Jay was born in California and moved to Tucson with his family when he was seven. At eighteen he joined the United States Navy and became a Hospital Corpsman. Jay worked in the Emergency Room at the Navy Medical Center San Diego (dubbed “The Starship of Navy Medicine) in California. After four years of service, HM3 Korza took his leave and went into the private medical sector, a decision he has regretted more than once.
Jay has managed a private medical practice, worked on ambulances in San Diego, Tucson and Massachusetts, and has been a paramedic for the US Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Prisons. In 2000 he started his career in law enforcement and has ever since been elated with being a deputy.
Jay currently has fourteen years of law enforcement service and eight years on the SWAT Team. He is currently assigned to a patrol unit as well as being a medic and sniper for the SWAT Team.
In his spare time, Jay also teaches at the local college’s paramedic program and mountain bikes with friends.
Any and all feedback or questions on any of his writings are always welcomed. Jay can be contacted through his contact page.