School hires Two armed Combat Vets to Protect Students

Florida’s Manatee School for the Arts in Palmetto is beginning to employ two armed combat veterans to protect students and teachers while at the school.

School principal Bill Jones noted that the semiautomatic rifle is “just a much more effective weapon than the handgun is.” He also noted that he likes having the two different kinds of weapons because he does not want an attacker to face the guards on equal footing. Rather, he the combat vets to have “an overwhelming advantage.”

There are over 25 Million military veterans in the US. They have put their lives on the line to protect and serve. What a fresh new gift for their recognition and continued valor.

I hope many other schools follow suit to protect our loved ones. Veterans will line up to again serve and protect. What a sight for the young ones, to see what dedication and selflessness is. They’ll be able to speak to them and listen to their stories of valor.

What examples, what better role models.

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