John Doolittle is a retired Navy SEAL Captain and an American competitive swimmer, master swimmer, and channel swimmer. In the 1990s, he graduated from the United States Air Force Academy. He spent 25 years in the US Navy, where he was a member of the SEAL Teams as an officer. He’s a Navy SEAL, that’s correct. He’s gone to Kosovo, Bosnia Herzegovina, Iraq, and Afghanistan. After his last deployment, he retired as a Navy captain and went on to become a licensed KAATSU master instructor. After his last position as Director of the Preservation of the Force and Family (POTFF) Task Force at USSOCOM headquarters, where he supported 73,000 Navy SEALs, SWCCs, Army Rangers, Green Berets, Night Stalkers, Air Force and Marine Special Operators, he retired as a Navy Captain.
John is a KAATSU Master Instructor and a NAUI Dive Instructor with a Master of Science in Defense Analysis, Irregular Warfare, and Special Operations from the Naval Postgraduate School. He resides in St. Petersburg, Florida with his wife and three children.