Mr. Lewis joined the United States Marine Corps (USMC) in 2007. In 2012 Mr. Lewis graduated from the Individual Training Course (ITC) becoming a Critical Skills Operator (CSO). Throughout Mr. Lewis’ career in the military he created, developed, implemented, and executed multiple operations orders; simulation and live-fire ranges; refresher, introductory, and advanced courses; as well as review analysis; some of which included briefing and approval at the General Officer level.
Some of the more notable accomplishments included instructing classes, organizing, and executing live-fire ranges on multiple moving vessels at sea. Others spanned from coast to coast with US military and foreign military personnel trained throughout his career.
Mr. Lewis has completed multiple training courses with the USMC and outside agencies including:
Supply Administration Operations
Jungle Survival Course
Water Survival Advanced (WSA)
Survival, Evasion, Resistance, And Escape (SERE)
MAGTF Fire Support Chiefs Course
Career Course Seminar
Collateral Damage Estimation/Methodology (CDE/CDM)
Joint Targeting Weaponeer
Tactical Air Control Party / Joint Terminal Attack Controller (TACP/JTAC)
Helicopter Rope Suspension Techniques (HRST) Master
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)
Trauma Management Course
Advanced Ground Tactics
Foreign Weapons Instructor (FWIC)
and Combat Marksmanship Trainer (CMT).