I started out working with the forest service getting to know and love the land. Afterwards I had the pleasure of working on an ambulance in Aurora starting my emersion in the medical field, but it was not enough. I joined the Army to get the chance to learn more. That started my 12 years of military service. While in the military I had the chance to receive some amazing training and learn a lot of skills. I refined my skills on my first deployment to Afghanistan where we worked as a small team to mentor some of the locals. During my multiple deployments I have had the chance to work on several missions from embassy training missions to combat medic in remote bases. I have the pleasure of getting to see several countries and receive some of the best training our country has to offer. During my deployments I have had to use most of the training I give at one point or another and I trust it to work.
It started out with 5 vets who hung traded knowledge and would go off and do what we wanted. We started thinking about what we would do if we got to do the military training but with out any of the other BS.
As people heard about our group they wanted to join us but they needed training to be up to par and to be able keep up with our group. Thus, the legion was born.
The legion is the trained and prepared civilians who can save a life, end a threat and make sure their family survives to see another day.