John M. Kocol
ALM, Harvard University
BA, Eastern Connecticut State University
Certified U.S. Army Medic, Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, TX
John Michael Kocol, Harvard ALM, is a former U.S. Army medic, Inventor Kocol Medic Bandage, Author "The Cold War" & "CO2 TO METHANOL," and founder
of Medics4America and USMEX ENERGY which are Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs) and HUBZone businesses. He's a Disabled American Veteran, an American Cold War Veteran, activated for Desert Storm, and a Harvard graduate with a Master's Thesis on "Federal Reserve Expansion in Mexico," with Dr. John Womack Jr. as Thesis Director. Financial banking ideas about integrating the American and Mexican banking systems, now the U.S. and Mexican energy systems, from his thesis were used for starting USMEX ENERGY, CoalToOil.com and CO2toMethanol.com (John is working on the Kocol CO2 to CH3OH process) are USMEX ENERGY companies. He's also a licensed Connecticut and Massachusetts Realtor® for Century 21.