If you haven’t been following all the invites from the Marine Corps, it’s becoming a bit of a trend to ask out a celebrity on YouTube. Now the Army is getting into it.
Meet U.S. Army Capt. Nassar Jabour. He would like U.S. Women’s National Team goalie Hope Solo to join him in Vienna, Austria for his officer’s ball in January. The video itself is a bit outdated because it was filmed before the U.S. lost to Japan on Sunday, but he wishes the team luck before the biggest game of their careers.
No word on whether Solo has accepted or even heard about his invitation. Since the Women’s World Cup began, there’s been an onslaught of reports about Solo’s dating status, but hopefully Capt. Jabour will hear something soon.
Lame, lame, lame. I put this guy into the same category of every other Soldier/Sailor/Marine/Airman who hop onto that “I’m a servicemember, you owe me’ bandwagon. I thought it was “Selfless Service” not selfish service…
You are a commissioned officer in the army of the United States and you are acting like a rutting teenager. Why don’t you pick up whatever is left of your dignity, find a razor, and get back to work. You are probably the same type of leader who wonders why enlisted personnel don’t show you any respect.
I second the first two comments. Seriously get a life and why don’t you try asking her out without the uniform on and portraying all males in the US Army as idiots that need a youtube account to get a date.
Want to take someone truelly special to the dance Sir? How about you send a request to Walter Reed for our wounded female warriors who have sacrificed more, fought harder and truelly saved many from harms way. This lady saves goals in her sport and our ladies saved lives. We know where our true heroes are? Do you?
What a revolting abuse of one’s title and position. Completely out of keeping with the decorum expected of a Soldier. Shameful. Ignorance and youth, one of the two he’ll outgrow.
You are a complete and utter gutter snipe! You probably took lessons from my old senior leadership. Take some time and bone up on another article on here about toxic leadership. You might learn something.