JOSEPH M. LAND, SR.
President, Liberty Communications, LLC
Veteran, United States Navy
Joseph M. Land, Sr., is a veteran of over 40 years in a military environment, including ten years on active duty as a public affairs professional, all starting as a Cadet in the Chicago area. His active duty service took him to 34 countries worldwide in a variety of capacities.
Joe is the former Commander, and past Chief of Staff, of a nationwide Cadet program. Having commanded at all levels, he has served thousands of Cadets. He has 25+ years experience executing leadership programs at all levels. He was appointed as an Honorary Colonel in the Alabama State Defense Force in February of 2019 by Governor Kay Ivey.
He has served as a Department of Defense contractor, most recently working as a Project Manager in support of the Army Recruiting College supervising eight curriculum design professionals. He previously served as a Program Manager at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center leading a team of 20 who support military troops suffering from TBI/PTS.
Joe is the President of Liberty Communications, LLC, providing training, career counseling and coaching services for over 10,000 military and government personnel worldwide. He has owned and operated Camp Liberty, in Battleground, Alabama, since 2016. He designed and implemented the EMS Fast-Track program
Dr. Robert L. Montague, DMA
Director of Special Events
Veteran, United States Air Force
Dr. Robert L. Montague serves as the Director of Special Events for Camp Liberty, where he is personally involved with a variety of special events ranging from tactical training programs to military weddings. He coordinates operations for the world-renown summer camp Extreme Military Challenge!
Dr. "Bob" has served his nation and community since enlisting in the United States Air Force in 1972 as a F105 and F4 Crew Chief. During his eight years of active duty, he was also hand-picked to serve as a member of the Air Force Base Honor Guard program, where he assumed leadership positions. During the past four decades, he has served with the Mississippi State Guard and a variety of disaster recovery organizations. He is currently the commander of the U.S. Veterans Service Help Operations Corps, with units in several locations across the country.
A well-known and skilled entertainer, he received a Doctorate in Music from Cornell Cornell University in 1986. He recently graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (Concentration in Homeland Security and Emergency Management). His military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal and the Master Military Emergency Management Special (MEMS) qualification.
AARON JAMISON, NREMT-P
Course Coordinator - EMS Fast-Track
Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army (Retired)
CEO, Valkaries Austere Medical Solutions
Aaron Jamison’s EMS career spans over 35 years and encompasses wilderness experience, military training and pre-hospital medicine. Aaron’s medical career ranges from the mountains of New York into the city of New York where he became a critical care paramedic as well as a tactical medic supporting NYPD’s ESU (emergency services unit). He later served as a paramedic in Atlanta, one of the busiest in the country. He co-founded and served as the commander of a Special Operations Team, providing tactical medical support for the Atlanta Police Department's SWAT Team.
His distinguished military career encompasses 23 years with the U.S. Army and Army National Guard, primarily focused on small unit assignments with reconnaissance, light infantry, and special operations. As an instructor, he developed units by instructing other solders and units in direct action, reconnaissance, close quarter battle, designated marksmanship/sniper training, and combat medicine. He has served in many areas throughout the world and served multiple deployments to Iraq.
Dr. Scott Warner, MD, FAEMS
Medical Director - EMS Fast-Track
Emergency Medical Service Physician
Dr. Scott Warner is the Medical Director for Camp Liberty and several other EMS agencies and training programs in north Alabama. He provides medical oversight for the EMS Fast-Track program.
A veteran of 20+ years of medical and uniformed service, Dr. Warner is a sworn police officer, where he combines the skills of EMS and law enforcement to be an integral part of a law enforcement special operations/tactical unit. As an EMS physician, his subspeciality involves prehospital emergency patient care, including initial patient stabilization, treatment, and transport in specially equipped ambulances or helicopters to hospitals.
Dr. Warner is also the Chief Medical Officer for a Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT), a group of professional and paraprofessional medical personnel who provide emergency medical care during a disaster or other event. He has led teams to assist with Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Ike, and Sandy.
Dr Warner is a member of the National Association of EMS Physicians, the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh - Faculty of Prehospital Care, National Tactical Officers Association, Alabama Tactical Officers Association and the American College of Tactical Medicine.
WILLOW CHANNING CHAVEZ, NREMT-P
Primary Instructor - EMS Fast-Track
Critical Care Paramedic / Austere and Tactical Medic
Willow is an Army veteran with extensive service in a multitude of military and civilian austere and tactical environments. She deployed to a combat environment, leading up to 45 soldiers providing medical support ranging from medical evacuation to a mass
A seasoned emergency medical educator, she has trained countless civilian and military professionals in medical skills. She specializes in instruction of medical concepts and their application in the austere, tactical and prehospital environment.
