Steve P Jeffries; phony SEAL, phony Vietnam vet

| August 31, 2017

Our partners at Military Phonies share their work on this Steve Jeffries in Fresno, California, who claims to have been a Navy SEAL in Vietnam with a Navy Cross, 2 Purple Hearts, and 120 kills as a sniper;

Yeah, no. The Navy only remembers giving him the National Defense Service Medal, they do remember his six years of service from 1972 – 1978 and his discharge as an E-1.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Combat Historian says:

    I am not in a happy mood this morning, as I have a migraine headache, so I won’t beat around the bush. FUCK YOU, asswipe!!! You claim the valor of men with 10 million times more bravery, guts, and honor than you can ever dream of. FUCK YOU sideways and over and under, you miserable little piece of shit. FUCK YOU !!!

  2. QM1 says:

    Man, I hear those “explosive sniper” SEALs are pretty badass.

    • Mick says:

      Badass indeed.

      I just went over and took a look at this assclown’s page at the linked Military Phonies website.

      Ol’ Steverino here likes to go by the nickname ‘The Ghost’, and his favorite quote is ‘shit happens’.

      ‘The Ghost’

      — sigh —

      And ‘shit happens’.

      Well yes, it sure does, especially when one is a lying Stolen Valor phony SEAL assclown.

      Hopefully Stevie will stop in here today and see all of this ‘shit’ that’s ‘happening’!

  3. W2 says:

    You da man Steve! 120 kills “they” know about. Oh, no, wait, you’re not the man? You lied and you’re just full of crap. Turd burglar

  4. Sandman says:

    6 years in, out as an E-1,,would love to see this guy’s criminal background. I feel like there is more than just Navy fuckery going on with this cat!

    • Hayabusa says:

      He was really on the promotion fast track, wasn’t he? If he did a full 20, he may have made it all the way to E-3.

    • Silentium Est Aureum says:

      I’d love to see his 214. 10 will get you 20 that his date of rank is curiously close to his discharge date.

  5. HT3 '83-'87 says:

    As we were told at the UDT/SEAL Museum in Ft. Pierce, FL during a visit, around 400 SEALs deployed during the Viet Nam conflict while about 10,000 guys claimed to serve as SEALs during VN…now make that 10,001.

  6. Jay says:

    Im sure he killed more that 120 each time he polished one off in the shower….


  7. IDC SARC says:

    grade A useless

  8. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    He has that Meat Gazer look.

  9. IDC SARC says:

    From his FB Page:

    “I am a 63 year old man’s ability to help people with their spiritual needs. I do not charge for this service because I know how it feels. If you read this and need help I am on FB, Steve P. Jeffries, Just text me, I will try to help, God Bless!!!!”


    • Hondo says:

      Hmm. 2017 – 63 = 1972 1954. That means he likely turned 18 in 1972.

      Given that SEAL training and qualification takes a while and those younger than 18 weren’t sent to Vietnam, well . . . .

      (Edited to correct incomplete thought originally induced by caffeine insufficiency. Corrections in italics. [smile])

      • Martinjmpr says:

        Well, according to the Facebook conversation pictured above, he served on the USS Enterprise so maybe he had one of those time travel machines?

      • Bim says:

        Hondo, you may need another cup of coffee. 2017-63 is 1954. That would make him 18 on the auspicious day that he entered service.

        Unless I’m wrong, in which case I’m the one that needs more coffee. I just know that I was born in ’67 and I’m 50 right now.

        • Martinjmpr says:

          I think Hondo just left a step out of his calculation.

          Should have read: 2017 – 63 = 1954, + 18 years old = 1972 being the earliest he could have entered Vietnam (since the policy at that time was that nobody under 18 was sent to VN.)

          And Hondo’s point would have been that by 1972 the US participation in the war had almost ended so even notwithstanding the other crap that Jeffries is slinging, simple math makes it highly unlikely that he ever participated in any kind of Vietnam combat.

          • IDC SARC says:

            …and the last SEAL platoon left Nam in 1971

          • Mark Lauer says:

            That “half tour” would have been in 1977.

          • Combat Historian says:

            SEALs were active in South Vietnam in 1972, mostly in response to the NVA 1972 Easter Offensive. For example, SEALS were heavily involved in the SAR operation to rescue USAF COL Hambleton (BAT-21) in Quang Tri Province.

