Stolen Valor Is A Real Problem; Watch As This Fake Colonel Tries To Get Free Ride, Military Loan

The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 makes it illegal to impersonate a military servicemember or wear military decorations you didn't earn in order to obtain military benefits, yet some people still try to get away with it, despite the fact that it does great disservice to the brave men and women who actually served.

Sometimes the imposters have really done their homework because, when confronted, they can rattle off legitimate-sounding answers to most of the military-related questions thrown at them. And then there's this woman:

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