One hundred men will test today but only three win the Green Beret.
 

Shon Wilson, Fake Airborne, Fake Green Beret, Fake Sniper, Fake Counter Sniper, Fake 18B, Fake 18C…

Sooo, where to begin? 

We were sent Shon Wilson, fake Green Beret by someone who follows the site. He was hired as an “Weapons Expert” in a murder trial in Colorado. Some people close to the case saw red flags in what he was saying and what he was doing. They reached out to us and sent us his resume. It was hilarious. 

EDIT TO ADD A SECOND LINK. AFTER WE RAN THIS, GABRIELLE PORTER AT THE DAILY SENTINEL DID AN ARTICLE ON HIM AND GOT A 30 MINUTE AUDIO BETWEEN SHON WILSON, HIS LAWYER, AND HERSELF. YOU CAN FIND THAT AUDIO AND ARTICLE AT THIS LINK:

Followup article with a link to the newspaper article and 30 minute audio between Shon, his lawyer, and a reporter.

On some formats, you'll need to click on the red bar at the bottom of the pictures to access more pics. There are 40+ pictures in this article.

We  needed to perform our due diligence before going on record, so the first thing we did was post his name and resume in SF Brothers (a vetted Special Forces forum, 5600 members strong). He was quickly given the thumbs down in there after members read his resume and nobody knew him, so we sent for records. 

In his CV/Resume, he claims to be a graduate of the Special Forces Qualification Course as a Weapons Sergeant and Engineer. So he’s claiming both 18B and 18C. He further states he completed the Army Special Forces Sniper Course, Counter-Sniper Course and Military Armorer and Gunsmith…

We got his records and went on record as him having not only not completed any of the above claims, but not having attempted them. 

So, Shon felt the need to be represented by his own lawyer. She sent the lawyer he had been working for (Before he was called out on his lies) an email stating “Shon received a substantial portion of his Specialized training through a governmental entity outside of Army proper. The training and his activities were classified for security reasons. He is not at liberty to disclose these details. Nonetheless, they were a fundamental part of his expertise the areas listed on his C.V.” (This is simply a lie he must have told her as this isn't how it happens) She offered no proof of the asserted security issues or any pages from a government policy manual that would support when such classifications would be appropriate.

Before his new lawyer ever emailed that fiction, we told those that reached out to us, that many fakes, frauds, and phonies tend to hide behind the “it’s classified so there are no records” statements and if he says that, its pure BS. Classified missions, yes. Classified training as he speaks of, no.

Guardians of the Green Beret were also sent two pictures of shadow boxes that might prove he’s legit. The pictures helped reinforce that he has made additional claims of unearned awards on top of his Special Forces claims. We reached out to his new lawyer in a professional manner to explain she is repeating non-truths when she claims his training was classified. We sent her statements from a number of Green Berets going on record to debunk that statement. We further stated we are adamant in the fact that Shon Wilson was NEVER a Green Beret and never much of the other things he claims. She replied that he never claimed to be a Green Beret. Well, let's explain in the paragraph below what Special Forces vs. any other type of Special Operations Forces are (of which he was never Spec Ops either)

Special Forces soldiers exist ONLY in the US Army. They are commonly referred to as "Green Berets." SEALS, Rangers, USAF STS, MARSOC, JSOC, SFOD-D, SOAR, CA and PSYOPS are NOT Special Forces. Collectively, the Green Berets and these other forces are what makes up the military's Special Operations Forces or SOF. The term "Special Forces" uniquely applies to US ARMY SPECIAL FORCES (Green Berets)

So, even if he didn’t say Green Beret (which we have people on record as hearing those exact words), he’d still have claimed to be a GB by saying he was Special Forces, A Graduate of the Special Forces Qualification Course, or Graduate of the Special Forces Weapons and Engineering Courses, all of which show in his CV/Resume.

If his lawyer didn’t feel good about us trying to explain SF, GB, 18B, 18C, Sniper etc. we thought we would cease dialog going further. After that, we further received additional statements from: 

1) An SF officer who served as a Recruiting Operations Officer both at Battalion and Brigade levels. Chief Retention Officer at the Division and Command Levels and Chief of Personnel Division for the United States Joint Forces Command debunking his claims.

2) A former Green Beret and Attorney debunking his claims.

3) A second former Green Beret and current Attorney debunking his claims.

4) An Active Duty Green Beret assigned to US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School debunking his claims.

We can continue to get hundreds of these type statements if needed.

So lets cut to the chase and show claims vs what we can verify to the best of our ability

Special Forces Qualified FALSE 

Special Forces Weapons Sergeant (18B) FALSE 

Special Forces Engineer Sergeant (18C) FALSE 

Airborne Paratrooper FALSE 

SF Qualified Sniper FALSE 

Sniper in any unit, at any time, in any Service FALSE 

Counter Sniper Course FALSE 

Military Armorer and Gunsmith FALSE, Did he take a civilian class that allows him to claim “Military Armorer and Gunsmith?" Who knows? His military record does not show this skill.

