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WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24136 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
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No kidding''''''''''
Getting onto the base is one thing, getting into secured areas is another.
I have no problems entering any secured facility in this area or any area controlled or occupied by the U.S. and I am retired. Now why are you allowed to carry a gun and others can't?

Since: Dec 10

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#24137 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>I can get on Holloman, McGregor Range, Ft. Bliss, White Sands Missle Range and any other place I desire. Why did you carry a weapon yet you are opposed to others carrying a weapon?
I could care less what bases (you say you can get on) what does that have to do with what I ask?

Why did I carry a weapon, BC that is what military police do.

Next visit to a AFB, ask the guard at the gate why he has that Smith-Wesson 38 strapped on for.

That is what we used then, could have changed by now,they could be packing a MA-1 at the front gate now, same as the Bush master, with fully automatic option.


WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24138 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
I could care less what bases (you say you can get on) what does that have to do with what I ask?
Why did I carry a weapon, BC that is what military police do.
Next visit to a AFB, ask the guard at the gate why he has that Smith-Wesson 38 strapped on for.
That is what we used then, could have changed by now,they could be packing a MA-1 at the front gate now, same as the Bush master, with fully automatic option.
What was your stupid question? No Police Agency, local, county, state or federal carries a 38 today. Do you still have guns? Why do you advocate the Police carrying weapons yet the citizen can't? MA-1? Do you mean an M4 fully automatic? I have one of those. It's very similar to the M16. What was your stupid question again?

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#24139 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>I have no problems entering any secured facility in this area or any area controlled or occupied by the U.S. and I am retired. Now why are you allowed to carry a gun and others can't?
did not say "secured facility", the whole damn base is a, "secured facility".

I was speaking of Weapon storage areas, alert areas, silos etc.

Looks like someone so familiar with AFB's would know that.

I am sure they would have, young man.

BTW- What level is your security clearance?


Since: Dec 10

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#24140 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>What was your stupid question? No Police Agency, local, county, state or federal carries a 38 today. Do you still have guns? Why do you advocate the Police carrying weapons yet the citizen can't? MA-1? Do you mean an M4 fully automatic? I have one of those. It's very similar to the M16. What was your stupid question again?
I did not say citizens should not have guns of any kind, IM saying it makes no sense to make that kind of weapon available to the general public, or 30 round clips either.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24141 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
did not say "secured facility", the whole damn base is a, "secured facility".
I was speaking of Weapon storage areas, alert areas, silos etc.
Looks like someone so familiar with AFB's would know that.
I am sure they would have, young man.
BTW- What level is your security clearance?
I thought I already told you I could go anywhere I desire. You can't read or what? My security clearance is classified. It's on a need to know basis and right now you don't need to know!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24142 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
I did not say citizens should not have guns of any kind, IM saying it makes no sense to make that kind of weapon available to the general public, or 30 round clips either.
Why? Why does it make sense for the Police and the Military but not the public. What are you afraid of?

Would 25 round clips be OK with you?

Since: Dec 10

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#24143 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>What was your stupid question? No Police Agency, local, county, state or federal carries a 38 today. Do you still have guns? Why do you advocate the Police carrying weapons yet the citizen can't? MA-1? Do you mean an M4 fully automatic? I have one of those. It's very similar to the M16. What was your stupid question again?
As I said that was then. If you are putting that type of weapon on the street it would only stand to reason that Law enforcement would need those weapons too.

Brings to mind, how many tax dollars go to buy these weapons for law enforcement agencies around the country you think.

What is your freedom and liberty to own that type of weapon costing other tax payers.

Guess you are not to concerned about the cost to society in the form of dollars and innocent children,and adult lives lost, as long as you have your toys.


Since: Dec 10

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#24144 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>I thought I already told you I could go anywhere I desire. You can't read or what? My security clearance is classified. It's on a need to know basis and right now you don't need to know!
OMG-LMAO

My security clearance is classified"

Sure it is, funny thing, when I was in the AF all Airman , and officers and civilians had our security clearance level right on ID's that we wore outside our uniform for the whole world to see.

If I or any other SP caught you without in a secure area and I did not know you , you would have been jacked up on the spot.

Kind of hard to keep it classified when you have to present that security badge for entry and be worn in plain site when you are in a controlled area.

Care to tell me some more lies boy genius?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24145 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
As I said that was then. If you are putting that type of weapon on the street it would only stand to reason that Law enforcement would need those weapons too.
Brings to mind, how many tax dollars go to buy these weapons for law enforcement agencies around the country you think.
What is your freedom and liberty to own that type of weapon costing other tax payers.
Guess you are not to concerned about the cost to society in the form of dollars and innocent children,and adult lives lost, as long as you have your toys.
I guess you are not concerned enough with elementary children being mowed down by a gun nut as long as teachers, administrators and law abiding citizens can't carry guns! I guess if the liberls can't murder the child with abortion than gun nuts are the next best thing!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24146 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
OMG-LMAO
My security clearance is classified"
Sure it is, funny thing, when I was in the AF all Airman , and officers and civilians had our security clearance level right on ID's that we wore outside our uniform for the whole world to see.
If I or any other SP caught you without in a secure area and I did not know you , you would have been jacked up on the spot.
Kind of hard to keep it classified when you have to present that security badge for entry and be worn in plain site when you are in a controlled area.
Care to tell me some more lies boy genius?
Well I guess things have changed since your day. I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to me. If you would have encountered me in your day, even on your best birthday I would have stuck that 38 of yours up your ass and snapped your neck, all in the name of National Security of course!

