Phillip Dale Monkress; phony SEAL in FL

| May 9, 2013 | 1,965 Comments

The discussion on Monkress has moved here.

Editor’s Note: Monkress needed a bump up to the top. His lawyer is sending threatening letters to our friends and I guess she decided after a phone call with me, that her threats would only be a day’s welcomed distraction. Someone is walking the halls of Congress with Monkress’ DD214 today asking questions. I’ve added some more evidence that Monkress called himself a Navy SEAL, which seems to be their defense these days, that he never said he was a SEAL. So Lori Benton of Ford & Harrison, Attorneys at Law, you know our number.

Someone sent us some information on Phillip Dale Monkress who was outed late last year by POW Network as a phony SEAL, but he’s still rockin’ the lie, so it’s time to call out the pitchfork brigade. Here’s picture of him in his motorcycle club, the US Military Veterans’ Motorcycle Club;

Notice the Trident peaking out from his vest? Well, here are his records;

Aside from the fact that Captain Larry Bailey, a real SEAL, says there’s no record of Monkress in the system, his records don’t mention BUD/S, well, unless a Computer System Maintenance Technician is the same as a SEAL in Navy talk. Here are his assignments;

He’s the CEO and president of “All-Points Logistics” in Titusville, FL, and according to the screenshots at POW Network, he works with US government contracts and claims he’s a Native-American. I wonder if that is even true, as well, since clearly, he wasn’t a SEAL. Someone at the DVA OIG ought to check on his claims of being a 100% disabled veteran, too.

ADDED: It seems the lawyers are trying to make the point that Monkress never called himself a SEAL, but here’s a page from the Brevard Business News which reprints a slide presentation in their publication;

Monkress APL ad
And an alert reader found a Florida Today article behind a pay wall. Scroll down and you’ll see where the article calls Monkress a Navy SEAL. Where’d the reporter get that idea?

Florida Today Monkress article
Here’s an ad that BBN ran in their publication about a business conference. But Monkress never claimed to be a SEAL, right?


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  1. Green Thumb says:

    I saw a mother discipline her child in the store yesterday for “stealing” a piece of candy and putting it in his mouth.

    The child was throwing a tantrum and crying saying it was his friend(?) or brother.

    I thought it humorous until I though of the similarities between this child and Commander Phil Monkress at All-Points Logistics.

    Phildo still does and probably always has demonstrated this type of behavior. The only real difference is the felonious overtones to it that Phildo has achieved in later life.

  2. Green Thumb says:

    Commander Phil Monkress at All-Points Logistics is still standing by his story (claims) to the rank and file.

    However, the senior staff is supporting Phildo. To include Smith, Wolf, The “Other than Honorable” Colonel W and the rest.

    What a shame.

    Just a group on unethical shitbags that should have higher standards.

    But that Congressionally allocated buck greases their viewpoint…..

    I wonder if they write off their consciousness to charity?

  3. Green Thumb says:

    Still hanging with the “less than honorable” COL, Phildo?

    Having drinks?

    His contacts come in handy.

    But he has to know who and what you are: A fraud and felonious imposter.

    Is he cool with it?

    I bet he is after his “pay raises”.

    • Hack Stone says:

      They are too busy going through the resumes of this week’s military posers.

      BTW, has that DWI (or was it DUI) conviction had any impact on his clearance? I am sure that adhering to federal regulations, he promptly reported the court finding to his company System Security Office.

      • Served Honorably says:

        Good point about Phildo’s clearance. His previous boss at APL was busted for DUI and the company lost its facility clearance and all its contracts with clearance requirements. How does Phildo the liar-o get by?

        • Green Thumb says:

          He has probably turned most of the operations over to his senior staff who, by the way, are just as ethically challenged as Commander Monkress.

          Though I have not found out yet, Phildo could just be a figurehead for the time being.

          But I do not know.

          Any help from concerned employees out there in APL land?

      • Green Thumb says:

        Nobody wants to answer any questions.

        When you check with senior staff, they actually say they do not know him. Really.

        But its is my understanding that Phildo is having some issues. A lot of folks are realizing that Phildo and his senior staff are using APL and an ATM. And the rank and file employees are pretty honest when you find them. That in itself should explain bundles about APL’s command climate.

        So Philo, and I understand that you still read this blog, what say you about that DUI and those clearance issues? To include your travel funding while you license was revoked?

        Also,, have you received anymore invitations to speak in the scholastic or business community? Even in Hunstville?

        And to help you out, Phildo, one billion dollars is not the same a 10 million. Additionally, why do you think your LinkedIn page is so high on the Google search? Its because folks read this and then check it out to see if you really are a shitbag. And the more corrections and omissions you make, the higher the level of shitbaggery you achieve.

        That in essence is the APL way.

  4. Green Thumb says:

    And just so you know Phildo, I voted for you in the last tournament.

  5. RM3(SS) says:

    He never “claimed” to be a SEAL but his Myspace was “Monk SEAL 4″

    Now this comment is in the right place.

  6. Green Thumb says:

    I wonder if Commander Phil Monkress at All-Points Logistics and his ethically challenged senior staff are taking the day off today?

    Stealing from taxpayers based on felonious claims, while not in uniform, takes a lot of work.

  7. Green Thumb says:

    What do you think about all of the new “publicity” you are garnering, Phildo?

    It really helps to pay people for services provided.


  8. Green Thumb says:

    Same day; same excuses.

    It seems that Commander Phil Monkess of All-Points Logistics has been away from his desk going on two years.

    Is this how you want your taxpayer money spent?

    By a “CEO” who not only cannot respond to phone calls/inquires, but systematically indoctrinates his “employees” to not know who he is?

    APL is a circus.

    And the odd thing is, I wonder how much Phildo really runs the show?


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