Local Orlando Private Investigator Richard Ring was honored by the City of Orlando as a Grand Marshall at this year’s Veteran’s Day parade. The theme of this year’s event was “Remembering September 11”. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the city’s Veterans Advisory Council decided to honor the city’s veterans with a parade. This year’s theme was in honor of the 9/11 20th anniversary. Mr. Ring and other VIPs were honored at the opening ceremony by Mayor Dyer and participated in the parade along with various veterans’ organizations, and local high school JROTC programs. The event was also attended by numerous Orlando based political and law enforcement leaders.
Mr. Ring is a highly decorated post-9/11 special operations combat veteran and intelligence officer. His military career began as an Air Force Intelligence Analyst collecting against and negating various foreign intelligence sensors. Mr. Ring then underwent assessment and selection for one of the most elite data-masked units within the Joint Special Operations Command. He would serve as both a Human Targeting Officer and Scientific Applications Liaison Officer. Mr. Ring’s time within special operations saw him deploy with the Army’s Tier 1 data-masked units, and work directly with the CIA, DIA, and NSA. Mr. Ring still serves as a reserve intelligence targeting analyst for the United States Southern Command working various lines of operations with both U.S. and Foreign Law Enforcement.
Mr. Ring is the founder and CEO of F3 Intelligence Corp, a private investigation company headquartered in Orlando, Florida. He has also become a pillar within the Orlando community for operating F3 MCIA, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping Law Enforcement reopen missing children’s cold cases. F3 Intelligence is Orlando’s top tier private investigation company catering to legal and corporate professionals. They have become known for both their unique capabilities and caliber of investigators within the industry. F3 private investigators consist of only former U.S. Intelligence, Federal Law Enforcement, and technical specialists.