In 1986, Keith started his career in Law Enforcement with St. Louis County. After a couple of years, Keith transitioned over to Maryland Heights Police Department where he spent the duration of his career. During his 31 years in law enforcement, Keith served his department and his community in various roles including but not limited to: teaching at the St Louis County police academy, serving as a Multi-Assault Counter Terrorism Action Capabilities Instructor, a Firearms instructor focusing on tactical rifle applications, and as a Homicide Investigator. Keith also served on the SWAT team where he took charge and executed search warrants throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan area and surrounding counties which involved working extensively with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Keith also taught constitutional law at the police academy which has assisted Peacemaker Defense Group as we continue to build our training courses for Law Enforcement. In Keith’s retirement, his goal is to provide continued education for law enforcement with the goal of implementing an entirely new approach to the way to manage Police.
After spending four years in the United States Marine Corps conducting endless combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan as a member of a Mobile Assault Platoon, Alexander was tasked with training Marines in various forms of specialized warfare. Upon leaving the Marine Corps in 2011 Alexander continued his service by providing Close Protection services for wealthy families, corporate officers, and media personalities in Hollywood, California. Driven to a higher purpose, Alexander decided to leave his position in Hollywood and travel back overseas, to Kabul, Afghanistan. There he worked as a member of the Embassy Liaison Unit providing Close Protection for the Secretary of State, first lady of Afghanistan and US Ambassadors. Alexander provided these services for the next five years, working directly with Diplomatic Security Service and other Agencies. Currently, Alexander Serves as the Vice President of Peacemaker Defense Group, pulling from his first-hand knowledge of special warfare and Close Protection Alexander is able to not only employ the best cannadits but also help Peacemaker in the direction it needs to go.
Felipe started his career of protection in the Army serving for 8 years. During this time, he served as a Military Policemen on personal security details for high ranking officials and US diplomats. Felipe did 3 combat tours to Afghanistan where he provided various elements of security to assets of the US government. Returning from the military Felipe spent a year working for the DOD at SOCOM and then transitioned to the private sector were he spent 3 years managing security operations and consulting in the cannabis industry in California. Felipe then returned to Miami, Florida where he started networking and building a strong base of clients in need of protection services. Felipe is bilingual and fluent in English and Spanish.
Sean is a DOD/DHS clearable professional & project manager with over 10 years in both continental and international intelligence and business operations. After his career in the Army, he transitioned over to the private sector where he contracted with various agencies. His experience ranges from operations in intelligence government community with organizations such as Special Operations Command to project management for government and commercial entities.
Sean’s business experience includes handling international clients from various countries (China, India and the UK). Business strategist, plan and manage multimillion-dollar projects aligning business goals with technology solutions to drive process improvements, competitive advantage and bottom-line gains. Excellent communicator; leverage technical, business and financial acumen to communicate effectively with client executives and their respective teams. Experienced in AGILE, Lean Six Sigma, ITIL, and SDLC methodologies.
Seans involvement in intelligence operations span from different experiences while serving on several inter-agency task forces with both the intelligence community and Federal Law Enforcement, which has led to multiple deployments overseas. Sean has acted as the representative or lead for many different agencies. His skills in the IC span from human and counter-intelligence, interrogations, all source analysis, targeting, watch duties, counter terrorism, cyber terrorism, and criminal investigations. Sean also has experience in the training of intelligence processes, procedures, and systems.
This government experience is not limited to intelligence operations as he also has experience in emergency management (FEMA Hurricane Sandy NRCC), COOP, hazard mitigation, PSD, urban operations and executive protection.
