09/04/2017 by hombrerana1221
Jonathan Michael Visoky, AKA John, hails from Las Vegas, NV. Military Phonies was contacted by a Navy SEAL (NS) that was at an event and ran into John claiming to have been a Navy SEAL that graduated in Class 173 (note to all, class 173 was the hardest class ever in the history of the SEAL Teams) and was at SEAL Team Two.
NS contacted this author at Military Phonies which I am a Navy SEAL, I will refer myself here as Military Phonies SEAL (MPS). I should give myself a cooler name but MPS will work for this blog. Class 173 was my BUD/S class which I (MPS) graduated from. When NS asked for confirmation if Visoky graduated from Class 173, MPS informed NS that there was no Visoky in that class and MPS reconfirmed it by utilizing the UDT/SEAL Database.
MPS sent a photo of Class 173 to the NS and which point he asked John that he point out which one was him. At that point, John admitted to lying and that he was NOT a Navy SEAL and he never graduated BUD/S. Funny, you can’t make this crap up, John should be happy that the NS didn’t kick the living crap out of him.
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After contacting the UDT/SEAL archives and checking the UDT/SEAL database we found that there is NO record of Jonathan Michael Visoky completing BUD/S training.
Jonathan Michael Visoky’s records were requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
Based on John’s summary sheet, he did just over 4 years and 1 month of service and got out as an E-4. John did go to BUD/S for approximately 1 month and 23 days. With his time there he would have just been able to see my class graduate (Class 173). John didn’t have time to break in his boots or even try on fins. The NSW Center was contacted and it showed that John was in Class 176 but only made it a couple of weeks in. John was never assigned to any SEAL Team.