SFC rank in Shadow box FALSE, we were told he was reduced in rank to E-4 before his last ETS. We see both E-4 and E-5 in various records. This reduction in rank statement came from someone that had eyes on those records. He never held the rank of E-6 (from article shared in picture section) or E-7 as he claims in the shadow Box

DK2 Rank in Shadowbox FALSE. We see DK3, which is on Navy records and lower than DK2

DV2 Rank in Shadowbox FALSE. We do NOT see DV2 in any Navy records. DV is an add-on designation and would be written DK2(DV) "If" he had earned the designation. DK would NOT be a source rate for a Diver. We do see DK3 in his records, which is a lower rank than the DK2 he claims in the shadow box.

ARMY Shadowbox

Top Row (All left to right)

1) Army Commendation Medal Yes

2) Army Achievement Medal  FALSE 

3) Good Conduct Medal Yes

4) Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal(ARCAM) Yes

5) National Defense Service Medal Yes

6) Kosovo Campaign Medal FALSE 

Second Row

7) Afghanistan Campaign Medal Not in records but he might be qualified (will edit if needed)

8) Iraq Campaign Medal Not in records but he might be qualified (will edit if needed)

9) Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) Campaign Medal, but for service after 15 June 2014 FALSE 

10) Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Yes

11) Global War on Terror Medal Yes

12) Armed Forces Service Medal(AFSM). Around since 1996 for qualifying service in campaigns that don't have their own campaign medal FALSE.

Third Row

13) United Nations Medal FALSE 

14) Honorable Discharge Commemorative FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

15) Domain of the Golden Dragon Campaign Medal FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

16) Armed Forces Expert Marksman Commemorative FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

17) Airborne and Air Assault Commemorative FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

18) Special Operations Commemorative Medal FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

Rank on Plaque SFC (Sergeant First Class/E-7) FALSE We see him as an E-5 SGT as highest Rank and he was reduced in rank prior to his last ETS to E-4 per our contact that put eyes on his records.

NAVY Shadowbox (GOTGB found some of these awards in Army records and gave him credit for those earned) Navy and Army were labeled by us to keep track during our research.

Top Row (All Left to right)

1) Navy Achievement Medal Yes

2) Good Conduct Medal Yes

3) National Defense Service Medal Yes

4) Armed Forces Expeditionary Yes

5) SW Asia Service Yes

Second Row

6) Humanitarian Service FALSE

7) Saudi Arabian for the Liberation of Kuwait FALSE Did not enter active duty in the Navy until 28 June 1993. The award stopped 28 February 1991, two years before he entered service. He was 16yrs old at this time. DOB XX/XX/74. 

8) Kuwait Liberation FALSE. Shon Wilson didn’t enter active duty in the Navy until 28 June 1993. The award stopped 31 August 1993. He would have had to deploy to the Persian Gulf after only eight weeks of service, which is four weeks shorter than Navy boot camp, not to mention “A” School. Also, it is not listed on his Navy DD214 at all. Likely, this is a clerical oversight made by the Army National Guard.

9) Rifle Qualification Yes

10) Pistol Qualification Yes

Third Row

11) Overseas Commemorative Medal FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

12) Shellback Commemorative Medal FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos..

13) Sea Service Commemorative Medal FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

14) PUC Commemorative Medal FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

15) Cold War Commemorative Medal FALSE. Commemorative medals are not official awards. Commemorative medals grew in response to World War II veterans who wanted medals to commemorate D-Day, the Battle of the Bulge and other special events. It has slowly expanded to cover recent historical military operations. They are simply "purchased" on-line or from military surplus type stores. Simply put, It's a money making scheme for the vendors that sell them, and a way for some to add little eye candy to beef up their egos.

Shon Wilson, fake Green Beret, you'll now be added to guardiansofthegreenberet.com Hall of Zeroes.

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EVERYTHINGREALLY:

This is almost unbelievable. This guy wanted to be a Green Beret so bad he faked it to the grave. It must have been awesome to him to take on a persona. Feeling like a hero, getting recognition, and being treated like a hero in addition to fellowship with real warriors was too much to pass up. It must have felt good. I'm sure he could have joined the military. He just didn't think it was worth it. He could have everything without dropping a single iota of blood, sweat, or tears. I feel sorry for his family. This guy is to me obviously mentally ill. I guess he never thought he would hurt and shame his family to the extent he ended up doing so. To any potential fakers. Let this guy be a lesson to you. If you want what we have, just join the military. Don't do this to your family and friends.

