Nicholas Horton is a veteran of the U.S. Army National Guard and has served both domestically and overseas. Mr. Horton has extensive experience as a Communications Specialist in Satellite and Network Security. His time in the U.S. military served both public and private sectors including being called into active service for the riots in Baltimore during the nationally publicized Freddie Gray protests in 2015. After completing his time with the U.S. Army, Mr. Horton worked on multiple contracts in the Middle East in support of the U.S. Military’s Resolute Support Mission. He operated as a team lead for physical network security and oversaw daily operations for several critical infrastructure projects. Mr. Horton was recognized by the U.S. Military for his work in support of the Major Crimes Advisory Group in Kabul, Afghanistan. Mr. Horton worked with several foreign partners and varying agencies in support of the U.S. mission in the Middle East.