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Jul 6, 2022

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Today’s Guest: On today's show, we will be joined by my brother, Jeff Brown.
Brief Bio: Jeff Brown joined the United States Marine Corps in 1992. He served eight years with the United States Marine Corps Reserve, in Knoxville, Tennessee. Where he was a Tactical Vehicle Operator / Combat Engineer and Squad Leader. During that same time, he was a Corporal and Special Operations Response Team Leader with the Knox County Sheriff's Department.
After his eight years of service in the Marine Corps, he joined the United States Coast Guard in 2000. Jeff’s first duty station was Shinnecock, small boat station in New York, where he earned several new qualifications and functioned as Small boat coxswain, Law Enforcement Officer, and Fisheries Officer. Primary duties included Search and Rescue, Law Enforcement, Team Training, and MDA. It was during that time that he deployed as a member of a Safety and Security team to New York City following the Sept 11, 2001 terrorist attack. His next assignment was on the Tahoma. On the Tahoma he was a small boat coxswain and Cutter Over the Horizon (OTH) coxswain, where he conducted interdictions autonomous of the Cutter. He served as the Primary Law Enforcement Officer for conducting migrant, narcotics, fisheries etc.
Jeff’s next assignment took him to the International Training Division where he was assigned as an International Law Enforcement Instructor. While there he taught in over 36 countries teaching maritime law Enforcement (meaning, counter narcotics, terrorism, migration, piracy, fisheries). Additionally, he instructed the host nations in Maritime Operations, as well as Offensive and Defensive small boat Tactics. Jeff’s additional duties included conducting vulnerability and security assessments of ports, airports and waterways globally.
The remainder of Jeff’s impressive career involves maritime law enforcement assignments of increasing responsibility and complexity. Jeff’s awards, certificates and achievements are too numerous to list here. However, he recently received his 100 ton captains license, and lives on a sailboat with his ravishing girlfriend in Key West.
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