We bring customized, accessible high-level Special Forces trauma response training to the people.

Kenny Robertson

Kenny served 22 years in the military as a US Army Green Beret from 5th Special Forces Group (A). During his tenure, Kenny spent multiple tours in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Lebanon. He wrote medical programs for the US Embassy in Beirut, trained forces across the globe and has a dedicated clinic in the Middle East.

Kenny served as the director of the Tactical Casualty Combat Care (TCCC) and Prolonged Field Care (PFC) programs at the Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center in Fort Bragg, NC. During his tenure in the military, Kenny trained hundreds of Green Beret and Navy SEAL medics. Using the same principles, he continues to translate these training scenarios to civilians and law enforcement agencies. His hobbies include Shoot, Move, Communicate and Medicine.

Bobby Burns

Bobby served 10 years in the U.S. Army Special Forces as an 18B Weapons Sergeant and Combat Diver with 5th Special Forces Group (5th SFG (A)) Fort Campbell, KY. He also served in the 1st Special Warfare Training Group, Fort Bragg, NC.

While with 5th SFG(A), Bobby was deployed overseas four times in the group’s area of responsibility including: Afghanistan, Syria, and Lebanon. Upon completion of his tenure with 5th SFG(A), Bobby served three years as a Small Unit Tactics instructor as part of the Special Forces Qualification Course in Camp Mackall, NC. While there, he honed his skills to teach, coach, and mentor hundreds of prospective Special Forces soldiers to garner the framework necessary to be successful leaders and elite level warriors in combat.

As the team’s long-range marksman, weapons expert, and tactical advisor, Bobby brought his skillset to work closer to home. Transitioning from the military in 2019, he has attained a merchant mariner credential and is continuing his education towards his professional degree. He currently enjoys spending time with his family and his four German Shepherds on the water, as well as traveling.

Dan Simmons

Dan Simmons is a highly decorated 20 year veteran in the US Army. He initiated his career in military intelligence, but has served the last 12 years as a Special Forces Green Beret medic. Dan has multiple combat deployments in Iraq, Afghanistan and Jordan. Spending 5 years in the elite specialized unit called CRF, earned him qualifications in advanced reconnaissance and target exploitation SFARTAETC, sniper qualifications SFSC, and Special Purpose Breaching. Medical credentials as an 18D, Special Forces Medical Sergeant, include the Advanced Tactical Practitioner, ACLS, BLS and PEPP. Dan is well versed in TCCC and TECC and has co-authored training doctrine for multiple military units.

Dan has spent 3 years as an instructor at the John F Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School in Fort Bragg, NC teaching current and future Green Berets on behalf of our great nation.

Brandon Wexler

Brandon is the co-founder of Wex Training Group. He is also a full-time Palm Beach County Firefighter/Paramedic with 15 years of service and is assigned to a Specialty Ladder Truck on one of the busiest units in Palm Beach County, FL. He is also a Federal Firearm Licensed Dealer and a Class 3 SOT and owns Wex Gunworks, a long standing business in Delray Beach, FL. His service to his community extends beyond the borders of the firehouse as he continues to train members of corporations and faith-based organizations. Brandon was a volunteer firefighter on 9/11 at ground zero. A family man and dedicated citizen, Brandon enjoys fitness, hiking, and outdoor activities.

Heather Edsall

Heather is in her 20th year of military service where she began her career as a dental technician working in forensic identification. Her experiences led her back to school where she transferred into the Air National Guard and remains today as an Air Force Captain and emergency trauma nurse. As the Tactical Combat Casualty Care program manager for her unit, she travels to military bases around the country teaching various tiers of TCCC from basic bystander to advanced medical provider. Heather believes this critical point-of-injury training should not be reserved for first responders and military personnel only, but should be available to every parent, teacher, friend, and family member who wants to be armed with the skills to save a life when accidents happen.

When not teaching or working in the emergency department, Heather enjoys being outdoors, staying active, and making memories with her 4 daughters.

Charrie DeRosa

Charrie is the co-founder of Wex Training Group and is an NRA certified firearms instructor who specializes in courses that cater to the empowerment of women and the LGBTQIA community. As the daughter of the Chief of Police, Charrie learned the importance of having a heart of service at an early age. Following in her parents’ footsteps, Charrie enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard at age 18 where she took part in search and rescue operations. Exiting the service, Charrie came to South Florida as a real estate agent. She has since helped build small businesses that cater to community service and outreach. Charrie is a mom and bonus mom to 3 children. She enjoys nature, reading and being a supportive role to her tribe.