Irby Franklin Jordan; another old phony SEAL

| June 11, 2015

Irby Franklin Jordan

This guy has been busted a few times before, but I want to make sure that he stays busted. Here in this video, he makes the claim that he’s a Vietnam veteran and a SEAL at about 6:49;

SOCNET questioned his claims about being a SEAL six years ago. Actually, he’s just an arrogant asshole who likes to pick fights with the police. Here’s an article about him when he made “terrorist” threats to a police officer;

According to police, an investigation into the material found on 67-year-old Irby Jordan’s computer prompted authorities to sign a warrant to search his home and workplace. Upon arrival, police found an agitated Jordan, who told police to “call them off, or they are going to die!”

He then threatened investigators attempting to evaluate his electronics, saying that the machines would “explode in their faces,” causing alarm and cautionary procedures to be taken.

Police say Jordan became increasingly disorderly as officers attempted to take him into custody, violently shoving one officer and breaking another officer’s ankle.

And another article which reports that he was going to give officers a “thumping”;

Court records show police charged Irby Jordan with harassment for allegedly telling a Dothan police sergeant to come around the corner out in the open so he could “thump his (expletive).”

Court records show Dothan police charged Irby Franklin Jordan with felony making a terrorist threat in November 2011. He pleaded guilty earlier this year to a lesser misdemeanor menacing charge.

Jordan said her husband did not threaten to “thump” the officer. She said it may have been something more like asking the officer to “settle the dispute like men.”

His FOIA doesn’t indicate any SEAL Training – it shows about 19 months of service in the Navy as an Airman Recruit and a discharge as an E-1.

Irby Jordan FOIA

Irby Jordan Assignments

He somehow got into the Military Officers Association of America and he claimed to be a Navy Lieutenant Commander, but we already know that MOAA doesn’t ask for DD214s and depends on an honor system that is failing them. I love the MOAA and they’re doing spectacular work in Congress fighting against folks who are trying to degrade the force, but we know that we can’t depend on the bios coming out of them because they trust people to tell the truth in the current environment of liars, frauds and pretenders.

MOAA list of officers

Yeah, that picture of him is a mugshot, if you had any doubts.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. sj says:

    That mug shot looks eerily fAmILiAr

  2. HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

    Irby and the missus have had a few run-ins with the POPO… and the missus was a lawyer that had her license suspended indefinitely by the AL state bar – seems to have a “cash flow” issue, if you know what I mean.

    Irby is one of them thar read deal, sooper sekri skwirrl, sekret combat nekkid swimmer, buttsekks warroir!

    • Silentium Est Aureum says:

      Shitty lawyer, inflated Navy career, issues with authority.

      Where have I seen this before?

      • ChipNASA says:

        Silentium Est Aureum
        You’ve seen this before huh?
        Well you might say, that these people
        ( •_•)>⌐■-■
        Are in “Dutch”

        • 11B-Mailclerk says:

          That was slick. I am impressed.
          (Putting on bifocal glasses)
          like I had seen this in a nudder land…
          ( you know the tune….)

      • HMCS(FMF) ret. says:

        The missus is the bad lawer… Irby likes to think he’s a “real deal” SEAL.

        Bernstypants is the “love child” that they wish they had…

  3. Skippy says:

    Cool I’ll help him keep his Google profile high… LMAO ! ! 🙂
    Damn attention whore…..

  4. Green Thumb says:

    That picture speaks volumes.

    I would keep young kids away from this maggot.

  5. Old Trooper says:

    19 months and discharged as an E-1? Yeah, douche alert.

    • Hondo says:

      Yeah, does kinda make you wonder.

      Can’t speak for the early 1960s Navy, but I believe he should normally have been at least an E2 by 18 mo. Maybe one of our “old salts” from that era can comment from the nautical perspective.

      • Silentium Est Aureum says:

        IIRC, even back then time in rate for E-2 and E-3 were both 9 months, and took basically having a pulse and little else.

        So yeah, not at least E-3 after 18 months? Speaks volumes.

      • cryptical says:

        Looks like he went from bootcamp to a squadron for 8 months, then to A school. The A school line has AA,AN,AR which looks to me like maybe he came in as an AA (E-2), made AN (E-3) then got busted down to AR and discharged.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      I can speak from my own experience that you left boot as an E-2. It was an automatic promotion.

      • Atkron says:

        I had to wait 9 months as an E-1 before I could run a chit for E-2. I then had to wait another 9 months to run a chit for E-3, and then wait 6 months before I was eligible to take the test for AMH3. (Which I made!)

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        I enlisted in 1967. Oh, those were the days!

