Mike Glover

Mike spent 18 years in the US Army and as a government contractor for OGA. He served as a SGM in Special Forces in various positions and deployed multiple times to combat theaters. He is an expert in Counter Terrorism, security, and crisis management operations and is the host of the Fieldcraft Survival Podcast on iTunes, and Soundcloud. He is an avid outdoorsman, overland and traveler, and hunter. He has a bachelors degree in Homeland Security and resides in Prescott, AZ where he is the CEO of Fieldcraft Survival. 



George Bell

George is a retired MSG who spent 20 years in Special Operations serving as a Psychological Warfare expert. He has served in various positions in the US Army and has led and conducted Counter Proliferation and Terrorism operations all over the world. He enjoys off-roading, bushcraft, and collecting historical artifacts. He resides in Prescott with his wife Sarah and is the Vice President of Fieldcraft Survival. 


 Raul Martinez

Raul is the Training Director and lead Combatives coach at Fieldcraft Survivial. Originally from Chicago he made his way through the urban density and into the Army. There he was a Cav Scout deploying and returning after a 15 month combat tour. Soon after that Raul went to Drill Sergeant school and reclassified into the infantry. After the Army, he worked for the Chicago Police Dept starting as a patrolmen then onto a role with the Narcotics unit.  After that he became an instructor and taught at the Police Academy. Recently he moved to Prescott, AZ spending his time with the team, teaching, training and constantly looking for ways to better himself and those around him. 

Kevin Owens

Kevin Owens grew up in Ireland where he served in the tier one counterterrorist force. After immigrating to the United States he served 24 years in the United States Army, 6 in the infantry and 18 in Special Forces. He served in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan multiple times, ran the Special Forces Sniper course and was in charge of all Force Modernization for Army Special Forces.

Joel Marks

Joel served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 11 years, culminating his career as a Marine Raider (MARSOC). Serving as a mentor, linguist, and weapons expert on the team level, Joel participated in counter insurgency missions spanning the full spectrum of Special Operations in combat arenas. Prior to leaving MARSOC, Joel served as a subject matter expert in small arms, close quarters battle (CQB/CQC), and offensive tactics for the teams preparing to return to combat theater. Joel lives quietly outside of Flagstaff with his wife and family. He is a passionate hunter, avid off-road enthusiast, and lover of all things outdoors.