I was traveling from Ft. Benning to Michigan for a Family reunion. I got pulled over in Ky because my vehicle fit the description on their BOLO list (Be On the Look Out). They told me that a blue truck (no other info) might be possibly transporting drugs. I was not speeding (doing 64 in a 70) yet I was still very polite. I had my Army Dress Uniform in the truck hanging up which led to the 4th degree in questioning from the Officer. He asked a ton of Military related questions and went even further when I mentioned that I was a prior service Marine to account for some of the years. He asked questions relating all the way back to BOOT CAMP since he was a Marine also! I am a First Sergeant btw....and he is looking at my uniform and ID card with E8 on it. Another officer came up and they switched rolls and asked the same questions all over again. Now, I was carrying a loaded .357 and my .45 on me at the time. My MAK 90 (AK) was on the back seat unloaded and cased but I was never asked specifically about weapons. I was asked about having drugs or "anything else"? I did not volunteer any info after reading so much on here. I did consent to the dog waking around my vehicle. Once I gave the OK (no dog was there), he just told me that I was free to go. I am glad that I did not mention anything about carrying! I think it would have made things worse. It was a 20 minute stop and unnecessary. First time I have ever been treated like that during a stop after being in the Military. Normally they look at your ID and thank you for your Service and ask you to slow down.