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Area code militias formed in 2020 and are coordinated and commanded by members within the locale. They are independent and not directed by a national command and are forbidden to operate beyond state lines. These militias are not intended to replace local units but too instead supplement them by identifying "points of contact" across the United States to establish and enhance area militia units. The leaders of the First Regiments will take the members in under their Unit, point members to already established units in their area or help them organize. These leaders will be people in good standing on the site and in their communities and must not possess any sort of blind aggression or delusions of grandeur. They must be aligned with the My Militia sites overall standards and mission.

  1. What's new in this militia
  2. Anyone who is interested in doing the zello app send me a message with your user name after installing I I will set up a chat room and send invites.
  3. We have been giving it some thought about getting Tennessee on Zello. That way we can have conversations across the state and get us all on the same page. It would give us all an open channel that we can speak to each other and maybe even conduct a once a week meeting. Open to any and all comments and thoughts.
  4. There is a new option added to the group. It is Open Forum. It is designed to allow everyone to have an open chat instead of having to create a new topic every single time. The Topics can now be used for mission critical information and discussions.
  5. Where are all the Tennessee Patriots? What is it going to take to wake you folks up? I am becoming disappointed in the Volunteer State. Let's get active on here.
  6. Rgr That. It would be nice to have someone in the group to stir the pot and get the troops moving. I am working with another Admin to get a list of all groups that are across the state. The time is not to get everyone on the same page. Time is running out. I would like to see everyone active by Sept. HOOAH Brother
  7. Thanks TOP! I saw on the map there are a bunch of people registered here up in the Clarksville area, ill try to reach out and see what they are up to.
  8. Nice to see some activity in here. I am working on opening up COMMS with groups across the state of Tn, and getting more groups active in their area codes. Retired Police Officer here. Currently 1st SGT Tn. 19th Infantry, 1st Div. A Co. I am also currently Commander for the state. I am looking to get groups going so I can get other leaders active and assign Area Code Militia groups accordingly. Havoc45 thank you for your service and dedication, Sir. HOOAH
  9. Good evening everyone! My name is Chris Ray, I'm looking for an organization and this one has some recent traffic on its board. A little about me, prior Navy, currently retiring from Active Army, spent time in XVIII Corps, 82nd, 101st, 8 years with 5th Group, and i am finishing up 4 years as an AIT Instructor (Rigger) up here at Fort Lee. Im headed back to Clarksville at the end of the month. I have plenty to bring to the table as far as knowledge and experience, I have spent a great deal of time in the assistance of training people with little to no soldier skills. I also have a farm where I shoot regularly, where BRM/BPM can be taught. I have no issues with COMPETENT Authority. I am a collaborative leader, having spent the majority of my time training in SUT with infantry/rangers/SF etc. I am not the best at one thing but I'm pretty good at alot of things. I'm hoping to be an asset to this team, and I'm hoping we can make something great out of this.
  10. Good Morning Patriots Due to the lack of activity from Members and owner of this Militia group I am going to be taking Command temporarily. We need to get active with COMMS for all groups across the State. The time is swiftly approaching for us to take a stand and put our training to work. As I see more and more Patriots stepping up to open the lines of Communications I will decide who will take ownership of the Area Code Militia. HOOAH 1st SGT Urban 19th Tennessee Infantry 1st Div. A Co.
  11. Afternoon Troops. Where are all the active volunteers in this Militia Group? Let's see some more activity here. HOOAH! 1st SGT 19th Tennessee Infantry, 1st Div. A Co.
  12. Good Morning Tennessee Patriots. I am in need of the owner of this group to please contact me. HOOAH
  13. Good Morning Tennessee Volunteers. Now is the time to step up. Things are changing very quickly in our country. Now is the time to put down the keyboards and get out to train. We can no longer wait to see what happens. It is happening right now. You need to do whatever it takes to get active. Tennessee did it before, we can do it again. Here is a brief history, that will show you who we are. The Tennessee State Militia traces its origins to the American Revolution. During the Battle of King’s Mountain, approximately four hundred volunteers from the area known today as Tennessee crossed the mountains into North Carolina to fight against the British Army and Loyalist militias. They contributed significantly to the Patriot victory. Tennessee militias served in battle again in the War of 1812 under Andrew Jackson. After fighting and winning the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (1814), they served with distinction in the Battle of New Orleans alongside other state militias, federal soldiers, local volunteers, slaves, and pirates against the British Army. During the Mexican-American War, the nickname “The Volunteer State” became associated with Tennessee. When asked by President Polk to provide two infantry regiments and one cavalry regiment, Tennessee provided approximately ten times that number of volunteers. During the American Civil War, the Confederacy took advantage of the many state-based militias to fight their war. Tennessee’s location on the border of Kentucky, which was a Union state, and the strategic hub of Memphis, Tennessee made the residents of Tennessee in constant need of forces to protect them from Union incursions. Tennessee volunteer militia units served in many battles of the Civil War, notably the Battle of Shiloh in which the 4th Tennessee Infantry served with distinction and lost nearly half of its members. The Tennessee State Militia traces its origins to the American Revolution. During the Battle of King’s Mountain, approximately four hundred volunteers from the area known today as Tennessee crossed the mountains into North Carolina to fight against the British Army and Loyalist militias. They contributed significantly to the Patriot victory. Tennessee militias served in battle again in the War of 1812 under Andrew Jackson. After fighting and winning the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (1814), they served with distinction in the Battle of New Orleans alongside other state militias, federal soldiers, local volunteers, slaves, and pirates against the British Army. During the Mexican-American War, the nickname “The Volunteer State” became associated with Tennessee. When asked by President Polk to provide two infantry regiments and one cavalry regiment, Tennessee provided approximately ten times that number of volunteers. During the American Civil War, the Confederacy took advantage of the many state-based militias to fight their war. Tennessee’s location on the border of Kentucky, which was a Union state, and the strategic hub of Memphis, Tennessee made the residents of Tennessee in constant need of forces to protect them from Union incursions. Tennessee volunteer militia units served in many battles of the Civil War, notably the Battle of Shiloh in which the 4th Tennessee Infantry served with distinction and lost nearly half of its members.
  14. I am not sure that the area code covers such a large area that we need to go down to sub-zones, just yet. However we do have members in the group who are in completely different area codes. Those individuals either need to pin the city they live in or a fairly close one. If they really are in those other zones they need to leave this group and join the group closest to them, no harm no foul. If they are like me, and don't want to change their phone number (mine is based out of Arizona), that is fine. But we need to know about where in our area code people are living so we can get together.
  15. I agree. I think that the large area that 931 covers is unmanageable unless we have some kind of zones or something to break 931 into smaller groups.
  16. Hey all, I got it most of us are a bit private. Can you still put a pin in the city you live in, or the closest one to you? It will help us sort out where to plan get togethers, and God willing, training areas. I am not sure about all of you, but I would love for this group to go from keyboard to the wood-line.
  17. Sorry for the late post. Life has been a bit...hectic.
  18. Great , well prepared, starting to see some arrogant people though.
  19. We have food for the most part but everything brought in the night before is gone a couple hours after the stirs open... I have enough but I hate to have to break into the mre's
  20. Stuck at the house day 3. Work is not stopped but chemicals are running slow because other places are shutting down. Stores aint got crap up here, the usual crap show.
  21. People are being crazy by wiping out food supplies. I believe the shutdown of businesses is going to make a bad situation worse. No one but people like us were prepared for anything psychologically or otherwise. I hope this does not last long.
  22. just checking and seeing how things are going in 931
  23. @ Mac563 I think the only thing that would hinder training based on the 931 area code, is it covers A LOT of ground. I understand and I think most people in the movement do, jobs take over and being able to travel around the 931 area may not be possible. I think if that happens it would have to be a case by case system. I don't know that, everyone may be able to, I know I drive 600 miles a day so going around 931 isn't a deal, but some people will complain about 20 miles. I have personally heard people say they won't get into long range shooting because the local range is 20 miles away. In the end, it all comes down to what the group mission is going to be, how we are going to run, and how it will all come together.
  24. Hi VikingPagan94, Welcome to the group. You are right about needing to meet in a neutral location. I am thinking some place where we can come and go without anyone really caring - like a restaurant (a large fast food place works just as well). Mainly I am wanting everyone who can to come. If you want to park down the road an walk in so no one knows what you drive - go for it. Same for circling the block and coming from a different direction. I know anyone can post anything on a forum, and there are people out there looking to "join" groups so they can see what everyone has and identify easy targets. Lets not forget the keyboard warriors, like you mentioned that will be full of ideas, but unless it is a "fun" training day - they are busy. Once we meet each other a time or two and establish training areas those people will become apparent and either removed or they will remove themselves. The key it to link up and start to know each other. One thing I am noticing is there are a couple of members to this group, 931, who appear to live in a different zip code. If you truly live in the other zip codes it might be a good idea to join those groups. I am saying this only because both training events and localized events (natural disasters, travel limitations, things like that) will be out of your local areas, so you will be less inclined to leave your loved ones and go 2+ hours away. I could of course be wrong. You are more than welcome to stay - I wont kick any out who are active contributors to the group. If you do live in the 931 area, but don't want you address known just pick a city or town close to you, make up a street name (I don't care about knowing your exact location but a 10 - 15 mile area would be nice).
  25. Clarksville here, I drive semi trucks but home everyday. What we gain is either the aspect of a team shall manure hit the ventilator, skills that other people know and we don't. If we are setting it up, then a public area would be the best place to meet up, just so everyone feels alright. Meeting anyone at a range or a home is just going to set off alarms for anyone. I know thats not the idea of the first meet up but ya never know what people want to do. I think if someone can't get over the leadership situation then they have no reason to be with whatever group they are in. Deal with it and sit down, or get out is the best thing you can do when setting up a group. If someone only wants to play keyboard warrior, then why should they have any reason to join. Either they can get out and train like everyone will or they wont be down for when that day hits. Sitting at home everyday isn't going to enhance your skills, getting out and doing will. You can be booksmart but not street smart so we would have to enact either train or dont join. To many groups have failed over the past 8 years that I have seen because everyone wants to sit at home and do nothing but read or type on the keyboard.
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