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Navy investigating California SEAL's porn-movie moonlighting
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Disgraceful & Dishonor
2017-04-16 02:05:42 UTC
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It's a disgrace. Kick him out.

The Navy is investigating a decorated SEAL who moonlights as a
porn actor.

The Naval Special Warfare Command wants to know whether Chief
Special Warfare Officer Joseph Schmidt III properly obtained
permission from his commanders for outside work and whether they
condoned his acting career, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported
Friday (http://bit.ly/2ozyWLt).

"There are very clear regulations which govern outside
employment ... as well as prohibitions on behavior that is
discrediting to the service," said Capt. Jason Salata, a SEALs
spokesman.

Schmidt, 42, has spent 23 years in the military and holds
numerous medals, including a citation of valor for combat
overseas. He has appeared in recruiting campaigns, even serving
as the face of the SEAL program on its website, the Union-
Tribune said.

He has appeared under the name Jay Voom in at least 29 sex films
over seven years with titles such as "Apple Smashing Lap Dance"
to "Strippers Come Home Horny from the Club," the paper said.

Many feature his wife, porn star Jewels Jade.

Schmidt declined to comment to the newspaper, but his wife said
many of his fellow SEALs at the Coronado base in Southern
California watched the videos online.

"They knew about it at work," Jade said. "He got called in and
they said, 'Look, keep it on the low, don't mention the SEAL
name and blah, blah, blah.' "

"He was always pretty open about it with the command," she said.
"I mean, honestly, all of his buddies knew about it. Everybody
knew about it."

Jade first appeared in porn films in 2001, but she left the
industry by 2003 to become a wife and mother and help run a real
estate firm the couple founded in 2005 while Schmidt was
assigned to Virginia.

The business foundered, and the couple filed for bankruptcy
after running up nearly $2 million in debt, the Union-Tribune
said.

As business losses deepened, Jade turned to stripping to make
ends meet and then returned to making porn films.

"It's helped our family. It got us out of a lot of financial
issues we were going through," Jade said. "I could take care of
the child. I could try to get us out of financial debt."

Jade said she has tried to obtain other work. But her fame, with
millions of fans worldwide, made it difficult.

She sought a management job at a San Diego luxury hotel last
year but was recognized before she finished her employment
interview. "Once you're recognized and you build a brand and
you've got your fans who know who you are, when you go to try to
find a job, you can't get another job," she said.

Schmidt was transferred to Coronado in 2009. Jade said she
recruited her husband as an unpaid performer to cut the costs of
making films for her website and film-distribution service.

The military has taken a dim view of its members engaging in
racy pursuits.

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Michelle Manhart, a training
instructor, was reprimanded and demoted after she posed nude for
Playboy in 2007. The Navy discharged or otherwise disciplined
about a dozen servicemen and servicewomen in 1980 for posing in
Playboy or Playgirl.

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Information from: The San Diego Union-Tribune,
http://www.utsandiego.com

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/navy-investigating-
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Fred J. McCall
2017-04-16 04:15:41 UTC
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Post by Disgraceful & Dishonor
It's a disgrace. Kick him out.
Why?
Post by Disgraceful & Dishonor
The Navy is investigating a decorated SEAL who moonlights as a
porn actor.
Why is that a problem?
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"Some people get lost in thought because it's such unfamiliar
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PaxPerPoten
2017-04-16 06:25:02 UTC
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Post by Disgraceful & Dishonor
It's a disgrace. Kick him out.
Why?
Maybe it is time to re-institute the Tail hook parties. ;-)
Post by Fred J. McCall
Post by Disgraceful & Dishonor
The Navy is investigating a decorated SEAL who moonlights as a
porn actor.
Why is that a problem?
I agree...The Government(CIA) gives them assignments to do some really
immoral things and then gets excited about a little Sexual romping.

Make Love..Not War..
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It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard
the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all
ages who mean to govern well, but *They mean to govern*. They promise to
be good masters, *but they mean to be masters*. Daniel Webster
John Weiss
2017-04-16 09:55:31 UTC
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Why is that a problem?
I agree...The Government(CIA) gives them assignments to do some really
immoral things and then gets excited about a little Sexual romping.
Make Love..Not War..
Except that the CIA does not assign the military. The CIA has their own
drones...
PaxPerPoten
2017-04-17 07:04:31 UTC
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Post by Fred J. McCall
Why is that a problem?
I agree...The Government(CIA) gives them assignments to do some really
immoral things and then gets excited about a little Sexual romping.
Make Love..Not War..
Except that the CIA does not assign the military. The CIA has their own
drones...
The CIA in Nam Tasked Special forces and the Seals on many occasions. As
for Drones...What has that to do with Sexual adventures and Seal Team
assignments?
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It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard
the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all
ages who mean to govern well, but *They mean to govern*. They promise to
be good masters, *but they mean to be masters*. Daniel Webster
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