About MTA

Lt. Colonel Curtis Hill, USMC (Ret.) is the top military technical advisor, hands down.

LtCol Curtis Hill, USMC (Ret.)

Infantry, Artillery, Special Ops, Public Affairs - Film/TV

With over 32 years in the Marine Corps, LtCol Curtis Hill became the top military tech advisor.

Career

Curtis enlisted in the Marine Corps immediately after graduating from high school in 1986 and was commissioned as an officer in 1990 upon graduation from Penn State University. He served a little more than 32 years in the Marine Corps, retiring from active service in 2018 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Curtis served as an infantry rifleman, an artillery officer, a forward air controller/naval gunfire spotter in a Special Operations unit, and served his last 18 years in the public affairs/ComStrat field (four of which were as the director of the Marine Corps Motion Picture and Television Liaison Office in Hollywood, CA). He was deployed to Kuwait/Saudi Arabia and led a provisional infantry platoon in Somalia in the early to mid-90s and served two tours in the Al Anbar Province of Iraq after 9/11. He is authorized to wear both the Navy/Marine Corps Parachutist and British Parachutist Insignias.


Film/Television/Documentaries

As Director of Marine Corps Motion Picture & Television Liaison Office, Curtis worked with various production companies on hundreds of scripted and un-scripted projects to include:

Television:

NCIS

NCIS: Los Angeles

NCIS: New Orleans

Criminal Minds

Hawaii Five-O

America’s Most Wanted

House Hunters

American Ninja Warrior

Oprah’s Favorite Things

Turf Wars

GunnyTime with R. Lee Ermey

The Warrior Games

Glory Hounds

Hispanic Veterans of War

Mighty Ships

Film:

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Godzilla

Megan Leavey

Lone Survivor

Documentaries:

We, the Marines

Battleground Afghanistan

Hell and Back Again

LtCol Curtis Hill, USMC (Ret.) will help you understand process of getting support from DOD.

No Nonsense - Straight Shooter

Curtis will help you understand the process of getting support for your project or production - whether from the Department of Defense or through his services. No smoke and mirrors