Jeff Randall has spent the past 20 years tromping through the jungles of South America as well as managing international projects in all corners of the globe. He has also worked as a writer and photographer covering survival topics as well as special operations in Latin America. As a co-owner of ESEE Knives / Randall’s Adventure & Training, his goal was to bring good, affordable training and gear to anyone who needed to learn to survive/rescue in the wilderness or a remote Third World environment. He is a technical rescue instructor for RAT and also instructs Land Navigation, Map & Compass, Single Rope Technique (SRT) and SPAR/Limited Resources Rescue. He is a member of the RAT-SAR search and rescue team and certified at the Technician Level for Rope Rescue and Swiftwater Rescue (Advanced), NASAR SARTECH 1 certified, Advanced First Aid certified, and a Wilderness First Responder (WFR). Jeff is also a graduate of the Peruvian Air Force’s ESSEL (School of Jungle Survival), holds NRA certifications in Pistol/Personal Protection and Range Safety Officer, a HAM Technician license holder, and a member of the National Speleological Society, Southeastern Cave Conservancy and Wilderness Medical Society. His hobbies include vertical caving, canyoneering, hiking, backpacking, working on the farm, and building new projects in his machine shop. Contact Jeff