Soldier, charged with driving on drugs, tweeted from stolen APC
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RICHMOND, Va. -- Virginia National Guard Soldier Joshua Philip Yabut was arrested after he allegedly stole a M577 armored personnel carrier from Fort Pickett Tuesday evening and drove it 60 miles to downtown Richmond while police were in pursuit.
Yabut, 29, of Richmond, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, felony eluding police, and felony unauthorized use of a vehicle.
he should be released and they should celebrate him as a national hero
Clearly a very smart guy.
Dude looks like he has fetal alcohol syndrome.
this guy is allowed in the national guard but I'm not because I got diagnosed with depression? Ok
To be fair, Wutang ain't nothing to fuck with.
And acts like he has Juvenile and Adult Alcohol Syndrome.
There are so many "what's" to this. First off, how do you even manage to make it off base like that in an APC?
Which one would you bet - somebody was sleeping or being distracted on their phone?
They don't know what you don't tell them.
So the guy was an officer, previously employed by NASA, and just decided to go full retard and steal a fancy truck; This just further proves titles and quals mean jack shit relative to a person's character
I await a statement from RZA explaining their involvement in this.
Someone made a t-shirt:
At least he remembered his ACH.
Not sure if steam web or actual steam ui but ew
Yabut, who has more than 11 years of service, is a first lieutenant assigned as the commander of the Petersburg-based Headquarters Company, 276th Engineer Battalion.
I know multiple people that have joined the services with non-physical problems. They came out better, for the record. I'm not completely sure on the details, but I know they won't check unless they have a reason to. I'm currently working on getting into better shape so I can join, so I'm no expert, but I've made sure to ask around about the enlistment process.
It's easier to "tactically omit" non-physical problems at MEPS but I would highly recommend against enlisting if you still currently have depression
You can try again if you've been off meds for a year
Are you in the right thread
my favorite part of this is all the infosec/cybersec people realizing they were followed by him
Actually, just don't join the military if you have depression. It's a very bad idea.
I question how exactly did he bypass the security gate on whatever base he was on, if the tank was on-base (and it should have).
Shame he didn't do this a day earlier cause then it would've been on the day of Killdozer's anniversary.
God bless our seasoned active military and their drug fueled APC hi-jinks.
I might be mistaken since I don't know much about the military, but don't most bases have those entrenched pylon things that are specifically designed to stop vehicles?
I love it how there's a cop car driving ahead of it in the video. It's almost like a motorcade.
Not all the way around the perimeter, no.
Until you need security clearance then get a dishonorable discharge, which might as well we a big shame brand tattooed on my forehead. No thanks.
Then don't go for an MOS that requires SC? The only way you can get OTH discharged is if they can prove that your depression is from before your signing, which they can't unless you openly talk about it
But if you still have depression don't fucking do it. If you seriously still want to serve then work on improving your mental health before anything
True fucking child of Murdercube. Ave Nex Alea!
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