Scott Taylor, US Navy SEAL, Iraq War Veteran
September 28, 2013

Scott Taylor is an Iraq War veteran, and member of the Virginia War Memorial Board of Trustees, appointed by Governor Bob McDonnell. He is an advocate for men and women in uniform and is a frequent guest of Fox News Channel on military and veterans’ issues. He believes in free market capitalism, American energy independence, smaller and less intrusive government and private sector job creation.

Scott Taylor enlisted in the U.S. Navy, becoming a US Navy SEAL at age 19. As a SEAL, Scott served throughout South and Central America where he gained a fluency in Spanish, built rapport with host nation militaries and leaders, and advanced U.S. interests. Scott also served in Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he was injured in a fall during a combat mission in 2005. Scott served over 8 years in the SEAL teams and spent 2 years teaching his fellow SEALs marksmanship and reconnaissance.

Scott also regularly appears on FOX & Friends First, FOX & Friends, Neil Cavuto, and Geraldo At Large. He has contributed to segments with various topics such as, defending the 3 Navy SEALS charged with abusing a terrorist, the US budget, Iraq war, Afghanistan war, Military absentee voting, etc. Scott has been on numerous radio shows ranging from Mr.Tony Macrini in Hampton Roads to nationally syndicated Radio host Mancow Muller.

Scott Taylor is a Constitutional conservative in the Reagan tradition, believing in the strength of the free market and limited government as the best way to create the highest standard of living and quality of life for all citizens.