            In ’72, though, the very limited number of SEALS in SVN were on TDY status, and they were all pretty much seasoned operators with probable multiple RVN tours behind them. They sure as hell were not going to send an 18 year-old wet-behind-ears snot-nosed kid there on his first SEAL deployment.

            Besides, this fucker was never a SEAL to begin with, so this is all academic…

            • IDC SARC says:

              “SEALs were active in South Vietnam in 1972”

              the last seal PLATOON left in 1971…some seal advisors remained.

              That was bait to see if Jeffries might show up to comment (or a sock puppet).

              • Combat Historian says:

                That was good bait, but Jeffries is probably too much of a coward to show up here…

        • Hondo says:

          Thanks, guys – good catch. Fixed above now.

  10. Brown Neck Gaitor says:

    Bainbridge base was closed in ’76 before he left. Although they didn’t sell until the 90’s all I can find says that the gates were locked in ’76.

    I wonder if that was his last duty station when they chaptered him out.

  11. 1610desig says:

    “The weight of these wings” should be retitled “the weight of this bong”

  12. Claw says:

    This rat turd even created a Facebook group page named Central Valley Vietnam Veterans.

    Date created: 18 April 2017.

    It has eight members so far.

    He hasn’t even woken up yet in Califruity land, so I don’t expect his FB page will last the day.

    • Perry Gaskill says:

      Dunno about you, Claw, but there’s something really annoying about the photo of the two grunts in the rice paddy and Jeffries’ comment:

      “I do remember this, damn!!! A picture is worth a thousand words… Mud everywhere.”

      It strikes me as the kind of facile thing somebody would say who doesn’t realize, 1) rice paddies are sometimes muddy because that’s how you grow rice and, 2) when vets who were in country talk about mud everywhere, they’re usually talking about the monsoon season.

      And why is the breech open on that M-79?

      Am I being unfair? Are my methods unsound?

  13. Daisy Cutter says:

    He had 120 kills that they know about?

    Well, you see TAH… In this war, things get confused out there, power, ideals, the old morality, and practical military necessity.

    The good does not always triumph. Sometimes the dark side overcomes what Lincoln called the better angels of our nature. Every man has got a breaking point. You and I have. Steve Jeffries has reached his. And very obviously, he has gone insane.

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      That was 120 that went squeaking down the shower drain, Daisy Cutter. It’s sad. They could have been SO productive.

      • Instinct says:

        No, it’s better this way. That 120 all had his DNA in them.

        They would have turned out just a much a fucking waste as he is.

  14. Bobo says:

    Bainbridge was a training site up to 1976. He was booted 2 years after it closed after a pretty obvious reduction in rank. Everyone can draw their conclusions about what caused his reduction from that.

  15. The Chief says:

    C’mon….say something, coward! You know you are reading this.
    1. Strike one = stolen valor
    2. Strike two = cowboy fan
    3. Strike three = not coming clean with the phony claims

  16. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    Ah, you guys don’t get it!

    What he meant to say was, “I get frustrated peeling the SEAL off the Midol bottle, especially when the cramps are bad”.


  17. CB Senior says:

    STFB Hard Charger in our midst.
    Rocketed back to E1 after 6 years.
    Old D-bag

    • chooee lee says:

      No Petty Officer rating not even a Designated Striker. Like you said highly motivated wasn’t he?

  18. Graybeard says:

    I think the closest he ever got to spiritual guidance was dropping a tab of acid.

  19. Ex-PH2 says:

    He was separated at Bainbridge?

    Man, that takes me back! I thought they closed that silly place for good when they moved things down to Orlando (may that pisshole sink into a gator’s nest).

    Wow, he rocketed all the way to SR. He’s the Real Deal, all right.

  20. 26Limabeans says:

    I’m getting old. I see my fellow Viet of the Nam brothers and sisters dying off at an ever increasing rate. It is sad.
    The upside of it is that somehow god is making more and more Viet of the Nam veterans to replace those being lost to the attrition of time. It is an amazing thing.
    I’ll bet there are more Nam vets today than forty years ago. /sarc

    • Ex-PH2 says:

      Hey, lighten up, Francis! I’m not dead yet! I’ll let you know when that happens.

    • rgr769 says:

      I predict that in 20 years there will be more Viet of the Nam combat vets who are SEALs, SF, Marine Recon, snipers, and Rangers than there are now. Well, phony ones anyway.

  21. Green Thumb says:

    Substandard discharge = shitbag.

    I bet this turd has taken over 120 pumps to the two-hole.