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OPERATIVE – GATOR

BACKGROUND – SPECIAL FORCES ENGINEER SGT.

At the age of 18, he was able to enlist in the Army and went on to serve in the 82nd Airborne Division as an Airborne Infantryman. There he fast tracked up the ranks attending Ranger School and serving two combat tours overseas. After his second tour down range he was informed he was to become a Platoon Sergeant. As you can guess Gator wasn’t to savvy with the idea.

Still wanting to be the first man into a building or manning a Ma-Deuce on a gun truck, Gator decided that Special Forces was where he needed to be. Pursuing his destiny of being an explosives expert, he attended the Special Forces Qualification Course. Upon graduation from the Q-Course he joined an Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) of Spartan warriors in Afghanistan where they laid waste to the insurgency, leading their Afghan Security Guard (ASG) in search and destroy operations. Gator also conducted numerous night time raids with the 3rd Kandak Commandos that resulted in multiple 24 to 96 hour fire fights in Helmand Province. He even made trips to train the Special Service Group (SSG) and U.S. Government LE Agents in undisclosed locations.

Team Leader | Gator

OPERATIVE
GATOR

BACKGROUND
SPECIAL FORCES ENGINEER SGT.

Team Leader | Gator

At the age of 18, he was able to enlist in the Army and went on to serve in the 82nd Airborne Division as an Airborne Infantryman. There he fast tracked up the ranks attending Ranger School and serving two combat tours overseas. After his second tour down range he was informed he was to become a Platoon Sergeant. As you can guess Gator wasn’t to savvy with the idea.

Still wanting to be the first man into a building or manning a Ma-Deuce on a gun truck, Gator decided that Special Forces was where he needed to be. Pursuing his destiny of being an explosives expert, he attended the Special Forces Qualification Course. Upon graduation from the Q-Course he joined an Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) of Spartan warriors in Afghanistan where they laid waste to the insurgency, leading their Afghan Security Guard (ASG) in search and destroy operations. Gator also conducted numerous night time raids with the 3rd Kandak Commandos that resulted in multiple 24 to 96 hour fire fights in Helmand Province. He even made trips to train the Special Service Group (SSG) and U.S. Government LE Agents in undisclosed locations.