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CW5 John M.
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It is important to stress that students absolutely do NOT know who might be carrying, because 1 or 2 violent students have only to attack and overpower the ”good guy” and we’re back to square one. Secrecy is important, as the old WWII slogan goes, “loose lips sink ships”.
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MCPO Roger Collins
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This is a good start, should be standard architecture for all new schools and a program retrofitting large to small schools as budgets permit.


https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.indystar.com/amp/357379002
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TSgt David L.
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Unfortunately there is so much hatred for firearms that even if "gun free" zones were removed many, if not most communities will continue to resist school staff being armed. Texas and Oklahoma (I think) and maybe a couple of others have allowed staff to be armed. I haven't heard anything negative about it, so I assume the programs are working well.

Quite a few states allow firearms with school board or city permission, so this isn't an impossible task. Folks will have to "bite the bullet" (see what I did there! LOL) and admit that children, like our money and possessions, are worth protecting. Even IF they don't agree with guns in general.
Thanks for the post, MAJ.
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