This certificate is where he graduated from the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, dated .
And of course another slip up, in the above email he claims SEAL Team Three, but on his fake certificate he has SEAL Team Five, dated 2 August 1987.
North’s costumes, certificates to include his work computer on which he created all the fake documents, were confiscated by the ATF.
They indicted him on Federal charges on 10 July 2013, one count of Production of false identification documents, and two counts of Impersonating a Federal officer, both of which are felonies.
The color gold embodies the excellent quality of special operations forces and their intrinsic value to the Nation's defense.
The spearhead, taken from color staffs dating from antiquity, represents the initial force of attack and symbolizes how special operations forces lead the way to subduing the enemy's defenses.
Meet Brent North, not only has he claimed he was a Navy SEAL, and a star quarterback at Penn State, but also an ATF agent.
He also had all the certificates to prove each one of them, only problem, they were all fake.
Then at the age of 41, he joins the ATF, one busy guy if you ask me!
He claims to have been awarded the Navy Cross,for his bravery in battle in Mogadishu on 12 July 1993, braving a hail of gunfire to save his entire SEAL Team.
Wounded, bleeding and unable to walk, he pulled all of his team to safety.
Special Operations Command (SOCOM), distinctive unit insignia An oval-shaped metal and enamel device 1 inch (2.54 cm) high by 27/32 inch (2.14 cm) wide, consisting of a black oval bearing a gold finial spearhead upright with three gold bands on the shaft issuing from the base of narrow gold border, surrounded by a black designation band inscribed "SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND" arched at the bottom and "UNITED STATES" arched at the top divided by four stars, two on the left and two on the right in base metal.
Symbolism: The color black represents special operations activities that may be performed under the cover of darkness.