A mate from 22 said he's never seen him before with his unit around the same time. A comms check with others states the same. Thought this person has caused a lot of issues around others that suffer PTSD by all accounts. I didn't wish to state at such an early stage: This person never got beyond basic training by all accounts, which I don't know to be true or other-wise. I am trying to find the truth within the lies so I can trust one against the other....!
That was your first mistake, you never ask one of THEM for their regi number. THEY have a whole week long course on how not to tell people your regi number. You should have asked him about the various architechtural colour schemes of Hereford.
For example the boat house.
I don't know him, but you could always ask him for some simple pointers, ie what his trade was, his places of training, etc. He could hiccup. ie say it was Catterick when C had closed. Do his medals pass muster?
Get some info from him first, ie trades, and training. Units and exercises. Did he attend Blandford? If so, was he in Anson or Benbow (if he did/was then he WILL talk about them). Was he ever locked out at Catterick? If he was/wasn't, what happened next if you were?
Whilst PTSD is not wished up any person it would be interesting to know which unit he served with in 94 as it was a brigade sig sqn role at the time ,with other units such 30 Sigs,JCO's,14 Sigs,i served there 188.8.131.52 ,am just curuious.
Extreme Walt tendencies, though I can confirm that he is ex signals, served in Blandford and was a bit of a Fruitkak before I left the mob - it is highly UNLIKELY that he was THEM
If I told you about the untruths in the article, I would probably be breaking some kind of Mental protection act - he has a lot more going on than possible PTSD! I would leave him in ga ga land which is where he was when I last saw him in 90
Oh and he was a CLERK