A 20-year pararescueman, he developed the skills and abilities necessary to excel in his field, considered by many to be the most physically challenging career field.
He was charged with recovering injured personnel and sensitive materials from the battlefield. His dedication to duty and leadership would earn him multiple accolades and the highest enlisted Air Force rank, Chief Master Sergeant.
He retired from the Air Force in 2019 to spend time with his family and devote his whole focus to GPS.
He founded GPS in 2009, and built it from the ground up to be an industry leader that sets the pace in developing and harnessing human capability. It has become just that.