013
Rank/Date of Rank: Lieutenant / 1 August 2006
Service Dates/Assignments: Arrived Detached
Various Reserve Units 1Dec2009 21Jan2010
Navy Reserve NAS Fallon, NV 7Mar2009 30Nov2009
Navy Mobilization Processing Site (NMPS)
San Diego, CA 23Apr2007 29May2007
Coastal Riverine Group Two Det Bahrain 3Nov2006 23Apr2007
Coastal Riverine Group One, San Diego, CA 10Jul2006 31Oct2006
NMPS San Diego, CA 6Jul2006 10Jul2006
Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare Unit 23Jun2004 28Feb2006
Navy Personnel Command 16Jun2004 22Jun2004
Various Aviation Training Units 4Jul2002 15Jun2004
Awards and Decorations
National Defense Service Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Sea Service Deployment Medal
Navy Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon
Armed Forces Reserve Medal w/ M Device
Rifle Marksman Ribbon
Pistol Expert Medal
Dorner, even. My misspelling.
No. It reads like the corruption of the LAPD got him fired up.
“Funny, I dont know anyone in LA who dislikes the LAPD. And I was born here 64 years ago.”
LE makes mistakes, but they have a difficult job to do.
Most people I have met during my 64 years who resent the police are people that had occasion to be involved in some wrongdoing.
Typically ex-cons resent the PD. People arrested for DUI resent the PD. People arrested for spousal battery resent the PD, and so it goes.
I respect them, and happen to have a neighbor who is retired LAPD. I used to run long distance races with him. LAPD and other agencies do the Baker to Vegas rally.
I do know that I got out last enlistment as an E-6 cook, and wound up with train-the-trainer on counter-terrorism training among other interesting (and a lot of un-interesting) training.
Reservists spend a lot more time in school than active duty. AF anyway.
After tech school, I doubt I did more than 6 or 8 one week or longer classes during my first enlistment when I was active duty. I spent at least half my time training and in classes when I was reserve.
He was also a River Rat!
He was also a River Rat!
I’ve read the complete manifesto. It’s chock full of racism charges.
Some of them may be true.
Trying to provoke a reaction for more clues as to where he is. Cat and mouse game.
I have one of those with a star.....wink wink!
“At the risk of getting in trouble with the mods, FU.
I, my Father, Stepfather, eldest Brother, Sister, Brother in Law and MANY great friends and Shipmates served honorably in the Unites States Navy. You can find plenty of shitbirds in every branch.”
At ease, Swabbie. Just couldn’t resist takin’ a jab at some Anchor Clankers.
Add washed out pilot trainee to his résumé.
Could he be considered a terrorist?
Will Obama add him to his kill list (without a court order) in a secret meeting?
If so, will Brennan unleash his drones after him?
Roger that. Thought you were serious.
I’ve known a lot of honorable Marines as well.
A rookie probationary officer should know he is asking for trouble if he squeals on a senior officer. He reported the female training officer for roughing up a handcuffed suspect. He lost the trust of almost every officer in that department when he did that.
That is a very generous guess. Makes sense, I hope that is the reason, and not part of the continuing slander of the military by the Obama Regime.
Oh, left off the list was my Mother in Law, who was a Marine during the Korean war.
I’ll bet he was an affirmative action baby from the git go...
It’s a grab-bag of port defenses, as far as I knew it. Some are officers who could not win the SWO pin, etc.
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