"The ability to control my emotions and actions sets me apart from other men." -- Navy SEAL Creed
We heard through various channels that this William Goehner fellow had given a talk about his experiences to a group at the USS Hornet Museum in Alameda, California. He told the crowd that he had been awarded a Navy Cross, 3 Silver Stars and 4 Purple Hearts, that he was a 19-year-old Lieutenant Commander, that […]
Conservatives are all about manhood. To them, a man can change a tire, rescue a woman in distress, fire a gun, protect his family, and grill food over an open fire. In the clip above, Fox News recently had a former Navy Seal on to promote...Show More Summary
For years, Brett Jones lived a double life. He was a Navy SEAL, a muscular M-60 gunner trained to kill and survive in enemy territory. He was also gay.
By Barbara Goldberg NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. Navy SEAL hopeful and his friend, an off-duty lifeguard, were barreling through underwater drills in a pool just 3.5 feet (1 meter) deep. This summer, nearly four years after those deaths...Show More Summary
Management training needs to be more hardcore.
How many 'Fox & Friends' hosts does it take to change a tire? We may never know. Co-hosts Scott Brown and Brian Kilmeade attempted to change the front tire of a car yesterday as part of a "manhood" test to publicize Navy SEAL Derrick Van Orden's Book of Man: A Navy SEAL's Guide to the Lost Art of Manhood. Show More Summary
Marcus Luttrell, the author of the book Lone Survivor, his wife as well as Chris Kyle’s widow will be in attendance when Rick Perry makes his announcement.
On Tuesday morning, in a moment of almost poetic beauty, Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade and special guest idiot former Senator Scott Brown teamed up to take a “man test” administered by a former Navy SEAL. Both failed. Read more....
Debbie Lee, mother of the first Navy SEAL to give his life in Iraq, spoke at Ed Young's Fellowship Church in Texas on Sunday, urging greater education on the meaning of Memorial Day and for congregants to reach out to Gold Star families.
Submitted by Daniel Drew via Dark-Bid.com, When it comes to world traveling, nothing beats the sights and sounds of Pakistan. While traveling through the country, you might stumble upon a Navy SEAL mission to kill the most wanted terrorist in the world, get acid thrown in your face, or earn a diploma from a fake American university. Show More Summary
When you have prepared for combat, you are more than prepared to take on the business battlefield. Eli Crane, a former Navy SEAL, wanted to spend more time with family after three combat tours in Iraq. He founded Bottle Breacher in his...Show More Summary
The only ones who are acting "wussified" here are the people who need someone to fetch the smelling salts because an organization wrote that maybe kids should prioritize their corneas over their need to shoot their friends in the face with rubber bands. Show More Summary
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With the release of 103 documents from Osama bin Laden's compound came insight as to how the deceased al Qaeda lived his life at a Pakistani home until Navy SEALs raided in 2011. For Fox's Gretchen Carlson one detail was particularly "sickening": That bin Laden praised Allah.
Fox News host Rachel Campos-Duff worried on Wednesday that a Boy Scouts policy against toy guns was so “emasculating” that it could endanger the future of the CIA and the Navy SEAL program. A blog post in Scouting Magazine earlier this month complained that the 2015 Boy Scouts of...
The Navy SEALs didn't just take out Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011—they also retrieved hundreds of documents from his Abbottabad, Pakistan, hideout that have reportedly been described by officials as a "treasure trove" of info about the al-Qaeda leader. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence...
The Obama administration on Wednesday released details of what it calls “Bin Laden’s Bookshelf,” more than 400 documents, reports, books and other materials seized during the May 2011 raid by Navy SEALs in Pakistan that killed Osama bin Laden.
When Navy SEALs attacked Osama bin Laden's compound in 2011, they discovered a trove of documents that the U.S. government has now released as a list. "Bin Laden's Bookshelf," as it's being called, contains news clippings, publications from think tanks such as the Heritage Foundation, books on international relations and various religious texts.Read full article >>
A total of 103 documents written by Bin Laden were seized by US Navy SEALs the night he was killed. The documents include Bin Laden's correspondence with friends and family as well as with members of al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations.