Bruce Kimbrell spent four years in the United States Army, serving all of this time in Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. Bruce served 3 tours in Iraq, and Afghanistan between 2004 and 2007. Bruce spent countless hours in combat operations as a heavy weapons operator, breacher, ground force operator, Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR), and as a member of a Quick Reaction Force (QRF). Bruce worked side by side in combat operations with some of the highest Tier military units in the world.
Bruce has been employed in the nuclear industry for the past 8 years , as a NRA Firearms Instructor. Prior to this Bruce was a Captain for the Security Force to provide target asset protection, and to protect against radiological sabotage. During Bruce's tenure in the Nuclear Industry he assisted in the development and maintained a Adversary Team to test the nuclear facilities vulnerabilities, developed drill scenarios, and implemented the training strategies for the Nuclear Security Force to defend the plant using counter defensive strategies. Bruce also taught the Adversary Force to be skilled in infiltrating and testing possible vulnerabilities within the defensive strategy. Participating in the first pilot program to implement one of the first imbedded security forces into the Local Law Enforcement Agencies, State Police, and Federal Law Enforcement in the event of an attack on the nuclear facility. Bruce has extensive knowledge in testing other nuclear facilities defensive strategies, and evaluating their security forces training programs to find vulnerabilities in counter assault training, tactics, and firearms training.