Right out of high school Daniel proudly enlisted in the US ARMY. He is a veteran of both the Army and Law Enforcement with over 18 years of combined dedicated service.
While in the military Daniel served as a medivac helicopter pilot flying both the UH-60 Blackhawk and the UH-1 Huey.
After serving seven distinguished years, Daniel decided it was time to close the chapter on his flying career and began a new life in Law Enforcement.
Currently a Detective in the Phoenix Metropolitan area, Daniel's Police career has included serving as a Lead Firearms Training Officer, SWAT Operator, and SWAT Sniper.
While many years have been put into the service of his country and his community Daniel is looking to the future and seeks to bring his own training and real-world experiences from his background in tactical operations to as many people as possible.
Dan’s extensive training will be an asset to businesses and individuals looking to prepare for life’s most uncertain events. His hope is to give others the power and mindset that has set him apart through the years and enabled his success both vocationally and personally.
Scott began his Emergency Medicine career in 1999 as a firefighter/paramedic in Los Angeles, CA. He relocated to Arizona in 2005 and worked at Honor Health Osborn Medical Center for the next 11 years in the Emergency Department and Trauma Center.
After serving more than a decade in the ER, Scott still wanted to give more of himself to his country and local community. Because of Scott’s vast knowledge and experience in trauma medicine he is currently contracted as a principal instructor to the U.S. Military and various Law Enforcement agencies.
Scott has had the privilege to have trained many factions of our Armed Services including Special Operations and the Reserves.
Scott has also taken his expertise to such law enforcement agencies as the, US Marshals, Border Patrol, FBI, ATF, DEA, select local Police Departments, Arizona Department of Public Safety, as well as many Fire Departments around the state of Arizona.
Scott truly believes it is his mission to support all those who protect his and his family’s freedoms, and to help save lives through the well-trained actions of others; because those individuals were well prepared for a “worst case scenario” .
· American Heart Association BLS instructor
· Stop the Bleed instructor
· Rescue Task Force instructor
· Arizona State FEMA instructor with the Department of Homeland Defense