Robert Eugene Morgan – U.S. Navy SEAL, Petty Officer 2nd Class (E-5), Injured in Libya during a Covert SEAL Mission, Blog of Shame


03/18/2020 by militaryphonies


Robert Eugene Morgan comes to us from Kingsland, Georgia. He is originally from Colorado. Morgan is 57 years old at the time of this writing – March 2020. Morgan goes by simply “Bob.”

Bob Morgan – The Brunswick News

Mogan was just featured in The Brunswick News article.

The military claims were nicely summarized at the beginning of the article.

Some people were skeptical and asked Military Phony to look into these claims.

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After contacting the UDT/SEAL archives and checking the UDT/SEAL database we found that there is NO record of “Robert Eugene Morgan” or any other variation of his name ever completing BUD/S Training or assigned to any SEAL teams during the time he was in the Navy. There is someone with that name that went through BUD/S much earlier than this Bob.

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Robert Eugene Morgan’s military records were ordered through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

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NPRC FOIA Results – Robert Eugene Morgan – Summary Sheet
NPRC FOIA Results – Robert Eugene Morgan – Assignments

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DoD Manpower Data Center (SCRA) Results

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Morgan’s official military records from the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) do not support many of his claims.

Time in Service

The service time that he claims of six (6) years is not supported. Several official records show that he served from 1984-1988.


Morgan’s records show that he was enlisted and was discharged as an AMH3 (E-4) which is a Aviation Structural Mechanic Third Class. His records do not support his claim that he was a Second Class Petty officer (E-5) which is one enlisted pay grade above his actual rank at discharge.


The article about Morgan claimed that he had earned the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Navy Expeditionary Medal (two times); Meritorious Unit Commendation (six times); Navy Unit Commendation (five times); Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Service Medal.

His records actually show he was awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation (one time); the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (not claimed); and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. The rest of the medals claimed were not listed in Morgan’s official military records.


Morgan’s records show no training as a Navy SEAL nor any duty assignments as a Navy SEAL, yet the newspaper article claims he was a SEAL and injured on a covert SEAL mission in Libya. As mentioned before, he was not found in the BUD/S-SEAL database when it was checked.

Purple Heart

Morgan’s records show no listing of a Purple Heart. Although he claimed that he was injured and denied a Purple Heart because the U.S. was not technically at war with Libya, it is really a story implying that he rated one but there was somehow an honorable reason why he did not have one.

The Purple Heart medals is covered by the Stolen Valor Act of 2013.

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If the claims by Bob Morgan were used to leverage work, military or civilian promotions, or anything else of value, he may be in violation of Stolen Valor laws.

It can be argued that credibility from appearing in a newspaper article is something of value, especially around the community in which he lives.

State laws may also apply in regard to Stolen Valor.

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Bob Morgan – The Brunswick News

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11 thoughts on “Robert Eugene Morgan – U.S. Navy SEAL, Petty Officer 2nd Class (E-5), Injured in Libya during a Covert SEAL Mission, Blog of Shame

  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    Hot diggity dog, hadn’t had us a seal (sic) as a chew toy in a day or so. Smooth move exlax, just brought yourself a whole plate full of Google Fame for your lying embellishing POS self there, Robert Eugene “Bob” Morgan. Coulda, shoulda, woulda, had oughta been proud of serving when not everyone else was….but noooooooo, had to go defecating all in your mess kit. And not even doing a very good job of posing. No dog, no doo rag, no moto sickle, no tats, no I Love Me wall, no mirrored shades. Probably do have that meat gazing stare down pat. As you go on by “Simply” Bob, here’s to hoping you enjoy getting to be Gooogle Famous. Embrace the Suck…Bitch.

    • Gregory Romeu says:

      Bob? If I’m not mistaken, aren’t you the Pervert that hangs out at the piers trying to stare at babes in bikinis that lounging on their yachts?

      Known fact: in the world of Aviation anything to do with Hydraulics or pneumatics means that you are working with things that suck and blow. Bob? I can tell from this report that you must be a master at your job!

  2. Bruce says:

    It seems poor Bob doesn’t have a leg to stand on.

  3. Bob: Why not be proud of your time in? You nearly did four years. You survived Jacksonville FL. You “did” the “airedale thing”.

  4. A Flight Engineer says:

    I’d say the last fake SEAL, Daryl Cleve Edwards, has a leg up on little Bobby

  5. Jay says:

    “There is someone with that name that went through BUD/S much earlier than this Bob.”

    So there’s a good chance this POS is not only embellishing his own service, but stealing valour from his father.

  6. Contractor1803 says:

    Does this make him a one-legged man in an ass kicking contest? Asking for a real vet.

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  8. DukeYukon says:

    Bluto wearing Popeye’s hat.

    Dude, you aren’t the only man who colors his hair. But can’t you afford Just For Men? Looks like you smeared shoe polish in your beard.

    • gunnee says:

      he should use that toned down brown iCE T had that same problem its funny how we all go through it. fake and proud is a real paradox

  9. William Retired "Buck Sergeant" says:

    Well Bob, I have Truly been to places you have never been, and Probably won’t see, ever. That being said, maybe, if you just be real, people might like you. Then again, maybe not.

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