Douglas Brennan, FBI - Past FBI Agent, Police Officer, and U.S. Marine
Currently pursuing his MD, Douglas Brennan has spent more than 10 years with the FBI in Colorado. He was cross-trained as a medic while serving with the Denver Division's Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team. He also worked with the Hazardous Materials Response Team, undergoing additional medical and tactical training. As a special agent with the FBI, he oversaw 20 agents and police detectives and managed multi-agency task forces in criminal investigations and counterterrorism.
Also a former police officer, Brennan spent seven years with the San Bernardino Police Department in California, where he served as lead investigator on major crimes.
He served in the military for five years as an officer with the Marine Corps, which allowed him to attend college on the ROTC scholarship. He presently studies at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver and expects to complete his studies in May 2015.
Popular Attractions in Thailand
Douglas Brennan, a former FBI Special Agent, has been working toward starting a new career as a physician since 2011, when he entered medical school. In his free time, Douglas Brennan enjoys traveling, and he has been to countries around the world for both personal and FBI-related travel. Most recently he visited Thailand to see family.
Providing a unique blend of modern comfort and undeveloped adventure, Thailand has a wide range of attractions that fit every interest and budget. The following are some of the most popular tourist attractions you will find in Thailand.
-Railay Beach. Located in the country’s Krabi province, Railay beach is considered one of Thailand’s best beaches. Showcasing clear blue water and white sand beaches, it is a great place to relax by the ocean, but it also offers other adventures such as rock climbing and exploring Diamond Cave.
-Ayutthaya. Originally founded as the second capital of Siam in 1350, Ayutthaya was once one of the world’s largest cities and now serves as a historical park. The ruins of the city largely consist of palaces and temples, since they were the only structures made from stone.
-Grand Palace. Built with a wide variety of architectural styles, the Grand Palace in Bangkok is home to Wat Phra Kaeo, temple of the oldest Buddha statue in the world, the Emerald Buddha. Additionally, the palace has a host of temples and ancient relics located on the grounds.
-Khao Yai National Park. While Thailand is full of opportunities to ride, feed, and bathe elephants, Khao Yai National Park is one of the best places for watching elephants in their natural habitat. Beyond elephants, the park is full of monkeys and other tropical creatures for visitors to observe.