Brian Gaynor proudly served his country for eight years of active duty as a United States Marine. His military occupational specialties included military police and scout sniper. Deployments included foreign, domestic, and combat duty assignments. He recently retired from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement where he served as the agency’s Chief High Liability Instructor and Department Armorer and held the rank of Inspector.
Brian started his career with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as a Special Agent assigned to the Dignitary Protection Unit providing security to the Governor of Florida and his family. He continues to stay active as a certified U.S. Department of State combat tactics contractor, providing training to foreign national tactical groups.
Prior to his thirteen years at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Brian was a Deputy Sheriff at the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office. During his twelve years there, he was assigned to the SWAT team, warrants division, narcotics unit, surveillance and undercover operations, multi-agency investigations with DEA, FBI, US Marshals, ATF, and FDLE drug task forces.