Doc Collins is a recently retired Army Combat Medic from Virginia, who relocated to the Gulf Coast of Alabama to mind his own business.
Getting his start in the world of subjective sports as a teenage bodybuilding sensation, he then moved on to the world of television professional wrestling, and then applied his physicality in a service capacity. Serving the 4/6 Infantry, and going on to become a Master Fitness Trainer, Doc has been driving deeper and deeper into the adaptive Veteran nonprofit world only to find that his professional calling was maybe more brains than brawn.
For the past year and a half, Doc has been writing a series of novels, focused on real life military issues and relationship challenges in a romance genre, beginning with the title “1300 Hours.” The author and speaker expects his first title to be published the summer of 2017, and has plans to reach into children’s books by this year’s end.
Most recently speaking at the Raider Project Military Transition Seminar in Dallas (see video below), Doc is passionate about the continued success of his transitioning peers’ grabbing hold of a personal mission and succeeding.