      • Smitty says:

        Clearly this guy was recruited to be a SEAL out of basic and they had to classify his records to hide the fact that he was triple decker super seekrit. I’ll never understand why everyone wants to trust NPRC over these upstanding individuals who performed countless black ops they can only talk about in bars and on social media. It must be hard for them not to be able to openly claim their heroics.

        P.S. It has been brought to my attention that his heroics are also cleared to be used as a defense in a court room.

  6. MAC(SW) says:

    You can almost bet with 100% surety that he wasn’t just an academic drop, he must have really screwed the pooch (read: NJP) to get booted.

    Maybe it was for fraudulent enlistment……

    • Richard says:

      Some lies live a long time — maybe he told them he was a lawyer … before he became a SEAL

  7. Valkyrie says:

    I just thought I’d drop in to see how everyone is doing, and read about anything exciting going on with around here.

    But reading this article (from where I was raised, Dothan. And the one after this from where I live now Florida) I’m starting to get concerned that maybe I’m at fault. Or maybe Stolen Valor is just a huge ass problem everywhere!

    Hello by the way my friends. Packing for a week in Panama City Beach now!

    • OWB says:

      Beginning to wonder if your aura has twisted itself into some sort of hoopdie loop that encourages the reproduction of valor thieves?

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      It’s simple, Valkyrie. Stolen Valor is a widespread disease that infests nearly every corner of the globe. I’d bet even the Norks in Norkiland have it.
      Don’t take it personally.

      • Valkyrie says:

        Ex- the only things I take personal are when they say we’re dikes but don’t let us know which one makes the sandwiches, and don’t comment on our flannel thongs. (Throw back Thursday!) Hehe!

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Hey Val, holler at me sometime!

  8. Brown Neck Gaitor says:

    I note that his last duty station had “AA,AN,AR” next to student.

    Seems odd that they would list the ranks in this order:

    ” E-2, E-3, E-1″

    unless that was the career progression he was following.

  9. B Woodman says:

    Here’s to hoping that they had no living offspring to further pollute and dilute the gene pool.

  10. JarHead Pat says:

    What the hell is a airman recruit in the Navy?

    • Dave Hardin says:

      Same thing as a Unick in a whore house. They are nice to have around but they don’t get in the way.

    • 19D2OR4 - Smitty says:

      It is the rating of an E-1 Seaman Recruit with an aviation billet. Or some such naval nonsense as that. I kind of like the idea of your job and rank being tied together. Although I don’t know what you would call a Cavalry Sergeant.

    • MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

      Kinda like a fireman recruit, constructionman recruit, seaman recruit … only different!

      But what do I know …

  11. D says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but I thought the guy looked a little like Jesse Ventura.

  12. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    This is his record:

    Enlisted at Recruit Sub Station (wooden shack somewhere with no running water in a quiet country setting).

    Went to boot in San Diego – Pussy … Glakes is the only Navy Boot Camp.

    Assigned to unit at North Island NAS (Coronado) as a non-rate striker.

    Sent to Millington for “A” school or basic airman training, where he failed to perform and or was a major dirt bag … So they threw him out.

    That is all.

    • Airdale USN says:

      I guess he couldn’t handle all that pressure. I went to “A” school there right from Boot camp and then to great old NAS Norfolk, VA. I’m glad he didn’t make it, he would have had a lot of pilots killed messing with him, can’t trust them no work on a plane.

  13. Virtual Insanity says:

    He’s wandering around close to the Home of Army Aviation and probably has an inferiority complex from being around all those pilots.

    That video looks like it may have been at the National Peanut Festival (yes, there is such a thing).

  14. Airdale USN says:

    All I get out of this is this nut job went to “A” school, made E-2 and E-3 and busted back to E-1. 18 months in Memphis must want to be electronics or something, my school there was only a couple of months as a Aviation Machinist Mate.

  15. Jarhead says:

    Damn! This clown’s more well known than Ronald McDonald! Judging from this greaser’s picture, he’s just looking out into space with that look that says, “Where the hell is my Navel Vessel now?” As an after thought, “I’m going to make my wife ODED (Officer of the Day Every Day)”.

  16. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    I’m sure we’ll hear about more shenanigans from this fungus-brained fart muffin, it’s only a matter of time!

    • Skippy says:

      Call it the revolving Door of stupidity. You are right, this one is a frequent flyer 🙂

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        I wonder if he’ll be the next member initiated into The Dutch Rudder Gang? He’s definitely another piece of APL-qualified material!

  17. Richard says:

    I had the unfortunate luck of working for this man. His claims are as listed.
    (A) Green Beret
    (B Navy seal
    (C)ex CIA
    (D) Designed the plan and was on one the choppers that attempted the hostage rescue 1979.
    (E) Claims his own son has tried to have him committed 3 times and has some how talked the government in to giving him his dads checks every month.
    I call BS on it all