Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 02, 2014
MilitaryRecordsLookup.com is going to include information about time spent in war zones in their public records background checks, the company said yesterday.
“In the past, we've noted if someone served in a war zone or not,” A MilitaryRecordsLookup.com spokesman said. “But many people, for various reasons, want to know if a given person saw combat. When possible, that information will now be included in our reports.”
MilitaryRecordsLookup.com said that customers are interested in that information because they want to see if the person exaggerated his or her military record.
“It's not unthinkable that a guy who spent the war sitting behind a desk might claim to be a combat hero when trying to get a woman to go out with him, or when applying for a competitive job position,” he said. “This will help verify if their battlefield tales are true or not.”
MilitaryRecordsLookup.com stressed that they cannot include all battlefield experience.
“Some combat experience is classified for national security reasons,” he said. “In those cases, the information is not available to the general public or our database. But if the information is public, we will include it.”
The company will also use their reports to point out which medals are given for combat experience.
“A combat medal is one of the best indications that a soldier has seen action and behaved like a hero,” he said. “Those men and women should be recognized in our reports.”
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