David Dwight Adams – Fake Navy SEAL


01/03/2018 by hombrerana1221

David Dwight Adams (Dave) comes to us from Long Beach, CA.  It was reported to Military Phonies that Dave has claims of being a US Navy SEAL.  After reviewing Dave’s Facebook page he makes it clear that he was a SEAL and his family and friends also believe he is a SEAL.


Dave states that “Frogman Friday”  why not Frogman Monday or Frogman Leap Year or even Frogman Cinco de Mayo?




Now Dave is at a dance and of course one of his friends asked if he learned how to dance in Coronado, SEAL BUDS Team Training?  Dave’s answer is pretty clear “ABSOLUTELY”



Now Dave provides some inspirational quotes, truly some words of wisdom from a warrior…





Dave we know what you do on your knees…




So Dave had 17 years as a SEAL?  Interesting…




Oh Shit, another Frogman Friday, I do like the play on words.  Trident wine, I guess this is the only way he can obtain a Trident…





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 JDavid Dwight Adams ever completing BUD/S Training or being assigned to a SEAL Team.

David Dwight Adams’ records were requested through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.





The Navy was unable to located Mr. Frogman Friday’s record.  NPRC FOIA was unable to locate a military record for David Dwight Adams.  I guess it’s not Frogman Friday, how about Fake Frogman Forever?


Dave’s FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/dave.adams.5209

6 thoughts on “David Dwight Adams – Fake Navy SEAL

  1. […] partners at Military Phonies bust the first phony SEAL of 2018, this fellow David Dwight Adams. His claims were found on social […]

  2. Rod Bernsen says:

    I am grateful for your thorough exposure of this phony SEAL. I was contacted by a lady friend of mine in Los Angeles. My friend was suspicious of his claims and because of my LAPD background she called. I called our family friend whose is a real SEAL. Took a couple of phone calls to expose Adams. My SEAL friend and I both realized after reading Adams interaction with my friend (and me via Facebook) he was potentially dangerous and she should avoid him and call the police if he continued to contact her.
    Thank you Military Phonies©

  3. Wilted Willy says:

    Funny how our fake frogman Friday’s facebook page has suddenly gone missing? What’s wrong frogman, didn’t like all the love you were getting? I say this asshat is a Tupperware SEAL! He is just like a walrus, he likes a tight Seal!!! He probably can’t even swim??

  4. Mark Lauer says:

    “Heroes don’t stand on the sidelines doing nothing”.
    Well, if it weren’t for us guys on the sidelines “doing nothing”, the heroes on the field couldn’t play the game.
    A real SEAL never dises his support people. That’s the thing I love the most about them. Any time I’ve told one of them that I was in Supply operations, there’s not a one of them that didn’t say; “If it wasn’t for you guys we couldn’t do our jobs”.

  5. Rod Bernsen says:

    “Amateurs talk about tactics, but professionals study logistics.”
    – Gen. Robert H. Barrow, USMC (Commandant of the Marine Corps) noted in 1980

  6. Todd Buffington says:

    Interesting. In 24 years in the Army, I worked with or knew a number of current/former special operators from the Army, Air Force, or Marines. Don’t recall ever knowingly meeting an actual SEAL though. That’s probably because real SEALs don’t go bragging about it or telling the whole world they were one (unless they’re running for office). Anytime you see someone advertising that they were a SEAL your BS antennae should automatically go up.

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