After nearly capturing dictator Manuel Noriega and various international military engagements, Army Ranger Jose Gordon ended his career helping in Ground Zero recovery efforts post 9/11 and developing firearms with Heckler & Koch. Gordon then served with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG), enhancing combat effectiveness and soldier survivability, before retiring in 2020. Today, he shares his expertise in irregular warfare and offers tactical advice through his own consultancy.
- Jose Gordon, an Army Ranger, had a storied military career with notable operations including nearly capturing Manuel Noriega and participating in numerous global conflicts.
- After 9/11, Gordon utilized his expertise in breaching and controlled explosive demolitions during the Ground Zero recovery efforts.
- Post-military, Gordon worked with renowned firearms manufacturer Heckler & Koch and was recruited by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), where he worked on developing new tactics and techniques.
- Gordon was part of the Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG), a blend of active-duty military and civilians, to increase combat effectiveness and “soldier survivability”. He served in various combat situations as a civilian contractor.
- Today, Gordon advises the government on operational and tactical matters and offers training through Green Ops. He remains engaged in his passion for watches and firearms.