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
The Left’s New Hero.
Reminds one of Mark Essex...all of this.
as if you will ever hear if it’s the truth. According to the father of the kid that he reported was beaten you would hear he got railroaded because the LAPD screwed him in order to show how good the LAPD was and is.. but is that the truth? I don’t know.. I know one thing.. we will never know for sure.
apparently you don’t know anyone that reads the news.
How many seconds until we get the MSM with the op ed pieces starting with “oh, yeah, we condemn the violence...but we really have to deal with the bigger issue of racism within the police force”.
Of course, we’ll never deal with the racism of the SHOOTER, Lord no, but of those evil crackers that drove him to this.
Uncalled for. Absolutely uncalled for.
Having family who were Naval Officers during WWII ... two of whom were SUNK by U-Boats supporting the Invasion of Italy ... you are the lowest of the low for the insinuation.
There are twits in every branch ... call the individuals out, not the service itself.
Here are a couple of women who aren't thrilled with LAPD detectives right now: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2013/02/ex-cop-manhunt-newspaper-delivery-women-shot.html
How much do you want to bet this incident has previous parallels in his Navy record? And yet Navy recycled him, LAPD did not.
Exactly. Thank you.
They released it to show what great guy he was. Now he's been corrupted by (fill in the blank as long as it's a white guy) and has gone nuts.
Intel Officer (not line). I may be wrong, but I think the Unit he described is for port security. Their personnel are made up of fleet ratings, including divers and EOD. They (or their predecessor) were utilized to ensure Um Qasr and Al Zabair ports were clear of mines and obstructions following up behind the 2003 Iraq invasion forces.
No, I don’t see a pattern.
Millions of men and women, myself included, have served in the U.S.Navy.
Asides from pinching Howie66’s nose and tweeking his ears, I am not weird! (Just kidding!)
Three of the people you mentioned - John Kerry, John McCain, Jesse Ventura - served during the Vietnam War period, JFK during WWII. People who experience war tend to be either non-communicative about their wartime experiences, or internalize the experiences in ways other perceive as bizarre.
Try the Sig 226 and you’ll shoot expert every time.
“See a pattern here?”
Scru you Howey for your broad brush, what is your claim to fame? (Not that I support any of your subjects you a-hole!)
Its Obamas fault.
Gee I wonder what would happen if this guy went rabid and thought it really was Obamas fault?
Just imagining another situation of a secret service agent who was dissed and then went rabid....
GMTA---my first thought.
When the powers that be WANT the information out there, it gets out there, doesn't it.
DANG, I never realized that jfingkerry served in Viet Nam!! /s LOL
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