Introducing ROARR Contributor: Kevin Remus

It is my pleasure to introduce ROARR contributor Kevin Remus.

Source: ©2012 Kevin Remus

Kevin lives in San Diego, California, and is an intellectual property attorney specializing in patent prosecution. He is also a Major in the California Army National Guard. Prior to law school, Kevin worked as a Civil Engineer Designer in Las Vegas, Nevada. Before moving to Las Vegas, Kevin was an active duty Army officer stationed at the Army’s National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California.

In the Army, Kevin served as an Engineer Officer at Fort Irwin, California. He deployed to Kuwait in 2003 and worked as a staff officer in the War Room at Ground Forces Headquarters (CFLCC) at the start of the Iraq War. After leaving active duty, Kevin continued to serve in the military as an ROTC instructor at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. During this time, he was transferred to the Oregon National Guard to deploy as part of an Embedded Training Team working with an Afghan National Army battalion. During his deployment to Afghanistan, Kevin served as the second-in-command of a 12-man Embedded Training Team, and was responsible for planning his team’s operations and for mentoring the Afghan battalion’s officers. Kevin and his team deployed to Southern Afghanistan to participate in the NATO summer offensive of 2006, in which his Afghan battalion served as the main effort for the Afghan Army. Kevin and his team saw extensive action in Kandahar and Helmand provinces during this time.

Kevin graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from West Point and has a law degree from the William S. Boyd School of law at UNLV. He is a member of the California Bar and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Kevin is a graduate of U.S. Army Ranger School, U.S. Army Airborne School, and the U.S. Army Sapper Leader Course

Stay tuned for his first official post tomorrow morning.

About Sean Patrick Hazlett

Finance executive, engineer, former military officer, and science fiction and horror writer. Editor of the Weird World War III anthology.
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