Community Preparedness Teams Program

CPT Program Goals

What if "Make America Great Again" was more than just a campaign slogan?

The Community Preparedness Team Program is intended to help make America strong again and to rekindle the American spirit of self-reliance.  Our well-trained and experienced veterans of the armed forces, law enforcement and first responder community will help our communities prepare to be self-reliant in the event of any disaster, whether help is or isn't coming.

Our law enforcement and first responder veterans teach you how to work with local law enforcement and your county's Office of Emergency Management to ensure the best coordination possible.

We will train ordinary citizens in the following areas:

  • Emergency Medical
  • Emergency Communications
  • Emergency Engineering
  • General Preparedness
  • Security

 CPT Mindset

  • Not military, paramilitary or a militia; mindset is closer to law enforcement
  • CPTs exist to help people, not be destructive
  • Mindset must be defensive security and compassion for fellow citizens
  • Disaster relief and preparedness are the mission
  • Train to function effectively even when additional help is NOT coming
  • Self-reliance

CPTs have 13 members:

  • 1 Team Leader (CPTL)
  • 3 Medical Specialists
  • 3 Communication Specialists
  • 3 Engineering Specialists
  • 3 Security Specialists

CPT Medical

Every American should be trained to at least “Combat Lifesaver” level to provide immediate care for victims of severe trauma, whether it be a car accident, a gunshot wound, a chainsaw accident, etc. to save lives. Our second level is EMT, and third level is medic/paramedic.

CPT Communications

Communications are critical. Every American needs to have at least a hand-held HAM radio and the knowledge to use it for local communications. We then work to get you up to General Class level to talk to your whole state or the nation.

CPT Engineering

In any emergency, whether it be during an ice storm, hurricane, tornado, earthquake, or aftermath of riots and social breakdown, you need safe shelter, clean water, alternative power, transportation and delivery of supplies, and the ability to deal with fire dangers and hazardous materials.

CPT Security

  • Bad guys, like MS-13 or ISIS, attack in teams. You need to know how to fight back as a team and how to form up a neighborhood watch to protect yourselves and each other.
  • Most American gun owners have little or no training in how to fight together, as a team. Whether it is a husband and wife, father and son, or neighbors, you need to know how to move, shoot, and communicate as a team.
  • Security is everyone’s responsibility, and our infantry and law enforcement veterans will teach you how.