We believe in being properly trained and equipped to protect yourself, your family, and your fellow citizens from violence.
We all have a responsibility to help our families and fellow citizens in the event of medical emergencies. Our members are trained to help until first responsders arrive.
When standard lines of communication go down, we help get insure the proper messages are getting to the proper places.
Whether it is sand-bagging, digging through rubble, or helping clear downed trees, our members are there to assist their communities.
Be it a child, a hiker, an elderly person, or someone lost as a result of disaster, we help find them and bring them home.
When disaster strikes, often the simple things like food and water are vital to restoring a community. Our members help get supplies to those in need.
Coordinating volunteers can be chaotic, interfacing with public service officials can be difficult. We help make those tasks run smoother.
We are the responders who make a difference in that time period between the incident and when the "first" responders arrive.