Here’s what a commentator had to say about Frank and how he ‘served’ his country:
Frank DiSalle says:
October 2, 2009 at 9:28 am
DKel : I don’t blame anyone else for my actions . My response to Army discipline was to break a lot of rules, and get stripes removed. I don’t “blame” the Army for that.
That wasn’t either thing that I dreamed up, Frank. It is what you posted. Breaking rules in the military usually falls under a few broad categories.
Civil/military Criminal Behavior
Not sure which one, or if any of these apply to your heralded four years of duty. But what I do know, is that your country fielded an Army of conscripts in your day, which tells me that there was a determined need for your cooperation and contribution. You chose not to cooperate to the extent that you exited service at the lowest rank after four years. And I am not a patriot because I voted for a Democrat. Outstanding judgment on your part. I am sure you are going to pick one minute portion of this to feign outrage at, but I am used to the deflection deal…I have read a few Article 15’s to undisciplined Soldiers before….