08/31/2017 by hombrerana1221
Timothy Earl Bean is located in Middleburg, FL and was reported to Military Phonies of claims of being a U.S. Navy SEAL. Tim claims he was at… Yes you guessed it SEAL Team 3, but wait there is more, you will never guess what he did in the SEAL Teams. How did you guess Sniper? We are impressed with our Military Phonies readers to be able to guess that.
That’s a sweet Trident on your vest Timothy, you definitely have to be proud to sport that around town.
Tim was happy to provide advice on becoming a U.S. Navy SEAL, we know it had to be accurate…
Thank God he doesn’t advertise being a SEAL, like putting a Trident on his vest while driving around town or going to bike rally’s or swinging by dunkin donuts…
Now that is some solid advice from a U.S. Navy SEAL
And there is it, he was at SEAL Team 3 and a Sniper. He was requested to give guidance to future SOF warriors, but unfortunately Tim declined because of his PTSD, he can’t be part of large groups and stories or experiences could cause a trigger. We here at Military Phonies hope he’s OK.
We are glad that Tim would call out someone with Stolen Valor, I’m sure he wouldn’t put up with these types of lies.
There must be some pictures of Tim being a U.S. Navy SEAL, let’s look at his Facebook page.
Wait does that say SEABEES and that insignia doesn’t look like a Trident. We at Military Phonies are pretty good at spelling and that doesn’t look like SEAL, then again Navy uniforms wouldn’t say SEAL.
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After contacting the UDT/SEAL archives and checking the UDT/SEAL database we found that there is NO record of Timothy Earl Bean ever being or training to become a Navy SEAL.
Timothy Earl Bean records were requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
After reviewing Timothy’s DD-214 he did 8 years and 2 day’s, got out as an E-5, as an SW2 (Steel Worker rating) and NOT an SO which is a SEAL rating. No record of him going to BUD/S or being stationed at any SEAL Team.
Tim was then confronted on Facebook about his claims, gets a bit interesting. He states he’s a SEABEE (which is accurate) but states he wore the Trident in remembrance of a friend who died. He was in BIAP in 2006 with Team 3. That is interesting, a SEAL that was with Team 3 in 2006 jumped in to correct him since Team 3 was NOT in BIAP on 2006, they were located in other areas. Needless to say he stopped responding to those questions.