Christopher Robert Hoel – Fake Navy SEAL


09/28/2017 by hombrerana1221

Christopher Robert Hoel hails from Council Bluffs, IA representing himself has a Navy SEAL with a Navy SEAL Trident on his biker vest.

Of Course in his Facebook Page one must have the standard Navy SEAL quote “The only easy day was yesterday” and a cool BUD/S quote “Sometimes you just have to embrace the suck”




And now he must have the Trident on his jacket, but seriously on the back side and not on the front, come on…




At least he puts it on front on his kids vest





After contacting the UDT/SEAL archives and checking the UDT/SEAL database we found that there is NO record of Christopher Robert Hoel completing BUD/S training.

Christopher Robert Hoel’s records were requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.




Based on Chris’ summary sheet, he did just over 2 years and 4 months and 16 days of service and got out as an E-2.  No BUD/S, no SEAL Team.



9 thoughts on “Christopher Robert Hoel – Fake Navy SEAL

  1. HARRY J DILLON says:

    This is just another reason that this country need strong “Stolen Valor” laws.

  2. RM3(SS) says:

    Seems like it’s always some overcompensating ASSHOLE that couldn’t even complete a normal enlistment. Fuck him in his phoney ass.

  3. I find the worse crime that will occur out of all of this is when his son, Hunter finds out the truth and realizes that his Father outright lied to his face all these years.

  4. JAMES STEDMAN says:

    It must really suck to be such a dumb loser.

  5. Thomas Potts says:

    How is it even possible to get out as an E-2 after over 2 years. I did not see any reductions or actions where he lost rank. Wow, he must have been a real winner to have done so well in such a long period of time.

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  7. Window Licker says:

    The dude loves his vest so much he bought one for his kid???

  8. Boonie Jarvis says:

    Has anyone notified the Iowa American Legion and Patriot Guard Riders?

  9. Robert Dias says:

    I’m a little confused- In what way is he trying to represent himself as a Navy Seal? His biker jacket has all kinds of patches and emblems he perhaps collects or is just proud of. Maybe his great Uncle was a real Seal and he has the trident patch on his jacket in remembrance of him. So what,- I don’t have a problem with it.
    Only if this guy verbally states or wears a true phony military uniform and starts collecting any benefits do I have a problem.

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