Our Staff

Kevin Reiter

Kevin has had an avid interest in the outdoors since his father took him fishing at age 3, and has continued to pursue Kevin Reitermany outdoor activities for over 45 years, such as hiking, camping, fishing, trapping, and hunting. While serving as a Reconnaissance Specialist in the US Military, he started his diving career, and holds the certifications of DiveMaster and Master Scuba Diver, with over 15 specialties. For most of his life, he has not only been continually learning, but has used that knowledge about nature and the outdoors to teach others.

Kevin has taught members of Search and Rescue teams, participated in numerous SAR missions, given lectures on diving medicine at university hospitals, volunteered as an EMT and firefighter in his local community, served as an Assistant Scoutmaster with a local Boy Scouts Troop, and actively participates in educational podcasts and videos for EMS providers and the Preparedness community.

In 2010, Kevin was certified by the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology as a Diver Medical Technician (DMT). At that time, he was one of less than 2,000 people to ever receive this certification in the United States (#1315).

Kevin is also a Fellowship Candidate in the Academy of Wilderness Medicine.

    Kevin is a certified EMS professional, and has earned Instructor and Instructor Trainer certifications from:

  • American Heart Association
  • American Safety and Health Institute
  • AWLS/AdventureMed
  • Divers Alert Network
  • Emergency Care and Safety Institute
  • Medic First Aid
  • National Association of EMTs (PHTLS)
  • National Safety Council
  • National Rifle Association (Basic/Advanced Pistol, Shotgun, Rifle, Personal Protection, Chief RSO)
  • Wilderness Medicine Outfitters
  • Z-Medica



Aaron Langford, FP-C, Licensed Paramedic

Aaron is an avid outdoorsman and paramedic whose childhood love of hunting, fishing, wildlife and hiking translated into a passion for Emergency Medicine, wilderness medicine and survival training. As an outdoorsman, Aaron spends as much time in the field as possible…as an avid hunter of large game, Aaron has hunted in many parts of Texas, Colorado, Kansas and South Dakota in a diverse array of terrain and temperatures.

Aaron has been involved in EMS since taking an EMT course in 1999 and has served in a myriad of roles including, licensed paramedic in both urban and rural systems, critical care flight paramedic, EMS Chief, EMS educator and Training/Education Coordinator. Clinical education in the rural medicine setting is especially near and dear to Aaron. As a paramedic/ FP-C (flight paramedic-certified) on the helicopter, Aaron served rural communities in Texas bringing a high level of clinical care to patients, including blood products and ICU capabilities. He and his team were instrumental in the evacuation of hospitals in Houston and Beaumont during Hurricane Harvey. Currently, Aaron serves as a paramedic and Training Coordinator for a rural EMS service in Texas with a focus on clinical cutting edge medicine and critical care. He brings over 19 years of experience as a Paramedic/Critical Care clinician.

Aaron holds multiple certifications and enjoys continuously learning and teaching others.

Aaron lives in rural Williamson County, TX with his wife, son and their two German Shepherds.


In Memoriam

Dr. James Brasiel, M.D., M.H.A., M.I.C.P., Educational Medical Director

Dr. James BrasielAs a youth Dr. Brasiel was very involved in Scouting and spent years backpacking and trekking through the Sierra-Nevada Mountains of California. As a young man while in college he worked summers at Scout Camps and taught various courses in Wilderness Survival, Emergency Preparedness, First Aid, Orienteering and Backpacking. He has been involved in medicine and allied health since 1986, beginning as a student athletic trainer, progressing through the ranks as an EMT, a Paramedic, and now a Physician.

Dr. Brasiel holds teaching certifications from the American Heart Association, American College of Surgeons, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Safety and Health Institute, National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, as well as a number of other well-known organizations. Dr. Brasiel has contributed to textbooks as a chapter writer and content reviewer.  In addition, he has written several articles on various subjects in pre-hospital and austere improvisational medicine.

Jim passed away on January 12, 2022 from post-surgical complications.  He will be missed greatly.




Skip to content