Texas Defense Force Security Leads the Way for Modern American Militia

Adoption of existing security credentials and volunteerism requirement proving valuable to the community.

Texas Defense Force
Texas Defense Force

Fort Worth, Texas – -(Ammoland.com)- Texas Defense Force Security is a licensed Guard Company in the State of Texas. Their license(s) allows for Security Guard functions, Body Guard assignments, and Private Investigations anywhere in the Lone Star State.

Texas Defense Force Security is the first and only (as of this writing) “not-for-profit” Security Company that is Licensed in Texas. Through their network of volunteer officers, they are able to raise the bar and standards, increase training and deployment capabilities, improve the standing that they have in communities and provide assistance to Law Enforcement, First Responders, and even in cases of Disaster Recovery.

“We wanted to embrace the heritage of the militia as codified in our U.S. Constitution and give it a makeover with accountability, uniformity, and utility,” says Robert Beverly, Founder, and Commander, “Our team has all of the credentials and training you would want in an effective body of protectors. The community benefits from a thoroughly trained and disciplined Texas-wide fully equipped and self-sustaining unit(s) that is capable of being dispatched within a few hours notice.”

Radio interview with Robert Beverly, Founder of Texas Defense Force Security:

To learn more about Texas Defense Force Security or to become a member visit: www.txdf.org/

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Robert Beverly
Robert Beverly

About Robert Beverly

As a young boy growing up in Texas, Beverly was your typical young man experiencing life in a traditional family environment. He quickly began to notice some of the unfortunate aspects of our government such as corruption, politics, and the rule of law not being properly followed, He watched as resources that should be targeted to veterans and our less fortunate were being mismanaged and thrown at issues that our government should not be involved in. Little did he know these life lessons would guide his journey later in adulthood when Beverly proudly served in and was honorably discharged from the United States Air Force. Later, he went on to attend college in electrical engineering. After completing his studies, Beverly formed a company in structural fabrication with a focus on custom-built, unique, design concepts which continues to this day.

Later, his level of concern for the future of America grew with the election of Barak Obama because with the lawlessness and contempt for the Constitution that the Obama Administration spread throughout the nation. Beverly began to realize he had allowed both his knowledge and training in self-protection to wane over the years. He began to explore various training avenues as well as programs to become more knowledgeable about the law. Through this journey, Beverly discovered that the typical militia concept was often misunderstood, and that quality training from reputable instructors was unavailable as a militia member. It was soon clear that he needed start his own security company to legally provide an umbrella under which the opportunity for law enforcement type training and legal protection could be established.

Texas Defense Force

“As a Licensed Security Company, Texas Defense Force gives us the opportunity to serve and protect our communities in an efficient manner, gives us the necessary credentials and standing in the community that allows for us to access emergency situations, and also to function as a way to help our fellow man when needed. No other program is available that provides a similar blanket of self-defense and high-level training as a civilian” says Beverly.

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Jim Macklin

Google {your state name] militia laws
Pennsylvania has lots on the page, almost 2.48 million hits.
State militias have lapsed in most states since the National Guard became law. The states are saving money.
But unorganized militia is legal in every state. What the militia does can be illegal.
IANAL, so look it up for yourself and or contact a lawyer.

Tom Sheehan

Thanks, Jim.

Jim Macklin

It used to be said, “Google is your friend” but even if the company management is our enemy, the service works for most things.
The biggest problem is looking for self-defense law is that you have to search for “use of force.”

Tom Sheehan

I’m almost 80 years old, retired teacher, 4 years active duty Coast Guard, 6 years part time police with a Criminal Justice degree, and 4 years Army Reserve Military Police, including CID (accredited). I’m still fit enough to put in some doing-what-needs-to-be-done, but don’t have a clue as to how to get started in Pennsylvania. As I recall from my police days, a private investigator’s license in PA required an applicant to be RETIRED police. If I could find some younger, qualified people I’d be more than happy to put forth some effort to start something here. I’d love to… Read more »

Timothy A Votaw

We tried that type of organization during a period in AZ in 2011 while working to assist beleaugured and threatened tanchers and residents along the border. The unit was primarily former military and LEO’s, with a number of combat and spec ops veterans on board. We developed good working relationships with Border Patrol, and in my case as a former BLM investigator, other federal units. We did OK, but never got to the endorsement stage before the damned internal squabbling broke up the cohesion, the dependability of the unit. I vowed never to try that again unless I could unequivocally… Read more »

Jim Macklin

It is a serious business. Too often the “militia” becomes an excuse for a weekend in the woods away from wives and kids. Worse some have been gangs that used the word militia to try and justify crimes. Bad as Jimmy Carter, Barack Obama might have been they did not reach the point that King George’s Generals and Army occupied Boston. If and when it gets bad, when the elections are frauds everywhere and not just Arkansas and Chicago, when things get bad the patriots and managers will by word of mouth attract people who will be reliable, trustworthy and… Read more »

Ansel Hazen

I think Jim you are overlooking the real damage BarryO did to this country. His behind the scenes and under the radar work in salting the legal system from top to bottom with ignorant puppets may go down as the most treasonous act this country has seen.

Jim Macklin

I am well aware of the damage he has done and the continuing damage being done by judges, FBI and CIA agents, and the two SCOTUS Justices still sitting. He studied the constitution only to find weaknesses to attack and he did every day. But he underestimated the strength of the Constitution and the effect of hillary losing. He did enough to wake up the people. That the American citizen hasn’t been completely stupefied and domesticated. The USA is not out of the woods but the path is open and elections do still count. schumer and pelosi can tied up… Read more »

Jim Macklin

It is a nice idea BUT they are government chartered, licensed and approved and therefore are not the unorganized militia that the Second Amendment is intended to protect. Nice people no doubt. But will they have loyalty to the Constitution or a pay check and a tyrant who chartered them? The Minutemen wore “street/farm” clothes, no uniforms. The King and his General did not approve of the Minutemen. That is why they fought for freedom. That is why a year later the Declaration of Independence lays out the reason and need for a people’s militia. The people have a right… Read more »


Every Gun State
The Libs would go crazy


Bravo I applaud them for this. Every state needs to look to its own security and defense of our beloved Constitution.

Robert Thomas

It’s a simple end run around arguments that militias are illegal. Obtain licenses that justify whatever training, activities, etc. are in question, and that’s it. Make the govt play their own game.

Jim Macklin

Yes, but if they don’t license, do it anyway without publishing your plans or communicating electronically. .

Matt in Oklahoma

So who decides who/what is a worthy cause? What’s the criteria?

Larry Brickey

I didn’t see any females in the photo.



dennis Bechtel

every state ought to have mandatory training for every girl and boy 17 to 26 yrs old ,


It’s called the military. It should be mandatory.

Andy Buckmichael

I am sure they are more intelligent and better trained than local law enforcement.

Matt in Oklahoma

I’m sure that anyone is better trained than you except in jailhouse door commando tactics Andy Buttmichael


You must be an outside invader to OKlahoma; Your idiocy is more eastern than Oklahoman.

Clark Kent

And YOU must have Eastern Oklahoma idiocy.

Matt in Oklahoma

Oh look we have 2 names. I’m glad your kind aren’t claiming me.


I am sure many of their members are retired LEO’s and I am sure all of them have more training than your sarcastic ass has.

Ansel Hazen

I’d like to see this concept spread to every state.