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#24147 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Well I guess things have changed since your day. I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to me. If you would have encountered me in your day, even on your best birthday I would have stuck that 38 of yours up your ass and snapped your neck, all in the name of National Security of course!
Thats funny also, if you are retired as you said, were pretty close to the same age, makes me wonder why you did not have the same security protocol that I did.

HOW ODD

LOL, not really bc you are nothing more than ignorat ass kidd.

Since: Dec 10

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#24148 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Well I guess things have changed since your day. I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to me. If you would have encountered me in your day, even on your best birthday I would have stuck that 38 of yours up your ass and snapped your neck, all in the name of National Security of course!
Well you are just quite the little man in the virtual world aren't you?

If your that bad why do you need the assault weapons big boy?


Since: Dec 10

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#24149 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Well I guess things have changed since your day. I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to me. If you would have encountered me in your day, even on your best birthday I would have stuck that 38 of yours up your ass and snapped your neck, all in the name of National Security of course!
"I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to "

The PIV Card
The PIV card is an ID card issued by a federal agency that contains a computer chip, which allows it to receive, store, recall, and send information in a secure method. The main function of the card is to encrypt or code data to strengthen the security of both employees' and Veterans' information and physical access to secured areas, while using a common technical and administrative process. The method used to achieve this is called Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology. PKI complies with all Federal and VA security policies, and is the accepted Global Business Standard for Internet Security. As an added benefit, PKI can provide the functionality for digital signatures to ensure document authenticity.

The PIV card therefore, encrypts data and verifies identity to
ensure:•Confidentiality - data can only be read by the card-holder.
•Integrity- Only the card-holder may change the data.

You should really learn when to shup up!
•Authenticity- There is a guarantee on the origin of the data.
•Non-repudiation- There is no possibility of falsified data.
With the PIV card, there is an increased reassurance that all electronic communications, data storage, and data retrieval will be further secure and better protected.

http://www.va.gov/pivproject/piv_card.asp
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24150 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Thats funny also, if you are retired as you said, were pretty close to the same age, makes me wonder why you did not have the same security protocol that I did.
HOW ODD
LOL, not really bc you are nothing more than ignorat ass kidd.
I am in my 40's dip shyt! Is that a picture of your Police dog? LMAO!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24151 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
Well you are just quite the little man in the virtual world aren't you?
If your that bad why do you need the assault weapons big boy?
Because there are literally thousands of you dumb asses out there!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24152 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to "
The PIV Card
The PIV card is an ID card issued by a federal agency that contains a computer chip, which allows it to receive, store, recall, and send information in a secure method. The main function of the card is to encrypt or code data to strengthen the security of both employees' and Veterans' information and physical access to secured areas, while using a common technical and administrative process. The method used to achieve this is called Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology. PKI complies with all Federal and VA security policies, and is the accepted Global Business Standard for Internet Security. As an added benefit, PKI can provide the functionality for digital signatures to ensure document authenticity.
The PIV card therefore, encrypts data and verifies identity to
ensure:•Confidentiality - data can only be read by the card-holder.
•Integrity- Only the card-holder may change the data.
You should really learn when to shup up!
•Authenticity- There is a guarantee on the origin of the data.
•Non-repudiation- There is no possibility of falsified data.
With the PIV card, there is an increased reassurance that all electronic communications, data storage, and data retrieval will be further secure and better protected.
http://www.va.gov/pivproject/piv_card.asp
That's right dip shyt it has never been printed on any badge or credential like you said yours was for everybody to see. You are a fake and a phony. You couldn't even be a pimple on a boy scouts ass!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24153 Mar 25, 2013
LMAO! You had to look PIV card up on the internet. That just shows how smart you actually are. Idiot!

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#24154 Mar 25, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>That's right dip shyt it has never been printed on any badge or credential like you said yours was for everybody to see. You are a fake and a phony. You couldn't even be a pimple on a boy scouts ass!
"I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to me"

The PIV Card

"The main function of the card is to encrypt or code data to strengthen the security of both employees' and Veterans' information and( physical access to secured areas")

I think you forgot to connect the dots buddy.

WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#24155 Mar 25, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
"I have never had my Security Clearance on any badge, credential or PIV card ever issued to me"
The PIV Card
"The main function of the card is to encrypt or code data to strengthen the security of both employees' and Veterans' information and( physical access to secured areas")
I think you forgot to connect the dots buddy.
You have never seen one. They are so far behind issuing them it's not funny. No where on the card does it say what security clearance I hold for all to see. You wouldn't even know what a PIV card was if I hadn't educated you on it. Now thank me for the education I give you daily. Thank me little man!

Do you still have guns Barney or does that ugly dog have to protect you. Why did you need a gun in the military?

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