The Navy SEALs Are Investigating the Use of a Colin Kaepernick Jersey During a Dog Attack Training Demonstration

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SJ - August 3, 2020

Over the weekend a couple of videos went viral of the Navy SEALs using a Colin Kaepernick jersey during a dog attack training demonstration at a fundraiser last year.  In the videos several dogs attack one of the trainers who is wearing the Kaepernick's jersey and can be heard saying, "I will stand."

The Navy SEALs official Twitter account, yes they have one of those, responded to the viral videos saying they would be investigating the matter fully.  Part of the message also read that the initial indications are that no Navy personnel were involved.

"There were no active duty Navy personnel or equipment involved with this independent organization's event."

The videos aren't a great look, especially if it turns out the Navy SEALs were involved.  But if they weren't involved, then who they hell are these dudes with attack dogs, uniforms and military style vehicles?

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