Born in Chicago, Harvey Walden IV joined the U.S. Marines aged 17 and completed his Basic Military Marine training (also referred to as ‘Boot Camp’) at MCRD San Diego, C.A.
Harvey was a Drill Instructor at MCRD Parris Island, S.C. and has trained numerous platoons making men into marines and officers, ensuring recruits are fully prepared to meet the challenges of the battlefield by supplying the tools necessary to perform given tasks with efficiency, and the confidence to succeed in the face of adversity.
After serving for over 20 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Harvey retired from active duty in June 2007 with the rank of First Sergeant.
Harvey always pushes his teams to their absolute limit and has always set records with platoons in drill and fitness tests.
Harvey is a well trained marksman who shoots with expert qualifications and has black belts for various types of martial arts.
Harvey’s maintains his own grueling personal fitness regime everyday. He has a keen interest in General Health, Sports and Fitness and has played semi-pro American Football with the U.K’s London Mets.