A full day and night with Anti-poaching specialist Jack Greef and his team at Makuleke
A full day and night with Anti-poaching Specialist Jack Greef, and his team.
Jack Greef joined the SADF as a boy soldier at the age of 16 and became the youngest member of the Permanent Force to complete the tough Part One Instructor's Course at the Infantry School at Oudtshoorn.
After an impressive career, He
became one of the most decorated soldiers in the SADF
- all awarded for achievements and bravery during special operations.
This included a well-deserved Honoris Crux.
After rising to the rank of major he resigned o pursue a career as a game ranger.
He has since successfully directed anti-poaching operations, firstly in South Africa's world-renowned Kruger National Park and later elsewhere in Africa and now is the head of Anti-poaching in the Pafuri/Makuleke region of the Kruger National park.