Our staff members are here to not only make your experience at one of our events fantastic, but also help your team with proven battlefield tactics and techniques. Our staff are former military Special Forces, Rangers and not only can act as team leaders, but can give personalized instruction to your team members to help them be more effective on the battlefield.
MIKE 'BUBBA' MOORE
Ranger | Event Coordinator
Bubba is well known in the national Milsim arena. Participating in events all over the United States, he has a great reputation as a leader as well as an aggressive adversary. As a recently retired Army Ranger and expert tactician, he has the ability to coach, teach, mentor, counsel and evaluate tomorrow's Airsoft teams and leaders. If given the opportunity as an adversary, he will shoot you in the face.
Bubba's military service began in 1990 when he enlisted in the Army and attended Basic and Advanced Individual Training, Airborne School, and the Ranger Indoctrination Program at Fort Benning Ga. He was then selected to join 3rd Ranger Battalion. While assigned to 3/75 he attended and graduated from static line jump master course, scout swimmer and the Belgian para commando course.
After several years at 3rd Ranger Battalion he tried out for the 75th's Regimental Reconnaissance Detachment/RRD. After a three-week selection course which is administered in the Appalachian mountains he was only 2 out of 11 candidates selected to join RRD and was assigned to a HALO team. While at the 75th Ranger Regiment where he attended schools such as Ranger School, SERE and Halo, as well as numerous overseas deployments. Following his assignment within the 75th Ranger Regiment he served as a Ranger Instructor at 4th Ranger Training Bn. After leaving active duty in 2000, Sergeant First Class Moore joined the Georgia National Guard in February of 2002 and was a member of the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) where he served as a Team leader ultimately deploying in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. While enlisted in the Georgia National Guard from January of 2004-2009, Sergeant First Class Mike Moore worked as a Pre-Ranger NCOIC at the Warrior Training Center, Fort Benning Georgia.
In May of 2009 he went to work for the National Guard Bureau at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center as the lead Observer Controller responsible for integrating State Department personnel with the military prior to their deploying to Afghanistan. He also performed Observer Controller duties for numerous National Guard units throughout the US and Germany.
DAVE 'The Mexican'
Special Forces | Ranger | Event Support
With over 26 years, Retired Master Sergeant David C. served honorably in the United States Army and Illinois Army National Guard. His various assignments include the 82nd Airborne Division’s 1st Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment’s scout platoon, and its elite Long Range Surveillance Detachment where he served as Senior Scout and Assistant Team Leader. He volunteered a year later to become a Special Forces Soldier. He completed his training as a Special Forces Medic and was assigned to A Company, 2nd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne).
His combat tours include Saudi Arabia and Iraq for Operation Desert Shield/Storm with the 82nd Airborne and to Afghanistan thrice in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as a Senior Medic and as a detachment Operations Sergeant with 20th Special Forces Group. He has deployed to conduct Foreign Internal Defense missions in Honduras, Costa Rica, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Jamaica and Bulgaria.
His awards include the Special Forces tab, Ranger tab, Combat Infantryman’s Badge (2nd award), Combat Medical Badge, Military Freefall Master Parachutist Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge and the Bronze Star Medal (3 Oak Leaf Clusters, 1 with valor device). His foreign decorations include; Honduran Parachutist Badge, German Parachutist Badge, and Bulgarian Parachutist Badge.
Ranger | Operations
Serving 21 years in the Military in multiple leadership roles, Mr.K now does graphic design and IT work. If you have a website or other related question about registrations or anything on the Operational side, you can always drop an email.
Joining the Army in 1991 and serving in the 82nd Airborne Division Long Range Surveillance Detachment in several roles to include: Senior Scout, RTO and Assistant Team Leader. Leaving active duty in 1997 he then join the US Army Reserve and became a Drill Sergeant - later being deployed in 2003 to Fort (Action) Jackson, South Carolina to serve as a personal torture device to new recruits. After the rotation as a Drill Instructor he later was promoted to 1SG where he retired out of the Reserves in 2012.
Just a quick rundown of the Military Schools: US Army Ranger School, Jump School, HALO School, Long Range Surveillance (RSLC) Course, ILRRPs Course, Pathfinder School, SERE (Level C), Drill Sergeant School, First Sergeant Course. His foreign awards include German Jump Wings and British Jump Wings.