FireWatch Solutions provides security services tailored to the unique needs of each client to protect their impact on the world.


To be the premier risk management organization offering custom protective solutions to clients around the globe.


Empathy. Our clients are diverse in origin, culture, and goals. Only through attentive listening can we hope to understand and support our clients. We invest in professional relationships to help each client achieve their goals regardless of the risk environment.

Brian von Kraus


Brian served 15 years in the Marine Corps commanding infantry, reconnaissance, and special operations units on multiple combat deployments. His work conducting Village Stability Operations in Afghanistan shaped his outlook for the future.

After retiring in 2015, he joined the non-profit sector first working for Nuru International before founding FireWatch Solutions to protect those who do good. He developed extensive experience developing innovative security solutions for organizations working in remote, austere, insecure locations.

In 2020, he chose to expand domestically bringing the high-risk expertise developed overseas to clients in the United States with the same emphasis on attentive, professional service to protect the impact each client is trying to achieve.

Blair Dell

Chief Medical Advisor

Blair, USN (Ret.), has over twenty-five years of operational medicine experience. As a member of Marine Reconnaissance and Marine Special Operations Command through four combat tours to Iraq and Afghanistan he brings a wealth of knowledge to the FWS Team. After retiring as a Senior Chief in the US Navy in 2016, he is now a member of the Washington State Patrol SWAT Team and a primary instructor for the Seattle Police Department’s Advanced Training Unit. He is requested by LE, Fire/EMS, corporate and other entities around the country to speak on medical threats, preparedness, operations, and resiliency.


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