Phil Wolfe; phony SEAL

| September 26, 2017 | 39 Comments

Our partners at Military Phonies send us their work on yet another phony SEAL, Phillip Wolfe;

He photoshopped a Trident into an old photo – he certainly has SEAL hair in the picture;

Wolfe claims these awards;

He tried to join a social media group and quickly realized that was a mistake;

The Navy disagrees with his memories of his service;

Phil’s summary sheet shows that he served both on active and reserve duty and left the Navy as an E-3. A total of 3 years, 11 months and 28 days of active duty, with reserves a total of 6 years, 5 months and 20 days. On the summary sheet, it shows Phil being assigned to the USS Independence CV-62, he has no Combat Action Ribbon or the SEAL designation. No record of Phil attending BUD/S or being stationed at a SEAL Team. Phil was never in BUD/S class 102, that class graduated a few years before Phil joined the Navy.

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  1. Combat Historian says:

    Holding an aviation billet on a carrier is hard dangerous work; he has now soiled his service and honor by lying and pretending to be something he never was. Just another phony lying poser…

  2. OldManchu says:

    Maybe they swabbed the deck with his head. Douchebag.

    • Silentium Est Aureum says:

      And non-skid HURTS.

      • 1610desig says:

        It does…I crossed the equator …knees raw for a week…wonder if the Navy even does that “fun” shit anymore…that parchment is one of the few items I have on the wall because what it represented was relatively unique, steeped in weird tradition and hard earned

        • SMAG says:

          A little late to the party, but I know where you’re coming from 1610. The only Navy mementos on my office wall are my dolphins, my boat rockers, and the parchments for Shellback and Golden Dragon.

          I can still smell the peanut butter that glazed Baby Neptune’s (ample) belly, and I swear my back is still raw from the fire hose-and-scrub-brush “shower” when I’d made it through the gauntlet (with the boat doing angles and dangles the whole time).

          Pretty sure they don’t allow that kind of fun in the kinder gentler Navy of today.

  3. Bobo says:

    Four years of active duty and rocketed all the way up to E3 in a rate where it wasn’t particularly difficult to make E4. Good for him.

  4. Ex-PH2 says:

    Douchebags at least serve some useful purpose.

    This idiot – not so much.

  5. Ret_25X says:

    Wow…he was a trail blazer and fire starter to rock all the way to E3 after almost 10 total years of service.

    He must have been “drilling” with out behind the dumpster with all the other fakers while in the Reserve.

  6. A Proud Infidel®™ says:


  7. Ex-PH2 says:

    I still wonder why, if getting attention is so important to these twits, they don’t just pony up with a Starfleet uniform or something like that, and go to sci-fi conventions. They could go to re-enactments and act out their fantasies there, too. People do it all the time: Rennies, Civil War, Wallace facing the Brits at the bridge – stuff like that.

    I know there’s a name for this: exceptionally weak ego. I don’t think there’s any cure other than scorn and exposure.

  8. Toasty Coastie says:

    That photo looks like it could have been a young Senior Chief Shipley lol….

    What a knob gobbler.

  9. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    This guy did a year more than me on active duty as I went in as a 17 year old kid and did a Kiddie Cruise which was only 3 years. WTF is wrong with these peeps that they have to BS people.

  10. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    Looking at that face, he really looks like he could wolfe down some chow. I only had one yolk and two egg whites this morning for today’s yokey pun.

  11. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Roadkill-raping retard.

  12. The Other Whitey says:

    Nothing says “real Navy SEAL” like a low-contrast sepia image of your constipated attempt at a thousand-yard-stare. How much do you think he paid for that?

  13. Snotcrow says:

    I want to see the pictures, because my old eyes can’t read them that small.

  14. USMCMSgt (Ret) says:

    Former SEAL working as a customer service rep at AutoZone.


    • Carlton G. Long says:

      “As a Navy SEAL, I had to be able to “get in the zone” at a moment’s notice. And now I have an even more important mission…to help YOU “get in the zone” here at AutoZone. Whether it’s a simple oil change, winterizing the family car, or tricking out your ride, come see me to get shipshape. I’m no longer saving democracy; I’m saving you time and money every time you “get in the zone.”

      – Commercial this fellow practices in the employee bathroom ten times a day when he should be working

  15. Graybeard says:

    OK, my curiosity is getting the better of my impulse to hide my ignorance:

    I notice that on some FOIAs (like ol’ Wolfe-pup here) that parts of the FOIA are either covered over or blacked out, while on others those parts are not.

    Whycome? It seems like the job(s) he did/positions he held would not be sensitive information as an E3. Or do these fakirs get a choice in what is released?

  16. Carlton G. Long says:

    He looks like an art history major who gets terrible Uber driver ratings because even his drunkest passengers can discern that he is an insufferable douche rocket.

  17. Green Thumb says:

    It appears we could have another “Phil-do” on our hands….

  18. GDContractor says:

    I could swear I have seen his photo before. Either he has been busted before or some other poser was using his photo as their own.

  19. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    That looks like a Just a dream Jimmy Clanton haircut.

  20. MCPO NYC USN Ret. says:

    They chopped this POS up like a head of romaine lettuce!

  21. hoofhearted says:

    whilst wolfing down a fatass cock you made the indy look bad…place of sep ‘uss indy’ sez it all you shudda been a perm messcrank fag

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