Danny Canlas has a Master of Arts in Emergency Disaster Management from Touro University (2005) and a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas, Health Science Center (1993). He retired from the US Air Force as a Major on October 1, 2012. He is currently an RN Trauma Analyst at Providence Alaska Trauma Services. He has 28 years of critical care, emergency, cath lab and flight nursing experience. He is an instructor for ACLS, PALS, ATCN, TNCC, and BLS. He is also a TNCC Faculty/Course Director.
He has had five deployments as part of the US Air Force’s Critical Care Air Transport Team for OIF/OEF, one ICU nurse deployment in support OIF/OEF and one deployment with Joint Special Operations. He is a subject matter expert in Critical Care Air Transport. He has lectured and presented in India, Korea, Germany, Philippines, and throughout the US.
He is married to Carmencita Canlas and has three sons all serving in the military. He is an avid fisherman, musician, grandfather, fitness fanatic and wants to be an “Iron Chef.”