Served in the United States Navy for 9 years.
Spent 24 years with the National Parks Service.
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In the wilderness, danger lurks in many forms. Glen spent 24 years working with the National Park Service, 20 of those years as a law enforcement park ranger. His responsibilities included protecting park visitors, park staff, natural and cultural resources, wildlife and himself from unexpected dangers.
Prior to his career with the National Park Service, Glen served in the United States Navy for 9 years. He served onboard three naval ships and a naval air squadron. Once his military career was completed, Glen sought out a new opportunity with the National Park Service and worked in many national parks across the country. He started his career at Sequoia National Park as a naturalist park ranger. After working at Sequoia, Glen moved to Washington D.C. to work at the National Park Service headquarters. The majority of his career was spent in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area working as a law enforcement park ranger. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area is the largest urban national park in the world. Glen assisted, educated, protected and rescued park visitors, making them aware of their surroundings and inherent dangers in a dynamic and busy park environment.
Glen took great pride in educating and training fellow law enforcement park rangers, special agents, police officers and civilians. He has qualifications and experience as a Defensive/Control Tactics Instructor, Use of Force Instructor and TASER Instructor. Glen was a member of the National Park Service Honor Guard Team and the National Park Service Special Event Tactical Team (SETT). He was also trained by the Los Angeles Police Department as a Crisis Negotiator. Now, Glen wants to help you learn to navigate uncertain and potentially hazardous situations.