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...He was thrown out with a coded discharge. Unsuitable, undesirable for the convenience of the government. How about that? He was also on the chain gang which was a group that Mal Zickler had, which I didn't approve of, which was the druggies, ...that were working and picking up rocks by the side of the road. The OSI or somebody got involved to clean things up, gave him a flunky job in supplies so they could get rid of and give him a discharge...and hope it would all go away.
They made a mistake.
Barely. We have addressed a few issues, like with the inner ear problems and balance issues. See, one of the problems was, initially we were supposed to treat it as top secret, in which we did, I follow orders. Then I had to go to the base hospital because I was having problems walking, within 3 weeks after the incident......
I mean it was obvious that it [UFO] was radioactive out there that night, because it was so warm to touch. That was probably the worst decision I made, touching that.
originally posted by: Springer
a reply to: mirageman
This is interesting...
The DD 256 is for reserve members discharge only. You can't get a DD 214 unless you were full active duty. So, that means the person who has a DD 256 was only in the Air Force (or whatever service) Reserves, not the full active duty Air Force. Further, anyone who was in the reserves but was later "Activated" would receive a DD 214 and all the benefits that come with it, not a DD 256.
That's a pretty big distinction, the reserve folks are also known as "weekend warriors" since they only train one weekend a month with an additional two weeks per year in most cases.
I also find it curious that a reserve member would have been sent to England with all the USAF installations here at home they normally train at. I wasn't in the Air Force (I was U.S.C.G.) so I don't know all the ins and outs but I've never heard of low rank Enlisted (E3 or E4) Reserve personnel being sent over seas for their two weeks training. That certainly does not mean it never happened, it just means I've never heard of it.
ETA: I'd also add that image of the DD 256 you have in your post is incorrect, it shouldn't read "regular air force", I've never seen that before either.
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
Sadly the evidence Larry presented himself is now working against him. Although it was not me who uncovered the majority of this it was Sacha.
29:08 “He [Halt] has admitted now that we [Adrian and John] were involved with his party and went forward.”
35:55 “He [Adrian] said on the radio show that he saw me go into it [the UFO] and he saw me like I phased out and was gone.”
49:25 “Adrian called it lights until I went into it, then he said it exploded into something that looked kind of triangular with blue lights in it.”
50:09 “We were running, Adrian went down to the ground – he said he felt like something pushed him down and held him down – and he described that he saw me go into it, I phased out like I was gone or almost gone and then when this was going on it exploded then I reappeared and whatever it was, was gone. All I remember is getting close to it and then it was gone.”
1:33:30 “Penniston has said that he saw that I disappeared also. He has talked about that some before.”
1:07:12: “I’m a sceptic on this simply because of all the discrepancies and the way it has been handled”