Beginning his career in Royal Dutch Army, Marvin served with an elite airborne assault unit. During his time in the Army, Marvin operated in many capacities until transfering to Special Forces Branch Hilversum. Here Marvin flourished, completing extensive training, including a hot weather (jungle), desert, cold weather, and mountaineering training, conditioning, collaboration with Royal Dutch Marines, KCT (Dutch Special Forces) and the French Foreign Legion. Marvin also served as tactical dive operator and completed numerous joint special operations missions with foreign elements. Upon Leaving the Army Marvin, began contracting and teaching at the European Security Academy where he trains operators on tactical medical applications, specialized warfare and close protection. Marvins role as a contractor has once again taken him all over the world, often finding him in remote places like Africa or the jungles of Latin America. Marvin is also fluent in 6 languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
Jason served from 2008-2014 in US Special Operations as a USAF PJ (Pararescue Jumper). With over 60 combat rescue missions in Helmand Province Afghanistan during the 2012 "Taliban spring offensive" including a mission to Islamabad, Pakistan, Jason received the AFCAM (Air Force Combat Action Medal) for engaging hostile enemies in combat. Jason has instructed over 1,600 students over the course of 9 years as a private/contracted TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) instructor for various agencies including FEMA.
Jason is a former 2-sport NCAA athlete (GCU Baseball & University of Arizona Football) & High School Under Armour/Team One All-American. As a 2014-2016 member of the University of Arizona Football team, Jason and his teammates were 2014 PAC 12 South Champions as they earned an appearance in the 2014 Vizio Fiesta Bowl vs Boise State. As pre-med student & researcher at the U of A, Jason teamed up with Dr. Ricardo Valerdi to win the NCAA/DoD Mind Matters Challenge inventing & developing a smartphone app that simulates football concussions in virtual reality. Jason continues to consult & research for University of Arizona research teams/corporations in multiple capacities including a senior intern research position in 2018 with the U of A DSRI (Defense & Security Research Institute).
After earning his BA in Biochemistry, Jason formed a 501c3 as well as his LLC SOCOM (Special Operations Command) Athlete. In the last year, Jason has professionally mentored & developed 430 special operations candidates in 7 different states. The SOCOM Athlete network is proven to be America's largest & most popular media/news/developmental resource for US Special Operations candidates in the United States.
After receiving his degree in Journalism and Communications from Loyola University of Chicago in 1998, Andrew was offered a position with the US Customs and Border Patrol working as an Air Interdiction Unit Leader. He also worked with the agency’s BORSTAR unit, conducting search and rescue operations across the entire southern border. By 2002, Andrew began working with US Department of the Interior’s National Helicopter Rescue units stationed in Hill Air Force Base. During the 2002 Winter Olympics, he was retained by the NSSE (National Security Special Events Task Force) which operated a hangar in Mountain Green, Utah across from the venue with the FBI, Secret Service as well as several intelligence agencies. The task force conducted security, communications and overflight duties for the Super G Downhill event at Snow Basin, including but not limited to the establishment of outer and inner cordons, observation posts and hide sites for counter-snipers as well as aerial reconnaissance / search and rescue capabilities.
In 2008 Andrew began working as a protective security specialist for the CIA in high threat areas overseas. He spent 5 years in 2 separate countries with no official US presence before being assigned to a posting in Afghanistan for an additional 3 years for a total 21 deployments. Simultaneously, Andrew was hired as a contractor by Raytheon and the US State Department to teach counter terrorism courses to friendly foreign nations. Andrew taught SWAT I and Technical Rescue skill as part of the First Response to Terrorism Incidents for this program, called Global Anti-Terrorism Assistance or GATA to the Algerian Border Patrol and the Jamaica Constabulary as is listed as a lead instructor.
After leaving OGA and State Department operations, Andrew was retained as a consultant for The Activity Group, a private company started by former senior squadron medics from CAG and some of the equipment developed for TCCC through grant funding. The company has provided the latest in field trauma equipment to AFRICOM, the French Military as well as the Secret Service and NYPD ESU units. Andrew and the Activity Group have trained Army Group North including Civil Support Teams and US Homeland Response Forces in anti-hemorrhaging techniques and tactical casualty care. Andrew wrote a novel regarding some of his experiences overseas entitled A Failed State. The book was well received in the intel community including a mention by senior covert operations officer Mike Baker on the Joe Rogan Podcast in 2019.
