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    J.B. Campbell

    JB Campbell was born in Chicago in 1946, grew up in Oakbrook, Illinois, then the polo capital of the world. Graduated from Carmel HS in California. Raced cars in Australia and England for two years. Three years of college, mostly at the University of Nevada, Reno. 

    Operated the School of Slide Control to train racing drivers and others the technique of slide control. 

    Commercial (oilfield) diver in Texas and Louisiana for two years. 

    Campbell was in the British South Africa Police in Rhodesia in the early '70s and was a Section Officer in Support Unit, the anti-terrorist group. He was the first American in the BSAP since 1923. 

    Campbell started the modern militia movement in 1989 with his book, The New American Man - A Call to Arms. The militia movement lasted until '95 with the state-sponsored destruction of the OKC federal building. The State Department considers him a "mercenary." The FBI considers him a problem. The Secret Service considers him a terrorist. Campbell couldn't care less. 

    Campbell makes his living as a drilling supervisor, mainly in southern California.