Kobe served in the U.S Army Special Forces (Airborne) as Medical sergeant and a Special Operation Command Advanced Tactical Paramedic deploying to Afghanistan, Pakistan and Morocco. In 2010, Kobe completed the Department of State Worldwide Personal Protective Services course, which later became the Worldwide Protective Services course. He also earned the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) certification at the Paramedic level and deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in support of US Diplomatic operations for five years. His duties included serving as a Protective Security Specialist and Emergency Medical Technician. In that role, he protected diplomats and senior-level US government officials in a High Threat Environment.
Kobe was later assigned to a Department of Defense, Agency, where he served as an operations support specialist, Deploying to Europe and Afghanistan. His roles during this period included serving as a specialized medic for a small unit, planning, coordination and providing specialized security and emergency medical capability for ground and air movement. Additionally, he trained US personnel in Tactical Combat Casualty Care and protected high-level Department of Defense personnel. Currently, Kobe is an instructor teaching small unit tactics. He is also a National Association of Emergency Medical Technician (NAEMT) Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support Instructor, a Tactical Combat Casualty Care Instructor, a Firearms Instructor, and a (DISC and Motivators) Behavior consultant.