Can you get in trouble for lying to a SStg?
If you're a civilian and have nothing to do with the military? It's by no means a harmful lie, just a lie nonetheless.
I already said it
*SSgt, sorry I was typing fast. I did it to protect my friend, he kind of guilted me into it.
- Voonie VootieLv 77 years agoBest Answer
A civilian has no obligation to be truthful to a staff sergeant or any other member of the service. The only exception is if you are enlisting in that branch of service, and even in that case your statements are based only on your written documents not "what you told the recruiter". Hope it is not a big fib.
- DrZLv 77 years ago
Trouble? If it was not harmful.... then nothing will come from it.
However...if we realize or figure out you lied to us...you will lose any respect we had for you.
SSgt USMC 1969 - 1978
- mgan v.2Lv 77 years ago
If that SSgt is a Federal law enforcement agent, you can be arrested for lying to them!
- Marine5Lv 77 years ago
Where did you learn that it was ever alright to LIE about anything ???
Troops can DIE because of LIES !!!!Source(s): Retired Marine...VSO...
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- 7 years ago
could just not say anything too