Fort Wainwright soldiers lie on fishi...

Fort Wainwright soldiers lie on fishing, hunting licenses

There are 1 comment on the Alaska Journal of Commerce story from Dec 29, 2007, titled Fort Wainwright soldiers lie on fishing, hunting licenses. In it, Alaska Journal of Commerce reports that:

“It's easier to prove the date of arrival for military guys”

Of those who falsify information on their hunting or fishing licenses, members of the military are the easiest to catch, according to wildlife troopers. via Alaska Journal of Commerce

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soldier

Anchorage, AK

#1 Mar 3, 2008
so how are these soldiers being caught? Do the state troopers ask for their orders bringing them to alaska in the field?

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