Just recently, former SOFA Chairman Ryan Zinke stepped down to run for Congress in Montana. Today, Special Operations for America is proud to announce the organization’s new chairman, Gary L. Stubblefield.

Gary Stubblefield is a fifth generation native of Montana, graduating in 1965 from high school in Helena, Montana. Commander Stubblefield’s has a distinguished 20 plus year Navy Career that began in 1969. Stubblefield’s post-Navy career includes leading expert in maritime piracy and published author.

“Special Operations for America is honored to have Gary Stubblefield to come on board with our team, continuing our efforts to hold the administration and Congress accountable,” saidScott Hommel, Executive Director of Special Operations for America. “We are at critical crossroads in our nation’s history. It is important that we continue the fight to take America back from leadership that is causing this great nation hardship domestically and internationally. I know that Gary will be a great addition to the team and work hard to promote SOFA’s mission and goals.”

“I am honored to assume the role as Chairman. I spent over 20 years as a Navy SEAL, to include serving as Commanding Officer of SEAL Team THREE, said newly appointed SOFA Chairman Gary L. Stubblefield. “I believe In America’s values, I fought for them as a SEAL and I will continue the fight until we can restore trust and accountability back in government.”

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Special Operations for America mission is to recruit, support, elect and send real American leaders to Washington. Leaders that will defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. Leaders that believe in a bolstered national defense and the advancement of American strength. Leaders that believe in traditional values that have made America exceptional: individual freedom, limited government, and free enterprise. We will offset the leadership void in Washington by monitoring members of Congress, increasing the majority in the House of Representatives and replacing the lame duck U.S. Senate in 2014.