Was involved in helping to locate survivors at Ground Zero in New York City on 9/11 for several days straight.
Kruz qualified for and competed in the "World's Toughest Mudder" competition two years in a row (2011-2012). An invitation only 24-hour challenge designed by British Special Forces to find the toughest male, female, and team on the planet.
Endorsed by various organizations which rescue children and woman from sexual slavery around the world and known for sponsoring orphanages for children with disabilities in different parts of the world.
Having a degree in Anthropology with a concentration in Tribal Religions and Tribal Warfare, used his Master's thesis to publish a book on dream journeying in the Native American tradition along with analysis of past life regression techniques in relation to the human psyche. The work took him four years in which he traveled extensively to study with several Shamans.
US Army veteran. Apache Combat Scout. West Point Negotiation Project. Intelligence Linguist.
Alex's Native American roots tie him closely to the warrior traditions of South and North America under his birth father who is Kañari (Quichua) and his adopted father who is Mescalero Apache. These same traditions influenced much of what is now current Special Forces doctrine and operating procedure.