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If you met him on the internet and he says he's a "Green Beret" or a "Special Forces" soldier he's not. If you met him in a bar and he says he is or was a Special Forces soldier or Green Beret, he's not. If your friend whom you trust with your life says he/she knows a green beret on fakebook, twit, instasnowflake, metube etc and he's the real deal, he's not. If you are contacted by a Special Forces soldier (aka a green beret) in a foreign country that was left there with no money and lost passport and he wants you to send him money and he'll come see you, he's not. The shooting instructor or that guy you met on the range that said he's a former Special Forces green beret, he's not.Same goes for your martial arts instructor, he's not a green beret but pretending to be one makes him more money and sometimes a roll in the sack. That college/university professor that says he was a former "tactical counterterrorist- green beret" he's not. Your boyfriend/husband that takes long breaks from you and says: I'm going on a classified Special Forces mission" he's not. The guy you met in pilates class or the gym that says he was a former green beret/ Special Forces and that all his records are classified, he's not. The guy you met in a biker rally with all the "Special Forces" tats and big muscles and told you he was a green beret sniper and he had 47 confirmed kills, he's not. The guy you met in your apartment swimming pool that told you he was a green beret that just returned from Afghanistan on leave and was staying with his sister, he's not.
Perhaps you are already dating someone in the military but want to know more before making a serious commitment.See here's the deal, at any given moment there is only a couple thousand "real" green berets on active duty and probably less than twenty thousand that ever were.So unless you're actually searching for them your chances of meeting one by coincidence is slim to none.Sarah’s husband leaves soon for the Army’s Special Forces Selection and Assessment.
After two years of Army life, Sarah knows that the gloom-doom-don’t-complain message from the recruiter is only one part of the story. Do they really keep a bag packed at all times in case they need to leave overnight?
If you don’t want to read the rest of this article, there is one surefire way to know if your soldier is fake: If a soldier you’re “dating” online asks you for money for ANY reason, it’s a scam. What he really means is she’s going to be his next victim. He is in a special operations unit and therefore cannot share any information with you.