Michael Haugen grew up in North Dakota until joining the US Army in 1978. Michael spent over 26 years in the Army the last 17 of which were in Special Forces. He has attended over 22 military schools and has been at stationed Ft Bragg, Ft Lewis and Okinawa Japan. Prior to his retirement Michael ran all of the advanced combative skills training for the 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) which included unit research and development, sniper and urban combat courses. Michael currently lives in Washington state with his family and remains active in the sniping and special operations communities.
John Scarbrough II joined active duty with the Marine Corps in 96 until 2000. During that time he spent 3 ½ years with a sniper platoon and held such positions as Team Radio Operator, Assistant Team Leader, Team Leader and was the also Platoon Gear NCO. He joined the Marine Corps Reserves in 2000 and is currently an E-6 acting as a Platoon Sgt in a Sniper Platoon. In March of 2003 his unit got activated in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and was activated for 8 months. During that time he spent 4 months in Iraq as a Sniper Team Leader.He has also held positions as a Squad Leader of an Infantry Platoon from 2000-2001. John is an instructor for TEES, Tactical Response (head precision rifle instr.), NRA, and others..... He started doing high threat PSD work as a contractor in Iraq in 2004 and is now on his third contract. Mr. Scarbrough has attended over 38 combative schools to include: School of infantry (0311, Rifleman), USMC, 1996, Squad leaders course, USMC, 1998, 2nd Marine Division Scout Sniper School (8541), USMC, 1998 SOTG Urban Sniper Course, USMC, 1999, Scout Sniper Advanced Course, USMC, 2004, Scout Sniper Platoon Commanders Course, USMC, 2004 Mountain Scout Sniper Course, USMC, 2004
Over 20 year veteran of a municipal police department in New Mexico, SWAT team leader, sniper and current Federal Agent with the Dept. of Energy.
Is the publisher and owner of www.sniperworx.com. A US Marine Corps veteran from 1988 to 1992, he worked for the JAG offices at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, and 3rd FSSG in Okinawa, Japan. As a teenager, George competed in air rifle and NRA small bore competitions until he enlisted in the Marines- shooting 4th award expert rifle. Mr. Hunt continues to pursue long range rifle shooting; and collect rifles of interest to him. George has typically attended 60 hours of precision rifle training every year since 2003. He is also a 3rd generation, lifetime NRA member.