Bill Chandler is an intern at Alpine Security, and is a current Master of Information Systems (Cybersecurity minor) student at the University of Missouri St. Louis. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Cybersecurity from Lindenwood University. He is a veteran of the United States Army. Bill completed three tours of duty in Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Desert Spring, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation Enduring Freedom. He served as a Combat Medic in the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, 2/69 Armor Battalion attached Charlie Co. 2/69 Armor company. Bill is currently employed as a contractor for the Department of Homeland Security Federal Protective Service tasked with guarding Federal buildings in St. Louis Missouri. He has visited eight countries outside of the United states and he has plans to visit many more. Bill owns a Harley Davidson Softail that he loves to ride when the weather is nice. He is a recent owner of a PPC (powered parachute) and he is learning to fly it this Spring. Bill has a dog named Clark. Clark is not a good name for a dog, but he is adopted, and he already knew his name when he and Bill met. Clark is a good dog.