Fred Galvin and team - conducting
high altitude parachute operations in Asia
About the book, A Few Bad Men
A Few Bad Men is the incredible true story of an elite team of U.S. Marines set up to take the fall for Afghanistan war crimes they did not commit—and their leader who fought for the redemption of his men.
Ambushed in Afghanistan and betrayed by their own leaders—these elite Marines fought for their lives again, back home.
A cross between A Few Good Men and American Sniper, this is the true story of an elite Marine special operations unit attacked by a car bomb and shot at on three sides during an Taliban ambush. The Marine Commandos were falsely accused of gunning down alleged innocent Afghan civilians following the ambush. The unit’s leader, Maj. Fred Galvin, was summarily relieved of duty and his unit was booted from the combat zone. They were condemned by everyone, from the Afghan president to American generals. When Fox Company returned to America, Galvin was the target of the first Court of Inquiry in the Marines in fifty years.
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Fred Galvin is a retired Marine who served as an enlisted Marine and an officer. He led Force Reconnaissance Marines and Joint Special Operations Forces on hundreds of missions in Africa, Asia, Afghanistan, Iraq, and at sea in the Persian Gulf, Gulf of Oman and Gulf of Aden.
He commanded the first Marine Special Operations Task Force to deploy and conduct combat operations in Afghanistan and was exonerated during a war crimes tribunal, which are the focus of the book, A Few Bad Men.
His background includes:
27 years as a United States Marine.
10 years commander of elite Marine units.
5 combat and 10 overseas deployments.
0 Killed In Action in his command.
Exonerated from a War Crimes trial.
5 years as a business owner.
2 years as a charity executive director.
4 years US Government Inter-agency leader.
2 years Tesla Training Mgr North America.
Fred successful led a 12-year campaign incorporating bi-partisan and bicameral members of U.S. Congress, omni-channel media, and grass roots support from the People which led to the complete exoneration of the Marine Special Operators he led in combat.
The day after Fred's military retirement he created and operated a regional business for
Fred also founded and led a 100% to program 501-c-3 charity aiding Gold Star families through awarding ten college scholarships and connecting Gold Star families with professional and collegiate sports organizations.
Fred currently consults organizational leaders providing senior leader performance and leadership development.
The Commando Show podcast, the book: A Few Bad Men, and consulting programs provide proven methods to implement change into impossible circumstances.
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Maj Galvin and attorneys during
war crimes tribunal
Galvin conducting ship seizures
in the Gulf of Aden, Gulf of Oman, and
Galvin during a boat raid from the Euphrates River into Haditha, Iraq
Fred Galvin providing testimony at a
Congressional Press Conference during
the 115th Congress session with
Congressman Walter Jones (sponsor of
House Resolution 21.)
Galvin honored by the Kansas City Chiefs
as their Hometown Hero
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