Medicus Rescue is uniquely postured to provide tactical and medical training to prevent unnecessary loss of life during active shooter or other potentially catastrophic events.  There is no substitute for being optimally trained and prepared for these highly unpredictable events by instructors with real world experience.  Every one of Medicus Rescue’s instructors have “on-the-ground” experience in the areas they instruct, which is crucial to providing the best possible preparation for high risk environments.  They have served in some of the most elite military or government organizations and participated in numerous high threat operations as both special operations forces and tactical medical providers. Examples of these situations include active ground combat, hostage situations, and mass casualty events.

Shane Iverson, 19th Special Forces Command Master Sergeant (Retired 2014)
Shane Iverson in addition to having spent 11 years as a Dallas Police Officer.  Shane has over 25 years of military experience including  but not limited to a mortar man, a marine forward observer and scout sniper in the United States Marines.  He joined the US Special Forces and a Weapons Sergeant and since September 11, 2001 he has had multiple deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan.   He has worked as an US Other Government Agency Contractor in multiple deployments in many different theaters of operation.  Shane brings firsthand knowledge of the many different tactics, techniques and procedures used in the war on both domestic and foreign terror.

Joseph Love, DO, Principal and Medical Director
Joseph Love, DO is Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery, Program Director General Surgery, USF/Morsani Collee of Medicine and Trauma Surgeon Regional Medical Center at Bayonet Point, a State Level 2 trauma center.  Dr. Love is Medical Director of AirLife Tampa and Inverness Florida.  Dr. Love is retired USAF emergency medicine and trauma doctor with tours in Afghanistan and Iraq.   Dr. Love has served as Medical Director for Memorial Hermann LifeFlight in Houston, Texas. for 5 years, Joseph Love MD followed James “Red” Duke,MD as the Medical Director for LifeFlight at the Mermorial Hermann Trauma Institute.   Joseph Love MD, is  a strong advocate for multiple technologies of benefit to both private civilian and military use.

Steve Crowder, Chief Technology Officer/Advisor 
Steven D. Crowder, Has over 24 years of management experience in the telecommunications industry.  Steve has extensive experience designing and maintaining telecommunications systems including microwave, satellite, WAN and LAN systems.  Steve retired from the Air Force after 20 years of honorable service and while serving in the Air Force, Steve managed the White House Communications Agency’s (WHCA) satellite travel branch procuring, traveling, maintaining and deploying assets worldwide to support Presidential communications.  Additionally, Mr. Crowder was the telecommunications manager in the White House Situation Room which provided 24/7 support to the President, Vice President and National Security Council.

Jeffrey O. Baldwin, Homeland Security Advisor   Prior to retiring in 2012, Mr. Baldwin had Customs and Border Protection (CBP) oversight responsibility for the entrance and exit of all international passengers, carriers and cargo within the Houston Field Office jurisdiction, which included Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Lubbock, Port Arthur, Corpus Christi, Amarillo, Freeport, Midland, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Mr. Baldwin also served as the Acting Executive Director, Field Operations, CBP Headquarters, Washington, DC overseeing CBP field operations worldwide.  He has more than 38 years of federal service, in which he has served as Director, Field Operations for CBP’s North Florida Field Office (Tampa, FL), Area Port Director of Savannah, GA, Port Director of the Miami Seaport and as the Port Director, Miami International Airport.  He has represented the United States on Customs related matters and training initiatives in Europe, Central and South America, and Africa.  He has served on the CBP Commissioner’s Advisory Board, National Professionalism Board and was instrumental in the revision of the agency’s personal search standards and participated in the establishment of the agency’s Discipline Review Board (DRB).  A strong supporter of leadership development, Mr. Baldwin served as an Executive Mentor for CBP’s first Leadership Institute class in 2010 and again in 2011 at the University of Chicago.  He has received numerous awards and accolades for his leadership and training contributions including the DHS Secretary’s Award for Team DHS Excellence.and CBP Commissioner’s Best Practices and Innovation Award for the Model Ports Initiative and emergency preparedness protocols.  In addition, he received the CBP Commissioner’s Unit Citation for the Global Entry Program, a trusted traveler initiative and in February 2011, he served as the CBP Lead Field Coordinator for Super Bowl XLV security initiatives in Dallas & Arlington, Texas.  In 2011, he was awarded a certificate of completion for the Leadership in Crisis program, from Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Executive Education and completed the CBP Leadership Program at Columbia University Business School.  He is also a charter member of Texas Southern University's (TSU) Advisory Board, providing guidance and direction for the establishment of the university's Homeland Security & Maritime Studies academic degree program. He is a guest speaker at TSU’s Maritime program and at the University of Houston’s, Criminal Justice Program.  Founder and President of Baldwin Liaison Consulting, LLC. a strategic advisory and training company specializing in international trade & travel, homeland security, supply chain security, importing & exporting, crisis & risk mitigation and management, infrastructure protection, emergency preparedness and leadership development.  He is a recipient of the Paul Cuffee Award from Texas Southern University.  He was recently appointed to speak and serve on the Advisory Board at North American University.   He is an honor graduate from Temple University and a distinguished Marine Corps veteran (embassy security), who continues to foster partnerships between the Federal Government and the local and international public it serves, balancing goals of anti-terrorism, enforcement and business facilitation. 


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