12/08/2017 by hombrerana1221
Kelly Martin Silveria comes to us from Terrebonne, Oregon. Kelly claims the “First Vietnam, Navy Seal” and “Wounded in Action” on his Facebook page. Kelly claims to have been in Vietnam in November of 1968. He loves to wear the Navy SEAL Insignia on his vest and all his wedding pics.
Hey look who got married and had to sport his Trident so everyone can see, I bet those Wedding pics are allover the house. Something he can always remember, a true romantic…
But wait there is more, he can’t go out in public without that Trident or to meet others in Harley Group (Central Oregon Chapter).
The only thing that would make him a bit more legit is a Gigantic Trident on his hat, you know the ones you order on Ebay since no Real SEAL would or could ever wear one as dumb as those. They are considered more of an advertising billboard that says “Hey look at me I am a Navy SEAL, no seriously a true Navy SEAL just don’t ask me questions because I am classified and can’t discuss my secret mission unless we are drinking then I’ll tell you all the people I’ve killed and the amazing missions I have done”
This turd claims having PTSD and states the following “While I was at the military, being out on detachment, being away from my family for nine months at a time, I did four tours in Vietnam. My last tour I got shot, so therefore after I got out of the service, it was really hard on my family. I had what they call Post-Traumatic Stress syndrome from being shot and my family had to learn how to deal with me all over again because of anger issues and those kinds of things that take place when you’ve been in a war.” I think the only thing he said was correct in the story was his age.
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After contacting the UDT/SEAL archives, the Naval Special Warfare Center and checking the UDT/SEAL database we found that there is NO record of Kelly Martin Silveria ever completing BUD/S Training or being assigned to a SEAL Team.
Kelly Martin Silveria ’s records were requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
Based on Kelly’s summary sheet, he did just over 3 years, 11 months, 24 days of active service. Kelly was discharged as an E-4, AO3 (Aviation Ordnancemen). His service record shows No BUD/S, no SEAL Team. No Purple Heart (Wounded in Action). He wasn’t in Vietnam in November of 1968, he wasn’t even in the Navy then.