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THIS THREAD IS FOR GENERAL INFORMATION RELATING TO THE MODERN MILITIA MOVEMENT IN THE STATE OF:

 

NORTH CAROLINA

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PLEASE REFER TO THE OTHER STICKIES IN THIS SPECIFIC STATE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT:

  • HOW TO START/JOIN A GROUP FOR THIS STATE
  • A COMPREHENSIVE DIRECTORY OF MILITIA WEBSITES
  • GUNS AND AMMO BUY SELL AND TRADE GROUPS

ADDITIONALLY YOU MAY USE THIS THREAD TO POST GENERAL QUESTIONS/COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THIS SPECIFIC STATE

 

WE HAVE STARTED BY INCLUDING SOME OF THIS STATES MILITIA HISTORY FROM WIKIPEDIA BELOW, WE WILL CONTINUE TO ADD MORE INFORMATION SO CHECK BACK OFTEN.

 

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North Carolina State Defense Militia Information

The North Carolina State Guard was officially established as a state defense force on 27 February 1941 when the North Carolina National Guard was mobilized into Federal Service during World War Two. The State Guard actually began organizing in early February with the appointment of officers, and the mustered strength reached a high of 2,128 by 1944. With the return of the National Guard, units began being inactivated in 1946, and the State Guard was completely disbanded by July 1947.

 

The North Carolina State Defense Militia (NCSDM) was reactivated by North Carolina Governor James G. Martin in February 1988.[1]

 

The famous NC band leader Bo Thorpe was named NCSDM state commander and a brigadier general (NC) by Governor Martin, but he was later dismissed by Martin. Martin's wife Dottie complained that she had heard Thorpe make a racial remark in a joke he told at a state gathering. Though Thorpe stated that he did not recall making the remark, he did not deny it and he did not contest his dismissal.[citation needed]

 

The Thorpe incident black eye closely followed a uniformed NCSDM major's dressing down of a Ft. Bragg Soldier in the Army's elite 82nd Airborne Division, who did not salute him. The salute was not required by military regulations, but could be rendered as a courtesy, at each Soldier's individual discretion. That incident resulted in an uproar by Ft. Bragg officers and senior NCO's, which in turn resulted in the NCSDM being officially kicked off of all of Ft. Bragg. The incident also brought attention to the fact that most everyone in the NCSDM was an officer, with few NCO's and no enlisted personnel, with many militia personnel holding senior officer rank such as major and above. Though this was explained by the NCSDM that these personnel were "cadre" in place to handle an influx of enlisted recruits in time of war, the rank disparity helped fuel its demise. Several Guard unit commanders and first sergeants also complained that the militia was taking over their armories on drill training weekends, making classroom and facility space unavailable to Guard Soldiers and Airmen for vital military readiness training. Guard leaders also vehemently complained that militia personnel "trashed" armories, grounds and facilities. In 1995, a group of NC Army Guardsmen in Asheville were first blamed for embarrassment by allegedly tossing litter from a private vehicle at a West Asheville restaurant, when in fact, the culprits were later determined to be NCSDM personnel. These series of events led to the NCSDM's demise, de facto abolition and extinction.[citation needed]

 

The NC State Defense Militia operates under Chapter 127A of the North Carolina General Statutes,[2] and as such, is a distinct unit from the NC National Guard. Under United States Code 32 sub-section 109,[3] "may not be called, ordered, or drafted into the armed forces".

 

The NCSDM participated in operations for Hurricane Hugo in 1989 and members filled in for National Guard troops while they were deployed for the Persian Gulf War 1990–91. Other actions were during coastal storms and an outbreak of tornadoes in King, North Carolina.[4]

 

Joint Resolution 987 of the North Carolina General Assembly ratified 27 June 1995 honored the efforts and assistance of the members of the NCSDM and expressed its appreciation for the service that the members rendered to their respective communities, counties, and to the State of North Carolina.[4]

 

Activities of the NCSDM were temporarily suspended in April 1996 by the North Carolina Adjutant General. This suspension was due to a Workman Compensation claim, and a review of the Workman Compensation laws regarding the North Carolina State Defense Militia. [5] This temporary suspension is still in effect.

 

 


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....elect hillary clinton as president would probably do it...

 

really tho, the information is the official state militia there are many militias in this state check the region out in the link directory


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not seeing one for NC we are adding more eveyday if you find one add it if not check back


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....elect hillary clinton as president would probably do it...

 

really tho, the information is the official state militia there are many militias in this state check the region out in the link directory

Fixer; am aware of a State of NC group, introduced to our small group as NCCM, or NC Constitutional Militia. We attempted to integrate with them, going as far as meeting the CO and his XO, discussing some of the goals of the organization, and reciting the oath of office. No further communication has transpired since last year, and our group has all but dissolved. There are other, "unofficial" groups in the area whose members are ex-military, of varying ages and skill sets, one group of whom is very dedicated. It is this group we are hoping to integrate with. Would really like to know who else is around here, who has which flank, and who is watching who's six. Hoping this group can help provide some much needed information and support. Probably will piss somebody off posting this but, frankly, shit is getting too real, too fast, for me to give too much of a damn.

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Hey Dan , not real sure who or how far back that you talked to . But there is a very active NCCM group in Wake County . There have been some that have come and gone and we know that . Please contact me I will glad to meet you and talk . Thanks Sandman

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North Carolina Official State Website

NC.gov is the official website of the State of North Carolina. Get access to all state agencies, learn about North Carolina, about NC state government, and about how to start a business here.

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Retired USMC Marine 20 years Artillery Platoon Sgt. off and on for 15 years. Combat Gulf war helped capture 4 Iraqies. Was Weapons Platoon Sgt. for RSC (Rifle Security Company) Windward from 1997-1998 Marine Barracks GITMO.

Like to join an active unit to train and brush the rust off of my old skills. America is my heart and soul would gladly give my life to protect her.

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