Just wanted to share this great new website for Don and Diana Shipley known for Phony Navy SEAL of the week. You can join and help with the cause of busting these phonies out there in person face to face. $10.00 a month is well worth watching these FAKEs getting a face to face meet ~N~ greet from the Senior Chief.
Phony SEALS of the Week
Message from Don Shipley about the Fake Johnny Bea
Published on Dec 5, 2014
Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BUSTS BRIAN TARRANT from Bloomington, Illinois, RYNE NEASE from Chicago, Illinois, BRIAN KEITH LISTON from Hueytown, Alabama, and MICHAEL WAYNE CARPENTER from Gulfport, Mississippi.
Four peas in a pod of phonies… NONE were Navy SEALs.
Published on Sep 19, 2014
Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BUSTS James “Kimo” Akaka from Honolulu, Hawaii and Arthur Neil Obus from Montpelier, Ohio.
James has gained a celebrity following from his claims of being a Navy SEAL and he was not. Googling any part of his name with “Navy SEAL” brings up numerous links about him being a 17-year veteran Navy SEAL and he has reaped numerous rewards for something he never earned.
I expect Kimo will claim “lost paperwork” that proves he was a SEAL just like he did to KITV in Honolulu. Lost paperwork is just another lie Limo is using to cover his ass…
Published on Sep 10, 2014
Retired Navy SEAL Don Shipley and wife Diane Shipley EXPLAIN the Top 50 Phony Navy SEAL claims and WHY these assholes claim them.
Navy SEALs are the easiest or any Special Forces branch to verify. We are also the NUMBER ONE targeted group/profession in the Nation for imposters.
The person you BELIEVE to be Navy SEAL is not. They are a cowardly lot of despicable bastards who need an asskicking…
To verify any SEAL claim please visit
Published on Jul 27, 2014
Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BUSTS Paul David Husen of Los Angeles. Paul is a Nurse who Doctors his DD-214 to show he was a highly decorated Vietnam Navy SEAL Lieutenant and he was NOT.
Paul was discharged from Active Duty as a Seaman Apprentice, an E-2, in October, 1978. He was too young for Vietnam but Paul doesn’t let that stand in the way of a good story to get a job…