EVERYTHINGREALLY:

I just want to thank Guardians of the Green Beret. I had no idea this problem was so widespread. These phonies do a great disservice to all us real Green Berets. Yes, I am a Green Beret. They give a false representation of who we are, what we are, and what we represent. These phonies are almost always criminal otherwise in my opinion. Good job Guardians of the Green Beret. People probably don't realize what it would be like for me to ever actually meet a phony Green Beret. Offensive is not the word. I don't think there is a word for all the things that would go through my mind.

guywholikesgbsalot:

is that white shirt even a thing? i never knew that

Johnny O:

Ol' "Sarge" here talking all kinds of crap and stuff after he was exposed...LOL

Johnny O:

It's really pathetic that people try to get away with this type of stuff. I spent 23 years in the Army and retired in 2006 and although would have loved to to be a part of a Special Forces or Ranger unit and go through all of the training, never did it. And it just amazes me the lengths that people will go through to embellish military service.

Jacob Martin:

Question: There's a photo of him with two "fatboys" wearing berets, are either of them actually SF? The one in the middle sure doesn't wear his beret correctly (might be an officer)! lol

LoriKat:

Impressive bio. Rambo, Ralph Macchio (Karate Kid) and Chuck Norris all rolled into one. They have a song named for him "Superman, Where Are You Now".

LoriKat:

I don't know much about a military uniform BUT his pants are WAY too long...they bunch up on tops of his shoes and basically drag the ground in the back. Also, there was a pic of him with a lady...outside...without a cover. Hmm.

Guest:

Someone collected this man's entire saga here: https://jeremydewittecase.com/

Warning: you'll spend hours on this website.

Brother Of Brian Magyar:

9 June 2020

Ya' know, instead of considering why someone does what he does, like assholes, ya' jump to foul comments about someone ya' never met, or know anything about ….

I'd call our parents white trash, but that would be an insult to white trash ….

Brain went into the United States Army after July 1975, after I went into the United States Navy in that July ….

We both got out of Boot in September of 75' ….

That was the last I ever saw of him ????

Neither of us wanted to go into the Military, but we were kicked out he house by our mother, to call her a mother is also an insult to all mothers ....

If you ever saw the movie " Mommy Dearest " , then ya' might have some idea what our childhood was like ….

The only thing that put the smile on our mother's face was when she was beating the living shit out of her boys, buckle end first ….

In the late sixties, early seventies, Brian and I never did drugs, alcohol, or commit any crimes ….

As a kid, Brian always wanted to be part of a group, gang, whatever ….

I loved karate, so I walked the path of bushido, honor and face above all ….

Always a team player, but still a loner ….

People tell me I'm a veteran, but I'm quick to say that in my eight years in the United States Navy, ( 1975-1979 active, - 1983 reserve ),

I never carried a gun, or, was ever in any danger ….

Most of it on sea duty, all fun and games, and going over seas, but, after all, sailors belong at sea ….

Just as I was getting off active duty, I made Second Class Petty Officer, IC-2, N.E.C. ( M.O.S.) 4713, telecommunications,,,,

telephone man ….

Honorably discharged, I display that along with my DD-214

I'm now sixty-three, and retiring from the telephone company ….

So,,, no comments about me ….

It's been forty-five years now ….

Brian is my younger brother, but I understand him just the same …..

Kind'a like a car salesman, he always needed that affirmation from others ….

He still needs what he never got from our mother,,,, to be loved, appreciated, admired, respected ….

As a kid, he loved the song " Ballard of the Green Berets " ….

He wasn't stealing glory, but imitating that which he admired the most in the United States Army,,,, the Green Berets ….

When I read the comments about Brain, as I suspect, real Green Berets, and other Army Special Forces,,,, are much like United States Marines, United States Navy Seals, and now Antifa protesters ….

And I met a few Marines and Seals ( claiming ) during my time in the Navy ….

They are only really tough when the other guy can't fight back, shit-for-brains bullies ….

My proof, Viet Nam, Granada, Fallujah, Pakistan ….

As far as I know, you tough guys never faced real Soviet, Chinese, Iranian, or any other real Special Forces on equal footing ….

Hell, the real Rambo's in Viet Nam was the Viet Cong …..

And they kicked the ( bull ) shit out of you smart mouth's ….

When I was aboard ship, the only time I found our who went to Viet Nam was during dress inspections, when they wore their ribbons on their chest ….

They never talked about it, I assume it was the most horrifying times of their lives ….

Had Brian had good parents, good home, good schooling, a good life, I have no doubt he would have proudly earned the ribbons on his chest ….

In the United States Navy, I only earned an overseas service ribbon, and a good conduct ribbon, which I never wore, but are now on my old Navy uniform for when I pass away ….

Brian is, and always will be my brother, we suffered too much together as kids, and I appreciate the fact he is imitating the best the United States Army had to offer,,, in his time ….

And if you can't appreciate his admiration of the Green Berets, YA' can kiss my Navy Blue ass ….

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