This is just a bit of a biopic about a badass: John Shrek McPhee, HMFIC at SOB Tactical. McPhee, a former SMU operator, is the Sheriff of Baghdad and Dean of Advanced Violent Studies at Gunfighter University.
John “Shrek” McPhee
The Sheriff of Baghdad is the moniker used by John Shrek McPhee personally and for his company, SOB Tactical. Shrek was the nickname he went by when he served in an Army’s SMU (Special Mission Unit). He now runs SOB (Sheriff of Baghdad) Tactical and its instruction component, Gunfighter University. A former Ranger turned SMU member, he is an eccentric and storied institution in the contemporary training world,
Originally a member of the 1st Ranger Battalion, he went through SFAS and thence to the 7th Special Forces Group. From 7th SFG he passed Selection and was assigned to “The Unit.” After 9/11 he deployed to Afghanistan, where he was involved in the Battle of Tora Bora and participated in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden later memorialized in a book by Dalton Fury.
His online bio says: “John Shrek McPhee has spent his adult life in Special Operations and Special Mission Units. He has trained countless U.S. Special Operations forces, thousands of International Tier 1 Operators and Special Forces around the world. He is one of the handful of operators with over a decade of combat having served in multiple theaters from Bosnia and South America to recent war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
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10 outa 10 tier 1 operator,his planing and the way he not only gave advice when pre ops planning,he was also super good at taking advice from his team.
One huge human being of a talented induvidual soldier .
He made it his mission to go out with his men to get the target/s taken out,but also to bring his raid team back alive,
If things went wrong John took it hard on himself for it.
An insperation to any young man who is thinking of joining the millitary machine.
Shrek is an amazing, and humble soldier. The US ARMY truly lost a piece of American treasure when he retired.
Thanks to Oakley, his name is Shrek, and not Eli (movie reference).