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The Arkansas Spartans

We stand ready to defend our families and communities in the same manner as our namesakes and we are prepared to make the same sacrifices they did to ensure their families and communities safety and liberty. We are a diverse group of veterans, housewives, teachers, law enforcement officers, students, and other patriots who feel that we are in a dangerous phase of our Country's history as our rights are being systematically infringed on an almost daily basis. Our motto is the same challenge issued centuries ago and used throughout the ages: "COME AND TAKE THEM!"

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Whether in the classroom, out in the woods, or on the range several times a month you'll find us training around the state. We're always looking for good honest people that are willing to get out from behind a keyboard and actually be part of an organization with a focus on preparing small local groups (think "Tribe") for the day we all know is coming. Interested? Check us out @ www.arspartans.org

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Great range day yesterday working both dominant and offhand marksmanship in a variety of unsupported positions despite the heat index of 108.

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Selected pics from the Spartan's Liaison, Reconnaissance, and Surveillance Gold Phase training conducted on 30/31 July. This is part of a progressive training regimen designed to facilitate situational awareness and intelligence gathering and distribution.

 

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Folks it's getting that time of year again. Whether your spending your mornings in a tree stand waiting for billy buck or training in the cold (and you should be) pay attention. Almost all cold weather injuries are preventable. Stay alert, stay alive.

 

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Defensive planning class was great today. Spartans train hard and often all across the state.

 

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How do you spend your weekends? We spend ours conducting scheduled, structured training on a lot of different subjects across the state.

Remember: just because you don't own one doesn't mean you don't need to know how to run and maintain one. We got that covered.AKCLASS.jpg.a2c3d607707bb71b081a351d93c8c0cf.jpg

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Today we conducted our Tactical First Aid class in Searcy which was hosted by the East Coast Patriots III% Arkansas Chapter and included Spartans, AP III% AR, APN, and The ECP III% AR folks. Great turnout, lot's of great learning. We're fortunate to have great groups in this state, if you're not a member of one what are you waiting for?

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5 hours ago, Skillet said:

Today we conducted our Tactical First Aid class in Searcy which was hosted by the East Coast Patriots III% Arkansas Chapter and included Spartans, AP III% AR, APN, and The ECP III% AR folks. Great turnout, lot's of great learning. We're fortunate to have great groups in this state, if you're not a member of one what are you waiting for?

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Very nice, I wish we could have great cooperating and active folks like that around me here in SC.  Great job brothers, looks like y'all learned a lot and had great fun.   : )

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On ‎8‎/‎24‎/‎2017 at 7:51 PM, Skillet said:

How do you spend your weekends? We spend ours conducting scheduled, structured training on a lot of different subjects across the state.

Remember: just because you don't own one doesn't mean you don't need to know how to run and maintain one. We got that covered.AKCLASS.jpg.a2c3d607707bb71b081a351d93c8c0cf.jpg

Nice AK...the wood work is a lot darker than mine.  Beautiful piece of machinery.   : )

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