Covert Ops - Personnel
years U.S. Army Special Forces, specialist in intelligence and counter
intelligence. Served in various capacities on operational detachments
("A" teams) and on company and battalion staffs, including
classified national security work. Final posting as NCOIC of the Counterintelligence
Section, Military Intelligence Company, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne).
Founder and president of Security Operations Consultants which trained
over 130 law enforcement special weapons and tactics (SWAT) teams in
counter terrorism and hostage rescue as sub-contractor to the International
Association of Chiefs of Police. Extensive world travel training military,
security and law enforcement. Spent six months in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait
during and immediately after Desert Storm, traveled to Sarajevo during
the Bosnia conflict in 1995, traveled throughout Latin America training
bodyguards for the regions wealthiest families. Has received worldwide
media coverage for work returning kidnapped American children from overseas.
Twenty-four years of experience in wide variety of racecars and
performance vehicles. Including street rods, muscle cars and drag racing,
late model stock cars and open wheel cars. Licensed by U.S.A.C.(82)
and the F.I.A.(87) Competed on the USAC open wheel circuit for 9 years
and also at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb Champ Car division, three successful
times with Rookie of the Year honors in 1987. Has developed the techniques
and curriculum of instruction for the Safehouse Evasive Driving modules
from basic to advanced. Participated with the California Huntington
Beach Police Department Pursuit Driving Course. Has designed and developed
the contact driving course including hooking and strategic ramming for
Safehouse, which is now utilized by almost all government and law enforcement
driver training programs. In the course of 10 years has trained hundreds
of Security Chauffeurs, Bodyguards, Executives and Family members in
the United States and Latin America.
Nick served 16 years with US Army Special Forces as a specialist in
weapons, demolitions and intelligence. He completed four tours of duty
with Special Projects in Viet Nam and spent six years combating European
terrorism in West Berlin. Nick trained with the German GSG-9, British
SAS and other counter-terrorist organizations from around the world.
Twenty years with U.S. Army Special Forces, retired at the rank
of Master Sergeant with specialties in communications, weapons and operations.
Three years in Vietnam with "A" Detachments as well as in
Special Projects. Four Years specializing in Euro-terrorism in West
Berlin, trained the SEK Special Police. Ran training course for the
British SAS in Upper Hereford, England. One of only thirteen 7th Degree
Black Belts recognized by the International Kenpo Karate Association.
Speaks conversational German and has a working knowledge of Turkish,
Norwegian and Tagalog.
Fifteen years experience
building and driving high performance vehicles. Specialist in off-road
racing, including motorcycles and all classes of off-road car and truck
competition. Competed in the Baja 1000, the Pikes Peak Hill Climb and
numerous off road races in the western United States. Built and owned
USAC open wheel cars and raced these cars throughout the United States.
Instructor and mechanic for Safehouse since 1994.
Twenty years U.S. Army Special Forces Medic, with service in Thailand,
Germany, Panama, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Saudi Arabia.
Operational medical asset with U.S. Navy Seal Team 6 (counter-terrorism
team). Trained in tactics with both the Army Special Forces and the
Navy Seals, as well as the British SAS, German GSG-9 and Berlin SEK.
Graduated with Distinction from University of Oklahoma Physicians Assistant
School with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1985, has also attended
over a dozen specialty courses in trauma care. Currently serves as Chief
Neuro-trauma Physicians Assistant at a regional trauma center in the
State of Washington. Speaks conversational German and Spanish.
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