You guys know Rich as a failed 1970’s child actor, former cop, and retired Marine, but wait…There’s more!
You’ve landed on the right page to learn more about America’s Favorite Co-Host!
Rich spent a total of twenty-three years in the Marines. During his service with the Marine Corps, he deployed numerous times and participated in multiple operations. Rich got out of the Marines for three years in order to serve as a Corrections Officer, Special Operations Response Team Officer and Police Officer. Rich retired as a Chief Warrant Officer-3 on Recruiting Duty in 2012. After retiring from the Marine Corps Rich was the Regional Manager for Preparedness and Government Operations for the American Red Cross.
Aside from being someone who enjoys writing about himself in the third person, Rich holds belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Aiki-jūjutsu, Judo, MCMAP and Okinawan Freestyle Karate. Rich has attended and/or instructed at innumerable schools in military operations, law enforcement and firearms related subjects. Rich is also a published author who holds a B.S. in Social Psychology from Park University.
Aside from being the co-founder and co-host of Across the Peak, Rich is also the co-founder of The American Warrior Society. Rich currently divides his time between his wife, his kids, his dogs, his farm, ATP and AWS.
Podcast Appearances & More
Aside from being your favorite Across The Peak Co-Host, Rich currently co-hosts the American Warrior Show.
To listen to Rich or find out more about the nation’s leading self-defense podcast go here: The American Warrior Show.
Rich has also appeared on Thad Forester’s Patriot to the Core Podcast
The 1970’s television show that fired me: Romper Room