Published on January 25th, 2014 | by Chris Hagerman
Phony Navy SEAL Of The Week – Pararescue
Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BUSTS Jay “The Major” Kerwin of Bootcampla.com.
According to Shipley, Jason/Jay was asked to remove his claims of being a Navy SEAL and fully qualified Air Force Pararescue and he did not explaining “That would be bad for business.”
Shipley states that “Jay, while fit and motivating to his clients, has mislead them into believing he’s something he’s not for profit and his claims have escalated over time with no end in sight that now includes book writing. Jay should have been content sharing his fitness techniques and leaving out the part about his service in the Air Force Pararescue that amounted to NOTHING being discharged as an E-1.”
Shipley then challenges Jay to tell his complete story. “Too many legit SEALs and Pararescuemen have sacrificed much, and many killed, while Jay enjoys telling stories to his clients.”
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Dager61, I don't think any of them would last 52 hours much less 52 weeks. The liberals would never abide letting anyone torture these posers. I do, however believe that they should be stripped of the money that they made on the reputation of heroes, warriors for our country, men that put their lives on the dotted line. I would support a law in each state that criminalizes the impersonation of any member of the armed service, the same as it is in most states to impersonate a public servant. Lets just send the message that everyone has to be who they are, even if who they are is a loser.
Ok gentleman, I believe that guys like this should be snatched up by members of the SEAL teams taking to Coronado stuck in buds and tortured for 52 weeks to see if they even have the tenacity to become one of the Elite. Then if they complete the program successfully taken over seas and dropped in a hot zone. You want to pretend tobe a seal put up or shut up! Freedom of speech is one thing, best of Valor and respect is another!
This is now on his website, looks like backpedaling to me
"Disclaimer: Jay Kerwin is not a military officer nor has he ever been. Additionally, any reference made by third parties online or in the media to Jay being a member of the U.S. Navy or a Navy SEAL is inaccurate."
He also claims to be a certified EMT Medic. California lists no EMS license of any level for him and the National Registry of EMTS lists no certification for him either.
Don, yur video editing skills are amazing dude!!...LMAO!!...Sounds like conversations my own crazy red neck family have on a regular basis!!...Still can't get over the fact though that yur hair line actually seems to be filling in as opposed to receding at yur age!!...Haaa! JK!!!
It should be a violation of federal law to claim to be a special forces soldier if you weren't or to falsify one's military record. Someone that makes a false claim in print or writing commits a higher level of crime. Stolen valor must be a federal crime and enforced stringently.
Maggot, AJ. Death by hanging. Fuck yeah! No debate over the phone. I guess word is getting out: Beware a phone call from Don Shipley, you'll rue the day. Thanks Senior Chief.
Haha, Just went to this guys website and in the "About Us" section under his bio it now says, "Disclaimer: Jay Kerwin is not a military officer nor has he ever been. Additionally, any reference made by third parties online or in the media to Jay being a member of the U.S. Navy or a Navy SEAL is inaccurate."Nice work Don!