Tiago was originally a Portuguese citizen, with 5 years experience in the French Foreign Legion. Tiago’s services range from Infantry Squad member and Designated Marksman, to Infantry Team Leader then moving to Sniper and finishing his contract as a Sniper Team Leader (Spotter) in international territory and High-Risk Environments. Tiago’s military service ranged from Africa to the Middle East. He is quadrilingual, and can speak Portuguese, Spanish, French and English. Tiago is a very highly motivated person, capable of working very well in a team environment with nationalities all over the world. He is a versatile soldier capable of adapting in any situation or job, operating all different kind of weapon systems, and working under pressure, always with a professional approach. After leaving the Legion in 2018 Tiago attended the European Security Academy where he excelled as a student of close protection. After graduating Tiago began contracting with Peacemaker Defense Group.
Adrian Mircea has served in the French Foreign Legion in the 2nd Regiment of Infantry between the years 2008-2012 as a 1st class legionnaire. He has 1 tour in Afghanistan 2009-2010 with 4 medals awarded for his service.
Adrian Mircea enrolled in the Romanian Special Forces in 2013, in the military unit 01010 “Mihai Viteazu” in Targu Mures, he has served as 18 B and 18 C until 2015.
Adrian then joined the Maritime Security Industry in 2015. He has over 46 maritime security missions with 17 personal recommendations from the Captains of the vessels he has protected with his team. He has 4 years experience as a team leader and lead teams of multi-nationalities from Asia as well as Europe in maritime security operations.
While in the Marine Corps, Steven led the 2nd squad of the machine gun section, consisting of 6 Marines, during the rigorous training work up for deployment to southern Helmand Province, Afghanistan, during their deployment, and after returning stateside. Steven’s unit cleared and held the Taliban stronghold of the Garmsir District. They conducted day and night patrols and raids for HVT's in the area. They conducted route clearance, mobile QRF, and long range foot patrol missions. Also while in Afghanistan, Steven regularly gave periods of instruction on machine guns and machine gun employment to Golf Company, 2nd Battalion 8th Marine Regiment. He served as SAW gunner and radio operator for 3rd squad 2nd platoon during training and deployment to Ramadi, Iraq.
Steven trained Iraqi police officers on weapons proficiency, room clearing procedures, and day and night patrolling standard operating procedures. performed joint search and capture missions with the Iraqi police. During this deployment, Steven also provided protective security for visiting U.S. diplomats around the city of Ramadi, Iraq.
After the Marine Corps, Steven served as a Protective Security Specialist assigned to an Emergency Response Team at the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. Responsible for maintaining weapons qualifications, Steven continually perfected his work with the Glock 19, M4 Rifle, M240 and M249. While assigned to a team, he helped in the security of convoy movements, Embassy protection and peripheral security of Ambassador movements. He participated in regular training exercises and reactionary drills while taking instruction from his SL/TL. Steven also serves on the Embassy Liaison Unit providing close physical protection of individuals and facilitates entry of VIP visitors, including high-level foreign diplomats to the embassy compound. As a member of ELU, Steven’s primary responsibility was providing close protection of senior American diplomats in Kabul, Afghanistan. Secondary responsibilities included providing personal security to diplomats during meetings and high-profile events on the US Embassy grounds, as well as close protection during times of alarm or eminent threat.
Steven executed these duties through coordination with State Department officials, foreign protective security details, and the Embassy guard force. He provided armed security for multiple venues, conducted advances and security planning on newly obtained venues, and he conducted periodic security training classes for employees to evaluate and educate fellow employees. Steven supervised a team of employees during armed guard operations at venues.
Starting in the Navy, Michael went on to become a Navy SEAL. During his time as a SEAL he served on Seal Team 8 as a lead Sniper, and Ordinance and Diver Representative. During his career Michael, planned and led multiple special warfare operations, and conducted joint and combined counterintelligence operations. Michael trained and developed small groups of US Army Scouts and Iraqi army soldiers to conduct multiple sniper operations. Michael planned and led numerous high-risk combat mobility patrols throughout multiple oversees theatres of war. During the Iraq war, Michael conducted numerous security details and mission planning for other government agencies. Later on Michael taught lead breacher courses for the German, Swedish, and Danish Special Forces.
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