Combat Marine Outdoors Staff
Master Gunnery Sergeant ( Retired ) Arturo G. Garcia is a retired U.S. Marine who served on active duty for over 24 years and is a Co-Founder of Combat Marine Outdoors. He was born in San Antonio, Texas and lives in Somerset, Texas. A small ranch between San Antonio and Laredo, Texas. Art G. Garcia entered the Marine Corps in January, 1988. Through the years, Master Gunny Garcia rose to the highest rank that an enlisted Marine can achieve as an E-9. Master Guns received his Combat Action ribbon for his deployment during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm where he served as a Combat Engineer and Machine Gunner with the First Marine Division (Task Force Pappa Bear). A 100% disabled combat veteran serving currently as the Outdoor Programs Director for Combat Marine Outdoors. Master Guns is considered by his wounded Marines as their most respected Mentor. A graduate from Wayland Baptist University in Business Management. Master Guns’ focus is GOD, Family, Hunting, and caring for our Wounded Warriors throughout America. He has four wonderful Children, U.S. Marine Corporal Jose Garcia married to Adela, Rebekah, Alfredo II, Arturo II, and grandaughter Abigail Garcia.
Master Gunnery Sergeant ( Retired ) Arnulfo Leal began working for CMO November of 2022 as the Director of Marketing and Fund Raising. Al is always looking for ways to raise money and gain exposure for CMO and its Veterans. Al retired after 25 years of faithful service in the Marine Corps as a Master Gunnery Sergeant.
Master Gunnery Sergeant ( Retired ) Rudy Perez began working for CMO June of 2019. As the director of operations, he seeks out individuals that are eligible to participate in the program and guides them through the entire process. Rudy retired after 30 years of faithful service in the Marine Corps as a Master Gunnery Sergeant.