- Teaches students:
- Ages 12+
- Teaching since:
My passion has always been history. I currently possess a B.A. in Military History with a concentration in Early European Warfare from American Military History and am currently working on my Master's in American Military History.
I am currently going on 12 years in the military as a medic so I am pretty well versed in emergency medicine being nationally registered as an EMT.
Currently work as an instructor teaching new soldiers skills of advanced first line trauma medicine.
Renewed March 2016
Renewed Jan 2016
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