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    As a citizen of the United States, you are a member of the Constitutionally guaranteed unorganized militia. 

    Everything you have heard about militias from the media is likely wrong. Main stream news has primarily reported on the negative stereotypes and criminal activity of groups that have nothing to do with militia. The true militia has exactly the opposite purpose; to uphold the law and the Constitution.  

    We are a growing community of Americans that believe that the supreme laws of our Constitution must be diligently protected and upheld. Fostering the lawful rebirth of State militia is a crucial step in preserving the Republic. 


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About This Militia

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.

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  2. Got a great deal. An ODA SF Team I was attached to, kitted me out with equipment and then didn’t want it back. Too much paperwork for them to take it back. Uhh ok ROGER-WILCO, time to Charlie Oscar Mike.
  3. This is a great book to teach the exam. Look into ARRL for a local testing site. Sometimes the Volunteer Examiner(s) will conduct a class over the weekend with the exam following immediately after. Get a license and operate your radio legally.
  4. I have an 8w BF-F8HP. It’s a lot like the UV-5R but a little better. Better optional battery, rubber sleeve and excetra. It’s not an MBITR or a Motorola P25 XTS 5000R, so the expectation is to care for it like not low crawling on it. I have several XTS 5000/3000 radios and they can take a beating. Commo is an important investment in your kit. A good set of unit communication equipment does well to reduce the fog of war. I have an Amateur Radio Technicians License KN4MBZ, and I’ve been looking into radio transmission capabilities for some time now. Understanding and identifying problems with your communication situation is the first step in solving the solution. These little Baofeng are affordable and reasonably powerful for their size. I would suggest the UV-9R 18w model, for its power to weight/size ratio. It is relatively easy to set up two of these as a repeater station.
  5. Megatron

    BAOFENG UV-5R

    I had bad experiences with them. They make good trainers but poor field radios.
  6. Get a Ham Radio License. It’s easy and it’s legal.
  7. Nice setup how much was the helmet?
  8. Use the NineLine report, it works.
  9. Keep it light!
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