Lovett

Date of Entry: 01/01/20xx
Surname: Lovett
Christian Names: Gordon Craig
Country: Australia
State or Province: QLD
City or Town: Sorrento
Service #: 2152459
Service: CMF (Army)
Branch: RAA
Commencement of service: 05 Dec 63
Completion of service: 03 May 68
Case Notes:

 

 

 

Gordon Craig Lovett now aged Sixty Nine years, went to the  Vietnam war on a secret mission. He has proof of that service which is written onto a yellow piece of paper, however, because what is written on the paper is "Very Secret" he can only show you the piece of paper and not the contents.

Notice that Lovett wears five Australian Medals, they are:

Australian Active Service Medal (AASM)

General Service Medal

VietnamMedal

Australian Defence Medal

Republicof VietnamCampaign Medal

The photograph provides clear evidence to Law Enforcement agencies of offences against the Defence Act 1903, Part VII Sections 80A and 80B.

80A. Falsely representing to be returned soldier

80B. Improper use of service decorations  

The penalty for both of these offences is a maximum fine of $3,300 or six months imprisonment or both.

Here is what Lovett has said about his Military Service.

"He left Darwin with a specialist "Clean up" group of Australian Soldiers working as a United States (US) Marines and was deployed at Ben Hoa (sic) Vietnam. During his service he was wounded by a bullet grazing his head. He and another soldier were sent to Vung Tau (sic) for twenty one days of Rest and Recuperation (R&R) leave.  For his head wound he was awarded a US Purple Heart Medal, but has not yet received it.  The yellow piece of paper gives evidence of the Purple Heart but as previously stated it is for his eyes only"

Here is the truth of his service.

Lovett enlisted into the Australian Citizens Military Forces (CMF)  on the 5 December 1963. He was allocated to a 9th Light Anti Aircraft Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery .  He was discharged on 3 May 1968 for non attendance.  During the 1,650 days that he was a member of the CMF,  he managed to work for only 148 days over the five and a half year period. 

Considering that it takes at least 90 days for a recruit to complete basic training. It is very apparent that he would not have been an effective Gunner.

In recent times Lovett joined an ex Service Group on the Gold Coast of Queensland and began uttering the nonsense of his military history.  He was quickly recognised as a fraud and action was taken to remove him from the organisation.

Lovett's Service file has been perused and it reflects only his CMF Service. He is not listed on the Official Vietnam Nominal Roll and he is not listed on The Casualty List, which would have been the case if he was wounded in Action.

Every Veteran who served in Vietnam would recognise that Lovett's story is simply a pack of lies.

Lovett is a traditional liar fraud and wannabe, he is an example of the reason we exist. He steals the honour of all Veterans and grossly insults the memory of those who did not return.

We welcome him to our web site and warn those from the Gold Coast area to keep a watch for this despicable fraud.

 

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