Buck Doyle

Buck Doyle served over 21 years in the US Marine Corps, including 17 years and multiple combat tours with Special Operations units. As a Reconnaissance Marine attached to 1st Force Recon, 1st Recon BN, and MARSOC units, Doyle served as Team Leader, Platoon Sergeant, and Chief Instructor at Special Missions Training Branch. He has current, extensive experience in hostile fire/combat zones in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Doyle retired from the Marine Corps a Master Sergeant with multiple awards, including the Bronze Star (with Valor).

In 2010, Buck founded Follow Through Consulting, LLC, and spent four years contracting with the Department of Defense as a member of the Joint Expeditionary Team (JET), advising and assisting combat units in Afghanistan. Follow Through has since expanded its training capabilities to include law enforcement and qualified civilians in addition to military units. Buck also provides consultation in the area of product development (military & civilian equipment), team building, and leadership.

As a regular contributor to RECOIL Magazine, Buck has been featured on two of its covers, and has been both the subject and author of articles in RECOIL, Combat Tactics, Shooting Illustrated, Concealment, Ballistic, SWAT, Black Guns, Skillset, and World of Firepower Magazines. Additionally, Buck is one of nine U.S. service members featured in Mark Lee Greenblatt’s book, Valor: Unsung Heroes of Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Home Front, and was the subject of an episode the Outdoor Channel’s “Fight to Survive.” He currently resides with his wife and daughters in the beautiful Cache Valley area of Utah.