Hello my name is Max Garcia.
I recently retired from the Marine Corps. Somewhere between my 3rd combat tour and my time as a Drill Instructor I developed a huge passion for helping people overcome adversity and achieve the impossible. Previously, as the senior enlisted Marine for the largest operational battalion in the Marine Corps I’m comfortable with and routinely speak to groups of over 1,000 people. Shoot me an email and let me know how I can help you individually or make your next event unforgettable!
Max Garcia joined the Marines in 1994 as an Amphibious Assault Vehicle
crewman, later becoming a Drill Instructor in 1999. In 2003 and 2004, he
deployed twice to Iraq with 3rd Assault Amphibian Battalion and was awarded
the combat action ribbon, and a medal for Valor from General Mattis who is
now the US Secretary of Defense.
From 2006 to 2009 Max was a ROTC Instructor at the University of South
Florida and a Drill Instructor for Officer Candidates. He then deployed to
Afghanistan in 2010.
From 2012 to 2014 Max served with Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team (FAST)
Company Europe, in Spain until selection to Sergeant Major, the most senior
enlisted rank in the Marines. He then transferred to Okinawa, Japan
deploying to multiple countries in the Pacific. Max has traveled to all 50
US states and over 65 countries.
In 2017 Max Garcia returned to 3d Assault Amphibian Battalion, Camp
Pendleton, California. He recently became a published author with the
Amazon #1 Best Seller "The Abundance Factor" with Joe Vitale who was
featured in the movie "The Secret". Max will retire from the Marines in
2018 to persue life coaching and inspirational speaking.