David Leroy Driscoll; phony Marine

| May 30, 2017

Someone sent us their research on this fellow, David Leroy Driscoll from Port Charlotte, Florida who earlier this year told Charlotte County Sheriff Deputies there that he is a former Marine, probably to help him extricate himself from some out-of-county warrants and a petty larceny beef;

The National Personnel Records Center says “Who?”

Rumor has it that sometimes he claims to be a Navy SEAL “medic”, whatever that is, but I have no proof of that.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Combat Historian says:

    “…Rumor has it that sometimes he claims to be a Navy SEAL “medic” “…

    I’m sure IDC SARC will have something to say about that…

    • Doc Savage says:

      I see those Navy Medics occasionally; they tend to hang out with Army Corpsman.

      • Mayhem says:

        WOW ! The Marines must be growin’ them a lot bigger than I remember. The dude would be totally ripped if it wasn’t for the 70% bodyfat he’s carryin around. Navy SEAL Medic huh? Doncha’ mean a Navy SEAL EMT (sarcasm)? Or how about Navy SEAL LPN? (sarc again).

        • Doc Savage says:

          That smarmy, well satisfied smirk on his face just screams “I blew a pod of harbor seals under the pier for lunch money”.

    • IDC SARC says:

      I’d say he’s a D-Bag.

  2. Ex-PH2 says:

    A Navy SEAL medic?

    I didn’t know the Navy had started using seals and needed veterinary techs for them.

    Are they harbor seals, sea lions, or – what?

  3. Mick says:

    Oh. Hell. No.

    And it’s Florida again.

    Any takers that there’s at least a motorcycle involved in this mess?

    • HMC Ret says:

      Good pickup, Mick. Let’s review.
      He has shades and thousand yard stare.

      Missing, however, or at least not obvious is the service dog (I’m assuming he caught the PTSD), doo rag, Harley, leather vest with multiple service pins, POW/MIA patch, badass motorcycle club membership, trailer park (it IS Florida), ponytail, Purple Heart, BS(V), additional awards, etc. What have I omitted?

      • Wilted Willy says:

        God, why does it always have to be Florida? You would think my poser brother moved here instead of me? I hate these posers that keep shitting all over my adopted state!

      • Mick says:

        How about this:

        ‘He was held as a POW in a Taliban ‘Tiger Cage’ in the Afghan of the Stan until he killed his guards with his bare hands and escaped to rejoin U.S. forces. He was the only survivor. And everything that he did is highly classified at the direction of POTUS, so he can’t talk about any of it, unless of course it’s on Facebook or in a bar.’

        • HMC Ret says:

          Mick: I see much potential for big bucks here. Maybe sell a ‘standard Veteran/PTSD’ package to include those items mentioned above. You know: Doo Rag, Shades, Instructions on ‘The Stare’, vest, patches, POW/MIA Patch, boots, Harley, service dog (a must-have if one has the PTSD), prepaid membership in various service organizations and motorcycle club, etc. I think we could sell the entire package for, oh, $15K to $45K, depending on the cycle chosen. This does the difficult leg work for the member. Also, at additional costs would be gundecked 214, award letters and various letters of appreciation. Prices would vary greatly depending if the font was time specific to the event being written. Letters of appreciation/commendation from Flag Officers would be costly, also. Really, with a deluxe package to include dozens of write-ups, memberships, etc., could cost just south of $75K. Oh, I almost forgot. Gotta have pictures to document service. Group pictures would, of course, cost more given than numerous individuals would get a cut of the proceeds. Now, if just a cut n paste job, I think we could farm that out to someone in, say, Florida.

          Give it some thought. I can see up to $40K pure profit per package.


      • @ HMC RET:

        I reckon a genuine veteran of the war in the old Republic of Viet Nam would look more like me – – – , i.e., old, alone, sitting in a powered mobility cart (or wheelchair, or using a walker), seldom leaving my apartment, no doo rag (I hate the sight of those useless things!), no puppy dog (which I wish I had), no vest with patches, no motorcycle (which I wish I was able to ride).

        I have ordered a bag for my walker which will have a United States Army patch on it.

        When I go to church, I wear a miniature ribband rack on the lapel of my Sunday-go-to-meetin’ suit.

        If I go to a Scottish event, I don full Highland regalia, and wear my medals on my Argyll jacket.

        But, I don’t know if I’ll ever again be able to attend any Scottish functions.

        For loafing, I wear my United States Army sweatpants and pullover hoodie.

        All other times, I wear cowboy clothes, because this is cowboy country.

        When I was a police officer, I wore my ribband rack on my police uniform on the United States Army’s birthday.

        When I was a firefighter, I’d wear my ribband rack on the dress uniform (which was a copy of a United States Navy petty officer’s uniform), but had to quit doing that, because the other firefighters, who hadn’t been to the old Republic of Viet Nam, felt bad that they didn’t have any ribbands to wear on their dress uniform.

        Years ago, when I performed on stage, I wore my ribband rack on my cowboy shirt, and I put a 101st Airborne shoulder patch decal on my guitar.

        But, with my current health problems, I don’t know if I’ll ever again be able to perform on stage.

        Mox nix.

  4. Silentium Est Aureum says:

    SEAL medic?

    Maybe we can get a certain former HM1 SEAL by the name of Marcus Luttrell to ask our little shitbag what he means by his claim.

    Just a thought.

  5. HMC Ret says:

    My 23 years as a Navy Corpsman Medic Flight Surgeon were very rewarding. For those not familiar, a Flight Surgeon is a Corpsman Medic who performs surgery at 40K feet, Mach 2. A few of those 23 years I was TAD with 3rd Med as a commissioned nurse COL in the Marine Corps. It was a wonderful career.

    • aGrimm says:

      Heh. I loved the Mach 2 touch.

      You also triggered memories of the Marine nurses who hit on me at the Naval Hospital – their hairy armpits and legs were heaven.

      Little known fact: A Navy Seal Medic also secretly flew on the Apollo space missions. Was that you HMC Ret? NASA didn’t want anyone know there was someone on board to empty the astronauts’ bedpans, so it was real secret squirrel.

      • Cris says:

        The only reason their knuckles weren’t hairy is that dragging them on the ground kept anything from growing on them. 🙂

  6. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Yet another no-load pus-nuts pisspants pillow-biting pickle polisher.

  7. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    DAVID LEROY DRISCOLL looks like he BLEW a Harbor Seal… but, he ain’t no Navy SEAL!

    I’m sure he’s gonna love the “All he will eat” buffet at the BTJT Deli (Home of the Cockmeat Sammich)!

  8. Carlton G. Long says:

    What a fat face…I’ll bet you his fingers are cream-filled and his cankles rival old Hil’s.

  9. thebesig says:

    Maybe he was banking on people identifying him with Full Metal Jacket’s Leonard Lawrence/Gomer Pyle? 🙄

  10. Green Thumb says:

    Felchin’ Loser.

  11. Skippy says:

    Jack ass
    Enjoy your well earned google fame