Brandon Webb is a former U.S. Navy SEAL with combat deployments to southwest Asia, including Iraq and Afghanistan. His proudest accomplishment in the U.S. Military was his role as Course Manager for the US Navy SEAL Sniper program, arguably the most difficult sniper course in the world.
Webb has received numerous distinguished service awards throughout his career, including the Presidential Unit Citation (personally awarded to him by President George W. Bush) awarded to his SEAL platoon after their Sept 11th, 2001 deployment to Afghanistan.
After the Navy, he worked in Iraq in support of U.S. Intelligence interests, and then left to focus on business and writing.
He was formerly a contributing editor for Military.com, and currently the Editor-in-Chief of SOFREP.com (Special Ops News). SOFREP.com is the #1 Internet site for timely and accurate information regarding the Special Operations and Intelligence communities.
Brandon is regularly featured in the international media as a subject matter expert. He has appeared on ABC News, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, BBC, Newsmax, The New York Times and more.
Brandon is a New York Times best selling author with several non-fiction titles completed. He is working on his first novel, a military thriller. His last book, The Red Circle, made the New York Times best seller list its first week in publication.
He is an avid surfer, skier, member of the legendary Windansea surf club, free diver, masters swimmer, and an instrument rated private pilot who flies a Yak-52.