Juan R. Madrid
Juan has an Associates Degree in Emergency Management and Planning from Red Rocks Community College, a Bachelor's of Science Liberal Arts in Public Health Education and Promotion, holds a National Registry-Paramedic certificate, and is currently in the Masters Public Health Program at The George Washington University - Milken Institute School of Public Health. He is retired from the Navy where he spent 22 years. He served as a Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman and has multiple combat deployments with Navy SEAL Teams, SEAL Delivery Vehicle Teams as well as US Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance, Battalion Reconnaissance, and Civil Affairs units. Juan served in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm to liberate occupied Kuwait, Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom, as well as the Global War on Terrorism, in addition to supporting multiple Joint Task Force Six (JTF6) Counternarcotics Operations throughout Central and South America.
Mr. Juan Madrid is the Director of Tactical Medical Training of PTS as well as a retired Independent Duty Corpsman. He has served multiple overseas tours as a combat medic/corpsman with Navy SEAL and Marine Force Reconnaissance units. Mr. Madrid developed and teaches Tactical Medical Support courses. Additionally he has established Tactical Medical Support Units for military and Law Enforcement personnel, co-developed a groundbreaking Tactical Emergency Medical Technician course for EMTs wishing to learn SWAT operational procedures, and developed a groundbreaking Emergency Medical Technician Boot Camp which is completed in 14 days compared to the traditional 4 months.
Mr. Madrid has developed his Tactical Expertise through his 22 years of Naval Service and time in Law Enforcement. As a qualified Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman and former Albuquerque Police Department SWAT Medic, Mr. Madrid received training in firearms and the fundamentals of marksmanship. He functions as a Tactical Trainer as well as a support Corpsman.