Mark E. Bradley; phony SEAL

| December 10, 2014

Mark Bradley SEAL ID card

Scotty sends us his work on this Mark E. Bradley fellow who thinks very highly of his service in the Navy.

Mark Bradley Shadow box trash

But, of course, none of that is true. Well, unless that’s the Navy rank for a Seaman Recruit (E-1) and the Combat Action Ribbon displayed upside down means something I’m not aware of, right there next to his Navy Distinguished Service Medal. That looks like an Army Overseas Ribbon with an EGA in the middle.

Mark Bradley FOIA

Mark Bradley Assignments

But, he has a SEAL ID Card so we must be lying.

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  1. Mark E. Bradley , US Navy, SEAL , POSer, Blog of Shame | Military Phonies | December 1, 2015
  1. rb325th says:

    Good God… after my phone call from hell with VBA this morning, I am in no mood to deal with pieces of shit like this. Throat Punching this dick, just would not be enough.

    • Todd Davis says:

      I feel ya on the VBA thing. Every year they jump through hoops just to get my next years cola adjusted. Cola authorization review has been restarted in decision phase twice in the last week. Yet I get no answer as to why it can’t be automatic like most vets smh

      • rb325th says:

        Mine is a dependents issue… all the bastard wanted to do was whine about how backlogged they are. He was a condescending prick as well. 99% of the time if I get through calling them, I get someone decent, and on one occasion I got someone who was absolutely outstanding and helpful. All it takes is that one ass though.
        I work at the VA on the healthcare side, and I would never treat a vet with that level of disrespect he showed.

        • Todd Davis says:

          Found an easier way to bypas the wait times on the phone I call ebenes. Contact number and let them know I’m having issues. They have a direct line to call center auto msg may say what it wants time wise but ignore it it takes only 2 to 5 mikes for someone to answer btw ebenes will dial it for you. Hope this helps a little

        • Todd Davis says:

          I know VBA puts a low priority on dependency claims. It might be helpful to talk to your states VARO directly. Speak to a VSO. I only know the number for Ga but it might be easier and you might accomplish more going straight to the source rather than a call center

  2. ChipNASA says:

    Runny pile of shit.

    /he doesn’t even rate the other….leaving that for GT

    • Green Thumb says:

      Fake Seal and what appears to be a fake Commander as well.

      I bet he did his prep courses at All-Points Logistics.


  3. Instinct says:

    What the…. oh hell no!

  4. Mr Wolf says:

    TWO mustard stains on the jump wings????

    He’s not even trying…

    • rb325th says:

      First thing I noticed when I saw the Army Wings… hint posers, it aint what they wear.

      • 1AirCav69 says:

        Me three, first thing I noticed was Army Master Blaster w/mustard stains. It’s like the guy I met in a military writing course, that I quit due to the wannabe’s in there. This guy was a Rakkasan in Vietnam, got busted out over heroin and other disgusting things, but has Navy/Marine Corps Jump Wings on the front of his car. I confronted him about it and all he could say was “that’s what they issued me”. I told him he was a Leg in 187th after they became Air Cav and he didn’t even know what real Army wings look like. I still see his car around and still with the Advanced Navy/Marine Wings on the front license plate. He probably wasn’t in the 187th but had a nice “Zippo” to prove that. Assholes!

  5. MRS MPSSG says:

    c’mon guys …. Don’t you know he’s a Delta Ariborne Ranger, Special Forces Sniper, Recon Platoon Daddy who’s SOOOOOOO Top Secret there’s no way for any of us to verify his info??!!

  6. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    Yes, for $4.95 you too can have a SEAL TEAM ID Card! Just add your own photo and laminate. Includes lamination instructions! While supplies last.

  7. GDContractor says:

    Guys, I don’t know about this one. His ID card has “C013 YYY” on it. Only a real SEAL NONPO would know about that sequence.

  8. Hondo says:

    Using campaign stars on his Silver Star and Purple Heart ribbons to denote multiple awards was a nice touch, too. So was putting the Navy Cross and Silver Star ribbons lower in precedence than his CAR. (smile)

  9. Andy11M says:

    I love when they go to the trouble of creating a ID card that blares SF/SEAL/Sniper, cause every special unit in the military has a special ID card.

  10. Martinjmpr says:

    So, I went over to Scotty’s site and it pretty much has the same thing. Which made me wonder, what’s the story on this guy? How did he draw Scotty’s or Shipley’s attention?

    Don’t leave us hanging, man, we want details! 😀

    • John Bailey says:

      This is my wife’s aunts boyfriend and when she told me about this I wanted to bring it out and with me being a Marine myself for 12 years looking and seeing how jacked up his ribbons and devices and just everything I wanted to blow up this loser! I only met him once before this incident but would love to do things to him that would make people cringe! I’ve been to war and hate when posers say they have been there! I made sure some individuals brought him out and made him famous! He can’t even get a job haha because of this instant fame lol. And if he sees this lol it’s me John Bailey you fucking bitch! Come at me and I will show you a pissed off Marine!

  11. nbcguy54 says:

    Nice dog tag with a legible SSN. Before too long there’s going to be 100 Spanish speaking Mark E. Bradleys running around.

  12. Bullnuke says:

    I’m willin’ to bet he did some time in the jug prior to getting booted.

    • Hondo says:

      Possible, Bullnuke – or maybe he was held pending trial for a loooooong time.

      He had over 2 years of service, all at Great Lakes NTC – and left an E1. His last “duty assignment” is also redacted.

      My money’s on an OTH admin discharge in lieu of court-martial. I think the Navy on-paper assigned all personnel awaiting punitive discharge to a legal holding agency in the DC while awaiting final approval of their discharge, and there’s no such entry in his records. But I could easily be wrong.

      • Andy11M says:

        Here I was thinking he was one of those guys who’s body just fell apart in basic and wound up hanging around forever till they discharged him. No? How bad do you have to screw up at Glakes to sit there as a E-1 for two years before they kick you out?

        • Hondo says:

          That’s a possibility, Andy11M. But I think he’d have gotten E2 or E3 while waiting in that case. I could be wrong.

          • Enigma4you says:

            He completed basic so promotion to e-2 and e-3 would have been automatic.
            Look like he messed up pretty bad in Gunners Mate A school and didn’t complete it. If it has been medical it would read MHO not TPU.

            So I dont think he ever got above E-1.

  13. Dennis - not chevy says:

    5 years service, Jan 87 to Dec 92, as a NONPO. When this legit hero writes his memoirs he can call them, “Five years no crow”. I can’t wait to read them.

  14. Combat Historian says:

    Goodness, are those SILVER OAK LEAVES he’s sporting on his phoney box ? This phoney dingleberry deserves a special trip to the Officers’ Open Mess for his extra-special sandwich and cup of soup…

  15. Smirking Wolf says:

    I just have to be in awe of such an OP he was on to get a MSM so superior to the SS, NMCCAR with ?oakleaf, Purple heart, Legion of Merit. I am IN AWE, In Awe, I tell you of his stupidity. Not even a worthy fake.

  16. propsguy says:

    If everyone in the Navy is a SEAL how does the Navy drive it’s ships around?

  17. thebesig says:

    In his case, “SR” meant “Shitty Recruit”. 🙄

  18. Green Thumb says:

    Dude actually looks like a young Phil Monkress.

    He appears to be following a very similar career path.

  19. propsguy says:

    And get this, The double anchor/eagle/globe thingie…It’s a NOAA badge.