About Us
John M. Kocol, Founder & CEO
ALM, Harvard University
BA, Eastern Connecticut State University
Certified U.S. Army Medic, Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, TX

John Michael Kocol, ALM Harvard, is a former U.S. Army medic, Medics4America Founder, with four honorable discharges: U.S. Army, Connecticut Army National Guard, Massachusetts Army National Guard, U.S. Army Reserves. He's the Inventor of the Kocol Medic Bandage, Author "The Cold War" & "CO2 TO METHANOL" who yelled "cease fire" on the firing range at Fort Bliss, and then within a split second restrained a soldier in a foxhole next to John because that soldier pointed his M16 at John, and other soldiers (John restrained the soldier when he pointed his M16 at the other soldiers), and screamed "I can't take it anymore." Drill Sergeants said "great job Private Kocol, now finish up your rounds." He's a Disabled American Veteran, an American Cold War Veteran, activated for Desert Storm, who suffered a left foot stress fracture during Army basic training which has resulted in permanent nerve damage.

He's also the Founder and CEO of, an Internet company that's a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and HUBZone business. There're less than 500 companies in the U.S. that are both SDVOSB & HUBZone certified. Meanwhile, John M. Kocol seeks American and Mexican energy independence via financial banking ideas about integrating the American and Mexican banking systems (now the U.S. and Mexican energy systems) from his ALM Harvard Master's Thesis: "Federal Reserve Expansion in Mexico," Dr. John Womack Jr. was Thesis Director, by constructing his coal to oil ( plants that will also convert the CO2 to methanol ( He'll then sell methanol (made from natural gas and CO2) at his USMEX ENERGY, a company, filling stations which will be located throughout the U.S. and Mexico. American and Mexican energy independence will result without making any changes to our energy infrastructure.