Dave Eastabrooks has over 30 years of experience in Protective Security Services.
Dave Eastabrooks was a Shift Lead for an Ambassador Protection Detail Team conducting Diplomatic Security in a high threat environment at the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. Eastabrooks developed schedules for operations and maintenance and assigned duties. He also assessed intelligence reports, planned routes, and implemented tactics accordingly. Eastabrooks directed the motorcade during ground and air movements and developed risk assessments of venues and briefed superiors. He gathered atmospherics and counterintelligence and reported findings to higher.
Dave Eastabrooks was a sworn Deputy Sheriff in Madison County Florida. Duties included: maintaining law & order and service of legal processes of the court. Duties also included but were not limited to patrolling of assigned areas, crime investigations, traffic control, evidence collection, service of legal documents, serving warrants, transporting prisoners, quelling disturbances, and making arrests. He was a member of the Sheriff's Emergency Response Team (S.E.R.T), conducted high risk arrest warrants, drug interdiction, and apprehension.
Dave Eastabrooks is a Military-trained leader with 21 years of extensive experience in employee personal development, training management, and tactical operations. He has over 10 years of experience serving in the Special Operations community; served with the 3rd Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment (Tier 2) from rifleman to Platoon Sergeant. He’s a combat proven leader that served in multiple combat theaters of operations often conducting joint missions for the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) in support of Tier 1 units. Eastabrooks has numerous combat deployments to include operations in Somalia with B Company 3rd Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment in 1993 (Black Hawk Down), and operations in Iraq, and Afghanistan in support of the Global War on Terrorism also conducted a night mass-tactical combat jump to secure an airfield in Northwestern Iraq (H-1). He managed extremely stressful and hostile situations with ease while conducting wartime missions and is a proven leader and communicator within diverse cultures. He held several Instructor positions: was a Drill Instructor from Feb 2000 to April 2002 and was an Instructor at the Infantry Basic Officer Leader Course (IBOLC) from Aug 2004 to Nov 2007. Eastabrooks maintained accountability of government equipment worth $70 million dollars. He’s a graduate of several intense Army leadership development courses and retired as a First Sergeant (E-8).
Licensed to work throughout Florida and available for OCONUS Assignments
Weight- 225 lbs.
Law-Enforcement Certification, North Florida Community College
Associates Degree (In Progress), Troy University
Florida Security Officer License- D3127208
Florida State-Wide Firearms License- G3108042
Minnesota Security License
Minnesota Armed Security License
Minnesota Private Investigator License
Active US Passport
Protective Detail Specialist- Select-International
Protective Security Specialist, Department of State
WPS/1 High Threat Protection Operations Course- Triple Canopy
WPS/2 High Threat Protection Requal Course- Triple Canopy
Ranger School, US Army
S.E.R.E. School, US Army
Special Forces Advanced Marksmanship Training Course, US Army
Pathfinder Course, US Army
Airborne School, US Army
Domlitions Course, US Army
Jungle Warfare Course, US Army
Combat Lifesavers Course, US Army