Author: SGT P - Editor In Chief

"SGT P" is a 10-year veteran of the US Army, who served as an Infantryman with the Rakkasans in the Gulf War. He lives in the south with his wife of 27 years and owns a small business. He spends his free time riding motorcycles, diving, and working like a slave for Chop.
Military news

Life After YouTube: Don Shipley, hunter of fake Navy SEALs, discusses his work in an interview with SGT P

Before iPhones, Androids, and Instagram, the reach of “pumping up your stats” was limited to three bar stools down and the drunk barflies who would listen to your tales of “being shot out of a cannon across the North Korean border”

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Op/Ed Politics

“Words Mean Things” – Empty promises from a politician running against a Navy SEAL

As a combat-decorated veteran of the first Gulf War, you would think that this is the paragraph where I throw down the “Veteran Card” and launch into a diatribe of “He is attacking a Veteran…” and “How DARE he say such things about a hero.”  Well…I am beyond that.  Crenshaw’s record speaks loudly for itself.