Cazz served 12 years in the U.S. Marine Corps and was the Detachment Commander, 2nd FORECON,
Maritime Special Purpose Raid Force during Operation Restore and Continued Hope in Somalia.
Following his honorable service, he became a training lieutenant for a nuclear site preparing armed
responders to defeat acts against radiological sabotage and later joined the ranks of the Federal Air
During Operation Iraqi Freedom, Cazz performed high-risk dignitary protection for U.S. and Foreign
Diplomats. He also trained Free Iraqi Fighters (FIF) in Baghdad, and Kurdish (Peshmerga) militia in
Northern Iraq to augment perimeter defenses and Counter Assault Team members. He has trained
countless international security personnel in support of the U.S. Department of State and Department
of Defense. Additionally, he was responsible for tactical and technical methodologies and mentorship to
prospective firearm and tactics instructors for US State Department certification.
A highly regarded tactics and firearms instructor, Cazz was formerly a staff instructor at the King
Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) where he trained a variety of international
special operations units and U.S. Embassy-Amman response force personnel. When in CONUS, he is
often sought out to train governor and mayoral protective details, SWAT and police Investigators with
high threat and low-profile dignitary protection, mission planning, motorcade operations, and patrol
rifle instructor development. During film productions, Cazz has worked in the capacity as a military
technical advisor, actor, precision driver, and military trainer for actors. He recently served abroad in
direct support of Task Order-10 U.S. Embassy Kabul Afghanistan, and Royal PSD for the King of Malaysia.