Dr. Jack Wheeler, dubbed the "Real Life Indiana Jones," by the Wall Street Journal, has been traveling and leading private expeditions for decades. As a professional adventurer, Jack made three "first contacts" by discovering tribes that had never been contacted by the outside world. He and his party led elephants over the Alps and retraced Hannibal's footsteps. He's a been a mountain climber since being the youngest American to climb the Matterhorn at age 14. His sky diving record was noted in the Guinness World Record as a record that cannot be broken was for the most northerly skydive at exactly 90 degrees North. In 2014 he completed a life goal of traveling to 197 countries (all 193 countries recognized by the U.N. and four that are not: Taiwan, Kosovo, North Korea, and Somaliland.) As a geopolitical consultant, he speaks and writes on how the history, geography, culture, religion, and political events are changing our world dynamically. He enjoys writing to share his experiences with his readers. His proudest accomplishment is his two sons.
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