Michael J. Clarke
Mr. Clarke has over 27 years of experience in threat assessments, covert surveillance, executive protection/bodyguard, fraud investigations, skip-tracing, interviews/interrogations and site advances for clients that ranged from celebrities, politicians, executives and corporations.
He has developed specialized expertise in risk management and mitigation by assessing situations in advance and de-escalating potentially violent encounters before they occur.
Experience as a field investigator specializing in subrosa for a Special Investigations Unit in South Central Los Angeles for Travelers Insurance.
Mr. Clarke has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice.
As active shooter events have increased, he understands and appreciates that many smaller businesses cannot afford their own private personal protection/security teams so they must use the resources available to them now.
Mr. Good is a former Naval Special Warfare Operator at SEAL Team One.
Small unit tactics, small arms, weapons, demolitions, and pyrotechnics to ensure constant combat readiness. Maintained a high level of physical fitness needed to successfully operate on Land, Sea and during Airborne operations. Training in communications, long-range patrol, small-unit tactics, first aid, unconventional warfare, submarine operations, small boat operations, intelligence gathering, extreme environment survival, tactical weapons and demolition.
Honor Graduate of Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training (BUD/S) class #105
He has served as the Director of Security Forces Training for almost a decade at the US Navy Fleet Training Center San Diego.
He has extensive experience in product design, manufacturing, marketing and distribution as well the development and implementation of Tactical Training delivered to Military and Law Enforcement personnel internationally.
He holds several design patents for illumination tool products used in these environments. He has authored a ground-‐breaking publication: “Law Enforcement Officers Guide to Low Light Engagements”.
Mr. Westmoreland served 23 years in the US Army with over 18 years in Special Operations.
He has deployed numerous times to conflict areas and gained first-hand experience responding to mass casualty incidents both with and without modern equipment over the course of his career. These experiences aided in developing several items related to crisis response and he continues to innovate based on his experience.
He has served in instructor capacities for a variety of advanced skills over the past 25 years. His driving passion is to share practical insights from lessons learned with others so that they can be better equipped and prepared to respond to modern disaster events.
As a commercial trainer and professional educator with a focus on Outcomes-Based Training; Modern Self-Care and Survival; Law Enforcement First Responder; Austere Medical Care; and Mass Casualty Incident Response. He currently works with TDG Resources, a company he founded, where he frequently consults to share key insights into better equipping individuals and organizations for readiness, response, and resilience in the face of crisis.