Introducing our Summer Green Valley, AZ Schedule
August 3rd & 4th, August 31 & September 1st, September 28th & 29th
YOU MUST RSVP TO PARTICIPATE IN GREEN VALLEY AREA
MCDC is requesting your presence to stand the lines once again for a weekend operations dubbed "Moonlight Madness!" Our efforts are to help Border Patrol and National Guard stop the invasion of our sovereign nation.
AZ MCDC has expanded its geographical area of operations. We are now operating in the Green Valley Area. We have several lines from Arivaca to Sahuarita.
Never have our border watches here in Arizona been so important. The Border Patrol is determined but very busy. We want to help these brave and dedicated Americans by contributing our eyes and ears, thereby helping them cover more territory. This country needs you to be another line of defense.
Volunteers need to be keenly aware that the bad guys are emboldened, and never has the chance of encountering criminals been higher.
Green Valley Arizona, Pima & Santa Cruz Counties, TBA
Directions to the Green Valley Muster will be mailed to all who RSVP.
Because of the extreme daytime heat, we will run only evening and night shifts. Those volunteers interested in Green Valley must RSVP to email@example.com
Fridays - 7:00 pm to 2:00 am, Green Valley Area (Must RSVP)
Saturdays, - 7:00 pm to 2:00 am, Green Valley Area (Must RSVP)
You MUST sign in 1 hour prior to your shift.
SECTOR CHIEF: Gene Cafarelli, Arizona State Director
LINE AND SHIFT SUPERVISORS: To Be Announced
For equipment and supply lists (what to bring, etc.), go to www.minutemanhq.com/hq/borderops.php
To get your State Land Permit application, go to: www.land.state.az.us/programs/natural/rec_permit.pdf
Green Valley Operations:
We will be taking only 12 to 20 volunteers to Green Valley per shift. You must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list for that location, and you will be given directions if you are selected for this operation.
Each volunteer is asked to come prepared to post with a personal two way radio if you have one, a cell phone, a camera, cooler with water/food, lawn chair, binoculars, dressed appropriately for the terrain and weather, night vision if you have it. You are asked to get an earpiece for your radio if you can. Please come prepared to the shift briefing 1 hour prior to being posted. If your shift starts at 7:00 pm, please be on site at 6:00 p.m.
If you wish to be a Line Leader, please contact X at email@example.com
MCDC allows side arms, but side arms must be holstered at all times. Long arms are now permitted but must be kept in your vehicle. Concealed side arms require a CCW permit. Violations of this are grounds for suspension or dismissal. Please review your Training Manual and SOP about gun safety and handling while with MCDC. There is no excuse for improper gun handling. Carrying a sidearm is not required.
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All new volunteers will fill out a registration form on site, go through a background check on site, be interviewed and attend the mandatory training class prior to being allowed to take a post. You must be 18 years old to become a Minuteman. There is a $50 registration fee, waived for any CCW Permit holder. If you are racist or a felon, please do not waste your time. Note: It will be faster and easier if you complete your registration form before coming to the muster. You can find the form and instructions online at www.minutemanhq.com/hq. Click on "Volunteer" at the left side.
Will be held by appointment only prior to the evening shift on Friday and Saturday. New Minutemen are required to take this class prior to going on the lines. There is no exception. Come to class prepared with paper/pen, a personal printed copy of the Standard Operating Procedures and Training Manual. You can get these items from www.minutemanhq.com free of charge.
You will check in with the Line Leader upon arrival to sign-in, sign up for the shift, and go through admin to update our database. Please bring your ID card.
August in Pima County is extreme. You can expect warm nights with low temperatures in the high 70's. Daytime temps will range from the high 90's to 110 some days. Typically we experience cloudless days with bright sunshine, please bring sun block. You are advised to come prepared with layered clothing to keep you cool. This is monsoon season, so bring a rain coat.
Thank you for being an MCDC Volunteer. You are a credit to your nation and a dedicated Patriot. We look forward to making this a successful event with you. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Tucson Chapter Leader, at firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate your time and service to continue sending the message to our politicians that the American people demand the government fulfills its obligation to us by securing the border.
Please stay tuned for further developments and information.
Tucson Chapter Leader