Phony Navy SEAL of the Week. Scott Stephens, The One Eyed Fatman Phony SEAL.

Phony Navy SEAL of the Week. Scott Stephens, The One Eyed Fatman Phony SEAL. If you can REALLY photo enhance drop me an email at carolshipley651@msn.com. MANY THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT... 


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Nardy

12/23/2018
05:39:20


Hey Don, morning. What project you have in mind? We can work something out with my department. If that is still available I'll be glad to help



Jrezky

08/05/2018
02:04:06


You know, when I was a tad younger I would lie about shit I did to try to look cooler than I was. I might even do it again once in a while. However, I would never, ever, ever lie about being in the military or doing shit I dind't do. That kind of shit was always off-limits in my mind, not just because it can be verified, but because it just seemed wrong.

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Abida Babida

05/13/2018
11:49:47


wow he did 18 years in the Iraq war...... it hasnt even been 18 years since those 2 wars started lol. He musta knew that 911 was gonna happen and went over there in 2000 to wait for the wars to break out.
Reminds me of my time in Normandy. I dropped in on Omaha Beach back in 1918 at the end of ww1 and hid in the sand dunes for 26 years until the rest of my unit stormed the beach and air dropped in.

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Hogan

05/03/2018
10:42:24


Lie when the truth sounds better...unreal...



aportos

05/02/2018
09:34:29


Why the F$ do they always say "special forces" NAVY
answer.. cause they think it sounds cool... you are SF and SEAL labeled..
Dumb asses.. that gave it away right there.. just like the word "soldier" and not sailor.

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NKonaya

04/25/2018
00:22:30


A one-eyed fat man could be a breacher? (Insert image of Rooster Cogburn breaching a door here!)



Cap

02/25/2018
11:03:56


Doing the math (sorry Senior Chief... It eats at my brain given my line of work), he claims 12 tours. 18 month rotations, assuming they are exactly 18 months (I never served, I wouldn't know. I'll definitely take your word for it), you get 216 months. That comes up to 18 years. The War in Iraq, according to Wikipedia, started in March 2003 and ended in December 2011 (8 years, 8 months and 9 days to be exact), so according to his claims, he should be done with his deployment by somewhere around 2021.
Maybe he forgot to say that he was over there ten years longer than he should've been because of a "Classified operation." What a dick.

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Coach

02/09/2018
13:35:28


Anther good one!



NotASealinVegas

01/24/2018
19:06:41


Seek and destroy Don!!!



Motorcity Madman

01/15/2018
23:03:09


Get this mtf .