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He shows one dated 1978 on his web site. That's odd,
because it's 4 year late, and in the Carter Admin, but
not entirely unusual. However, because he won't let us
independently see all his records, we don't know if that
discharge is authentic, or if there are others.

The discharge issue may be a dry hole. The billowing
smoke in Kerry's USNR paperwork comes from two other

1. Why are there three (3) different citations for the
Silver Star, the last dated many years later, and
completely disclaimed by the SecNAV who supposedly
authored and signed it? The Navy is reportedly still
looking into this.

2. The newly discovered available records from Kerry's
PCF unit, which the SBVFT are presently reviewing, and
which so far back the claims made in Unfit for Command.

Meanwhile, go invest in a CapsLock key :-)
All-caps is considered shouting, and is
hard to read. My eyes are ringing.

4 posted on 09/23/2004 3:01:09 PM PDT by Boundless
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To: Boundless
Over two years ago, I wrote to the appropriate agency to request a copy of my discharge (I had lost it in a move). I had given up on getting it, but to my surprise I just received it last week. It wasn't really a duplicate, but a recreation. My first was signed by a general, and this one was signed by a CWO2, and it was dated when it was signed (this year), although the certificate does elsewhere explicitly state the time period in which I served.

I have no idea if this offers anything substantial to the discussion, but there it is.

13 posted on 10/04/2004 9:31:32 AM PDT by outlawcam (No time to waste. Now get moving.)
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