LEST WE FORGET
On this Memorial Day 2014, those of us who have worked so hard the past 14 years to bring you the truth here on MilitaryCorruption.com, pause to remember the man who co-founded this site and was a tower of strength and inspiration.
The late GEN Peter E. Genovese Jr. was a man of honor. And the double-chinned little egomaniac two-star that ended his career, the former Adjutant General of the New Jersey National Guard, "fat-man" Frank Gerard, was an utter disgrace.
He and his bootlickers - are you reading this, "Corky?" - are but unpleasant memories now. They are also pygmies, unfit to shine Pete Genovese's paratroop boots. They will be in hell and mostly forgotten, except for their reign of terror, while GEN Genovese's memory will be cherished by those of us fortunate enough to have served under his command.
Please read both these stories from some ten or more years ago. It might be food for thought at the Pentagon. As for the troops who loved him and would follow him into hell and back, it is a fitting tribute to a great leader. GEN Genovese was that kind of officer. The "Pillsbury Dough Man" who envied and ambushed him, couldn't carry his jock strap. Read our "tribute" to HIM. He deserves to have his fat ass kicked, and our editor-in-chief (using words like howitzer shells) has done a masterful job of eviscerating Gerard.
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