Adoption of existing security credentials and volunteerism requirement proving valuable to the community
Fort Worth, Texas (June 19, 2018) – Texas Defense Force Security is a licensed Guard Company in the State of Texas. Their license(s) allows for Security Guard functions, Body Guard assignments, and Private Investigations anywhere in the Lone Star State.
Texas Defense Force Security is the first and only (as of this writing) “not-for-profit” Security Company that is Licensed in Texas.
Through their network of volunteer officers they are able to raise the bar and standards, increase training and deployment capabilities, improve the standing that they have in communities and provide assistance to Law Enforcement, First Responders, and even in cases of Disaster Recovery.
“We wanted to embrace the heritage of the militia as codified in our U.S. Constitution and give it a makeover with accountability, uniformity, and utility,” says Robert Beverly, Founder and Commander, “Our team has all of the credentials and training you would want in an effective body of protectors. The community benefits with a thoroughly trained and disciplined Texas-wide fully equipped and self-sustaining unit(s) that is capable of being dispatched within a few hours notice.”
Radio interview with Robert Beverly, Founder of Texas Defense Force Security:
To learn more about Texas Defense Force Security or to become a member visit: www.txdf.org/
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About Robert Beverly
As a young boy growing up in Texas, Beverly was your typical young man experiencing life in a traditional family environment. He quickly began to notice some of the unfortunate aspects of our government such as corruption, politics, and the rule of law not being properly followed, He watched as resources that should be targeted to veterans and our less fortunate were being mismanaged and thrown at issues that our government should not be involved in. Little did he know these life lessons would guide his journey later in adulthood when Beverly proudly served in and was honorably discharged from the United States Air Force. Later, he went on to attend college in electrical engineering. After completing his studies, Beverly formed a company in structural fabrication with a focus on custom-built, unique, design concepts which continues to this day.
Later, his level of concern for the future of America grew with the election of Barak Obama because with the lawlessness and contempt for the Constitution that the Obama Administration spread throughout the nation. Beverly began to realize he had allowed both his knowledge and training in self-protection to wane over the years. He began to explore various training avenues as well as programs to become more knowledgeable about the law. Through this journey, Beverly discovered that the typical militia concept was often misunderstood, and that quality training from reputable instructors was unavailable as a militia member. It was soon clear that he needed start his own security company to legally provide an umbrella under which the opportunity for law enforcement type training and legal protection could be established. “As a Licensed Security Company, Texas Defense Force gives us the opportunity to serve and protect our communities in an efficient manner, gives us the necessary credentials and standing in the community that allows for us to access emergency situations, and also to function as a way to help our fellow man when needed. No other program is available that provides a similar blanket of self-defense and high-level training as a civilian” says Beverly.
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