Faris recently medically retired from the Marine Corps with six years of service as an infantryman. After graduating from the School of Infantry, Faris was assigned to 3rd Battalion 4th Marines in Twenty-nine Palms, California. Following his tour as an infantryman, Faris became a senior enlisted instructor at The Basic School, Marine Corps Base Quantico.
Aside from owning and operating American Military Leaders of Tomorrow and Code Black CrossFit, Faris is studying to accomplish a degree in nursing. Simultaneously, he is also volunteering at a local hospital emergency department in order to become more involved with proactive and reactive care.
Jay joined the Marine Corps in 2008 as an infantryman, specifically a machine gunner. In 2009 he deployed to Marjah, Afghanistan serving as a machinegun team leader with 3rd Platoon, Alpha Co., 1st Battalion 6th Marines. His career would continue with the same unit throughout deployments to Sangin and Kajaki, Afghanistan and the 22nd MEU.
Jay is an active duty Marine serving as a senior enlisted instructor at The Basic School at Marine Corps Base Quantico. He currently serves as a primary instructor for the infantry platoon tactics package. Jay is currently seeking his degree in sport science and will transfer to George Mason in 2017.
Adam joined the United States Marine Corps at the age of 19 and was stationed with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines, Lima Company, 2nd Platoon in MCAGCC 29 Palms, California. In 2009 he deployed to Now Zad, Afghanistan as an infantry rifleman and platoon radio operator, and again in 2011 to Upper Gareshk River Valley in Afghanistan as an Infantry Squad Leader.
After his duty as an Infantryman, Adam became a NREMT Paramedic and currently runs with a local fire company while pursuing his BS in Health Sciences and a degree in nursing.