Editor’s Note: SOFREP has repeatedly called attention to the problems within the SEAL Teams. In light of the recent developments in the SEAL community, we are republishing our December 6, 2019 podcast episode in which SOFREP Editor-in-Chief and Navy SEAL Brandon Webb discusses the issue.
Navy SEAL and New York Times best-selling author Brandon Webb is back to discuss toxic cultural issues within the SEAL community, Trump’s intervention with Eddie Gallagher’s trial, and a reminder to send in your questions to [email protected] for a chance to have them read on our show.
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