I recently met a dude at a bar who claimed to be "wounded" in A-stan from RPG attack. He was wounded in his lower right leg. I asked if I could check out his wound, he replied, "the scars are pretty much healed over already". He was wounded last spring. He claimed he was a part of C co. 2-187th INF of the 10th Mountain Division and an 11C. I asked him what BN he was at Benning and he was in a BCT unit and not an OSUT unit. This didnt sound right to me. So, we got more into the conversation about his tour and was telling me some odd stories that didn't sound right at all. I served in Iraq as an Infantryman, never been to A-stan. The way he explained how his infantry unit operated sounded so far different than how some Infantry units operated in Iraq. Then he is also said he is "retired" from the Army and this dude is only 25 and put 2 years in??? My poser radar was going. He claimed he is going to the VA to have his "combat patch" presented to him, like it was going to be a ceremony. My question is, is his affiliation with the 10th Mountain sound right? How can he "retire" from the Army from a wound that seemed never happened. I already thru the BS flag at the whole combat patch thing and I remember when I was at Benning 11C's were in OSUT with us and not in BCT. Anyone have any comments or thoughts on this case?