Among her many accomplishments, she has the unique background of serving as an on-site medic filming operations in remote and austere environments. As such, she serves as a medical advisor for operations involving dangerous locations and materials and ensures risk mitigation in austere environments.
Willow is a Nationally Registered Paramedic, and has certifications in FP-C (IBSC), ACLS
PALS, ITLS, BLS, EVOC, TCC, TECC and NAEMT - Instructor Level 1.
ADAM VOYDIK, NREMT-P
Instructor - EMS Fast-Track
Former Special Operations Advanced Tactical Medic
Adam is an Army veteran with seven combat deployments and 15 years of experience in emergency medicine tactical operations. He is a former Special Operations Advanced Tactical Paramedic (SOCM) with 9 years of Special Operations experience. He provided en-route casualty care in both austere and urban environments to Role 3 medical treatment facilities and level I trauma centers respectively. As a Medical Operations NCO, he managed the training, manning and daily operations for the world’s only rotary-wing Special Operations Aviation Regiment.
He is a Nationally Registered Paramedic, Flight Paramedic Certified, former Special Operations Advanced Tactical Paramedic, and instructs Stop the Bleed, TCCC, TECC, PHTLS, BLS, ACLS, and PALS.
Adam is also a current student with Arizona State University enrolled in their Medical Education Specialist degree program.
Course Director - STOP-C
Lieutenant, Hoover Police Department (Retired)
Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army (Retired)
CEO, Lighthorse Tactical, LLC
Lieutenant Curt Carpenter is a retired 34-year Law Enforcement Officer. Starting his career in 1983, he served with the Birmingham Alabama Police Department and the Hoover Alabama Police Department. His career included several roles, including Patrol Officer, undercover narcotics, investigations and Commander of a SWAT team. He also performed duties as a Training Sergeant, Jail Commander, Professional Development Officer (Drill Instructor) at the Police Academy and Training Division Commander. Retiring in January of 2018, he is a founding member of the Alabama Tactical Officers Association (ATOA) where he served as its President for seven years and currently serves as the Training Director.
His military career was spent in the Alabama Army National Guard where he served as an Armor Crewman, Indirect Fire Infantryman, Anti-armor Weapons Crewman and Cavalry Scout. He achieved the rank of Sergeant First Class and was assigned as the Platoon Sergeant for a Scout Platoon for the majority of his career. He retired from the Alabama Army National Guard in November 2003.
Curt owns and operates Lighthorse Tactical, LLC, where he has conducted law enforcement and citizen training classes since 2007.
Scott Oram brings 30+ years of training and maintenance experience to Adulting Boot Camp. He shares his experience as the host of the series of home maintenance, tool usage, and woodworking.videos "Dad It Yourself" (DIY). He also owns and operates a very successful home maintenance business in his hometown of Oak Harbor, Washington.
Scott was raised in San Diego, California as the son of an Electrician and a Real Estate Agent. His career started in in the service station construction and maintenance industry as a project manager and estimator. He joined the United States Navy in May 1999, recently retiring as a Chief Petty Officer with over 20 years of service. He has trained thousands of young men and women as a dedicated volunteer with the Naval Sea Cadet Corps.
SCOTT D. ORAM
Primary Maintenance Skills Instructor - Adulting Boot Camp
Host of "Dad it Yourself"
Chief Petty Officer, U.S. Navy (Retired)
Law Enforcement/Corrections Instructor - STOP-C
Lieutenant, Florida Department of Corrections
U.S. Marine Corps and Law Enforcement Veteran
Lieutenant Dan Wendorff has over 20 years in the Tactical Operations venue combined with Military and Law Enforcement Service. Dan Spent a combined ten years in the U.S. Marine Corps and Florida National Guard where he held Combat Arms Military Occupational specialties in both branches.
He a Certified Law Enforcement Officer in the State of Florida for over 15 years. He has served as a Patrol Deputy and a member of the agency's Field Force Team. He also worked in the county’s detention facility, including as an operator on the Corrections Emergency Response Team. He has participated in several high risk transports of inmates, as well as escorting violent inmates.
Lieutenant Wendorff started working for the Florida Department of Corrections in 2016. He progressed up the ranks, having been recently promoted to Lieutenant.