Victor Yager; phony SEAL

| November 10, 2017 | 62 Comments

The folks at Military Phonies send us their work on this Victor Allen Yager who is your daily phony SEAL’

Then he got busted and still couldn’t stop lying;

He was drunk, that’s why he pretended to be a SEAL. He got drunk, went to the military surplus store, bought the pin on Trident, bought the cloth Trident and took it to the little sewing shop, waited for them to sew it on and the drove home, still drunk, took pictures, uploaded the pics to Facebook, and then claimed that he was a SEAL.

Yeah, he spent seven months in the Navy in 1972-1973, but apparently he gets drunk enough to think he was a SEAL in Vietnam.

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  1. Graybeard says:

    “Not-a-“Victor Yager, who is not a Navy SEAL, looks to be a wasted old hippie & skid-row refugee.

    • Graybeard says:

      And Loser Yager, who is not a Navy SEAL, rocketed all the way up to E1 at discharge?!?!?!?!

      Victor really a LOSER Yager is a liar.
      Victor really a LOSER Yager is not a SEAL.
      Victor really a LOSER Yager is a failure.
      Victor really a LOSER Yager is a drunk, by his own confession.
      Victor really a LOSER Yager is has trouble owning up to his lies.
      Victor really a LOSER Yager is going to be GOOOOOGLE famous.

  2. RM3(SS) says:

    Stupid ass shit stain couldn’t hang for more than 7 months in the Navy and now he has to overcompensate by claiming SEAL. In the textbook of loser, he’s in the first chapter.

    • Graybeard says:

      Yeah, 7 months and discharged as an E1 really screams “SEAL!”, don’t it? /s

      • rgr769 says:

        Well, he beat the Gunga Dan line by over four months, so he has that going for him. It looks like, this week, the fake SEALs are still ahead of the fake Army SF/Rangers by more than 2 to one. That SEAL PR/fame is still working for the Navy. I guess the “quiet professionals” need to be less quiet. Come on ex-Army posers, up your game!

  3. 3/17 Air Cav says:

    One of his photos shows him standing in front of Casa Yager, which is a circa 1970’s single wide mobile home. The guy reeks of success!

    Nice background story about being a Seal stationed at Vung Tau Vietnam 72-73 only problem with the story is that being there at that time would be almost like being stateside. In 71 we would on occasion fly troops there for 3 day R&R! Nice white sandy beaches on the China Sea.

    • Sj says:

      You just weakened your case 3/17. You admit there was a sea there. You admit there was a sandy beach there. It follows then that there were seals there. /s

      • 3/17 Air Cav says:

        SJ……….I never saw either kind of Seal in Vung Tau! If there was ever a fun place in Vietnam, it would be Vung Tau. When we dropped off the troops for their R&R we were supposed to just turn around and return to Phu Loi. We never did, we always had some kind of mech. Problem. So, we would shut down, go into town for a steak dinner, French beer, and wrestle with the bebop girls!

        Ah, the good “ole” days!

  4. Graybeard says:

    Chuck Yeager would take that rifle from him and shove it where the sun don’t shine just for having a name that sounds like his.

  5. Ex-PH2 says:

    Screw him and the matchbox he rode in on. The SEALs in this video are REAL SEALs! They’s trash his sorry ass faster than spit lightning.

  6. Atkron says:

    My guess is that turd didn’t even get out of his TAD time as coop cleaner, Messcrank, etc before the valions kicked his ass out.

    Victor Yagar…you are a fucking dickeye.

    Fucking AZ…probably was one of the dummies that liked to pop up in the port catwalk during recoveries.

    • Mick says:

      “…probably was one of the dummies that liked to pop up in the port catwalk during recoveries.”

      Yup. That kind of stupid shit was always a real crowd-pleaser.

      He must have done something downright spectacular to get himself booted from a VA squadron while underway aboard a carrier.

  7. Yef says:

    That’s a big effing seal!

  8. Yef says:

    I had a 12 pack of PBR once.
    Didn’t become a Seal.
    Did I get short-changed?

  9. AnotherPat says:

    Some info about his employment:

    He is a member of this organization:

    Sadly, he was arrestd for DUI in 2003 in OK:

    Then he jumped bail in 2004:

    He had substance abuse problems in Indiana as well in 1986:

    He also had problems paying his Gas Bill in Joplin, Missouri in 2002:

    As you can see, he moves frequently.

    Am trying to have sympathy for him, because it is obvious he does have a substance abuse/addiction problem. Yes, he lied about being a Navy SEAL, but that could be because of his brain hiccups/addiction problem.

    That also might explain why he only served in the Navy for 7 months.

  10. Mason says:

    Place of separation was onboard the USS FDR? Do they just toss you off the fan tail?

  11. FatCircles0311 says:

    That a select fire PAP?!

  12. Combat Historian says:

    Damn, he must have really fucked up to be discharged from a ship in the middle of a cruise…

  13. 26Limabeans says:

    Flag on his field jacket right sleeve is backwards.

  14. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    VICTOR YAGER is a cock-sucking, shit-stained, smegma-filled, special feces butt sniper.

  15. tin_can_grunt says:

    Gosh if I’d only known the Navy had a 7 month retirement. Can I get a do over?

    • IDC SARC says:


      Not a SEAL
      Not a Retiree
      Not a Vietnam Veteran
      But he is, according to his FB page, now a Proud Navy Veteran. Proud of WTF exactly? Some folks have no shame.

      I guess he’ll be out somewhere looking for a free meal today. Queefsquirt.

      • Hack Stone says:

        Hack went to electronics school who came in as a contract PFC. Between Basic Electronics and Radio Fundamentals school, he took ten days leave, then awarded himself an additional 29 days (one day shy of desertion). He then got busted from Lance Corporal to PFC. He was assigned to 1st ELMACO, where he left a trail of bad checks all over base and in Oceanside. Of course he married his (pregnant) high school sweetheart, and everything he had was acquired through Devon Home Furniture (WE Finance E-1 And Up). So about two years and change into a four year enlistment, the Marine Corps and him came to the decision that it would be better if they parted ways. Although he has never made any claims about honors that he did not earn, he has acquired a state issued license plate with a Marine Corps emblem. So, integrity check, if you do not finish your enlistment, is it ethical to get a license with a military service emblem? I believe that the character of his discharge was General Under Other Than Honorable Conditions Discharge.

      • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

        “I guess he’ll be out somewhere looking for a free meal today. Queefsquirt.”

        And while he does, I’m sure he’ll be sporting every type of “Look at me and thank me” bling he possibly can!

  16. Mr. Pete says:

    Wow Jonn, he gets a lot done when he is drunk!

  17. Hack Stone says:

    Most people I know that get drunk wake up in bed with a fat chick, they don’t acquire military decorations.

  18. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    GEE WHIZ, thrown out in 1973? IMHO that says DICKSTEPPER FIRST CLASS!!!

  19. Mark Lauer says:

    Man…..and I thought I used to get drunk for long periods of time.

  20. A Proud Infidel®™ says:


  21. Pineywoods NCO says:

    Another nomination for the Wall of Insults; can I get a second?

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