Eric Linder currently serves as the Executive Director of Health, Safety and Security at a fortune 500 corporation and CEO of Team 5 Medical Foundation. He has more than 30 years of experience in Law Enforcement, Military, International Peacekeeping, and Corporate Security and Safety, as well as extensive experience in the implementation of programs and procedures designed to reduce risk, ensure safety of personnel and principals, and comply with local, state, and federal regulations. Eric specialises in intelligence, terrorism, counterterrorism, and tactical, extreme, remote, and austere medicine.
He has held law enforcement and military positions at the United States Air Force, United Nations, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Israeli Defense Force (Pararescue) / National Police (SWAT), and is a retired detective at Las Vegas Metro Police Department. Eric is a Graduate of U.S.C. Aviation Safety Management Systems program, Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (Remote Medical Practitioner-Certified), NTOA Tactical Medical Practitioner, FAWM graduate of Wilderness Medical Society and a lecturer at Zagreb Medical University in Croatia.
Eric is now completing the one-year MSc in Extreme Medicine at Exeter Medical University, U.K. focusing on Humanitarian Relief while he still conducts medical missions around the world with Team 5.