In the reverends bail hearing he was accompanied by his "family", with two uniformed men, one Marine and one Soldier. The family member that was attired in a U.S. Army Class-A Uniform was wearing a nonexistent rank. The rank being worn was that of a Private First Class; however it was sewn on the uniform upside down. On very quick look, it could be assumed the rank was that of a Specialist, however, that was not case either. Additionally, there were more ribbons being worn by the soldier than he could have possibly earned, given his rank in the Army. Example, the Soldier was wearing the ribbon associated with the Good Conduct Medal which is awarded for each three years service with good conduct. The rank of Private First Class is awarded generally after one year service and at two years service the rank of Specialist or Corporal is generally awarded. Therefore the soldier had another year at least, before he was eligible for the Good Conduct Medal.