Yupperz Acat! Think there's a fairly recent thread on the same topic, for the life of me I can't find it (sucky IT connection etc.), but it has info like this from several sources, spent some time back then doing some research on it, my conclusion was that cult should have been bitch-slapped a long time ago over their pretend navy. I suspect though that most anyone who'd persue such actions is just 'meh' about them, not realizing the depth of crazy involved.
a. The following uniform items are distinctive and will not be sold to or worn by unauthorized personnel:
(1) All Army headgear, when worn with insignia.
(2) Badges and tabs (identification, marksmanship, combat, and special skill).
(3) Uniform buttons (U.S. Army or Corps of Engineers).
(4) Decorations, service medals, service and training ribbons, and other awards and their appurtenances.
(5) Insignia of any design or color that the Army has adopted.
This Navy dress-up is against the law. I'm sure Vet's would like to have their say about DM's uniform, hat, ribbons, chevrons and braids, all to appear as an officer. http://forums.military.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/672198221/m/2570075871001
Get your complaint routed to the correct agency: http://www.ig.navy.mil/complaints/Complaints (Impersonating an Officer).htm
Oh, this just in. A Navy Seal friend told me to call his base in Norfolk, VA. The base operator said that uniform cases can be reported and handled from any of the major bases, regarding infractions nationwide. So yes, that will persue in Florida, California, wherever. Oh yeah. Their effin Navy Seals.
If you want, say you were referred by Little Creek Seal Team 2. If you're needing a name drop. The operator advised to report directly to the base Police. The Base Police number: 757-444-2324 Norfolk VA. Reporting DM to the Navy Seals? That's a harpoon, Sir.