Phony Navy SEAL of the WEEK: Stolen Valor. How Phony Navy SEAL of the Week Began.

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2 Responses to “Phony Navy SEAL of the WEEK: Stolen Valor. How Phony Navy SEAL of the Week Began.”

  1. mike mullen December 18, 2016 at 12:43 pm #

    there is an individual who did serve in the both the USCG and the USN. He was enlisted and eventually received a commission through the LDO Program. He currently works for the city of Everman, Texas. He claims and tells stories about having been a Navy Seal. I know this to not be the truth and want for it to be exposed! His name is Michael Box.

  2. William K Ainsworth March 6, 2017 at 4:02 pm #

    I have a question that may be related to the issue of stolen valor.

    I often like to shop at military surplus stores and have purchased/worn military style clothing. I would like to emphasize I do not adorn them with any kind of rank or insignias. I use it for camping and/or hunting trips.

    Is this sort of thing OK? With the spate of stolen valor reports I’m hearing about, I don’t want to inadvertantly offends someone who is actually a veteran while I am out on a camping trip.

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