We’ll start in reverse chronological order. The first picture is of Tim being wounded after taking on an entire VC infantry regiment outside of Pu-Tang in Viet Nam. For this, he was awarded the CIB, Purple Heart, and Star Fleet Medal of Valor.
This picture is from when Tim was burned with napalm while fleeing his village in Viet Nam while working under cover as a small Vietnamese girl. He later developed male genitalia during a skin graft procedure to replace the tissue he lost due to 23rd degree burns. For this he was awarded the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star Medal, and a year’s supply of Rice-A-Roni, the San Francisco treat.
This next picture is of Tim in Germany during World War II. He hurt is arm patting himself on the back but turned that into a Purple Heart by claiming that he had merited said pats on the back but that those pats weren’t listed on his DD-214.
Tim had a long and distinguished career as is evident by this next picture of him nursing wounds suffered in World War I. Actually, the picture is probably from World War II, but Tim cannot remember which wars he fought in and with whom and the pictures he has are all ones that other people took of him because he got rid of all of his except for the ones he sends to media outlets.
Tim was sort of a mercenary in between American wars and as such was not only wounded, but mortally so during the Spanish Civil War. He, of course, recovered from his death to go on to a career in s-s-s-s-singing after an appearance on Portugal’s Got Talent.
Tim also served in the American Civil War where he fought on both sides, was wounded by both sides, and soldiers from both sides cannot remember any of the battles in which he fought or was wounded.
Tim also fought in the American Revolution where he put his musical skills to work as a drummer and was awarded one of the very first Purple Hearts for carpel tunnel syndrome.
And last but not least is a picture of a heroic and wounded Tim with none other than Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt in the year 1415. Tim was mortally wounded again when he took an arrow to the knee but there were no medical scrolls to support his claims and no other knights ever saw him in actual battle. As a result, he was summarily booted from Saxony’s Got Talent.