- Tim Cord - Vocals, Piano, Rhythm Guitar
- Dan Cord - Vocals, Lead Guitar
- Dan Jarmon - Bass Guitar
- Phil Snyder - Drums
American Hitmen is an American rock band from Salt Lake City, Utah, formed in 2005 and 4 are United States Marine Corp Operation Iraq Freedom Combat Veterans. The American Hitmen literally formed on the battlefield in Fallujah, Iraq, during Operation Phantom Fury in 2004. Dan and Tim Cord, Ben Porterfield, and Dan "Jay" Jarmon were all serving with in the U.S. Marine Corps during some of the bloodiest, most intense fighting that the war in Iraq had to offer. In 2007, the American Hitmen were honorably discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps and moved to Utah and met up with the phenomenally talented drummer, Phil Snyder. In early 2009, American Hitmen released their first album self titled “American Hitmen” to the world and have sold over 15,000 copies.
In late 2009, the American Hitmen were the first American rock band to be officially invited by the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture to perform in Vietnam in 36 years. They opened up the Vietnam's first Hard Rock Café, in Ho Chi Minh City, and gained nationwide attention for their amazing shows and historical importance, considering Vietnam's relationship with the United States. The American Hitmen was given an open invitation by the Vietnamese government and Hard Rock Cafe to come back in 2011 to celebrate Hard Rock Café, 40 Years Celebrates 40 days that Rock, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
In late 2011, the American Hitmen released their second album titled “Soundtrack of Violence”.