While on track to become a commercial airline pilot, Cameron changed his career direction and answered the call to serve his country and enlisted in the U.S. military after September 11, 2001, where he flew on the KC-10 aircraft during the first part of his enlistment. After his honorable time in service, Cameron became a Resistance Lab Interrogator for the Army Combat Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape School as he trained helicopter pilots, Rangers, and Special Forces to resist enemy exploitation if captured behind enemy lines.
He went on to consult with the U.S. State Department teams in charge of asset protection in Iraq and Afghanistan. In late 2009, he became a Captivity Survival Instructor for the Marine Special Operations Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape School. Cameron has received credentials through the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency by completing war time, peacetime governmental detention, and hostage survival courses, as well as becoming a Joint Resistance Training Instructor.
In 2010, he took his career in a different direction and developed a program for the Naval Special Warfare Command, in support of their global anti-terrorism missions. During this same time period he also developed an intelligence collection course for various U.S. law enforcement investigative divisions on the East Coast. Cameron's course became accredited by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS).
Cameron continues to be a key developer of advanced captivity survival programs for U.S. governmental departments, as well as offers his expertise internationally on captivity and kidnap for ransom situations. Globally, he has trained and led clandestine teams against drug cartel and mafia-run organizations to help thwart the multi-billion dollar sex-trafficking industry. Cameron travels the world as both a keynote speaker and captivity survival consultant.