09/25/2017 by hombrerana1221
Philip Owen Wolfe Jr hails from Corydon, IN. Phil came to the attention of Military Phonies from varies posts within Facebook implying he was a Navy SEAL.
In his facebook page he had an old picture of him in uniform. The only thing I can say is Phil needed some photoshop lessons, seriously look at the pic. Stevie Wonder was even shocked by the pic (we can’t confirm or deny that Stevie Wonder was shocked)
Can’t forget to add his medals/ribbons he posted in Facebook
Ok, Military Phoines was happy to make contact with Phil. I must apologize but we are trying to instruct our guy on how to do screen shots.
Hook line and sinker, Phil was happy to say he served as a SEAL, TEAM 2 82-92, glad he included that amazing picture.
So now Phil is talking about being in Grenada then to Beirut and receiving a CAR (Combat Action Ribbon) in Grenada. He also recieved a Star on his CAR in Iraq first gulf war.
So Phil was invited to join a private group for Grenada vets. Phil of course wants to join but has to answer one small question to keep posers out, he was asked what BUD/S class he was in, Phil’s response was “102”
Now that Military Phonies had enough information on Phil he was called out on a public forum in facebook. Oh, did I mentions 2 real Navy SEALs were part of this conversation?
ACTIONS CONDUCTED BY MILITARY PHONIES
After contacting the UDT/SEAL archives and checking the UDT/SEAL database we found that there is NO record ofPhilip Owen Wolfe Jr ever being a Navy SEAL or training to become a Navy SEAL.
Philip Owen Wolfe Jr’s military records were requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
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.