If you have not prepared for natural or man-made disasters, now is the time to make this a priority. Whether prepping for 3 days or 3 months, it is needed in these uncertain times.
Jim Arroyo s a former US Army Ranger, and graduate of the Executive Security International Bodyguard Academy. Martial Arts Instructor, 5 black belt ranks in Tae Kwon Do, graduate of Yavapai County VIP Academy, Volunteer for Chino Valley Police Department, Yavapai County CERT Coordinator, a full time custom gunsmith and gun builder and a long term survivalist instructor.
Former U.S. Army RANGER, Charlie Co. 1st of the 75th Ranger Regiment. Team member of Iranian Hostage rescue team/direct action support to Delta Blue Light Special Forces.
Honorary Life Member of U.S Army Special Forces Association.
Life Member of 82nd Airborne Division Association.
Former four term Chairman of the Northern Arizona All Airborne Chapter.
YCPT is an active preparedness group holding large public meetings in Chino Valley and Cottonwood for almost nine years. The mission is to mitigate loss of life in the event of a major emergency, and to train the entire community to work together to get through tough times that may be on the way. The group is made up of various teams, teaching specific skills: Medical, Communications, Home Medicine (plants and herbs), Intel, Engineering, Security, and General Preparedness for everything else.
Jim has been leading the Chino Valley Oath Keepers group for eight plus years, and it has become the largest and most active Oath Keepers group in the country. He is also the Arizona Oath Keepers State Vice President, and Leader of YCPT.
Yavapai County Oath Keepers group incorporated as Yavapai County Preparedness Team and United States County Preparedness Teams.
Meetings in Cottonwood are held the first Saturday of every month, at Faith Tabernacle Church, 1438 S Camino Real, beginning at noon.
Meetings in Chino Valley are held on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month, at First Southern Baptist Church, 1524 N State Route 89, Building “C”. Teams begin at noon, general meeting begins at 2:00.
All meetings and training are open to the public and provided as a community service – FREE OF CHARGE