Brandon Webb is a former U.S. Navy SEAL with combat deployments to Afghanistan, and Iraq. His proudest accomplishment in the U.S. Military was when he was a Chief Petty Officer & Course Manager for the US Navy SEAL Sniper program, arguably one of the best sniper programs in the world.
Webb has deployed to Afghanistan & Iraq, and received numerous distinguished service awards throughout his career. His platoon, SEAL TEAM THREE ECHO, were awarded the Presidential Unit Citation by President George W. Bush after their combat deployment to Afghanistan immediately after the Sept 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks.
After leaving the Navy he worked in Iraq as a private contractor, then left contracting to focus on business and writing books.
He was formerly a contributing editor for Military.com, and now serves as the Editor-in-Chief of SOFREP.com (Special Ops News & Intel). Webb is regularly featured in the international media as a subject matter expert, and has contributed to ABC News, CNN, FOX, BBC, Newsmax, The Blaze, The New York Times and more.
He is a New York Times best selling author (The Red Circle & Benghazi: The Definitive Report), and his writing has been featured in print, and digital media worldwide.
Brandon loves the outdoors, spending time with his children, and is an active private pilot. He resides in beautiful Lake Tahoe, Nevada.