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    http://www.trsdirect.com/product.php?sku=RW-77

    Glen Boodry

    Tom Carter (since died in Iraq) Former Delta Force

    http://www.trsdirect.com/product.php?sku=DS-77

    Heck the entire cataloge over at TRS is loaded with Special Forces claims.

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    Ahhh, our friends at TRS. Added quite a few more claims from their stable of mostly bullshitters. I now have 40+ claims, mostly US Spec Ops.

    Keep them coming, if we can get to 100....

    BTw is TRS on the target list for a "review of specific false claims"? there are sooo many blatantly false claims there some of which I'm sure could be easily disproven. Several surround BJJ etc also.
    You are a total Douchbag. Train more, post nevermore.
    FickleFingerOfFate -08-21-2007 08:59 AM

    just die already.
    Plasma - 08-20-2007 11:45 PM


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    Yes, TRS is always a good target, just ask Dan Webre:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwhomp
    I laugh as well when I read Special Forces as a resume add.

    Are the SEALS in shape? Hell yeah they are. But they are just like any other guy when fighting. When I was in the USMC, a few from my platoon (Comm Co.) got into a fight with the SEAL team on our boat at a beer tent on night. Details on the how and why are unimportant. They got pounded by lil ole Comm Co guys.

    So gangbangers+alcoholics+thugs > SEAL team

    After that exchange, Special Forces hand-to-hand lost any mystique it once might have had.
    Was an Air Force Intel/Comms weenie, knew losta of USMC grunts. Man, can those guys drink, fight, and drink and fight at the same time.

    Heard many stories about Devil dogs laughing at SF (Army) and Seals (Navy). Special training? Hell, the SF/SEALS training is the normal training for the USMC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkieusa
    Was an Air Force Intel/Comms weenie, knew losta of USMC grunts. Man, can those guys drink, fight, and drink and fight at the same time.

    Heard many stories about Devil dogs laughing at SF (Army) and Seals (Navy). Special training? Hell, the SF/SEALS training is the normal training for the USMC!
    Yeah great, let's increase the public perception that the military are by definition hardcore unarmed fighters. :icon_puke
    You are a total Douchbag. Train more, post nevermore.
    FickleFingerOfFate -08-21-2007 08:59 AM

    just die already.
    Plasma - 08-20-2007 11:45 PM


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    Billy Burke touts himself as a member of SF and Delta, and as a SEAL instructor at this website http://www.prayerwarriorthemovie.com...eamweaver.html

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    Richard Marcinko's Navy SEALs novels may be full of Bullshido, but he was a SEAL, and in his books he talks up Kelly Worden as an awesome instructor.

    I don't think Steven K. Hayes claims SEALs or SAS memebership, but that he trained them in HtoH. This made me think of something. If an active SF guy comes to train at your dojo, can you say you've trained SF? What about a seminar? Unless the govt. cuts you a check and you train a team, I call shenanigans.

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    Eyal Yanilov has taught marines at Camp Pendleton:
    http://www.kravmagasd.com/specialops.asp

    In fact, you could probably find lots of krav maga connections to military instruction. See Eyal Yanilov, Darren Levine, and John Whitman.

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