Technically, yes. Concealed "Weapon" refers to anything classified as a weapon and Cconcealed "Gun" refers to guns only. Some states, such as Florida issue concealed weapons permits, and once you obtain it, you can carry any legal weapon. Other states, such as Tennessee issued handgun carry permits, and once you obtain it, you can carry any handgun you legally possess, but other weapons are not covered under the handgun permit.
In West Virginia you can not carry a concealed weapon anywhere without a permit. If you have a permit then you can carry a concealed weapon in a hospital as long as there is no signs stating that you cant. Also, If you do not have a permit, you cannot carry a weapon openly anywhere at night, witch is considered concealed. Please check with local law enforcements first! The information I provided is with a…
Different sources say different things, but according to the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, conceal carry requires a concealed carry permit issued by the DPS. You may carry your weapon openly (on a holster, or in plain view) without a permit, but you may not conceal your weapon without the permit. You may, also, not bring your weapon into a building which has stated that they do not allow weapons.
No, because being a member of the National Guard has no impact upon the laws covering a concealed weapon in any US state. Special considerations on weapon carry exist for law enforcement and retired law enforcement only, although there are carry and concealed carry options for other people based upon local laws.