pa Licensed Detective
With a combined total public service of 22 years, Brad Eisenhower, has spent much of his career conducting covert surveillance, as well as criminal investigations. As a US Marine Scout/Sniper from 1995-1999, Brad first learned the art of manned surveillance, as a sniper with the 3rd BN/2nd Mar, Surveillance and Target Acquistion (STA) Platoon, as well as the Reconnaissance & Surveillance Platoon of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit's Maritime Special Purpose Force (MSPF). After attending various sniper and reconnaissance courses, Brad spent his time in the Marine Corps, perfecting his skills, while operating in a dozen countries around the globe, to include sniper overwatch and security patrols in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Just prior to his honorable discharge, he was selected as a member of one of 3 USMC scout/sniper teams to represent the USMC in the 2nd Annual Canadian Army Sniper Competion, which involved a competittion of military sniper teams from around the world. Sgt. Eisenhower and his partner finished 1st overall, being awarded a Navy Achievement Medal for the accomplishment, as it earned the USMC Sniper community great honor and respect from other well accomplished snipers from around the Globe.
After being honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 1999, Brad then transitioned into a career as a P.S.P. Trooper, beginning as a Cadet in 2000. After becoming a Trooper in 2001, Brad then went on to serve in various positions, over the course of the next 18 years, to include: patrol officer, patrol supervisor, criminal investigator, criminal investigator supervisor, and vice/narcotics/intelligence unit supervisor. While serving in these various capacities, he also spent nine years as a tactical unit member of PSP’s Special Emergency Response Team (SERT), with his primary role being a sniper. This role led to countless hours spent conducting reconnaissance, surveillance and sniper overwatch operations, in all types of elements and environments, for various agencies to include the PSP, U.S. Secret Service, FBI, DEA, U.S.Marshall's Office, and various other law enforcement agencies. During his career with the PA State Police, he was awarded various awards and commendations, to include the PSP’s highest award, the “PSP Medal of Honor.”
Brad later retired in 2017, after suffering a hip injury. In 2018 he obtained his Private Detective license and has since conducted surveillance on workman’s compensation, auto and liability claims , disability claims , infidelity, etc...