Anthony Longo is the Founder of the Warriors Choice Foundation. Anthony has extensive experience as a US Marines Corp Combat Veteran. Mr. Longo has served multiple deployments in Iraq, as a Sergeant (E-5) and worked in the private security sector overseas. Mr. Longo is a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (NREMT-P) who conducted Diplomatic security operations under Worldwide Protective Service (WPS) contract in Afghanistan. Mr. Longo was awarded the United States Department of State, Medal of Heroism for his exceptional outstanding service in the aftermath of a terrorist attack to an American compound in 2016.
Mr. Longo is dedicated to serving the underserved Veteran community in his home town of West Palm Beach, Florida. Through his vast experience and unique qualifications, he has guided the Foundation in helping combat veterans who suffer from PTSD and mental illness through his service dog program and wellness retreats.
Joshua Geiger of Jefferson City, Missouri, enlisted into the United States Marine Corps in 2004 where, Josh was selected by the Marine Corps Scout Sniper Platoon. He would graduate Scout Sniper School from Camp Pendleton, CA and reenlisted for, Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC). He would remain until the end of his enlistment as a Critical skills operator.
For Joshua who dedicates his time in helping Veteran Non-profit Organization’s Awareness and Outreach Departments; by assisting and educating veterans of the M.A.R.S.O.C. community about programs sponsored at no-cost to veteran.
Dr. Kevin Buford is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Hyperbaric and Undersea Medicine.
Dr. Buford completed his undergraduate training earning a Bachelor’s in Science and graduating with honors from The University of California at Los Angeles. with a degree in Psychobiology. He earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and subsequently completed residency training in Emergency Medicine at The University of California at San Diego. Dr. Buford then completed a post-residency fellowship in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
He has previously held academic appointments at The University of Pennsylvania. Florida Atlantic University, and currently holds the rank of Associate Professor of Medicine at Louisiana State University (LSU).
Dr. Buford has a decade of experience working in Level 1 Trauma centers. He serves as The Vice Chairman of the physicians advisory committee to the Association of Dive Contractors International (ADCI). He teaches for the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology (NBDHMT) and has lectured regularly to other physicians at the medical assessment for fitness to dive course. Dr. Buford is a flight physician, PADI Divemaster, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Dive Medical Officer, Divers Alert Network (DAN) referral physician and previously served as the Assistant Medical Director of the Dive Accident Response Team (D.A.R.T.). The D.A.R.T. team is the only medical team in the USA which specializes in delivering on-site offshore emergency and hyperbaric medical treatment for commercial dive accidents.
Above all Dr. Buford is a patriot and an avid supporter of US Military Veterans and the Warrior’s Choice Foundation.
Brice Cambas is an avid proponent of veterans’ issues. Brice founded and currently serves as the CEO of BC1 Partners, a group of current and former leaders from multiple sectors, which provides a range of services to support specific initiatives, projects, and companies having a nexus to U.S. National Security. Brice is a Charter Member and President-Elect (2021-2022 term) of the Downtown Rotary Club of Houston—the fastest-growing Rotary Club in the World (2018, 2019). Brice earned a B.A. from Rhodes College (2008) and a J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law (2011).
Gabriel Isa Kazerooni is native of Tampa Bay, Florida. He graduated Florida Metropolitan University with both his B.A. and M.B.A. in 1994.
Having totaled five (5) years of honorable service to his country, he served in the U.S. Army 3rd Special Forces Group, deployments to include Tier I elements, in Afghanistan and Iraq performing foreign internal defense, unconventional warfare and direct-action missions. Fluent speaker of Persian Farsi (Dari), Arabic, Urdu (Pakistani) and Hindi (Indian).
Mr. Kazerooni began working as an. He performed advance and close protection detail duties for the Ambassador Paul Bremer detail in Iraq. Gabriel also Trained and mentored foreign Military personnel. Debriefed Tariq Aziz, Iraq’s Foreign Minister, Abdul Hawash advisor to Saddam Hussain, and Mullah Brother number 3 Taliban leader.
Gabriel dedicates his free time in helping Veteran Non-profit Organization’s Awareness and Outreach Department; assisting and educating veterans of the S.O.F. community about programs that are sponsored.