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Invictus interviewed about Warning Shots on CBS West Palm Beach News

  Armed Security at West Palm Beach Mall Shoots Warning Shots. Warning shots are not permitted by armed security in the State of Florida. There is a growing trend of improper trained security guards carrying firearms and providing armed security. The State of Florida Statewide Firearm Class G License requires students to attend 28 hours of training and a range qualification to qualify for the G License. Florida has arrested…

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Invictus receives entrepreneurial grant for veterans

  By Ashley D. Torres Web Producer- South Florida Business Journal   Link to South Florida Business Journal Story Invictus Invictus receives entrepreneurial grant for veterans from Veterans’ Pathway to Business Success, an entrepreneurial grant program for Florida’s Veterans who have served in Afghanistan or Iraq after September 2001. Two Iraq veterans, former U.S. Marines Patrick Miller and Phillip Noblin, founded the Boynton Beach-based security services firm. Invictus currently has 30…

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CBS 12’s Extraordinary People: Brothers In Arms Foundation dedication to Veterans

  Story By: Michele Wright / CBS 12 Anchor   CBS 12 STORY LINK BOYNTON BEACH, Fla.– Semper Fi. The few…the proud…the Marines. We salute our military men and women who protect our country’s freedom everyday. Sadly when they return from serving, some veterans and their families face many challenges. For thousands..it’s unbearable…when a soldier pays the ultimate sacrifice and dies in the line of duty. That’s were Brothers in…

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Invictus: Vets channel soldier attitude into growing security company in Boynton Beach

Former U.S. Marines Phillip Noblin (left), vice president, and Patrick Miller, president, at Invictus, a Boynton Beach based security services firm. Veterans’ Pathway to Business Success, a nonprofit, entrepreneurial grant program for Floridas’ Veterans who have served in Afghanistan or Iraq post 9/11, gave a $30,000 grant to Invictus. BY EMILY ROACH – PALM BEACH POST STAFF WRITER Article Link Palm Beach Post Two special operations Marines with a six-year-old Boynton Beach…

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