Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.
We are your professional tactical firearms and active shooter training group specializing in training law enforcement, military, private security, and civilian personnel in the Northeast Texas area.
Who Trains, Wins!
We provide services for your home, business, housing tract, property and community
Your family/home experienced a catastrophic event like a :
Major Civil Disturbance
How would you feed, provide or more importantly protect your loved ones?
Did you know that no city can survive on its own? Every city is an artificial construct. Cities formed as people came together to conduct business, participate in social interaction, and benefit from efficiencies in public services (such as schools, sewers, water, etc.) and a common defense. Yet cities cannot survive alone. They need resources from the country; most notably, food, water, and electricity. While electricity and water can sometimes be created or found within city limits, the acreage requirements of food dictate that no city could possibly feed its own people.
Read that last phrase carefully: No city can feed its own people. Not one. Cities are, by their very nature, dependent on the importation of food. The advent of just-in-time delivery systems to our grocery stores means that most cities would run out of food within a week if supplies were for some reason disrupted.
Remember, cities are not self-sufficient. Although they may seem to be, they have for a long time been entirely dependent on the American farmer for their support, something almost all Americans take for granted (except the farmer, of course.)
RISKS IN THE CITY
The city presents some serious risks during a crisis. The four most serious ones are:
The collapse of social order (riots).
The failure of the water treatment and delivery systems.
The depletion of food supplies.
The system is not required to protect or provide for you and when our infrastructure collapses, YOU and YOUR family will be on your own.
How can we help you?
On-Site Property & Vulnerability Assessment
On-Site Scenario Training
Emergency Equipment Preparedness
Immediate Action & Emergency Plans
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