Scott Alan Huff – Is not a Navy SEAL, Blog of Shame


08/06/2018 by militaryphonies

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Scott Alan Huff comes to us from Cheyenne, WY.   Scott is 45 years old as of August 2018.


Scott often wears US Navy bling…


… nothing wrong with being proud of your military service.

huff-navy hat

Years ago, Scott Huff’s then-girlfriend/wife made a comment about him being a SEAL for eight (8) years as he got ready to serve as a VFW Honor Guard…


Makes one wonder why she would be under the impression that Scott was a SEAL for eight years, not to mention the specificity of the claim.  She never made any correction to this claim.

We keep getting reports about little Scott being a Navy SEAL.  Some have told us he even has Certificates and such saying as much.  Even his church seems to be under some impression he was a Navy SEAL.

You can see the rest of that stuff by following the link HERE   After we get enough people over long enough period of time reporting an individual making these kind of claims even people as slow as we are start to get suspicions. 


Scott Alan Huff’s military records were ordered via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

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This case had previously come with a BUD/S verification by Don Shipley…


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After contacting the UDT/SEAL archives, the Naval Special Warfare Center and checking the UDT/SEAL database ourselves, we discovered this Shipley guy was correct and there is NO record of Scott Alan Huff ever completing BUD/S Training or being assigned to a SEAL Team.

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The military records do not support claims being made about Scott Huff:

  • No BUD/S (SEAL) training.
  • He was in for a little over two years vs. the eight-year claim.

On the FOIA Summary Sheet, it lists his rank as AA (Airman Apprentice) which is an “E-2”.

It also lists that he served on board the USS Abraham Lincoln.

We obtained a photo of Scott Huff in 1993 while he was serving on the USS Abraham Lincoln.

huff-uss abraham lincoln

In the photo above, he is an AN (E-3) in 1993, so that means that he must have dropped rank prior to him getting out of the Navy.   He never made a claim of rank, so this is really just an observation.

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Since there are a lot of people who seem to be under the impression that Scott Huff was a Navy SEAL, we are glad we had this opportunity to help him clear those false impressions up.  We a sure he would have eventually taken the time to do it on his own but we understand how hectic life can be sometimes.  Scott A. Huff has never been a Navy SEAL he only served about 2 years and rocketed all the way to E-2 because he was reduced in rank and probably shown the way off the pier.  




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17 thoughts on “Scott Alan Huff – Is not a Navy SEAL, Blog of Shame

  1. Gregory Romeu says:

    Even I will admit that Navy chow is the wet best and will beat a C-Rat hands down, but damn???

  2. Tim says:

    You referred to him as “little Scott Huff”….That’s about the only thing you got wrong about the “HUGE TURD!”

  3. Ron McCauley says:

    The closest to becoming a SEAL he got was turning into a baluga whale.

  4. Bom2motiv says:

    With that Tshirt on we should call him Boba Fat!

  5. Dean says:

    Don Shipley’s mission is to expose Fake SEALs. If he says they are fake you can take it as gospel truth

  6. Bruce KillerB Tibbetts says:

    LOL Oh Good GAWD!! A SEAL?? REALLY??? Looks more like a walrus…God bless you ACTUAL SEALs, but this one just makes me laugh more then i can get pissed. Just STOP you chubby son bitch.. STOP!!

  7. 5th/77thFA says:

    The Girls and Boys over @ thisainthellus are gonna have fun poking @ this blubberous NOT A SEAL Scott A. Huff. Lying POS Valor thief. How did the Church find a Baptismal Pool large enough for this faker and his ego? God may forgive him of his sins, but the spirits of true Warriors never will.

  8. Steve says:

    From the looks of that picture from the Abe Lincoln he wasn’t even an E-3. He doesn’t have any stripes on his uniform just the Airman Apprentice insignia, so that would make him an E-1 at the time of that photo. It was standard practice to refer to E-1’s through E-3’s who were undesignated as just Airman, Fireman, or Seaman. It made it easier for the higher ranks to address them.

    • William A Wright says:

      Yes I agree could have been a typo in the cruise book but you have to work hard not to make E-3, and I agree he was kicked out while on the Lincoln based on his assignment record. Must have been an outstanding sailor.

      • Steve says:

        He would have had to busted down to E-2 and then kicked out that is for sure. Even back then it was 9 months between E-1 and E-2, 9 months between E-2 and E-3 and 6 months between E-3 and eligibility for E-4. So he definitely should have made it to at least E-3 before being discharged. So it is safe to say he was kicked out. Either way there ain’t no way he was ever a SEAL!

  9. […] people were under the impression that a Scott A. Huff was a Navy SEAL with 8 years of service.  Military Phonies is reporting today that they are making efforts to help Scott clear up this […]

  10. Tim says:

    I think he meant to say while he was in the Navy he Ate a seal and Not that he was a SEAL.

  11. Rolling Dognut says:

    Maybe the diabeetus done screwed up his brains?

  12. Bruce says:

    I think he could pass the manatee course.

  13. FC2ESWS) says:

    Can we check and see if he was a Navy Walrus? That is more fitting given his photo’s. What a tool.

  14. rob says:

    Just unfreakingbelievable

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