A video of a military humvee towing a Trump flag in Louisville Sunday has made its rounds on social media.
Wednesday a spokesman for the Navy revealed the vehicle belongs to the SEALs.
The vehicle failed to indicate whether it belonged to a civilian or military personnel, raising questions of concern. However, Navy officials claimed ownership of the vehicle.
“The convoy were service members assigned to an East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare unit driving vehicles while transiting between two training locations,” Lieutenant Jacqui Maxwell said. Due to DoD regulations, Maxwell said an investigation would take place, as “the flag shown in the video was unauthorized.”
Maxwell added that because Navy Special Warfare Units responsible for such vehicles are also operated by other staff members, the driver may not have been a SEAL.
The original video can be seen below:
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